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Colorado Police break elderly women's bones

Discussion in 'BBS Hangout: Debate & Discussion' started by ThatBoyNick, Apr 15, 2021.

  1. Rocket River

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    Honestly. . . . I no longer believe much of anything in police reports
    They are some of the most slanted bias if not out right lying pieces of literature in the world

    Rocket River
     
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    This should be covered about as much as police shootings and people wanting police reform should be all over it.

    What they were doing after they locked her up is even more disgusting.
     
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    I trust absolutely nothing that they write or say

    bashing someone’s head into the pavement will magically turn into “suspect tripped and fell and hit his head on the ground” on the police report

    their word means less than nothing

    video is the only reason they don’t get away with every single lie

    pathological liar, egomaniac, and having no empathy are required traits for a police officer
     
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    Three resign
     
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    They’re just employed down the street instead
     
  7. Andre0087

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    Where's you Babylon Bee article about this? Surely it needs one...:rolleyes:
     
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    Where are the charges at? I get pissed everytime this thread is updated without that detail...
     
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    Them laughing and fist bumping about the sound of her bone breaking is very disturbing. Those two need put in a psych ward. Elderly abuse and mentally ill abuse!
     
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    Won’t matter. Everyone will be rehired one county over.
     
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    When will people learn to stop resisting?
     
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    Two former Loveland police officers will face criminal charges following the violent arrest of a 74-year-old woman with dementia, online court records show.

    Prosecutors with the Eighth Judicial District Attorney’s Office on Wednesday filed charges against Austin Hopp and Daria Jalali, the officers who violently arrested Karen Garner in June after receiving a report that she tried to walk out of a Walmart with $13 of merchandise. Garner, who was 73 at the time of her arrest, suffered a broken arm and other injuries.

    Hopp — the first officer to arrive on scene — faces charges of second-degree assault, attempt to influence a public servant and official misconduct, court records show. The assault and attempt to influence a public servant are felony charges and the official misconduct charge is a misdemeanor.

    Prosecutors charged Jalali with three misdemeanors: failing to report excessive use of force, failure to intervene in an excessive use of force and official misconduct.

    https://www.reporterherald.com/2021/05/19/karen-garner-police-arrested-assault-charges/

    “The Larimer County DA speaks about charges former Loveland officers face in the arrest of the 73-year-old woman with dementia.”

     
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