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#37 - Comment deleted  [+] (27 new replies) 11/12/2014 on Fucked Up Cop -2
User avatar #60 - fpsnoob (11/12/2014) [-]
He talked with her politely and even tried to tell her where the registration could be to avoid getting a ticket. He then asked her politely to roll the window down for his safety, and instead she rolled her window all the way up and locked her doors. Then both him and the officer on the other side warned her that if she didn't open the window they would break it down. And then he once again warned her that if she rolled the window up on his hand that he would break it. Could you please explain to me at what point was the officer in the wrong?

The entire time she was uncooperative and bitchy. Having an attitude like that is automatically a red flag for a police officer. He gave her enough chances, and she kept on down the same path.
#57 - pxthreezerothree (11/12/2014) [-]
She was charged appropriately. Resisting arrest is not just violently struggling with a police officer. Refusing to exit a vehicle is resisting arrest, just like if you locked yourself in a room. I don't even understand what her problem was. This cop wasn't being overly aggressive, he was downright polite most of the way through. All he asked her to do was roll down her window all the way. He even explained it was for his safety (reaching into a vehicle is dangerous because his arm can be pinned). As soon as she refused to do that, she actually broke the law.

Pretty much every state (including Florida) has Compliance Laws, and many have special provisions for traffic stops. You must follow lawful orders and directions from police officers. At that point he had the right to arrest her. When she refused to get out of the vehicle, she resisted arrest. This gave him the legal right to reach into her car. When she rolled up the window on his arm, she actually committed battery. He had a legal reason to break the window to retract his arm. She is getting slapped with a whole bunch of charges because she wouldn't roll down the window, which is ridiculous considering she did it voluntarily the first time.

Here are some tips for a traffic stop. The cops don't know who you are. You could be Freddy McFriendly or Steve Stabbingson. So act like they do, polite but cautious. Keep your hands visible at all times and don't make sudden moves. Cops get killed when they lose track of where people's hands are or they dive for something. You'll never win an argument with a cop over a speeding ticket/traffic violation but you can bump it up to an arrest. And finally, if a cop asks you to do something and it isn't illegal, do it. You can sue him later.
#54 - darthblam (11/12/2014) [-]
That fucking shit-eating grin with "can I help you, why do I need to roll the window down? What's the citation for?" Seriously?
"No no, I won't do it.." You have now fucked up.
"I'm recording.." Good for you, but we can see the officer's side with his camera too.
"What law? Why am I being detained?" As he explains constantly.
It's like she fucking wanted this to happen. She was completely uncooperative. The officer had every reason to do what he did. Fucking fuck I hate people that cry "brutality" even though they were doing everything that calls for a cop to need to be aggressive.
I am completely infuriated by every aspect of this cunt.
And of course, because she's black, she's probably going to pull the race card claiming that the white male officer is a racist.
User avatar #53 - schneidend (11/12/2014) [-]
She was charged with a resisting an officer, who was doing his duty, and she refused to cooperate multiple times. Did you tell people to skip to 5:49 so they wouldn't see her breaking the law?
User avatar #50 - ragingbrony (11/12/2014) [-]
"skip to 5:49"

So we can miss all the build up of her being a total bitch?
Naah. She deserved the broken window and handcuffs.
User avatar #42 - failmastergerg (11/12/2014) [-]
the cop was fully within his rights to break the window. She was given clear and simple instructions and she refused to cooperate. He then clearly stated that after her refusal that she was being detained and she still refused to cooperate.
TLDR: Bitch had it coming
User avatar #47 - zenthos (11/12/2014) [-]
Is this bait or do you really think that?

If a cop says take my gun and shoot this child in the face do you do (Yes or No)?

Also, there is now law that says you have to open your window all the way.
Wake up sheeple
User avatar #64 - xxjimmyxx (11/12/2014) [-]
I don't know if you're trolling or not, but.

When you are detained (being pulled over does count) you are to comply to the officers requests unless they are against the law.

Asking to roll her window down is not against the law and is a way to protect themselves as the officer is handing a person the document how easy would it be for them to pull their arm through the window and stab them or then pull a gun?

After she refused to roll down the window (which he gave her the reason he wanted it rolled down "It's for my safety") he considered it resisting so since she didn't comply he asked her to step out of the car, again he was not breaking the law he had a reason to why he wanted her out of the car.

Again she refused rolled up the window and ignored him when she rolled it down he asked her to step out she refused so force was required. He went to unlock her door to take her out of the car she rolled the window up on his arm so he was forced to break it. it's not like he just randomly broke the window, So after refusing requests and harming the officer by rolling up the window she was pulled out and handcuffed
User avatar #65 - zenthos (11/12/2014) [-]
Dude I don't know if you are trolling.

In regards to my question "If a cop says take my gun and shoot this child in the face do you do (Yes or No)?"
Its clear that your answer is no. So you agree that you don't have to do something just because a cop tells you to.

You try and defined the cops 'orders' saying with this notion that its for officer safety?

But its broad daylight and her windows are completely see through? So why did he have to have her roll the window down all the way? Why did he make a big deal over it? Couldn't the cop have just given her the ID back had said "sign this ticket" and drive off?

But noooooo he had to be a jerk to someone who was clearly distressed and smash her window out and cutting himself and then say its somehow its all her fault?

So tell me, how is it for officer safety in broad daylight with a car that's windows are completely see through that the window must be rolled down all the way?

Is to so when cops decide to club you they don't get glass on their hands?

For real tell me how is it for officer safety in broad daylight with a car that's windows are completely see through that the window must be rolled down all the way?
#68 - darthblam (11/12/2014) [-]
Your ignorance of the police and how people behave is astounding.

For one, traffic stops are much more dangerous for an officer than you think.
User avatar #66 - xxjimmyxx (11/12/2014) [-]
Simply because it is daylight and her windows are clear, doesn't mean he can see everything inside the car, she could still have grabbed him and stabbed or shot him if she had a gun he couldn't see. Having the window all the way open gives better access to her just incase. (and I'm sure this has happened not gonna bother looking for any evidence as what I've stated is an example)

and he made a request, an easy one. "please roll down your window ma'am" he did not say it in anger he did simply asked nicely, yet she refused and later rolled up the window and ignored him, which is resisting and against the law.

Also to the "If a cop says take my gun and shoot this child" I stated above in my last comment "When you are detained (being pulled over does count) you are to comply to the officers requests unless they are against the law." Shooting a child is against the law, rolling down the window of your car is not.

User avatar #70 - zenthos (11/12/2014) [-]
Really, even in broad daylight and her car windows being completely see through means that, her see through window must be fully down? Because he could not see whats in the car so having a see through window rolled down all the way will let him see whats in the car?

Just because a cop makes a "simple request" does not mean that you have to do it.

The point of the my question "If a cop says take my gun and shoot this child in the face do you do (Yes or No)?" was to show there are limits of "cooperating" just because a person with a bag says to do something.

So in regards to:
"When you are detained (being pulled over does count) you are to comply to the officers requests unless they are against the law.

So what if the cop said "put one finger in your vag and one in your butt and jump up and down". Its not against the law to in that there is not law specifically referring to that and it would be her choice to refuse. So if she refused this request she should go to jail for not cooperating with the officer? Is that what you really mean to tell me?
User avatar #72 - xxjimmyxx (11/12/2014) [-]
Ok, retard. Let me take you through this real slow.

First, if you read what I said, but obviously you're a little special so I'm not blaming you "Having the window all the way open gives better access to her just incase" is what I said, it doesn't give him better sight inside the car but if she grabs him or pulls something on him he can more easily fight back if needed because the window is not in his way.

Next, while detained, right? Like when you get pulled over. You have to comply to the officers requests such as rolling down your window, not requests like sticking fingers up your ass and vag which violates your rights, and therefore is not legal. Still following?

So saying no to one of those request (rolling down the window) and saying no to the other request (sticking your finger up your ass) are different as one is a legal request and the other is an illegal request.

Now you remember when your mommy told you that you're special? She didn't mean it in a good way you might wanna check with her if you got dropped on your head when you were little or maybe drank cleaning products, it would explain a lot.
#74 - zenthos (11/12/2014) [-]
Wow, your getting mean now? Classic ad hominem...

Hum... So it went from officer safety
"Asking to roll her window down is not against the law and is a way to protect themselves as the officer is handing a person the document how easy would it be for them to pull their arm through the window and stab them or then pull a gun?"

To
"Having the window all the way open gives better access to her just incase"

So are they not the same points?
So you mean to tell me its safer for the officer to have someones completely see through window down all the way in broad daylight because having the window down all the way prevents the person from pulling the officers arm through the window, and having the window down all the way prevents someone from stabbing the officer, and having the window down all the way prevents someone from pulling a gun?

Hum... So you are telling me that having a completely see through window in broad daylight rolled up means that a person can pull a officers arm in, when a window is rolled up a person could stab a officer, and when the window is rolled up the person could shoot the officer?

Really? Is that really the case?



User avatar #75 - xxjimmyxx (11/12/2014) [-]
You're a troll grabbing small parts of what im saying because I explain the same point in the rest of the sentence have fun being a troll, hope you get pulled over and act like you think you should. maybe i'll see it on the internet and I can laugh at you for being dumb

I am no longer replying to you as I have now deemed you a troll and not a retard.
#76 - zenthos (11/12/2014) [-]
Wow, I love how you just back out and call someone a troll because you even know that what you are saying is horse shit.

You can't even defend it because its just do what I say or I beat you up.

Hahaha enjoy sheep life.
User avatar #77 - xxjimmyxx (11/12/2014) [-]
Ok, I lied I will reply one last time, despite you being a troll I have provided the evidence I even gave you the law and you still say I'm wrong you make outrageous comparisons that make no sense and you're just trying to get a reaction.

Good day sir.
User avatar #78 - zenthos (11/12/2014) [-]
I love how people can't handle discussions when they don't like where its going and just bail out and call the other person a troll. Also I thought I was talking to two different people where the sloth pic is, I thought it was a reply from failmastergerg. My bad.

Yes you did provide a florida case. But you still can't justify the "officer safety" part and it just does not hold up and you can't even defend it.

So in regards to
“Lawful valid police order...”
“Whoever shall obstruct or oppose any such officer... in the execution of legal process or in the lawful execution of any legal duty... shall be guilty of a misdemeanor of the first degree.”

How is rolling your cars see through window down all the way in broad daylight a valid police order? What is a valid police order? And in what why does not rolling down a see through window down all the way in broad daylight obstruct or oppose the execution of anything that happened in that video?

And you know when it comes to this distressed woman couldn't the cop have just given her the ID back had said "sign this ticket" and drive off?
User avatar #79 - xxjimmyxx (11/12/2014) [-]
I already defended it, and a valid police order would be an officer's order that is lawful rolling down the window is lawful.

I have given you a reason as to why he wanted it rolled down her being "distressed" doesn't exempt her from the law.
User avatar #80 - zenthos (11/12/2014) [-]
So wait, its just a valid order that is lawful?

So you really mean to tell me its safer for the officer to have someones completely see through window rolled down all the way in broad daylight because having the window down all the way prevents the person from pulling the officers arm through the window, and having the window down all the way prevents someone from stabbing the officer, and having the window down all the way prevents someone from pulling a gun?

And you are telling me that having a completely see through window in broad daylight rolled up means that a person can pull a officers arm in, when a window is rolled up a person could stab a officer, and when the window is rolled up the person could shoot the officer?

That is 100% valid?
User avatar #49 - failmastergerg (11/12/2014) [-]
If a private citizen can own rifles then what keeps them from having the right to own a fully armed M1A2 Abrams? That is the logic you just used. He asked her to roll down her window and cooperate, not murder a child.
User avatar #67 - zenthos (11/12/2014) [-]
Lol, missing the point and countering it with a counting it not really relevant. Classic strawman .


The point was, just because a cop tells you to do something does not mean that you have to do it. The question was to show there are limits of "cooperating" just because a person with a bag says to do something.
Why should she have to row her window down all the way?
#69 - xxjimmyxx (11/12/2014) [-]
"just because a cop tells you to do something does not mean that you have to do it."

Actually while being detained you do as long as what they ask you to do is not against the law.

You're either a troll or an idiot.
#71 - zenthos (11/12/2014) [-]
Oh please tell me where it says that if pulled over you have to do every thing a cop tells you to. Please tell me, cause I would like to know.
#41 - thegrimgenius (11/12/2014) [-]
I've seen this, this bitch tries to close the window on his fingers, doesn't follow obvious and justified orders (papers please), and to top it all off, she plays the race and gender card.
#39 - fefe (11/12/2014) [-]
she deserved it
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User avatar #97 - oodlesandoodles (05/13/2014) [-]
"This can't possibly backfire in any conceivable way. Besides...dynamite you guys!"

- Florence, Oregon
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#206 - fefe (03/21/2013) [-]
they just regret their decision and trying to blame everything on the guy if it was a girl who done the same thing they will just keep quiet and carry on living but if it was a guy they will take advantage of him
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