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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by heady muscle, Jan 14, 2015.
police should have no right to break into your home because someone says you want to harm yourself. it’s none of The governments business what people do to their own bodies.
it’s a damn shame some people want government to control their lives. I guess some people just need to be told how to live and what to do with their lives.
“when government tries to protect you from yourself it becomes a tyrannical state”. -Ron Paul
according to that little snowflake up in Canada(Justin Trudeau) you can’t say mankind anymore. it’s humankind otherwise you’re sexist.
The PC of today is out of control.
Now thats open to debate as when a suicide is completed there was for over 95% of the the cases an underlying psychiatric condition, and an usually reversible one at that (mood disorders accouting for over 70% of those conditions)
The slope you're on is slipperier than a KY lubed hooker with her ass in the air.
One officer orders him to extend his legs. Another orders him to cross his legs. When he tries to complies with both, they pump him full of electricity. The whole time he's calm, unthreatening and compliant. The idea that you get assaulted like this for "disobedience" is sick:
“Trump pardons ranchers whose arrests led to armed occupation of wildlife refuge”
Trump pardons ranchers whose arrests led to armed occupation of wildlife refuge
It’s great when you can pardon criminals. What did that good ol’ boy Cliven tell us before he went to the pokey? “Cliven understands the black man.” That was before the pokey. He may have been introduced to the shower hokey pokey whilst pondering great thoughts in jail, as all inbred hillbilly criminals do.
He’ll just be hired by another department. Police Unions excuse cops if everything. Rape, robbery, murder
Yep, zero credibility regarding bad cops getting punished. Public employee unions have to be disbanded
RENO, Nevada — Locked away in a Nevada county jail for failing to take care of her traffic tickets, 27-year-old Kelly Coltrain asked to go to the hospital. Instead, as her condition worsened, she was handed a mop and told to clean up her own vomit. She died in her jail cell less than an hour later.
Despite being in a video-monitored cell, Mineral County Sheriff's deputies did not recognize that Coltrain had suffered an apparent seizure and had not moved for more than six hours. When a deputy finally entered her cell and couldn't wake her, he did not call for medical assistance or attempt to resuscitate her. Coltrain lay dead in her cell until the next morning when state officials arrived to investigate.
Details of Coltrain's death 13 months ago came to light this week with the release of a 300-page report compiled by state investigators. The investigation found that Coltrain's jailers violated multiple policies when they denied her medical care after she informed them she was dependent on drugs and suffered seizures when she went through withdrawals.