Discussion in 'On Topic' started by jehan60188, Apr 3, 2009.
Can't blog? What, there's no coffee shoppes in Phoenix?
they even took his fucking tax papers.
TS is right, at least they didn't shoot his dog, they did damn near everything else.
they probably raped the roommate
I think he found representation quickly.
What was the warrant signed for?
Blogging while black.
In that case, he should have known better.
The guy's a nut
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Sure thing Pig.
Perfectly acceptable reason for raiding his home.
Doesn't make him any less crazy.
Unemployed, divorced, fixated on stinging cops?
Let's burn him at the stake! Fuck freedom!
Why shouldn't the cops be able to invade this guy's home and violate his rights? After all, he did say mean things about them.
Who knew superpig would be the first to defend such an indefensible act????
Maybe this will be a repeat of his performance defending the cop who admittedly shot a homeowner in the back without any warning at all.
Both of the cases are in Phoenix, no? Bad press for the police as of late!
lulz at the 2 biggest crybabies
judge signed a warrant.
blame the judge
Good point. The cops were just following orders. They're not responsible for their actions. Where have we heard that before?
That doesn't even answer the question of where the info that led to the warrant came from, or what the warrant was even for.
Trouble at home?
If you don't like it, vote.
You know, sometimes cops get a bad rap, and in those cases it makes sense to defend them. The problem is when someone like you defends them in EVERY case, regardless of the situation or how plainly wrong they are sometimes. It doesn't do you any good to defend people who are obviously wrong. And it sure as hell doesn't do the police community any good to have people like you out there who refuse to accept facts and blame everybody but who is responsible. If you want to know where anti-police sentiment comes from, it's people like you. You ARE the stereotype.
How are the police obviously wrong?
How do I always defend them in every case?
And here is me criticizing a police chief.