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(NYPost)   So it turns out that the undercover police officer that allegedly stood by as the New York bike gang beat their victim was actually helping. Fark: With the beating   (nypost.com ) divider line
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2013-10-08 08:14:30 PM  

Watubi: BraveNewCheneyWorld: jayphat: Genuine question: is anyone else concerned at the fact the driver didn't have his car doors locked?

Yeah, especially since they opened the door once before that.  You'd think at least the wife would have told him to lock the doors.  Personally, I never would have stopped running over bikers once they continued to pursue me.

You don't think logically in a situation like that.  And, anyone who says I would have done this or that are usually talking out of their a$$ as they have never been tested in a life threatening situation.


First thing I do when I get in the car is lock the farking doors. Mostly becauseits Cleveland but also vbecause I've done it all my life.
 
2013-10-08 08:14:30 PM  

listernine: Cheater71: This is why i hated The Shield, because in real life, this is what Vic Mackey looks like. Glad to see he might lose his job. I hope he winds up in jail.

Jail? Hahaha. Good one. Don't you usually have to have audio, video, a Christian, a Muslim, and a Jew all agree that the cop was breaking the law?


you forgot the Quaker and the Nhilist
 
2013-10-08 08:35:54 PM  
Well, this is disturbing.  Looks like the hired goons are turning on their banker masters.
 
2013-10-08 08:39:56 PM  

420Gabriel: And yet another cop that deserves to be shot in the face in public.

Just going by fark stories you get at least 20 a week that deserve to die a painful and humiliating death.




Nah, they are all heroes and should be given a medal.

/i feel safer
 
2013-10-08 09:38:58 PM  

FarkinHostile: mediablitz:

Such as being douchey because you think you own the definition of troll? The original post was either idiotic or a troll (and fits your "definition"). I feel perfectly within my rights to choose the latter.

Sweetheart, if you think that was being douchey, lets chat when I haven't eaten in several hours. My tolerance for fools is low under the best conditions.

He wasn't being a Troll. "Idiot" is a matter of opinion but "Troll" is not. By definition, to Troll one must have intent to start an argument, upset people or derail a thread. He made a farking joke. It actually was kind of funny. (I do like midgets, so take that with a grain of salt.)

Nitwits call anyone who you don't agree with a troll. Every single controversial thread some idiot calls someone with a different or unpopular opinion a "troll" and it is incorrect. You didn't even do that. Dude made a joke. "Alt" would have been understandable under the circumstances, but not troll. It's simply wrong. You're perfectly within your rights to be a idiot, and I am perfectly within mine to have an opinion of you for doing it.
   So... Eat a bag of baby f*ck? Better?

It's origional, I'll give you that.


As an aside, I often wonder why the people on Fark that choose to post their pictures in their profiles almost always fit a certain physical profile. I'd like to think there was a bit of physical diversity among Farkers, but almost everything I've seen seems to point to the contrary.
 
gja
2013-10-08 09:51:33 PM  

Deep Contact: Cop should be punished for not immediately shooting the whole family like he was trained.


At that close a range he never would have hit anything but bikers, at least the way NYPD shoots.
 
gja
2013-10-08 09:59:42 PM  

cretinbob: CrazyCracka420: CrazyCracka420: Speef: Those motokiddies were behaving like absolute morons. None of them should be allowed back on the road.

That SUV driver should be in prison, though.  Pity he got off with a few bruises and slashes. If there was a cop there, he should have been shooting the driver as soon as he decided to use deadly force against a mass of helpless riders on the motorway.

Everyone involved sucks ass.

They boxed the SUV in with bikes/people.  That was their first mistake.  You don't get to imprison other people.  You are not the law enforcement (well some were...but that's another story).  You don't get to slash someone's tires and act aggressively with 20 or 30 or 40 times more people than the car you're surrounding.  If a group of thugs are attacking your vehicle, you have every right to escape the situation.  Parking your bike in front of an SUV on the freeway doesn't give you a free pass to vandalize and become violent with the vehicle/occupants.  The bikers learned a valuable lesson about cause and effect, and physics that day.  There's consequences for your actions, hopefully the bikers learned something.

Not sure if you're trolling or stupid, but it doesn't matter because some people (a very small minority) still believe what you said.

What do you mean, a very small minority?

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gja
2013-10-08 10:05:45 PM  

Daniels: BraveNewCheneyWorld: "I think we all, no matter what your job is, have an obligation to help one another,'' Mayor Bloomberg said on MSNBC's "Morning Joe'' on Monday, in response to questioning about the officer's actions. "And if you see somebody getting beaten up, you know, let's go jump in and stop the fight."

Since you took away nearly everyone's right to own a gun, Mr Bloomberg, I don't think many people will intervene against a bike gang anymore.

Except the NYPD officers in the gang, who are one of the few people who can get concealed carry in NYC.

You know, because they're more responsible and law-abiding than you.  And would never be in gangs.


This could be a watermark case in that it will uncover some really ugly things the PDs like to keep hidden.
Finally, there is evidence that they have in their ranks those who are willing to aid and abet others in breaking the law as willful participants.

Or, they could just continue to screw over the general public since we fail so piss-poorly to have their asses thrown off the force and prosecuted because we as a society are unwilling to make enough noise so the lawmakers and judges cannot ignore us.

One reaps what one sows. Out lack of unity and organization hurts us. Measurably.
 
2013-10-08 10:32:59 PM  
Like I've been saying, and taking shiat for, fark this guy. He should be fired with prejudice- and then sued by the driver.
 
2013-10-08 11:07:26 PM  
why do x people hate y people so much?

black, asian
catholic,protestant
protestant,catholic
nickelback fans, music lovers
 
2013-10-08 11:40:41 PM  
top-10-list.org
 
2013-10-08 11:41:42 PM  

TheSwissNavy: why do x people hate y people so much?

black, asian
catholic,protestant
protestant,catholic
nickelback fans, music lovers


If you paid attention in History class, you'd know.
 
2013-10-09 01:31:10 AM  

Saulsa: CrazyCracka420: The bikers learned a valuable lesson about cause and effect, and physics that day.  There's consequences for your actions, hopefully the bikers learned something.

You know better than that.  They didn't learn a thing that day.


/I couldn't help it.
//low-hanging fruit?
///like, an apple or something
 
2013-10-09 01:34:07 AM  
img.hottopic.com

/Auto-post creates problems
//too lazy for three slashes
 
2013-10-09 01:40:23 AM  
I was wondering where the sound of conga dancing was coming from.  Now I know, the SUV lawyers offices.

What is that legal phrase lawyers use in this case?  Firehose of Money?
 
2013-10-09 03:27:22 AM  

gja: This could be a watermark case in that it will uncover some really ugly things the PDs like to keep hidden.
Finally, there is evidence that they have in their ranks those who are willing to aid and abet others in breaking the law as willful participants.


Let's see, the Officer is facing internal administrative charges instead of criminal charges.

Basically, the worst possible punishment he faces is being forced to retire and collect his pension.  If he's too young, he'll go get a better paying job as a Sergeant in New Jersey or Long Island.  SInce his name is being kept confidential, nobody will ever know anyway.
 
gja
2013-10-09 07:14:39 AM  

fnordfocus: gja: This could be a watermark case in that it will uncover some really ugly things the PDs like to keep hidden.
Finally, there is evidence that they have in their ranks those who are willing to aid and abet others in breaking the law as willful participants.

Let's see, the Officer is facing internal administrative charges instead of criminal charges.

Basically, the worst possible punishment he faces is being forced to retire and collect his pension.  If he's too young, he'll go get a better paying job as a Sergeant in New Jersey or Long Island.  SInce his name is being kept confidential, nobody will ever know anyway.


And yet they wonder why there is such an undercurrent of disgust and distrust for them among the populous at large.
At some point this crap HAS to stop, or there will be a tipping point and things with get ugly and nasty. And bad things WILL start to happen to them.
 
2013-10-09 08:51:25 AM  

jayphat: Genuine question: is anyone else concerned at the fact the driver didn't have his car doors locked?


Is that why they smashed his window or is that from the standard biker instruction manual.
 
2013-10-09 09:39:59 AM  

gja: fnordfocus: gja: This could be a watermark case in that it will uncover some really ugly things the PDs like to keep hidden.
Finally, there is evidence that they have in their ranks those who are willing to aid and abet others in breaking the law as willful participants.

Let's see, the Officer is facing internal administrative charges instead of criminal charges.

Basically, the worst possible punishment he faces is being forced to retire and collect his pension.  If he's too young, he'll go get a better paying job as a Sergeant in New Jersey or Long Island.  SInce his name is being kept confidential, nobody will ever know anyway.

And yet they wonder why there is such an undercurrent of disgust and distrust for them among the populous at large.
At some point this crap HAS to stop, or there will be a tipping point and things with get ugly and nasty. And bad things WILL start to happen to them.


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We've past that tipping point.....as concerns the 1%.  For decades now the badge clowns have been farking the 99% with impunity.  Apparently the badge clown in question didn't get the memo about how farking with 1% banksters is a no-no.  Maybe his bosses believed it was just common knowledge?  The NYPD will now haul all its officers in for a bit of retraining.   Farking with the 99% is still encouraged.   Look cross-eyed at a bankster driving a $100K SUV, and you're walking a beat in the South Bronx.
 
2013-10-09 01:04:58 PM  

Fissile: gja: fnordfocus: gja: This could be a watermark case in that it will uncover some really ugly things the PDs like to keep hidden.
Finally, there is evidence that they have in their ranks those who are willing to aid and abet others in breaking the law as willful participants.

Let's see, the Officer is facing internal administrative charges instead of criminal charges.

Basically, the worst possible punishment he faces is being forced to retire and collect his pension.  If he's too young, he'll go get a better paying job as a Sergeant in New Jersey or Long Island.  SInce his name is being kept confidential, nobody will ever know anyway.

And yet they wonder why there is such an undercurrent of disgust and distrust for them among the populous at large.
At some point this crap HAS to stop, or there will be a tipping point and things with get ugly and nasty. And bad things WILL start to happen to them.

=============

We've past that tipping point.....as concerns the 1%.  For decades now the badge clowns have been farking the 99% with impunity.  Apparently the badge clown in question didn't get the memo about how farking with 1% banksters is a no-no.  Maybe his bosses believed it was just common knowledge?  The NYPD will now haul all its officers in for a bit of retraining.   Farking with the 99% is still encouraged.   Look cross-eyed at a bankster driving a $100K SUV, and you're walking a beat in the South Bronx.


Jesus Christ. HE. IS. NOT. A. BANKER.

How many times does this need repeated?
 
2013-10-09 02:08:16 PM  

jayphat: Fissile: gja: fnordfocus: gja: This could be a watermark case in that it will uncover some really ugly things the PDs like to keep hidden.
Finally, there is evidence that they have in their ranks those who are willing to aid and abet others in breaking the law as willful participants.

Let's see, the Officer is facing internal administrative charges instead of criminal charges.

Basically, the worst possible punishment he faces is being forced to retire and collect his pension.  If he's too young, he'll go get a better paying job as a Sergeant in New Jersey or Long Island.  SInce his name is being kept confidential, nobody will ever know anyway.

And yet they wonder why there is such an undercurrent of disgust and distrust for them among the populous at large.
At some point this crap HAS to stop, or there will be a tipping point and things with get ugly and nasty. And bad things WILL start to happen to them.

=============

We've past that tipping point.....as concerns the 1%.  For decades now the badge clowns have been farking the 99% with impunity.  Apparently the badge clown in question didn't get the memo about how farking with 1% banksters is a no-no.  Maybe his bosses believed it was just common knowledge?  The NYPD will now haul all its officers in for a bit of retraining.   Farking with the 99% is still encouraged.   Look cross-eyed at a bankster driving a $100K SUV, and you're walking a beat in the South Bronx.

Jesus Christ. HE. IS. NOT. A. BANKER.

How many times does this need repeated?


Does he run IT operations at some firm downtown?
 
gja
2013-10-09 03:45:08 PM  

Moopy Mac: jayphat: Fissile: gja: fnordfocus: gja: This could be a watermark case in that it will uncover some really ugly things the PDs like to keep hidden.
Finally, there is evidence that they have in their ranks those who are willing to aid and abet others in breaking the law as willful participants.

Let's see, the Officer is facing internal administrative charges instead of criminal charges.

Basically, the worst possible punishment he faces is being forced to retire and collect his pension.  If he's too young, he'll go get a better paying job as a Sergeant in New Jersey or Long Island.  SInce his name is being kept confidential, nobody will ever know anyway.

And yet they wonder why there is such an undercurrent of disgust and distrust for them among the populous at large.
At some point this crap HAS to stop, or there will be a tipping point and things with get ugly and nasty. And bad things WILL start to happen to them.

=============

We've past that tipping point.....as concerns the 1%.  For decades now the badge clowns have been farking the 99% with impunity.  Apparently the badge clown in question didn't get the memo about how farking with 1% banksters is a no-no.  Maybe his bosses believed it was just common knowledge?  The NYPD will now haul all its officers in for a bit of retraining.   Farking with the 99% is still encouraged.   Look cross-eyed at a bankster driving a $100K SUV, and you're walking a beat in the South Bronx.

Jesus Christ. HE. IS. NOT. A. BANKER.

How many times does this need repeated?

Does he run IT operations at some firm downtown?


Doesn't really matter as I see it. Station/status in life has no bearing on this issue in my eyes. NYPD is a group that needs to clean up their own backyard and start living by the same set of laws the rest of us do, or there will be a continual down-slide in relations with the public at large.
If this case isn't enough for them to get it through their shiat-for-brains skulls then ultimately they are going to have to live with people not respecting them and taking any possible chance to run down their reputation and use it against them whenever they want salary/benefits upgrades.

I hope the involved officers are placed on foot duty right down by the water in Battery Park for the entire winter so they can freeze their nuts off.
 
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