Seems my “Cops in the Crosshairs” post of yesterday sired up some shit. Previously, I’d not heard from any cops. Yesterday I finally did, but in my previous “Skokie Thug Cop Michael Hart Needs to Go to Jail and Get About 20 ‘Boyfriends’“ post. I’m not really impressed. But, you be the judge.
This article by this MORON (because that is what he is) Sickens me to the CORE! Why place hate on every Police Officer out there. We have bad cops just like we have Bad teachers, priest, doctors, lawyers, judges, daycare workers ETC. For you to write up an article like this and bad mouth every officer is just pure shameful on your part. I agree that Mr. Hart committed a crime! I would even dare to call this piece of shit an officer of nothing but crime! There are good officers out there, officers that put there lives on the LINE daily to YES ” PROTECT AND SERVE” while your sleeping they are patrolling your streets idiot! When someone breaks in your home, you don’t call uncle bob you call 911 MORON! When your child come up missing you don’t call anyone but 911! When your out drinking and socializing with friends and family there is an officer that away from his/her family to patrol YOUR streets! Obviously your past experiences with Police/Sheriffs hasn’t been good probably because you are a CRIMINAL! why don’t you put your money where you mouth is and give us an insight of yourself. What your name and date of birth and I can post your record on here and lets see who’s the real criminal. Mr Hart should go to PRISON, The victim should be compensated and he should also be sued civilly for punitive damages. This man has no business in being a law enforcement officer and should get whats coming to him but don’t take this incident of a bad officer or officers to downgrade every officer out there. I wish there was a way for people to decline police services. This way when your getting shot at stabbed etc your on your own and really appreciate what these great men and women do!
…And that’s just the critical thinking and writing skills of one “good cop” you trust your lives and freedoms to (but wait, I still have a real Good Cop to show you). There are a million things to say about his particular psychodouche, but I kept it simple.
Hope you got a chance to at least scan through all the comments prior to yours. I’d say that “The Thin Blue Line” has quite a public relations problem on their hands. Wonder why.
Oh, that’s right: “Obviously your past experiences with Police/Sheriffs hasn’t been good probably because you are a CRIMINAL!”
So obvious. Everyone who’s outraged must be a criminal. Do you guys really allow yourselves to live under such a silly delusion? Checked the Internet lately? Someone commented on another thread that this stuff has been going on forever but it was almost never seen. Enter the camera phone. All “criminals” have them now, see? Searched YouTube lately for “police brutality?”
“Where there are laws, there will be crime.” — Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
“Why don’t you put your money where you mouth is and give us an insight of yourself. What your name and date of birth and I can post your record on here and lets see who’s the real criminal.”
RICHARD LOTHAR NIKOLEY 1/29/61
Knock yourself out. Post that rap sheet.
Oh, one more thing. Ever heard of paragraphs? Look into it.
Sorry to hear you have this opinion of police officers.
While the actions of this particular officer and, yes, many more officers, this does not mean that all officers are corrupt, evil, lazy or protecting people. I won’t get into the dirt with you and start an argument. The actions of officers who brutally treat citizens is appalling and they need to be punished by going to prison. I agree with you in that. But as someone who wears a badge and strives towards bettering the community, I’m saddened you’ve lumped good officers in with the bad. I’ve arrested a police officer before for DUI. He was in a neighboring jurisdiction. I don’t tolerate officers abusing the power people have given them and they are not above the law.
I’ve enjoyed a lot of your writing and advice for a long time, but no longer. You’ve lost a reader.
I’m sincerely grateful—taking him at his word—that he’s trying hard. But in the end, no matter how hard you try, a mudpie is a mudpie.
If you won’t push it like this and put your job on the line, I have no use for you anyway.
Also, see the video in my more recent post:
Now, tell me how it isn’t so that private cops, just as well trained and pro in procedure, lingo, comms (as an ex-military O, I absolutely understand the value of all that) aren’t just kicking your pathetic asses all over the place because their focus is on protecting their customers and their property rather than raising revenue and generating perp walks for the state. Yea, OK, you got me. You’re serving “customers” too.
Here’s that first link, a good cop. And guess what happened. He got fired when the standard corps-massage still wasn’t good enough. Hilariously, they didn’t fire him for speaking out (that would be a 1st Amendment case). Rather, true to legal maneuvering by the Nomenclatura, they established a case, issued a gag order, then fired him for violating it. Watch it, maggots:
As I have finally admitted after getting everyone’s attention, if you do truly wish to protect and serve, then go get a job that does that. C’mon, it’s not like its a mysterious value. Virtually everyone is willing to pay good money for security, peace of mind, etc.
But it depends upon who those professionals work for. And this is really key. The various police—local, county, state, federal—are indeed professionals, and they have a customer they serve faithfully. That customer, in turn, engages in politics, has every ounce of help they need from the whores (local and mainstream media news) in order to create an illusion.
Here’s an example of professionals who work for the actual customers directly, and without an ounce of wiggle room. They have to perform, or they don’t get paid.
Just ask yourself. Even dismissing the issue of tax revenue you’re paying anyway, what would it be worth to you, not to worry about getting a $300 ticket for a “rolling stop,” or going a little fast when nobody’s around in your neighborhood—and you’ve never hurt anyone anyway—or worrying what your exact blood alcohol level is when getting up and driving home from the local pub like you’ve been doing for 10-20 years, always assured you’re OK—but worried about the machine looking for its mark?
Ask yourself next time you see a cop and every time: who are they really working for? To whom is their loyalty? Who will they really protect when it comes right down to it?
Roaming, 24/7 professional protectors is one of civilization’s greatest ideas. It’s almost as good as Firemen, who truly lay their lives on the line, save lives & property all the time, and are never armed. I still love it when a little kid says “I want to be a firman.” Salute.
If you want to be a good cop I encourage you. Your first step is to decide WHO you are going to work for. You have two choices, and there’s never any waffling. Choose the state, I hope you get killed. Choose the ones actually paying the bills, your true customers you serve under threat of summary firing, different story. Waffle on that to the slightest, I hope you get killed.
I’m like a dog. I’m always looking for a new place to take a piss. So make my day and got to work for the State, pretending the lie that you work to protect run-of-mill people.