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Cop Arrested for Raping Domestic Assault Victim and Forcing Her to Drink His Urine

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Johnson County, AR — Former deputy Robert Retford, with the Johnson County Sheriff’s Department was arrested Monday on charges of sexual assault. His alleged victim was apparently seeking help from the deputy when she said he beat her, raped her and defecated on her, and made her drink his urine.

On Tuesday, the now-former deputy was released on a $5,000 bond and was told to surrender his passport.

Police had enough evidence to bring the deputy into custody on Monday after his alleged victim came forward in September.

The local news company stated they do not give out the names of alleged victims. However, this case was different. According to 40/29 News, in this case, the woman asked to be identified and wants everyone to know what she says the deputy did to her.

In their report on the incident, 40/29 refers to the victim as Shanna.

“This man raped me,” Shanna said.

In September, police responded to a domestic dispute between Shanna and her boyfriend. According to Shanna, Retford offered to take her away from the situation, so she got in his car with him. Shanna told investigators that while the couple was in the car, Retford began fondling her crotch and then made her touch his crotch.

Despite the crotch touching in the car, Shanna said she was brought to a hotel in Clarksville that evening and dropped off by Retford who did not stay there. Instead, Retford gave the stranded and allegedly recently sexually assaulted victim his card and told her to call him in the morning.

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Apparently frozen with fear, Shanna stayed at the hotel and then called the deputy in the morning at which time Retford picked her up.

Shanna told police that Retford then brought her to a friend’s house where he proceeded to beat her with either a baton or flashlight.

“After that,” Shanna explained, “he made me drink his urine. He told me to enjoy being covered in his ****, that’s what he said.”

“I think he’s scary, it scares me just talking about him,” Shanna said.

In an interview with 40/29 News, Shanna told them she was on drugs when the assault happened and she does not remember if she told the deputy to stop.

“I don’t know, I guess I just kind of froze up,” Shanna said. “I don’t think I said anything, I don’t think I could speak,I don’t know.”

According to Johnson County Sheriff Larry Jones, Retford was immediately suspended in September after the incident was reported. However, he resigned just four days later, a move many police officers take when accused of a crime in a means to escape accountability.

According to an arrest affidavit, Retford does not deny having sexual relations with Shanna, but said it was consensual.

According to 40/29, the prosecutor noted that Retford is facing a charge of Sexual Assault in the 3rd Degree. If convicted, Retford could spend up to 10 years in prison.

Police officers showing up to help people and assaulting them instead is a far too common occurrence.

After an unnamed victim had been beaten by a male assailant earlier this month, who she had a restraining order against, she called the police. When police showed up, they arrested her attacker and left. However, hours later, Cpl. Benjamin Candelaria, 48, would return, cover his body camera, and sexually assault the victim, according to the arrest report. 

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Former state trooper, 36-year-old Samuel H. McHenry II managed to get off with minimal jail time after raping a car accident victim and leaving her stranded afterward.

Officer Micah Meurer responded to a call at a 22-year-old woman’s northwest Amarillo home last year when she was in distress. The officer was later fired after it was exposed that Meurer forced himself on her and raped her.

Karl Fields, a police officer from Chattanooga, Tennessee was accused of sexually harassing and stalking a rape victim that he claimed to be helping with a criminal case.

Fields reportedly stalked the woman, parking out in front of her house on numerous occasions, and contacting her on a frequent basis.

According to a lawsuit recently filed by the victim, Fields attempted to call her 73 times in one night, and would frequently text her, requesting nude photographs and making obscene demands.

The list goes on.

Matt Agorist is an honorably discharged veteran of the USMC and former intelligence operator directly tasked by the NSA. This prior experience gives him unique insight into the world of government corruption and the American police state. Agorist has been an independent journalist for over a decade and has been featured on mainstream networks around the world. and now on Steemit
  • Linda Duvall

    I am very happy to find in Media, some to have the HEART to tell the
    truth to people like me who really hates the regular MEDIA that only tells
    the so called News. Only what they are allowed to say. All I can say is:
    GOD HELP US ALL. PRAY PEOPLE, PRAY!

    • Kyle Pinson

      All this madness going on and your advice is to pray?? How has that helped so far? How will that help in the future? Perhaps it is time to set aside your fairy tale and start fixing the world you see as so broken.

      • Randy Jacobsen

        Which you are doing that how? Oh youre not. Youre just talking shit because its about all you know. Some people lean on faith. Some play in shit and talk shit. Its obvious where you fall in that category.

        • Kyle Pinson

          So it is obvious where I fall because I essentially said praying does not get anywhere? Aside from that statement, what else can you surmise based off of evidence and falsifiable data? I sense you are offended because I frankly denounced prayer as useless. If so, good. Maybe you can pray about it and see if your god shuts me up. I have a feeling he will be just as effective at that as he is at everything else. Not very.

          • Ricardo Maia

            well said man! You can pray and not complain (shut up), or you can do something about it, simple.

          • exposethebad

            I too sit where you sit in terms of not believing in the power of belief. However there is no reason to attack a person for believing as they wish to believe. Especially when the person is supporting the victim. There is nothing wrong with a person believing in God or believing their prayer can help in times as it isn’t anyone else’s place to tell them what they can or cannot have faith in. It doesn’t hurt anyone so there is no need to attack them. As long as the belief does not cause any issues for people or, like in the case of one belief system, harms people due to their belief.

            People have every right to believe in whatever deity they wish to believe in as long as their belief does not infringe upon the rights of others or harm others. In this case you are attacking someone for no purpose after they did nothing wrong. Again, I agree with you about it making a difference or not but as we are not the authority on knowing everything about the universe we have no right to dictate what a person can or cannot believe in and especially so in cases when the person was merely offering support for a victim.

          • Kyle Pinson

            Where did I attack the belief? Where did I attack the practice of prayer? I directly called into question and denounced the efficacy of prayer. The power of prayer to produce demonstrable change in a way that can be verified is what I reject. Why? Simple. No evidence to support prayer works. None whatsoever.

          • exposethebad

            The following are your statements attacking the practice of prayer:

            “Perhaps it is time to set aside your fairy tale”

            “You know what does absolutely nothing? Prayer.”

            “I sense you are offended because I frankly denounced prayer as useless. If so, good.”

            “Maybe you can pray about it and see if your god shuts me up.”

            The above quotes are your statements equating to attacks against the practice of prayers validity. Briefly stated if one attacks the validity of prayer than one is attacking the system by which another believes something to be useful or not useful. Point being, your statements call into question (basically) that a person is, effectively, doing nothing by prayer to help solve an issue and are wasting their time.

            Now again, do I agree that prayer does nothing in reality to help solve an issue? In my experience prayer and any/all belief does nothing to shape reality. However, I do concede that it gives others hope and whatever strength they believe they can garner from such things to diligently attack an issue head on. Long story short, if they believe their prayer aids them with confronting injustice and if their practice is not harming others than there is zero reason to call it out as a: “fairy tale”, “useless”, and that it does “absolutely nothing”. That, by definition (ie: criticize or oppose fiercely and publicly), is an “attack” on their belief and an attack on the practice of prayer.

          • Kyle Pinson

            “The above quotes are your statements equating to attacks against the practice of prayers validity. Briefly stated if one attacks the validity of prayer than one is attacking the system by which another believes something to be useful or not useful. Point being, your statements call into question (basically) that a person is, effectively, doing nothing by prayer to help solve an issue and are wasting their time.”

            Way to restate exactly what I said previously. I literally said prayer does not work and I personally believe all religion has not satisfied its burden of proof. If you agree, there is nowhere to go but to embellish the statement or add supporting evidence to fortify the position. If you disagree, you come back with facts and evidence to substantiate your counter position. Crying foul because it is not supportive of your belief is something gullible people do, instead of verifying their belief to be true or false. I also have a strong feeling you don’t know what an “ad hominem attack” is, considering I have not insulted a single person. If there is evidence that prayer is anything other than a waste of time, please by all means enlighten me.

            “Now again, do I agree that prayer does nothing in reality to help solve an issue? In my experience prayer and any/all belief does nothing to shape reality. However, I do concede that it gives others hope and whatever strength they believe they can garner from such things to diligently attack an issue head on.”

            If a process includes prayer, and tangible benefits are produced as a result, I am for it. For example, group prayer in hospitals for the sick has been shown to produce positive results. However, similar results are produced when people of different faiths do the same thing. The commonalities between believers of different faiths can be dawn between the actual activities in the hospital which can be observed, while leaving out the dogmatic belief. That is why some believe that all tangible benefits produced by religious institutions can be achieved through secular means.

            “Long story short, if they believe their prayer aids them with confronting injustice and if their practice is not harming others than there is zero reason to call it out as a: “fairy tale”, “useless”, and that it does “absolutely nothing”. That, by definition (ie: criticize or oppose fiercely and publicly), is an “attack” on their belief and an attack on the practice of prayer.”

            While that sounds nice, I think you have forgotten that a woman was raped and defiled. Even worse, it happened when she needed protection most. Praying when someone is in need of actual help harms the victim and the person engaging in prayer. It leaves the person praying with a false sense of accomplishment, all the while no change to the situation has occurred. Meanwhile, the victim is still in the same position and is no better off as a result. If you want to pray personally, have at it. Becoming defensive when someone calls out the ineffectiveness of a tool that is supposed to produce tangible change is childish and indicative of gullibility. If you went to the doctor with a gaping chest wound and he said he would pray for you, whilst bleeding out on a gurney, you would probably have a few choice words for your doctor should you survive the ordeal. This is no different.

          • exposethebad

            Why wouldn’t I regurgitate your exact statements as your statements make your stance abundantly clear? This issue has nothing to do with my belief but has to do with my statement of you attacking the choice others make to pray/believe in whatever they wish.

            If a person (any person) states something as a fairy tail than that equates to that person attacking the narrative a person is either producing or attempting to produce. In this case we have a person supporting the victim(s) making an offhanded comment about praying for them. Is that not their right? Did you not attack their right by attacking the validity of what they make the choice to do in the face of an issue? The answer is obvious since your quotes/statements make it clear that you did. So that is why I correctly called it out. We (anyone) cannot pick and choose what fundamental rights should be acknowledged or shouldn’t be. People have the fundamental right to believe as they will and they have the fundamental right to exercise their belief as long as it doesn’t infringe upon the rights of others. So, I say again, you attacked that individual for merely expressing their right in written form. I ask myself/ask you for what purpose does it serve? Better stated, what does it matter what a person does if it makes them feel like they are helping an issue and/or truly believe in the power of prayer? It hurts nobody in my view and from what you have stated there is no proof that it either harms anyone or helps them so, simply stated, attacking it has no purpose other than merely to attack the person for no reason. You disagree with that?

            It doesn’t fall to me to “prove” anything about the power of prayer since I made it abundantly clear that I sit with you on your thought that it does nothing. I am not referring to that in my statements to you. I am referring to the fact that you attacked them for believing as they will. You seem to think I am siding with them in that I believe that it serves some realistic offense/defense against actual issues taking place. Again, I do not believe that. I am merely pointing out that a person who believes in equality, fights for equality, and claims themselves (not saying you do because, frankly, I don’t know you) as something to defend others in the name of equality should not discount what others believe merely because it doesn’t fit their narrative as equality is a general thought process that encompasses any/all. That is why “all lives matter” and that is why stereotypes/racism can undoubtedly exist across the board. Not one person and not one group and not one belief system holds the patent on what is and what isn’t feasible or what should or what shouldn’t be expressed by others (again, as long as said issues do not infringe upon the rights of others).

            If I had it my way this scumbag here would be eradicated from society if his alleged crimes turn out to indeed be fact based. So, don’t get me wrong, I fully understand what you are saying, I do indeed. I am just saying that you, me, this guy, that girl, whoever, all of us, we don’t get to decide how a person feels compelled to deal with despicable issues as that isn’t our place. Do I wish people would bind together and, again if proven guilty of course, push law makers to remove these people from circulation? You’re damn right I wish that. Personally I wish that every rapist, child molester/rapist, and, of course, murderers (all convicted of course) would be removed from this world as I feel it is insult to injury that the tax payer supports them for their entire lives after they destroyed the lives of someone else. So, again, don’t get me wrong, I am about as hardline as they come when it comes to justice being served and I have done my fair share of fighting for that in my younger years. However, unfortunate as it is, we have those who block such things from occurring and thus we are forced to know these scumbags continue to live despite the lives they have impacted.

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          • Guy

            Perhaps you are all wrong too ! I guess you will just have to wait, and find out if it is the truth or not, someday in the future !

            But to ridicule and scorn others for there convictions, just shows me and others your lack of compassion, and sound judgement, all the while rolling in your own superiority !

            Sort of reminds me of reverse racism, as that we are christians with christian beliefs, that we announce, and you but us down for that, as you verbally just did !

            So, if the shoe is on the other foot, wear it young lady, but I don’t think you will like it much !

          • Kyle Pinson

            “But to ridicule and scorn others for there convictions, just shows me and others your lack of compassion, and sound judgement, all the while rolling in your own superiority !”

            I made no insults or attacks toward the OP. Questioning or denouncing someone’s beliefs should not offend the person if their belief is intellectually sound or can be proven with evidence. You know when it does offend them? When they cannot demonstrate that they are right and unfairly call any opposition “attackers”. Attacking someone personally for voicing their personal thoughts or beliefs is an example of an “ad hominem attack”. Look it up if you aren’t clear on what that it. It really helps when receiving criticism in life to know that your ideas are not central to who you are as a person.

          • Phil Freeman

            Consider watching the documentary entitled WATER THE GREAT MYSTERY on YT if you need evidence of the effects of prayer, examine Dean Radin’s global consciousness project. You may be self limiting. Condemnation without investigation is the height of ignorance.

          • Kyle Pinson

            I have done my share of digging and find the evidence for vindicating Christianity severely lacking. I was a Christian for the first 20 years of my life, so please don’t think I reject any dogma without consideration. All religious beliefs fail to meet their burden of proof. If one comes along that proves itself to be true with empirical evidence, you are looking at a new believer of that faith. Until then, agnosticism is my position.

          • Phil Freeman

            I made no mention of Christianity, or religion, or doctrine, or dogma. I mentioned evidence of prayer having effect upon the physical.

      • Draco2023

        It amazes me that people like you find the need to start bitching whenever someone mentions anything related to faith. Does the faith of another really offend you that much? If so, that’s your problem…Grow a pair, then build a bridge and get over it.
        If you don’t believe in it, there is no reason to let it affect you. Instead of trying to cause strife, shut up, live your life and allow other to live theirs…Is that really so hard?

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        • Kyle Pinson

          If you understood the amount of opportunities that are squandered by people facing real problems and deciding to pray, you would rethink your position. I have no problem with prayer or religion.Considering I think all religion is incorrect or outright wrong, there is nothing for me to get over. However, when you advocate that real change will come about through such a vacuous task, I must voice my disagreement. Protesting has a tangible effect on the world. Civil disobedience causes measurable and discernible change in our environment. Hell, even writing your state representatives might have some type of minuscule effect toward change. You know what does absolutely nothing? Prayer. We are facing real problems that affect real people. Peddling admonishment that is akin to saying, “Ask Santa for help!” is detrimental to the people who need assistance in our society and an affront to intellectual discussion.

          • Draco2023

            Look skippy, you’re whining over something that has absolutely no affect on your life. At the very least praying for someone else is an expression of compassion and empathy on the part of the believer. They do it to show they care when there might not be anything else they are able to do.

            From a strictly scientific point of view, it has been proven without a doubt that the expression of prayer is psychologically beneficial to both the person praying and the person(s) being prayed for. Studies have also shown that people who pray for others are also more likely to reach out in other ways.

            If you don’t understand the reasons behind a person’s beliefs who are you to say what is right or wrong about it?

            The way you reacted to the comment was idiotic at best. You are attempting to push your biased opinion on others in the form of arrogant criticism…and in all honesty, that makes you no better than those that would try to push their religion on you.

          • Kyle Pinson

            “Look skippy, you’re whining over something that has absolutely no affect on your life.”

            Please learn how to address the topic being discussed and leave out the personal attacks. Not necessary and detracts from your counter argument. Also, people wasting their time and effort praying has a tremendous effect or lack thereof on our environment. How about the Climate Change? I know people who pray about this. Or what about our nation’s endless wars and criminal bombings throughout the Middle East? There are people praying for the safety and well being of those affected, rapt in the delusion that their god will directly intervene and paralyzed with inaction as a result.

            “At the very least praying for someone else or, in this case, for the betterment of humanity as a whole, is an expression of compassion and empathy on the part of the believer. They do it to show they care when there might not be anything else they are able to do and in many cases, prayer is used in a supplemental way along with actions. For instance..when I buy a homeless person a meal, I will also pray for them.”

            I have not stated that prayer is evil or morally deficient in any way. However, I directly challenge its efficacy in causing measurable change. If “actions” are the key to making a difference and “prayer” is ornamental *note I did not use supplemental, as prayer does not ADD anything of measurable value*, why not just omit prayer? Also, last time I read the bible god was said to be perfect. So why does he need your input via prayer?

            “From a strictly scientific point of view, it has been proven without a doubt that the expression of prayer is psychologically beneficial to both the person praying and the person(s) being prayed for. Studies have also shown that people who pray for others are also more likely to reach out and take action towards change in other ways as well….. ”

            Cite a study and stop using open ended statements to pawn something off as fact. Until then, there is nothing to challenge about this statement. No substance to address.

            “For example, most of the Churches here in Indonesia, not only pray for the poor…they actually go out into the communities and hand out clothing, food, etc.”

            That has nothing to do with prayer at all. They could have played a rousing game of Pokemon and then went to aide the homeless in a soup kitchen. Doesn’t mean the actions have any correlation in any meaningful way. Also, you are focusing on beneficent acts of churches you are familiar with. How about addressing the harm churches do as an aggregate? From the abuse of children, aids in Africa, the mismanagement of BILLIONS of dollars, to all the abhorrent things the church has done historically; The Christian Church has been at the foundation of some of darkest stints in time humanity has ever known or recorded.

            “If you don’t understand the reasons behind a person’s beliefs who are you to say what is right or wrong about it?”

            Whether I understand their beliefs or not is irrelevant here. Linda asserted that prayer is an effective tool by advocating for its use in the face of crisis. I directly challenged that by essentially saying prayer is not effective in producing any type of change through its use. Address that point with evidence to the contrary or concede. The argument of “you don’t believe so you don’t have the right to comment” is shortsighted and ultimately harmful to the person giving bad advice.

            “The way you reacted to the comment was idiotic at best. You are attempting to push your biased opinion on others in the form of arrogant criticism…and in all honesty, that makes you no better than those that would try to push their religion on you.”

            Directly address the portions that were “idiotic” So far I see a person who is offended because someone directly challenged something they believe in. You are more than welcome to your beliefs, but if you think the world should continue to go through all its current strife and the while advocating for a solution which fixes nothing, someone like myself is going to call it out.

            Thanks for all the name calling. That tends to be the Christian calling call when discussing indefensible tenants of their faith.

          • Draco2023

            TLDR…Skippy, face it. you’re an idiot.

        • peter_peterclarke

          we’re not bitching or offended, its just that as a useful response to a problem pray rates about the same as a chocolate teapot.

          • Draco2023

            You’re bitching..shut up . If they believe in it, let them be.

      • -The Associated Reader

        It is called faith. Apparently, not a word in your vocabulary. If your mother and father did a better job raising you, we wouldn’t be having this discussion. How about that for factually bound? If that offends you, I’d just like to qoute you saying “Questioning or denouncing someone’s beliefs should not offend the person”.

        You most likely believe your parents did a good job, and I think they did a terrible job… So I’m denouncing your parents because they were obviously too lazy to correct your warped reasoning skills. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/96d7f1b2f092eb8c22755c93a071d9831d7b214e840b8d3a6de41d28c884bfcf.jpg

        • Kyle Pinson

          “It is called faith. Apparently, not a word in your vocabulary. If your mother and father did a better job raising you, we wouldn’t be having this discussion..”

          What you call “faith”, I call gullibility. Why? Simple

          gul·li·ble
          ˈɡələb(ə)l/
          adjective
          easily persuaded to believe something; credulous.
          “an attempt to persuade a gullible public to spend their money”
          synonyms: credulous, naive, overtrusting, overtrustful, easily deceived, easily taken in, exploitable, dupable, impressionable, unsuspecting, unsuspicious, unwary, ingenuous, innocent, inexperienced, unworldly, green; More

          faith
          fāTH/Submit
          noun
          noun: faith
          1.
          complete trust or confidence in someone or something.
          “this restores one’s faith in politicians”
          synonyms: trust, belief, confidence, conviction; More
          antonyms: mistrust
          2.
          strong belief in God or in the doctrines of a religion, based on spiritual apprehension rather than proof.
          synonyms: religion, church, sect, denomination, (religious) persuasion, (religious) belief, ideology, creed, teaching, doctrine
          “she gave her life for her faith”
          a system of religious belief.
          plural noun: faiths
          “the Christian faith”
          a strongly held belief or theory.
          “the faith that life will expand until it fills the universe”

          ” How about that for factually bound? If that offends you, I’d just like to qoute you saying “Questioning or denouncing someone’s beliefs should not offend the person””

          Making an attack on someone’s person and not against the argument in question detracts from your intended point. Though your ad hominem attack might make someone else angry, I am not the one who believes in a god who will condemn them to hell if they have the audacity to be self determining and reject him. So I am good. :]

          “You most likely believe your parents did a good job, and I think they did a terrible job… So I’m denouncing your parents because they were obviously too lazy to correct your warped reasoning skills. ”

          I am my own person and rejected my faith all on my own. If I turn out to be wrong, I am sure your same god will recognize my actions as solely mine. If your god is anything like you, I will gladly spend an eternity in hell to be separated from believers such as yourself, knowing I am morally superior and made choices as a free man. Not as a sycophantic supporter of a insecure god, who needs praise and thanks every moment of the day.

          • -The Associated Reader

            Google brings me the same results as it does to you. I skipped your google ctrl+C, ctrl+V.

            You keep sitting there being a smug and blaming everybody else. There is no such thing as an atheist on a burning plane.

            PS I’m glad Hillary lost! Eat that!

    • Phil Freeman

      Which of the five modalities of prayer do you recommend?

      • Linda Duvall

        Sweetheart, I don’t have time to play with you on this. BUT, I
        will PRAY FOR YOU. YOU SOUND LIKE YOU NEED IT TOO!

        • Phil Freeman

          Thanks for that. I wasn’t playing really just curious.

  • Paschn

    As long as the general public gobbles up the lies and half truths put
    forth by the kosher media regarding “hero” cops they won’t be
    able to accept the truth of the matter. Further, we need to
    understand the difference between a hero and a “heroic” deed.

    It would certainly help if we looked beyond the cop to those responsible
    for hiring, training same, as well as what type of training these
    psychos are being exposed to by these foreign companies allowed to
    train U.S. cops. Something is simply not right!

    ANY sunovabitch able to subject a human being to the type of horror this
    woman endured should be drawn and quartered on cable T.V. Then the
    public needs to look into the “training” they’re being given by
    these foreign contractors and expose THEM to criminal/civil action,
    as well as the elected assholes awarding these contracts to foreign
    rather than domestic companies.

    http://www.veteranstoday.com/2012/09/27/press-tv-tragedy-of-us-police-training-by-israeli-companies/

    Don’t forget; These companies base their “training” on IDF rules of
    engagement. The same training that IDF POS who posted his body count
    of sniped babies to his social media account.

    http://anonhq.com/30-days-jail-term-israeli-sniper-killed-13-gaza-children-one-day-terrorize-palestinians/

    Consider the “justice” this pig was nailed with. Look familiar? This would
    go a long way to explaining the wrist-slap given to cops who are
    trained/armed/set loose on us. Because they represent the LAW, if
    anything they should pay a steeper price for their perversions than a
    “normal(?)” citizen.

    Contemplate what this pig’s actions have done to this woman’s MIND

  • Ibcamn

    typical cops,they are all criminal bottom feeders,all of them……only time they feel like a man is when they are beating women and children…fucking scum of humanity,all cops are criminals,all cops

  • Never go ANYWHERE with the so called law enforcement bottom feeders who break the law more than anyone else. Gods, I’ve walked down another street to avoid these psychopathic virii if I notice them ahead of time.

  • Tim Hadfield

    To serve and protect.
    Cops, these days, are bottom feeding scum – often psychopathic. They are not there to fight crime, but to control the public.
    You can’t do that by being nice.

  • Boba Vette

    @matt Hey I clicked the links on the article but they do not go to where you say they do. Is this a mistake?

  • FreeMann9

    Hang. this. son. of. a. bitch.

  • uswe2

    Law enforcement across the country has been infiltrated by racist imbeciles…