Gay Man Pulled From Home, Beaten By NYPD Officers Yelling “Faggot” In Horrifying Video

  • metta

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    Aug 01, 2015 2:44 PM GMT
    Gay Man Pulled From Home, Beaten By NYPD Officers Yelling “Faggot” In Horrifying Video



    http://www.newnownext.com/gay-man-pulled-from-home-beaten-by-nypd-officers-yelling-faggot-in-horrifying-video/07/2015/
  • metta

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    Aug 01, 2015 2:50 PM GMT
    “He Probably Has AIDS, the F****t!” Cops Yell Anti-Gay Slurs as they Brutally Beat Innocent Gay Man
    Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/he-aids-ft-cops-yell-anti-gay-slurs-brutally-beat-innocent-gay-man/
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    Aug 01, 2015 9:40 PM GMT
    I actually know this kid.You can't hear the officers saying anything in the video.Rather odd that someone was filming the whole thing from across the street.The police have not released any details yet.
  • 1AlanZSky

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    Aug 01, 2015 9:49 PM GMT
    Terrible and horrible if true.

    Annoying that this shows up on the right hand side: Second Hot NYPD Officer Found Shaking His Ass With Gay Pride Partygoers
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    Aug 01, 2015 10:03 PM GMT
    Yet another incident that shows how important is for cops to be mandated to wear body cams.
  • CheeseKraut

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    Aug 01, 2015 11:10 PM GMT
    Oh, how I would love to be dragged out and beaten on film. I wouldn't have to work another day of my life.

    I would milk that bitch till kingdom come came.
  • CheeseKraut

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    Aug 01, 2015 11:24 PM GMT
    Even Amsterdam isn't safe. That sacred safe place doesn't exist.
    For anyone but not for us either.

    If you want to look for a such a place you should look for "low violence" instead of high "gay friendly".
    There are lots of places where nobody ever gets attacked.
    They are just not the same places where you will find a vibrant gay community.

    It's not about the black or the gay guy. It's about the cops with the angry streak. Poor city personnel standards.
    A cop is just a dude. As god or as bad as his behavior. The controlling factor is in the hiring/firing department.

    There should be someone able and willing to say "You know what? You just don't have what it takes. We can paint pretty sentences on the sides of cars, we can have motivational classes for low achievers until our grandchildren died of old age but you will never be the kind of cop anybody wants to pay for."

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    Aug 02, 2015 12:14 AM GMT
    southbeach1500 said
    CheeseKraut saidEven Amsterdam isn't safe. That sacred safe place doesn't exist.
    For anyone but not for us either.

    If you want to look for a such a place you should look for "low violence" instead of high "gay friendly".
    There are lots of places where nobody ever gets attacked.
    They are just not the same places where you will find a vibrant gay community.

    It's not about the black or the gay guy. It's about the cops with the angry streak. Poor city personnel standards.
    A cop is just a dude. As god or as bad as his behavior. The controlling factor is in the hiring/firing department.


    Right. Yet RJ liberals regular pillory any state not in the liberal enclaves of the Northeast or West Coast as regions where gays are routinely shot on sight. It's too bad they don't have the mental faculties to actually recognize the truth.
    Well this is valid proof that the big cities, their neighboring suburbs, and the coastal beach towns are not all what they are cracked up to be by establishment liberals, democrats, and all the extremist liberal hens here on Realjock. New York City is definitely not the greatest city in the world so stifle that stupid bullshit. Neither is Washington DC, Miami, Austin, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. All six of these mentioned cities contain sizable conservative pockets of ignorance and intolerance.
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    Aug 02, 2015 12:56 AM GMT
    southbeach1500 saidAnother gay attacked in NYC, and yet so many of you cling to this notion that NYC is "safe" for gays yet those mean states like Alabama and Texas are "dangerous" for gays. How about checking in with reality. Thanks.


    NYC is getting less safe all the time. I love visiting but it's not the place for me. The Giuliani era is definitely over.

    Now the cops are sort of standing down and in fear of messing up. The consequences are not good and are creating "opportunities" for criminals.

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    Aug 02, 2015 1:52 AM GMT
    What do you expect from a city where gays and liberals voted for a:

    -Mayor who believes in and has performed conversion and for a

    -President who believes being gay is a lifestyle choice and a

    -Former Senator now Presidential candidate who accepts jewelry and money from countries which imprison and stone gays to death.

    This is the gold standard for Liberal hypocrisy.

    Speaking of gold and hypocrisy, here's Hillary (champion of the middle class and poor) with campaign contributor Lloyd Blankfein of Goldman Sachs:

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    Lets not forget Presidential and Mayoral Advisor Al Sharpton:




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    Aug 02, 2015 2:03 AM GMT
    Strange how the usual suspects here are trying to shift this to "Liberals" when the perpetrators are rogue police. I guess they don't see ingrained police culture as the problem. Not surprising. It's not part of the talking points they were given by their Right Wing controllers.
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    Aug 02, 2015 2:10 AM GMT
    mx5guynj saidWhat do you expect from a city where gays and liberals voted for a:...

    Cue endless troll bullshit sequence posted in nearly every thread.


    Goddamn it, fuck off you right-wing hack. Name a Republican who supports gays. I'll name 480 for every one you name. Go on, show us how Republicans are the party of tolerance.
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    Aug 02, 2015 2:18 AM GMT
    WTF has Hillary and liberal politicians got to do with madmen cops beating up a gay guy???
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    Aug 02, 2015 2:21 AM GMT
    mickeytopogigio said
    mx5guynj saidWhat do you expect from a city where gays and liberals voted for a:...

    Cue endless troll bullshit sequence posted in nearly every thread.


    Goddamn it, fuck off you right-wing hack. Name a Republican who supports gays. I'll name 480 for every one you name. Go on, show us how Republicans are the party of tolerance.


    Sen Rob Portman

    Now your turn to name 480.
  • Apparition

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    Aug 02, 2015 2:52 AM GMT
    Shouldnt the more important comment be, "Hey, let's cut the police budget by 50%, we really don't need 4 fat guys answering noise bylaw complaints when one or at most 2 will do?" I mean really, a guy in medical gear, and a known homosexual, requires 4 guys who just happen to be standing around waiting in the middle of the day for a bit of yelling that they didnt even hear because it ended an hour ago? And further, they have nobody in the intervening hour when 911 is called, but then an hour later they have FOUR guys with nothing to do?
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    Aug 02, 2015 2:54 AM GMT
    Rob Portman's son is gay, so that has a little something to do with it. Conservatives tend to be supportive of a cause when their family or personal interest is involved.

    With that said, this story has nothing to do with politics and everything to do with cops being out of control. This man should sue, it's absolutely unacceptable for the police to attack someone like this. It's thuggish behavior.
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    Aug 02, 2015 3:16 AM GMT
    These kinda people, cops, whose jobs are supposed to protect people and the safety of the neighborhood, abuse their so called power and they wonder why public have certain amount of disdain towards them. This is why. And they have these "rules" to never rat on fellow cops, doesn't matter what they done, they will stick together, or so that's what I've heard.

    If that guy is innocent, then I feel bad for him.
    But the only thing that I can learn from this, is just to remind myself that sometimes there are people who's in a position of power and they use that to abuse you, whether the power is their job credential, or even maybe just of physical strength, which in this case, there are both since there are four big men that you definitely cannot fight back because basically they're cops.
    And I also I can remind myself, that I believe in karma. That there will be justice that shall be brought upon you for everything that you've done and everything that's done to you. In that way, if I was in that man's position, that will probably help me to deal with that incident, even though the justice will probably be never seen with the prosecution of this incident and those cops, then the justice will come to you in other form. Other form that you might not be able to imagine. I really do believe that. Otherwise, then life would be just too cruel.

    I get a bit sentimental about this because I know someone who was abused by the police, and when he told me his story I felt really bad for him. And the karma stuff was something that I said to comfort him. I did believe that. And still do.
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    Aug 02, 2015 3:19 AM GMT
    Apparition saidShouldnt the more important comment be, "Hey, let's cut the police budget by 50%, we really don't need 4 fat guys answering noise bylaw complaints when one or at most 2 will do?" I mean really, a guy in medical gear, and a known homosexual, requires 4 guys who just happen to be standing around waiting in the middle of the day for a bit of yelling that they didnt even hear because it ended an hour ago? And further, they have nobody in the intervening hour when 911 is called, but then an hour later they have FOUR guys with nothing to do?


    Yep, or the smaller city I used to live where the cops are sitting two to a car running lidar on a residential street at 3:00am where there's a car coming by maybe every 30 minutes or so. And then we wonder why our property taxes are so high.

    Or within 1 minute of driving back into this town you can guarantee you'll see someone pulled over for some chicken shit minor violation. Hell, the only person ever shot and killed by cops in this town was over a burned out brake light. Happened right in front of my gym, which is the in the City of Columbus, not the suburb i'm talking about. It was a white cop and a white motorist so you didn't hear much about it on the news outside of our local news.
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    Aug 02, 2015 3:21 AM GMT
    James_Thunder_Early saidRob Portman's son is gay, so that has a little something to do with it. Conservatives tend to be supportive of a cause when their family or personal interest is involved.

    With that said, this story has nothing to do with politics and everything to do with cops being out of control. This man should sue, it's absolutely unacceptable for the police to attack someone like this. It's thuggish behavior.


    Yeah, my response had everything to do with:

    "Name a Republican who supports gays. I'll name 480 for every one you name"

    So I did and I'm now waiting for his 480.
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    Aug 02, 2015 3:23 AM GMT
    Ronar2 saidThese kinda people, cops, whose jobs are supposed to protect people and the safety of the neighborhood, abuse their so called power and they wonder why public have certain amount of disdain towards them. This is why. And they have these "rules" to never rat on fellow cops, doesn't matter what they done, they will stick together, or so that's what I've heard.

    If that guy is innocent, then I feel bad for him.
    But the only thing that I can learn from this, is just to remind myself that sometimes there are people who's in a position of power and they use that to abuse you, whether the power is their job credential, or even maybe just of physical strength, which in this case, there are both since there are four big men that you definitely cannot fight back because basically they're cops.
    And I also I can remind myself, that I believe in karma. That there will be justice that shall be brought upon you for everything that you've done and everything that's done to you. In that way, if I was in that man's position, that will probably help me to deal with that incident, even though the justice will probably be never seen with the prosecution of this incident and those cops, then the justice will come to you in other form. Other form that you might not be able to imagine. I really do believe that. Otherwise, then life would be just too cruel.

    I get a bit sentimental about this because I know someone who was abused by the police, and when he told me his story I felt really bad for him. And the karma stuff was something that I said to comfort him. I did believe that. And still do.


    "certain amount of disdain towards them"

    The understatement of the week.
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    Aug 02, 2015 3:24 AM GMT
    CheeseKraut saidOh, how I would love to be dragged out and beaten on film. I wouldn't have to work another day of my life.

    I would milk that bitch till kingdom come came.

    Hmmm ... that's if you live
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    Aug 02, 2015 3:29 AM GMT
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    freedomisntfree said
    James_Thunder_Early saidRob Portman's son is gay, so that has a little something to do with it. Conservatives tend to be supportive of a cause when their family or personal interest is involved.

    With that said, this story has nothing to do with politics and everything to do with cops being out of control. This man should sue, it's absolutely unacceptable for the police to attack someone like this. It's thuggish behavior.


    Yeah, my response had everything to do with:

    "Name a Republican who supports gays. I'll name 480 for every one you name"

    So I did and I'm now waiting for his 480.


    Oh, let's up the ante a bit. My representative to Congress, Ileana Ros-Lehtinen. So now we're up to 960 that the perpetually angry liberal needs to come up with.



    He truly is a rollicking tantrum in virtually every post.
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    Aug 02, 2015 5:25 AM GMT
    How is the Repukes come on, en mass, to make every subject a "Liberalism is the Problem" issue?

    Do we know what the policeman's affiliation is? No I didn't think so. Everything else is stupid posturing.

    If we had any moderation on here, subjects should to be kept on track. And deleted if they take their usual off subject spit balling 9especially political or defamatory) they should be deleted.

    I am volunteering BTW!


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    Aug 02, 2015 5:35 AM GMT
    The affiliation doesn't matter, but police unions can often lean more conservative rather than liberal in many instances. Anyway, that doesn't have anything to do with this story at all. Not everything is about blaming liberals.
  • CuriousJockAZ

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    Aug 02, 2015 5:39 AM GMT
    Maybe it's just me, but it seemed like the mom was standing in the doorway not the least upset that the cops were man-handling the son. Maybe there is more to the story.