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Rant/VentingPolice woman killed unarmed man (surrendered on the floor and being tazered) by shooting him in the back: She is the victim. (self.TheRedPill)

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[–][deleted] 173 points174 points  (10 children)

Those apologies are so terrible they're actually sort of hilarious. I can't even parody them; they're a perfect parody of themselves that want for nothing.

edit: I guess they're not really apologies, just stated wishes...it's similar enough to "I'm sorry he made me kill him" that it's still lulzy.

[–]Troll_Name 76 points77 points  (1 child)

This is how a person speaks when they can do no wrong.

Abusive singlemother's boyfriend-of-the-week says to a captive little girl, "don't MAKE me _______"

[–]2Overkillengine 22 points23 points  (0 children)

Yup. The purpose is to abdicate responsibility in order to place it on the target.

Catching someone doing that is a major red flag that one should be prepared to fight or flee.

[–]eternal_temptation 30 points31 points  (5 children)

you know what's the funny about these fem-powered girls?

They can hurt or kill only people who surrendered...

Real abusive men gets away while nerdy beta gets charged by family abuse and crap. if He was a real gun trotting criminal... she would have shot everywhere but him...

[–][deleted] 14 points15 points  (3 children)

There was video going around of a shooting where there was a male and female cop. Once the male cop saw the guy hit the ground, he stopped shooting. This is after the fake gun flew away from the guy btw. The female cops's footage showed her continuing to pump another five rounds into the guy as he laid still on the dirt and after the gun was away from him. And she was screaming during the encounter as well.

[–][deleted] 12 points13 points  (0 children)

Clearly she had a level head and surely prepared mentally to deal with such a situation.

[–]1AmlanceJockey 6 points7 points  (1 child)

this is the video

Notice the female starts off talking shit. She is so used to people respecting her uniform, she really thinks she has a big swinging dick.

Notice how her voice changes from pretending to be a man, to hysterical shrieking as soon as danger materializes. This doesn't happen to the male officer.

Notice she shoots a man who is rolling on the ground.

Notice the male cop draws his weapon and neutralizes the threat with five shots before the female shoots at all.

Notice the female cop instictively pulls her taser. A male cop knows he can use his hands to defend himself. A benefit of doing this, is that if you need to switch to your gun, your hands are empty. The female knows she can not use her hands, so she has to use something whether its a taser, a gun, or more frequently as we saw here her male partner.

Notice the female and male wear the same uniform and get paid the same

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

This has stuck out to me. In every thread where theer's an AWALT chick (or similar RP example), the guy is always a chump who's given up on himself.

I feel like 80% of the conversation is about the woman, and there's benefits to that. But if AWALT, shouldn't the conversation be about the chump?

[–]Redasshole 0 points1 point  (1 child)

Those were not apologies. She didnt even bother with that. All she said was "it was his fault he died. he was so mean to me : how could he die like this? It hurt me. I am the primary victim"

[–]foldpak111 65 points66 points  (2 children)

Oh look, a child with a gun.

[–]VaultBeagle 12 points13 points  (0 children)

She's not a child, she's the most responsible teenager in the room.

[–]Darthstacker 18 points19 points  (2 children)

Couple observations. 1. If he were black it would fit the media narrative and would be all over the news. 2. What fricken jury acquitted this murderer?

[–]1AmlanceJockey 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Women ranks higher than black on victim list. Now if the white female cop shoots an unarmed black female, now that would be interesting.

[–]BlazerMan420 11 points12 points  (2 children)

I cannot believe that video. I cannot believe she got off. So fucking disgusting. I hope karma gets her and I hope it gets her real fucking ugly.

[–][deleted] 7 points8 points  (1 child)

Local Female Hero Cop's Teeth Bashed into her Brain, Town Slightly Saddened.

[–][deleted] 61 points62 points  (9 children)

This isn't a sexual problem. This is the state of USA police. A lot of policemen pull that off and aren't either prosecuted nor questioned. Actually she has been targeted more than her other peers.

She feels like a victim because probably she doesn't understand why her police mates can pull that off unquestioned and she can't. Patriarchy. Actually she was just dumber, and spoiled the "unquestionable" status.

Go check some policeman implicated in innocent killing and tell me they don't use the same victim mechanism.

Go to www.liveleak.com and search for police killings and see where these men are now. Not even 1 in 100 get any sort of retribution for their acts.

Tl;Dr: this is not the state of actual women, it's the state of actual police.

[–]Sdom1 1 point2 points  (1 child)

That's a crock of shit. An old man "volunteering" shot a guy in the back on accident because he thought he grabbed his taser and he's been charged.

The same point I made about women applies to old men - you aren't physically equipped for the job and should not be out there.

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Yeah, i did recognize it happen. Mostly the problem are the remaining 99 uncensured killers. I do recognize that some killings are owed due to really dangerous situations, but if you check some videos on the matter made this year you will find it's not like that usually...

[–]NuclearMisogynyist -4 points-3 points  (4 children)

That's bullshit.

There is absolutely no reason for this bitch to shoot this man. There have been a lot of questionable police shootings I'll give you that. But they all had a little bit more of a reason for aggression. And that is without question. Who the fuck dies over license plate tags? You let women out of the kitchen and this is what happens.

[–][deleted] 11 points12 points  (1 child)

What's the bullshit you are addressing ? i never said she had a reason to do that. I'm saying there are a lot of unreasonable killings in the USA happening all days. It's a phenomena much bigger than this policewoman going nuts, that's all i'm saying.

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

She was able to get away with this because of the accepted state of things where cops can execute people and get away with it. This was an execution. She was too incompetent to effect an arrest, so she murdered the guy over a expired plates. Rather than letting him go and getting an arrest warrant for fleeing and eluding, she murdered him like the cowardly cunt she is.

Now, with that said. I know female deputies you seriously don't want to fuck with that put their time in at the gym like crazy, bench over 185, and curl forty pound dumb bells and are recreational kickboxers and the such. One caught me off guard in an impromptu spar session and locked my arm around my back and could have easily broken my arm had she wanted to. After that we went again and I had to really fight to subdue her. The third time I didn't hold back and still she was a fight to subdue.

[–]IamBigComfy 0 points1 point  (0 children)

This is what I was thinking as well. As far as good points about awalt and being physically and emotionally unfit, I've seen many many videos lately of cops shooting people or whatever, and not being punished. I remember one, the cop shoots a guy in the back who is running away. An old guy, at more of a brisk walk.

[–][deleted] 10 points11 points  (1 child)

"Me, me, me" is all I heard from this woman. Fuck her, what about this poor man's family?

[–]Moneyley 8 points9 points  (0 children)

I'll add to the anger by informing you that she plans on heading back to work. I wish...well I'll just leave it at that

[–]DrYoda 118 points119 points  (16 children)

Sure, what she did was stupid and any normal citizen would be charged for murder for that, but there's a male cop doing the same thing every week and getting off just as easily. TRP doesn't have to be shoe horned into every event.

[–][deleted] 90 points91 points  (9 children)

When a guy cop does that the media and BLM are baying for his blood. When it's a female cop does it she was "victimized".

[–]Troll_Name 21 points22 points  (5 children)

The totem pole:

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[redacted]

global elite

inner-upper class

outer-upper class

proles {

normal-looking white woman on camera

unfortunate-looking black child on camera

white women off camera

white men

minorities off camera

}

soldiers

overseas laborers

unpersons

.

replace 'upper class' with 'party' and you've got 1984

[–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (4 children)

Or ya know, china right now

[–][deleted]  (2 children)

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    [–]SigmundFloyd76 10 points11 points  (1 child)

    Well, a difference is that 'Merica has to maintain this illusion of "freedom"; China doesn't bother with that shit.

    [–]DexiAntoniu 0 points1 point  (0 children)

    Because Chinese people don't care about that shit either.

    [–]Troll_Name 4 points5 points  (0 children)

    Modern China is nothing special in the modern world. It's just a global republic system where removable-in-theory representatives make the decisions and everyone else watches whatever the teevee wants them to watch.

    [–]Infinitezen 0 points1 point  (0 children)

    Show me ONE media report that implies that she is a victim. Just one.

    [–]iceman58796 0 points1 point  (0 children)

    Could you show me a media report that claims she's the victim? Because the majority I've seen certainly don't.

    [–]Magnum256[🍰] 9 points10 points  (2 children)

    It's true that male cops make a lot of bad judgement calls as well but the point is that there will be additional needless deaths by giving women positions where they're equipped with lethal force as they're much more likely to feel the need to use that lethal force in situations where the average male would not, simply due to the fact that females are physically weaker and so the connection between "losing control of the situation" and "applying lethal force to resume control of the situation" is made much more quickly.

    [–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (1 child)

    Most women aren't natural leaders. Their critical thinking and logic are weak. Physically they are weak. In a situation such as this they are usually out of their league. Watch all the female police shootings you can find and see what you think. Even the non weapon physical altercations are a shit show. The male officer is on his own until back up arrives or male civilians jump in. The female officer generally can only try to throw her body weight on the subject. That's the extent of her physical contribution. Of which many are eminently qualified in that regard.

    [–]1AmlanceJockey 0 points1 point  (0 children)

    Ive seen more than a few videos where a male cop is in a real struggle with a another man, and his female partner is a non factor.

    As seen here

    [–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (0 children)

    Yes but this issue arose, BECAUSE she is a woman. A man at least could have subdued him.

    If we make sure to hire better male officers, we can eliminate this. But with female officers, this will be a constant. They can NEVER overpower a man and almost always have to use a weapon. That's ridiculous.

    [–]1egoisenemy 2 points3 points  (0 children)

    Dude, men don't say they're the fucking victim when they shoot and kill someone, they don't say they're going through something that nobody will ever understand. This isn't about demonizing women, this about understanding how women think and act.

    [–]Endorsed Contributoralways-be-closing 0 points1 point  (0 children)

    there's a male cop doing the same thing every week and getting off just as easily

    It is the lack of personal accountability and confusion over duty that results in sluts and beta orbiters, too.

    It is clarity of duty (or else goals) and personal responsibility to fulfill it that TRP espouses.

    [–]pilledwillingly 89 points90 points  (153 children)

    This is terrible, and really deserves more visibility, but your 'lessons learned' aren't really valid considering there's a thousand videos of male officers doing the exact same retarded shit. It's a problem with the police force and their training, and also the gun laws in the US (I say that because I'm from Australia where basically nobody has guns, so there's none of this "Keep your hands where I can see them" shit, it escalates MUCH more gradually and it's almost unheard of for someone to be shot by an officer.)

    [–]Shotgun_Sentinel 17 points18 points  (13 children)

    No the perception that everyone having a gun and willing to kill you leads to this. Europeans, and Aussies have guns, yet the police still don't behave this way. Its the police culture.

    Also its just a cop out to blame guns that the left establishment uses to get 2 birds with one stone.

    [–]pilledwillingly 4 points5 points  (3 children)

    It's partly the police culture, but it's mostly the disarmament. What reason does a police officer have to fear for their lives from a man lying on the ground with taser probes hanging out of him, if there's almost zero chance he has a firearm on him?

    None. So they don't fear for their lives, so they don't draw their weapon, so nobody gets shot for moving their hand to their side, or for opening their glove box.

    [–]thezetapill 7 points8 points  (1 child)

    and also the gun laws in the US (I say that because I'm from Australia where basically nobody has guns

    Loads of law abiding citizens here [in Australia] own guns. Especially rurally. And shooting is an extremely popular sport/hobby.

    It's also easy as piss for dirt-bag criminals to get their hands on illegal, unregistered firearms via criminal gangs (namely bikers).

    You have to be living in a fools paradise if you think that Aussie cops can simply assume that people here are unarmed. This is not the case at all and police can and should remain vigilant at all times.

    All the gun laws here do is take away your ability to defend yourself and your family and make your lawful shooting hobby/sport/job much more of a hassle to enjoy. The gun laws here do NOT make you any safer from scum (who disregard the laws) or even from corrupt/untrained coppers.

    Stop comparing Australia to America and take a look at more comparable societies such as New Zealand. Gun laws are a lot more relaxed over there and yet there isn't any sort of epidemic of police brutality/shootings.

    It's sad that you feel the need to blame guns for police brutality and not the police themselves and their corrupt justice system that allows them get away with such behavior.

    [–]1AmlanceJockey 0 points1 point  (0 children)

    Agree with what you said. also ausssie cops face thr fact that a knife vs a holstered gun within 21 feet is a good way to cut.

    [–]Shotgun_Sentinel 1 point2 points  (0 children)

    It's partly the police culture, but it's mostly the disarmament.

    No its not, because if that was the case then it would have been different before the confiscations.

    What reason does a police officer have to fear for their lives from a man lying on the ground with taser probes hanging out of him, if there's almost zero chance he has a firearm on him?

    Even if a firearm isn't on them, then there is still no reason to be afraid. Your ignorant attitude leads to a shitty culture where people fear things they shouldn't.

    [–]2Sepean 1 point2 points  (7 children)

    I'm western Europe and the cops are the same here. The media and people are just way more trusting of authority so the stories don't get out.

    [–]destraht 5 points6 points  (6 children)

    Over here in Ukraine there has been a real policing revolution. They made serious efforts to get lots of new idealistic normal boys into policing instead of seasoned extortionists and sociopaths.

    [–]2Sepean 4 points5 points  (5 children)

    Interesting. I have my doubts though; the culture, the peer pressure, the incentives that make cops act like they do (mainly lots of power and no consequences for abusing it because the cops and prosecutors cover you), won't we just see more of the same?

    [–]val-amart 1 point2 points  (3 children)

    perhaps we will. i've come back to Ukraine after living in Ireland and the US and i can see the change that has happened very clearly. surprisingly, I feel safer interacting with the new policemans than the ones in London and Singapore! US was the worst by far, with old Ukraine a close second. i know they won't use excessive force, they don't presume you're guilty of something and their training was focused on preventing crime, mediating conflict resolution and educating the people. they are also administratively distinct from the rest of the justice & law enforcement. so far so good, we will see what happens in a couple of years, but i never thought such a dramatic change was possible.

    [–]Sdom1 1 point2 points  (1 child)

    That's a lot easier to do in an ethnically/racially homogeneous place. Studies have proven that police brutality goes up in diverse societies, even against others in the cop's ethnic group. This seems to correlate with falling levels of trust that also go along with diversity.

    [–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (0 children)

    And the increasing poverty, drugs, crime, violence loop that comes with diversity. When your community becomes a war zone the social contract breaks down. Then it's jungle law.

    [–]destraht 0 points1 point  (0 children)

    Yes, people in Ukraine know that it is a huge chance and in isn't a stealth issue at all, but in the West they have focused entirely on the economic impact of the situation and the refugees, Russia being bad, etc.

    It is really possible to clean up the cops in America but it will take some people dying on both sides to make an impact. I think that the best strategy was giving them a medium beating, disrobing them and then repeatedly stuffing them into garbage bins. I don't know how you could do something like that in America because they have so many weapons that Batman would be jealous.

    [–]destraht 0 points1 point  (0 children)

    Everything comes back around eventually and that is why they made an effort to get young normal boys into the force so that as the apathy increases that there will be normal individuals in the position. It was in a sense perfect timing because the economic took an epic shit at the same time that the national call to change the country for the better happened. So suddenly being a policeman with a job became not as terrible of a prospect as before. I think that they decided that policeman need more money from their salary if they are to survive without corruption.

    I'm Californian and I've come to see the corruption of my country in another light. Ignoring the creeping seizures of assets on the roadside (forgot the name on that one) the corruption over there basically works in that the police ticket constantly for all kinds of trivial matters and then that revenue goes straight into the system and then that system pays them well. They don't need to get money on the side because they built that entire the system itself. Certainly it needs to be smashed into pieces and reformed.

    [–]somercet 2 points3 points  (1 child)

    And how many "unjustified killings" per year do US police commit? +- 3 percent...?

    [–]benzostruggle 13 points14 points  (0 children)

    Bitch has absolutely no selfcontrol; no part of her brain ever lit up during this incident ("oh maybe if I stop tazing him he'd stop moving, duh!") all fuelled on dem feels (in this case, unreasonable fear).

    She has no place being anywhere near any lethal implement; and certainly should go to jail for manslaughter.

    [–]41ph4 13 points14 points  (4 children)

    I see a lot of people making excuses for cops killing people on this thread. Murder is murder. When you are not being aggressed against, the killing of another human being is appalling, and it doesnt matter if a badge is involved or not. A badge does not give, and will never be an excuse to kill someone who isnt attacking you. Cops are human beings, not a group of special super humans. They have no more human right to kill someone than i do. If i am being attacked, yes i have the human right of self defense. If i walk up to someone who is doing something like littering, i have zero right to shoot them. So if a man is running away, the use of a gun to stop him is immoral in every way. Doesnt matter what he did. You shoot someone from behind, you are a murderer. Cops are hired thugs, who answer to your local government. It is no different than me hiring a 6'2" guy, training him in my form of justice and paying him some money to enforce it, and to have him kidnap or shoot anyone who breaks my law. There isnt. A cop isnt different than a mafia enforcer. The only real difference is there are more cops than mafia guys. Governments thrive off of theft, just like the mafia back in the day. The mafia sent thugs to local businesses, and threatened them to give protection money. This is the same thing with taxes. Government says pay them your taxes, or they will steal your possessions and send in their thugs to kidnap you and throw you in jail, which is a form of torture. If you run from them, they will torture you by either beating you, you electrocuting you. If that doesnt work, they shoot you dead. Cops are human beings like you and me. The governments are made up of human beings like you and me. No one should be allowed to steal from anyone. If they are allowed to steal, then i am allowed to steal. If someone resists me stealing money, then if the cops can shoot someone for not paying their taxes, then i can shoot the person i am stealing from. No one, absolutely no one has these rights. But we have people in government doing it every day, and we have hired thugs enforcing it every day. And some of you actually think its a good thing to have this going on? This is what is wrong with everything. This is what is wrong with everywhere. You are brainwashed into thinking that government is a good thing, when it is the most vile concoction of human thought.

    [–]UndergroundRP 8 points9 points  (3 children)

    They have no more human right to kill someone than i do.

    I agree with most of your post, but police have been granted extraordinary public trust and power, and should actually be held to a much higher standard than your average person.

    [–]41ph4 0 points1 point  (1 child)

    No they are human beings. They are not super humans. They wake up in the morning bound by the same rules. They dont put on a badge, get covered in a, "i can murder people because i am a cop" shield. Nothing changes about them. They are humans. If 1 rule applies to me, it applies to everyone. If there is a rule that i am not allowed to initiate force, then they are not allowed to initiate force. But their job as an officer is to initiate force. Law, no matter which one, is the initiation of force. At the bottom of every law is a gun pointed at me. In the state of oklahoma in the united states, it is illegal to mow your lawn on sundays due to the christian sabbath. Now, cops dont enforce it because everyone and their dog knows that is retarded. But should a cop be feeling like an asshole, he could right me a ticket for mowing my lawn on sunday. So if i dont pay my ticket, a bench warrant will be put out for my arrest. When i am carded by an officer for any reason like even travelling, i will be then kidnapped, amd sent to jail to be tortured, i will be fired from my job, and i will lose my freedom as a human being. If i resist that, i will be shot. All because i mowed my lawn on sunday. No, police are immoral. Their job has no morality. They are human. If they point a gun at me, i have a right as a human being to defend myself against another human being. He initiated force against me. He is in the wrong. His badge is irrelavant in the real world. It is not a immorality shield. He is a human being that has the delusion of thinking he has moral code to kidnap, torture, and to murder people who did not aggress against him. If he is in the right, then i habe the same rights as him, and i feel i can shoot and kill anyone who breaks my moral code. If i feel that littering between the times of 3 and 5 pm is immoral, then i can lock that person in my basement for however long i want, and if they try to escape.me, or to attack me, i can shoot them dead. Despite the fact i have the same delusions as a cop, this is viewed as immoral. And you would be right. It would be a horrible, evil thing for me to do that. So why do we think another human being has that capacity? Because he wears a badge? Because he os paid by another group of human beings who have these delusions? No, its because its how we have been brainwashed. That is the only reason why we think its ok. Law makers dont get to make up different whatevers that apply to one group of human beings. It either applies to all, or it applies to non. If we cannot murder people, then no one can. If we cannot hurt anyone, then no one can. If a cop can defend themselves against someone who breaks these rules, then so can i. If a cop is allowed to have a gun to defend themselves against people who break these rules, then so can i. But if a cop is allowed to kidnap and torture people, why cant i? Because kidnapping and torturing people is wrong. So why do we let cops do it? Oh, because they are super humans who have been granted special powers by some unown deity called the government who is full of justice and is good! No, that is stupid. That is something a crazy person would say, but that is what you said. How on earth did police get granted the extraordinary power to kidnap and shoot people and it not be immoral? I didnt give it to them. Just because i was born somewhere doesnt mean they have the right to shoot me amd kidnap me. Thats like me saying, well if you are born on my property, that you owe me half your income, and have to follow my messed up codes of morrality that only apply to you, and should you break those rules, i will lock you in the basement, and put rabid dogs on leashes that have chains just long enough to give you small bit of room in the corner. I will also drop some food from a small hole in the bottom of my floor so as to never have to see you. If you try to resist me in any way, i will shoot you. Any rational human being knows this is nuts. So why do we let the cops and the government do these things?

    [–]Magnum256[🍰] 4 points5 points  (0 children)

    Disgusting, she should not have gotten off for this.

    I agree completely, women have no business in occupations where they're equipped with lethal weapons in a situation where physical strength may be required preceding the use of lethal force.

    Women are physically weaker, they're scared more easily and more timid in stressful situations, and it's a shame that people have died, and will continue to die, because the first world thinks that for the sake of equality it's a good idea to put women in situations that lead to this sort of lethal force being applied when an average man could have handled the situation with minimal to moderate brute force and avoided taking a life over something so absurd.

    She deserves to be found guilty for murder.

    [–][deleted] 8 points9 points  (0 children)

    People wonder why the officers doing school visits and community activities are often women. It's not for the perception of equality in the department. It's for the safety of the officers and the public.
     
    I know a several police officers, men and women. There are a couple of women who can handle it, but most of the female officers go around starting shit with suspects on the street and in the holding cells. When the situation gets out of hand, she steps back and the male officers have to deal with the fallout. Lowering the bar for the hiring of female officers creates this problem.

    [–][deleted] 13 points14 points  (1 child)

    If she killed a black man all hell would have broken loose.

    [–]zerofuxstillhungry 6 points7 points  (0 children)

    It was just a heterosexual cis white male that died, the media cartel doesn't give a shit.

    I guess both his White Privilege and Male Privilege were on the fritz that day?

    [–]billsmashole 3 points4 points  (0 children)

    I guess the police dept. can't admit they screwed up hiring and training her, so the whole system just gives her a pass.

    [–][deleted] 11 points12 points  (3 children)

    I'm sick to my fucking stomach. That being said. I got arrested for posession by a female cop. She let me off with an open liquor ticket. Not before a good and healthy full body frisk though and a serious talkin' to in her car. at least NAWALT (not QUITE like that anyway)

    [–]cdtCPTret 2 points3 points  (0 children)

    More like "Not all cops are like that." Every member of Your friendly neighborhood patrol has this tattoo. Then when they accidentally kill a surrendering man who begs "please don't kill me" they have to get it lasered off. Such shame. Women don't though, because it hurts.

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    [–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

    She was acquitted.

    But I have absolutely had a lot of interactions with cops who were great. I have faith in a lot of them. You also might run into some real scumbags though, which I have.

    [–]Squeezymypenisy 12 points13 points  (4 children)

    Lol that blue uniform doesn't change anything. Male or female it would have happened. I used to defend the concept of police on here, say that it was just a few bad apples, but with all of these events recently its ridiculous. How can you defend a group that consistently breaks the law. Just another arm of an ever encroaching state. Just smile and nod and vote no on every city raise.

    [–]UndergroundRP 2 points3 points  (0 children)

    I used to defend the concept of police on here, say that it was just a few bad apples

    The saying is that "a few bad apples spoil the bunch." It's not "a few bad apples are ok." Most people misuse that saying while defending shitty police departments.

    [–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (1 child)

    This man was murdered by a woman who clearly couldn't handle the situation. Listen to the bitch, she's screaming and crying and is so fucking obviously overwhelmed by it all.

    [–]neoj8888 11 points12 points  (0 children)

    I see ten videos a day of male cops who can't handle the situation. They just don't sound as shrill about it. This is not a gender issue. If the issue were: should there be female cops, then maybe we'd be having a different discussion. But here, that isn't what's being discussed.

    [–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (0 children)

    [–]salacio 2 points3 points  (0 children)

    Why the hell did she shoot him? This woman should clearly be in jail for murder.

    [–]WillWorkForLTC 2 points3 points  (2 children)

    This is another classic example of the female mental initiative. For the most part if a man is going to be a terrible person, he'll do it knowingly or he won't do it at all. A woman however, will pull stupid reckless emotionally charged shit like this and then hamster how she is the victim.

    [–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (1 child)

    Well said. People here are saying "oh but male cops do this all the time". Yes, they do. But because they're murderous fucks. This issue was precipitated BECAUSE she is a woman and is emotionally overwhelmed.

    [–]WillWorkForLTC 1 point2 points  (0 children)

    It always seems to boil down to gender psychology. TRP is so psychologically aware and honest but sometimes forgets how empirically honest it truly is. I'll be around here, reminding folks how TRP is more than just philosophy.

    [–]Sdom1 2 points3 points  (0 children)

    Studies have shown that female cops are much more likely to shoot than male cops, which makes sense. When you're half the size of the person you're trying to control, it stands to reason that you'll resort to deadly force more often since weaponless control methods are closed off to you.

    Women should not be cops, period, just the same as a 5'2, 120 lb man shouldn't be a cop. It's a physical job, if you're not physically equipped go find something else to do with yourself.

    [–]2Sepean 7 points8 points  (6 children)

    This is a cop thing, not a woman thing.

    Unfortunately people aren't taught how dangerous cops are, but instead they go on how they are portrayed in the media. Never do anything when face to face with a cop; don't move or take stuff out unless explicitly ordered to do so, don't say anything except "am I under arrest? Am I free to leave?".

    [–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (0 children)

    No it was a woman thing. Did you hear her screaming and freaking out? Shew as running on pure emotions and couldn't have made a rational or reasonable decision in that moment to save her life. The situation happened because she was a woman.

    [–]OhAndOneMoreThing 0 points1 point  (4 children)

    How does this make them dangerous?

    Are you denying that making sudden movements and making cops think YOU are dangerous, makes THEM dangerous?

    [–]2Sepean 0 points1 point  (3 children)

    You can't think like that, that you only get killed if you seem dangerous to a cop. People get killed for reaching slowly for a driver's license, for being agitated, for arguing "please can I calm my son down, he's autistic and doesn't understand what is going on".

    There are also many dangers that aren't lethal. If they get annoyed with you they can seize your car, various assets up to and including your house, detain you, strip search you including anal inspection, and generally fuck you over. Everything you say or do risk being an opening for them to go to the worse end of that spectrum of possibilities, so don't do or say anything except "am I under arrest? Am I free to leave?" The only exception is recording them with your phone; if you can do that safely (careful!) that is generally a good idea as it keeps them somewhat in check.

    [–]OhAndOneMoreThing 0 points1 point  (2 children)

    most of this just isn't true

    Look, I don't care if people hate cops. But it's intellectually lazy to fabricate claims like "if they get annoyed with you they can seize your car."

    There are literally thousands of laws and court cases that govern and dictate criminal procedure. Police cannot simply do "an anal inspection." It's ridiculous. RP outside of sexual strategy is about self-improvement, and that includes educating yourself on the TRUTH. Asset forfeiture is a complicated process and requires a specific burden of proof before seizure.

    I think the way life dictates I need to think. I have asked someone if they have anything in their pockets, and had the response be them pulling out a kitchen knife with a 7" blade faster than I could ever get a gun out of a holster. Lesson learned.

    I am a cop. I am not a SJW, I am not a white knight. Shit, I recommend both this sub and Rollo's book to the male party on like 80% of the domestic violence calls that I go on. I talk to the guys about red flags and how the courts are going to rape them so they need to say goodbye when that bitch starts throwing things and calling 911, cause next time it might be a different officer.

    I'm also a big supporter, and member of the Flex Your Rights sub. But you have to know your rights to flex them. and there is a whole lot of ignorance in this thread.

    I've never shot anyone. I have almost shot a hell of a lot of people. Personally, I would have tackled the shit out of that old dude and just swang until he put his hands behind his back. But if he had been reaching for a gun, I could also have gotten killed. There's no way to know, and that is why the Supreme Court wants you to watch that video and make a determination WITHOUT using the info you find out AFTER THE FACT.

    [–]2Sepean 0 points1 point  (1 child)

    Maybe you're a good cop who doesn't know, maybe you're a bad cop lying.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Civil_forfeiture_in_the_United_States

    Civil forfeiture in the United States, sometimes called civil judicial forfeiture,[1] is a controversial legal process in which law enforcement officers take assets from persons suspected of involvement with crime or illegal activity without necessarily charging the owners with wrongdoing. While civil procedure, as opposed to criminal procedure, generally involves a dispute between two private citizens, civil forfeiture involves a dispute between law enforcement and property such as a gold crucifix, a pile of cash, a house or a boat, such that the thing is suspected of being involved in a crime. To get back the seized property, owners must prove it was not involved in criminal activity.

    I have asked someone if they have anything in their pockets, and had the response be them pulling out a kitchen knife with a 7" blade faster than I could ever get a gun out of a holster. Lesson learned.

    What lesson is that? That you now shoot people for the very common act of reaching for something in your pocket, like that female cop in the video and got away with it? Just because some scumbag pulled a knife on you you don't have the moral right to gun down innocent people doing innocent things. But cops have the legal right and many use it. Cops are dangerous. You sound dangerous.

    [–]OhAndOneMoreThing 0 points1 point  (0 children)

    Again, no accountability. "Do you have anything in your pocket?" is best answered with words.

    You might be a legal CCW, and some grandma might've seen the butt of your handgun and called 911. When I approach you politely and ask if you're carrying a weapon, you gonna yank it out real quick to show me that you're carrying? Use some common sense.

    As for citing Wikipedia...

    It's controversial because of the dubious nature of trying to tie specific assets to being related to your criminal activity. (i.e. we catch you with 10 kilos of heroin, then seize your house, car and cash which may or may not be a product of that illegal venture...maybe you also have a legit job that financed those possessions)

    It's not like we can stop a citizen, have absolutely no evidence of wrongdoing, and then file for forfeiture because we don't think they should have that asset

    Y'all are boggling my mind

    On a side note, yeah. I am dangerous. But only to those who would do me or others bodily harm, and those dumb enough to think that "Show me your hands! Do it now!" is a good time to reach for your Chapstick.

    [–]RacialRealism 7 points8 points  (0 children)

    FUCK this makes me so angry at cops and the justice system more than anything. SHE STRAIGHT UP MURDERED A GUY. What a fucking cunt! Can we have a vigilanty iron man who kills all these cunts.

    [–]sir_wankalot_here 6 points7 points  (0 children)

    This has fuck all go do with gender, cops murder people all the time and get away with it.

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    [–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

    At her trial she said "why did he make me shoot him? I wish he didn't".

    Fuckign cunt.

    [–]goldcrew44 1 point2 points  (1 child)

    Whats your point ? How many unarmed people are shot by male officers every year? You don't have to be female to be a trigger happy or abusive cop.

    [–]Allanlemos 1 point2 points  (0 children)

    No matter the situation,women will never ever take the blame for their wrongdoings,female rationalization at its finest.

    [–]TominatorXX 1 point2 points  (0 children)

    Why does she shoot? He wasn't a threat

    [–]notamosquito 5 points6 points  (9 children)

    How do you explain this (http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2015/nov/05/pennsylvania-officer-acquitted-murder-david-kassick) ? -

    In the video, which was later released to the public after the verdict was handed down, Kassick’s hands repeatedly disappeared underneath his body as Mearkle screamed at him to keep them where she could see them and then fired the fatal shots. Mearkle’s lawyer, Brian Perry, said Kassick’s actions needed to be watched carefully, arguing that the conflict had escalated to the point where it was reasonable for Mearkle to conclude that Kassick was reaching for a weapon.

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        [–]theotherthyme 3 points4 points  (0 children)

        My coat blocks 75% of taser current and charges my cell phone with it!

        [–]5 Endorsed ContributorStayinghereforreal 4 points5 points  (1 child)

        so what percentage of the shock is he actually receiving?

        Yeah, he looked like a guy about to jump up and spin kick her. Good thing she went with the glock on his ass. /eyeroll

        Thanks for stopping by, officer.

        [–]itsforhismum 1 point2 points  (0 children)

        [Rubber Winter coat] +1 resistance to electric shocks

        [–]Interversity -1 points0 points  (0 children)

        Reading OP's reply and then yours is just like hearing closing arguments, it's great

        [–]penworth[🍰] 4 points5 points  (1 child)

        This is pussy pass on a sickening level. I can't believe this shit.

        [–]NightGod 5 points6 points  (0 children)

        Blue pass, not pussy pass. The badge she wore is what got her the pass, not the fact that she had tits.

        [–]Troll_Name 1 point2 points  (0 children)

        I can explain all this shit, it is nothing new.

        Think of this: When Goldman Sachs, Enron, Bernard Madoff, (etc etc etc) were at the peak of their scamming AND it had finally started to breach through into the public eye, Martha Stewart* was thrown in prison for selling stock which then rose.

        What's happening here? Grandmaster courtiers are stealing another person's rewards, while replacing the stolen goods with the grandmaster courtiers' consequences.

        Tale. As. Old. As. Time.

        For the past several years, folks like Al Sharpton and Jessie Jackson have shed crocodile tears to sold-out audiences over little boys who are actually legal adults, and hunted-down victims who had actually grounded and pounded their pursuers. The public is DESPERATE to find a case where the cops are right and the suspects are wrong. But the public isn't very smart.

        So along comes a mainstream-as-fuck white woman. She begins every sentence she speaks with "as a woman," and the frustrated betamales hang on every word she says. The government successfully achieves its goal of placating the masses, and the media immediately moves on to the next distraction issue to prevent people from catching on.

        *Women aren't actually all that high on the totem pole, it's just that pleb-woman is above pleb-man.

        [–]Lildoc_911 0 points1 point  (1 child)

        Yeah, he reached in his jacket/moved around. How about get in there and restrain him? He's tasered. Poor execution on her part. Her commands were not correct. Get on the ground. Show me your hands. Place then on your head/behind your back. ANYTHING. She just said get on the ground and show me your hands, not making any moves to diffuse the situation.

        If people don't comply, then you escalate force. That does not mean ramp up to deadly force...I dunno...I feel like she should have been charged with something. She doesn't have the wherewithal to calm a suspect and handle a non compliant person. What if they were younger? Faster? Instant deadly force?

        [–]OhAndOneMoreThing 4 points5 points  (7 children)

        This thread is bullshit. I have no love for the majority of female cops, but there's reason she was acquitted.

        1. Guy flees from vehicle during traffic stop.
        2. Guy refuses to keep hands visible.
        3. After being tazed, he is still trying to crawl away (possibly because he allegedly had relapsed into heroin)
        4. Guy makes furtive movement under his body near mid-section, common IWB holster area
        5. Guy rides lightning again, then tries to get inside his jacket, common shoulder holster area
        6. Reaches AGAIN after being shot 1st time

        Graham v Connor - Supreme Court case law on objective reasonableness, as applied AT the time, based on the information available AT that moment, from the point of view of an officer AT the scene

        ..that means no Monday morning, keyboard QB'ing when you find out there was no weapon AFTER THE FACT

        That old geezer repeatedly tried to stick his hands under his body while he was on the ground, like he was reaching for his waistband or inside his jacket. He refused to keep his hands where she could see them, regardless of whether he verbally said he was complying.

        8/1 - Memphis Officer Shot and Killed on Traffic Stop

        9/14 - Kentucky State Trooper shot and killed on traffic stop

        9/16 - Phoenix Officer Shot Multiple Times on Traffic Stop

        10/29 - Albuquerque Officer Shot in Traffic Stop, Dies

        Traffic stops are dangerous. Acting irrationally, unpredictably and trying to run off don't exactly de-escalate the situation. How many of our posters would be on here saying "That's what happens" if the perp would have been a ghetto looking black guy?

        Not holding that man responsible for his continued obstruction is NOT Red Pill.

        [–]5 Endorsed ContributorStayinghereforreal 6 points7 points  (5 children)

        Guy refuses to keep hands visible.

        He refused to keep his hands where she could see them, regardless of whether he verbally said he was complying.

        When someone is coursing electricity through you, let me know how well you are able to keep your body from curling into itself. The guy was laying down, convulsing, and as she keeps causing that convulsion, she is screaming incoherently.

        That guy's brain was operating far less effectively than hers, and she is essentially in a state of total panic, juicing him the whole time, before shooting a gun.

        Yeah, he is the guy in control here, and it so be blamed for not following her incoherent instructions, as he is being electrocuted.

        What union officials for the local fraternal order organized some of this response?

        "That's what happens" if the perp would have been a ghetto looking black guy?

        Fuck right the hell off. That SJW shit can be peddled elsewhere, thank you very much. Not applicable here.

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        [–]pilledwillingly 3 points4 points  (13 children)

        Man, I want to support your overall sentiment, and I can really appreciate you bringing gender out of it (because male officers do this all the time) but you guys really need to have a serious talk in your country about guns and average Joe's need to have them. Your citizens should not be able to outgun police, your police should not feel this threatened by a man laying on the ground with taser probes in his back. If this was Canada/Australia/Western Europe the outcome would be different.

        [–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (3 children)

        Your citizens should not be able to outgun police

        This incident shows exactly why you're wrong. I don't trust these scumbags with my life.

        [–]Senior Contributorexit_sandman 1 point2 points  (2 children)

        Man, I want to support your overall sentiment, and I can really appreciate you bringing gender out of it (because male officers do this all the time) but you guys really need to have a serious talk in your country about guns and average Joe's need to have them.

        I'm with you there on principle (not from the US as well), but that's wishful thinking. The right to bear arms is deeply entrenched in US culture, it's simply something one has to take as a given. It's basically like the Norvegians and their welfare state, or Germans and federalism - you won't get that out of the system even though there'd be ample reason to cut it back.

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            [–]NightGod 1 point2 points  (3 children)

            You do realize that the difference between "single shot rifles" and "assault rifles" is purely decorative, right? We're literally talking about some bits of plastic or metal.

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              [–]5 Endorsed ContributorStayinghereforreal 2 points3 points  (0 children)

              Assualt = full auto or semi auto.

              TIL that my hunting rifle is an "assault" rifle. Who knew? What is an "assault rifle" anyway?

              [–]DancingC0w 2 points3 points  (11 children)

              It has litteraly nothing to do with her being a woman, there was no reason to use the gun here.

              After being tazed, she should've waited for backup, telling the perp that if he tries to move, he'll get shocked. Those tasers are different than those in Canada, where here you have ''1 shot chargers''. I can't comment on how they work in USA. She had her distance, which was ok. All she had to do was wait.

              Should backup never come and the guy resists/isn't affected by tazer as he should, you pepper spray him if he's violent toward you. I'm not seeing it here, but without the taser, it's a whole new level in the first place.

              She was giving clear orders, however, the only thing i can see working in her favor at this late hour is that the guy keeps his hands near his chest, where there could be a concealed weapon. That's why imo she kept tazing, because prior to any taze, you see him brigning his arms closer to him (where i was sure he'd pull a gun or something).

              I understand her not wanting to go down on the perp. If she does, he could be able to steal her weapon. We're taught not to go down and fight a ground battle if you don't have to so

              This woman was too afraid of getting close to the subject

              Isn't the best sentence i'd use.

              One more thing,

              It only would have taken a bit of brute force to dominate the situation and arrest the suspect

              No. Just no. There are perps that will kick a male or female ass, even where there are multiple cops. Being on certain drugs make some perp able to lift sewer gates (200 pounds), and throw them like it's nothing. There's nothing a male cop could do, other than to taze him. Just a clarification i wanted to share, it has nothing to do with the clip, just wanted to make sure you didn't have a wrong idea.

              I'm not defending her, but your post has a lot of false information too

              [–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (10 children)

              He's a skinny junkie. Any fucking man could have easily taken him down. Stop fucking white knighting she's a cunt murderer. She needed to shoot the unarmed man in the back? Holy fucking cuck, batman.

              [–]neoj8888 4 points5 points  (3 children)

              You're so blinded by your woman hatred that you can't see what's right in front of you. Male cops straight up murder dudes all the time. Of course she's a horrible cunt who murdered that guy. It's obvious. But there's an epidemic of horrible cunt cops who murder people, and most of those cops are male--just based on the ratio of male and female cops.

              [–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (2 children)

              The cops who go on power trips are scumbags, too. But they can physically do their job. They're scumbags and murdering fucks a lot of times because that's how they are. It is not for the reason that they are men.

              This situation was caused and happened, because they put a woman in a high stress situation she is clearly not able to do. If you're too scared to take down and old junkie, then this job is not for you. There was no reason he had to die there. She shot him, because she is a woman. It is quite obvious the situation was far too much for her.

              [–]neoj8888 0 points1 point  (3 children)

              Eh, while this is definitely appalling, a male cop would've feigned as the victim as well. It's kind of the cop thing to do, in general.

              [–]Fafner2 0 points1 point  (0 children)

              Jesus Christ-- there's no justice in this world. Here's to hoping she faces the wrath of her sins at some point

              [–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

              Nothing to do with sexes, but the f*cked up US police force.

              [–]ShekelBanker 0 points1 point  (1 child)

              Getting killed for an expired auto inspection, holy fucking shit.

              [–]fearachieved 0 points1 point  (0 children)

              WHAT THE FUCK

              I want to see her go to prison for this why would you show me this enraging video...holy shit man why the fuck did she start shooting

              I can't believe they actually have video of this and she was still acquitted

              [–]Rhenthalin 0 points1 point  (0 children)

              I wonder if a man cop would have gotten off, assuming he would even do this in the first place? It's hard to say what the police won't get away with

              [–]pogomaster12 0 points1 point  (0 children)

              I saw the article and thought "well considering I haven't heard about this he is probably white"

              I was right.

              [–]awfukbye 0 points1 point  (0 children)

              This is a good example of police brutality. But definitely the go to method of how woman get out of things I.E. i'm the victim

              omg she was aquitted. unbelievable

              [–]Redasshole 0 points1 point  (0 children)

              HAHAHA yeah right he forced her to pull the trigger even though he was being electrocated and on the floor

              [–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (3 children)

              Holy fucking rage bait. How you guys ever get out of the rage phase is beyond me.

              This is a fucking joke. Women should NOT be cops. They are unable to. Yes maybe 3 bull-dykes in the entire US COULD do it, but it's fucking silly to make exceptions for 150 million on the count of 3 people.

              Every time there is a stressful situation women freak out and make terrible decisions or just go blank and literally do nothing. They cannot handle adrenaline.

              [–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (1 child)

              Whether you get killed by an emotional woman or a rational man, you are still dead. This is top-down delivery of injustice, sex means nothing.

              [–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

              Difference being women shoot more often than men as far as cops go. So you are asking for situations like these by hiring women cops. They cannot do the job.

              [–]incognitodoritos 0 points1 point  (1 child)

              Would love to see how the feminists hamster this one away.

              [–]Senior Contributorexit_sandman 3 points4 points  (0 children)

              Simple: "guy cops do that all the time and get away with it too", and they wouldn't even be wrong.

              [–]Stonish 0 points1 point  (0 children)

              And while we analyse women behaviour there is one less man on earth walking because of their pride. Where's this world heading?

              [–]darthskids 0 points1 point  (2 children)

              Lol, dudes tucked up against a hedge, keeping his hands in close to his body and his body language is showing that he definitely isn't going to surrender unless he has to.

               

              I'm not saying it's entirely justified but that guy lent a big fucking helping hand in getting shot. The real red pill lesson to that is to recognize how things are and act accordingly. Not cry about women in law enforcement.

              [–]5 Endorsed ContributorStayinghereforreal 2 points3 points  (1 child)

              keeping his hands in close to his body and his body language is showing that he definitely isn't going to surrender unless he has to.

              Yeah, because getting electrocuted is not at all going to affect how his body flops about.

              [–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

              Cops are bad.

              Girl cops are bad with an extra layer of helpless on top of that.

              [–]TheSliceman 0 points1 point  (0 children)

              Women shouldnt be in the workforce.

              Its literally a danger to the future of humanity for more than one reason.

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