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2020-06-30 2:02:31 PM  
Many cops still think this was funny.

We kneed to knit the thin blue line in to a piece of thin blue fabric, wipe our asses on it, and flush it.
 
2020-06-30 3:14:03 PM  
He died days later of "undetermined" causes.

Sure, Jan.
 
2020-06-30 6:21:46 PM  
"Thursday afternoon, I was apprised of allegations reported to Internal Affairs by an Aurora Police Officer alleging multiple Aurora Police officers were depicted in photographs near the site where Elijah McClain died," Vanessa Wilson said in the statement.

It was a cop that turned them in. At least some cops are getting sick of this shiat.
 
2020-06-30 8:38:55 PM  
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2020-06-30 8:40:11 PM  

CruiserTwelve: "Thursday afternoon, I was apprised of allegations reported to Internal Affairs by an Aurora Police Officer alleging multiple Aurora Police officers were depicted in photographs near the site where Elijah McClain died," Vanessa Wilson said in the statement.

It was a cop that turned them in. At least some cops are getting sick of this shiat.


I really want to stop posting these things.
 
2020-06-30 8:40:48 PM  
I feel such a complete lack of surprise it borders on precognition.
 
2020-06-30 8:42:22 PM  
They killed the real life Steve Erkle and think it funny.  All three of the officers involved had their body cameras fall off during the incident.  Imagine that.
 
2020-06-30 8:45:40 PM  
Medics who responded injected him with ketamine, and McClain went into cardiac arrest on the way to the hospital.

I'm not a doctor, but is that SOP for someone who's been asphyxiated?
 
2020-06-30 8:45:43 PM  

CruiserTwelve: "Thursday afternoon, I was apprised of allegations reported to Internal Affairs by an Aurora Police Officer alleging multiple Aurora Police officers were depicted in photographs near the site where Elijah McClain died," Vanessa Wilson said in the statement.

It was a cop that turned them in. At least some cops are getting sick of this shiat.


If the rank-and-file ever find out who he is....
 
2020-06-30 8:45:56 PM  

CruiserTwelve: "Thursday afternoon, I was apprised of allegations reported to Internal Affairs by an Aurora Police Officer alleging multiple Aurora Police officers were depicted in photographs near the site where Elijah McClain died," Vanessa Wilson said in the statement.

It was a cop that turned them in. At least some cops are getting sick of this shiat.


They'll figure out who turned them in, and that cop is gonna be a target.
 
2020-06-30 8:47:41 PM  

CruiserTwelve: "Thursday afternoon, I was apprised of allegations reported to Internal Affairs by an Aurora Police Officer alleging multiple Aurora Police officers were depicted in photographs near the site where Elijah McClain died," Vanessa Wilson said in the statement.

It was a cop that turned them in. At least some cops are getting sick of this shiat.


One piece of corn doesn't unspoil the log.
 
2020-06-30 8:48:06 PM  

allears: CruiserTwelve: "Thursday afternoon, I was apprised of allegations reported to Internal Affairs by an Aurora Police Officer alleging multiple Aurora Police officers were depicted in photographs near the site where Elijah McClain died," Vanessa Wilson said in the statement.

It was a cop that turned them in. At least some cops are getting sick of this shiat.

They'll figure out who turned them in, and that cop is gonna be a target.


Ninja'd by seconds! Congratulations!
 
2020-06-30 8:49:56 PM  

fusillade762: Medics who responded injected him with ketamine, and McClain went into cardiac arrest on the way to the hospital.

I'm not a doctor, but is that SOP for someone who's been asphyxiated?


No, it's the new cop go-to "safe way" to subdue someone. Unfortunately, it sometimes kills people.
 
2020-06-30 8:51:14 PM  

eiger: fusillade762: Medics who responded injected him with ketamine, and McClain went into cardiac arrest on the way to the hospital.

I'm not a doctor, but is that SOP for someone who's been asphyxiated?

No, it's the new cop go-to "safe way" to subdue someone. Unfortunately, it sometimes kills people.


Oops, forgot link: https://www.thecut.com/2020/06/​elijah-​mcclain-injected-with-ketamine.html
 
2020-06-30 8:53:28 PM  
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2020-06-30 8:59:24 PM  

fusillade762: Medics who responded injected him with ketamine, and McClain went into cardiac arrest on the way to the hospital.

I'm not a doctor, but is that SOP for someone who's been asphyxiated?


It's apparently actually used by EMTs for sedative purposes in part because it doesn't depress respiration. Also has a high LD-50. They also used a carotid hold. Here's a pretty detailed factual description of what happened, note the extreme vagueness around the carotid hold and the ketamine timing on page 3 and how they could well have happened at about the same time.
 
2020-06-30 9:04:20 PM  
New York police mocking Eric Garner's dying words with "I can breathe" shirts.

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2020-06-30 9:10:52 PM  
There's an awful lot of just a few bad apples...

farking pigs
 
2020-06-30 9:11:37 PM  
suspended with pay

that'll learn 'em
 
2020-06-30 9:14:57 PM  
Those f*ckers are sick.
 
2020-06-30 9:15:40 PM  

CruiserTwelve: "Thursday afternoon, I was apprised of allegations reported to Internal Affairs by an Aurora Police Officer alleging multiple Aurora Police officers were depicted in photographs near the site where Elijah McClain died," Vanessa Wilson said in the statement.

It was a cop that turned them in. At least some cops are getting sick of this shiat.


And that's so rare it's news.
 
2020-06-30 9:19:22 PM  
I've known some good cops and some bad cops.  A bit like heart surgery, you don't want any bad cops in the system.  Very hard to find out until it's too late, much like a bad heart surgeon.
 
2020-06-30 9:21:03 PM  

fusillade762: Medics who responded injected him with ketamine, and McClain went into cardiac arrest on the way to the hospital.

I'm not a doctor, but is that SOP for someone who's been asphyxiated?


The only time I've ever seen it used was for severe pain due to either pancreatitis or cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome. (The person has both.) That is some farked up shiat.
 
2020-06-30 9:24:01 PM  

El_Dan: fusillade762: Medics who responded injected him with ketamine, and McClain went into cardiac arrest on the way to the hospital.

I'm not a doctor, but is that SOP for someone who's been asphyxiated?

It's apparently actually used by EMTs for sedative purposes in part because it doesn't depress respiration. Also has a high LD-50. They also used a carotid hold. Here's a pretty detailed factual description of what happened, note the extreme vagueness around the carotid hold and the ketamine timing on page 3 and how they could well have happened at about the same time.


Even if that's true, there's no way COPS should be administering a drug like that to people they know NOTHING about.
 
2020-06-30 9:29:54 PM  

ShavedOrangutan: CruiserTwelve: "Thursday afternoon, I was apprised of allegations reported to Internal Affairs by an Aurora Police Officer alleging multiple Aurora Police officers were depicted in photographs near the site where Elijah McClain died," Vanessa Wilson said in the statement.

It was a cop that turned them in. At least some cops are getting sick of this shiat.

I really want to stop posting these things.


This is where the math doesn't add up.  I've heard the percentage of really bad cops are 1-5%, and not so good cops about 20%.  So 75% should be good cops, right?  But it is less than 1% of cops who will fight to the end like a true hero.  So when someone says cops are heroes, no, no they are not.  Heroes go down fighting for truth and justice like this man.  "Oh, but their lives are on the line.  They can be shot at any time."  So can I, so can I, just for hanging out in my own backyard, because cops around me don't do their job.

/for the record, minutes ago, I woke up from my nap in my hammock looked up at the clear sky, enjoying the summer air cooling off, and listening to the sounds of my neighborhood, with my book on my chest.  I hear people, I hear random fireworks, I hear motors going around on the streets.  But I also heard someone clearly firing 5 rounds from a handgun.  I have no doubt, as I've heard these noises, I've come to know the difference between gun fire, and fireworks.  I'm going with 9mm, as a .22 is a little easier to confuse with fireworks, and not as loud as .357 or .44.
//so tell me how cops are heroes
 
2020-06-30 9:36:16 PM  
ACAB.
 
2020-06-30 9:42:26 PM  

Stud Gerbil: suspended with pay

that'll learn 'em


Most places that have such a policy, if you lose your administrative hearing, you have to return the pay accrued while on leave.

But these are police, so that doesn't apply - they won't be held accountable.
 
2020-06-30 9:56:30 PM  

El_Dan: fusillade762: Medics who responded injected him with ketamine, and McClain went into cardiac arrest on the way to the hospital.

I'm not a doctor, but is that SOP for someone who's been asphyxiated?

It's apparently actually used by EMTs for sedative purposes in part because it doesn't depress respiration. Also has a high LD-50. They also used a carotid hold. Here's a pretty detailed factual description of what happened, note the extreme vagueness around the carotid hold and the ketamine timing on page 3 and how they could well have happened at about the same time.


According to Drugs.com, one of the side effects of ketamine is short-term memory loss. I wonder if the cops know this...
https://www.drugs.com/illicit/ketamin​e​.html
 
2020-06-30 9:56:35 PM  
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2020-06-30 9:59:13 PM  
Medics who responded injected him with ketamine, and McClain went into cardiac arrest on the way to the hospital.

injected him with KETAMINE??? injected him with KETAMINE??? you don't just inject some random person whose medical history you know NOTHING about with KETAMINE! this is NOT a drug to play with!

/unless you're at a rave
 
2020-06-30 10:35:24 PM  

CruiserTwelve: "Thursday afternoon, I was apprised of allegations reported to Internal Affairs by an Aurora Police Officer alleging multiple Aurora Police officers were depicted in photographs near the site where Elijah McClain died," Vanessa Wilson said in the statement.

It was a cop that turned them in. At least some cops are getting sick of this shiat.


one in a row
 
2020-06-30 10:39:58 PM  

CruiserTwelve: "Thursday afternoon, I was apprised of allegations reported to Internal Affairs by an Aurora Police Officer alleging multiple Aurora Police officers were depicted in photographs near the site where Elijah McClain died," Vanessa Wilson said in the statement.

It was a cop that turned them in. At least some cops are getting sick of this shiat.


The cop that turned them in is more likely to get fired.
 
2020-06-30 10:40:12 PM  

Allegrita: Medics who responded injected him with ketamine, and McClain went into cardiac arrest on the way to the hospital.

injected him with KETAMINE??? injected him with KETAMINE??? you don't just inject some random person whose medical history you know NOTHING about with KETAMINE! this is NOT a drug to play with!

/unless you're at a rave


Or unless you want someone to never speak again, especially about what you did to them. Look how long they kept this one under wraps because their victim died and couldn't speak out about what they did to him. If you fark up and someone gets hurt, they can point the finger at you and you could face severe consequences. If you fark up and someone dies, and are deeply tied to criminal investigations and processing of the deceased, well, the dead can't contradict what you say happened.

I suspect this realization was in play in more than one of the many killings over the past, well, forever.
 
2020-06-30 10:49:38 PM  

Nobody in Peculiar: El_Dan: fusillade762: Medics who responded injected him with ketamine, and McClain went into cardiac arrest on the way to the hospital.

I'm not a doctor, but is that SOP for someone who's been asphyxiated?

It's apparently actually used by EMTs for sedative purposes in part because it doesn't depress respiration. Also has a high LD-50. They also used a carotid hold. Here's a pretty detailed factual description of what happened, note the extreme vagueness around the carotid hold and the ketamine timing on page 3 and how they could well have happened at about the same time.

According to Drugs.com, one of the side effects of ketamine is short-term memory loss. I wonder if the cops know this...
https://www.drugs.com/illicit/ketamine​.html


If they received proper instruction in its use, then yes.

If they're using it based on what they learned from social media or their union, then yes.
 
2020-06-30 10:50:22 PM  
The Golden State Killer just plead guilty to 13 murders and 13 rapes, plus more.
Oh, BTW, he was an ex-cop.
I'm sure those guys tell some sordid stories of adventure.
 
2020-06-30 10:56:27 PM  

Pichu0102: Look how long they kept this one under wraps because their victim died and couldn't speak out about what they did to him.


It was widely reported on locally when it happened and there were local protests. It wasn't until after George Floyd's death that it attracted national attention.
 
2020-06-30 11:06:46 PM  

CruiserTwelve: Pichu0102: Look how long they kept this one under wraps because their victim died and couldn't speak out about what they did to him.

It was widely reported on locally when it happened and there were local protests. It wasn't until after George Floyd's death that it attracted national attention.


cops killed another innocent black man without consequence.

and they think it's farking funny.

human scum.
 
2020-06-30 11:18:10 PM  

Allegrita: Medics who responded injected him with ketamine, and McClain went into cardiac arrest on the way to the hospital.

injected him with KETAMINE??? injected him with KETAMINE??? you don't just inject some random person whose medical history you know NOTHING about with KETAMINE! this is NOT a drug to play with!

/unless you're at a rave


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2020-06-30 11:23:48 PM  

CruiserTwelve: Pichu0102: Look how long they kept this one under wraps because their victim died and couldn't speak out about what they did to him.

It was widely reported on locally when it happened and there were local protests. It wasn't until after George Floyd's death that it attracted national attention.


At this point, I doubt you're even a real person.
What language are you written in?
 
2020-07-01 12:03:20 AM  

Begoggle: At this point, I doubt you're even a real person.


What did I say that could have possibly led you to think that? I live in the Denver area. I remember clearly when this happened. Just because you didn't hear about until months after it happened doesn't mean anyone was covering it up.
 
2020-07-01 12:14:42 AM  

Begoggle: CruiserTwelve: Pichu0102: Look how long they kept this one under wraps because their victim died and couldn't speak out about what they did to him.

It was widely reported on locally when it happened and there were local protests. It wasn't until after George Floyd's death that it attracted national attention.

At this point, I doubt you're even a real person.
What language are you written in?


GreaseScript
 
2020-07-01 2:34:31 AM  

El_Dan: fusillade762: Medics who responded injected him with ketamine, and McClain went into cardiac arrest on the way to the hospital.

I'm not a doctor, but is that SOP for someone who's been asphyxiated?

It's apparently actually used by EMTs for sedative purposes in part because it doesn't depress respiration. Also has a high LD-50. They also used a carotid hold. Here's a pretty detailed factual description of what happened, note the extreme vagueness around the carotid hold and the ketamine timing on page 3 and how they could well have happened at about the same time.


I have carotid damage and issues and difficulty breathing all the time.

I can only imagine a cop killing me like that...only slowly..far more slowly. So since it's medical malpractice and not a cop and slow instead of fast, it's "technically" legal. The best kind. Feres doctrine.

Why do i bring up shiat about me? Because it is. The same brutality that killed him is killing me. The exact same kind.
 
2020-07-01 2:35:32 AM  

lack of warmth: ShavedOrangutan: CruiserTwelve: "Thursday afternoon, I was apprised of allegations reported to Internal Affairs by an Aurora Police Officer alleging multiple Aurora Police officers were depicted in photographs near the site where Elijah McClain died," Vanessa Wilson said in the statement.

It was a cop that turned them in. At least some cops are getting sick of this shiat.

I really want to stop posting these things.

This is where the math doesn't add up.  I've heard the percentage of really bad cops are 1-5%, and not so good cops about 20%.  So 75% should be good cops, right?  But it is less than 1% of cops who will fight to the end like a true hero.  So when someone says cops are heroes, no, no they are not.  Heroes go down fighting for truth and justice like this man.  "Oh, but their lives are on the line.  They can be shot at any time."  So can I, so can I, just for hanging out in my own backyard, because cops around me don't do their job.

/for the record, minutes ago, I woke up from my nap in my hammock looked up at the clear sky, enjoying the summer air cooling off, and listening to the sounds of my neighborhood, with my book on my chest.  I hear people, I hear random fireworks, I hear motors going around on the streets.  But I also heard someone clearly firing 5 rounds from a handgun.  I have no doubt, as I've heard these noises, I've come to know the difference between gun fire, and fireworks.  I'm going with 9mm, as a .22 is a little easier to confuse with fireworks, and not as loud as .357 or .44.
//so tell me how cops are heroes


I still trust LEO's more than medical professionals. But that's just me. I know it's easier for a doctor to do harm than a cop.
 
2020-07-01 2:44:17 AM  

Porkbelly: I've known some good cops and some bad cops.  A bit like heart surgery, you don't want any bad cops in the system.  Very hard to find out until it's too late, much like a bad heart surgeon.


I'm partial to Chris Rock's pilot analogy myself.
 
2020-07-01 3:17:49 AM  

Stud Gerbil: suspended with pay

that'll learn 'em


Prolly required by union-negotiated contract.
 
2020-07-01 6:52:27 AM  

Kirablue42: lack of warmth: ShavedOrangutan: CruiserTwelve: "Thursday afternoon, I was apprised of allegations reported to Internal Affairs by an Aurora Police Officer alleging multiple Aurora Police officers were depicted in photographs near the site where Elijah McClain died," Vanessa Wilson said in the statement.

It was a cop that turned them in. At least some cops are getting sick of this shiat.

I really want to stop posting these things.

This is where the math doesn't add up.  I've heard the percentage of really bad cops are 1-5%, and not so good cops about 20%.  So 75% should be good cops, right?  But it is less than 1% of cops who will fight to the end like a true hero.  So when someone says cops are heroes, no, no they are not.  Heroes go down fighting for truth and justice like this man.  "Oh, but their lives are on the line.  They can be shot at any time."  So can I, so can I, just for hanging out in my own backyard, because cops around me don't do their job.

/for the record, minutes ago, I woke up from my nap in my hammock looked up at the clear sky, enjoying the summer air cooling off, and listening to the sounds of my neighborhood, with my book on my chest.  I hear people, I hear random fireworks, I hear motors going around on the streets.  But I also heard someone clearly firing 5 rounds from a handgun.  I have no doubt, as I've heard these noises, I've come to know the difference between gun fire, and fireworks.  I'm going with 9mm, as a .22 is a little easier to confuse with fireworks, and not as loud as .357 or .44.
//so tell me how cops are heroes

I still trust LEO's more than medical professionals. But that's just me. I know it's easier for a doctor to do harm than a cop.


The main difference being that when a Doctor murders someone, they're held accountable to the Law. Cops almost always get a pass.
 
2020-07-01 7:40:47 AM  

Deathfrogg: Kirablue42: lack of warmth: ShavedOrangutan: CruiserTwelve: "Thursday afternoon, I was apprised of allegations reported to Internal Affairs by an Aurora Police Officer alleging multiple Aurora Police officers were depicted in photographs near the site where Elijah McClain died," Vanessa Wilson said in the statement.

It was a cop that turned them in. At least some cops are getting sick of this shiat.

I really want to stop posting these things.

This is where the math doesn't add up.  I've heard the percentage of really bad cops are 1-5%, and not so good cops about 20%.  So 75% should be good cops, right?  But it is less than 1% of cops who will fight to the end like a true hero.  So when someone says cops are heroes, no, no they are not.  Heroes go down fighting for truth and justice like this man.  "Oh, but their lives are on the line.  They can be shot at any time."  So can I, so can I, just for hanging out in my own backyard, because cops around me don't do their job.

/for the record, minutes ago, I woke up from my nap in my hammock looked up at the clear sky, enjoying the summer air cooling off, and listening to the sounds of my neighborhood, with my book on my chest.  I hear people, I hear random fireworks, I hear motors going around on the streets.  But I also heard someone clearly firing 5 rounds from a handgun.  I have no doubt, as I've heard these noises, I've come to know the difference between gun fire, and fireworks.  I'm going with 9mm, as a .22 is a little easier to confuse with fireworks, and not as loud as .357 or .44.
//so tell me how cops are heroes

I still trust LEO's more than medical professionals. But that's just me. I know it's easier for a doctor to do harm than a cop.

The main difference being that when a Doctor murders someone, they're held accountable to the Law. Cops almost always get a pass.


At minimum, can be sued for a lot of money without the patient's family having to prove the doctor doesn't qualify for immunity.
 
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