Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by skylarbrie, Jan 3, 2015.
nothing will happen ....
in a suit at the drive thru, classy
Simple solution to cops assuming too much power. Take away their guns. Cops without guns would make the world a much safer place.
did the cop know he was white?
Forsyth County, home of Daniel Carver. But the Police Sgt. was DeKalb County, which is more the home of our friend Reg.
Sure it will. They will do an investigation during which time the guy will be on paid administrative leave. The cop will say the kids threatened him and approached the car to ask what they said, and at that point he thought he saw a gun on the driver and he grabbed him until he could ascertain what the driver was holding.
He will be assigned to desk duty... but then in a month or two when the public outrage has died down, he will be bumped back up to where he was with full pay and benefits like nothing ever happened.
Meanwhile, if the kid did the same thing to the cop, it would be assault with a deadly weapon and the kid would be doing 10+ years in jail, if he wasn't shot in retaliation.
Yeah, you have all the answers.
i see no flaw with your post...
do you think there's a difference between joe citizen and a person paid to uphold the laws? what's so hard about complying to a cops demands, i guess michael brown was just making a political statement when he stole the swishers and didn't want to have a conversation with wilson.
further research shows that the cop who shoved that gun in the kids face was a nutcase who was fired, got probation/community service and is never allowed to apply for police work again.
When a cop talks to you you do what he says! Oh wait this kid is white. I'm fucking outraged!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Swing and a miss!
Yes, there is a difference between Joe Citizen and a LEO... the LEO is sworn to uphold the law and entrusted by The People with a serious task and the necessary authority to perform that task - so when they break that trust and violate the law, it's a MORE serious violation than if Joe Citizen did it.
A teacher selling drugs at school is worse than a student selling drugs at school.
A doctor stealing pills from the hospital pharmacy is worse than a janitor stealing pills from a hospital pharmacy.
A pilot drunk on the job is worse than a janitor drunk on the job.
...because those people are tasked with a greater responsibility in their jobs than "Joe citizen". And if any of the above people did the things listed, they would be fired and brought up on charges quicker than you can blink.
But a cop - who is also entrusted with a very serious responsibility - is usually given a free pass in similar circumstances. Why so?
As for Michael Brown - what on earth does that have to do with a cop committing assault and battery with a deadly weapon upon a carload of innocent kids? Brown was less menacing to Wilson than this cop was to those kids... so are you saying the cop deserved to be shot? I tend to agree... he's lucky the kids weren't armed, if they were and shot the cop, it would have been a clean kill.
This cop needs to be in jail. 99.999% chance that won't happen.
HAHAH! I was right! I looked it up too and you're correct.
The cop was charged with 2 counts of aggravated assault. He was released from jail the same day and put on paid administrative leave while the case progressed. The sentence of each case of aggravated assault is 1 to 20 years, with a minimum of 3 to 5 years depending on various factors (AA against a LEO is one, on a senior citizen is another).
And what was this cop - Scott Biumi - sentenced to? 10 years. of PROBATION. For two counts of assault with a deadly weapon.
Yep, that's TOTALLY what Joe Citizen would get for aggravated assault - totally equal treatment
Ummmm, you weren't right. You said he'd get his job back and it would be like nothing happened.
I am not saying it's right but I see folks get far less for similar charges. He got off easy but so do many others.
I dont think they know the difference between agg/bat and agg/assault...
guess i should have read the article