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emonkies

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#1 9 years ago

My f-ing ass it was.

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Lady saw two black men forcing a door open across the street, the lady calls the police and says someone is trying to break into the house across the street.

The police show up and find a black man in the house. The man claims to be a Professor and live there and said the door was stuck and he had to shoulder it open.

Police ask for ID, Professor refuses, claims he is being racially discriminated against. Professor asks for cop for name and badge number, cop refuses. Eventually Professor shows ID all the while making harrassing and inflammatory statements.

Cope leave so the Professor FOLLOWS THE COPS OUTSIDE onto his front porch still badgering and harrasing the cops.

The cops then arrest him for... not breaking and entering but disorderly conduct.

I have been in this exact same position where my door lock broke and I had to get a screwdriver out of my car and take a storm window off from the outside to get in my house.

Cops showed up and said they had a report of someone breaking into the house and I said yes that was me, explained the situation, cop asked for ID and I showed him, he said OK thanks and that was it. I didnt get loud or argumentative because I know thats the best way to get arrested or a night stick to the side of the head.

But this dunbshit apparently felt he was above the law and could talk to the cops any way he pleased. He found out there is a certain amount of leeway but you cant walk up to a cop on the street or your own home and yell at them and call them names and expect nothing to happen.

We have all the seen videos on here, cops need very little excuse to be aggressive when challenged.




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#2 9 years ago

Hmmm. either drunk, mental, or something. I doubt he is a real professor. Either way, its still funny.




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#3 9 years ago

[COLOR=black]I think it to be a superiority complex. This dude must have forgotten that he wasn’t in his Civics 101 class preaching to fresh out of high school drones about god knows what.[/COLOR] [COLOR=black]Many college professors (and no offense to any of you) college faculty and students feel they are big sh’t, no-it-alls and are better than everyone and that people on the outside owe them something. I was a US History instructor for a few years and many of the tenured professors at the college I taught at, seemed to have big heads about themselves (not all mind you) and about how the world should be and how people should see them in it. Our very own Ward Churchill at the University of Colorado – Boulder proved this emphatically over the whole plagiarism ordeal, which he tried to spin off as being singled out and reprimanded because of his very vocal opposition to Bush…actually he wasn't terminated, but suspended because of using his classroom as a political forum to denounce conservatism and Bush and failing students who disagreed with him instead of actually teaching the course. The controversy over professors/teachers using the classroom as a political milling machine became front news and this dudes constant need for sensationalism brought national attention to him. People started to read up on this Churchill guy and some of those were original authors who discovered that Churchill’s essays were plagiarized, often republished versions of their work under his name, and an investigation by the University proved this to be true and then he was terminated…anyway... He made a big deal out of it, drug the University and his community through an embarrassing court procedure that concluded with him not getting his job back and retaining no monetary damages that he sought for. [/COLOR] [COLOR=black]…oh and Boulder is a very, very leftwing town and so is the University, so this had nothing to do with Churchill’s political leanings.[/COLOR]




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#4 9 years ago

He had it coming, if he would have explained it to the "fuzz" in a calm and pleasant manner he wouldn't have gotten arrested, but no he took the opposite way he decided to be a loud mouth a$$hole who had it coming perhaps he will be humbled by this experience, or become bitter either way I bet it'll teach this numb-nuts a life lesson...

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#5 9 years ago

[COLOR=black]He obviously thought he was the sh’t, hated cops and/or was angry because of what he had to do to get into his house, either way he wasn’t being rational about the whole situation. Everything I’m sure would have been cool if he’d explained the situation and presented ID as Anlushac11 did. The officer would have been on his way and that would have been that. His behavior clearly got him arrested. He was not rational, which is why the officer was leading him out of the house. The officer accepted the fact that he was who he said he was, it was this guys attitude that got him in trouble. Once he stepped outside, he committed a crime. Much like the neighborhood drunk. You can be a drunk asshole in your house; if the cops are called they’ll try to come in (if you let them) or attempt to get you to settle down and call it a night, if you step out of your home belligerent, you can immediately be arrested for being drunk in public and/or for disorderly conduct…which is what happened to this dumbass. He followed the officer out still on his tirade and that’s why he got punk’d. This guy didn’t have to be an ass to the officer that was responding to a possible situation, this guy should have been happy that a concerned citizen saw someone breaking into his house and thought to call the police.[/COLOR]




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#6 9 years ago
Police ask for ID, Professor refuses, claims he is being racially discriminated against. Professor asks for cop for name and badge number, cop refuses. Eventually Professor shows ID all the while making harrassing and inflammatory statements.

Why did the police refuse?

Cope leave so the Professor FOLLOWS THE COPS OUTSIDE onto his front porch still badgering and harrasing the cops.

The cops then arrest him for... not breaking and entering but disorderly conduct.

No problem with that, that is pretty disorderly.




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#7 9 years ago

I wholeheartedly agree with Anlushac and AlDaja. Not to say there aren't cops that stereotype (though I don't think it is really racist, I'd bet most of those same cops have black friends.) but this just isn't a case of it. Someone reported that the house was being broken into, so the cops looked into it. It's pretty reasonable to check and see if someone who just forced down the door to a house is the proper owner, and they left once he provided identification. If he had stopped there nothing would have happened. But no, he had to be a belligerent ass.




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#8 9 years ago

Obama has done passed down judgement from the mountain...

"I think it's fair to say, No. 1, any of us would be pretty angry," Obama said. "No. 2, that the Cambridge police acted stupidly in arresting somebody when there was already proof that they were in their own home. And No. 3 — what I think we know separate and apart from this incident — is that there is a long history in this country of African-Americans and Latinos being stopped by law enforcement disproportionately, and that's just a fact."

OK first President elect Obama needs to have a nice warm cup of shut the hell up.

The Police were called in on a report of someone trying to force their way into a house, which is true.

The Professor was not arrested for breaking and entering, he was arrested for disorderly conduct after cops asked him for ID in his own house to which the professor apparently went ballistic and accused yje cop of racism. He wasnt even arrested in his house, he was arrested after following the cop OUTSIDE and proceeded with further insults and badgering.

How would the cops know a guy in the house they got a call to was the actual occupant without asking for ID?

Sorry that the majority of people pulled over are minorities. Im also sorry that the majority of the people in prisons are minorities who come from a bad social background.

If the majority of people arrested and in prison are minorities is that a problem with our society or with the Police force?




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#9 9 years ago

Politicians need to stay the away from the actual application of justice as far as possible. You’ve set the law fine, now, kindly, fuck off and die.

As for the topic, 'don't mess with the bull if you don't want to get the horns.'




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#10 9 years ago

Anlushac11;4956377Obama has done passed down judgement from the mountain...

OK first President elect Obama needs to have a nice warm cup of shut the hell up.

+Rep :), I heard this on the radio just a couple hours ago; this is bullshit. I mean come on, who does this guy think he is? If I saw someone slamming their shoulder into a door, I'd be suspicious too, and I'm sick to death of this "racist" shit. The cop said he was merely investigating a break-in report, but no this guy has to get all pissed off. He seriously would've been better off if he'd explained his situation to the officer. What a serious idiot :thumbsdown:


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