Imagine the thought process needed to put a child in handcuffs or to even shoot one. My maternal instincts are non existent, I’m not a patient person and I’m prone to violent aggression. But even I find hurting or chaining up children to be beyond comprehension. Bet that cops tune would have changed entirely if some cunt arrested his child or shot them.
Exactly, and that guys out of prison? He would’ve been six feet under if that was my cousin
You're exemplifying the ignorance that I stated above. Watch bodycam footage on Police Activity, watch Donut Operator breakdown shootings while using objective reasonableness rather than things we only know AFTER the shooting took place that the officer had no immediate knowledge of. As for the child being shot, there's no excuse whatsoever for that, consider this, the police have no say in bail terms or prices, that's a grievance to take up with your local judges and your prosecutors office. The officers did what they are supposed to, and that's arrest him and take him to jail, what happens next is out of their control.
Yeah, agree with your own, except the evil part. There’s a lot of cops, tons, who are perhaps assholes/dickheads or at least have a certain aura around them that radiates as if they are cocky, arrogant, insensitive, etc. Honestly, I don’t even think most cops are particularly sweet or good people relative to the general population.In this manner, you’re right, it’s just a job they are doing. If anything, more time on the job can make them more disgruntled, irritated, impatient, insensitive, etc. Perhaps it’s also true that the policing profession attracts/possess a disproportionate amount of people who are power hungry, egotistical, etc. Perhaps…..
I added in evil because some cops are just evil.
Oh, for sure yeah.
Honestly, being in the military, where a super large percentage of my company/unit are police officers all over the state…. You get an idea of their personality. You overhear what they talk about and how they speak. I’m quite a introvert/quiet person. I do not like attention. I listen and observe infinitely more than i talk. I don’t want to describe specifics, but getting to observe and listen to someof the LEOs in my unit has made me quit disgusted/distasteful of who they are as people. It’s not that they’re talking about anything illegal or evil. It’s just their personality, to ME, feels putrid. But maybe that’s because I feel like I’m so different from most everyone in my unit. I’m in infantry, so the types you’ll find here are the machismo dudes, type A, extrovert, strip club lovers, loud and obnoxious, immature, etc. You know what I’m talking about. I’m the exact opposite. I’m more of a peaceful, nature-loving monk lmao. I rambled on, hopefully you’ve gained some interesting insight
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And? This proves nothing. Come talk to me when cops are brave enough to patrol the streets of Detroit at night.
I doubt the truthfulness of what you just wrote, but if it is do you really think cops do not patrol the streets of Detroit at night because they're afraid? That seems unlikelyWhat about the other jurisdictions you're leaving out? Where the crime and danger are just as high if not higher and cops patrol those beats? In other words, I do not think it has anything to do with bravery.
If they're not afraid, why are cops banned from patrolling? Surely gangs didn't impose any bans, unless being crazy with guns really does keep cops away. That speaks volumes.
Why would cops be banned?Also, Detroit is a fairly big place…. Just because you haven’t seen them patrolling, doesn’t mean they do not patrol….
That doesn't answer my question.