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Unread post by Sentenza » January 14th, 2007, 5:48 am

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On and on, the list can go on . . . POLICE BRUTALITY?

A WHOLE CITY CAUGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF IT >> TJ!
Thats some crazy shit right there Lonewolf. That reminds me of that one Song: "Welcome to Tijuana, Tequila, Sex, and Marijuana."

But at least they took some actions against it. In other places the goverment closes their eyes before such things. Lets hope that itll be better after they exchanged the corrupt officers, even though i doubt it. :?

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Unread post by blue42 » January 15th, 2007, 7:42 pm

cops round here are just out of control no respect for nothing always looking for a war with anything black its ashame i think you need a 4 year degree to become a cop i dont see why anybody would look up to them for nothing what they make 30,000 a year i can have that in 6 months and i dont have a degree at all but when you spend the whole day profiling & harrasing i guess its worth it i have been disrespected by the cops this past year mased, ruff housed on the pavement called racial slurs by the cops so ive come to the conclusion that all cops not bad but that 95.9 % of them are i dont see the honor in bullet proof windows, vest, cb for back up, unlimtied firearms, ammo really though you cops need to cut the tuff guy act little rock not that bad at all so i guess they have to stay busy some way and i guess theyd rather do more wrong than good for the hood in 2007 i got my hawk eyes on....

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Unread post by bryan989 » January 15th, 2007, 7:54 pm

my dude mike tried to rob a CVS pharmacy the other day for oxys and aderol. they didn't have any so he dipped out and got away. like 30 minutes later the police spotted him @ lane and high street. he had an ar-15 layed out on the seat next to him when they ran up on him with straps out. he panicked, grabbed his shit, then they started dumpin on him. in the end they hit him four times, but the fatal shot was self inflicted. i blame the 5-0 tho, they shot first.

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Unread post by 'X' » January 15th, 2007, 9:20 pm

**Repost

Police brutality and profiling? "It's Starts Early"

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... and thats real.

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Unread post by EmperorPenguin » January 16th, 2007, 10:52 am

bryan889 wrote:my dude mike tried to rob a CVS pharmacy the other day for oxys and aderol. they didn't have any so he dipped out and got away. like 30 minutes later the police spotted him @ lane and high street. he had an ar-15 layed out on the seat next to him when they ran up on him with straps out. he panicked, grabbed his shit, then they started dumpin on him. in the end they hit him four times, but the fatal shot was self inflicted. i blame the 5-0 tho, they shot first.
I'm totally against police brutality in any form but this boggles my mind. How in gods name would you blame someone for shooting your friend when he "panicked" and grabbed a fire arm endangering lives of those around him. He robs a place (or at least attempted to), endangering someone elses life for no good reason, then he runs away and when the police show up to arrest him with guns drawn (which is common practice when arresting an armed robber) your friend decides to grab his gun for again, no good reason and they shoot at him, at which point I imagine he shot himself? That makes total sense, I can see why you harbor ill will towards someone else for all that.

If cops show up and beat the shit out of someone for shits and giggles, then I'm all for directing your hate towards those people. If they're planting drugs, shooting people, or any number of things that are illegal then by all means you have the right to be upset. But you have a situation where as far as anyone knows those were good cops doing their job and doing it right and your friend was in a postion to kill them and himself and you're mad at them? There's enough bad cops out there to be mad at, there's no excuse for being mad at what was possibly the good ones.

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Unread post by bryan989 » January 16th, 2007, 10:59 am

cause he didn't even point the gun at them. they should be able to tell wether an assault rifle is pointed at them or not. theres no way he was able to point it at them, get shot 4 times, then move that big ass gun around and point it at himself. especially in the front seat of a car.

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Unread post by frozen fire » January 16th, 2007, 12:07 pm

'X' wrote:**Repost

Police brutality and profiling? "It's Starts Early"

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Unread post by EmperorPenguin » January 16th, 2007, 1:03 pm

bryan889 wrote:cause he didn't even point the gun at them. they should be able to tell wether an assault rifle is pointed at them or not. theres no way he was able to point it at them, get shot 4 times, then move that big ass gun around and point it at himself. especially in the front seat of a car.
You're absolutely right. They should have stopped and asked him if he planned on using the firearm against them or just himself. I can't fathom why a police officer would fire at a person with a gun when they should have just KNOWN he wasn't going to be able to fire at them in time.

^ That's sarcasm in case you missed it. Don't get me wrong, I'm not a defender of the policing system, I'm just a questioner of stupidity. If someone reaches for a gun while they have guns pointed at their face they have to know what's coming next. It doesn't matter if those people on the other end of the gun are police officers or gang bangers, you're getting shot at plain and simple. Police are trained (like any law enforcer) that if someone is involved in a robbery and are believed to be armed and dangerous and they reach for a gun, you are allowed to fire upon them. Your friend in the end took his own life for whatever reason, I suggest you start questioning that before you question the police who were defending themselves.

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Unread post by frozen fire » January 16th, 2007, 1:16 pm

i remember after the the bombings in london, there was an incident were a police man shot a young teen, several times, cuz he looked like an asian/arab (muslim) and was wearing a puffy jacket....

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Unread post by EmperorPenguin » January 16th, 2007, 1:31 pm

frozen fire wrote:i remember after the the bombings in london, there was an incident were a police man shot a young teen, several times, because he looked like an asian/arab (muslim) and was wearing a puffy jacket....
I remember that too. He got spooked for whatever reason and started to run, everyone in London was on high alert and the cops just blasted him for what came out to be no reason. I'd like to assume that those cops aren't necessarily bad cops but given it being within days of an attack I'm sure they were really strung out, but I wasn't there so I have no idea what went down or why.

I have to admit I have family that were police officers, I had family who were in the armed forces, and my grandfather even worked in a branch of the FBI a loooong time ago. I can't even begin to imagine what it's like to goto work knowing in the back of your mind "This might be the day I get shot trying to do my job, or die trying to save someone", I don't like going to work on some days if I have a headache nevermind thinking I might die. It has to be a tough line of work to choose. Look at the police in New Orleans after Katrina. A large portion didn't show up for work following the disaster, some where dead, some couldn't take it, and a portion even committed suicide because of the pressure of what they saw and what they knew lie ahead. None of these are reasons or excuses for police brutality, if you choose that line of work you have to understand what you're taking on and to lash out an innocent people isn't part of the job.

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Unread post by Odog » January 17th, 2007, 8:34 am

frozen fire wrote:i remember after the the bombings in london, there was an incident were a police man shot a young teen, several times, because he looked like an asian/arab (muslim) and was wearing a puffy jacket....
I think it was an Brazilian guy who was illegal in England.That's why he ran from the cops,but they tought he was a terrorist.He took several bullets to the head.

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Unread post by Mcminister » January 17th, 2007, 3:24 pm

police brutality will reduce after a white dude gets his wig split

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Unread post by BlaKK » January 17th, 2007, 4:00 pm

^ ahahaha hellz yea nigga.

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Unread post by frozen fire » January 18th, 2007, 12:41 pm

Odog wrote:
frozen fire wrote:i remember after the the bombings in london, there was an incident were a police man shot a young teen, several times, because he looked like an asian/arab (muslim) and was wearing a puffy jacket....
I think it was an Brazilian guy who was illegal in England.That's why he ran from the cops,but they tought he was a terrorist.He took several bullets to the head.
they thought?? its scary you can be locked up, tortured and shot..because people *think* you are a *terrorist*. No trail, no proof, just plain old suspision (spl?).

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Unread post by Sentenza » January 18th, 2007, 12:42 pm

People i have taqlked to called that "collateral damage". I wonder if they d talk like that still if it was their son or brother that would have been shot dead over BS.

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Unread post by EmperorPenguin » January 18th, 2007, 4:07 pm

frozen fire wrote:
Odog wrote:
frozen fire wrote:i remember after the the bombings in london, there was an incident were a police man shot a young teen, several times, because he looked like an asian/arab (muslim) and was wearing a puffy jacket....
I think it was an Brazilian guy who was illegal in England.That's why he ran from the cops,but they tought he was a terrorist.He took several bullets to the head.
they thought?? its scary you can be locked up, tortured and shot..because people *think* you are a *terrorist*. No trail, no proof, just plain old suspision (spl?).
Take a look into the case of Maher Arar to see what can happen when one *thinks* you're a terrorist and witness what happens when the American goverment agencies and the RCMP join forces.

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Unread post by Sentenza » January 18th, 2007, 5:22 pm

TeeKay wrote:sentenza can you share the story?
What i failed to mention is, that the cops caught a case for fucking up the rescue mission and pushing him into suicide, because basically after shooting at him, the special unit rushed him down the balcony.
Accidentally, but i am still like fuck them.

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Unread post by Lonewolf » January 21st, 2007, 12:56 pm

Check out this flicka of Tijuana Police marching in protest . . .
. . . trying to get their fuscas back into their holsters . . .

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Each and every one of these officers has to go thru an inquiry
which takes up to 3 hours and they are subject for for a re-call.

The interviews are being electronically recorded and then
sent to analyze for voice comparison to intercepts of calls
taken from kidnappers, hermandades/brotherhoods & the
Arrellano Familia Cartel amongst other players out there.

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Unread post by Sentenza » January 21st, 2007, 12:59 pm

Lonewolf wrote:Check out this flicka of Tijuana Police marching in protest . . .
. . . trying to get their fuscas back into their holsters . . .

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Each and every one of these officers has to go thru an inquiry
which takes up to 3 hours and they are subject for for a re-call.

The interviews are being electronically recorded and then
sent to analyze for voice comparison to intercepts of calls
taken from kidnappers, hermandades/brotherhoods & the
Arrellano Familia Cartel amongst other players out there.
I heard that the Arrellano Brothers are dead and some other guys took over, is that true?

Apart from that,it seems to be really messed up over there.

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Unread post by Lonewolf » January 21st, 2007, 1:10 pm

Nah! They ain't off the scene ... That's a BIG FAMILIA right there.

Sh*t is poppin off everywhwere though.

They day they decided to take the cuetes from the chotas downhere,
was the same day that Junior Arrellano was presented in U.S. court.

What a fockin' coincidence que no?

What's up with that poison?

What? Some MexFeds trying to open up the doors into the most
profitable market in the entire Mexi"can" Nation?

What? The Nationalist Homegrown Cartel is a treath to the governing
PANista elites?

El Cartel de Tijuana scaring off "entrepeneurs and investors"?

You must remember >> The P.A.N. is a 1940s creation of the C.I.A.

Need a real down to earth historical lesson holmes?

Tijuana is the Southern Connection . . .

But "we pay no taxes" . . .

And WE KEEPT IT IN-HOUSE . . .

Tu sabes >> "LOCALS ONLY!"

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Unread post by Sentenza » January 21st, 2007, 1:27 pm

To be honest, i dont know too much about all of the story..

PAN a CIA creation? :shock:

But yea, the whole story doesnt seem like a coincident.

So you would suggest that the central government is also involved in all of that because the TJ-Cartell doesnt want to "cooperate"?

Sounds like Columbia to me right there.

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Unread post by Lonewolf » January 21st, 2007, 1:53 pm

Sentenza wrote:To be honest, i dont know too much about all of the story..

PAN a CIA creation? :shock:

But yea, the whole story doesnt seem like a coincident.

So you would suggest that the central government is also involved in all of that because the TJ-Cartell doesnt want to "cooperate"?

Sounds like Columbia to me right there.
Politricks my dear sir . . . nothin' but politricks . . .
everythin' is interwined . . . nothin' survives without the other . . .
nothin' is nothin' without the other . . . you feel my eyes?

C.I.A. started out the P.A.N. back in the 40s when LAZARO CARDENAS
began to "Nationalize" all Mexican "WEALTH" >> Oil and Agriculture, and
the supply methods >> Electrical Power, Rail Roads and Communications.

Cardenas said fock the Gringos, let's keep Mexico for Mexicans . . .
. . . And so, The Imperialist NORTE intervened.

There was no "real" opposition to a Nationalist "Socialist" Government . . .
Therefore >> One had to be created . . .
One that would "exist" outside of the National State . . .
. . . and funded >> from outside the State . . .
... Enter the Dragon >> Enter the C.I.A.

I'll leave it at that >> you follow up on your own schooling and research.

Want to hear more on the TJ Familia?

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Unread post by Sentenza » January 21st, 2007, 1:58 pm

Lonewolf wrote: Want to hear more on the TJ Familia?
Input is always welcome.

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Unread post by Lonewolf » January 21st, 2007, 2:16 pm

Pinche ALEMAN . . . you wanna take into warp speed back in time and into
the twilite zone foolio.

That's what I like about you >> always entertaining me.

Good thing that I'm all pedo . . . Personal sh*t on the side.

Orale pues, ahi te va este cuento . . . here goes a fairy tale.

Back in the day sum D.E.A. rata got smoked and the heat came
crashing down on the puppets.

The puppets stooped down and let themselves get focked in the a*s.

They allowed for INTERPOL to come in and put a face up for their true
masters . . . uhummm . . . you know holmes.

Same ones that be crusin' up and down our streets.

And so . . . the Locals play their game . . . A homeboy gets caged up
but he ain't really caged up . . . you know how that goes - right?

Other players see the open door . . . so they they make their move.

And what happens?

MADNESS!

But the Locals are straight up From The Hood . . .

A FUNKED UP NIGHTMARE FOR IMPOSTORS . . . MoFo's!

Even so >> too many $$$$ coming in . . .

Too much to try an keep IN-HOUSE!

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Unread post by Lonewolf » January 21st, 2007, 5:38 pm

Lonewolf wrote:Pinche ALEMAN . . . you wanna take into warp speed back in time and into
the twilite zone foolio.

That's what I like about you >> always entertaining me.

Good thing that I'm all pedo . . . Personal sh*t on the side.

Orale pues, ahi te va este cuento . . . here goes a fairy tale.

Back in the day sum D.E.A. rata got smoked and the heat came
crashing down on the puppets.

The puppets stooped down and let themselves get focked in the a*s.

They allowed for INTERPOL to come in and put a face up for their true
masters . . . uhummm . . . you know holmes.

Same ones that be crusin' up and down our streets.

And so . . . the Locals play their game . . . A homeboy gets caged up
but he ain't really caged up . . . you know how that goes - right?

Other players see the open door . . . so they they make their move.

And what happens?

MADNESS!

But the Locals are straight up From The Hood . . .

A FUNKED UP NIGHTMARE FOR IMPOSTORS . . . MoFo's!

Even so >> too many $$$$ coming in . . .

Too much to try an keep IN-HOUSE!
Oops, I was drrunk :D

You need a translation?

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Unread post by perongregory » January 22nd, 2007, 2:15 am

thanks for puttin that history down lonewolf. Fuckin gabachos.

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Unread post by Lonewolf » January 23rd, 2007, 8:42 pm

LMAO :lol: :lol: :lol:

I'm layin' down on my sofa-couch watchin' the tube . . .
and my ole lady comes out from her bedroom busting out.

I say what's so funny?

She can't stop laffin' and can't stop for a good minute . . .
finally she's able to tell me what's up.

She's watching one of them spanish news shows in her room . . .
and she said that they were reporting about the Tijuana Police
continuing to protest and demonstrate .. wantin' to get their gats
back . . . and what the authorities gave them instead were >>

>> slingshots and marbles :shock:

LMAO :lol: :lol: :twisted:

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Unread post by Sentenza » January 23rd, 2007, 11:36 pm

LOL....Really? At least they can harm no one with that. Maybe a few black eyes or something, but not more..... :lol: :lol:
Wouldnt it be nice if all people on earth would only have slinghsots? :lol: :lol:

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Unread post by Garf » February 20th, 2007, 7:49 pm

There's bad cops and good cops. I kind of have a little fear from just the way they treated the innocent, but something needs to be done. It's good that most cop car's have cameras that need to be on. That's like more evidence on how you're getting treated. Maybe they need to be on camera 24/7 like COPS. They'll forshurrre behave.

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Unread post by A Ghost » February 20th, 2007, 8:42 pm

Lonewolf wrote:LMAO :lol: :lol: :lol:

I'm layin' down on my sofa-couch watchin' the tube . . .
and my ole lady comes out from her bedroom busting out.

I say what's so funny?

She can't stop laffin' and can't stop for a good minute . . .
finally she's able to tell me what's up.

She's watching one of them spanish news shows in her room . . .
and she said that they were reporting about the Tijuana Police
continuing to protest and demonstrate .. wantin' to get their gats
back . . . and what the authorities gave them instead were >>

>> slingshots and marbles :shock:

LMAO :lol: :lol: :twisted:
LMAO!!!

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