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March 18, 2012
Again, Lying, Ladies, and Liquor, and I use the term 'Ladies' VERY loosely. Just like them being loose.
And yet, sooo many quality applicants get bypassed.......
This story made foxnews.com this morning. Great. Another black eye for LE. I never thought about the open mic restricting other calls. Thanks for pointing that out SkoolCop. So true.
I think he was yelling over the mic.,"Please show me the unemployment line".These things tend to occur when a male thinks with the wrong head.He has managed to purchase a lifetime of misery for a few moments of satisfaction.
Another career circling the bowl. The idiot factor is strong with this one.
He couldn't wait till after EOT to get some? Now how is someone gonna call for backup or central to broadcast a priority job? He made it unsafe for EVERYBODY out there on the street, whether it was 30 seconds or 15 minutes, he put cop's lives in jeopardy. Why do we still continue to eff ourselves like this? SMH (No pun intended)
lamier38345........... This type of incident does not "just happen"
What appears to "just happen" a lot is the frequency of you making comments that are not very well thought out. The radio, like many other things that technology has provided us to better do our jobs is a tool. In this case, it would appear that his actions shut down a frequency for approximately 15 minutes. His actions (ref the sex in the police car) did not just violate policy, it created an officer safety hazard forcing officers to use an alternate frequency until the mic was released and the channel cleared. He put himself in a compromising position in that I am sure he could not possibly have seen a potential threat while he was engaged in his 15 minutes of self proclaimed fame. He put other officers safety in jeopardy as well. While his mic is keyed down, he would not be able to hear another officer's call of OFFICER NEEDS HELP / SHOTS FIRED / FOOT PURSUIT, etc.
lanier38345....... please kindly refrain from making comments as they reveal the level of your ignorance.
The article didn't really mention much about the "alleged" incident other than what we already know about the radio system (on the officer and in the vehicle). Was the mic "keyed up" during the incident or what for everyone to hear? I'd need more details.
Looks like someone's decision making process is flawed. Stupid move all around, and the price he will pay is his career!
lanier38345. Are you serious.
What is next Jerry Springer. Threw his career for a few minutes of pleasure. We continue to pistol whip ourselves with stupidity. I am sure Jay Leno will have a field day on his show with this.
Lanier... your kidding, right? You have to be.. if not, you may want to go search for your missing mind, cause I think you lost it.
I see your point BigNTS . The front seat is too crowded. Would pretty much have to be the back seat?
First...Bump to all the comments about integrity.
Second...How is it even possible with all the equipment in the radio car? I have a hard enough time fitting myself in there.
Third...the article seems vague.
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