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Link Posted: 10/4/2013 8:57:26 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/4/2013 8:58:25 PM EDT by ColtXM177]
Oy, in on 2.



ETA: LOL.....3
Link Posted: 10/4/2013 10:46:27 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By suntex01:
Doesn't anyone have problem with the fact that the Bloomberg police received over 200 911 calls about the gang. <= I'm quoting the commissioner himself.
But not one cop car showed up to do something before the gang started doing stupid Sh*t and things got out of hand?

I'm glad I don't live in NYC...Nice job Bloomberg! Keep up with your anti-gun crusade and we'll see how that goes.
Incompetent police commissioner, even let the thug punching the car window go...stating he was trying to help the wife and kids.

Say, Wouldn't pulling the fellow biker away from the SUV be more helpful? I don't see how punching car window would help...
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Hi suntex01, welcome to arfcom.
The response times for the west side hwy are pretty slow. I live several blocks south of where the initial collision occurred. My living room and terrace face the highway, and I often hear collisions late at night (mostly weekends, i.e. drunks), look out the window and call 911. It usually take 10 min. or so before emergency vehicles start showing up. And thats late at night, with almost no cars on the road.

Regarding the biker who punched the driver's side rear window, it has been suggested here that he probably rolled on his buddies in exchange for not being charged.

As for "trying to help", I believe you are talking about the atty for the guy who got paralyzed, Jay MeeZee, she claimed he was trying to help the downed biker at the orig. collision scene, not trying to assault Mr. Lien. Mr. MeeZee has a criminal record going back 20 years, (he's only 30-something, IIRC) so I'd take that with a grain of salt.
Link Posted: 10/4/2013 11:12:07 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By phb1gt:
Just saw on my local news, there were 5 NYPD cops in the group of bikers, and "several" corrections officers. 2 of them were off-duty detectives, who witnessed the beating in wash. hgts., and did not attempt to stop it.

Also, Mr helmet-smash, Reginald Chance, just turned himself in to the 33rd pct.
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I read the same thing, somewhere. Let me look through my cache, and see if I can find the link to that story.
Link Posted: 10/5/2013 2:16:06 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By phb1gt:
Just saw on my local news, there were 5 NYPD cops in the group of bikers, and "several" corrections officers. 2 of them were off-duty detectives, who witnessed the beating in wash. hgts., and did not attempt to stop it.
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Not surprising.
Link Posted: 10/5/2013 2:17:55 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By suntex01:
Doesn't anyone have problem with the fact that the Bloomberg police received over 200 911 calls about the gang. <= I'm quoting the commissioner himself.
But not one cop car showed up to do something before the gang started doing stupid Sh*t and things got out of hand?
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Cops had already received calls about the group and made arrests earlier that day. They also seized 55 bikes that day.
Link Posted: 10/5/2013 2:25:20 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By Extorris:

Not surprising.
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Originally Posted By Extorris:
Originally Posted By phb1gt:
Just saw on my local news, there were 5 NYPD cops in the group of bikers, and "several" corrections officers. 2 of them were off-duty detectives, who witnessed the beating in wash. hgts., and did not attempt to stop it.

Not surprising.



It just seems so obvious that, if you hang out w/ dudes like this, and SHTF, even if you're totally innocent of any wrong-doing, your name is still gonna get dragged through the papers. It just seems like a really Bad Idea to expose yourself to that kind of scrutiny unnecessarily.
Link Posted: 10/5/2013 2:25:37 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By Aimless:
If he was undercover that day he would not have been off duty, would have done something, calling in back up and he would not have waited three days to inform his superiors. Thug biker cop, fessed up when he got scared he would be IDed.
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Originally Posted By Aimless:
Originally Posted By Citadel-SC:
Off duty participants, bystanders, or undercover agents is the question to be answered. If they are members of these criminal gangs, they should be fired or even charged appropriately.

These are not exactly happy go lucky motorcycle clubs.

I love this part:

"He didn’t want to blow his cover,” said the source — though the cop was not investigating the group of bikers.

Yea riiiiight asshole.

If he was really an undercover cop on duty, as one would be in such a situation, then he should of intervened. But I am going to guess he wasn't.
If he was undercover that day he would not have been off duty, would have done something, calling in back up and he would not have waited three days to inform his superiors. Thug biker cop, fessed up when he got scared he would be IDed.



Holding breath until he's charged.......


Link Posted: 10/5/2013 3:02:44 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By phb1gt:

It just seems so obvious that, if you hang out w/ dudes like this, and SHTF, even if you're totally innocent of any wrong-doing, your name is still gonna get dragged through the papers. It just seems like a really Bad Idea to expose yourself to that kind of scrutiny unnecessarily.
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Originally Posted By phb1gt:
Originally Posted By Extorris:
Originally Posted By phb1gt:
Just saw on my local news, there were 5 NYPD cops in the group of bikers, and "several" corrections officers. 2 of them were off-duty detectives, who witnessed the beating in wash. hgts., and did not attempt to stop it.

Not surprising.

It just seems so obvious that, if you hang out w/ dudes like this, and SHTF, even if you're totally innocent of any wrong-doing, your name is still gonna get dragged through the papers. It just seems like a really Bad Idea to expose yourself to that kind of scrutiny unnecessarily.

I meant that they didn't get involved. NYPD doesn't have the best track record for how it treats officers who get involved off-duty. They shouldn't be surprised that the cops didn't help.
Link Posted: 10/5/2013 3:07:15 AM EDT
The unidentified officer waited three days to come forward Wednesday night. He has been placed on modified duty and turned in his gun and badge on Friday, the sources said.

http://nypost.com/2013/10/04/undercover-cop-stood-by-as-bikers-beat-dad/
Link Posted: 10/5/2013 3:17:03 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By flash556:
The unidentified officer waited three days to come forward Wednesday night. He has been placed on modified duty and turned in his gun and badge on Friday, the sources said.

http://nypost.com/2013/10/04/undercover-cop-stood-by-as-bikers-beat-dad/
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The waiting 3 days part and not calling 911 is what will sink him. Just like the cops in the Paul Heidelberger incident years ago.
Link Posted: 10/5/2013 3:45:09 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By azjeeper:


Cops have told me they're never really off duty.
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Originally Posted By Danj:
Huh? Shouldn't it read "off duty NYPD?"

I thought MOS were told not to get involved and be a good witness when off duty.


Cops have told me they're never really off duty.
They only say that when they are already going to fuck with you, or want to use "I am a cop do as I say" in social situations.
Link Posted: 10/5/2013 3:50:10 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By Aimless:
If he was undercover that day he would not have been off duty, would have done something, calling in back up and he would not have waited three days to inform his superiors. Thug biker cop, fessed up when he got scared he would be IDed.
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Originally Posted By Aimless:
Originally Posted By Citadel-SC:
Off duty participants, bystanders, or undercover agents is the question to be answered. If they are members of these criminal gangs, they should be fired or even charged appropriately.

These are not exactly happy go lucky motorcycle clubs.

I love this part:

"He didn’t want to blow his cover,” said the source — though the cop was not investigating the group of bikers.

Yea riiiiight asshole.

If he was really an undercover cop on duty, as one would be in such a situation, then he should of intervened. But I am going to guess he wasn't.
If he was undercover that day he would not have been off duty, would have done something, calling in back up and he would not have waited three days to inform his superiors. Thug biker cop, fessed up when he got scared he would be IDed.
Doesn't it seem like a bad idea to be doing that kind of thing in the first place? I mean, specially, a badder idea on a bad idea as a police officer?

There's no moral turpitude clauses? They can be hookers, drunks, drug users, child pornographers in their spare time as long as it's off duty?

While I'd say they probably didn't commit a crime. The NYPD doesn't need THIS type of shit slung on them when they were already well covered in regular mud over the incident.
Link Posted: 10/5/2013 3:55:46 AM EDT
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5 off-duty officers among bikers in SUV incident

NEW YORK (WABC) -- Eyewitness News has learned that among the bikers on the Henry Hudson last weekend, were five off-duty NYPD officers.

Sources say at least two detectives witnessed the attack on Alexian Lien and did not directly intervene. And investigators are still working to determine what role, if any, was played by the other three officers.
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And detectives are also investigating reports that several others in the group may have been off-duty New York City correction officers.
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http://abclocal.go.com/wabc/story?section=news/local/new_york&id=9274018


Police released the picture of the man seen here, who is wanted for questioning.
Link Posted: 10/5/2013 4:01:53 AM EDT
Meanwhile.....

Off-duty NYPD cop drunk when his SUV kills pedestrian on Staten Island, police say

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- An off-duty cop who authorities say mowed down a pedestrian in Mariners Harbor in his SUV Friday morning faces charges of second-degree vehicular manslaughter and drunken driving.

Officer Joseph McClean, 29, of South Beach, assigned to the 121st Precinct, was arraigned Friday afternoon in Stapleton Criminal Court.
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The officer traveled a few more feet before stopping the car; he fled the scene in his vehicle but returned within a half-hour, the source said.
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According to the source, McClean told police, "I'm coming from my girl's place."

When police asked him if he had been drinking, McClean responded, "I'm not talking about that without my [PBA] rep," the source said.
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http://www.silive.com/news/index.ssf/2013/10/off-duty_cop_drunk_when_his_su.html

http://www.silive.com/news/index.ssf/2013/10/off-duty_cop_drunk_when_his_su.html
Link Posted: 10/5/2013 4:02:03 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By DuraToTheMax:

Actually, quite a few unfit to be trusted with the power of arrest are weeded out through the hiring process. Though some inevitably squeak through, the percentage of scumbags in LE is far lower than in the general public.
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Originally Posted By DuraToTheMax:
Originally Posted By Palm:
Folks need to realize the the rank and file of the LEO Comunity is a cross section of the American public. There are good honest cops and there are those that are rotten to the cops. The brother of the badge BS only serves to compound the problem with dirty cops.

Actually, quite a few unfit to be trusted with the power of arrest are weeded out through the hiring process. Though some inevitably squeak through, the percentage of scumbags in LE is far lower than in the general public.






Your assertion does not even stand to reason.

That is like saying politicians are more honest and trustworthy and tell less lies than the "general public".

Or teachers are more intelligent.




Too much!

Link Posted: 10/5/2013 4:04:42 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By Balista:


http://abclocal.go.com/wabc/story?section=news/local/new_york&id=9274018

http://assets.nydailynews.com/polopoly_fs/1.1477065.1380958685!/img/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_635/biker-01.jpg
Police released the picture of the man seen here, who is wanted for questioning.
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Maybe they should check the break room.
Link Posted: 10/5/2013 4:08:48 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By DSAFAL:
I posted in another thread the fact that when I lived in Cali I would see real "outlaw gangs" a few times on poker runs Hells Angels/Outlaws/Bandidos
and they always just cruised around everyone and went on their ways without causing anyone problems. Like I said I have way more respect
for those guys the so called 1%r's then these sportbike idiots.And FWIW I used to ride a Kawi sportbike.
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that's because they don't want the attention if they're already involved in an illegal activity. They don't want to give LE a reason to pull them over.
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Originally Posted By Balista:
Meanwhile.....

Off-duty NYPD cop drunk when his SUV kills pedestrian on Staten Island, police say







http://www.silive.com/news/index.ssf/2013/10/off-duty_cop_drunk_when_his_su.html

http://www.silive.com/news/index.ssf/2013/10/off-duty_cop_drunk_when_his_su.html
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Originally Posted By Balista:
Meanwhile.....

Off-duty NYPD cop drunk when his SUV kills pedestrian on Staten Island, police say

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- An off-duty cop who authorities say mowed down a pedestrian in Mariners Harbor in his SUV Friday morning faces charges of second-degree vehicular manslaughter and drunken driving.

Officer Joseph McClean, 29, of South Beach, assigned to the 121st Precinct, was arraigned Friday afternoon in Stapleton Criminal Court.


The officer traveled a few more feet before stopping the car; he fled the scene in his vehicle but returned within a half-hour, the source said.


According to the source, McClean told police, "I'm coming from my girl's place."

When police asked him if he had been drinking, McClean responded, "I'm not talking about that without my [PBA] rep," the source said.


http://www.silive.com/news/index.ssf/2013/10/off-duty_cop_drunk_when_his_su.html

http://www.silive.com/news/index.ssf/2013/10/off-duty_cop_drunk_when_his_su.html

fender bender DUI cops walk....fatal accident different story...
Link Posted: 10/5/2013 4:13:40 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By Balista:
When police asked him if he had been drinking, McClean responded, "I'm not talking about that without my [PBA] rep," the source said.

Smart move.
Link Posted: 10/5/2013 6:50:31 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By Aimless:
Did you read the article? He was off duty and did not tell work about it for three days. He was not involved in an investigation, he was scooting around with turds on his day off.
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Yeah I'm not buying the "He was undercover" story. If he was undercover he would of had numerous supervisors who would of known where he was and known about about the incident immediately.
He might be a UC detective but I highly doubt he was working that day.
Link Posted: 10/5/2013 6:57:28 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By AJE:


Is that an actual charge or are you just inventing laws?
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Originally Posted By Disintegr8or:
Charge that coward with gang assault.


Is that an actual charge or are you just inventing laws?
It is probably somewhere in the 300,000+ pages o the Obamacare spider web. I'm sure the IRS will contact him to collect for the injuries.
Link Posted: 10/5/2013 6:58:24 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By Extorris:

Yeah I'm not buying the "He was undercover" story. If he was undercover he would of had numerous supervisors who would of known where he was and known about about the incident immediately.
He might be a UC detective but I highly doubt he was working that day.
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Originally Posted By Extorris:
Originally Posted By Aimless:
Did you read the article? He was off duty and did not tell work about it for three days. He was not involved in an investigation, he was scooting around with turds on his day off.

Yeah I'm not buying the "He was undercover" story. If he was undercover he would of had numerous supervisors who would of known where he was and known about about the incident immediately.
He might be a UC detective but I highly doubt he was working that day.
Well, let's face it, with hiring standards being what they are, there's no shortage of perps with badges these days.
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Originally Posted By 44Regular:



I wonder what the officers would have done to Range Rover guy if he had used his handgun to protect his family. Stand idly by or mag dump his ass?
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Originally Posted By 44Regular:
Originally Posted By ftlaudmike:
Originally Posted By Lord_Grey_Boots:
It's been explained what happens to off duty NYPD officers if they choose to engage. Saving the driver from serious injury would be irrelevant, he would have exposed the city to liability by taking unauthorized action against the highwaymen.

This, fuck that noise



I wonder what the officers would have done to Range Rover guy if he had used his handgun to protect his family. Stand idly by or mag dump his ass?
He would have done something i they had a family dog.



Link Posted: 10/5/2013 7:09:20 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By Aimless:
I rode sport bikes too, this is the black version of Pagans, Hells Angels, Vandals etc, not a bunch of fun loving guys out for a toot on their bikes.
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Originally Posted By Aimless:
Originally Posted By DSAFAL:
don't lump all of us with them and hide behind the fact you use'ta had a bike a while ago.


Not lumping anyone together or "hiding" behind the fact that I rode a bike.These guys were thugs plain and simple out to stir up shit
on a public roadway endangering folks with their "stunts"Most of their bikes/riders were seemingly unlicensed
or flat out not street legal like the quads and dirtbikes etc. the guy that was run over dressing up like the joker makeup and all in the one
pic that was posted doesnst help his cause much..why are any legitimate sport bikers so sensitive about these idiots?
I rode sport bikes too, this is the black version of Pagans, Hells Angels, Vandals etc, not a bunch of fun loving guys out for a toot on their bikes.
For some reason I can't imagine you on a motor bike


Link Posted: 10/5/2013 7:16:41 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By runcible:
Well, let's face it, with hiring standards being what they are, there's no shortage of perps with badges these days.
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Originally Posted By runcible:
Originally Posted By Extorris:
Originally Posted By Aimless:
Did you read the article? He was off duty and did not tell work about it for three days. He was not involved in an investigation, he was scooting around with turds on his day off.

Yeah I'm not buying the "He was undercover" story. If he was undercover he would of had numerous supervisors who would of known where he was and known about about the incident immediately.
He might be a UC detective but I highly doubt he was working that day.
Well, let's face it, with hiring standards being what they are, there's no shortage of perps with badges these days.

At least 5 guys from just our old precinct belong to clubs like this.
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Originally Posted By NoloContendere:

Hey man, I'm on your side. Just tell me what happened. I want to help you.
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Originally Posted By Extorris:
Originally Posted By Balista:
When police asked him if he had been drinking, McClean responded, "I'm not talking about that without my [PBA] rep," the source said.

Smart move.

Hey man, I'm on your side. Just tell me what happened. I want to help you.

You want to talk? Talk to my lawyer.
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Wow. Not much difference between the cops and the criminals in NYC it seems.

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Wow. Not much difference between the cops and the criminals in NYC it seems.
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Who would of thought that would happen when you have the lowest standards.
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Originally Posted By RR_Broccoli:
They only say that when they are already going to fuck with you, or want to use "I am a cop do as I say" in social situations.
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Originally Posted By RR_Broccoli:
Originally Posted By azjeeper:
Originally Posted By Danj:
Huh? Shouldn't it read "off duty NYPD?"

I thought MOS were told not to get involved and be a good witness when off duty.


Cops have told me they're never really off duty.
They only say that when they are already going to fuck with you, or want to use "I am a cop do as I say" in social situations.


Off duty cop witnesses a little old lady getting slapped around and mugged, minds his own business or calls 911 and watches the crime play out?
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Off duty cop witnesses a little old lady getting slapped around and mugged, minds his own business or calls 911 and watches the crime play out?
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Originally Posted By azjeeper:
Originally Posted By RR_Broccoli:
Originally Posted By azjeeper:
Originally Posted By Danj:
Huh? Shouldn't it read "off duty NYPD?"

I thought MOS were told not to get involved and be a good witness when off duty.


Cops have told me they're never really off duty.
They only say that when they are already going to fuck with you, or want to use "I am a cop do as I say" in social situations.


Off duty cop witnesses a little old lady getting slapped around and mugged, minds his own business or calls 911 and watches the crime play out?
Well, let's see... what happened the last time an off-duty cop intervened when an old lady was being mugged?

The outcome of previous incidents will likely dictate how the incident in your scenario plays out.
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Originally Posted By runcible:
Well, let's see... what happened the last time an off-duty cop intervened when an old lady was being mugged?
The outcome of previous incidents will likely dictate how the incident in your scenario plays out.
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Originally Posted By runcible:
Originally Posted By azjeeper:
Originally Posted By RR_Broccoli:
Originally Posted By azjeeper:
Originally Posted By Danj:
Huh? Shouldn't it read "off duty NYPD?"
I thought MOS were told not to get involved and be a good witness when off duty.

Cops have told me they're never really off duty.
They only say that when they are already going to fuck with you, or want to use "I am a cop do as I say" in social situations.

Off duty cop witnesses a little old lady getting slapped around and mugged, minds his own business or calls 911 and watches the crime play out?
Well, let's see... what happened the last time an off-duty cop intervened when an old lady was being mugged?
The outcome of previous incidents will likely dictate how the incident in your scenario plays out.

Considering that a cop I worked with caught shit from the department for stopping an attempted double homicide off-duty, I know how I'd handle it.
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Originally Posted By Extorris:

Who would of thought that would happen when you have the lowest standards.
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Originally Posted By happycynic:
Wow. Not much difference between the cops and the criminals in NYC it seems.

Who would of thought that would happen when you have the lowest standards.


Chances that they are inkies? 100%?
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Originally Posted By Screechjet1:

Chances that they are inkies? 100%?
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Originally Posted By Extorris:
Originally Posted By happycynic:
Wow. Not much difference between the cops and the criminals in NYC it seems.

Who would of thought that would happen when you have the lowest standards.

Chances that they are inkies? 100%?

Most likely.
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Originally Posted By Extorris:

Most likely.
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Originally Posted By Extorris:
Originally Posted By Screechjet1:
Originally Posted By Extorris:
Originally Posted By happycynic:
Wow. Not much difference between the cops and the criminals in NYC it seems.

Who would of thought that would happen when you have the lowest standards.

Chances that they are inkies? 100%?

Most likely.




Evacuate New York...its not worth anymore American lives.

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Originally Posted By energyman:

Your assertion does not even stand to reason.

That is like saying politicians are more honest and trustworthy and tell less lies than the "general public".

Or teachers are more intelligent.

Too much!
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Originally Posted By energyman:
Originally Posted By DuraToTheMax:
Originally Posted By Palm:
Folks need to realize the the rank and file of the LEO Comunity is a cross section of the American public. There are good honest cops and there are those that are rotten to the cops. The brother of the badge BS only serves to compound the problem with dirty cops.

Actually, quite a few unfit to be trusted with the power of arrest are weeded out through the hiring process. Though some inevitably squeak through, the percentage of scumbags in LE is far lower than in the general public.

Your assertion does not even stand to reason.

That is like saying politicians are more honest and trustworthy and tell less lies than the "general public".

Or teachers are more intelligent.

Too much!

It's not an assertion, and it's nothing like your example.
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Originally Posted By Screechjet1:
Evacuate New York...its not worth anymore American lives.
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Who said NYC was in America?
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Originally Posted By Extorris:

Considering that a cop I worked with caught shit from the department for stopping an attempted double homicide off-duty, I know how I'd handle it.
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Originally Posted By runcible:
Originally Posted By azjeeper:

Off duty cop witnesses a little old lady getting slapped around and mugged, minds his own business or calls 911 and watches the crime play out?
Well, let's see... what happened the last time an off-duty cop intervened when an old lady was being mugged?
The outcome of previous incidents will likely dictate how the incident in your scenario plays out.

Considering that a cop I worked with caught shit from the department for stopping an attempted double homicide off-duty, I know how I'd handle it.
And there you have it.
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Considering that a cop I worked with caught shit from the department for stopping an attempted double homicide off-duty, I know how I'd handle it



Jesus fuck.
Really?
I've seen off-duty NYPD cops lauded in the news, though. A couple of yrs ago a female officer stopped a robbery at a hair salon by shooting the gun out of the perp's hand, in Queens, I think?
More recently an off-duty officer tried to stop a mugging, got shot, and killed at least 1 bad guy. He got promoted to detective while still in the hospital, IIRC.
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Evacuate New York...its not worth anymore American lives.

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Originally Posted By happycynic:
Wow. Not much difference between the cops and the criminals in NYC it seems.

Who would of thought that would happen when you have the lowest standards.

Chances that they are inkies? 100%?

Most likely.




Evacuate New York...its not worth anymore American lives.

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Fuck, I thought I had more time.
I got a bag packed, can someone exfil me?
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Originally Posted By scottzilla:
lots of cops were on that ride. Don't kid yourself.
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That's Reassuring.
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familiar?


and where is the MYOB crowd
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Originally Posted By Aimless:
"Not choosing to engage" is not the same as chasing a man down at 100mph with a gang of felons. How do you think he got to the scene of the assault? He was part of the wolf pack.
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Originally Posted By Lord_Grey_Boots:
It's been explained what happens to off duty NYPD officers if they choose to engage. Saving the driver from serious injury would be irrelevant, he would have exposed the city to liability by taking unauthorized action against the highwaymen.
"Not choosing to engage" is not the same as chasing a man down at 100mph with a gang of felons. How do you think he got to the scene of the assault? He was part of the wolf pack.


They Used to Call that "Malfeasance" in the Olden Days.
(failing to act when action is required as per one's Oath of Office)
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Originally Posted By phb1gt:
I've seen off-duty NYPD cops lauded in the news, though. A couple of yrs ago a female officer stopped a robbery at a hair salon by shooting the gun out of the perp's hand, in Queens, I think?
More recently an off-duty officer tried to stop a mugging, got shot, and killed at least 1 bad guy. He got promoted to detective while still in the hospital, IIRC.
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Yeah the guy I worked with was lauded in the news too when behind the scenes the department wanted to fuck him.
Btw, that incident with the female cop happened in my precinct and the story told in the news was nowhere near reality.
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Originally Posted By JosieWales:

That's Reassuring.
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Originally Posted By scottzilla:
lots of cops were on that ride. Don't kid yourself.

That's Reassuring.

You expect more from the dept. with the lowest standards and hiring practices in the area?
Hire shit, get shit.
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Right here.
Cop should off called 911, left his info, and ridden away.
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Originally Posted By Extorris:

Yeah the guy I worked with was lauded in the news too when behind the scenes the department wanted to fuck him.
Btw, that incident with the female cop happened in my precinct and the story told in the news was nowhere near reality.
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Originally Posted By Extorris:
Originally Posted By phb1gt:
I've seen off-duty NYPD cops lauded in the news, though. A couple of yrs ago a female officer stopped a robbery at a hair salon by shooting the gun out of the perp's hand, in Queens, I think?
More recently an off-duty officer tried to stop a mugging, got shot, and killed at least 1 bad guy. He got promoted to detective while still in the hospital, IIRC.

Yeah the guy I worked with was lauded in the news too when behind the scenes the department wanted to fuck him.
Btw, that incident with the female cop happened in my precinct and the story told in the news was nowhere near reality.


Aw c'mon man, you're gonna make me ask for the story?
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Originally Posted By CrazyWhiteGuy:

Aw c'mon man, you're gonna make me ask for the story?
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Originally Posted By Extorris:
Originally Posted By phb1gt:
I've seen off-duty NYPD cops lauded in the news, though. A couple of yrs ago a female officer stopped a robbery at a hair salon by shooting the gun out of the perp's hand, in Queens, I think?
More recently an off-duty officer tried to stop a mugging, got shot, and killed at least 1 bad guy. He got promoted to detective while still in the hospital, IIRC.

Yeah the guy I worked with was lauded in the news too when behind the scenes the department wanted to fuck him.
Btw, that incident with the female cop happened in my precinct and the story told in the news was nowhere near reality.

Aw c'mon man, you're gonna make me ask for the story?

It's in the archived threads somewhere. Best part was when a member here stated I didn't know what I was talking about and I then had to inform him that I was on scene for the incident.
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Originally Posted By Extorris:

Those NYPD cops must have been good friends with this guy.

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Originally Posted By azjeeper:
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Originally Posted By azjeeper:
Originally Posted By Danj:
Huh? Shouldn't it read "off duty NYPD?"
I thought MOS were told not to get involved and be a good witness when off duty.

Cops have told me they're never really off duty.

NYPD cops?

Several, yes.
But also cops in general.

Those NYPD cops must have been good friends with this guy.

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Extorris that's great..could use some copies of that to put up where I work..
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