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|02-21-2019 10:36 AM|
I wasn't saying what he did was right. I was saying whether he was correct that those folks were truly criminals.
Yes, those are reasons many don't trust cops.
|02-21-2019 10:07 AM|
|Dee||I think a lot of facts will shake out as this investigation continues.|
|02-21-2019 09:50 AM|
Remember when it was "to protect and serve"?
Those who seek power and authority over others are not the ones that should be hired.
Better to select those who wish to serve others.
|02-21-2019 09:29 AM|
|Shootall3||The officer was not "right" . Him and others like him cause the public not to trust cops. Right would have been to follow the rules. You follow a hunch not fabricate a story to justify an end.|
|02-21-2019 09:18 AM|
Sounds like a movie plot. Officer is sure someone is guilty, but since he has no proof, he makes up the proof to get the warrant or to prosecute the accused.
As Dee said, we can only hope the officer was right.
Making up stuff to get a warrant....sounds familiar to me.....reckon where they learned that from...
|02-21-2019 12:17 AM|
Well, it seems a veteran officer lied to get the search warrant and two folks are dead, along with the four officers wounded.
Now hopefully we will get to the bottom of whether the offenders were true offenders, of if the whole dam n thing was a disaster.
Hopefully they were real outlaws, and not innocents, and hopefully the accused were the ones that started the fight, but regardless, the officer in question should, and I assume will be, prosecuted.
|02-16-2019 08:14 AM|
|Dee||It seems to be|
|02-16-2019 01:13 AM|
|tommyt||Now the plot thickens|
|02-16-2019 01:01 AM|
And now the truth begins to be revealed:
|02-04-2019 02:59 PM|
I was at a chemical plant once " Climax" fixing a generator. And this scroungey roughneck looking guy came
up and slapped me on the back. I turned around and he winked and said hi Dave it's Larry! Some of the
drivers were hauling chemicals alright.
Larry eventually became the chief of police in Jal NM. I guess Larry trusted me.
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