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#117 - greyhoundfd (12/26/2014) [-]
I get the perspective that these people deserve what's coming to them, but here's the thing: the job of the police is not to be a public avenger, they are not supposed to be especially harsh to people who are causing problems, and especially nice to people who aren't. This goes both ways: just as SJWs can't point at a white man and shout "beat his ass" and see it done, we can't point at actual criminals, white or black, and shout "beat his ass" and see it done. Even if someone robs a store and is a terrifying brutish boorish piece of shit, if the police beat him up without a warrant, probable cause, or even any precedent they have completely and thoroughly stepped outside their bounds. The justice system is supposed to be the barrier between us and a state of mob justice.
Look at the Middle-East. You don't have to search hard on here to find people here who despise Muslim countries for executing anyone for minor offenses, stoning women, and doing whatever because people think that someone deserves it. Believe it or not, declaring that special and public punishment is okay for criminals or people who look like criminals is the first step along this path.
I get that it seems really shitty, but one of the things that we have to keep in mind, especially since our nation was founded on these three fucking tenets, is that the citizens' rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are foremost among the things that we should be considering. This means for everyone, even if they are presently or have in the past threatened those rights for someone else. This doesn't mean we have to bend over backward for criminals, in fact that's entirely counterproductive. What it means is that we need to focus less on isolating criminals before releasing them into the nation, and more on providing means for all citizens, criminals or not, to find ways of achieving life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, while not threatening those rights in other citizens.
#218 - dillwithit (12/26/2014) [-]
"Robs a store and is a terrifying brutish boorish piece of shit,..."
Robbery- (a) A person commits an offense if, in the course of committing theft as defined in Chapter 31 Chapter 31.03 Theft: A person commits and offense if he unlawfully appropriates property with intent to deprive the owner of property. and with intent to obtain or maintain control of the property, he: (1) intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly causes bodily injury to another; or (2) intentionally or knowingly threatens or places another in fear of imminent bodily injury or death.
Now i want you to place yourself in the position of the police officer, and you approach the suspect armed with the foreknowledge that the person in question has (1) already caused bodily injury in the pursuit of obtaining another property or (2) has threatened another with injury or death. Stepping into the situation and Officer must always assume the person is armed, it would be foolish not to, so you must approach swiftly and accurately to make sure no further harm comes to the Officer, the people around, and the suspect him-self. While no it is not the Officers job to simply beat people, it is however an Officers job to put a stop to the threat.
#288 - greyhoundfd (17 hours ago) [-]
I know, and police should be thinking like that. They should understand that their goal is to minimize harm to themselves and bystanders, but the forgotten second key is that they should minimize harm to the suspect. This is exactly the problem. The police follow your logic, and proceed to shoot or severely harm people who may not even be posing a significant immediate risk to the officer or bystanders. This is the problem that I'm pointing out, that there are ways of controlling and preventing harm to suspects while also preventing harm to yourself or bystanders, but the necessity of this fact is not being taught. This leads to (I hate to use this example) but situations like the manslaughter of Eric Garner, where police focused only on minimizing harm to themselves and bystanders and ignored the suspect; doing so resulted in the death of a man whose gravest crime was selling a legal substance on the streets without a license.
What I'm trying to say is I wholeheartedly agree with you, but there seems to be only emphasis on the fact that their job is to put an end to the threat, and not on the fact that the suspect also has to be, you know, alive for him to appear in court.
#16 - anonymous (12/25/2014) [-]
That picture is inaccurate and racist!
Black people don't buy guns, they steal them.
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