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2013-12-15 07:31:52 PM  
most of the drug buys were for small amounts of marijuana.

Sure glad those dangerous criminals are off the streets. A productive use of our tax dollars, that's for certain.
 
2013-12-15 07:33:52 PM  

fusillade762: most of the drug buys were for small amounts of marijuana.

Sure glad those dangerous criminals are off the streets. A productive use of our tax dollars, that's for certain.


The law is the law! Zero tolerance for criminal scum.

And don't be obtuse. All laws are equally important, unless, of course, you can afford a very expensive lawyer.

These kids can't, so they deserve jail!
 
2013-12-15 07:36:08 PM  
Please tell me it was the McQaid brothers
 
2013-12-15 07:38:28 PM  
Officer McSwirley still has flashbacks to his days in high School.

i.imgur.com

He still wipes inside his ear and deodorizes it, as the toilet had not been flushed before...
 
2013-12-15 07:39:03 PM  

fusillade762: most of the drug buys were for small amounts of marijuana.

Sure glad those dangerous criminals are off the streets. A productive use of our tax dollars, that's for certain.


I am believe in letting people pick their own poison just as much as the next person, but keep it away from schools.

If you want to deal or buy, do it somewhere else.
 
2013-12-15 07:40:26 PM  
and various prescription pills.

Bennett said most of the drug buys were for small amounts of marijuana

Man, I feel safer
 
2013-12-15 07:41:26 PM  
I would like to know what the female office who can pass herself off as a teenage girl looks like...
 
2013-12-15 07:41:27 PM  

zzrhardy: fusillade762: most of the drug buys were for small amounts of marijuana.

Sure glad those dangerous criminals are off the streets. A productive use of our tax dollars, that's for certain.

I am believe in letting people pick their own poison just as much as the next person, but keep it away from schools.

If you want to deal or buy, do it somewhere else.


Think of the children?

The children are who are buying and selling...
 
2013-12-15 07:42:01 PM  

GBmanNC: I would like to know what the female office who can pass herself off as a teenage girl looks like...

Officer that is...
 
2013-12-15 07:42:46 PM  

GBmanNC: GBmanNC: I would like to know what the female office who can pass herself off as a teenage girl looks like...
Officer that is...


Whoever she is, she could get work at any number of websites.
 
2013-12-15 07:42:53 PM  
I liked that movie.
 
2013-12-15 07:44:36 PM  
High school, the time that's for building the whole life that's ahead of you. That is unless the police are overfunded,
 
2013-12-15 07:46:21 PM  

ThatGuyFromTheInternet: High school, the time that's for building the whole life that's ahead of you. That is unless the police are overfunded,


These kids are building their lives.

Their lives of crime, since they'll not be employable any more. It's good they have this head start!
 
2013-12-15 07:47:59 PM  

js34603: I liked that movie.


Agreed. Thought it would be stupid and derivative. But found it to be an awesome sendup that poked fun at the whole "make movies of nostalgic crap shows/movies genre".
 
2013-12-15 07:51:09 PM  
I'm waiting for them to be busted for fooling around with high school girls.
 
2013-12-15 07:55:38 PM  
I don't just wanna see the female officer, I wanna see any police officer who can pass for under 18.
 
2013-12-15 07:56:46 PM  
"...pupils were left stunned when police turned up on Thursday morning with arrest warrants for 22 students."

Which will be used to leverage them into ratting out their suppliers, I hope?

Side note: If you want to protect kids in Riverside, CA...give them clean air to breathe.
 
2013-12-15 07:58:21 PM  

xgollum: I don't just wanna see the female officer, I wanna see any police officer who can pass for under 18.


Wanna have your seat but don't wanna be over there?
 
2013-12-15 07:58:35 PM  

GBmanNC: I would like to know what the female office who can pass herself off as a teenage girl looks like...


sendtodave: GBmanNC: GBmanNC: I would like to know what the female office who can pass herself off as a teenage girl looks like...
Officer that is...

Whoever she is, she could get work at any number of websites.


You two must not watch much TV. Pretty much every TV show with girls aged 15-18 are played by actresses in their early 20s. Most people would be hard pressed to tell the difference between girls between the ages of 16-20 anyway.
 
2013-12-15 08:02:07 PM  
www.997thepoint.com
 
2013-12-15 08:03:24 PM  
A sweep with the drug dog through the hallways and each of the classrooms would have been faster and much more fun.

You use 2 drug dogs and one K-9 dog. The K-9 walks the hallways slowly and easily seen. The drug dog sits inside the bathroom with a couple of officers of the correct gender. If a student actually has to use the bathroom and doesn't wag the dog, they are escorted quietly to a secondary room like the library or lunch hall to wait until the bust is over. After a full sweep of hallways by one of the drug dogs, send the students to an assembly to explain what has happened and file them into the auditorium single door and class at a time with one of the drug dogs on the inside of the room next to the door.

Cheap and simple and only as invasive as grabbing them out of class.
 
2013-12-15 08:03:46 PM  
This also happened at my high school back in '85. It was just as stupid then, no one moved more than an eighth at a time. Although the LSD might have been a motivator.
 
2013-12-15 08:04:39 PM  

ReapTheChaos: GBmanNC: I would like to know what the female office who can pass herself off as a teenage girl looks like...

sendtodave: GBmanNC: GBmanNC: I would like to know what the female office who can pass herself off as a teenage girl looks like...
Officer that is...

Whoever she is, she could get work at any number of websites.

You two must not watch much TV. Pretty much every TV show with girls aged 15-18 are played by actresses in their early 20s. Most people would be hard pressed to tell the difference between girls between the ages of 16-20 anyway.


Is it because of the small boobies?
 
2013-12-15 08:09:56 PM  

ReapTheChaos: Most people would be hard pressed to tell the difference between girls between the ages of 16-20 anyway.


It seems like it was easier to tell back when I was that age. I wonder how many drugs these officers did in the name of enforcing the laws against doing drugs.
 
2013-12-15 08:16:58 PM  

gozar_the_destroyer: A sweep with the drug dog through the hallways and each of the classrooms would have been faster and much more fun.

You use 2 drug dogs and one K-9 dog. The K-9 walks the hallways slowly and easily seen. .........

m0vie.files.wordpress.com

 
2013-12-15 08:21:42 PM  
gozar the destroyer:   Whoever she is, she could get work at any number of websites.

You two must not watch much TV. Pretty much every TV show with girls aged 15-18 are played by actresses in their early 20s. Most people would be hard pressed to tell the difference between girls between the ages of 16-20 anyway.

Is it because of the small boobies?



These teenage gals have fairly decent sized sweater puppies:

memedepot.com
 
2013-12-15 08:26:56 PM  
So, the police, who are paid by tax money, spent time occupying seats in public schools, which are also paid for by our tax money.

Isn't that sort of double-dipping? Shouldn't we have a right to ask for some refund?
 
2013-12-15 08:29:10 PM  
Living in Riverside, I was quite confused, because there is no such school as "Riverside High School".  Of course, since this is a British tabloid, it figures they couldn't get anything right about the story.  There were undercover officers at two separate schools, neither named "Riverside High School", and neither in in the City of Riverside (both are in the County of Riverside, which, by the way, is larger than some states).

Better article here:

http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-deputies-undercover-rive rs ide-county-schools-20131213,0,6138252.story#axzz2nb3s4Eu1

"What they uncovered led to the arrests at Perris High School in Perris and Paloma Valley High School in Menifee, the Riverside County Sheriff's Department said."
 
2013-12-15 08:30:36 PM  

gozar_the_destroyer: ReapTheChaos: GBmanNC: I would like to know what the female office who can pass herself off as a teenage girl looks like...

sendtodave: GBmanNC: GBmanNC: I would like to know what the female office who can pass herself off as a teenage girl looks like...
Officer that is...

Whoever she is, she could get work at any number of websites.

You two must not watch much TV. Pretty much every TV show with girls aged 15-18 are played by actresses in their early 20s. Most people would be hard pressed to tell the difference between girls between the ages of 16-20 anyway.

Is it because of the small boobies?


The one at my school was ugly enough that she didn't bear closer inspection and nondescript enough that she didn't leave much of a mark on your memory.
 
2013-12-15 08:30:52 PM  
Pfffffffffffft, I'd rather see them do a version of 'Lethal Weapon 5' from 'It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia'!!! Rather than their usual real-life reenactment of 'Training Day' and 'Fruitvale Station' everyday.
 
2013-12-15 08:32:31 PM  

goatleggedfellow: Side note: If you want to protect kids in Riverside, CA...give them clean air to breathe.


I've lived in Riverside my entire life, and strong pollution regulation by the state and local governments have significantly improved the air quality over the years.  It used to be horrible, now it's merely "below average".  It may seem like small bragging, but there really has been a very significant improvement since the early 1980's when I was a child here.
 
2013-12-15 08:42:15 PM  
I am convinced that the damage done by arresting these kids for selling dime bags is much worse than any damage said dime bags would have done.

Seriously, bullying in schools is a bigger problem than drugs (usually). Cops, especially undercover cops, shouldn't be in schools unless there are serious problems like gangs.
 
2013-12-15 08:43:35 PM  
I'll come out and say it: the remake was a surprisingly watchable movie. There, you may begin judging me.
 
2013-12-15 08:44:45 PM  
"Bennett said most of the drug buys were for small amounts of marijuana." Gosh I feel so much safer. These crime-fighting heroes surely deserve our respect for undertaking such a dangerous assignment to rid the streets of these hardened criminals.
 
2013-12-15 09:19:53 PM  

sendtodave: GBmanNC: GBmanNC: I would like to know what the female office who can pass herself off as a teenage girl looks like...
Officer that is...

Whoever she is, she could get work at any number of websites.


Was it a Catholic school?
 
2013-12-15 09:20:58 PM  
25.media.tumblr.com
 
2013-12-15 09:29:59 PM  

TV's Vinnie: So, the police, who are paid by tax money, spent time occupying seats in public schools, which are also paid for by our tax money.

Isn't that sort of double-dipping? Shouldn't we have a right to ask for some refund?


Just send me the small amounts of marijuana and I'm willing to call it even.
 
2013-12-15 09:30:32 PM  
When I was a cop, I could pass for fifteen.
They wanted me to do that.
I was like, fark you, I'm here for evil people, not kids.
That put me on a list.

I'm proud to be on lists.

fark the nsa, the dhs, the patriot act, the tsa, and ice.

Obviously, not a cop anymore.
I couldn't be an asshole for a living.
 
2013-12-15 09:44:19 PM  

vudukungfu: When I was a cop, I could pass for fifteen.
They wanted me to do that.
I was like, fark you, I'm here for evil people, not kids.
That put me on a list.

I'm proud to be on lists.

fark the nsa, the dhs, the patriot act, the tsa, and ice.

Obviously, not a cop anymore.
I couldn't be an asshole for a living.


How about for a hobby?
 
2013-12-15 09:44:37 PM  

fusillade762: most of the drug buys were for small amounts of marijuana.

Sure glad those dangerous criminals are off the streets. A productive use of our tax dollars, that's for certain.


We took those monsters out of the classroom and put them into prison, where they obviously will be reformed by their harsh treatment.
 
2013-12-15 09:48:17 PM  

fusillade762: most of the drug buys were for small amounts of marijuana.

Sure glad those dangerous criminals are off the streets. A productive use of our tax dollars, that's for certain.


Funny how the only thing dangerous about pot is being caught by the pigs with it on you.
 
2013-12-15 09:50:54 PM  
Would be interesting to use science and look at the harm of the drug use vs. the harm of being arrested as a child.

I wonder if any of the cops ever had a decent moment where they wanted to help the students rather than getting off on getting evidence.
 
2013-12-15 09:51:50 PM  

SirEattonHogg: gozar the destroyer:   Whoever she is, she could get work at any number of websites.

You two must not watch much TV. Pretty much every TV show with girls aged 15-18 are played by actresses in their early 20s. Most people would be hard pressed to tell the difference between girls between the ages of 16-20 anyway.

Is it because of the small boobies?


These teenage gals have fairly decent sized sweater puppies:


I would have a seat right over there so hard.
 
2013-12-15 10:07:58 PM  
I do not know how it is ethical for law enforcement to participate in the daily emotional lives of teenagers like that. the power dynamic is incredibly skewed. A psychologist or anthropologist would go to prison for undercover shiat like that, and no academic ethics review board would allow it, because of the manipulative ways, even unintentional, they could misuse their experiences and their observations to gain the upper hand in stressful and hormone-driven situations. Adults should just not be allowed to participate in conversations about friendship, love, sex, death, music, work, and all the other things that teenagers do, undercover.

Just the tip of the iceberg: how traumatized must an innocent student be to think that they gave information about the whereabouts of one of the arrested students, passed in a note about secret crushes, during math class? From the point of view of the students, she would be a pariah and a snitch, from her own point of view, she can never trust friendship again because the police really did use her as a patsy for their spy games (this could lead to PTSD or  a guilt/paranoia complex). And from the point of view of the state, they now have an entire high school that knows they are targets of the police, not protected by them,. The state must realize they are demonstrating to the students what their future holds: adversaries around every corner.

How is this even contemplated by the courts?
 
2013-12-15 10:10:56 PM  

swingerofbirches: Would be interesting to use science and look at the harm of the drug use vs. the harm of being arrested as a child.

I wonder if any of the cops ever had a decent moment where they wanted to help the students rather than getting off on getting evidence.


That's not possible. The kids should feel lucky the cops didn't shoot them or their dogs
 
2013-12-15 10:12:03 PM  

Bennie Crabtree: How is this even contemplated by the courts?


Prisons are like hotels. Once you build them, you have to keep the occupancy rate up or else you lose money on them. We're building new prisons constantly, even though we already imprison the most people of any country on the planet. Do the math.
 
2013-12-15 10:16:02 PM  

Bennie Crabtree: I do not know how it is ethical for law enforcement to participate in the daily emotional lives of teenagers like that. the power dynamic is incredibly skewed. A psychologist or anthropologist would go to prison for undercover shiat like that, and no academic ethics review board would allow it, because of the manipulative ways, even unintentional, they could misuse their experiences and their observations to gain the upper hand in stressful and hormone-driven situations. Adults should just not be allowed to participate in conversations about friendship, love, sex, death, music, work, and all the other things that teenagers do, undercover.


Cameron Crowe would disagree. So would every fan of "Fast Times at Ridgemont High".
 
2013-12-15 10:19:24 PM  

Bennie Crabtree: I do not know how it is ethical for law enforcement to participate in the daily emotional lives of teenagers like that. the power dynamic is incredibly skewed. A psychologist or anthropologist would go to prison for undercover shiat like that, and no academic ethics review board would allow it, because of the manipulative ways, even unintentional, they could misuse their experiences and their observations to gain the upper hand in stressful and hormone-driven situations. Adults should just not be allowed to participate in conversations about friendship, love, sex, death, music, work, and all the other things that teenagers do, undercover.

Just the tip of the iceberg: how traumatized must an innocent student be to think that they gave information about the whereabouts of one of the arrested students, passed in a note about secret crushes, during math class? From the point of view of the students, she would be a pariah and a snitch, from her own point of view, she can never trust friendship again because the police really did use her as a patsy for their spy games (this could lead to PTSD or  a guilt/paranoia complex). And from the point of view of the state, they now have an entire high school that knows they are targets of the police, not protected by them,. The state must realize they are demonstrating to the students what their future holds: adversaries around every corner.

How is this even contemplated by the courts?


Let's see how this plays out. There's an excellent chance It could backfire badly eg if one of these kids commits suicide.

Cops like this are nothing but cruel bullies and deserve only contempt for this little hunting expedition.

Unfortunately, they will always get 100% support from the vast unwashed mass of dumbasses who still buy into this whole "war on drugs" nonsense.
 
2013-12-15 10:25:55 PM  

fusillade762: most of the drug buys were for small amounts of marijuana.

Sure glad those dangerous criminals are off the streets. A productive use of our tax dollars, that's for certain.


Do not do the crime if you are unwilling to do the time.  If those dumb ass kids had just obeyed the law then they would not be in jail.  So blame them for being a bunch of morans, not the police for doing their job.

With that being said, I wonder what their GPA was while they were undercover?
 
2013-12-15 10:58:15 PM  

GBmanNC: I would like to know what the female office who can pass herself off as a teenage girl looks like...


A rather attractive chick that I went to highschool with joined the local police dep't after college and went undercover at a school on the other side of the county to bust kids for dealing petty amounts of drugs. I stopped wanting to bang her when I heard that.
 
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