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I really am serious that we should just put out their eyes after they do something like that.
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I wonder if having your eyes out out for being a bad cap is covered under either of the GOP bills under consideration?

Perhaps if it isn't, having to pay for the procedure would be an even greater deterrent. At least ironically.
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http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/public-safety/sd-me-police-dog-20170712-story.html

Video seems to no longer work on that page, but it can be found elsewhere. E.g. www.twitter.com/MrExposed/status/885197146953330693

And this is the sentence that convinced me that Testy's right.
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On Wednesday, police officials said the officers and the dog involved did everything right.

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http://www.cnn.com/2017/07/17/us/minneapolis-woman-killed-by-police/index.html

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Woman calls 911, gets killed by Minneapolis police, source says

A woman shot and killed by Minneapolis police had called 911 to report a possible crime near her home, a source who knew her said.
Justine Ruszczyk called 911 on Saturday night because she thought a sexual assault might be taking place in a back alley near her home, the source said.
But after Minneapolis police arrived, an officer shot and killed Ruszczyk.

Police still haven't explained how, or why.
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The officers were wearing body cameras, but they were not turned on during the incident, the mayor said.
lady was even white.
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Cop: Don't know. Just felt like shooting her.
Jury: Sounds good to us. Not guilty.

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When can we expect the first wave of the imminent Australian invasion?

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once you Trump refugees start arriving here, we're gone
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She called 911, the cop car arrived by the alley.  She met the car in her nightdress then started talking to the cop driver through the now open driver side window.  The cop passenger then shot her through the driver side window.

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She called 911, the cop car arrived by the alley.  She met the car in her nightdress then started talking to the cop driver through the now open driver side window.  The cop passenger then shot her through the driver side window.
Was the officer tested for drugs? Was a blood sample taken? Was a blood sample preserved?

And neither of the officers had their body cams on? One has to wonder about that. Seriously. There's no reason whatsoever for those body cams to be off. None at all. If not on all the time and unable to be turned off by the officer wearing it, with a live feed to a storage center, and one to their precinct office, then if should be mandatory for the officers to turn them in for any and all interaction with the public and any time the officers feel there is any threat. The technology exists, and it's relatively inexpensive and easy to use. They should be selling all that DOD surplus and with the proceeds from seized items, invest in it.
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the only good cop is a dead cop

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The eyes
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Baltimore police officer accidentally recorded himself planting drugs at a crime scene

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More evidence that cops shouldn't be able to directly control when a camera is on or off. That should be controlled from an independent citizen oversight committee. (Not that it will happen any time soon....)

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Baltimore police officer accidentally recorded himself planting drugs at a crime scene

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More evidence that cops shouldn't be able to directly control when a camera is on or off. That should be controlled from an independent citizen oversight committee. (Not that it will happen any time soon....)
Yep.
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