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2013-03-07 10:29:20 AM  
3 votes:

pkellmey: fireclown: pkellmey: The thing we learned today, kiddies, is the same throughout space and time - don't try to act tougher than the people who carry weapons for a living. They usually have the attitude that went with the job in the first place. Be extremely nice and respectful and never, ever, step towards them in a menacing fashion and/or with a stupid attitude.

The stupid attitude in this case being "follow the law".

If he would've given permission, no warrant required. I can't imagine someone stepping into a copy while asking, "Where's your warrant?" in anything less than an agressive fashion. I'm not saying they didn't need a warrant, but there are better ways to not become a victim.


Jesus tittyfarking christ on a cracker. Just make sure to say yahsir and nahsir like a good boy and the cops won't hurt you?

These cops should be under the jail and the lack of outrage from people who instead blame the victim is a big part of the problem.
2013-03-07 10:17:44 AM  
3 votes:

pkellmey: If he would've given permission, no warrant required. I can't imagine someone stepping into a copy while asking, "Where's your warrant?" in anything less than an agressive fashion. I'm not saying they didn't need a warrant, but there are better ways to not become a victim.


And by who's account did he step forward? The cops who beat the living shiat out of him and lied about him having a gun? Somehow I have trouble taking their word for anything.
2013-03-07 09:54:36 AM  
3 votes:

dready zim: Onkel Buck: Remember gun grabbers when you are done with your latest crusade, these are the only assholes who will still be allowed to have guns. Be careful what you wish for

But at least they won`t be able to use the excuse "We thought he was going for his gun" anymore.

We don`t have this problem here in the UK, where your `horror` scenario is happening i.e. cops have guns and the public don`t. Do you know what effect that has? The police don`t go crazy if they think you may have a weapon and beat the shiat out of you `just in case` and they can`t use that as an excuse so less police are violent. People don`t pull guns on cashiers `just because` etc etc etc

It`s strange but in countries where guns are restricted for the public NONE of the outcomes predicted by gun nuts happen.

You know, it`s almost as though they lie to keep their guns...


Yah yah if we wanted to be the UK we would be already. Keep your smuggness we'll keep our guns.
2013-03-07 09:39:01 AM  
3 votes:

Onkel Buck: Remember gun grabbers when you are done with your latest crusade, these are the only assholes who will still be allowed to have guns. Be careful what you wish for


But at least they won`t be able to use the excuse "We thought he was going for his gun" anymore.

We don`t have this problem here in the UK, where your `horror` scenario is happening i.e. cops have guns and the public don`t. Do you know what effect that has? The police don`t go crazy if they think you may have a weapon and beat the shiat out of you `just in case` and they can`t use that as an excuse so less police are violent. People don`t pull guns on cashiers `just because` etc etc etc

It`s strange but in countries where guns are restricted for the public NONE of the outcomes predicted by gun nuts happen.

You know, it`s almost as though they lie to keep their guns...
2013-03-07 09:29:59 AM  
3 votes:
Remember gun grabbers when you are done with your latest crusade, these are the only assholes who will still be allowed to have guns. Be careful what you wish for
2013-03-07 09:14:11 AM  
3 votes:
They need to make prosecution a legal certification that has to be renewed every few years, and then make bar applicants register for a legal draft as to who will prosecute what cases.

The chummy, "We don't need to prosecute him cause we might have to work for him," shiat that has infected the DAs office almost universally needs to be dissolved if we're going to stay free.
2013-03-07 09:09:07 AM  
3 votes:
Get used to it people. This is what happens when you militarize your police forces. I bet all three of those cops are ex military. Years of brainwashing them into believing everyone and everything is a threat, coupled with hyper-agressive responses to percieved threats results in this kind of shiat happening. Like Rambo said, "you cant just turn it off."
2013-03-07 11:28:52 AM  
2 votes:

the money is in the banana stand: liam76: the money is in the banana stand: StrangeQ: the money is in the banana stand: Also, if someone goes for a gun and tries to kill a police officer someone who is mercilessly attacking them, they deserve likewise to be shot (not that the victim in this case went for a gun).

It's funny how when you insert reality, bootlicking statements like this make absolutely no sense.

It's funny how you COMPLETELY missed the part where I said (not that the victim in this case went for a gun). Reading comprehension is difficult. I was not addressing this particular case. The Boobieser said there is no circumstance that anyone should have been beaten that bad, which isn't true. In cases where the person(s) being arrested is violent and tries to bring harm or kill the arresting officer, they deserve whatever force is then bestowed upon them.

Sorry, bootlicker, but we don't live in a country where cops are allowed to bestow whatever type of physical punishment upon you they wish if you attack them.

If you try and take a cop's gun you deserve enoguh force to stop and restrain you, that is it.

Seriously? If someone is actively trying to kill a cop then your solution is to use "enough" force to restrain them? Wow.


Yes. That's why they get the big bucks. It's for a judge to decide punishment. Cops are there to arrange the meeting. Just like a private citizen, the cops lose their justification for violence once the threat ends.
2013-03-07 11:13:49 AM  
2 votes:

the money is in the banana stand: StrangeQ: the money is in the banana stand: Also, if someone goes for a gun and tries to kill a police officer someone who is mercilessly attacking them, they deserve likewise to be shot (not that the victim in this case went for a gun).

It's funny how when you insert reality, bootlicking statements like this make absolutely no sense.

It's funny how you COMPLETELY missed the part where I said (not that the victim in this case went for a gun). Reading comprehension is difficult. I was not addressing this particular case. The Boobieser said there is no circumstance that anyone should have been beaten that bad, which isn't true. In cases where the person(s) being arrested is violent and tries to bring harm or kill the arresting officer, they deserve whatever force is then bestowed upon them.


Sorry, bootlicker, but we don't live in a country where cops are allowed to bestow whatever type of physical punishment upon you they wish if you attack them.

If you try and take a cop's gun you deserve enoguh force to stop and restrain you, that is it.
2013-03-07 11:00:06 AM  
2 votes:
It may be time for citizens to start "cleaning up" the police forces in cases like this.  It's abundantly clear that the government never will.
2013-03-07 10:00:03 AM  
2 votes:

the money is in the banana stand: Why is it when a civilian makes a statement against police it is infallible, yet when the police respond, it is always a lie?


At least one of the police in this case are proven liars.

When that guy was caught lying on tape, all the other officers inittially backe dup his story.  That throws the entire depts honestly into question in my book, so yes I am going to believe an average guy before them.
2013-03-07 09:53:54 AM  
2 votes:
While it troubles me to the core that this happened, I can't help but wonder what kind of idiots they have in administration that after paying out $800K to get out of this, that at least one of those involved is still on the force.  Some people, cops included, are just psychopaths, so things like this are going to happen from time to time.  It's tragic, but I think you have to deal with it an move on. But you don't continue to employ people in positions of authority when they've proven that they can't be trusted with that authority.  Something bad will happen again because of that decision.
2013-03-07 09:52:43 AM  
2 votes:
"Well sir, I don't see any reason to detain you any further. I'm quite sorry to have bothered you. Good day."

/said no cop, ever, anywhere.
2013-03-07 09:43:11 AM  
2 votes:

enik: Why yes, I'm sure there are no other missing details in this story.


Please let us know what details could have been missed that would allow the police to beat someone as badly as they beat this guy.
2013-03-07 09:01:41 AM  
2 votes:
That'll teach him to have an invisible gun.
2013-03-07 11:05:16 PM  
1 votes:

dready zim: Onkel Buck: Remember gun grabbers when you are done with your latest crusade, these are the only assholes who will still be allowed to have guns. Be careful what you wish for

But at least they won`t be able to use the excuse "We thought he was going for his gun" anymore.

We don`t have this problem here in the UK, where your `horror` scenario is happening i.e. cops have guns and the public don`t. Do you know what effect that has? The police don`t go crazy if they think you may have a weapon and beat the shiat out of you `just in case` and they can`t use that as an excuse so less police are violent. People don`t pull guns on cashiers `just because` etc etc etc

It`s strange but in countries where guns are restricted for the public NONE of the outcomes predicted by gun nuts happen.

You know, it`s almost as though they lie to keep their guns...


Hate to break it to you but the UK has a ton more violent crime because the criminals know that their victims are unable to defend themselves. If you think the UK is safe because you have no guns you need to come back to reality.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-25671/Violent-crime-worse-Br it ain-US.html

"
According to the figures released yesterday, 3.6 per cent of the population of England and Wales were victims of violent crime in 1999 - second only to Australia, where the figure was 4.1 per cent.

Scotland had a slightly lower rate of violence, at 3.4 per cent.

In the U.S., only 2 per cent of the population suffered an assault or robbery."
2013-03-07 04:44:44 PM  
1 votes:

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I think I'm missing a meme here or something - I'm really not sure what you're saying here.

Masta Kronix: Ohh please Police Abuse and Corruption isn't even a matter of debate anymore.

Anyone arguing against the existence of wide spread police abuse and the resulting cover ups are either ignorant to the situation as a result of not doing any sort of research into the issue or is being disingenuous towards the discussion.

Which are you being?

Seeing as you freely admit you can't find a single instance of an officer being fired or charged as a result of a fellow officers testimony all the while officers have been charged and convicted of Police Abuse in extreme circumstances, I'm going to go with the later, you're being disingenuous towards the discussion because it suits your world view.



Huh? What post of mine are you referring to?

How is it being "disingenuous towards the discussion" to publically admit that I found it difficult to find counterexamples against liam76's proposition?

Or are you objecting to me mentioning the fact that I, personally, have had positive interactions with the police in the past? Hint: saying this is not at all the same as "arguing against the existence of wide spread police abuse and the resulting cover ups".

Did you get my response mixed up with someone else in this thread?
2013-03-07 03:21:32 PM  
1 votes:

indarwinsshadow: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: indarwinsshadow: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: indarwinsshadow: browntimmy: indarwinsshadow: Oh look. Another cop bashing thread on fark. It must be Thursday.

Yes, can't we all just agree to ignore the egregious corruption and brutal behavior that happens on a daily basis? Let's talk about the heroic stuff they do, like sitting all day in their cars waiting to hand out speeding tickets to moms in mini vans.

Congratulations. You're a biggot. No different than the SFB (sh*t for brains) who thinks all blacks are criminals, all asians talk "chingchong" and are good at math, or any of the other typical bullsh*t people make up to justify their warped views of the world.
Yep. You're an idiot.

Race and job choice are hardly comparable.
Yep, you're an idiot.

Says the turd bag who posts dumb sh*t day after day. Pot, kettle, kettle, pot.

Go f*ck yourself Abe.

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You do realize the only thing you're accomplishing is reinforcing how ignorant towards the situation you are.

If you took less than an hour to do honest research into Police Abuse and the corresponding cover ups you would have all the the information you need in order to make an informed and educated decision regarding the issue.

Instead you fall for troll attempts to get a rise out of you because that's all your good for. You're far to ignorant towards the current discussion to try and reason with so the only option left for people is to troll you and try to get some sort of fun out of your horribly uninformed opinions.

Here's a start if you'd like, I live in New Orleans, here's a report from the Department of Justice blasting the NOPD for blatant Civil Rights violations and procedural misconduct. It's really not hard to find when you actually want to find the information.

http://www.justice.gov/crt/about/spl/nopd.php

We found that the NOPD has engaged in patterns of misconduct that violate the Constitution and federal law, including a pattern or practice of excessive force, and of illegal stops, searches, and arrests. We found also a pattern or practice of gender discrimination in the Department's under-enforcement and under-investigation of violence against women. We further found strong indications of discriminatory policing based on racial, ethnic, and LGBT bias, as well as a failure to provide critical police services to language minority communities. On July 24, 2012, we reached a settlement resolving our investigation and asked the Court to make our settlement an order enforceable by the Court. On January 11, 2013, the Court approved the agreement.
2013-03-07 02:42:37 PM  
1 votes:

liam76: indarwinsshadow: Congratulations. You're a biggot. No different than the SFB (sh*t for brains) who thinks all blacks are criminals, all asians talk "chingchong" and are good at math, or any of the other typical bullsh*t people make up to justify their warped views of the world.
Yep. You're an idiot

Can you find me an example of a cop being fired and charged for police brutality on the testimony of fellow officers?


That's . . . a surprisingly difficult task. I have to admit, I tend to be biased towards the police (I know a couple in my town, and all my interactions with the police have ranged from mild annoyance to moderately positive), but the difficulty of finding anything to refute your challenge makes for a pretty strong argument. A couple of times, I thought I'd found a counterexample whistleblower; however, I'd always change my mind after reading what happened to that whistleblower.

tldr: challenge denied - too difficult for me
2013-03-07 01:35:15 PM  
1 votes:

BafflerMeal: jonewer: ChipNASA: "Well sir, I don't see any reason to detain you any further. I'm quite sorry to have bothered you. Good day."

/said no cop, ever, anywhere.

Perhaps not in the USA but it happens regularly in countries where the police are expected to uphold the law, rather than be a law unto themselves.

Its actually pretty sad to see this, along with all those other beatings, and the shootings at people drivings cars that didn't look vaguely dissimilar to the one being driven by that cop killer a while back. For us in the West, the US is kind of like 'big daddy'. Its not for nothing that POTUS is globally referred to as Leader of the Free World. We kind of look up to you, or at least try to.

So its pretty depressing to see the way the US is regressing. The land whose cause Thomas Paine described as being the cause of all mankind, seems to be degenerating into a vicious police state filled with paranoid, armed, religious fundamentalists, where even the rule of law being eroded.


In day to day interactions, I'll take Thailand's police over the USA's.


It depends on where you live in the US. The officers in my town are very polite, but one city over they have the power and like to display it with their attitude. Everything is subjective to the environment you live in.
2013-03-07 11:49:24 AM  
1 votes:

mongbiohazard: trappedspirit: mongbiohazard: Unbelievable. Well, except for it being totally believable because this kind of shiat happens on a pretty regular basis.

And what would you estimate is the frequency of this?

There are stories of it occuring pretty much on a daily basis. Unfortunately much of it is not reported, and that which is reported is often swept under the rug without as much fanfare as in this case. So way too goddamn often.


Federalize police conduct investigations.
2013-03-07 11:44:05 AM  
1 votes:

Benjamin Orr: It's funny how you COMPLETELY missed the part where I said (not that the victim in this case went for a gun). Reading comprehension is difficult. I was not addressing this particular case. The Boobieser said there is no circumstance that anyone should have been beaten that bad, which isn't true. In cases where the person(s) being arrested is violent and tries to bring harm or kill the arresting officer, they deserve whatever force is then bestowed upon them.

No... No they don't. Fighting back against police does not mean they get to beat you like that.


He seems to be confusing maintaining law and order with also having the right to dole out punishment. This was not how the system was designed but does seem to be the way it is implemented in many cases. Videos of people curled up on the ground and being pummeled with nightsticks are pretty f*ck'd up makes us look like some third world police state.
2013-03-07 11:39:45 AM  
1 votes:

the money is in the banana stand: Seriously? If someone is actively trying to kill a cop then your solution is to use "enough" force to restrain them? Wow.


So wait, in your mind, once the cops have neutralized the threat using "enough" force, they should just keep beating the guy until their arms give out? Wow indeed.
2013-03-07 11:21:30 AM  
1 votes:
Don't be ignorant.
Be polite
Turn that shiat off
Get a white friend
Never drive with a mad woman
2013-03-07 11:07:57 AM  
1 votes:
Why does it take three cops to handle someone making a left turn?
2013-03-07 11:01:46 AM  
1 votes:

lilbjorn: It may be time for citizens to start "cleaning up" the police forces in cases like this.  It's abundantly clear that the government never will.


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2013-03-07 10:55:42 AM  
1 votes:

WinoRhino: I'm expected to believe that the police in this case went into that rage merely because the guy asked for a warrant before they searched his trunk, huh? Doubt it. Look, I know everyone here on Fark is anti-police, and I'm not trying to suggest they're entirely noble individuals all the time, but things don't add up here.


You think that the type of guys who would use the excessive brutality displayed in this case would need more than the challenge to authority that asking for a warrant entails to go into a rage?
2013-03-07 10:35:44 AM  
1 votes:

pkellmey: fireclown: pkellmey: The thing we learned today, kiddies, is the same throughout space and time - don't try to act tougher than the people who carry weapons for a living. They usually have the attitude that went with the job in the first place. Be extremely nice and respectful and never, ever, step towards them in a menacing fashion and/or with a stupid attitude.

The stupid attitude in this case being "follow the law".

If he would've given permission, no warrant required. I can't imagine someone stepping into a copy while asking, "Where's your warrant?" in anything less than an agressive fashion. I'm not saying they didn't need a warrant, but there are better ways to not become a victim.



1. And why should he give them permission? What use are rights if you don't excercise them?
2. In what way does asserting your rights excuse police victimizing someone?
3. The limits of your imagination aren't the basis for jurisprudence in America.
4. You'd make the worst rape-crisis counselor ever with your "blame the victim" attitude. This is also a big part of the problem, as the police not only are effectively without oversight but when many in the public share your acquiescent attitude towards abusive police that saps the wholly righteous public outrage which might otherwise force the changes we need.
2013-03-07 10:29:21 AM  
1 votes:

indarwinsshadow: Oh look. Another cop bashing thread on fark. It must be Thursday.


Yes, can't we all just agree to ignore the egregious corruption and brutal behavior that happens on a daily basis? Let's talk about the heroic stuff they do, like sitting all day in their cars waiting to hand out speeding tickets to moms in mini vans.
2013-03-07 10:24:13 AM  
1 votes:
Clearly the current Justice Department is racist, being that it's lead be a white Republican and all.
2013-03-07 10:20:43 AM  
1 votes:

tricycleracer: Fissile: It's not just Denver, it seems that most cops today are out of control sociopaths.  Have a look at how this Jersey cop punched a fat chick in the face when she touched his arm.

http://www.wptv.com/dpp/news/local_news/water_cooler/cop-punches-wom an -video-envy-night-club-youtube-video-shows-elizabeth-new-jersey-office r-punching

She got off easy.  In Florida, he would have shot her then driven to her house and shot her dog.


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In California, the police were looking for a big, black ex-cop driving a silver pickup, so there first reaction was to shoot up a blue pickup with two little hispanic women inside.   Makes sense, they could have been a large black man pretending to be two little hispanic women.
2013-03-07 10:17:22 AM  
1 votes:

dready zim: Onkel Buck: Remember gun grabbers when you are done with your latest crusade, these are the only assholes who will still be allowed to have guns. Be careful what you wish for

But at least they won`t be able to use the excuse "We thought he was going for his gun" anymore.

We don`t have this problem here in the UK, where your `horror` scenario is happening i.e. cops have guns and the public don`t. Do you know what effect that has? The police don`t go crazy if they think you may have a weapon and beat the shiat out of you `just in case` and they can`t use that as an excuse so less police are violent. People don`t pull guns on cashiers `just because` etc etc etc

It`s strange but in countries where guns are restricted for the public NONE of the outcomes predicted by gun nuts happen.

You know, it`s almost as though they lie to keep their guns...


I don't know why you think our police would stop abusing their power. Those abuses of power have nothing to do with guns. It it's not a gun they'll just say they though they saw a knife. Or just that he lunged for them. They're already violating the law, abusing their power, abusing a fellow human being and lying... You think any of that changes because less of us law abiding citizens are allowed to own guns?

The problem isn't that ordinary citizens are armed... the problem is that our police officers are effectively largely unaccountable. That and our political class has slowly eviscerated the bill of rights over the last few decades in vain quests to fight vain neverending "wars" on concepts. Banning private ownership of guns does NOTHING to address any of that and would have exactly a 0.0% effect on police brutality.
2013-03-07 10:13:51 AM  
1 votes:

Fissile: It's not just Denver, it seems that most cops today are out of control sociopaths.  Have a look at how this Jersey cop punched a fat chick in the face when she touched his arm.

http://www.wptv.com/dpp/news/local_news/water_cooler/cop-punches-wom an -video-envy-night-club-youtube-video-shows-elizabeth-new-jersey-office r-punching


She got off easy.  In Florida, he would have shot her then driven to her house and shot her dog.
2013-03-07 10:08:12 AM  
1 votes:
This is why DHS needs to provide more armored vehicles to state an local police Depts.

Aggressive criminals attacking them with their faces is happening more and more.    Surplus US Army MRAPs are being provided now for the safety of officers.    Thank god we have DHS to provide these protections.

"Justice Department reps chose Friday at 6:30 p.m. to inform...."

See,   once again the Justice Dept. thinks of the publics safety and the safety off the thin Blue Line at  the same time.    Release that information at the right time.

You know, so those people don't get too uppity....
2013-03-07 10:05:29 AM  
1 votes:

indarwinsshadow: Oh look. Another cop bashing thread on fark. It must be Thursday.


Yep, which means tomorrow we have mugshots of those unlucky enough to run into the same cops and make more snarky comments.  Then the next day cats.
2013-03-07 10:03:11 AM  
1 votes:
I was wondering when the copsuckers were going to show up to defend the cops.
2013-03-07 10:00:24 AM  
1 votes:

TopoGigo: I love how cops, just like any other gang, start indoctrinating young. Look at the little bacon bit in the back--is he 15?


Everyone knows that "Boyzenblue" are the most dangerous and widespread criminal street gang in America.
2013-03-07 09:58:36 AM  
1 votes:

simon_bar_sinister: What do you expect from the P.D. that wears t-shirts that read "We 'beat' the crowd!".
There was a pic here some time ago. Surprised no one has posted it yet.


This one?

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2013-03-07 09:56:36 AM  
1 votes:

indarwinsshadow: Oh look. Another cop bashing thread on fark. It must be Thursday.


Cops seem to have done most of the bashing.
2013-03-07 09:52:21 AM  
1 votes:

Benjamin Orr: enik: Why yes, I'm sure there are no other missing details in this story.

Please let us know what details could have been missed that would allow the police to beat someone as badly as they beat this guy.


If he didn't "calmly" ask to see a warrant, was confrontational, and upon requests to calm down he refused to obey and upon trying to restrain him he truly was grasping for the officer's weapon? Why is it when a civilian makes a statement against police it is infallible, yet when the police respond, it is always a lie? Bias much? You can make assumptions and it is clear that excessive force was used, but after reading TFA, there is way more to the story. Do you really believe that he calmly asked to see a warrant? Excuse me kind sir, could you produce for me a warrant post haste? I am not prematurely defending the cops here or taking sides, but there sounds like a lot of missing pieces and a lot of lying going on here.
2013-03-07 09:46:28 AM  
1 votes:
Dude was probably being all truculent and sh*t.
2013-03-07 09:45:40 AM  
1 votes:
As a kid I was taught to respect the police- they were as important as teachers and doctors and lawyers.
Now I see many police departments as a haven for mental defectives.
Most likely the only thing to have changed is my perception.
2013-03-07 09:36:24 AM  
1 votes:

enik: Why yes, I'm sure there are no other missing details in this story.


Maybe, but probably not enough to make a difference. The City of Denver payed this guy $795,000 in damages, so I'm guessing most of what we're reading here is pretty much what happened.
Bad cops being bad. And repeat offenders at that.
2013-03-07 09:31:49 AM  
1 votes:

Weaver95: Marcus Aurelius: Weaver95: well there's you're problem!  he's black and talking to the cops.  you just can't do that sort of thing.

Especially if you know your rights.  That means you're uppity.  No wonder the cops beat him to a pulp.  Standard operating procedure.

if you're black AND know your rights!?  oh well he was just begging for a beat down.  I mean we just can't be having THAT sort of thing.


Gots to nip that in the bud! Next, they'll wanna sit in the front of the bus. And don't even get me started on using the water fountain.

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I do miss the good old days!
2013-03-07 09:14:26 AM  
1 votes:
cops got 99 problems but getting in trouble ain't one....
2013-03-07 09:09:17 AM  
1 votes:

ChipNASA: AverageAmericanGuy: Jesus. I couldn't even tell the kid was black.

He had Marijuana, he got uppity and they beat.his.ass.
You think they'd have done that to a white kid?


Actually, they didn't find any pot on him. They found it on his passenger. The beating
started when they wanted to search his car and he asked if they had a warrant.
2013-03-07 09:07:55 AM  
1 votes:
well there's you're problem!  he's black and talking to the cops.  you just can't do that sort of thing.
2013-03-07 09:07:08 AM  
1 votes:

ChipNASA: AverageAmericanGuy: Jesus. I couldn't even tell the kid was black.

He had Marijuana, he got uppity and they beat.his.ass.
You think they'd have done that to a white kid?



Actually if you read the article you'll see that one of them did do it to a white kid later on.... and he was fired for it. But beat the living snot out of a brown kid and apparently Denver PD thinks that's just spiffy.

Unbelievable. Well, except for it being totally believable because this kind of shiat happens on a pretty regular basis.
2013-03-07 09:02:27 AM  
1 votes:
That's some fine ass-whoopin' there, boys.
2013-03-07 08:56:53 AM  
1 votes:
Stop hitting yourself.
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Why don't you stop hitting yourself?

2013-03-07 08:53:57 AM  
1 votes:
Jesus. I couldn't even tell the kid was black.
 
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