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Old 07-22-2015, 09:12 AM   #1
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Default lane changer PROBABLY murdered !

http://news.yahoo.com/dashcam-video-...73250136.html# pet peeves?
How about the abuse of power by policemen!

his kind of crap is so disturbing to me.
Do policemen deserve our respect and cooperation, ABSOLUTLY!

Did this woman deserve this treatment, ABSOLUTLY NOT !

that's why the police had to ALTER the arrest tape. and why the FBI is investigating her death in jail as a HOMICIDE !

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Old 07-22-2015, 09:22 AM   #2
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Here's a clue. Get out of the car when asked, instead of throwing slaps from inside the car.


Meanwhile no one cares about this dude who died in custody cause he's white.

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Old 07-22-2015, 09:24 AM   #3
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There was no reason for her to be asked to get out of the vehicle. Crazy officer has already been taken off his beat and they found that he broke a handful or rules.
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Old 07-22-2015, 09:31 AM   #4
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Why do people always feel the need to pop off at the mouth to police when they get pulled over? In most instances all you do is validate the stop in the officer's mind when you do this.

Just shut up, comply and then drive off like a bat out of hell if you want to afterwards.
Race is irrelevant in this situation, she was just stupid. You do not allow control of the situation to leave your side of the situation.
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Old 07-22-2015, 09:35 AM   #5
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Here's a clue. Get out of the car when asked, instead of throwing slaps from inside the car.


Meanwhile no one cares about this dude who died in custody cause he's white.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...c-concert.html
He screamed 'I can't breath' Somehow, I don't think we will see quite the same movement amongst the white folks.


"WHITE LIVES MATTER!!"

"I'M WHITE AND CAN'T BREATHE!!!"


Oh I get it, they were all white cops so it doesn't count.
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Old 07-22-2015, 09:36 AM   #6
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Lots of cops are pieces of ****, but it is rarely ever worth it to play the victim card in front of them

Suck it up, take your ticket or whatever and move on.

Look into appealing/legal recourse afterwards if the cop was over the line
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Why do people always feel the need to pop off at the mouth to police when they get pulled over? In most instances all you do is validate the stop in the officer's mind when you do this.

Just shut up, comply and then drive off like a bat out of hell if you want to afterwards.
Race is irrelevant in this situation, she was just stupid. You do not allow control of the situation to leave your side of the situation.
Wasn't even going to be a ticket. Just a warning.


Just put the cigarette out zip the lip and drive off after. I've been asked to step out the vehicle twice, both times I was being an ass beforehand. When I was calm no problem and drove away.
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Not sure why the police officer couldn't give her the warning and go about his day. Then she goes to jail for 3 days and hangs herself? In jail for arguing with an officer making an unlawful arrest. I hope they get to the bottom of it.
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Wasn't even going to be a ticket. Just a warning.


Just put the cigarette out zip the lip and drive off after. I've been asked to step out the vehicle twice, both times I was being an ass beforehand. When I was calm no problem and drove away.
I am simply saying, do need put yourself in that situation.
I have been stopped 3 times, gotten a ticket twice and once I was let off with a warning.
My first time being stopped, the officer was a jack ass and I mean a jack ass.
He kept me there for a long time, ran the plates and pretended to be busy doing so for 10 minutes. He was rude as hell.
I gave him my information and let him talk, got the ticket and drove off.

Now, the cop in her scenario was in the wrong. But that gives you no reason to be belligerent and confrontational. That gives them a reason to further their aggression.
Shut up, get his badge number, call his station and report him.

Once you step over a certain line, you have to realize something. Some cops are already trigger happy, others are scary and twitchy, some others have blood lust and they have a license to kill you.
Do not give them any excuse to utilize that privilege. Cops are a fraternity, if push comes to shove they will protect their own at your expense.
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Old 07-22-2015, 10:02 AM   #10
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Lots of cops are pieces of ****, but it is rarely ever worth it to play the victim card in front of them

Suck it up, take your ticket or whatever and move on.

Look into appealing/legal recourse afterwards if the cop was over the line
There you go. Common sense.
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That guy is your typical a-hole cop. No news here, same ole same ole.
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She seemed despondent towards the end of the video and I can easily believe she killed herself.
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Old 07-22-2015, 10:18 AM   #13
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Wasn't even going to be a ticket. Just a warning.


Just put the cigarette out zip the lip and drive off after. I've been asked to step out the vehicle twice, both times I was being an ass beforehand. When I was calm no problem and drove away.
I agree that the best course of action is to stay calm, but an officer can not tell you to get out of your vehicle unless they are arresting you, and you need grounds for that. The officer is completely wrong here.
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Old 07-22-2015, 10:23 AM   #14
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I agree that the best course of action is to stay calm, but an officer can not tell you to get out of your vehicle unless they are arresting you, and you need grounds for that. The officer is completely wrong here.

I don't see how that can be true.
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Old 07-22-2015, 10:30 AM   #15
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This is why cops can be on edge during a traffic stop.


Last night. Will this be national news?

http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/201...-traffic-stop/

What's the tone cops will have during traffic stops in Hayward today? Extra vigilant and rightly so?

#hislifedontmatter
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Old 07-22-2015, 10:31 AM   #16
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Wasn't even going to be a ticket. Just a warning.


Just put the cigarette out zip the lip and drive off after. I've been asked to step out the vehicle twice, both times I was being an ass beforehand. When I was calm no problem and drove away.
Ya don't sas the man you might end up dead. We just need to be more fearful of authority that is the solution. Let's all practice getting into the fetal position.
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I'm SO tired of talking about race. It seems lately that all we ever do is talk about black vs white. It's just pure exhausting. I have a message for both parties and I know some people are going to take offense to (which they will do anyways).
White people- the government, black people, and other races are not out to get you. Scared A-holes in the media are pumping this scare tactic to make it seem like one night people are going to ambush every freaking white person and put them in chains. It aint gonna happen.
Black people- You have to respect authority. You can't mouth off to police, teachers, elected officers just because you don't want to get told what to do. It's only going to make things worst. If you do what they tell you to do without causing a commotion you will either avoid danger or fight it in court (if you were treated unjust). You have to be smarter than that.
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I agree that the best course of action is to stay calm, but an officer can not tell you to get out of your vehicle unless they are arresting you, and you need grounds for that. The officer is completely wrong here.
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You must follow all lawful directions of the police officer. If he or she instructs you to exit the vehicle, you must do so. You can raise the windows and lock the doors if you wish, but you cannot refuse the exit request; attempting to do so will likely result in your being forcibly removed from the vehicle and arrested for obstruction. This would likely be enough to justify a search of the vehicle's interior, as well, depending on the circumstances.


It's stated she's had 2 DUIs. A cop can issue sobriety tests to anyone if DUIs were within 10 years. not the case here, but a reason to ask someone out of a vehicle, without imminent arrest.

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Ya don't sas the man you might end up dead. We just need to be more fearful of authority that is the solution. Let's all practice getting into the fetal position.
People have different reactions to authority. Some cry about it, some obey it, some accept and move on from it. Something tells me you dont agree with certain US authorities views, and maybe one reason you live in Baja.
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So she pretty much was getting arrested for not putting out her cigarette she was smoking in her car cause he didn't like it?
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People have different reactions to authority. Some cry about it, some obey it, some accept and move on from it. Something tells me you dont agree with certain US authorities views, and maybe one reason you live in Baja.
I was spoiled, I was raised in a free country. The USA in the 50's, 60's, and 70's
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I was spoiled, I was raised in a free country. The USA in the 50's, 60's, and 70's
I envy you there and you're right it isn't the same in today's America.

IMO better back then. Probably could sell a Trophy shirt in a store without people getting offended by it, demanding firings and pulling it off shelves.
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People have different reactions to authority. Some cry about it, some obey it, some accept and move on from it. Something tells me you dont agree with certain US authorities views, and maybe one reason you live in Baja.
You do understand I live where I live by choice.

You think the Mexican Cops are of the serve and protect frame of mind?

You are being chocked by an ever tightening police state and you don't even see it coming.
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You do understand I live where I live by choice.

You think the Mexican Cops are of the serve and protect frame of mind?

You are being chocked by an ever tightening police state and you don't even see it coming.
Yes I do. I just assume from some posts in the past that you weren't too keen on the way some things were headed up here.
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