Off Duty Cincinnati Police Officer Stuns 11 Year Old

sdifox

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Wait, why does an off duty officer have access to a tazer?
 
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Blackjack200

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Jaskalas

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Use of a taser has been deadly before. Just because it isn't a gun doesn't mean it's just a pat on the back.

Therefore I will object to its use unless it is necessary. Was that the case here? Not that I can determine, but I'll defer to Cincinnati on this one.
 

Blackjack200

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They get offended when we call them pigs, but what other word is there for a grown ass man that can't chase down an 11 year old girl?
 

Blackjack200

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Use of a taser has been deadly before. Just because it isn't a gun doesn't mean it's just a pat on the back.

Therefore I will object to its use unless it is necessary. Was that the case here? Not that I can determine, but I'll defer to Cincinnati on this one.

This. This right here. And even if it wasn't deadly, you can sustain serious, lasting injury from that shit. If you don't believe me go ahead and run at full speed on the sidewalk or street and then let all of your muscles relax at once and let me know how that goes.
 

pauldun170

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1. Old Fatass couldn't run down an 11 year old girl? Weak
2. Tazing a fleeing 11 year old girl? Weak
3.
“Officer Brown is African-American, and he was talking to this African-American juvenile suspect, and expressing feelings of his about why it is that retail struggles sometimes in some communities.”

My blackness prevents me from responding to this quote
 

kage69

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1. Old Fatass couldn't run down an 11 year old girl? Weak

Well ask your blackness to clarify the above then, as it makes no sense. :D Being "old" and overweight sounds like a perfectly valid reason as to why someone wouldn't catch a fearful 11yr in a sprint. Realizing this doesn't make him lame, it makes him rational.

I feel bad this happened, but I'm glad it was just hooks that went her way, not half a mag of 9mm. I didn't hear him blame her for no supermarkets in black communities, he was saying theft is the reason.
 

pauldun170

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Well ask your blackness to clarify the above then, as it makes no sense. :D Being "old" and overweight sounds like a perfectly valid reason as to why someone wouldn't catch a fearful 11yr in a sprint. Realizing this doesn't make him lame, it makes him rational.

I feel bad this happened, but I'm glad it was just hooks that went her way, not half a mag of 9mm. I didn't hear him blame her for no supermarkets in black communities, he was saying theft is the reason.

He's a police officer and he's not much older than I am.
Fatty should be able to run down an 11 year old.
Just about every department has a gym or discounts to a gym.

comment 1 is more an indictment of fat officers and that I watched a clip of Men in Black recently
Youtube apparently thought I would be interested in Men in Black clips this morning.
So really I was thinking about this clip when I typed #1
1) If you were half the man I was
2) what you talkin' about? I AM half the man that you are


Quote 3 came about because I got sucked into watching Chapelle show clips yesterday
“Sir, my blackness will not permit me to make a statement like that.”


I think I have a youtube problem
 

Darwin333

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Wait, why does an off duty officer have access to a tazer?

They hire cops to work details there because they come with their uniform, including all of their weapons. Otherwise they wouldn't hire cops to work details like this.
 

sdifox

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They hire cops to work details there because they come with their uniform, including all of their weapons. Otherwise they wouldn't hire cops to work details like this.


yeah that is crap. I am not opposed to LEO having part time jobs, I do have an issue with them wearing LEO uniform and associated equipment. It happens here too and I don't care for it.
 

Blackjack200

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yeah that is crap. I am not opposed to LEO having part time jobs, I do have an issue with them wearing LEO uniform and associated equipment. It happens here too and I don't care for it.

Also, Kroger should be liable here. I hope she sues the shit out of them.
 
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He's a police officer and he's not much older than I am.
Fatty should be able to run down an 11 year old.

I don't know. 11 year old girls can be crazy fast. I have a niece that when excited her legs spin like the roadrunner and little clouds of dust form behind her. If we could harness that energy we would not need any of the that super clean coal.
 
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I don't know. 11 year old girls can be crazy fast. I have a niece that when excited her legs spin like the roadrunner and little clouds of dust form behind her. If we could harness that energy we would not need any of the that super clean coal.

I've run races and that age bracket ain't shit.
It's all show. No go.
Fricken losers.
Stupid 11 year olds and their short little legs

Edit: Just checked the stats on a couple of races
Hell to the ya.....11 year old girls gonna get owned.

I'd rather not talk about 12 and older at this time.
Apparently something happens at 12 where I think I would just use a tazer.
 
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kage69

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He's a police officer and he's not much older than I am.
Fatty should be able to run down an 11 year old.
Just about every department has a gym or discounts to a gym.

comment 1 is more an indictment of fat officers and that I watched a clip of Men in Black recently
Youtube apparently thought I would be interested in Men in Black clips this morning.
So really I was thinking about this clip when I typed #1

Quote 3 came about because I got sucked into watching Chapelle show clips yesterday

I think I have a youtube problem

El oh el. No worries man, pretty sure I've felt/done the same on a few occasions.

I still disagree. I see overweight people have hard times with almost everything, keeping up with the dog they're walking for instance. A kid around puberty, with near boundless energy and who has the fear of the law in her? I'm fairly confident had he run after her he'd be on youtube now as 'fat cop tries to run down kid, hilarity ensues' and many of the people ridiculing him for not chasing would be doing the same thing for him thinking he could catch her.
 

kage69

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I don't know. 11 year old girls can be crazy fast. I have a niece that when excited her legs spin like the roadrunner and little clouds of dust form behind her. If we could harness that energy we would not need any of the that super clean coal.

Ha.

Is that more or less energy dense than unicorn farts?
 

kage69

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I'm glad you feel bad this happened.

You're not known to be a patronizing dick around here, so I'll take that at face value. Have to remind myself there are actually people around here who would see that and gleefully proclaim 'Good shoot', 'Should have been lead,' or some such rot.

As a parent I feel bad seeing anyone's child get hurt or otherwise end up in trouble. I'd have much preferred he visit her house with the parents home, have a little talk, or invite them all back in to review the security footage. Having said that I don't know anything about the situation other than the video, but the cops mention of his heartbrake at being forced to use the tazer makes me want to give him the benefit of a doubt. Asshole cops are usually far more interested in projecting control, power and authority. Bringing up the feels, not so much.