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#1 10 years ago

Neal Rodriguez: BART Cop Needs to Be Held without Bail

Disgusting. The officer should be charged with first degree murder. No bail.




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#2 10 years ago
Jeffro;4760301Disgusting. The officer should be charged with first degree murder. No bail.

Agreed. That's ridiculous.




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#3 10 years ago

I currently am at a computer with no sound on so I can't hear any video comments or actual recorded sounds but... did that officer just shot a guy laying there? (without warning, apparent danger, the risk of injuring others, the risk of making the witnesses to the scene go berserk etc.)?

It looks pretty damn awful anyway, execution style. Sickening.

He resigned? He should have been fired on the spot, dishonorfully and straight into a cell to await prosecution.




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#4 10 years ago

Wow.....is this cop still a free man? And if so why? I really hope this guy gets thrown away quick or the Rodney King riots are gonna look like a pillow fight in what will happen if this cop gets off.




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#5 10 years ago

Spokesman: Officer in subway shooting has resigned - CNN.com

He has not been arrested as of yet, although he has resigned.




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#6 10 years ago
Dewit2em;4760536Wow.....is this cop still a free man? And if so why? I really hope this guy gets thrown away quick or the Rodney King riots are gonna look like a pillow fight in what will happen if this cop gets off.

He's still free because he's a cop, and he did it in the belief it was done in justice. Just the manner he did it in was completely brutal.




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#7 10 years ago

There's nothing I hate more than a public servant who abuses their power. It's for the courts to determine justice. Not some jumped up twat who takes it on himself to be, quite literally, judge jury and executioner. That man should have been behind bars so quickly it left skid marks, all the other cops in the incident should be up on charges of dereliction of duty for not arresting him at the scene. Fucking traitors the lot of them.




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#8 10 years ago
Nemmerle;4760593There's nothing I hate more than a public servant who abuses their power. It's for the courts to determine justice. Not some jumped up twat who takes it on himself to be, quite literally, judge jury and executioner. That man should have been behind bars so quickly it left skid marks, all the other cops in the incident should be up on charges of dereliction of duty for not arresting him at the scene. Fucking traitors the lot of them.

Aye, though I suppose we will never see such a thing happen. If only not to give a " bad" impression (arresting a cop on duty looks kinda bad... pretending everything went fine and working things out over a couple of weeks is what they prefer). It would have countered the reputation hit by this event though if his colleagues would have drawn guns at the cop, cuffed him and took him away (or better yet, the cop going beserk and his colleagues having to tazer or shoot him, woudl serve him right).

Yes I would have laughed if the cop was shot dead on the spot.




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#9 10 years ago

Jeez you guys are quick to jump to conclusions. Obviously it's tragic. I doubt it was an intentional "execution".

My theory: He mistook his gun for his taser. If nothing else, he should get involuntary manslaughter or second degree murder type charges. It's also entirely possible that street justice may come into play here at some point.




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#10 10 years ago
Oblivious;4760614My theory: He mistook his gun for his taser.

Heh, he must have been pretty retarded or drunk for that. Grabbing his pistol, turning off safety (if it was on to begin with) and then aiming and shooting... even a blind man would be able to distinguish between the taser and the pistol. Not even mentioning the extra time he would have had figuring out the difference while he was aiming at the guy and would give him a warning and all (oh wait, it doesn't look like he waited for a couple of seconds either.. bugger).