New York AG Letitia James Tells NYPD to End Traffic Stops & Arrests for Active Warrants

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    New York‘s attorney general on Friday recommended the New York Police Department get out of the business of routine traffic enforcement.

    Attorney General Letitia James, who acts as a special prosecutor appointed to investigate certain police killings, argued that traffic stops for minor infractions often end in violence.

    She said Allan Feliz’s death last October after he was pulled over for a seat belt violation “further underscores the need for this change.”

    James’ office concluded that the NYPD’s use of deadly force was justified but that the sequence of events leading to Feliz’s death would never have happened if police hadn’t stopped him in the first place.

    Police further heightened tensions by attempting to arrest Feliz on outstanding warrants for low-level offenses such as spitting, littering and disorderly conduct, James’ office said.
     
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    ...the sequence of events leading to Feliz’s death would never have happened had the recently deceased decided to follow the rules established by a functioning society...
     
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    I am glad she did not mention the list of drugs found in his posession, that may have changed the narrative a bit. How can somebody like that make it into the Attorney Generals office? With that kind of logic, why not just get rid of the AGs office and staff, since there is no need for them if they refuse to aknowledge that criminals should even be arrested?
     
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    Tell her to consult the "Chief"!
     
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    What the **** is this bull**** statement. You mean don't resist arrest in the first place? You mean don't behave in such a way that warrented deadly force against you in the first place? What is mentally wrong with these people?? For real. This is disgusting, debased, disordered thinking. Dear God. These people are mentally unfit.
     
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    The plan is to turn NY into a total ****hole so they accept totalitarian rule that comes with a Marxist regime.
     
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    Yep, and it couldn't happen to a more deserving bunch of sh!t heads!

    [I know there are some fine, law abiding, 2a respecting, Conservative citizens in NY, but you are badly outnumbered by the fools who elect despicable officials like this AG. I feel for ya.]
     
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    Yeah, it ain't like I ever arrested someone wanted for armed robbery on a stop......oh wait I did.

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    The sequence of events would have also never happened without a criminal resisting arrest.
     
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    This is how the left thinks,

    Liberals don’t believe in consequences,

    So when An officer responds to a noise complaint and someone tries to kill him and the officer has to shoot, liberals portray it as,

    “Man killed for having a loud party.”
     
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    Disordered thinking. Just like their lives. Disordered

    ETA. I'm agreeing with you. Lack of critical thinking, on their part, is just maddening.

    Almost to the point of intention. Gaslighting comes to mind
     
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    Dragoon44 Unfair Facist Lifetime Member

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    They are unable to engage in critical thinking because they reject God, and reject truth. At a certain point God turns the God haters over to a reprobate mind.

    As the Apostle Paul notes they,

    “Professing themselves wise, they become fools”
     
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    I second that. I am glad I am retired.

    But if I was still on the job I will post up at my favorite donut shop and drink coffee and smoke cigarettes for 12 hours. :cop:
     
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    Amen.
     
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    Studied for the test :homer:

    She might be a future Democratic nominee for Vice President. Just an FYI :fred:
     
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    She is only advocating what we have done in Los Angeles. Between 2010 and 2017, I believe, the traffic tickets for speeding dropped 100,000. The City Council has been pushing to quash some 200,000 traffic warrants and forgive unpaid fines.

    We go through cycles like the following. Pass a law (traffic/criminal) with draconian penalties. Not enough compliance? Increase fines to the breaking point! Can't enforce the fines? Well, the b.s. goes that they fall disproportionately on the poor. The poor must be uplifted, so erase traffic fines. Like Great Britain did. 1800. Some two hundred crimes providing for the death penalty. Didn't work. No convictions. So, now GB goes to the opposite extreme of nearly getting rid of death penalties.

    If you live long enough, you see this cycle. There are always with one trick pony solutions to every problem. Is the lawyer a moron? No. Just responding to a need with a response that will get her re-elected.
     
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