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Beating someone does not violate civil rights

Police in Pittsburgh beat a student after mistaking a soda bottle for a gun. The DOJ says it’s closing the investigation because it’s hard to prove just how willful the police’s actions were.

9 Responses to “Beating someone does not violate civil rights”

  1. Cargosquid Says:

    So, now they can invade your house AND beat you…..

    Ok, then.

  2. DirtCrashr Says:

    “hard to prove just how willful the policeís actions were.” So instead, the beating was just involuntary? Wtf.

  3. Chas Says:

    He’s lucky he wasn’t armed with a latte, or he might have been killed.

  4. Ted N(not the Nuge) Says:

    I’m guessing they’ll stop by later to shoot his dog.

  5. Kristopher Says:

    Pennsylvania is a carry state.

    If they had beaten him for actually carrying a gun, would they claim it wasn’t willful because they thought he had a soda bottle?

  6. RWC Says:

    “When I look at everything in this case, I’m left with no other alternative but to dismiss all charges against Jordan Miles,” the judge said.

    Well, isn’t that just fu**ing peachy.

  7. Bubblehead Les Says:

    Didn’t we just give the Pittsburgh PoPo some free training a couple of weeks ago on what a gun being Openly Carried on Civilian Clothing looks like? And it sure doesn’t look like a Soda Bottle to me!

  8. dustydog Says:

    The Constitution of the United States prohibits titles of nobility.

    Getting the job of cop, judge, or politician now confers a title of nobility.

    As usually happens in cases involving government power, the judge clearly had a conflict of interest, and should have recused himself.

  9. Vocct Says:

    In 2006 and 2007, I was victimized by a man named Diop Kamau and other associates of his with the Police Complaint Center. Since then, I’ve discovered there are hundreds of other victims of Kamau and the PCC all over the U.S. Worse, the DOJ knows about him yet does nothing–and may even be sending people to him!

    After researching the issue, I’ve posted a petition on trying to get the DOJ to shut Kamau down and protect innocent people from being victimized as I’ve been. Anything you can do to help me publicize this issue and obtain signatures on my petition would be GREATLY APPRECIATED.

    To read more about what I’m trying to do and to sign my petition, click here:

    People should not be first victimized by corrupt police officers and then again by the agency they’re sent to for help!

Remember, I do this to entertain me, not you.

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