Shocking Images of Police Brutality against OWS Protesters

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    Nov 19, 2011 1:32 AM GMT
    I hope the NYPD gets its ass sued off.

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    Nov 19, 2011 1:58 AM GMT
    Christian73 saidI hope the NYPD gets its ass sued off.

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    Kudos to the police. The police are there to protect the citizens. Some of the protesters (not all) were violent or threatening violence. These people provoked the attacts. On the local news last night it showed parents walking with their kids through the angry mobs. I have a friend who works on Wall Street and people were scared for their lives getting to work.

    I'm going to go write a letter to the NYPD Chief Of Police thanking them for their service. I am so grateful that we have such a wonderful Police Force in this country. It has not been easy for them, especially with that wimp Bloomberg.

    The NYPD is simply AWESOME!
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    Nov 19, 2011 2:18 AM GMT
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    CHRISTOPHER34 saidI'm going to go write a letter to the NYPD Chief Of Police thanking them for their service. I am so grateful that we have such a wonderful Police Force in this country. It has not been easy for them, especially with that wimp Bloomberg.
    The NYPD is simply AWESOME!

    You are an actual sociopath.


    LOL. Thanks for the insult. I wouldn't expect anything else from a liberal.
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    Nov 19, 2011 2:33 AM GMT
    Empathy isn't exactly his strong point, that much should be obvious.
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    Nov 19, 2011 2:35 AM GMT
    CHRISTOPHER34 said
    Christian73 saidI hope the NYPD gets its ass sued off.



    Go live in N. Korea.
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    Nov 19, 2011 2:52 AM GMT
    Aside from all the rhetoric, keep one thing in mind. When you fight the police, you may get hurt. If you disagree with an order, there is the court system, which was exercised after they were evicted in NY. If you believe the police act improperly, there is recourse, and plenty of sympathetic lawyers to push your case.

    If you resist arrest, you are asking to be hauled off, maybe maced or tazed, or even pulled by the hair. If you throw rocks or bottles at the police, you risk getting hit with a baton. If you think a society can function with police having to ask "pretty please", you are quite delusional.

    By comparison, in Milan a few years ago, a rioter demonstrating at a G20 summit threw something at the police. They shot him.
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    Nov 19, 2011 4:35 AM GMT
    southbeach1500 saidHmmm... Let's see here.

    Liberals use the police as political pawns ("We need to PASS THIS BILL so we can hire more hard working police officers") but when the police actually do their job, they're the bogeymen (and women).

    But it all makes sense.... pander to get the police union money for election campaigns and oppose the actual function of the police, which is to enforce the law and maintain order.



    Incorrect. The police are more than capable of doing their job without resorting to brutality. The function of the police is, indeed, to enforce the law and maintain order provided they do not violate a citizen's rights, including subjecting them to unnecessary violence along the way.

    But - as per usual - you only want the Bill of Rights observed when you agree with the person exercising their rights.

    These last few weeks have really been illuminating for me. The depth of how anti-American and unpatriotic you and other conservaposse members are is startling.
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    Nov 19, 2011 6:14 AM GMT
    CHRISTOPHER34 said
    Christian73 saidI hope the NYPD gets its ass sued off.

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    Kudos to the police. The police are there to protect the citizens. Some of the protesters (not all) were violent or threatening violence. These people provoked the attacts. On the local news last night it showed parents walking with their kids through the angry mobs. I have a friend who works on Wall Street and people were scared for their lives getting to work.

    I'm going to go write a letter to the NYPD Chief Of Police thanking them for their service. I am so grateful that we have such a wonderful Police Force in this country. It has not been easy for them, especially with that wimp Bloomberg.

    The NYPD is simply AWESOME!


    Maybe someday you'll be on the receiving end of some of their "awesomeness."
  • KissTheSky

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    Nov 19, 2011 6:33 AM GMT
    The photos I see of the worst brutality is MALE police officers brutalizing FEMALE protesters who are not doing anything even remotely threatening, like these photos show.
    Way to go, officers. "Protect and serve," my ass.
    These cowards should be ashamed of themselves.
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    Nov 19, 2011 7:04 AM GMT
    KissTheSky said

    Maybe someday you'll be on the receiving end of some of their "awesomeness."



    No, actually anyone with a brain has the good sense to heed police orders, especially when their orders are backed by a court order. Bravo to the NYC police for handling a difficult situation the best they could. When citizens resist arrest, and especially when they resort to violence against the police, trouble is guaranteed to ensue and the police are not going to be on the losing end of that.
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    Nov 19, 2011 7:10 AM GMT
    Christian73 said<
    These last few weeks have really been illuminating for me. The depth of how anti-American and unpatriotic you and other conservaposse members are is startling.



    The only thing illuminating is the tiara on top of your "Drama Queen" head. "UnAmerican"? Really? How long were city officials suppose to let the OWS people trash public parks and streets? Enough was enough.
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    Nov 19, 2011 1:51 PM GMT
    southbeach1500 said
    KissTheSky saidThe photos I see of the worst brutality is MALE police officers brutalizing FEMALE protesters who are not doing anything even remotely threatening, like these photos show.
    Way to go, officers. "Protect and serve," my ass.
    These cowards should be ashamed of themselves.


    Clearly those on the receiving end of this "brutality" were just going for a peaceful walk in the park that day when they were suddenly subjected to such "brutality." icon_lol.gif


    NO, I have not seen any videos or photos of female demonstrators assaulting NYPD police officers. Have you? Can you post the links?

    What I HAVE seen is male police officers assaulting women and men.
    This is the kind of bullsht that third-rate banana republics pull.
    America is supposed to be better than this.

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    Nov 19, 2011 2:00 PM GMT
    Explain this video in which completely peaceful protesters are sprayed with a chemical agent:

  • musclmed

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    Nov 19, 2011 8:15 PM GMT
    when you conspire to block bridges and subways you break the law.

    civil protests have limits. A new yorker knows if you block bridges and subways people die.

    police and ambulances cannot pass as they need to.


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    Nov 19, 2011 8:37 PM GMT
    musclmed saidwhen you conspire to block bridges and subways you break the law.

    civil protests have limits. A new yorker knows if you block bridges and subways people die.

    police and ambulances cannot pass as they need to.




    Ridiculous. More indication of your ignorance.
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    Nov 19, 2011 8:51 PM GMT
    musclmed saidwhen you conspire to block bridges and subways you break the law.

    civil protests have limits. A new yorker knows if you block bridges and subways people die.

    police and ambulances cannot pass as they need to.




    This is very true. The Protesters have every right to lead a peaceful protest on public property, but when they start interferring with other peoples rights then the police need to get involved.
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    Nov 19, 2011 11:21 PM GMT
    southbeach1500 said
    GQjock saidbrendan-watts-face-surrounded-205375.jpg



    The image of someone who finally got some sense knocked into his head: If you break the law, provoke the police and hang out with lawbreakers, somebody - possibly even you - is going to get hurt.

    A valuable life lesson for this camper, er, uh, "protester" - as union-thug-supporting-Congressman Capuano said: "Sometimes you got to get a little bloody."


    I'd love to see you on the tail end of a police baton.

    Of course, this is exactly what Capuano was speaking of. When you stand up for your rights against a corporate controlled state (billionaire mayor in an illegal third term, Goldman Sachs making huge donations to the police fund), there's a good chance that you might end up being attacked by fascists.
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    Nov 19, 2011 11:22 PM GMT
    CHRISTOPHER34 said
    musclmed saidwhen you conspire to block bridges and subways you break the law.

    civil protests have limits. A new yorker knows if you block bridges and subways people die.

    police and ambulances cannot pass as they need to.




    This is very true. The Protesters have every right to lead a peaceful protest on public property, but when they start interferring with other peoples rights then the police need to get involved.


    I work in Manhattan and live a mile outside of it. There has been no disruption of services caused by OWS. So you're either a liar or you've been duped by liars. icon_rolleyes.gif
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    CHRISTOPHER34 said
    musclmed saidwhen you conspire to block bridges and subways you break the law.

    civil protests have limits. A new yorker knows if you block bridges and subways people die.

    police and ambulances cannot pass as they need to.




    This is very true. The Protesters have every right to lead a peaceful protest on public property, but when they start interferring with other peoples rights then the police need to get involved.


    I work in Manhattan and live a mile outside of it. There has been no disruption of services caused by OWS. So you're either a liar or you've been duped by liars. icon_rolleyes.gif


    Be thankful you live in Brooklyn away from all that trash.
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    Nov 19, 2011 11:30 PM GMT
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    Christian73 said
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    musclmed saidwhen you conspire to block bridges and subways you break the law.

    civil protests have limits. A new yorker knows if you block bridges and subways people die.

    police and ambulances cannot pass as they need to.




    This is very true. The Protesters have every right to lead a peaceful protest on public property, but when they start interferring with other peoples rights then the police need to get involved.


    I work in Manhattan and live a mile outside of it. There has been no disruption of services caused by OWS. So you're either a liar or you've been duped by liars. icon_rolleyes.gif


    Be thankful you live in Brooklyn away from all that trash.


    They are not trash. They are American citizens protesting the capture of their democracy by corporate interests.