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Discussion in 'The Fire For Effect and Totally Politically Incorr' started by Alaska444, Sep 1, 2017.
Monster I don't know what cop did what to you or yours but your vision on this subject is a bit blurry. It seems you want vent and rant rather than even read the responses you get for content.......Alaska covered the subject well. I will add I hope you really aren't as rigid and hard as your posts appear. If so as young as you are you have a long, tough road ahead.
I know several cops personally. I would not hesitate to stand with them on any subject. Yes corruption is possible, and I've had a few experiences with that, but one phone call and that officer and 3 of his superiors we're at my door to apologize. I don't know the officers you know, hope I never do.
The Monster is no longer with us so y'all don't need to waste your breath or finger muscles responding to him!
We missed the
<sigh> he will be missed <another sigh>
just like a boil ...
ha, I got that!!
Amen. I was waiting for it but didn't want to taunt the curmudgeon.
My own two cents worth. In 1967 I began my law enforcement career and I retired in 2015, thus from what I know of, I speak about.
When I first became aware of this activity with the nurse, my initial question was for the why in the blood draw. The truck driver was/is a victim in this situation. The detective a Buffon.
I then recalled a statement of "due diligence", which for the lack of understanding is basically the gathering of mostly useless information to round out the pages of a report. Such as, "The witness wore red suspenders", it means nothing, and in a lot of cases, it clouds the waters which leads to overbilling as attempts to clear up the reasoning of it being in the report in the first place.
I can understand the detective thinking he was covering a base he thought needed covering, but it sounds to me that he was led astray by his supervisor.
I have an issue with his comments about loading the hospital with less than stellar patients and his lack of training. He appears to have a lot of experience as an EMS, but maybe not so much as a detective.