Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Starscream600, Oct 31, 2012.
Cop Tasers 10-Year-Old During Career Day
Isn't the police supposed to be PROTECTING people?!
this sounds like something out of 21 jump street. it's sad we have dolts like this on the force with people legitimately doing their job.
this not funny at all
inb4 don't tase me bro
What's up with the 'cleaning the patrol car' bit?
Not that any little kid needs to be tased ever... B
But, what in the world made it escalate to a situation like this?
It feels as if there are two parts to this story, and we are only hearing the part of the victimized little boy.
However, what story plays the smallest violin and leads a angry mob by directing nothing but anger at the police offer?
Again though, really? Tasing a little boy... duh fuq?
Sounds like the most irresponsible, immature person in that classroom was the cop.
Other than me, anyway.
This poor kid...either he's going to grow up deathly afraid of the law, or he's going to grow up hating it. Hopefully, it's the former, because the last thing we need is for this boy to become a criminal because of this one jackass.
Of course, nobody will want to hear the cop's side of the story. After all, to the public, he's a child-tasing asshole.
The police department should be sued for employing this criminal. The school system should be sued for leaving the officer near the children unsupervised long enough to do this. That police officer should be forced to give up all his money and every worldly possession to the victim. Then he should be put to death. Electric chair. End of story.
I expected this from Florida or something.
America, Y U so stupid?
Of course, every story has two sides.
The officer's report,
Funny that "news" outlets are just picking up a story that happen back in May.
But going with the mob mentality, it must be a cover-up cause we all know that accidents never happen.
Look, I'm not going to lie, that account is more than a little suspicious.
That officer report makes more sense; how many times do we hear of cops guns firing off by accident and them shooting themselves in the foot?
Oh I agree, but neither should anyone completely believe the posted article. The truth is always somewhere in the middle.
"Hey, I did my first desk pop!"
Not always, it isn't.
Poor word choice, it's getting late lol. Regardless, the point still stands, when reading an article from a site called "The Inquisitr" (honestly this should be applied to any site, but more-so with random sites like this ) critical reading should be applied.
With police like this, who needs crime? but they still have a ton of it down there.
Cops aren't exactly saints: http://www.tfw2005.com/boards/general-discussion/695614-cop-planned-kill-eat-100-women.html
I'm guessing he thought the cartridge was off and pointed it at the kid as a joke. The witnesses thought he meant to fire it, and he's smudging the truth to cover up his irresponsible stupidity.
I used to mix little "accident" falsehoods into the truth as a kid when I got caught doing something wrong. He's clearly doing the same thing.
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