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PostSubject: Police Road Rage?   March 20th 2013, 11:31 am

Watch a North Carolina Sheriff Cause a Rear-End Crash on Purpose and Then Drive Away!

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All state and local law enforcement officers are sworn to "protect and serve" the public with the highest standard of conduct and professionalism, but unfortunately, that's not always the case.

For instance, take this Onslow County Sheriff's Deputy in car No. 145 that was marked as a K-9 unit. South Carolina resident Chad Walton was filming the deputy driving in front of him on the left side of the road going the same speed as a Volvo XC90 in the middle lane.

According to Walton, the officer was holding up traffic by going 50 mph in the fast line, when the speed limit was 60mph . To move ahead of the deputy's car, Walton went around the Swedish SUV and re-entered the fast lane.


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PostSubject: Re: Police Road Rage?   March 20th 2013, 11:44 am

Yet another example of why one should consider a dash cam.
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PostSubject: Re: Police Road Rage?   March 20th 2013, 12:23 pm

Dash cam would be a good idea.

That's a jerk cop. He would cost taxpayers a lot of money during his career. Hopefully he's at least put on probation with a psych consultation.
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PostSubject: Re: Police Road Rage?   March 20th 2013, 12:50 pm

Diseasel wrote:
Dash cam would be a good idea.

That's a jerk cop. He would cost taxpayers a lot of money during his career. Hopefully he's at least put on probation with a psych consultation.




UPDATE: North Carolina Cop Resigns After Brake Check Video Goes Viral

http://jalopnik.com/north-carolina-cop-resigns-after-brake-check-video-goes-456979801
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PostSubject: Re: Police Road Rage?   March 20th 2013, 3:42 pm

I bet he abused his k-9 too.

The power of the internet. It brings down governments, leaders, bad cops. If only we could get rid of bad politicians.
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PostSubject: Re: Police Road Rage?   March 20th 2013, 3:55 pm

I love this part of the article:

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The officer was identified by WWAY3 News from the South Carolina accident report. Culpepper told WWAY3
that he was baited by Walton, who rode up behind him and flashed his
lights at him before the beginning of the now-viral video, currently at 267,183 views.

"I fell for it hook, line and sinker," stated Culpepper.

WWAY3
reports that South Carolina police are familiar with Walton, who has a
reputation among them for baiting cops into bad situations on video.
Walton only has one video uploaded to YouTube, so we cannot see if he's had any other run-ins with the police.


If Officer Culpepper can be "baited" into a "bad situation", then that just goes to show he doesn't have the maturity and good character necessary for the job. And, perhaps Mr. Walton, as a tax-paying citizen, is sick and f'ing tired of immature asshole cops like Ossifer Culpecker, hence the reason he "has a reputation among them for baiting cops into bad situations". Act like you're a defender of the law, rather than an offender, and you won't have run-ins with citizens like Mr. Walton.
Enjoy civilian life down here with us peons, Culpecker!!
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PostSubject: Re: Police Road Rage?   March 20th 2013, 9:06 pm

GMC D-Max wrote:
I love this part of the article:

Quote :
The officer was identified by WWAY3 News from the South Carolina accident report. Culpepper told WWAY3
that he was baited by Walton, who rode up behind him and flashed his
lights at him before the beginning of the now-viral video, currently at 267,183 views.

"I fell for it hook, line and sinker," stated Culpepper.

WWAY3
reports that South Carolina police are familiar with Walton, who has a
reputation among them for baiting cops into bad situations on video.
Walton only has one video uploaded to YouTube, so we cannot see if he's had any other run-ins with the police.


If Officer Culpepper can be "baited" into a "bad situation", then that just goes to show he doesn't have the maturity and good character necessary for the job. And, perhaps Mr. Walton, as a tax-paying citizen, is sick and f'ing tired of immature asshole cops like Ossifer Culpecker, hence the reason he "has a reputation among them for baiting cops into bad situations". Act like you're a defender of the law, rather than an offender, and you won't have run-ins with citizens like Mr. Walton.
Enjoy civilian life down here with us peons, Culpecker!!
He was not baited his cop ego was hurt , if he did not feel like going the speed limit he should have moved over to the right .
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PostSubject: Re: Police Road Rage?   March 20th 2013, 10:04 pm

The reality is the cop is an idiot, plain and simple. There is no way to rationalize his behavior. IMHO, charges should be filed against him at the very least for reckless endangerment and serve the maximum sentenence. If ther is a greater punishment for citizens committing crimes against cops, the converse should be true also for cops committing crimes against civilians !
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PostSubject: Re: Police Road Rage?   March 23rd 2013, 7:54 pm

Diseasel wrote:
If only we could get rid of bad politicians.

We can. It's called voting intellegently.
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PostSubject: Re: Police Road Rage?   March 23rd 2013, 9:31 pm

turbobill wrote:
Diseasel wrote:
If only we could get rid of bad politicians.

We can. It's called voting intellegently.

If only we could get people to vote intelligently. Mad
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PostSubject: Re: Police Road Rage?   March 23rd 2013, 9:36 pm

Yep, the pocket book trumps intelligence.
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PostSubject: Re: Police Road Rage?   March 24th 2013, 10:08 am

Diseasel wrote:
Yep, the pocket book trumps intelligence.

More like gullibility and ignorance...
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PostSubject: Re: Police Road Rage?   March 24th 2013, 1:41 pm

North Carolina Deputy In Viral Brake Check Video May Get His Job Back

http://jalopnik.com/north-carolina-deputy-in-viral-brake-check-video-may-ge-458589342
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