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effects of the protest/riots/anti police rhetoric

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mountainmoma:
final take down of the injured bad guy was assisted by 2 local civilian residents,  so 2 guys tackled him and held him down until LE caught up and handcuffed him.  Complex chase.

  if this works, there are pictures of the civilians holding him down  -- thought some of you guys could relate

https://twitter.com/sachibub10/status/1269470742476816386/photo/1

Carver:
Nolte: Democrats Want to Abolish the Police and Confiscate Our Guns
https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/06/06/nolte-democrats-want-to-abolish-the-police-and-confiscate-our-guns/
Hard to believe an idiotic idea like this is gaining momentum, it'll be so much easier for terrorist groups to take over policing. A Bolshevik revolution is here, re-education camps, executions.

iam4liberty:
Well, this incident sure did spook Newsom.  After ravaging police officers in speeches all last week, he did an about-face yesterday pledging to stand behind them and ordering flags flown at half staff today.  Whatever this was it must have been big.

Carver:

--- Quote ---Democrats propose sweeping police overhaul; Trump criticizes
--- End quote ---
https://news.yahoo.com/democrats-proposing-police-procedures-accountability-040609681.html
The Justice in Policing Act, the most ambitious law enforcement reform from Congress in years, confronts several aspects of policing that have come under strong criticism, especially as more and more police violence is captured on cellphone video and shared widely across the nation and the world.

The package would limit legal protections for police, create a national database of excessive-force incidents and ban police choke holds, among other changes.

It would revise the federal criminal police misconduct statute to make it easier to prosecute officers who are involved in “reckless” misconduct and it would change “qualified immunity” protections to more broadly enable damage claims against police in lawsuits.

That would pretty much end most police departments after they, or most of them, quit.
It's looking like private security firms are going to have a lot of new business and choice of ex-police applicants.

mountainmoma:
Red-shirt guy, who held him down until PD caught up to cuff him, was the attempted 2nd car hijacking -- which explains how he got involved



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