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Re: Minnesota cops [Re: fish4bass] #13573549 05/28/20 01:18 AM
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Originally Posted by fish4bass
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Thru personal experience I've found that compliance is a sound policy. Things just go better.



All I saw was a man cuffed... set down next to a wall.... and then killed. Wonder why the police have not released their video?


All I can speak to is my personal experience.


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Re: Minnesota cops [Re: Westside.] #13573552 05/28/20 01:20 AM
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He was cuffed early on. A big man.... and not fat big. "Sir.... I cannot breathe .... Please". He was murdered.


What would "fat big" have anything to do with it?


You know full and well sir.


No I don't, what do you mean by that statement?


Big... not fat big.... large.... not fat large.. Get it sir? And one officer stood there and did nothing for eight minutes while the man was killed in broad daylight.

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Re: Minnesota cops [Re: bloo_rainger] #13573553 05/28/20 01:20 AM
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They need to make the knee to the neck thing part of hands-on police training so these guys know what it's like. A little personal experience can go a long way and possibly keep one from a murder charge. On the surface, what happened looks absolutely disgusting and a big mark on the police profession there. A lot of good officers suffer because of the action of a few.

Re: Minnesota cops [Re: bloo_rainger] #13573557 05/28/20 01:24 AM
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Bad deal, I suspect some police are headed to jail.

Re: Minnesota cops [Re: 921 Phoenix] #13573563 05/28/20 01:27 AM
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Murdering someone is an "anomaly" now.

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More AA men are murdered on a random week in Chicago than LE murders in a year.....GTFO with that nonsense



So, that makes it ok for cops to kill a handcuffed person?





well if he hadn't given them a reason to put him down hard he would still be alive. no one ever wants there to be any accountability on the person in question.

to bad he wasn't a honest citizen who didn't resist. hmmm

and the obvious answer is no, they wouldn't have anyone to kill if their weren't so many willing to break the law and resist arrest.


plain idiotic

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Originally Posted by Westside.
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He was cuffed early on. A big man.... and not fat big. "Sir.... I cannot breathe .... Please". He was murdered.


What would "fat big" have anything to do with it?

He always seems to work in a fat shame remark somewhere, he has for years.


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Re: Minnesota cops [Re: Bigbob_FTW] #13573565 05/28/20 01:27 AM
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Originally Posted by Bigbob_FTW
Thru personal experience I've found that compliance is a sound policy. Things just go better.



Regardless of what happened prior to the video, while handcuffed, he was complying. We was not resisting. I would like a really good reason why they kept him face down with a knee in his neck for over 8 minutes. I don’t care if he stabbed an officer before they took him down. If in that moment they killed him, I understand, but after being in the ground, complying? No excuse. Once he is cuffed and compliant, the force needs to stop.



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The size of the man murdered matters not, I don't understand why you think that's relevant, f4b

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Also, a knee in the neck is totally fine, in order to gain compliance. It’s the continued use after compliance is established that I have a problem with.



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Originally Posted by fishslime
They need to make the knee to the neck thing part of hands-on police training so these guys know what it's like. A little personal experience can go a long way and possibly keep one from a murder charge. On the surface, what happened looks absolutely disgusting and a big mark on the police profession there. A lot of good officers suffer because of the action of a few.


They are all trained in choking out a person. He knew exactly what he was doing. My question is the officers arms. They look like toothpicks.

Re: Minnesota cops [Re: Westside.] #13573581 05/28/20 01:39 AM
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Originally Posted by Westside.
The size of the man murdered matters not, I don't understand why you think that's relevant, f4b



It isn't to the murder. You are fish..... So you know.

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Re: Minnesota cops [Re: MBradford] #13573596 05/28/20 01:47 AM
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Murdering someone is an "anomaly" now.

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More AA men are murdered on a random week in Chicago than LE murders in a year.....GTFO with that nonsense



So, that makes it ok for cops to kill a handcuffed person?




Nope...it's a criminal act that should have consequences....happens maybe 2 dozen times a year....it's inexcusable and I want them prosecuted every time.... millions of citizens contacts annually and the failure rate is an anomaly. That's a fact. It made me sick to look at it and I'd have slapped the [censored] out of the cop on his neck, partner or not


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Re: Minnesota cops [Re: junbengreat] #13573605 05/28/20 01:55 AM
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Why is it that military have to be shot at before engaging the enemy but our police officers see anything that resembles a weapons and they shoot kill civilians. I’m thinking training needs to change.


This^^^^^^^.

By the way anyone put a knee in my neck that long they better hope i die.


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Re: Minnesota cops [Re: fish4bass] #13573609 05/28/20 01:56 AM
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Originally Posted by fish4bass
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The size of the man murdered matters not, I don't understand why you think that's relevant, f4b



It isn't to the murder. You are fish..... So you know.


No, you're just being a [censored] as usual, carry on

Re: Minnesota cops [Re: txmasterpo] #13573611 05/28/20 01:58 AM
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Originally Posted by txmasterpo
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Originally Posted by crankn101
Murdering someone is an "anomaly" now.

Cool



More AA men are murdered on a random week in Chicago than LE murders in a year.....GTFO with that nonsense



So, that makes it ok for cops to kill a handcuffed person?




Nope...it's a criminal act that should have consequences....happens maybe 2 dozen times a year....it's inexcusable and I want them prosecuted every time.... millions of citizens contacts annually and the failure rate is an anomaly. That's a fact. It made me sick to look at it and I'd have slapped the [censored] out of the cop on his neck, partner or not


I agree.... have not run into a bad officer in my entire life in Texas. I have always been rural and Irish decent. Well State trooper BD Ridley .... better known as "Redneck Ridley" in the 70's Fannin county.... He stopped me once at night and wasn't nice.... I called him Sir... let me go without a ticket. He didn't like long hair. I thought I was done.

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