Quote: Originally Posted by Lithp
Good decision. I read the report. Lots of police haters here. The police should not have been charged. The taser was not the cause of death - as usual. But most Canadians are such wimps that when a police officer uses force they whimper and whine and cry police brutality. Very simple. He brought his own death upon himself. The police are in no way to blame. If he was in any other country he would have been shot dead. Stop being such cry babies!
Only the Canadians that live to tell about the force used by a police officer whimper
& whine and cry police brutality. The dead ones tend to 'man up' and keep quiet
about what happened to them. Those that live through something like this really are
such cry babies...and should learn from the example set by the dead, right?
There are many GREAT police officers out there, but it's the ones that aren't that are
causing the outrage. Those officers that assult or murder the non-criminal population
using a weapon like a Taser as a compliance tool for illegal orders should be punished
just like the rest of society...and not investigated and found innocent routinely by the
very police force they're employed by.
I don't hate the police, but I'm bright enough to see that there are some very bad apples
out there wearing badges, protected by very powerfull unions, and a crazy system that
allows them to investigate their own when crimes against the general population are
committed. Look at Montreal recently. Look at Greece right now. This perception of
hatered is really a symptom of frustration with the things I'm pointing out. The system had
better change, and very soon, before this boil on the backside of justice comes to a head,
For perspective. If Revenue Canada suspected you of Income Tax Fraud, would they
ask you to audit yourself, and whatever result you came up with would get their rubber
stamp and be good enough without and further inquiry? I really doubt this would happen,
but that's what is allowed with Law Enforcement, and the rubber stamp being a Public
Complaints Commission. No wonder People are outraged.