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Source: Miami Herald
September 07, 2012
Common sense dictates someone should have said something long ago, not nessesarily at the time of the traffic stop(s), but immediately afterwards, as DonnaLynn stated. Hope he gets fired AND convicted for the exposures !!!!
Of course he wasn't reasonable--but people do have a rational fear of being mistreated particularly when the behavior of the one with the badge steps over the line. I'm not saying everybody should comply with these bags of meat, only that it's rational to be fearful of repercussions if you attempt to exercise your rights in those situations.
My opinion is that any reasonable request should be met. Who the heck thinks the requests made by a "trusted" person such as this idiot in a LEO uniform was reasonable? No one who is sober and of rational mind, that's who! We all know these people could have dialed 911 and requested a supervisor or refused and see this lazy POS walk away. I am glad he is gone and hope he stays incarcerated because IMO he was escalating (unzipping his pants? WTH?)
No words.. bad for the badge, etc.
POS! Bump D!
99.9 % of Law Enforcement are trustworthy!
The .1% that are not will get caught as was the case here.
As shown in the posts on here LE officers do not accept or tolerate actions like from this POS...
mz66 and thes guys rely on that. A long prison term should be in order. Based on the crimes maybe also he can register as a sex offender.
We are conditioned to trust law enforcement. At the same time, when an unreasonable request is made, we also come to a reasonable conclusion: if we do not comply, this black eye on LE is capable of more ominous actions such as planting evidence, falsifying reports, etcetera. Even if you trust that this POS will eventually get caught, we are hard pressed to volunteer to be the test case.
I will never understand why anyone would comply with those "requests" from this POS.
What a mutt.
Is there any doubt why we are not trusted and frowned upon? Of course I can't describe what I would like to happen to this person (can't bear to call him an officer).
Thanks for the black eye.
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