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#61 - what happened to equipping officers with shockers to deal with…  [+] (8 replies) 07/21/2016 on Anon explains police procedure +3
#66 - kalaark (07/21/2016) [-]
Completely unnecessary, and a huge waste of money overall.
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#85 - therealtjthemedic (07/21/2016) [-]
>hurr durr money is worth more than some dumbfuck's life
#90 - kalaark (07/21/2016) [-]
Gotta pay for the tasers, then pay for the jailtime and everything that goes along with that. What is his life worth? Spending some time in jail, then time out of jail either doing the same things over again at worst, or barely scraping by at best.

I cna understand making a mistake or being stupid. Grabbing a cops gun and wrestling them is not merely making a mistake or being a little stupid. There's no way to confuse what you're doing there. This is xheaper and simpler.
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#127 - therealtjthemedic (07/22/2016) [-]
You can't kill a guy because it's cheap.
Would you accept being shot by a cop for no reason because it's cheaper for them to not check if you're doing anything wrong?
Like, really, man, it's a fucking human life, not a monetary asset. Get a grip.
#128 - kalaark (07/22/2016) [-]
He wasn't shot randomly. The man grabbed a cops gun and wrestled the cop, when he was told not to move and remain compliant. There are methods to discern whether or not a person is doing wrong and courts to convict the man or not. He decided not to comply and go that route, and instead ended with violence.

The victim/potential criminal chose to conduct himself violently, so the cops ended it violently. I'm not sure why it needs to be more complicated than that.
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#129 - therealtjthemedic (07/22/2016) [-]
And? That's not the point at hand. The point at hand was that you said that equipping officers with non-lethal weapons was a waste of money, and that you imply that human lives can have definite dollar values attached to them.
#130 - kalaark (07/22/2016) [-]
I believe them to be unnecessary. Clearly shooting anyone who isn't compliant is wrong, as there are ways to restrain them. Shooting should be a last resort. But if a taser/stun gun is really necessary... I'm not putting a monetary value on human lives, but I am putting a moral value on them. Men are judged based on their actions. If this is how they act, this will be how they're judged. Violence is met with violence. He was vioent towards the law and the people enforcing the law, and to be not only told to get off the bus but to react like that towards the police as well, most likely violent towards other citizens. I believe people can forfeit their right to life. Maybe it shouldn't be that easy to do, but if you drive with your eyes closed and die, you'll garner no sympathy from me. Why should it be any different with a man who wrestles a cop for their gun?
#68 - anon (07/21/2016) [-]
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**anonymous rolled image** YEAH BABY SHOOT THEM ALL
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