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It just keeps getting worse. (mobile.twitter.com)
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NihilistCaregiver 65 points ago +65 / -0

Nobody will ever be able to prove it was all deliberate and organized, so then mass incompetence becomes the only remaining charge.

When is the last time people got serious prison or even death for being incompetent? Western society is too forgiving of incompetence.

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LauriThorne 41 points ago +41 / -0

The time that Minneapolis cop accidentally shot a black guy by accidentally getting her gun instead of her tazer.

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folx [S] 36 points ago +38 / -2

Why do we let women be cops, anyway?

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thepalagoon 31 points ago +32 / -1

Because third wave feminism opened the door to academics embracing the long-discredited theory of Tabula Rasa and preaching that everyone is equal and it's society that creates sexual dimorphism.

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cartoonericroberts 17 points ago +17 / -0

and it's society that creates sexual dimorphism.

I would think this is straw-manning feminism but this belief is actually super common. I don't understand how they don't get laughed out of society.

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SicilianOmega 16 points ago +16 / -0

The same way Lysenko (who believed in Tabula Rasa for plants) didn't get laughed out of the Soviet scientific community: Those in power impose punishments on those who laugh.

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SparkMandrill83 7 points ago +7 / -0

Its a mix of womens egos, simps and conserva-cucks treating women with kid gloves, and evil globalists taking advatange of it all

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krzyzowiec 1 point ago +1 / -0

I blame the cucks and simps most. It couldn’t happen without them.

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TakenusernameA 1 point ago +1 / -0

Because they were too useful for the the government to get rid of them.

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acp_k2win 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't understand how they don't get laughed out of society.

Because after contraception became publicly available, effectively turning every women into a slut, men started to pretend to take women seriously because they thought it would help them get laid.

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LauriThorne 20 points ago +22 / -2

Why do we let people violently resist arrest?

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Decrixxx 10 points ago +10 / -0

they were doing office jobs, but a sudden wave of retirements of the most experienced agents forced the police to send unqualified personnel on the street.

I wonder why such a sudden wave of retirement occurred...

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elleand202 6 points ago +6 / -0

Women working generally is a corporatist scam to dilute the value of labor by expanding the labor pool.

Edit: I also think that a lot of the contemporary anti-natalist sentiment is also a corporatist scheme to keep their female workforce working and not home pregnant or raising children.

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WhitePhoenix 4 points ago +4 / -0

Good question, but if the black guy wasn't resisting arrest the way a majority of black suspects do this wouldn't have happened either.

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TheImpossible1 -3 points ago +7 / -10

What she got was barely a punishment.

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Matamoros834 5 points ago +8 / -3

Just transition, already, and take your schizo psychotic takes to somewhere they fit better, like r/tranny.

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TheImpossible1 -2 points ago +5 / -7

iF yOu HaTe Us It'S bEcAusE YoU WaNt To Be Us!1!1

Ah yes, female coping strategy #203 for why they aren't liked. Personally I prefer #45, "Donald Trump radicalized men".

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Matamoros834 2 points ago +3 / -1

Well then I guess it's odd that not only am I male, but voted for Trump.

Fucking dilate. You'll feel better.

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Assassin47 21 points ago +21 / -0

Yes it sounds like common sense to hold them accountable, but it's been ruled in multiple lawsuits that police in the US have no duty to protect and are not responsible for your safety.

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Daucus9 25 points ago +25 / -0

So why did they "protect" him from trying to rescue his wife?

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ernsithe -2 points ago +4 / -6

They didn't. They protected themselves from what would have happened if they'd let him go in and, in engaging the shooter, had caught a child in the crossfire.

It's all about liability for the department. They had control over the perimeter. Letting him through is an action. Sitting on their hands and letting kids die is inaction. Far easier to defend yourself from liability for doing nothing.

This is the society that lawyers created.

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Steampunk_Moustache 12 points ago +13 / -1

what would have happened if they'd let him go in and, in engaging the shooter, had caught a child in the crossfire.

There isn't a jury in the world that that would haved rule against them.

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TriangleGang 14 points ago +14 / -0

This is true. However, assuming this guy sues, I'd be curious to see how the court handles "no duty to aid" vs. active interference. I would assume some liability attaches when the police actively prevent you from protecting life and/or property.

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elleand202 2 points ago +2 / -0

It’s a complicated legal situation and I haven’t researched it so I can’t speak with any confidence. Having said that, in general, you can become liable, both civilly and criminally, if you actively interfere with a rescue or prevent someone from rendering aid. The complicating factor here is sovereign immunity that limits the liability of government agents from tort liability, so IDK if the police department could be sued. It’s possible that the chief or whoever grabbed this cop could be federally sued under § 1983, but § 1983 suits exist in a limited world of possible claims and I don’t know if this would qualify.

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elleand202 2 points ago +2 / -0

Specifically, under the current law, there’s no obligation to protect anyone in particular. However, laws can be passed to create that obligation. Maybe that’s something that we as a society should consider, at least in specific situations like when children are under attack from active shooters.

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GoofTroop186 12 points ago +12 / -0

We corporatized fields that had no business being treated like corporations. I’m sure that whoever’s the equivalent of a middle manager is for the cops will get a horrendous performance review. Then life will just go on.

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WhitePhoenix 6 points ago +6 / -0

I was watching Donut Operator's breakdown of this - people were asking him what the fuck was wrong with the police chief, and Donut, sounding basically "what the fuck is wrong with these guys" and all said "this police chief spent too many years behind a desk and had zero experience out in the field for way too long"

Basically, we had a pencil pusher heading Uvalde police.

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Ahaus667 10 points ago +11 / -1

This isn’t western society, it’s feminism. Women will never hold people accountable for their actions unless they are considered a provider.

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TisDaRhythmOfDaNight 1 point ago +3 / -2

Derek Chauvin

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acp_k2win 7 points ago +7 / -0

Disagree. Chauvin went above and beyond the call of duty without even intending to. He sacrificed his career and personal safety to remove a career criminal from the streets. When the "justice" system would have put that criminal right back out there to harm more people.

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TisDaRhythmOfDaNight 1 point ago +1 / -0

that wasn't the question and that's not what I'm implying. he was tried for doing his job and they framed it as if he killed the guy through negligence (yet somehow went ahead and convicted him of murder, outrageously enough).

the question was - do people [who work in law enforcement] get serious prison time for [supposedly] being incompetent? and the answer as of 2022 is a resounding yes - if it is politically expedient.

and just for the record: of course I support his actions.

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TheImpossible1 33 points ago +36 / -3

100% the police stood down to maximize casualties.

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MuffyMangina 18 points ago +18 / -0

I really didn't think so at first, but this shit just glows more and more with each passing day.

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blyat56 32 points ago +32 / -0

The police aided and abetted the shooter to maximize his kill count by making sure victims were given ample time to bleed out.

I would vote to acquit that guy for leaving dead and wounded cops in his wake trying to get to his wife.

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Ohdeerlordman 6 points ago +6 / -0

Jury nullification 100%.

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The_Shadow_of_Intent 24 points ago +24 / -0

So apparently the "Good Guy with a Gun" theory is false because police stop the good guys with guns from helping anyone

Any more leftist retards up for talking about common sense realities they don't understand because they live in an Uber Eats-to-piehole pipeline?

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yvaN_ehT_nioJ 17 points ago +17 / -0

On the "bright side", the number of #ThinBlueLine idiots decreases with every story like this.

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WhitePhoenix 16 points ago +16 / -0

Before you all go into glowie territory, watch the Uvalde hearings where a police department from outside of Uvalde investigates this thing.

tl;dr It was a shitstorm of bad decisions, ((( COINCIDENCES ))), and incompetence here.

One, those 7 or 8 officers that got there within three minutes of the report were TOO FUCKING CHICKENSHIT to go in there. I saw cops chime in EVERYWHERE that they would've said "fuck what the chief said, I'm going in there" the moment they heard kids were in danger.

And the worst that would've happened to them would've been a slap to the wrist. And if that officer did get disciplined, there would be nationwide uproar - that officer would've been a hero.

But no, not one of them wanted to poke their head out and storm that place. And these officers were part of that same community. That off-duty police officer that wanted to go in will want those 7 officers that refused to move fired IMMEDIATELY because he lost his wife because of them.

Those officers are the "I'm just following orders" types. They probably were enforcing COVID lockdowns and shit. They were the ones leftover after the good ones resigned from being forced to take the vaccine.

Fucking pathetic.

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realerfunction 11 points ago +11 / -0

true justice would see everyone at fault here face a firing squad.

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Kweebecker 3 points ago +3 / -0

You can't say "it wasn't glowy, no conspiracy" and then immediately next line use the scare-echoes.

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bloodguard 6 points ago +6 / -0

was detained, had gun taken away

Next time something like this happens people are just going to bypass wherever the cops are cowering and go straight in.

Trust is broken. Chaos will reign supreme.

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GeneralBoobs 5 points ago +5 / -0

There needs to be hangings for this.

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MattTheBlack 1 point ago +1 / -0

My bet is still on the Marshals there having called the shots and the local PD being too big of pussies to go against them

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Assassin47 1 point ago +1 / -0

You'd think the local chief would mention that instead of taking the blame.

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MattTheBlack 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well we already know he's a cowardly shit. My marshals theory is based on them trying to threaten a woman into silence

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megalithicallstar 1 point ago +1 / -0

I never got into fiction stories.

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TheConservationist 1 point ago +1 / -0

This is fake.

There were photos of this teacher early on, comparing to a "different" teacher from Sandy Hook. The two people looked awfully alike.

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acp_k2win 1 point ago +1 / -0

Now I'm wondering if this was a planned event for the purpose of forwarding the agenda of nationalizing all police.