Perhaps dont call them when the thugs come for you
Why? Is calling the police a name against the law? Can they call me a drug dealer? Tell me I am punk. Or accuse me of a crime without any evidence? They have unlimited rights?
No I just did a search on thug resisting arrest and that's what came up
Sure you did.
I just did. There were plenty of images of white "thugs". As I thought, you're full of shit although if as I suspect your search was actually for "black thug resisting arrest" then those results would be as you represented. I'm sure to you, "thug" and "black thug" are the exact same thing.You never answered my question. Is this a paid gig for you or are you here on a freebie just to be able to spread your racist hate across a second continent?
Unlike you I dont focus on the color of a persons skin
My fucking ass you don't. I'm sure you're used to manipulating ignorant, poorly educated Trumpsters to adapt the views you want them to have and to then think they thought of it themselves. That must be pretty easy. With anyone else, you're nothing but an obvious and poorly skilled con artist.And you STILL haven't answered my question about why you have such a keen interest in American crime and law enforcement.
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No? Lol, like aren't they already powerful enough? Maybe weaker tasers...
Lol most tasers take two tries
Are they unreliable because they don't hit people in one shot or because electrical discharge or voltage is not high enough...
Both. Often it takes two or three tasers
You'd never arrest people for 1/2 the crimes we have if that was the policy.
@lawhawk84 putting people away and punishment shouldn't be the aim. we should work towards a more compassionate society. i think we should work on the causes and not the symtoms to heal the world of injustice. things being morally right and legal two different matters. you say crime and to be that dosnt mean immoral
Rehab works in some instances but not in all. If you have a drug problem and commit property crimes you could already be given a chance on probation to get help. Most just pretend they want it to avoid jail. They don't care about being clean and go right back to what they were doing.
We keep letting people out and they'll be arrested over and over for the same thing
@lawhawk84 i think its been proven that fear of prison isn't an adequate deterrent. look at portugal who decriminalised all drugs and treated offenders with compassion instead. its majorly turned round there. look at prisons in Scandinavia
Look at Sweden they just let rapists back on the streets within a month
im sure you're sensationalising and simplifying it. you're infusing it with your bias
Obviously your confusing your bias against police
fuck the police. you fucking pagan. dry cabbage fam
Resisting arrest is a crime unless we start tagging people with microchips
Not sure what race has to do with resisting arrest.
Exactly. Why only use black people in this post?
Race is not the issue
of course it is. If you type in resisting arrest on google images, a bunch of first results are whites. You actively searched out black pictures and videos.
Not everything is about race. Learn not to see color.
No. I am a color, why should i ignore it when it's so prevalent?
Again that's why you used only "Black" people.My videos even include an Indian man. Because police brutality, while it is especially an issue in the "Black" community, affects everyone.It is just that racists think they are immune to it. A police state threatens all. Because it is a means of control.
Being suspect to a crime is enough for an arrest, just because you get arrested doesn't make you guilty of a crime unless you resist arrest
Being a suspect isn't enough. If they have enough evidence to obtain a warrant, then yes. If they witnessed you doing it, then yes. In Eric Garner's case, he was being arrested on a civil complaint without a warrant, which is unlawful. Selling individual cigarettes isn't a crime.
So you are saying they should let a suspect go until they can get a warrant
Depends on the situation. If we're talking about somebody being at the scene of a crime with reasonable suspicion they committed it, then no. If we're talking about going after a suspect without enough evidence to support the suspicion, then yes. It also depends on the severity of the crime. It's all spelled out in the law. The problem is that most people (including cops) don't know the law and spout off self-serving, uninformed opinions without the education to back it up.
Not sure I could restrain him without knocking him out
that wasn't a normal choke hold
Nog a normal thug
still doesn't make it right
The suspect makes the call. Not true
Perhaps you should call your homies instead of the police
id rather have an insurance based system with a private company who is subject to market forces and whose actions will be heavily scrutinized without the protection of the badge giving them the ability to breach human rights
Lol yeah because you want a guy with less training making minimum wage to protect and serve. You been watching Mallcop again lol
Theyd b making more and would be better trained. The avg cop is a lazy piece of shit takes bribes at any turn can’t tell a plastic gun from a real one they fucking suck
thugnoun: thug; plural noun: thugs; noun: Thug1.a violent person, especially a criminal."he was attacked by a gang of thugs"Similar:ruffianhoodlumbully boybullybanditmuggergangsterterroristgunmanmurdererkillerhitmanassassinhooliganvandalYardietoughbruiserhired gunroughbovver boylager loutchavhoodienedhoodgoonroughiehooncut-throatdesperadomyrmidon2.HISTORICALa member of an organization of robbers and assassins in India. Devotees of the goddess Kali, the Thugs waylaid and strangled their victims, usually travellers, in a ritually prescribed manner. They were suppressed by the British in the 1830s.
Resisting isn't violent you are still proving my point
Resisting arrest is a criminal charge against an individual who has committed, depending on the jurisdiction, at least one of the following acts:•fleeing a police officer while being arrestedthreatening a police officer with physical violence while being arrested•physically struggling to free oneself from being restrained (handcuffed or put into the police vehicle)attacking a police officer while being arrested (also known as assault)•providing an officer with false identification (either verbally or by presentation of a false official document, i. e. a fake ID)
I know what it is. You said it was violent
Because they are being arrested
Or because the cop is drunk on power or heavily biased.
Arrest is not the problem, its what comes after. I've been arrested myself but though innocent knew not to resist and the issue was cleared up fairly quickly
Which are usually whatever it takes to get the handcuffs on
Not necessarily. It correlates with how much resisting they do
Enough that they can not be restrained and handcuffs put on them