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    Quote Originally Posted by tricolordad View Post
    You remind me of that gay dude on My Name Is Earl who calls the cops and bakes them cookies. Fluffer.
    You remind me of the white trash who milk welfare and other tax-payer funded government programs and then complain about the government as they sit on their ass on forums like this all day everyday. Get a life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deserteagle View Post
    It really is pathetic how you start a thread about an incident that involves police catching a criminal. You scream and cry about our rights "being taken away" any time a criminal gets caught, even when the police have a warrant. Give me a break.
    BzZzZzZZ! Wrong!!!

    As an Honorably Discharged Military Police Officer I am one of the first people to stand up and applaud when the majority of decent cops do a good job. Unfortunately we don't get too many of those stories in the media nowadays do we?

    However...I am also going to be one of the first people to cry foul whenever the few 'bad apples' that tarnish the badge and all that it represent's are caught red handed breaking the laws of our nation.

    Not every citizen is a criminal, just like not every cop is a criminal sir.

    P.s.

    If you don't think that there's something wrong with 'forced catheterization' on a citizen, then why don't you kindly volunteer your genitals to be forced to go through that very painful procedure just to see how it feels.

    Now pleeease...Give 'me' a break sir.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deserteagle View Post
    You remind me of the white trash who milk welfare and other tax-payer funded government programs and then complain about the government as they sit on their ass on forums like this all day everyday. Get a life.
    lol you sure get riled up fast.

    The cops were wrong. Do they have to stick a catheter up your tiny little wangdong for you to realize what they did to that man?

    BTW, I'm not white. Check out my profile pic.

    Fluffer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deserteagle View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by jcreek View Post
    How exactly did you infer that my feelings were hurt? I was simply stating my opinion on your existence both on this forum and in this world. People like you are exactly why the public has such a negative imagine of LEOs. You think a little piece of tin on your chest entitles you to something over somebody who's not a cop. That sir, is pathetic.

    In addition, I assure you I am fully grown.
    I can assure you that your opinion means jack sh1t no matter how important you must feel on these forums. You clearly have some deep issues with law enforcement and anyone who supports them. So what one are you, the anti-government nut job, or the person who always wanted to be a cop but never could, or the person paying higher insurance rates? For claiming to be grown up as you insult people who disagree with you, you are pathetic.
    Funny, I don't remember making any insult, that you yourself didn't make first? That inherently makes your point null and void. Wanted to be a cop? I sure did. Then I turned down the job offer to take a job as a federally contracted security officer making twice as much and doing basically the exact same thing. I'm neither anti-cop nor anti-government, I'm anti criminal-cop and anti-corrupt government. So explain to me what exactly these deep issues I "clearly" have with law enforcement are, other than protesting their break of the the laws they are commissioned and sworn to enforce?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcreek View Post
    Then I turned down the job offer to take a job as a federally contracted security officer making twice as much and doing basically the exact same thing. I'm neither anti-cop nor anti-government, I'm anti criminal-cop and anti-corrupt government.
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    You would not need a court order, I would be glad to give you a large sample of my urine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dad45acp View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by jcreek View Post
    Then I turned down the job offer to take a job as a federally contracted security officer making twice as much and doing basically the exact same thing. I'm neither anti-cop nor anti-government, I'm anti criminal-cop and anti-corrupt government.
    Civilian sues law enforcement over very invasive/painful "Forced Catheterization"-306.jpg
    Mmm, not quite sweety. Patrol officer.

    And yet if sitting at a desk sleeping paid me twice as much as being a cop, I'd do that too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightmare45 View Post
    You would not need a court order, I would be glad to give you a large sample of my urine.
    bwaaahahahahahahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by dad45acp View Post
    Civilian sues law enforcement over very invasive/painful "Forced Catheterization"-306.jpg
    Wow....Aren't you some kind of an elitist?

    Prior to my health issues, I had been employed as a Military Police Officer (U.S. Army), a Federal Reserve Police Officer, an armed Security Officer Supervisor & an Executive Protection Agent (Bodyguard).

    I have seen many professional's within the security industry and I have also seen some lazy, unprofessional swine in the security industry.
    I have seen many professional's within the law enforcement community and I have also seen some, lazy, egotistical, unprofessional swine in the law enforcement community as well.

    Knocking down an entire profession of true 'first responders' (security officers) is both juvenile and asinine imvho.
    The underpaid and underappreciated people within the security industry truly are the the 'eyes & ears' of; law enforcement, EMS & fire dept's across this nation. In the 14 years that I worked within the security industry I cannot tell you how many people I have seen first hand being; helped, protected & sometimes even rescued because of the quick response of professional security personell.

    Please get informed and stop playing that old and tired elitist LEO card.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Outlaw View Post
    BzZzZzZZ! Wrong!!!

    As an Honorably Discharged Military Police Officer I am one of the first people to stand up and applaud when the majority of decent cops do a good job. Unfortunately we don't get too many of those stories in the media nowadays do we?

    However...I am also going to be one of the first people to cry foul whenever the few 'bad apples' that tarnish the badge and all that it represent's are caught red handed breaking the laws of our nation.

    Not every citizen is a criminal, just like not every cop is a criminal sir.

    P.s.

    If you don't think that there's something wrong with 'forced catheterization' on a citizen, then why don't you kindly volunteer your genitals to be forced to go through that very painful procedure just to see how it feels.

    Now pleeease...Give 'me' a break sir.
    Pleeease.....

    Why aren't there many stories of police in the news for doing good things? Because people like you don't care. You dont want to hear about police helping people, you want to hear about police screwing up, it furthers your anti-government agenda and makes you feel better about having a gun. It makes you feel like you need your gun more because people are getting their rights violated.

    I don't think this forced urine sample was wrong. The dumbass wanted to use drugs in his car and violate the law. Police got a warrant and did what the judge allowed them to.

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