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A responding officer slaps the victim who claims to be a US soldier.

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Added: Feb-7-2013 Occurred On: Feb-7-2013
By: manonfire
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Tags: police, officer, slaps, us, soldier, snackbar
Location: Vallejo, California, United States (load item map)
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  • Wow, that tubby fucking cop sure fits the name pig.

    I am a Marine, that man was a fucking embarassment to everything taught to me in the Corps.

    I hope they get theirs soon.

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    • @Saihung With all due respect, I disagree. That kid was being a jerk and possibly hostile for absolutely no reason besides ego.

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    • @HighlyTrainedMonkey Hostile for no reason? He was assaulted and had to wait 45 minutes for police to respond i think youd be upset too.

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    • @Saihung please dude... that boy acted to the cop like he was a SEAL's veteran (and so what even if he was?), and the Marine just "introduced" himself - cop's (former Marines or not) should be more respected.
      Most of the US Marines i have met was like this cop... not taking much shit...

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    • @Urbanstealth To me, he came across as having a crappy attitude and trying to intimidate the officers by saying "US Soldier" when he stepped closer. I would never have acted the way he did.

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    • @Saihung What part of that was an embarrassment to being a Marine? He made a sound decision, controlled the situation and taught this kid respect for authority and hopefully taught him some basic responsibility. If this fuckhead acted like that in boot he would have gotten his ass kicked even worse.

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  • only in the US

    where the cops beat up the guy who called the cops!

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  • This was personal, this was about a marine believing he was superior to a soldier, & deciding he was going to demonstrate that with physical abuse.
    The cop adding he was a United States... was again an attempt to portray his warped belief of his superior nation.

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  • Sometimes US marines don't make good police officers.

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  • "you're talking to a US Marine"

    Way to be professional fellow Devildog, next time smack yourself in the head before you potentially pooch your career by a dumb move, if you haven't already.

    No Police Officer should react that way, no matter how much of an asshole he is being.

    #1 If you were 45 minutes late, you need to get your ass back to boot camp because that's not 15 prior to 15 prior like you're taught.

    #2 You're a Marine, and a Deadly Weapon. Use it to defend yourse More..

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  • The cop started it with his 'I'm not on your time' line, and getting in his face, as far as I can see. It is completely unreasonable for a police officer to expect every single victim of a crime is going to walk up to them grovelling and worshipping at the foot of a badge. You only have to look at how quickly the cop decides to start arguing and getting in the guy's face to see he's in the job to get a power rush and not to protect people.

    They are there to serve us. I had a friend who's 14 y More..

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  • Cops are not authority figures...they are public servants and nothing more. When are they going to figure this out for themselves?

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  • Sycophantic coppers, scum need to be sacked from been police officers! They are not there to protect & serve.

    The truth is the american police are becoming or have become in part; fascist.

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  • This is what happens when you have conditioned 'soldiers'/ thugs, as police 'officers'/thugs.

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  • Personally, I don't think former marines should ever be cops, or be allowed to own a firearm for that matter. They're just not right in the head!

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    • @Arduous lol yeah I agree with you, Ive been with them, there not human anymore.Their taught that their the shit to make up for low pay and shitty living conditions , its to hard to let go of their formal imaginary glory , but boy do they trie.

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    • @Arduous So what about the weapon they are issued to protect you with?

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    • @Arduous If you would be so kind, please elaborate on your statement- specifically, what experience have you had with Marines that makes you feel we shouldn't ever be cops or allowed to own a weapon?
      Just because men are trained to kill on command doesn't preclude their ability to think independently and exercise common sense and moral decency.

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    • I'm aware the question wasn't for me to answer but I feel I am an adequate person to do so, apparently I feel the same way many people do here about service men not working in law enforcement or anything that involves carrying a weapon, not after seeing what my Fam. is going and went through, I don't believe anyone any place in this country should ever serve this group of sons of whores in DC. no way not even security at toys R Us, with all the ptsdo, my uncles served in Vietnam one of them they More..

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  • I wouldn't apologize to this fuckin asshole.

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  • when cops talk about doing an internal investigation, it makes me laugh. its like a murderer being tried by other murederers who have all been aquitted of murder.

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    • @aureliusva

      It's not. Just like everything else in the world these days, they're measured on performance figures. Convictions are results, and that is what those departments go for.

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    • @aureliusva
      cop #1: "hey pall, did you step over the line?"

      cop #2: "define line....Ha Ha Ha Ha"

      cop #1: " ya no shit Sherlock, it's more of a blurry stripe than a line, you make a sound case"

      cop #2: "you should hear the sound when I bounce skulls! Ha Ha Ha Ha!!

      cop #1: "You crack me up!!"

      cop #2: "That's what he said just before I broke his teeth! Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha"

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    • @Norts
      By that logic, supply and demand, the cops would have to eventually generate criminals themselves.....wait......

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  • So this actually just happened, the aggressive cop steps to him proceeds to assault the victim then talks about professionalism? The guy probably has a concussion after hitting the concrete. Damn Sociopaths with badges!!

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  • Sure the kid was being a wise-ass... but you sure as fuck shouldn't have a badge if you let lame comments get under your skin. If the kid called him a shrimp-dicked faggot... would he have caught a bullet?

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    • @Stovepipe I think the kid had every right to complain. If his claim of being assaulted by his roommates is correct, then why did it take 45 minutes? As public servants, the police should've answered this to him. Instead, cops have this mentality that we work for them, and that they can boss us around and aren't accountable to us.

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  • Might as well turn in your badge officer.

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    • @Neinkenheimer This guy ain't turning shit in. He's got his pig buddies in Internal Affairs to help his ass. They're corrupt all of them in this Police Department from what I see in this news report.

      The victim is a standup guy. Didn't even consider suing because he said he doesn't want money, but wants the police to treat people with respect. If more people had his attitude this world would be a better place.

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  • Not a good look to whine like a bitch on camera, but the cop definitely went Robo pretty quick. Also it's obvious that the PD has discipline issues when you hear Lee Horton's attitude toward the reporter who is representing public inquiry.

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    • @djalapenyo Fuck your couch! Lol @ your avatar!

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    • @djalapenyo

      That was even more fucked up.

      The guy representing the police force in the face of the inquiry looked from the same school of roided up little man syndrome, inflicted with small penis, pigs.

      Really doesn't inspire confidence.

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    • @Amber leaf

      I'd thumb you up, but you spelt his name wrong mate!

      "WWWWHOOOOOOOOOOOA

      He comes from Italy.... "

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  • The act? When you weight over 200lbs and shove your knee in someones sternum they tend to make noises. These cops are unprofessional slobs.

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  • That's assault, regardless of the police uniform. The young man definitely could have controlled his mouth, but it doesn't justify the assault.
    Some cops really need to learn how to diffuse.

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  • What is he talking about, the cop is on his time watch. HE'S ON ALL OUR TIME WATCHES. Not even 30 seconds in and cop failed. I understand dude came at him a little disrespectful but if that's how you handle yourself. Than he's an asshole.

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    • @Nizaris If the cop had just said, "sorry sir, we were delayed" rather then "i'm not on your timetable", whole outcome might have been different. Cops should try to defuse things, not make them worse.

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  • Kid was too aggressive....but FUCK am I sick of cops who think they are above civilians...to PROTECT AND SERVE....not the otherway around. Fuckin hate cops that don't know their place.

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  • So painful to watch, how can people actually do that and just pass it off as nothing. Nothing more annoying than people abusing power

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  • Yeah assaulting the kid when you got up in his face, then accusing him of doing it is unreal. Yeah the kid had a mouth on him but what the hell? A tad over the top officers.

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  • Cops are public servants who let the power trip get to their head. You can't just hit someone because you feel like it and the officer had no legal or reasonable right to hit this man.

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