Failure to Aid a Law Enforcement Officer

Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by YtownGlock, Feb 7, 2012.


  1. MoneyMaker

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    That the best you got?:faint:
     

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  2. TBO

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  3. BuckyP

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    I have no stake in this, but that is pretty funny. Sorry. :embarassed:
     
  4. CJStudent

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    I thought you were done with this forum? :headscratch:
     
  5. RussP

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    You are right, to a point. A more correct statement would be that very few "Real Police Officer" want to come on these forums after they deal with all day or night and deal with this crap!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Those that do, well they do so for several reasons. No need going into them. You wouldn't accept them.

    It wasn't too long ago that even fewer participated. I know a few who use to join in. One of my close personal friends is among those who got frustrated with the unbridled idiocy of the ignorant experts telling them how to do their jobs, spreading lies and misconceptions, making unfounded allegations, and left.

    I also know that more and more "Real Police Officer" are joining in discussions not only here in Cop Talk, but also in Carry Issues, Civil Liberties Issues, and other forums they previously ignored.

    Don't know if you've you've noticed, MoneyMaker, but those who are not "Real Police Officers" but pretend they are, they do not fair well around here.

    And, yes, it is probably best if you are "done with this section of the forum."

    But, again, you are somewhat correct. The vast majority of law enforcement officers do not participate on open forums. They prefer sites where members must be vetted to participate. :cool:
     
  6. RussP

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    Where did you get that idea? :dunno:
     
  7. RussP

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    eb31, you were online this morning. Did you miss my questions?
    Well?
     
  8. Line Rider

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    "So, for you LEOs out there, what do you think about a LAC with a CCW coming to you or your fellow officers aid to save their life? "

    The answer is simply Hell NO. Citizens are not normally going to get involved in a simple fight let a lone a gunflight. Most citizen feel that "You're the Police... that's why WE pay you, train you, and our tax dollars buy you TASERs, vest and guns. Trust me bring there. BTW He you every tried to get them to court? " I don't want to get involve..."

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  9. Bill Lumberg

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    Give ed31 a break. It's got to be taxing being an ex-pretend cop AND running a food pantry. All while working part time under a bridge. Have some compassion.







    Misspellings intentional.
     
  10. merlynusn

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    I think he's under the misconception you pretend to be a cop. Even though we all know better.
     
  11. RussP

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    Well, to be totally honest, I really did wear a badge at one time...no lie, no exaggeration. This is it.

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    Yep, 7th Grade, 1959, Safety Patrolman. Good, now that's out in the open. :cool:
     

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  12. Sharky7

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    Your choice....You want a swirly this time or shoved back in the locker? :supergrin:
     
  13. CJStudent

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    That looks a lot like my first badge! Only mine was in fourth grade, and a whole lot later, lol. :rofl:
     
  14. Vigilant

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    He probably doesn't know what a swirly is, although most here probably do. I suspect he would go for a Hertz donut though. :wedgie:
     
  15. overhill23

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    Theres one critical factor that i did not see mentioned. The cops called for back-up. If the CCH is shooting or holding the BGs at gun point when help arrives, it could get real complicated.
     
  16. Javelin

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    I love what-ifs (actually I hate them but no matter): What If, while hanging out in Houston, you were seeing this guy below get his butt handed to him by the "BG" was actually this guy pretending to be LEO? This fat SOB pretending to be LEO yells for 'help' and you assist in a wrongful arrest with your own firearm? Holy crap the civil lawsuits ... criminal lawsuits... damn. From reading the news there are so many posers out there right now it is sick.

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    #136 Javelin, Feb 11, 2012
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    Wahoo!!! I'm one of the only, again!!!!

    Partner? As in, ride in the car with you? Weird :shocked::wavey:
     
  18. YtownGlock

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    LOL, I don't think so. and no, I can't fit in a locker... :rofl:
     
  19. YtownGlock

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    Actually, I learned what both were in 2nd grade :) that was..... wow... 1998ish
     
  20. RussP

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