r/JusticeServed 9 Nov 28 '22

Last Friday night, after a car chase, California police killed a man who allegedly murdered the family of a teen he met online and kidnapped. Riverside police said the man was a former officer with Virginia State Police and more recently worked at Washington County Sheriff's Office in Virginia Police Justice

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/california-police-kill-suspect-kidnapping-triple-homicide-austin-edwards/?intcid=CNI-00-10aaa3b
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u/LyonsKing12 9 Nov 29 '22

Acab vs Acab

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u/bwahmanga 4 Dec 10 '22

he was fired for being a bad officer if u acually look into it idiot

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u/300C 8 Nov 29 '22

Think of how many times we see terrible things, and how often the people who do them are ugly. Is there some kind of relationship there? Ugly people have less to lose. Pretty people have better lives?

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u/TMQMO 6 Dec 07 '22

Most face shots in most media are of people deliberately set up (and made up) to look at good as possible. (Also, many are chosen for their appearance.)

In contrast, most mug shots are of people that aren't prepared, (if there is makeup, it's probably messed up) and are about as stressed as they can be.

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u/XNjunEar A Dec 04 '22

So how do you explain Ted Bundy, Paul John Kowles, and other murderers who were seen as attractive by their peers?

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u/Anything-General 3 Dec 21 '22

They’re what we call, gros feu de pet

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u/Weaselpuss 7 Nov 29 '22

Yeah generally speaking. Looking really good covers for a lot of things, like poor communication, poor personality, and awkwardness.

Also people that look better generally get better social outcomes like in promotions/hiring, and are generally pretty positive because life treats them so generously.

No need for a very hot dude to abduct a teen, the teens would gladly be throwing themselves at him.

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u/MajorKoopa 8 Nov 29 '22

It takes 7 years to practice law and it takes 6 months to execute the law.

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u/Standard-Reception90 8 Nov 29 '22

Justice served COLD.

He should have been stopped by the first police force he worked for. THEY are the trained professionals that are supposed to be out there protecting the public from pos like this. And don't tell me none of his old comrades in blue didnt see this comming.

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u/hedgerow_hank 7 Nov 29 '22

If only they would stop letting fired criminal cops be cops again. That would be great.

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u/DonRicardo1958 A Nov 29 '22

He looks exactly how I thought he would look.

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u/asteroid_b_612 8 Nov 29 '22

Why is there a washington county EVERYWHERE?

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u/SexyDoorDasherDude 5 Dec 01 '22

Luckily there is no Washington county in WA but there are at least 5 cities named Rome in the USA

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u/Molire 9 Nov 30 '22

Good question.

Washington County is the name of 30 counties and one parish in the United States of America, all named after George Washington, revolutionary war general and first President of the United States. It is the most common county name in the United States. The following 32 states and one district have or had a Washington County:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Washington_County

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u/kleinj2 1 Nov 29 '22

I blame George.

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u/cyclob_bob 7 Nov 29 '22

Six foot twenty, fucking killing for fun

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u/asteroid_b_612 8 Nov 29 '22

Fuckin’ George and his ego trip. Having to put his name on everything. (I’m imagining George washington with a spray paint bottle tagging his name on everything)

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u/bantou_41 6 Nov 29 '22

The girl’s entire family got murdered, and she is now under the care of riverside county. There is not going to be enough justice for her.

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u/MadeMeUp4U 6 Nov 29 '22

Especially in Riverside county.

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u/tosernameschescksout 9 Nov 29 '22

Yup, sheriff's office.

More people need to learn about the extent of corruption that sheriffs are getting away with. It's straight up criminal operations sometimes as covered by Oliver Stone.

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u/END146 6 Nov 29 '22

He was hired 10 days before this at the sheriffs office. Wasn’t even out of orientation.

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u/GustoBJJ 6 Nov 29 '22

There's been studies that show 40% of more of police officer families experience a form of domestic abuse, compared to 10% of non-police officer families.

The fact that this statistic isn't more heavily criticized and such a large number of police officer families being victims of domestic abuse isn't taken more seriously by their employers, is a travesty.

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u/TM627256 7 Nov 29 '22

Gotta wonder why this hasn't been replicated a single time in over 30 years. Makes a little more sense when your own source is calling into question the statistical validity of the studies you're citing. Also worth pointing out that one or more of the included studies show more violence being perpetrated by the partner of the cop rather than the cop, also self-reported so likely a higher number as is being assumed by the number reported by the cops.

Seeing as policing has been so heavily criticized over the last nearly decade, I'd expect this topic to have a source more recent than 30 years ago, with data more recent than over 40 years old (the popular 40% study uses data from 1987). Have family dynamics in the US not changed in the slightest since the 80s?

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u/GustoBJJ 6 Nov 30 '22

Good point, this study should be updated for sure.

The point of my post was to highlight the increased amount of domestic abuse within the families of police officers, compared to non-police officer families. As someone with police in their extended family, I can attest to domestic violence within that part of the family. It needs to stop. Police Officers & Lawmakers alike need to be held accountable for their actions, whether they were on the job or not. The fact that they're not held accountable is one of the primary reasons why situations like this happen....they think they're untouchable. All too quickly do they forget, they work for the People, not the other way around.

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u/TM627256 7 Nov 30 '22

A statistically unsound, very out of date study combined with an anecdote does not make for something you can base any reliable positions on.

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u/GustoBJJ 6 Nov 30 '22 edited Nov 30 '22

There's plenty of factual evidence & articles out on google that will show you police officer after police officer involved in some form of domestic abuse and even arrested for it (thankfully).

As you're struggling with even basic High School-level research, let me dig up a few articles for you:

Fort Worth police officer arrested in Colorado on domestic violence charge

Aurora cop found guilty of violating court order [on domestic violence]

Fort Worth police officer arrested, accused of domestic violence

Hiding from the facts doesn't change the truth here. Have a good night!

edit: grammar

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u/TM627256 7 Nov 30 '22

And cops getting arrested for DV makes the news whereas tech bros and construction workers doesn't typically.

Again, give current, validated studies that withstand academic review as opposed to anecdotes (three articles or a personal story) or old, shoddy work.

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u/GustoBJJ 6 Nov 30 '22

And cops getting arrested for DV makes the news whereas tech bros and construction workers doesn't typically.

Irrelevant and poor attempt at deflection.

The facts are out there in plain sight. If you spent an hour on google, you would surely have no small amount of the current information you're looking for.

If you're looking for academic reviews, I'll leave that to your due diligence. I don't need your validation, nor do I work for you.

A "validated studies that withstand academic review" is not a requirement to accurately describe aspects of our society. A lack of such a "study" does not render anecdotal evidence, news articles, etc. as "old, shoddy work". You're being disingenuous at best there. DV statistics, especially within the law enforcement community, are not publicly available information. I'm sure that accounts for the lack of a current, validated study that withstands academic review you're so thirsty for. Again, just because those statistics are not public information, does not mean DV within the families of Police Officers is not occurring.

I'd recommend that you stop hiding from the truth and do a little bit of research... wait until you find out about the Police Officer Gangs in California that were keeping track of their kills for sport.

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u/TM627256 7 Nov 30 '22

Again, you're using anecdotes to show proof of a systemic, societal claim. That isn't how studies work. You're making the claim and providing no legitimate proof, the onus isn't on me to do it for you.

Domestic violence is an issue nationwide, but you aren't going to hear me condemn any one segment of society for issues within it without bringing legitimate facts (something academically studied and validated) to support said condemnation.

You are condemning a group while using a source that questions its own validity to support you, that's stupid. Again, show some legitimate proof before you spout off otherwise you're just yelling about your own biases.

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u/SRQmoviemaker 6 Nov 29 '22

And those 40% are the ones who admitted to it... gotta be higher.

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u/Hackslashstabthrust 4 Nov 29 '22

I literally saw the officers racing through my town chasing this fucker on the 25th. Crazy. Good riddance.

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u/MatrixPA 7 Nov 29 '22

He'd better not be eligible for a pension........

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u/Hackslashstabthrust 4 Nov 29 '22

Well he's dead so.....

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u/MenuBar 9 Nov 29 '22

Well he's dead so.....

...so, desk job?

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u/RevengencerAlf A Nov 29 '22

Somewhere there's still a police union rep getting ready to fight for his benefits.

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u/Hackslashstabthrust 4 Nov 29 '22

Unions love em and despise them.

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u/RevengencerAlf A Nov 29 '22

In in favor of 90% of unions but teamsters and police unions can both get fucked because both are full of criminals.

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u/TM627256 7 Nov 29 '22

Ah, so politically powerful unions are bad. Weak unions are good.

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u/RevengencerAlf A Nov 29 '22

No. Just the unions run by literal criminals are bad. Nice straw man though. Everyone in your 5th grade class must be thoroughly impressed.

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u/Hackslashstabthrust 4 Nov 29 '22

Have you seen some teachers unions or goverment worker unions. I ve literally seen a lady stab a dude through the hand and then proceed to be shielded by the union from all consequences. Still works at my workplace they just keep moving her departments.

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u/TM627256 7 Nov 29 '22

Sounds like whatever union that lady is in is also criminal if they impeded a stabbing investigation to the point she was never charged, based on what you said.

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u/Hackslashstabthrust 4 Nov 29 '22

Indeed unfortunately.

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u/sooperjoosus 0 Nov 29 '22

I literally just watched this episode of Criminal Minds Evolutions

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u/whyuthrowchip 7 Nov 29 '22

Also he was apparently a FAS baby

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u/DetonationPorcupine 8 Nov 29 '22

He looks like he's ready to make a deal with the Winchesters.

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u/GoGoNormalRangers 6 Nov 29 '22

You know full and well that I read this to the goddamn tune of last Friday night

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u/newphonewhodis19 0 Nov 29 '22

The comment I was looking for.

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u/[deleted] Nov 29 '22

Hm-hm, a cop who turned out to be a psycho just waiting for the chance to kill people?

Imagine that.

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u/MysteriousApparition 5 Nov 29 '22

Most cops sit around with a sniper trained on random people just waiting to hear that one of them murdered an entire family. This was one such case

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u/zyrkseas97 9 Nov 29 '22

He looks like a Daily Wire contributor.

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u/SerpentJoe 7 Nov 29 '22

The face of either a dangerous pervert or a hilarious comedian

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u/Thing_n_Stuffs 6 Nov 29 '22

Beats, beats, battle star galactica.

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u/thebestatheist B Nov 29 '22

Brian Shapiro

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u/Glabstaxks 9 Nov 29 '22

He looks like a creep that's for sure

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u/thecoomingofjesus 4 Nov 29 '22

If he was still with the force, he would've just got paid vacation and a slap on the wrist

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u/lets-get-dangerous 9 Nov 29 '22

He was a deputy sheriff at the time he was shot. This news headline is purposely misleading.

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u/NotThatEasily A Nov 29 '22

Police departments do this all the time. They say “former police officer” convicted of X, but they were still a police officer at the time they committed the crime.

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u/tvtoad50 7 Nov 29 '22 edited Nov 29 '22

Wow Virginia, those are some next level police department sheriff’s office screening and hiring processes you’ve got there.

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u/lildozer74 7 Nov 29 '22

As someone who used to live there, Virginia sucks. At least it used too. This kind of thing doesn’t surprise me. The only thing Virginia cares about are police and money. “Virginia is for lovers” 🤮

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u/tvtoad50 7 Nov 29 '22

What pisses me off the most is that it doesn’t take a genius to know that that kind of a career has a special appeal to people who want power & control, w/ an almost unlimited freedom to exercise it. I’m sure Virginia isn’t the only one with officers that belong behind bars, they’re everywhere. But good lord, if they hired that guy who else is on their force? If departments actually cared about their communities and citizens they’d make more of an effort to weed the bad applicants out. I know there are honest, decent and caring officers out there, but every time I turn around there’s another video of a narcissistic cop abusing his authority. There’s no valid excuse for putting them in uniform and definitely not for leaving them in uniform when they get caught. But somehow it keeps happening anyway, it’s inexcusable.

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u/amscraylane A Nov 29 '22

Well written.

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u/mothfukle 8 Nov 29 '22

It used to suck, it still does suck but it used to too.

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u/[deleted] Nov 29 '22

He took her grandparents and her mother’s life and set her family home ablaze. This is truly, truly horrible.

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u/nadeesi9000 4 Nov 29 '22

Hot take: VSP hires incels.

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u/Godphila 8 Nov 29 '22

[...] police killed a man who allegedly [...]

Ah, thurough American police work. No trial, just an officer being judge, jury, and executioner.

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u/TM627256 7 Nov 29 '22

Don't understand how journalism works in regards to crime, do you?

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u/madbill728 7 Nov 29 '22

Live in VA, saw this on the news last night, and they kept the fact he was a trooper pretty quiet.

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u/Molire 9 Nov 29 '22

Trying to sweep it under the rug.

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u/madbill728 7 Nov 29 '22

Yep, in Hampton Roads, with the paytriots. And I’m a vet.

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u/ContrarianHero 7 Nov 29 '22

No shit. Acab

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u/ListerfiendLurks 7 Nov 29 '22

Knock knock, its Officer Fetal alcohol Syndrome.

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u/CockEyedBandit 6 Nov 29 '22

OP has “Virginia state police” in the title. Why are you repeating yourself?

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u/thekeanu A Nov 29 '22

Dude has no lips at all.

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u/papitaquito 7 Nov 29 '22

Good ol FAS…

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u/sawdustandfleas 9 Nov 29 '22

That was my immediate thought lol I’m glad I’m not the only one. I was like “dude where tf are your lips???”

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u/MeanNene 7 Nov 29 '22

Incel

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u/DanteTheSimpante 5 Nov 29 '22

Oh god....

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u/Kobester024 9 Nov 29 '22

His fucking face checks out.

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u/HanglebertShatbagels 4 Nov 29 '22

Wow they found the PERFECT picture of this fucking whacko for the thumbnail it's like the guy posed for it jesus

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u/SeverXD 4 Nov 29 '22

I severely wish this guy didn’t die in a shootout with cops. This guy should’ve had his wig split by all the homies in jail/prison. Good lord he deserved FAR worse.

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u/spudmarsupial 7 Nov 29 '22

Nope, cop. He'd have gotten a handshake and a patreon.

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u/garysvault108 9 Nov 29 '22

His face looks like my writing when i was a kid; i would start with big letters and get smaller as i ran out of paper.

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u/ThaFifSense 6 Nov 29 '22

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u/garysvault108 9 Nov 29 '22

I didnt know he made this joke.

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u/ravia 9 Nov 29 '22

Why does this guy look very British to me?

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u/BeheadingRoyalty 6 Nov 29 '22

Lack of lips

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u/theazzazzo 7 Nov 29 '22

It's because there's no sound, if there was sound you'd know he's American. You'd know.

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u/cookiielaad 6 Nov 29 '22

Wdym, this big bang theory Sheldon looking ass? He looks British?

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u/Crusty-Butthole 0 Nov 29 '22

Where is Jessica Hyde?

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u/MarlDaeSu 7 Nov 29 '22

Came here for this. My friend calls him the bacon sandwich assassin.

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u/somethingAPIS 7 Nov 29 '22

Swva and East Tennessee has serious power and nepotism problems within the sheriff departments. In just the last few years, the county I grew up in and the one I reside in now have had Sheriffs step down due to investigations into their dealings. The culture is "good ole boy", and it's not changed much in my lifetime. They spend their money on maintaining hummers instead of mental health. Noone here locally is surprised to see Bristol's finest doing something un-becoming.

Thoughts and prayers with the victims though, right?

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u/IEatBabies 9 Nov 29 '22

He got the easy way out. Would have been better throwing him in general pop.

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u/madsadchadglad 9 Nov 29 '22

Says the guy who eats babies smh my head.

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u/music-is-cool 5 Nov 29 '22

Shaking my head my head

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u/madsadchadglad 9 Nov 29 '22

Smh my head smh

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u/music-is-cool 5 Nov 29 '22

Shaking my H, S my head, smh, shake me some head

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u/benjavari 8 Nov 29 '22

Acab

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u/Unusual_Accident2358 4 Nov 29 '22

Dawg…. FR like come on man…. HERE, the police literally shot and killed him, and he was a white guy so you can’t use that argument

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u/OldCarWorshipper 8 Nov 29 '22

Terrifying that a guy like this could end up becoming a sworn officer. The Golden State Killer was a former cop also.

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u/Him_Downstairs 4 Nov 29 '22

Cons are the bottom of the barrel in law enforcement. U don’t have to do much to be a beat cop.

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u/73810 7 Nov 29 '22

Or nurses, or teachers... Ultimately not much you can do. Sociopaths know how to behave to allay suspicion and there isn't a whole lot you can do to detect it through testing.

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u/Madly_Maxie B Nov 29 '22

Yes, but they are attracted to certain jobs. Police be high on that list.

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u/73810 7 Nov 29 '22

Sure, positions of authority - police, teacher, nurse, firefighter, etc.

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u/TestaOnFire 9 Nov 29 '22

A teacher, a nurse or a firefighters if they commit a crime they are threated as normal citizen.

A cop will rarerly get punished by law... Heck, there are an infinite number of cases were a cops refused to give even a ticket to another cops because of "Solidarity"

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u/73810 7 Nov 29 '22

Oh?

Third leading cause of death in this country is medical negligence, over 250,000 people a year according to John's Hopkins.

There isn't nearly as much accountability in this world as people might think there is...

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u/TestaOnFire 9 Nov 29 '22 edited Nov 29 '22

"Medical negligence" is very "common" for a simple reason... The doctor need to do trial and error to find and cure whatever the patient have.

A police officer dont need it. They see someone they dont like and they kill him. Oh but obv no such cases exist where cops got free from it just because they were cops right?

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Killing_of_Kelly_Thomas

And this is the rule, not the exception...

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Killing_of_Tamir_Rice

https://it.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morte_di_Breonna_Taylor

Want me to continue?

Ps: oh and in many cass a doctor who did a medical negligence even when it was nearly impossible to save the patient still go to prison... This do not happen with cops

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u/73810 7 Nov 29 '22

Who said cops weren't getting away with murder sometimes? I didn't. The conviction rate for murder in this country averages like 50-60%, and cops are going to have good lawyers, probably some good arguments they can make to raise doubt (the legal standard for self defense is that the defendant was in fear and that it was a reasonable belief - the person who got shot doesn't even have to pose an actual threat), and often times a jury that will be sympathetic. That's going to be an uphill battle.

In the U.S, it would be extremely rare for a medical provider to go to jail or be criminally charged for negligence that resulted in a patient's death. There would have to be some extremely serious circumstances surrounding such a case or a history on the part of the medical provider.

My point is and remains that lack of accountability in this country is a pretty serious issue and people are being myopic when they seem to just think about it in terms of cops.

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u/WarpedPerspectiv 8 Nov 29 '22

Medical staff are more likely to be fired over an allegation just due to a hospital not wanting to deal with it whereas cops get paid leave.

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u/73810 7 Nov 29 '22 edited Nov 29 '22

Depends. Medical staff at a government hospital will be government employees who receive due process protections just like police - which is where the paid leave bit comes in (and good unions).

Beyond that, at over 250,000 a year, it's clear people aren't being fired or losing their jobs all that often when they kill someone.

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u/clutches0324 7 Nov 29 '22

Okay bootlicker, but cops still don't get punished as often as they should. Your whataboutism is pretty blatant, why even bother responding if you're just gonna throw whataboutisms everywhere?

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u/73810 7 Nov 29 '22

Bootlicker?

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u/Kai420 7 Nov 29 '22

Yes. Stop simping for cops

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u/Molire 9 Nov 29 '22

Terrifying that a guy like this could end up becoming a sworn officer. The Golden State Killer was a former cop also.

He was not a former cop. He was a current cop.

When he was shot and killed last Friday, he was a deputy sheriff.

On November 16, 2022, the Washington County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) in Abingdon, Virginia, hired him as a deputy sheriff.

At the WCSO, he "had begun orientation training to be assigned to the patrol division." I interpret this to mean other deputies were escorting him around the county in patrol cars to teach and show him all of the roads, landmarks, infrastructure, and other locations across the county.

Before he was hired by the WCSO, he was a Virginia State Police trooper from Jan. 21, 2022, to Oct. 28, 2022. While he still was a Virginia State Police trooper, he applied for a job as a deputy sheriff at the WCSO, and he was hired on November 16, 2022.

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u/Fomentation 4 Nov 29 '22

Looks like Kevin O'Connell

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u/johnnyblub 8 Nov 29 '22

keep his name out of your mouth!!! but at the same time yeah I kinda see it

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u/joshuajackson9 9 Nov 29 '22

How dare you even try to say… you know what I see it know.

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u/Scherzkeks A Nov 29 '22

Why does he look like he doesn’t have teeth? Is it just the proportions?

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u/LinaValentina 9 Nov 29 '22

I’m saying!

His mouth is a cartoonish line. Like “._.” personified

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u/Zanchbot B Nov 29 '22

This guy looks like the sort of person who would murder a family and kidnap a teenager. Glad she survived and this pedo fuck didn't.

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u/Jonne A Nov 29 '22

Yeah, last time the cops killed the kidnapping victim as well because they were threatened by her body armour.

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u/bdiddybo 7 Nov 29 '22

She is so lucky to be alive. The neighbour was alert to it.

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u/BigQfan 7 Nov 29 '22

But at the same time, how lucky is she really? Poor little girl likely lost her entire family. My heart bleeds for her

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u/bdiddybo 7 Nov 29 '22

This case is just awful, I really hope she has other family and gets all the support she needs. She need to understand it’s not her fault.

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u/Jackofalltrade 5 Nov 29 '22

She may never forgive herself for this either. Ofc ofc she was catfished and a victim, but survivors guilt is a bitch and the fact that she likely gave out her address or at least was the contact to this sociopath will haunt her for a long long time. I hope she gets good therapy.

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u/Ryugi B Nov 29 '22

All that touches the light is the Inland Empire, Simba.

What about the shadows?

That's Riverside and Hemet, you must never go there.

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u/atomly 5 Nov 29 '22

A cop drives across the country to murder a family and you still manage to make it about being shitty to poor people. Amazing.

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u/Ryugi B Nov 29 '22

Bruh is that legitimately your takeaway here? Thats frankly sad, since I grew up near there and I know how shitty it is there. I escaped SoCal. You're just jealous that I got away from it and you didn't.

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u/The-Almighty-Pizza 7 Nov 29 '22

Riverside isn't that bad. Its just a regular city.

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u/Habitkiak 7 Nov 29 '22

Lady gaga has a house in riverside sooo lol.

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u/whoisjakelane 8 Nov 29 '22

That's why I'd never go there

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u/terpsarelife 7 Nov 29 '22

The absolute worst. I went to pick up weed in hemet and needed to use an atm first but i didnt get out of the car soon enough i guess cause the banks guard ran up on my car and interrogated me. I told him fine then fuck you ill the gas station atm dude. What is going on that a bank guard needs to be so overzealous?

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u/Ryugi B Nov 29 '22 edited Nov 29 '22

Last time I went to Hemet, I got robbed, then went to a party and scored some free weed. Then on the way home, some methhead rammed his bike into the side of the car. Scared the almost-literal piss out of me. Fell asleep while the driver was talking to cops, and woke up in Temecula Wine Country a few hours later with a wine glass in my hand.

My friends thought its funny that they could "weekend at Bernies" me if I fell asleep while high.

I've cleaned up since those days. I learned moderation. I don't quite fully remember ages 19-22, but I get the feeling those memories are best left in the shadow relm.

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u/Justheretosayhey 5 Nov 29 '22

I do NICU transports and Hemet is now called Hemeth because babies are positive for meth every time we go to pick them up from Hemet.

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u/Ryugi B Nov 29 '22

thats hella sad

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u/dekachenko 5 Nov 29 '22

Wait what

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u/Dinaks 6 Nov 29 '22

Where did we lose you?

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u/wund3rground 7 Nov 29 '22

If fetal alcohol syndrome + chomo had a face, this would be it.

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u/feraljohn 8 Nov 29 '22

Entered the thread to say this. Small eyes nose and upper lip, combined with an indestinct philtrum. Also, poor impulse control, flies into rages. This is textbook FAS. Bet he was a really bad cop. All his cases should be reviewed.

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u/margaret-tiger 4 Nov 29 '22

Yes! He looks like a classic case of FAS.

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u/Musketman12 7 Nov 29 '22

1312, enough said

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u/Hamburrgler 7 Nov 29 '22

“Homicide is the case?”

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u/Loco_accountant 2 Nov 29 '22 edited Nov 29 '22

I live in Orange County, CA. About a 30 minute ride from Riverside. I never go there.

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u/TaintMyPresident 5 Nov 29 '22

You're being dramatic it's just a town like lots of other towns

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u/Loco_accountant 2 Nov 29 '22

Not dramatic. There's low employment, violent crime is 6% higher, property crime 11% than national average. They have a current rampant home invasion problem. That's why people drive to OC to work.

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u/TaintMyPresident 5 Nov 29 '22 edited Nov 29 '22

You must be a real timid little pussycat if a barely statisticly significant difference in crime rates makes you afraid to even step foot in a city

I'm familiar with the area, own some property in San Bernardino county. If you said "I never go there, it's boring as shit there is nothing really to go there for" I would think yeah that about covers it. Not much there for anyone unless they are into outlet malls and corporate restaurant chains. But "I never go there, too much crime" that's weak my dude

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u/Loco_accountant 2 Nov 29 '22

That's what you result to. Name calling. It's the people like you that live there, why I don't go. Grow up dude. I would also never take family there because of people like you.

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u/TaintMyPresident 5 Nov 29 '22

Riverside is in Riverside County, not San Bernardino County so don't worry. You don't need to be afraid that you might unknowingly cross paths with a stranger that said a mean name on the internet

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u/Loco_accountant 2 Nov 29 '22

Not afraid, trust me. I'm not afraid to go there or name calling. I just won't go. Grow up.

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u/TaintMyPresident 5 Nov 29 '22

"They have lower than average employment there, it's spooky!"

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u/PengieP111 9 Nov 29 '22

I lived there about 20 years. I liked it. Even still own my house there. But got offered $$$$$ to go elsewhere. I'm retired now and looking to go back, at least for Winters.

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u/Johnmcguirk 9 Nov 29 '22

Ravenholm?

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u/jstange1 6 Nov 29 '22

Born and raised in Riverside for 20+ yrs. Just a town. Some good parts and some bad.

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u/Habitkiak 7 Nov 29 '22

Born and raise. Served in the armed forces. Riverside is Malibu compared to the whole state of Alabama or where this guy is from.

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u/cda555 9 Nov 29 '22

30 minute ride if it’s 3am. Otherwise 1.5 hours. There is never a reason to go to riverside.

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u/KobeBeatJesus 9 Nov 29 '22

I'll have you know that there's a fantastic buffet style Korean BBQ spot in Riverside and a great deep dish pizza spot in Moreno Valley. You're otherwise correct.

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u/KnockoutNed85 8 Nov 29 '22 edited Nov 29 '22

What’s the spot called for the pizza? Is it Chicago Pasta House? And the Korean BBQ?

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u/KobeBeatJesus 9 Nov 29 '22

I get the deep dish from Romano's off of Canyon Crest. The Korean spot is low key and nothing fancy, but it's buffet style so you just go get whatever meat you want from the buffet at your own pace and cook it, it's called Koreana - across from the Tyler mall. I usually go for lunch because it's like $15.

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u/terpsarelife 7 Nov 29 '22

Fuckkkkkkkkk the 91

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u/sinchichis 9 Nov 29 '22

Where in Orange County

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u/terpsarelife 7 Nov 29 '22

The orange part

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u/sinchichis 9 Nov 29 '22

Like orange near the circle?

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u/yoyo1934 3 Nov 29 '22

Another One bites the dust

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u/lapandemonium 7 Nov 29 '22

An unhinged ex cop you say?... Inconceivable!

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u/DIsForDelusion A Nov 29 '22

Bet he wasn't an ex cop at all but they always try and say "FORMER" real quick when caught.

OOP. I was right

https://reddit.com/r/JusticeServed/comments/z78n81/last_friday_night_after_a_car_chase_california/iy6itlk?context=3

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u/Negative-Mood 5 Nov 29 '22

You are missing the real point. Was he Democrat, or a Republican?

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u/DIsForDelusion A Nov 29 '22

Since we're betting, I'm going all in on red.

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