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2021-06-10 3:17:35 PM  
A morally outstanding gentleman like this, can always be trusted to do the wrong thing, farking always. That goes for all these kindergarten drop-outs.
 
2021-06-10 3:36:39 PM  
This should be considered a sex crime.  Taking photos of someone's genitalia without their consent is considered a crime, why isn't this?
 
2021-06-10 4:06:24 PM  

ShavedOrangutan: This should be considered a sex crime.  Taking photos of someone's genitalia without their consent is considered a crime, why isn't this?


The issue spotting on this question would result in an essay.
How about, cops don't get to touch your farking phone at all on a traffic stop
 
2021-06-10 4:52:11 PM  

west.la.lawyer: ShavedOrangutan: This should be considered a sex crime.  Taking photos of someone's genitalia without their consent is considered a crime, why isn't this?

The issue spotting on this question would result in an essay.
How about, cops don't get to touch your farking phone at all on a traffic stop


Well now you're just talking nonsense.  Police limitations on a simple stop to discuss a moving violation?

/s
 
2021-06-10 5:21:47 PM  
ACAB

/Always and forever
 
2021-06-10 5:22:22 PM  
It's standard procedure in Minnesota to perform a stripped search.
 
2021-06-10 5:23:19 PM  
Come on guys, there's no way this cop could have known this was a violation of her rights because no cop has ever been convicted of this behavior before.

And no cop ever will be, because there can't be a first time until it has already happened before.
 
2021-06-10 5:24:07 PM  

RolfBlitzer: It's standard procedure in Minnesota to perform a stripped search.


Well he did that wrong too. He never got undressed.
 
2021-06-10 5:26:42 PM  

west.la.lawyer: ShavedOrangutan: This should be considered a sex crime.  Taking photos of someone's genitalia without their consent is considered a crime, why isn't this?

The issue spotting on this question would result in an essay.
How about, cops don't get to touch your farking phone at all on a traffic stop


Technically, they can't  Of course standing on that's going to be a whole farking production of bullshiat and 'my authoritay!' till you come out the other side, and most people aren't going to bother with it.  Which is not so much a bug as a feature for the cops.
 
2021-06-10 5:26:58 PM  
On Tuesday, a state patrol spokesman called Mr Kuehne's actions "reprehensible and inconsistent with the core values of the Minnesota State Patrol".

LOL - that's a good one.

I wonder how much this goes on, and since people don't always link their devices, no one would know.  I'm not sure my android phone would let google know it texted my pictures out.  Unless I looked in Photos and saw it had been shared at some point.

F*cking pigs are f*cking pigs.  Everywhere and always.
 
2021-06-10 5:28:43 PM  
To Perv and Protect
 
2021-06-10 5:29:18 PM  
"Do you know why I pulled you over?"
-No
"I don't know either yet here we are."
 
2021-06-10 5:29:21 PM  

ShavedOrangutan: west.la.lawyer: ShavedOrangutan: This should be considered a sex crime.  Taking photos of someone's genitalia without their consent is considered a crime, why isn't this?

The issue spotting on this question would result in an essay.
How about, cops don't get to touch your farking phone at all on a traffic stop

Well now you're just talking nonsense.  Police limitations on a simple stop to discuss a moving violation?

/s


bingo. if this happened on a True Crime TV show they would have thoroughly inspected the vehicle and naked searched the driver then put her through hours of grueling interrrogation without legal counsel. God forbid anything was found in the motor vehicle it would have been towed and seized and a warrant would have been issued to thoroughly search where she lived.
 
2021-06-10 5:31:00 PM  

Some Junkie Cosmonaut: west.la.lawyer: ShavedOrangutan: This should be considered a sex crime.  Taking photos of someone's genitalia without their consent is considered a crime, why isn't this?

The issue spotting on this question would result in an essay.
How about, cops don't get to touch your farking phone at all on a traffic stop

Technically, they can't  Of course standing on that's going to be a whole farking production of bullshiat and 'my authoritay!' till you come out the other side, and most people aren't going to bother with it.  Which is not so much a bug as a feature for the cops.


you want to see some uncomfortable crazy shiat - search youtube for audit the auditor
 
2021-06-10 5:31:56 PM  
This is why I never unlock my phone, not even to use it.
 
2021-06-10 5:32:32 PM  

bthom37: ACAB

/Always and forever


All Bobbies Are Bastards
 
2021-06-10 5:32:42 PM  
Just another Bad Apple. Weird how they keep popping up, almost like there's a systemic problem or something. Oh well, just give the guy a paid vacation and two hours of sensitivity training, should fix it right up.

Out of curiosity, have we had a thread about the Arkansas state trooper who PITted and flipped a pregnant woman's car because she was looking for a safe place to stop, and Officer Baconator Von Roidrage decided she was taking too long?
 
2021-06-10 5:34:04 PM  
The only shocking parts about any of this are he got fired, and lost his license to be a cop.
 
2021-06-10 5:34:45 PM  

RolfBlitzer: It's standard procedure in Minnesota to perform a stripped search.


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2021-06-10 5:35:26 PM  

xalres: Just another Bad Apple. Weird how they keep popping up, almost like there's a systemic problem or something. Oh well, just give the guy a paid vacation and two hours of sensitivity training, should fix it right up.

Out of curiosity, have we had a thread about the Arkansas state trooper who PITted and flipped a pregnant woman's car because she was looking for a safe place to stop, and Officer Baconator Von Roidrage decided she was taking too long?


https://m.fark.com/comments/11494018/​f​irst
 
2021-06-10 5:42:27 PM  
The woman's boyfriend later found the outgoing texts on a linked device.


Idiot cop wasn't even up-to-date on criminal technology tools.
 
2021-06-10 5:47:47 PM  

Badmoodman: The woman's boyfriend later found the outgoing texts on a linked device.



BF: Er, honey? Why are you sending nude selfies to this number?
GF: huh? I've never sent any nudes, only to you.
BF: Bullshiat. I see them right here...
GF: Honestly, I never sent them to anyone by you...
BF: Stop farking lying to me you dumb cow...see...right....here...
GF: I swear that wasn't me...
 
2021-06-10 5:52:50 PM  

Badmoodman: The woman's boyfriend later found the outgoing texts on a linked device.


Idiot cop wasn't even up-to-date on criminal technology tools.


why would he need to know how technology works?
or the law?
or decency?
 
2021-06-10 5:53:30 PM  

ShavedOrangutan: This should be considered a sex crime.  Taking photos of someone's genitalia without their consent is considered a crime, why isn't this?


That's the point of the plea deal, I think - it's how he dodged being labeled a sex offender.
 
2021-06-10 5:56:05 PM  

west.la.lawyer: ShavedOrangutan: This should be considered a sex crime.  Taking photos of someone's genitalia without their consent is considered a crime, why isn't this?

The issue spotting on this question would result in an essay.
How about, cops don't get to touch your farking phone at all on a traffic stop


Don't forget unauthorized access to a computing device, as well as copyright infringement.
 
2021-06-10 6:01:22 PM  
This.. this kind of story tests my commitment to non-violence.
 
2021-06-10 6:10:28 PM  
As it there aren't already a bajillion better looking nudes just a few clicks away.

/its idiots and assholes all the way down
//thats idiots and assholes, the adult version of chutes and ladders
///support my kickstarter to reserve your founders edition gaming board today
 
2021-06-10 6:12:09 PM  

ShavedOrangutan: This should be considered a sex crime.  Taking photos of someone's genitalia without their consent is considered a crime, why isn't this?


You need to have proper laws in place to protect against this.   Here's a good article form Canada who has been creating new laws for this type of thing.

https://inyourdefence.ca/blog/revenge​-​porn-law-canada/
 
2021-06-10 6:14:18 PM  

fragMasterFlash: As it there aren't already a bajillion better looking nudes just a few clicks away.

/its idiots and assholes all the way down
//thats idiots and assholes, the adult version of chutes and ladders
///support my kickstarter to reserve your founders edition gaming board today


because, like rape, it is not about sex or seeing nudes.  It is about power, control and violence.   I think a person doing this is capable of much more.
 
2021-06-10 6:15:55 PM  

fragMasterFlash: As it there aren't already a bajillion better looking nudes just a few clicks away.

/its idiots and assholes all the way down
//thats idiots and assholes, the adult version of chutes and ladders
///support my kickstarter to reserve your founders edition gaming board today


It's about power, not accessibility.
 
2021-06-10 6:17:17 PM  

west.la.lawyer: ShavedOrangutan: This should be considered a sex crime.  Taking photos of someone's genitalia without their consent is considered a crime, why isn't this?

The issue spotting on this question would result in an essay.
How about, cops don't get to touch your farking phone at all on a traffic stop


If you pulled over someone for suspecting them of texting while driving - you are going to want to see their phone.  Also, you might want to stop them from deleting evidence of it.

I don't this is the case with this perv.  Probably a standing operating procedure with him and might even be the reason he picked her.
 
2021-06-10 6:19:37 PM  

C18H27NO3: "Do you know why I pulled you over?"
-No
"I don't know either yet here we are."


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2021-06-10 6:25:43 PM  

fragMasterFlash: As it there aren't already a bajillion better looking nudes just a few clicks away.

/its idiots and assholes all the way down
//thats idiots and assholes, the adult version of chutes and ladders
///support my kickstarter to reserve your founders edition gaming board today


This. Unlimited porn at your fingertips, but you do this just because you can. It's all about power and intimidation. Dollars to donuts this pos is a rapist or stalker.
 
2021-06-10 6:26:14 PM  

mrshowrules: fragMasterFlash: As it there aren't already a bajillion better looking nudes just a few clicks away.

/its idiots and assholes all the way down
//thats idiots and assholes, the adult version of chutes and ladders
///support my kickstarter to reserve your founders edition gaming board today

because, like rape, it is not about sex or seeing nudes.  It is about power, control and violence.   I think a person doing this is capable of much more.


Get out of my head.
 
2021-06-10 6:31:11 PM  

fragMasterFlash: As it there aren't already a bajillion better looking nudes just a few clicks away.

/its idiots and assholes all the way down
//thats idiots and assholes, the adult version of chutes and ladders
///support my kickstarter to reserve your founders edition gaming board today


But that wouldn't give him the feeling of power and control he so obviously craves.
 
2021-06-10 6:44:06 PM  

Exile On Beale Street: mrshowrules: fragMasterFlash: As it there aren't already a bajillion better looking nudes just a few clicks away.

/its idiots and assholes all the way down
//thats idiots and assholes, the adult version of chutes and ladders
///support my kickstarter to reserve your founders edition gaming board today

because, like rape, it is not about sex or seeing nudes.  It is about power, control and violence.   I think a person doing this is capable of much more.

Get out of my head.


Ya, that's pretty much what you said.  Sometimes harmless behaviour is a sign of much more serious behaviour.  Consider "panty raids", the trope in so many movies especially in the 70's and 80's.

I never got it.   Not my thing but some guys like to break into women's rooms, homes or whatever and steal panties.  Easy to dismiss it as something weird, pervvy or even funny in a harmless way but it is not harmless behaviour.

Not far from my here a Colonel on a military based turned out to be a serial killer.   You can Google "Russell Williams" if you want the story.

Truly horrible but he started with "panty raids" of the women.  Most of the time they didn't even know they were the target.  Photos came out later and women who didn't even now found out how close they were to being his victim.
 
2021-06-10 6:50:00 PM  
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2021-06-10 6:54:13 PM  
"I do not consent to a search of my car or my person"

They'll search anyway, but you'll have standing to argue in court.

Unless they just kill you.  But if that's what they want there's no way for you to prevent it.
 
2021-06-10 6:54:17 PM  

mrshowrules: Exile On Beale Street: mrshowrules: fragMasterFlash: As it there aren't already a bajillion better looking nudes just a few clicks away.

/its idiots and assholes all the way down
//thats idiots and assholes, the adult version of chutes and ladders
///support my kickstarter to reserve your founders edition gaming board today

because, like rape, it is not about sex or seeing nudes.  It is about power, control and violence.   I think a person doing this is capable of much more.

Get out of my head.

Ya, that's pretty much what you said.  Sometimes harmless behaviour is a sign of much more serious behaviour.  Consider "panty raids", the trope in so many movies especially in the 70's and 80's.

I never got it.   Not my thing but some guys like to break into women's rooms, homes or whatever and steal panties.  Easy to dismiss it as something weird, pervvy or even funny in a harmless way but it is not harmless behaviour.

Not far from my here a Colonel on a military based turned out to be a serial killer.   You can Google "Russell Williams" if you want the story.

Truly horrible but he started with "panty raids" of the women.  Most of the time they didn't even know they were the target.  Photos came out later and women who didn't even now found out how close they were to being his victim.


young girls if i'm not mistaken.
 
2021-06-10 7:12:45 PM  
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2021-06-10 7:13:28 PM  
Ah come on, it's no big deal.   If we stop the police from committing sexually inappropriate acts on members of the public what will be the result?  The police will be forced to molest each other.   https://www.nj.com/middlesex/2021/06​/p​olice-lieutenant-accused-of-sexually-h​arassing-groping-2-cops-in-nj-town-law​suits-say.html Do you farkers want that?  You really want to see cops grabbing each other's junk in public?
 
2021-06-10 7:32:45 PM  

RolfBlitzer: xalres: Just another Bad Apple. Weird how they keep popping up, almost like there's a systemic problem or something. Oh well, just give the guy a paid vacation and two hours of sensitivity training, should fix it right up.

Out of curiosity, have we had a thread about the Arkansas state trooper who PITted and flipped a pregnant woman's car because she was looking for a safe place to stop, and Officer Baconator Von Roidrage decided she was taking too long?

https://m.fark.com/comments/11494018/f​irst


And even though the woman was following the official Arkansas police recommendation for pulling over safely - to the farking letter - people white-knighted the cop and insisted the woman was in the wrong for not pulling over immediately.  Cop-suckers never saw a cop peener they didn't want to slobber.
 
2021-06-10 7:33:06 PM  
Hehehehehehehehehe, nice penis hat.
 
2021-06-10 7:36:49 PM  

mrshowrules: west.la.lawyer: ShavedOrangutan: This should be considered a sex crime.  Taking photos of someone's genitalia without their consent is considered a crime, why isn't this?

The issue spotting on this question would result in an essay.
How about, cops don't get to touch your farking phone at all on a traffic stop

If you pulled over someone for suspecting them of texting while driving - you are going to want to see their phone.  Also, you might want to stop them from deleting evidence of it.


Then the prosecution can get a warrant to search the texting history.  The phone company will have logs have texting, so deleting the texts doesn't destroy the evidence.

No-knock raids that are getting innocent people killed use the excuse of preventing the destruction of evidence.
 
2021-06-10 7:50:36 PM  

johnny queso: mrshowrules: Exile On Beale Street: mrshowrules: fragMasterFlash: As it there aren't already a bajillion better looking nudes just a few clicks away.

/its idiots and assholes all the way down
//thats idiots and assholes, the adult version of chutes and ladders
///support my kickstarter to reserve your founders edition gaming board today

because, like rape, it is not about sex or seeing nudes.  It is about power, control and violence.   I think a person doing this is capable of much more.

Get out of my head.

Ya, that's pretty much what you said.  Sometimes harmless behaviour is a sign of much more serious behaviour.  Consider "panty raids", the trope in so many movies especially in the 70's and 80's.

I never got it.   Not my thing but some guys like to break into women's rooms, homes or whatever and steal panties.  Easy to dismiss it as something weird, pervvy or even funny in a harmless way but it is not harmless behaviour.

Not far from my here a Colonel on a military based turned out to be a serial killer.   You can Google "Russell Williams" if you want the story.

Truly horrible but he started with "panty raids" of the women.  Most of the time they didn't even know they were the target.  Photos came out later and women who didn't even now found out how close they were to being his victim.

young girls if i'm not mistaken.


There are more than a couple parallels here.
 
2021-06-10 7:56:33 PM  

OgreMagi: mrshowrules: west.la.lawyer: ShavedOrangutan: This should be considered a sex crime.  Taking photos of someone's genitalia without their consent is considered a crime, why isn't this?

The issue spotting on this question would result in an essay.
How about, cops don't get to touch your farking phone at all on a traffic stop

If you pulled over someone for suspecting them of texting while driving - you are going to want to see their phone.  Also, you might want to stop them from deleting evidence of it.

Then the prosecution can get a warrant to search the texting history.  The phone company will have logs have texting, so deleting the texts doesn't destroy the evidence.

No-knock raids that are getting innocent people killed use the excuse of preventing the destruction of evidence.


I don't like to defend cops and IANAL but if you have probable cause.  Example, seeing the person look down while driving with the light from the phone, shining on their face, that would be probably cause for a search.  Wouldn't it?

Also, telecom records are useless if you don't identify what phone they were using.  Finally, phone records won't tell you if they were simply reading texts or playing Candy Crush.

I think traffic stops in general are bullshiat but I would suggest that a stop for texting while driving has more merit than stopping someone for driving a bit over the limit.
 
2021-06-10 8:02:29 PM  

mrshowrules: I don't like to defend cops and IANAL but if you have probable cause. Example, seeing the person look down while driving with the light from the phone, shining on their face, that would be probably cause for a search. Wouldn't it?


Note if the phone is locked.  Cops can not force you to unlock your phone without a warrant.
 
2021-06-10 8:11:44 PM  

mrshowrules: OgreMagi: mrshowrules: west.la.lawyer: ShavedOrangutan: This should be considered a sex crime.  Taking photos of someone's genitalia without their consent is considered a crime, why isn't this?

The issue spotting on this question would result in an essay.
How about, cops don't get to touch your farking phone at all on a traffic stop

If you pulled over someone for suspecting them of texting while driving - you are going to want to see their phone.  Also, you might want to stop them from deleting evidence of it.

Then the prosecution can get a warrant to search the texting history.  The phone company will have logs have texting, so deleting the texts doesn't destroy the evidence.

No-knock raids that are getting innocent people killed use the excuse of preventing the destruction of evidence.

I don't like to defend cops and IANAL but if you have probable cause.  Example, seeing the person look down while driving with the light from the phone, shining on their face, that would be probably cause for a search.  Wouldn't it?

Also, telecom records are useless if you don't identify what phone they were using.  Finally, phone records won't tell you if they were simply reading texts or playing Candy Crush.

I think traffic stops in general are bullshiat but I would suggest that a stop for texting while driving has more merit than stopping someone for driving a bit over the limit.


If the text were sent or recieved via sms it would show up on your phone records.  Browsing facebook or the internet in general would be harder to prove without examining the phone itself.
 
2021-06-10 10:02:10 PM  

OgreMagi: mrshowrules: I don't like to defend cops and IANAL but if you have probable cause. Example, seeing the person look down while driving with the light from the phone, shining on their face, that would be probably cause for a search. Wouldn't it?

Note if the phone is locked.  Cops can not force you to unlock your phone without a warrant.


They could still confiscate your phone and hold you until they get a warrant - possibly.

My phone is almost always locked.  If a cop asks me for my password (in any situation), I would tell them I sort of know what it is but it is muscle memory.  I would offer to open it for them and then I would quickly put the wrong code in 10 times and thereby turn it into a brick with everything erased.  I would blame the cop.

If they insisted I give them the code, I would give them variations of the wrong password until they turned it into a brick or gave me a chance to type it in for them.
 
2021-06-10 10:09:29 PM  

mrshowrules: They could still confiscate your phone and hold you until they get a warrant - possibly.


Yep.  That's exactly what they are supposed to do if they have probable cause.  Forcing you to unlock it would otherwise be a civil rights violation.  Simply taking the phone without arrest would be a big no-no.  And arresting over a traffic ticket is not going to look good in front of a judge.  Basically, unless the cop is a major dick (entirely possible), they aren't going to get to look inside your phone unless you let them.
 
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