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#107 - mr skeltal (01/14/2014) [-]
I just watched his death video. Man, that is just so fucked up, hearing a grown man cry out for his father as five police men are on top of a man that can't be over 160 pounds. Just so pathetic.
If there was ever a video to make someone upset, that would be the perfect video to watch.
#70 - scotlandhome (01/14/2014) [-]
Officers can search people if there is reasonable suspicion that they may have a weapon, drugs, etc. You may think that it's for "no reason" but there's a greater reason called safety. We're out of the political and military eras of policing, and we've been in the community era since at least the 80's. It's a service style of policing that encompasses helping out any individual, homeless, poor, rich, white, black, and focusing on service rather than being a watchman.
You need to realize that every system has failures. The Rotten Apple theory explains this; "...that deviant police officers brought their undesirable traits into the policing profession when they were hired; under this theory, the solution to police misconduct is to improve the psychological screening of police officers so that the "rotten apples" are excluded from the rest." And that screening has been drastically intensified, and shit people manage to slip through.
There's shitty people in any occupation. And as for covering for one another, that again, happens in any occupation. CEO's will cover for a CFO, a governor will cover for a mayor, a fry flipper will cover for a burger griller. I'm not denying that shitty things happen in my future line of work, but look at the bigger picture of our country.
#78 - certifiedidiot (01/14/2014) [-]
"I smell weed" "You're black and wore a hoodie" "You're black" "You don't speak our native language" "You're wearing a turban" "You're a muslim"
Look at dem juicy causes for reasonable suspicion
I love the big city but if everyone is going to have to start getting random searches constantly I'd fucking rather live in a small town than deal with that shit
Also, you can't leave random searches like that up for shit, it's just an excuse to search some people the cops have a "gut" feeling on
Search none or all.
#190 - scotlandhome (01/14/2014) [-]
Smelling weed, because it's illegal in most states is actually enough probable cause to search a vehicle or a person. Weather you like it or not, week is still illegal. Terry V Ohio (1968) found in favor for the officers because if an officer (even a civilian can see things like this) has suspicion that a man may look dangerous, be dangerous, or have any intent to commit, he can be subjected to a simple pat down search. Also, you forfeit your 4th amendment rights the moment you step into an airport, and at the instance we stop giving pat downs at the airport in this day of age, is the minute millions stop using air travel. Imagine if we didnt search people at the border. Imagine if we didnt search those who seem suspicious, and end up committing a violent crime. Also, the distinct smell of a meth lab is enough probable cause to enter a house because it is an immediate danger to everyone. We literally have to pass a "smell test" for this. Say you're at a concert, and some dude looks sketcky as fuck and his eyes are darting back and forth with a large backpack on, you're not going to be suspicious of this man? It's human nature to yearn for knowledge, basically curiosity. An officer searches him and finds pills, an illegal weapon, he is detained. If nothing is found on him after the search, maybe the dude is just weird as shit. Oh well, move on with your life. Know that they are there for your safety, and think about that the next time you see someone getting a pat down.
#207 - certifiedidiot (01/14/2014) [-]
More that there is no way to prove or disprove a smell on the scene, regardless of it being legal or not.
And searching people that look suspicious is fucking bullshit when it's based on stereotypes and etc, I'd feel safe and okay if they searched EVERYONE at the border and airports and etc, because that I can rely on to get fucking results, but that would make shit unbearable
Search the fucking average looking white dude with his wife and three children, search the fucking children and the wife, just lube up that fist and shove it up the wifes vagina and check her too.
Random - Luck = Fuck all security.
#298 - scotlandhome (01/15/2014) [-]
Your user name, ignorance to how our system really works, and your language is working against you my friend. A huge majority of working Police Officer uphold the law in a way that benefits the greater good and today's society. I think you've more than likely had some bad experiences with police officers, like the man pictured above, and your ignorance is spewing from those instances. You have to remember, they're doing their job, whether you like it or not. There are laws for people and laws for "cops" that must be obeyed. You just don't understand how intricate and detailed everyone's rules are, and I guess what I'm telling you isn't making sense to a certifiedidiot.
#49 - Crusader (01/14/2014) [-]
"It is their duty to protect and serve at all costs"
No it's not, their duty is to uphold the law and maintain greater peace.
And I have never heard of anyone being stopped and searched with absolutely no reason, and any time that an officer entered a home without a warrant, I'm fairly sure that it was because they were in the middle of apprehending an individual.
As for Kelly Thomas, none of those officers are on the force anymore, the judges all thought they were guilty, they were found not guilty by the jury, meaning that it's their fault, it's not like the police department went "well, they were found guilty, but let's keep them on the force"
#71 - wishingwell (01/14/2014) [-]
In Denmark that happened fairly often tho (being searched for reason - NOT entering a home without warrent).
Happened to me almost every day, before and after highschool, after they introduced the 'visitation zones', where policemen can search a person and his belongings without a reason.
It almost never happened with my classmates, but that might be because im a brown-skinned, mixed raced, black-haired individual. Got late to tons of classes, but my teachers was very understading, as it also happened on our way to field trips (one guy from a class above mine, got his cake-knife taken from him and was charged with having a knife - even tho he had the empty cake-box, with the knife inside along with the crumbs).
But i know that it happens other places (entering without a warrant) - like in LA. Cracked.com even made an article about it, since one of the writers (Soren) was woken up by them banging on his door, opened it, was put on the ground etc. (he said they're not too keen on sarcasm in situations like that) because another place in LA had troubles with domestic violence.
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