Posted by wisbaker on November 15, 2012 at 19:19:37 from (184.108.40.206):
In Reply to: Sad posted by Nancy Howell on November 15, 2012 at 12:52:50:
I used to have respect for the police, but then I took a job with the county and had to put up with their unionized crybaby tactics and leadership that kisses their overpaid unionized backsides to get their endorsement so he can get re-elected. The cop mantra if you want something lie, if challenged pull out your big union card and poop all over the person that challenged you and don't worry your cop buddies will lie to cover your back side. It's no wonder our county leads the state and nation for unsolved murders per capita. Someone drives across the law center law, tearing it all to heck, in front of a video camera and they can't solve it. Why- it hould be easy was a black Crown Vic with official tags, there is only 22 of those in the county, all owned by the same organization. Gee wonder who drives those? They're almost as bad as the USAF SPS (Security Police Squadron, A.K.A the stupid people squadron) don't get me going about the stuff they'd try to pull on me. Although it was fun when I had a special logistics missions to support and our out of town guests would make it clear that 1- the SPS is going to follow the rules and 2- deadly force was authorized and they had no qualms about shooting any SPs that were out of line. and 3- Anytime they have had to fire on a SP we usually got new cop and CSG commanders within 24 hours. It's precious to see the look on their little SP faces when they're looking down the barrel of a Gau-5 and told to drop their weapon and move away from the truck. It really messes with them when they find out they're not in control. It's even funnier when we find out the shift commanders that attended mission pre-brief weren't the ones scheduled to work the mission.
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