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A Baptism party?
A noise call during the day, when people can run their lawnmowers, house construction, and generally make what noise they want? Oh, lawnmowers are allowed because people want to be able to mow their own lawn. Funny how noise works not by volume, but by the type of noise.
Charged with public intoxication for being drunk in your own backyard, which is not public? WTF?
Tasing a pregnant woman? Tasing a man who is not under arrest?
Tasers are not substitutions for shooting someone to death, like they said they would be when they were deployed. They are torture devices for compliance and contempt of cop. Or if a person is deaf, or speaks another language -- they are punishment for not immediately being able to understand orders given to you.
It's not like being drunk is illegal.
This link recently saved by clintjcl on November 27, 2008
She was a season ticket holder who had her seat stolen from her, so she sat somewhere else. Surely all of the combined police force here can move a 54-year-old lady without having to taser her to the point where they have to put her in a wheelchair?
I'm sure this will be found to be justified, though. And the cops lied by saying she was sitting in an aisle. 24 eyewitnesses have signed a petition protesting the police's behavior.
Pain ray compliance: Once thought to be science fiction, it became reality much faster than anyone could have predicted.
And as always -- funny how the video is being kept under wraps. Personally, I think it should become public record in cases like these. (At the very least, after the fact.)
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Uh... This is kind of funny to me. Not the financial exploitation, but the forced crack smoking. Not that I would choose this to happen to somebody, but as news goes -- this is funny compared to the normal bad news of the day.
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