Drinking coffee while black: Ohio cop stops black man strolling down the street –then slams him into wall

  • NyRuinz

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    Mar 06, 2016 8:25 PM GMT
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  • smegnificient

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    Mar 06, 2016 9:01 PM GMT
    100% sure muchmorethanmuscle, undercoverman or Radd will find a way to justify the cop's behaviour
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    Mar 06, 2016 9:45 PM GMT
    result of black lives matter icon_rolleyes.gif

    a hysterical dummy walking on a red light across the street, God knows what he did before and cop is '' harassing ''him and he starts harassing the cop calling him pig and yelling


    what a joke, is this what society has become to?
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    Mar 07, 2016 1:21 AM GMT
    Why can't niggers just stop being niggers????

    Blacks will find anything to bitch about....
  • bro4bro

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    Mar 07, 2016 1:24 AM GMT
    So, is this guy clairvoyant or what? Somehow he was talking about being hassled by the cops before he was even hassled. Unless... something else happened before he started recording, and he didn't tell us about it. Hmm...

    Fact is, police officers have never had any patience for belligerent attitudes, no matter what color you are. Back in the 60s and early 70s, a lot of lily white hippies got their heads beaten in for acting the exact same way - and saying the exact same things. They claimed they were hassled because of the length of their hair (drinking coffee while ponytailed?) but somehow, when they learned not to act so belligerent to the cops, the beatings stopped.

    These days, white folk never get hassled by the police. They don't call cops "pigs" and they don't argue and repetitively scream "You are violating my constitutional rights". They just politely say, "Don't tase me, bro."
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    I do find it interesting the 'cop on a bicycle', the cop asking 'you got a problem'?

    We don't know what happened, if anything, before he started recording, after getting his coffee. He must have been aware of the police on bike after getting his coffee. Is this the reason he started recording in the first place?
    His phone kind of appears to be attached to a selfie stick

    Many people use these, popular with on line video uploading


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  • highforthis

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    Mar 07, 2016 2:52 AM GMT
    Not surprisingly, that cop was placed on administrative leave in the past, involving another black man, when he and a few other cops clubbed the guy to death.

    Ah America...
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    Mar 08, 2016 12:37 AM GMT
    "...I know this. I got fo'teen years in the fuckin' penitentiary."

    Say no more.
  • theonewhoknoc...

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    Mar 08, 2016 12:40 AM GMT
    smegnificient said100% sure muchmorethanmuscle, undercoverman or Radd will find a way to justify the cop's behaviour
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    theonewhoknocks said
    smegnificient said100% sure muchmorethanmuscle, undercoverman or Radd will find a way to justify the cop's behaviour
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    lol @ the hidden font colour


    Interesting that there were others here who questioned the motives of the fine upstanding citizen who just so happened to be making a video about harassment while a cop was around. There is no footage of what happened prior to the start of his video, but it's obvious he provoked it.

    Note: I justified nothing. I only highlighted something the "victim" said.
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    Mar 08, 2016 1:27 AM GMT
    UndercoverMan said
    theonewhoknocks said
    smegnificient said100% sure muchmorethanmuscle, undercoverman or Radd will find a way to justify the cop's behaviour
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    lol @ the hidden font colour


    Interesting that there were others here who questioned the motives of the fine upstanding citizen who just so happened to be making a video about harassment while a cop was around. There is no footage of what happened prior to the start of his video, but it's obvious he provoked it.

    Note: I justified nothing. I only highlighted something the "victim" said.


    If you ask a Confederate flag guy what he thought of slavery, and he answers "Many of them were loyal and loved their masters, say no more", where do you think he stands on slavery? icon_lol.gif

    Anyway he got ticketed for jaywalking... who even gets ticketed for that!?
  • roadbikeRob

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    Mar 08, 2016 1:37 AM GMT
    bro4bro saidSo, is this guy clairvoyant or what? Somehow he was talking about being hassled by the cops before he was even hassled. Unless... something else happened before he started recording, and he didn't tell us about it. Hmm...

    Fact is, police officers have never had any patience for belligerent attitudes, no matter what color you are. Back in the 60s and early 70s, a lot of lily white hippies got their heads beaten in for acting the exact same way - and saying the exact same things. They claimed they were hassled because of the length of their hair (drinking coffee while ponytailed?) but somehow, when they learned not to act so belligerent to the cops, the beatings stopped.

    These days, white folk never get hassled by the police. They don't call cops "pigs" and they don't argue and repetitively scream "You are violating my constitutional rights". They just politely say, "Don't tase me, bro."
    Some of these cops have forgotten that they are public servants who are fully accountable for all their actions. As for belligerent attitudes, too damn bad. That is part of dealing with the general public. If a cop is that intolerant of a belligerent attitude, than probably it is time for him to find another line of work. It is that plain, pure, and simple. It is time to demilitarize the police.
  • whytehot

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    Mar 08, 2016 1:39 AM GMT
    Interesting how every time some incident of obvious police brutality (notwithstanding the victim's role in escalating it) is condemned by the rest of the civilized world, it's always RJ that's a safe haven for our favorite gay white nationalists rolleyes.gif
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    Mar 08, 2016 2:48 AM GMT
    you_know_its_true said
    UndercoverMan said
    theonewhoknocks said
    smegnificient said


    ..,

    Anyway he got ticketed for jaywalking... who even gets ticketed for that!?


    From a quick internet search it seem they're handed out with some frequency.

    It's quite obvious this was orchestrated by the "victim."
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    Mar 08, 2016 3:57 AM GMT
    MuchMoreThanMuscle said
    UndercoverMan said
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    smegnificient blathered his usual bullshit100% sure muchmorethanmuscle, undercoverman or Radd will find a way to justify the cop's behaviour
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    Note: I justified nothing. I only highlighted something the "victim" said.


    Why are you even deigning these regressive leftists with a response at all, UndercoverMan?
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    It's entertaining, even better than cable.
  • bro4bro

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    Mar 08, 2016 4:09 AM GMT
    roadbikeRob said
    bro4bro saidSo, is this guy clairvoyant or what? Somehow he was talking about being hassled by the cops before he was even hassled. Unless... something else happened before he started recording, and he didn't tell us about it. Hmm...

    Fact is, police officers have never had any patience for belligerent attitudes, no matter what color you are. Back in the 60s and early 70s, a lot of lily white hippies got their heads beaten in for acting the exact same way - and saying the exact same things. They claimed they were hassled because of the length of their hair (drinking coffee while ponytailed?) but somehow, when they learned not to act so belligerent to the cops, the beatings stopped.

    These days, white folk never get hassled by the police. They don't call cops "pigs" and they don't argue and repetitively scream "You are violating my constitutional rights". They just politely say, "Don't tase me, bro."
    Some of these cops have forgotten that they are public servants who are fully accountable for all their actions. As for belligerent attitudes, too damn bad. That is part of dealing with the general public. If a cop is that intolerant of a belligerent attitude, than probably it is time for him to find another line of work. It is that plain, pure, and simple. It is time to demilitarize the police.


    I am not at all condoning the cop's behavior. I think there are way too many cops out on the street who are looking for an excuse to pound somebody.

    What I'm saying is, anybody with half a brain knows it's a bad idea to antagonize a cop. No matter what color you are. If you want to get by in the world, you have to learn how to deal with reality. Grow some survival skills, for Christ's sake.
  • roadbikeRob

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    Mar 08, 2016 4:14 AM GMT
    bro4bro said
    roadbikeRob said
    bro4bro saidSo, is this guy clairvoyant or what? Somehow he was talking about being hassled by the cops before he was even hassled. Unless... something else happened before he started recording, and he didn't tell us about it. Hmm...

    Fact is, police officers have never had any patience for belligerent attitudes, no matter what color you are. Back in the 60s and early 70s, a lot of lily white hippies got their heads beaten in for acting the exact same way - and saying the exact same things. They claimed they were hassled because of the length of their hair (drinking coffee while ponytailed?) but somehow, when they learned not to act so belligerent to the cops, the beatings stopped.

    These days, white folk never get hassled by the police. They don't call cops "pigs" and they don't argue and repetitively scream "You are violating my constitutional rights". They just politely say, "Don't tase me, bro."
    Some of these cops have forgotten that they are public servants who are fully accountable for all their actions. As for belligerent attitudes, too damn bad. That is part of dealing with the general public. If a cop is that intolerant of a belligerent attitude, than probably it is time for him to find another line of work. It is that plain, pure, and simple. It is time to demilitarize the police.


    I am not at all condoning the cop's behavior. I think there are way too many cops out on the street who are looking for an excuse to pound somebody.

    What I'm saying is, anybody with half a brain knows it's a bad idea to antagonize a cop. No matter what color you are. If you want to get by in the world, you have to learn how to deal with reality. Grow some survival skills, for Christ's sake.
    This incident occurred in Cincinnati, a city whose police department has quite a bad reputation in terms of racial issues. Could there be another major riot breaking out in Cincinnati's black community in the near futureicon_question.gif
  • bro4bro

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    Mar 08, 2016 5:09 AM GMT
    I'm very familiar with Cincinnati. I went to college half an hour away. It's the town where Jerry Springer was elected mayor; where Larry Flynt was arrested for publishing pornography; where a museum director was arrested for displaying Robert Mapplethorpe's homoerotic photography.

    The city has always had a strong KKK presence. In the 1990s, they annually erected a large cross in downtown's Fountain Square each year at Christmastime. It was an embarrassment to most of the city, but still it went on, year after year.

    The rest of Ohio always considered it to be a suburb of Kentucky.
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    Mar 08, 2016 5:24 AM GMT
    • This video begins well after the man claims he was harassed, so we have absolutely no evidence if he was actually harassed or not.

    • At :59 you can clearly see evidence that the cops claim that the light now said "walk" is true because the "victim's" own camera catches the walk sign in the background.

    • Instead of cooperating with the officer he starts yelling and cursing at him.

    • At 2:18 he tells us he just spent 13 years in the penitentiary. I guess that was because he was black too. icon_confused.gif
  • jlars12

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    Mar 08, 2016 5:39 AM GMT
    Uh, the cop was following him in the video long before he crossed the street, meaning that the traffic violation was basically a post-rationalization on the cop's part for following him in the first place. Unless he basically told the cop off-camera "hey I got a kilo of cocaine in my pocket", there's no excuse for the cop to abuse his power just because a black guy is "belligerent". So glad this doesn't happen in Canada.
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    Mar 09, 2016 12:13 AM GMT
    If white people only had an inkling of the relationship between blacks and the police. Our neighborhoods are over-policed to the point that sometimes it feels like a military occupation. We are more likely to be arrested for minor incidents like jaywalking. We all look alike to eyewitnesses. We are 9 times more likely to be shot by police. We are presumed guilty until found guilty. (Why would the police stop us if we weren't doing something wrong?) We receive harsher penalties. The percentage of black men in jail is greater than the percentage in the surrounding community in every county in the USA. What would likely be an inconsequential interaction could easily end in being shot to death. For example, Ohio is an open carry state, meaning one can carry a firearm in full display legally. But a 12 year old black child playing with a toy gun was murdered by a police officer within seconds after the officer arrived on the scene. The officer began shooting before his vehicle came to a stop. Compare that to the white man who was walking down the street actually shooting people. The 911 callers were told that he had a right to carry a firearm openly. He shot to death 3 people before police responded. We're told to obey the police and take it up later with proper authorities. But there are no proper authorities. God forbid a white person accuses a black person. In McKinney, Texas, for example white people were upset that their black neighbors' children were swimming in "their" community swimming pool. Some hurled racial slurs at the black youngsters. Others called the police saying that their black neighbors were trespassing. The police swarmed the area corralling every black youngster in sight. Perhaps you have seen that video. NOT ONE WHITE PERSON WAS EVEN QUESTIONED. One white youngster actually walked up to a police officer and handed the officer a flashlight. In other words, the white youngster was brandishing a weapon and was able to get close enough to use it on the officer but the white youngster was not considered a threat. A 14 year old black girl was laying face down on the ground crying when a police officer yells "get on the fucking ground" then throws her over his head and slams her to the ground and places his revolver to back of her head as she screams "I want my mother." These black youth were in their own neighborhood doing what children do. Their white neighbors used the police as a cudgel against their black neighbors AND SUFFERED NO PENALTY. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2015_Texas_pool_party_incident
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting_of_Tamir_Rice
    https://news.vice.com/article/911-operator-allegedly-cited-open-carry-law-and-refused-to-send-cops-before-colorado-shooting-spree
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    Mar 09, 2016 12:55 AM GMT
    jimib saidOur neighborhoods are over-policed to the point that sometimes it feels like a military occupation.

    What do you think the reason is for there being so many police in your neighborhood?
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    jimib saidOur neighborhoods are over-policed to the point that sometimes it feels like a military occupation.

    What do you think the reason is for there being so many police in your neighborhood?


    In Ferguson, MO, it was determined that the police used black neighborhoods as a revenue source to keep taxes low. What do you think?
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    Mar 09, 2016 1:51 AM GMT
    smegnificient said100% sure muchmorethanmuscle, undercoverman or Radd will find a way to justify the cop's behaviour icon_lol.gif



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    Mar 09, 2016 1:54 AM GMT
    ^ I justify the cops behavior as well, definitely, that black hysterical dummy was trying to make excuses for his own vile behavior and make it a race issue like a true idiot icon_lol.gif