Monday, July 11, 2016


Police work is dangerous and unfortunately mistakes are made. I sat with a real hero while in the hospital who trains
Officers for the NYPD. We discussed how our apprehensions are done. It is a controlled setting as the person has passed through a metal detector. The person is surrounded by an overwhelming number and it is handled calmly with a degree of professionalism and even empathy.

We had one and I asked my boss if we had to. Yes the person had clearly committed a heinous crime and deserved to be locked up. He was also supporting disabled children. In reality sometimes our criminal cases have shades of gray rather than black and white. When I have to have someone arrested it is only after careful research and consideration.

Unlike my office, the streets are not controlled. However, I want to go over this from a different perspective. When I lived in Vermont, I found myself profiled. I was frequently stopped by the local police. Admittedly, this is a pain
In the rear. However, at all times I was respectful. Admittedly, there was a misunderstanding about what police thought they saw. A drunk female Killer legs dropped a cigarette that was until. The police saw her head go into my lap area and they thought the worst. I remember in disbelief when the police thought I was getting oral sex while driving. Anyone who has seen the world according to Garp knows this is a bad idea. No matter how I tried to explain that one the locals did not believe it.

Rule One. Remain Respectful
Rule Two. Follow Instructions
Rule Three keep your hands viewable and spread your fingers
Rule Four Answer questions to the best of your a ability.
Rule Five Argue in court or with a supervisor latery
Rule Six If there is anything say it up front. Those are pills for diabetes.
In an uncontrolled setting anything can happen and mistakes are made. I have issues with the overly clinical play by play in the video. The claim the four year old altered behavior doesn't wash. Nor does the psychobabble on the left make sense.

Of course the heated rhetoric from the left is out of line. BLM is a shameless con that has no interest in Black people. If they did care about Blacks they would get behind and work with law enforcement. Instead theieann


beakerkin said...

From the last sentence.

The Black Community is more apt to be the victims of violent crime than the general population. Pretending Trayvon is a choir boy was silly. The motivation of the female in that case was dubious. Color me a tad skeptical about the play by play.

Let the investigation take its course.

The Obama administration has plenty

beakerkin said...

Of experience with rigged investigations. However, let the investigators do their job. If the police were wrong there are courts that should determine penalties. Just the same if the police were wrong race may be a red herring. Police are apt to run into all types of people and until
Established otherwise race need not be discussed. First establish the facts determine if there was wrongdoing.

A typical BLM farce Eric Garner. Garner was a career petty criminal. He was very familiar with ticket pay fine as he had been through it dozens of times. He had untreated diabetes and worked himself into hysteria for no reason. The senior officer on the scene was a Black female who wasn't charged. He had free medical care but chose to live like a time bomb. His carrying on hysterically over yet another ticket killed him not NYPD.

Nothing excuses the irresponsible anti cop rhetoric from the left. The real words should be we expect better. We support cops and want better results and interactions. Obama talks about post racial society even as he inserts himself irresponsibly with idiotic comments like my son would look like Trayvon.

beakerkin said...

Apologize for problems with blogger

We need to build a future and bomb throwing clowns like BLM could care less about building communities. I am concerned about law abiding people having safe communities. The reality is one is exponentially more apt to die via criminal than cop.

Mike's America said...

Anyone who thinks that only blacks get hassled by bad cops is a fool.

I've been fortunate to have good interactions with cops at traffic stops and bad interactions.

There is no doubt that there are bad apples in every barrel but they are FEW.

Where I live now we have private security that has less accountability than the county sheriff. The potential for abuse is far worse.

Always On Watch said...

Good rules, Beak!