a cop was being interviewed, and one of his comments was quite telling...........we don't have the manpower to fight crime, do the bidding of lawyers, be the babysitters ie domestics, etc.
paraphrased and not a quote for sure.
point is, and it was a valid point, we are asking the cops to do far too much for the position.
-they are handling rogue punks in schools
-they are responding to thefts/burglaries/all the above
-they are responding to fender benders/accidents/deaths/all the above
-they are responsible to chase bears out of towns
-they are responsible to serve papers on the populace as the humans look to screw each other in every imaginable way
-they are to serve papers from the corporate overlords of both .gov and .bus
-they are being asked to testify in courts
-they are being asked to appear at all 'fire' calls
-they are supposed to chase the drug dealers again and again as they walk repeatedly or are readily replaced
you get the picture, the list of duties continues to grow that they are encumbered with.
couple this with the degradation of society, and the shitty work environment, and it is a wonder there are any good cops at all.
You know.... I am a cop hater, I'm a cop hater, every day, in every way....
Kind of like that tune "I'm a girl watcher," I don't hide it at all. In fact, in fact when I think about it I just don't ever need to be prejudice to any race sept them fiction believing cops...Then there are those judges, lawyers, oh and of course those politicians *gags*…yeah, if you believe enough in fiction that you would invoke God......Then I hate you also.
Yep, I have enough hate for all of them, in fact I'm teaming with it.
Published on Jul 13, 2016
Reacting to Rudy Giuliani's blatant racism, Chris Hayes went out of his way to defend police culture, ignoring Giuliani's horrific claims. Fortunately, his guest, a former NYC cop, spoke up and did his job for him.
Ex-Baltimore Cop Michael Wood Exposes Police Culture Of Corruption & Abuse (Interview w/ Cenk Uygur) TYT Interviews
Published on Jul 10, 2015
Former U.S. Marine and Baltimore police officer Michael A. Wood, Jr. made headlines when he Tweeted about the abuses he witnessed fellow Baltimore police officers perpetrating. In this interview with The Young Turks’ Cenk Uygur Wood reveals the truth behind the “us vs. them” siege mentality pervading urban police forces that leads to a culture of corruption, racism and abuse, and what can be done to bring change for the better to policing in the United States.