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Topic: How to create an enemy for life....

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P1tchBlack

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How to create an enemy for life....
« on: May 17, 2019, 10:00:35 AM »
in 30 minutes or less.


https://youtu.be/zIHoejJOvkE


He was homecoming king at Central High School and had just graduated with several scholarships.
He had never been arrested or in trouble before and had a steady job selling new cars at a major dealership.

But 18-year-old Tae-Ahn Lea is black and lives in Park Duvalle, in Louisville’s West End. And when he borrowed his mom’s car to go get a slushie one day last August, he found himself being pulled over by the Louisville Metro Police Department's Ninth Mobile Division for the most minor of traffic violations — making a "wide turn" onto another street.



Before he was let go 25 minutes later, he was pulled from his car, frisked and handcuffed. His car was searched by a drug-sniffing dog, then by police officers who went through his wallet and even looked under the lid of his drink for contraband.

He was forced to stand on the street, embarrassed, as traffic drove by, with the cuffs chafing his wrists, as one officer asked him, "Why do you have this negative view towards the police?"



Nearly 1 million people have since viewed a video of the traffic stop on YouTube, and more than 17,000 have commented on it. Many said it shows exactly why minorities distrust law enforcement.

"Cops have a habit of making citizens enemies for life," one commentor said.

Police experts who viewed the video for the Courier Journal say that while the stop — except for the frisk — was legal, it was disturbingly disproportionate to the alleged offense and it showed the kind of bad policing that undermines the department's need to be effective.



LMPD Chief Steve Conrad has said that aggressive policing in high-crime areas reduces violent crime. He declined to comment on Lea's stop last Aug. 9, citing a pending investigation of the officers involved. 



more:
https://www.courier-journal.com/story/ne...210229002/


Hightop77

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Re: How to create an enemy for life....
« Reply #1 on: May 17, 2019, 10:18:15 AM »

P1tchBlack

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Re: How to create an enemy for life....
« Reply #2 on: May 17, 2019, 10:24:43 AM »

Even though he's black, he still has rights.  I know that makes you unhappy, but it's true.

Hightop77

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Re: How to create an enemy for life....
« Reply #3 on: May 17, 2019, 10:43:14 AM »
Park Duvalle probably has one of the highest concentrations of drug/gang shootings and violence in the country.  It is just like the places in Chicago, St. Louis or Baltimore.  The black drug/gang shootings are a daily occurrence.  Police are told to control it.  Pulling people over when they do suspicious things is part of that.  Problem is, you want to apply standards for civilized people to areas that are not civilized.  This dude was the exception to what police normally encounter.  Suck it up buttercup and understand why things are done that way there.  That is part of residing in a government housing project with the criminal class.  If you don't like things there, tell baby mama to get a job and move to someplace better.

P1tchBlack

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Re: How to create an enemy for life....
« Reply #4 on: May 17, 2019, 10:54:55 AM »
Park Duvalle probably has one of the highest concentrations of drug/gang shootings and violence in the country.  It is just like the places in Chicago, St. Louis or Baltimore.  The black drug/gang shootings are a daily occurrence.  Police are told to control it.  Pulling people over when they do suspicious things is part of that.  Problem is, you want to apply standards for civilized people to areas that are not civilized.  This dude was the exception to what police normally encounter.  Suck it up buttercup and understand why things are done that way there.  That is part of residing in a government housing project with the criminal class.  If you don't like things there, tell baby mama to get a job and move to someplace better.
It does not matter at all what police are told to do.  Citizens have rights and those rights don't change.  There was no reason to pull that kid out of the car.  There was no reason to pat him down.  There was no reason to go through his car.  He should have been, at most, given a ticket and sent on his way.

Hightop77

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Re: How to create an enemy for life....
« Reply #5 on: May 17, 2019, 11:01:58 AM »
It does not matter at all what police are told to do.  Citizens have rights and those rights don't change.  There was no reason to pull that kid out of the car.  There was no reason to pat him down.  There was no reason to go through his car.  He should have been, at most, given a ticket and sent on his way.
The stop was legal.  The idea is to get illegal guns and drugs with stops which is good.  Like I said, this is part of living on welfare in a black high crime/violence area.  Cops don't implement tactics like that for no reason.  The kid should thank them for even working in that sh*t hole.

P1tchBlack

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Re: How to create an enemy for life....
« Reply #6 on: May 17, 2019, 11:11:51 AM »
The stop was legal.  The idea is to get illegal guns and drugs with stops which is good.  Like I said, this is part of living on welfare in a black high crime/violence area.  Cops don't implement tactics like that for no reason.  The kid should thank them for even working in that sh*t hole.
The stop was legal. 

Correct.  I never said it wasn't.

The idea is to get illegal guns and drugs with stops which is good.

Which is fine, as long as you operate in a constitutional manner.

 Like I said, this is part of living on welfare in a black high crime/violence area.

No, it's not.  All people, no matter where they live or how much money they make, are protected by the constitution.

 Cops don't implement tactics like that for no reason.

Just without the right to do them.

The kid should thank them for even working in that sh*t hole.

That kid won't be a fan of cops for the rest of his life.

mcwterps1

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Re: How to create an enemy for life....
« Reply #7 on: May 17, 2019, 12:58:57 PM »
He'd have a different tune if it was a black cop and a white kid in the very scenario you spelled out.

By simply stating the area he's condemning everyone who is black to being a criminal. That's not the way it's supposed to work. It's systemic and people like him are the disease infesting this country, and they don't even know it.  To him it's justified.

The only way to soften the realization of how ignorant these people are, it's best to believe that every one of them are a product of decades of inbreeding. 

Hightop77

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Re: How to create an enemy for life....
« Reply #8 on: May 17, 2019, 01:05:06 PM »
The stop was legal. 

Correct.  I never said it wasn't.

The idea is to get illegal guns and drugs with stops which is good.

Which is fine, as long as you operate in a constitutional manner.

 Like I said, this is part of living on welfare in a black high crime/violence area.

No, it's not.  All people, no matter where they live or how much money they make, are protected by the constitution.

 Cops don't implement tactics like that for no reason.

Just without the right to do them.

The kid should thank them for even working in that sh*t hole.

That kid won't be a fan of cops for the rest of his life.

You already acknowledged that the stop was legal and then you go on to imply it wasn't constitutional.  Which is it?

Hightop77

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Re: How to create an enemy for life....
« Reply #9 on: May 17, 2019, 01:09:39 PM »
He'd have a different tune if it was a black cop and a white kid in the very scenario you spelled out.

By simply stating the area he's condemning everyone who is black to being a criminal. That's not the way it's supposed to work. It's systemic and people like him are the disease infesting this country, and they don't even know it.  To him it's justified.

The only way to soften the realization of how ignorant these people are, it's best to believe that every one of them are a product of decades of inbreeding.

You are part of the problem. Black areas are the highest crime areas and its not even close.  Black areas are characterized by drugs, violence, crime, misery, disorder and chaos.  It cost the city millions to try and maintain order in these third world crap holes.  The police do the best they can to enforce the law and maintain order there.  It's an impossible job.  Instead of attacking the police, why don't you focus on fixing the massive problems created by the people who live in these places?

P1tchBlack

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Re: How to create an enemy for life....
« Reply #10 on: May 17, 2019, 01:59:08 PM »
You already acknowledged that the stop was legal and then you go on to imply it wasn't constitutional.  Which is it?

The stop was for a wide turn.  Where is the reasonable suspicion to think he's armed or to search his car?  Pulling someone over doesn't mean cops can do whatever they want.... i know that has to be hard for you to hear, but it's still true.

P1tchBlack

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Re: How to create an enemy for life....
« Reply #11 on: May 17, 2019, 02:21:01 PM »
He'd have a different tune if it was a black cop and a white kid in the very scenario you spelled out.

By simply stating the area he's condemning everyone who is black to being a criminal. That's not the way it's supposed to work. It's systemic and people like him are the disease infesting this country, and they don't even know it.  To him it's justified.

The only way to soften the realization of how ignorant these people are, it's best to believe that every one of them are a product of decades of inbreeding.

Yep.  Hightop77 can rationalize nearly any behavior when it comes to cops and that goes double when it's a black person.  He loves the 2nd amendment, but all others are negotiable if you wear a blue jumpsuit.

Hightop77

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Re: How to create an enemy for life....
« Reply #12 on: May 17, 2019, 02:36:12 PM »
The stop was for a wide turn.  Where is the reasonable suspicion to think he's armed or to search his car?  Pulling someone over doesn't mean cops can do whatever they want.... i know that has to be hard for you to hear, but it's still true.
The search was fine.  The dog signaled for drugs.  Sue the dog.

P1tchBlack

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Re: How to create an enemy for life....
« Reply #13 on: May 17, 2019, 02:38:36 PM »
The search was fine.  The dog signaled for drugs.  Sue the dog.
There was no reason to call in a dog, nor take the kid out of the car and pat him down.  It was a wide turn.  The cop never said "I smell weed", had no reason to suspect he was on drugs, possessed drugs or was armed.  You have absolutely no concept of our rights, as citizens, unless it relates to guns.

 

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