America seems like a fun place to be a gay cop

  • theonewhoknoc...

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    May 22, 2016 3:07 AM GMT
    I was reading up on Wentworth Miller - who is now gay - and, wondering in hindsight whether he secretly enjoyed that scene in Prison Break where he had a cavity search, I googled the subject and came across this instead:


    "The end of 2013 brought a measure of closure to a long-running Milwaukee police scandal, though some say the officer — and his cohorts — who repeatedly and illegally shoved his fingers up black male suspects’ anal cavities..."

    http://dailycaller.com/2013/12/29/judge-hands-down-unbelievably-lenient-sentence-for-cop-who-fingered-suspects-anuses/
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    May 22, 2016 3:26 AM GMT
    Of course the victims were all black. Anyone else would know their rights and cry bloody murder at what amounts to roadside rape; whereas these people have been conditioned over the generations to always comply for fear of getting shot.
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    May 22, 2016 4:53 PM GMT
    "Vagnini rarely used gloves when he probed their anuses, the victims contend."

    Oh, he's just nasty!

    OP, all you can say about this story is that it must be fun to be a gay cop in America? As a gay man, I find that offensive. That sounds like something someone bigoted against gay people would say.
  • smegnificient

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    May 22, 2016 6:03 PM GMT
    ^^OP has a rape fetish if you've seen any of his drawings.

    This reminds of me the case of Daniel Holtzclaw the cop who targeted black women with criminal records, knowing that their rape allegations will have little credibility. He got 263 years in prison, compared to 2 years for this guy. I guess it's still not as big a deal to rape men.

    America is a truly disgusting place sometimes. It's always those who don't have a voice who get completely violated by the system. Here, a woman in court for a routine divorce proceeding gets molested during a random "drug search" by a court marshall, and as she complains to the judge about it she gets arrested by the same court marshall for "making false accusations" - a charge that doesn't even exist - not that the judge cares because she is busy distracting the victim's 3 year old. Everyone in the video is fired, but no one got jail time, except for the victim, who went to prison for 2 months after they changed the charge to "disorderly conduct".

  • theonewhoknoc...

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    May 25, 2016 12:27 AM GMT
    Ok i'll admit that the idea of some totally-ripped thug under threat of arrest letting me shove my nightstick up his bubble butt asshole on the side of the highway does turn me on icon_twisted.gif
  • ANTiSociaLiNJ...

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    May 26, 2016 1:18 AM GMT
    smegnificient said

    America is a truly disgusting place sometimes. It's always those who don't have a voice who get completely violated by the system.


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    If America were truly so disgusting we wouldn't have so many illegal immigrants so eager to abandon their own country to come live in America. If you think living here is so below your standards try living in many parts of the world where people would sell a kidney for American citizenship. The US of A isn't perfect and people from all walks of life and from all corners of the globe do disgusting things. But that's the dark side of human nature. That's not an acceptable reason to dismiss an entire nation. Only a pretentious "American social justice warrior" would refuse to make a more educated distinction.