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(CBS Houston)   Off-duty cop in "fear for his life" fires weapon at suspected Walmart shoplifters speeding away, killing one but luckily missing the two small children in the car. Tag is for not knowing Walmart's new policy regarding shoplifters   (houston.cbslocal.com) divider line 673
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2012-12-09 11:27:06 AM

Digital Communist: Letting cops act as mercenaries in the private sector is a recipe for disaster, for so many reasons.


But it worked so well in Iraq!
 
2012-12-09 11:27:09 AM
BronyMedic: ButterMule: Kill cops because cops kill.

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You should take your own advice. Don't wait on others. Pick up the nearest gun and charge a police station. Be an Hero to us all.


The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is it's natural manure.

Interesting to see how often keyboard kommandoes omit the bolded word in that quotation. It's like they believe their freedom and actions should be costless to themselves.
 
2012-12-09 11:27:40 AM
If the cop splattered her blood all over the merchandise, does the cop have to pay for it? Because clearly the merchandise is much more important than a human life in these instances.
 
2012-12-09 11:27:46 AM

BronyMedic: filter: In the civilized world, this is considered murder.

A human life for a property crime? Maybe in Saudi Arabia.

Uh, what? The guy didn't shoot her for driving away with property. TFA indicates he shot her because he was being dragged by the vehicle when he tried to stop her from driving off, after she slugged him. If you drag a cop, you're probably going to get shot by him.


Was this a uniformed cop?
 
2012-12-09 11:28:43 AM

BravadoGT: One more thing--she was already on probation for shoplifting...from Walmart! As part of her probation, she wasn't even allowed to be in a Walmart...

Here's a pic of the delicate little flower...


Well that's it then. One count of being in a Wal*Mart without permission. Death penalty!
 
2012-12-09 11:28:52 AM

filter: Was this a uniformed cop?


Yeah. I've linked several articles in the thread which state he was wearing his full Sheriff's uniform, with permission from his department. There was no mistaking him for a rent-a-cop.
 
2012-12-09 11:28:58 AM
Fact: all cops are in fear for their lives, which means that they feel that their actions are justified at all times.
 
2012-12-09 11:29:05 AM

Cubicle Jockey: titwrench: She is no victim. She decided to commit a crime as soon as she carried out that crime she ceased to be a victim.

That's...that's nownot how the definition of victim works.


ftfm
 
2012-12-09 11:29:05 AM
The suspects were black which makes it a "good" kill.
 
2012-12-09 11:29:12 AM

BronyMedic: You're assuming a hell of a lot that isn't mentioned in ANY article I've seen. I've read five so far.


So.... welcome to Fark?

Actually, I would like to see where the bullet travel path(s) is. Are there bullet holes in the rear of the vehicle? Did he shoot point blank while still next to the vehicle? How many shots were fired? and so on

/awaiting followup thread
 
2012-12-09 11:30:28 AM

CreamFilling: BlackMtnMan: I'm still trying to find the dammm kids. WTF?

Presumably subby was talking about the other two shoplifters, ages 27 and 38. Not that it would surprise me if they actually did bring kids along. They would probably make you look less suspicious as a shoplifter or you might think they'd afford you a little leniency. Or maybe you just can't find a babysitter.



Or maybe they can be your mules since the children won't get arrested.
 
2012-12-09 11:30:36 AM

Wulfman: Fact: all cops are in fear for their lives, which means that they feel that their actions are justified at all times.


And everyone they encounter is a liar, drunk, druggie and a criminal.
 
2012-12-09 11:30:49 AM
This could have all been avoided if these three women didn't try to steal anything. This wasn't some law breaking that you can do accidentally, it took intent, and then they even ignored the cops that tried to stop them. There many points in this situation where they could have stopped their actions and one of them would still be alive.

Obviously they aren't keen to holding to the social contract. Their removal from society will not be detrimental to anyone.
 
2012-12-09 11:31:22 AM

Rich Cream: CreamFilling: BlackMtnMan: I'm still trying to find the dammm kids. WTF?

Presumably subby was talking about the other two shoplifters, ages 27 and 38. Not that it would surprise me if they actually did bring kids along. They would probably make you look less suspicious as a shoplifter or you might think they'd afford you a little leniency. Or maybe you just can't find a babysitter.


Or maybe they can be your mules since the children won't get arrested.


Overwatch. You equip them with some Tec9s, or some Glock 19s they hold sideways, and they can cover you while you run holding your pants up. But only if Chuck Norris is chasing you while "The Eyes of Texas Are Upon You" plays in the background.
 
2012-12-09 11:32:33 AM
Let's see -- a convicted shoplifter, in the store she was banned from... SHOPLIFTING. Runs over a cop trying to escape after stealing.

Yes, I'm going to go ahead and say that nothing of value was lost in this person being killed. Perhaps she should have followed the law and not stolen (again) Perhaps when a uniformed police officer asks you to stop you don't run him over with your car.

I don't know about you guys - but if you were being run over (and perhaps killed) you'd do everything you could to survive. Who was in the wrong first? The guy trying to do his job and stopping shop lifters... or the ghetto convicted felon?

This was a human piece of garbage who had she gotten away would just do it over and over again. (as she's already proven) It's surprising to me that there are people out there who defend and sometimes endorse this sort of behavior.

Why is it so hard to comprehend that if you lie/cheat/steal/and try to run over police officers - you pretty much deserve whatever you get. A bullet to the face means that shoplifting crime in the future goes down by 1. Society wins.

The next step in this saga is for Al Sharpton or Jesse Jackson to pop out of the woodwork and go on and on about how the kids deserve 80 billion dollars because their black mom got caught and paid the ultimate price for her crime. As a side question - I'd love to know why ghetto black people think that the fact they are black gives them the right to break the law with little to no consequence. The fact she's black only does one thing: re-enforce the stereotype. (they exist for a reason you know)

Black, white, yellow, purple - you deserve the same thing. The cop did a good job. Before anyone says "oh the poor kids" well if their mom cared about them in the slightest she'd stop spending so much money on makeup and stop stealing from Walmart.

Call me whatever you like - but I'd love to see more endings like this, after a few months when would be criminals realize: "crap I might die if I steal that DVD or rob that guy" -- crime would decrease at the same time we could purge an undesired element from the realm of the living.
 
2012-12-09 11:32:42 AM

BravadoGT: ... the officer... Cops... the cop... the cop... no one's going to give much of a second thought about blessing a shooting under those circumstances.


Let's be honest here.
 
2012-12-09 11:34:33 AM

BronyMedic: Rich Cream: By all means then, shoot her dead for petty larceny.

KellyKellyKelly: So clearly, she deserves death. Right.

The article seems to indicate she was shot because she tried to drive off and drug the guy with her, not because she stole something. Which if that's the case, IS legal grounds for using lethal force.


How come cops are the only people who get drug along with cars? I almost never hear of it happening to others. I think if the cop is responsible for escalating the situation unnecessarily, then perhaps lethal force is not called for. IDK.

However, because I am disagreeing with you, I'm not calling you a freaking moron or a boot licker. I want to be clear on that, because last time I did, I apparently hurt someones feelings and got a vacation for it. I know you wouldnt be that wussified, but someone was, and I want to make it clear that I am not disparaging you in any way, because I certainly wouldnt want some pussy whining about it.
 
2012-12-09 11:35:04 AM

Zeno-25: Newsflash: vehicular assault on a police officer is considered an attempt on an officer's life and gets people shot all the time.

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Newsflash. The woman he shot and killed was a passenger in the car. The woman he shot and killed was not the driver. The woman he shot and killed was not the one that hit him in front of Walmart. Please continue to tell me how this "cop" was so afraidfor his life that it's totes ok for him to just randomly fire off his weapon killing the passenger of a car in Walmart Parking lot.
 
2012-12-09 11:36:04 AM

Digital Communist: Letting cops act as mercenaries in the private sector is a recipe for disaster, for so many reasons.



Forget the fascism aspect of it, how about the You Didn't Train That aspect. Public money used to train a stormtrooper for Wal-Mart; the retail front end of the Chinese Communist Empire.
 
2012-12-09 11:38:32 AM

Madbassist1: How come cops are the only people who get drug along with cars? I almost never hear of it happening to others. I think if the cop is responsible for escalating the situation unnecessarily, then perhaps lethal force is not called for. IDK.


I'm pretty sure that if you had a CCW, or an Armed Security Permit, and someone was maliciously dragging you down the road or trying to run you over, then it would be a justified use of lethal force for you too.

However, in this case, he was a uniformed police officer, there with official permission of his department, attempting to detain a suspect who then escalated the situation by trying to drive off with him in the way. Were she turning and he knocked down and unable to move out of the way, she could have backed over him, and at the point he thought that was her intention, it's the same as if she put a gun in his face.

Madbassist1: However, because I am disagreeing with you, I'm not calling you a freaking moron or a boot licker. I want to be clear on that, because last time I did, I apparently hurt someones feelings and got a vacation for it. I know you wouldnt be that wussified, but someone was, and I want to make it clear that I am not disparaging you in any way, because I certainly wouldnt want some pussy whining about it.


No. You're welcome to disagree with me in some manner that does not insult my race, sexuality, or saturday morning entertainment choices. I take you seriously when you do none of the above.
 
2012-12-09 11:38:32 AM
 
2012-12-09 11:38:46 AM

Cubicle Jockey: titwrench: She is no victim. She decided to commit a crime as soon as she carried out that crime she ceased to be a victim.

That's...that's now how the definition of victim works.


Way to pull half of what I said and remove the context of the statement. I am not writing a dictionary I am pointing out that calling her a victim for being killed during the commission of a crime is insulting to anyone with even the slightest bit of intelligence. Gabrielle Gifford is a victim, the innocent people killed in the Aurora movie theater shooting are victims. Bonnie and Clyde? Not victims. Had she surrendered and been thrown in hail would you still call her a victim? It would still be the consequence of her actions. She was a criminal plain and simple and sadly someone is now less one daughter, a sister a mom whatever because she chose to commit the crime but she is no victim.
 
2012-12-09 11:38:58 AM

accelerus: Let's see -- a convicted shoplifter, in the store she was banned from... SHOPLIFTING. Runs over a cop trying to escape after stealing.

Yes, I'm going to go ahead and say that nothing of value was lost in this person being killed. Perhaps she should have followed the law and not stolen (again) Perhaps when a uniformed police officer asks you to stop you don't run him over with your car.

I don't know about you guys - but if you were being run over (and perhaps killed) you'd do everything you could to survive. Who was in the wrong first? The guy trying to do his job and stopping shop lifters... or the ghetto convicted felon?

This was a human piece of garbage who had she gotten away would just do it over and over again. (as she's already proven) It's surprising to me that there are people out there who defend and sometimes endorse this sort of behavior.

Why is it so hard to comprehend that if you lie/cheat/steal/and try to run over police officers - you pretty much deserve whatever you get. A bullet to the face means that shoplifting crime in the future goes down by 1. Society wins.

The next step in this saga is for Al Sharpton or Jesse Jackson to pop out of the woodwork and go on and on about how the kids deserve 80 billion dollars because their black mom got caught and paid the ultimate price for her crime. As a side question - I'd love to know why ghetto black people think that the fact they are black gives them the right to break the law with little to no consequence. The fact she's black only does one thing: re-enforce the stereotype. (they exist for a reason you know)

Black, white, yellow, purple - you deserve the same thing. The cop did a good job. Before anyone says "oh the poor kids" well if their mom cared about them in the slightest she'd stop spending so much money on makeup and stop stealing from Walmart.

Call me whatever you like - but I'd love to see more endings like this, after a few months when would be criminals realize: "crap I might die if I steal that DVD or rob that guy" -- crime would decrease at the same time we could purge an undesired element from the realm of the living.


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2012-12-09 11:38:59 AM

Apik0r0s: Public money used to train a stormtrooper for Wal-Mart


Whoa, he actually hit and killed someone. Obviously not a Stormtrooper.
 
2012-12-09 11:39:06 AM

BravadoGT: One more thing--she was already on probation for shoplifting...from Walmart! As part of her probation, she wasn't even allowed to be in a Walmart...

Here's a pic of the delicate little flower...

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Having a record and looking frighteningly urban to white people makes it okay that she's dead over a misdemeanor.
 
2012-12-09 11:39:49 AM

Apik0r0s: Forget the fascism aspect of it, how about the You Didn't Train That aspect. Public money used to train a stormtrooper for Wal-Mart; the retail front end of the Chinese Communist Empire.


Except that's not what goes on. The department agrees to put him there off duty, as long as the store pays for his costs. It's the same thing large churches do on Sunday to get cops directing traffic, and private schools do to get an officer on campus during the daytime.
 
2012-12-09 11:40:05 AM

Cubicle Jockey: Mr. Carpenter: Off duty cop, he's a mall cop now

He was apparently in his service uniform however.

How does that work? You are an official police officer paid by Walmart directly?


He's not a mall cop, he's a police officer. On regular duty, on overtime, on special duty at WalMart, or asleep in his bed, he's a police officer.

As for pay, I'm unfamiliar with this particular Texas county and their pay proceedures. In my city, it works this way: A local club wants a cop as security for the night, so they call the police department. The PD quotes them an hourly rate (I'd assume 1.5 x top step pay + pension costs), and then the PD assigns the overtime based on internal proceedures. The officer is paid in his regular paycheck from the city, and the city is paid by the club.
 
2012-12-09 11:41:14 AM

BronyMedic: filter: In the civilized world, this is considered murder.

A human life for a property crime? Maybe in Saudi Arabia.

Uh, what? The guy didn't shoot her for driving away with property. TFA indicates he shot her because he was being dragged by the vehicle when he tried to stop her from driving off, after she slugged him. If you drag a cop, you're probably going to get shot by him.


So the cop put himself in a position of danger for some property? And someone was murdered.

Seems legit.
 
2012-12-09 11:41:42 AM

lizyrd: He's not a mall cop, he's a police officer. On regular duty, on overtime, on special duty at WalMart, or asleep in his bed, he's a police officer.


THIS.

While police departments, for the most part, discourage their officers from acting as such while off duty, they are still police officers when in their jurisdiction, and can still execute arrests when they witness a crime.
 
2012-12-09 11:41:42 AM

HotWingConspiracy: Basically his choice was to let go of the car or execute the driver, and he chose execution.


Except that he didn't execute the driver. I honestly don't see how people are missing this. THE WOMAN HE SHOT AND KILLED WAS NOT THE SAME WOMAN THAT HIT HIM WITH HER PURSE. THE WOMAN HE SHOT AND KILLED WAS NOT THE DRIVER OF THE CAR, SHE WAS A PASSENGER.
 
2012-12-09 11:42:35 AM

BronyMedic: Madbassist1: How come cops are the only people who get drug along with cars? I almost never hear of it happening to others. I think if the cop is responsible for escalating the situation unnecessarily, then perhaps lethal force is not called for. IDK.

I'm pretty sure that if you had a CCW, or an Armed Security Permit, and someone was maliciously dragging you down the road or trying to run you over, then it would be a justified use of lethal force for you too.

However, in this case, he was a uniformed police officer, there with official permission of his department, attempting to detain a suspect who then escalated the situation by trying to drive off with him in the way. Were she turning and he knocked down and unable to move out of the way, she could have backed over him, and at the point he thought that was her intention, it's the same as if she put a gun in his face.

Madbassist1: However, because I am disagreeing with you, I'm not calling you a freaking moron or a boot licker. I want to be clear on that, because last time I did, I apparently hurt someones feelings and got a vacation for it. I know you wouldnt be that wussified, but someone was, and I want to make it clear that I am not disparaging you in any way, because I certainly wouldnt want some pussy whining about it.

No. You're welcome to disagree with me in some manner that does not insult my race, sexuality, or saturday morning entertainment choices. I take you seriously when you do none of the above.


The perp didnt escalate the situation, he did by pursuing a petty theft suspect. He then killed a person who in no way was threatening him. All over a freaking misdemeanor.

No. You're welcome to disagree with me in some manner that does not insult my race, sexuality, or saturday morning entertainment choices. I take you seriously when you do none of the above.

Yes, but not, apparently, when someone makes you look like an idiot. That tends to get on your nerves.
 
2012-12-09 11:42:38 AM

StoPPeRmobile: So the cop put himself in a position of danger for some property? And someone was murdered.

Seems legit.


I'm trying to follow your logic here. No cop should put himself in the line of harm to apprehend a suspect who refuses to follow a lawful order from a clearly identified police officer, because they might end up having to shoot that suspect when they escalate to using lethal force to try to escape from arrest?
 
2012-12-09 11:43:03 AM
Even though there was no mention of race in the article, I knew she was black. Does that make me racist or just cynical?
 
2012-12-09 11:44:11 AM

Madbassist1: How come cops are the only people who get drug along with cars? I almost never hear of it happening to others.


Because, by and large, they are aggressive, angry drunks and wife beaters who feel that they are at odds with all of society and insta-rage on anything that gives them the smallest possible reason to. Nothing like a roid-rager to escalate an otherwise minor situation. One of the keys they look for in cop psych evals is Social Dissonance - an indication the the candidate feels all of society is sick and wrong, he being the only beacon of hope, light and goodness in a universe of impenetrable blackness. They want those people, they are chomping at the bit to bully the populace and likely not to break the blue wall of silence.

/used to fark a cop's wife while he was out intimidating blacks
//he beat her up three times I know of and crickets from local, county and state
///she lives with relatives now, off the grid out of fear
 
2012-12-09 11:44:34 AM

BronyMedic: While police departments, for the most part, discourage their officers from acting as such while off duty, they are still police officers when in their jurisdiction, and can still execute arrests shoplifters when they witness a crime.


ftfy
 
2012-12-09 11:44:52 AM

Madbassist1: How come cops are the only people who get drug along with cars?



Most people don't put themselves in the position of being next to a running car while interrogating a likely hostile person.
 
2012-12-09 11:45:20 AM

ox45tallboy: teaching her that smacking a cop with your purse is unacceptable to these gang members, and you will pay dearly with extreme force and malice. behavior in civilized society


fixed
 
2012-12-09 11:45:45 AM

BronyMedic: StoPPeRmobile: So the cop put himself in a position of danger for some property? And someone was murdered.

Seems legit.

I'm trying to follow your logic here. No cop should put himself in the line of harm to apprehend a suspect who refuses to follow a lawful order from a clearly identified police officer, because they might end up having to shoot that suspect when they escalate to using lethal force to try to escape from arrest?


The police should always shoot shoplifters that are escaping, because the merchandise is far more important than human life.
 
2012-12-09 11:46:20 AM

Madbassist1: Yes, but not, apparently, when someone makes you look like an idiot. That tends to get on your nerves.


No. I believe what got you a vacation was inferring that I'm a "fag who likes to slurp cop dick" repeatedly in a thread. Credit where credit is due. If this is the reason someone else got a vacation, and not you, I apologize for my confusion. I don't really pay attention to people who pull pathetic ad hominem. Apparantly the mods do, however.

Madbassist1: The perp didnt escalate the situation, he did by pursuing a petty theft suspect. He then killed a person who in no way was threatening him. All over a freaking misdemeanor.


Which really doesn't matter. Do you know why? He was acting as a Law Enforcement officer at the time, not a rent-a-cop. He was fully identifiable as a Sheriff Deputy. He gave a lawful order to stop, and she didn't. Instead, she smacked him upside the head with her purse, and ran to her car. When he followed her, FTFA, he tried to get her out of the car, at which point she put the car in gear, and gunned it. He thought he was going to be run over or dragged. That most certainly is justifiable lethal force, even for a non-cop. Her decisions got her shot, not the "cop pursuing a suspect."
 
2012-12-09 11:46:29 AM

Madbassist1: How come cops are the only people who get drug along with cars? I almost never hear of it happening to others.


I always thought it was only drunk midwestern girls, who wear their old ill-fitting prom dress every time they go out on the town, who get dragged by cars. Then again, the only place I've noticed a trend of people being dragged by cars is West Hollywood, so my perception might be a little provincial.
 
2012-12-09 11:46:37 AM

BronyMedic: Apik0r0s: Forget the fascism aspect of it, how about the You Didn't Train That aspect. Public money used to train a stormtrooper for Wal-Mart; the retail front end of the Chinese Communist Empire.

Except that's not what goes on. The department agrees to put him there off duty, as long as the store pays for his costs. It's the same thing large churches do on Sunday to get cops directing traffic, and private schools do to get an officer on campus during the daytime.


Otherwise known as the use of public resources for Private enterprise.

And fark churches, they don't pay taxes. The only time they should get a cop is when they show up to burn their cult compund to the ground.
 
2012-12-09 11:47:43 AM

Marcus Aurelius: The police should always shoot shoplifters that are escaping, because the merchandise is far more important than human lifePeople who are trying to run them the fark over..


Fixed that for you. Honest mistake, I'm sure. I bet you didn't RTFA, so I'll give you the benefit of the doubt.
 
2012-12-09 11:48:27 AM
Two things I will add:

1 ) At this point in our society - I place much less importance on the value of items stolen, and more so the principle of the matter. If she'd have gotten away then what? a few dollars worth of profit off the retailers books? No big deal in the grand scheme of things really. And you can argue easily that a life is worth more than a few dollars. The problem is we have so many people these days that don't want to obey the law, they feel they have a right (based on skin color or whatever else) that it's okay to steal. Multiply this issue by millions of times all over the country and you are looking at a lot of lost value due to people that are little more than sand in the gears of society. Should society just "accept" these crimes and pay higher prices in the end so people like this can get away with it?

2) Anyone else find it a bit funny and or "par for the course" that the group of women who did this got away, they found the car, and the dead woman inside. Says a lot for the classiness and mutual respect in their group if after stealing from walmart, you just ditch your dead or dying friend and run away without trying to help or call police or ambulance people. Just another tidbit that gives you an idea of how good/honest/worthy people like this are.

At the end of the day -- some ghetto piece of trash assaulted an officer with both her purse and her car while committing a crime. Every low brow piece of crap is going to try to defend her actions and say how she was really just a super nice person.

It really is shocking how easy you can get through life when you live within your means, pay your bills, and DON'T commit a string of repeat thefts.
 
2012-12-09 11:48:51 AM

Apik0r0s: BronyMedic: Apik0r0s: Forget the fascism aspect of it, how about the You Didn't Train That aspect. Public money used to train a stormtrooper for Wal-Mart; the retail front end of the Chinese Communist Empire.

Except that's not what goes on. The department agrees to put him there off duty, as long as the store pays for his costs. It's the same thing large churches do on Sunday to get cops directing traffic, and private schools do to get an officer on campus during the daytime.

Otherwise known as the use of public resources for Private enterprise.

And fark churches, they don't pay taxes. The only time they should get a cop is when they show up to burn their cult compund to the ground.



I want to biatch that the people leaving the lot are given preference over the people already on the road. Damn holier-than-thous.

/hijack
 
2012-12-09 11:48:53 AM
This thread is packed full of absolutes. They are not to be questioned, debated, or contextualized. USA! USA!

crime → no longer legitimate member of society → disobedience → death
officer of the law → disobedience → fear of life → death
 
2012-12-09 11:49:37 AM

Apik0r0s: Otherwise known as the use of public resources for Private enterprise.


Not really. Since the police are either off duty, or reserve/volunteer, there is no cost to the taxpayers. In addition, any equipment use and salary/overtime is paid in full by the entity using their services.

Apik0r0s: And fark churches, they don't pay taxes. The only time they should get a cop is when they show up to burn their cult compund to the ground.


Damn, dude. I'm a "militant atheist", and even I found this callous.
 
2012-12-09 11:50:36 AM

Rich Cream: Madbassist1: How come cops are the only people who get drug along with cars?


Most people don't put themselves in the position of being next to a running car while interrogating a likely hostile person.


sounds like that cop needs to learn to work smarter, not harder.
 
2012-12-09 11:51:16 AM

CreamFilling: ox45tallboy: Wal-Mart could very well face some liability in a wrongful death suit, especially if it is proven he fired into a vehicle moving away from him.

The vehicle wasn't moving away from him. It was dragging him along with it.


Oh wow, somebody actually RTFA instead of just jumping into the hatewalmartmutualmasturbation orgy like unthinking little twats. Yeah, I'd be in fear of my life too if I was being dragged along by a moving car. Here, let me shed some tears for the dead shoplifter/attempted murderer: sniff. OK, that's out of the way.

Coincidentally, I saw a "mass shoplift" last night at Walmart in Westminster. I'd just left the store and suddenly the electronic door alarm started going nuts. I turned and saw at least 25-30 people quickly leaving, one after the other. The alarm did its thing each time one of them exited. Each person walked quickly (power-walking) in a different direction into the parking lot ("fanning out"), got in their cars and left by different exits. The old Walmart guy at the exit was just standing there staring and shaking his head (seriously, what could he do?). I went back and talked with him; he said they had been alerted that another Walmart had been hit the night before by apparently the same group.
 
2012-12-09 11:52:05 AM
I have no problem executing shoplifters right on the spot.
 
2012-12-09 11:52:09 AM

BronyMedic: Marcus Aurelius: The police should always shoot shoplifters that are escaping, because the merchandise is far more important than human lifePeople who are trying to run them the fark over..

Fixed that for you. Honest mistake, I'm sure. I bet you didn't RTFA, so I'll give you the benefit of the doubt.


The story says he was at the driver's door, not in front of the car.

A cop is just a thug with a badge and a gun and a license to kill.
 
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