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    At least 13 cops from eight states attended the riot and are under investigation for their alleged roles in the unrest including a police chief. Many former cops joined the mob, too; a retired Oakland officer who rioted told local media that the insurrectionists would accept the legal consequences of their actions if “the Democrats who committed fraud take the criminal charges of treason.” A former North Miami Beach officer even livestreamed from inside the Capitol, telling his viewers, “The people give the power. And we’re here to take it back.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    At least 13 cops from eight states attended the riot and are under investigation for their alleged roles in the unrest including a police chief. Many former cops joined the mob, too; a retired Oakland officer who rioted told local media that the insurrectionists would accept the legal consequences of their actions if “the Democrats who committed fraud take the criminal charges of treason.” A former North Miami Beach officer even livestreamed from inside the Capitol, telling his viewers, “The people give the power. And we’re here to take it back.”
    What’s your point. BLM marches were attended by state attorney prosecutors, public defenders, actors, pro athletes, and police officers as well.

    If the people whom you identify are directly responsible for the tragic deaths of anyone or if are identified for being personally responsible for property damage or physical harm but if not then they are just as much participants and not liable just like all the other folks who participated in rallies and marches. It’s just an easy and biased narrative for radicals to push. We have first amendment rights as well and are not robots.

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    The Houston Police Department says they've identified one of their officers, an 18 year veteran of the department, as having penetrated the Capitol last Wednesday.

    Chief Art Acevedo says there is a "high probability" the officer will face federal charges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    What’s your point. BLM marches were attended by state attorney prosecutors, public defenders, actors, pro athletes, and police officers as well.

    If the people whom you identify are directly responsible for the tragic deaths of anyone or if are identified for being personally responsible for property damage or physical harm but if not then they are just as much participants and not liable just like all the other folks who participated in rallies and marches. It’s just an easy and biased narrative for radicals to push. We have first amendment rights as well and are not robots.
    I hope it’s because he damaged something because not forcibly walking into a building does t constitute a federal crime. Chief is doing the “right” thing for optics.

    We are definitely already in socialism’s mode shifting into communism

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    I see a lot of my LEO brothers trying to say the siege on our capital was OK because BLM’s protests are worse.
    Don’t we know the law? Don’t we know they are both wrong?
    Don’t we know that disrupting the operations of a business or a government meeting is against the law?
    Don’t we know that it doesn’t matter if you are left or right the law is the law? What happened to you my brothers?

    Peace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    What’s your point. BLM marches were attended by state attorney prosecutors, public defenders, actors, pro athletes, and police officers as well.

    If the people whom you identify are directly responsible for the tragic deaths of anyone or if are identified for being personally responsible for property damage or physical harm but if not then they are just as much participants and not liable just like all the other folks who participated in rallies and marches. It’s just an easy and biased narrative for radicals to push. We have first amendment rights as well and are not robots.
    Your first amendment rights don’t protect you from breaking into a government building and trying to attack elected officials hiding from the crazies. The crowd shouted “hang Mike Pence”. They erected a noose and gallows on the lawn in front of the Capitol. A police officer was killed. These are criminals. If you support them you’re not a cop. You don’t protect the weak. You support a man who wants to subvert the will of the people.
    As a cop, I have a personal problem with cop killers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I see a lot of my LEO brothers trying to say the siege on our capital was OK because BLM’s protests are worse.
    Don’t we know the law? Don’t we know they are both wrong?
    Don’t we know that disrupting the operations of a business or a government meeting is against the law?
    Don’t we know that it doesn’t matter if you are left or right the law is the law? What happened to you my brothers?

    Peace.
    Are you serious. Disrupted business? I’ll give you that even in a literal sense, it opened and continued 6 hours later. When the police station in Seattle was burned, it closed, when the hundreds of business were burned and looted they closed and have still not re-opened.

    What state or agency fo you work for? Lol

    They burned a church as well as a federal building.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Are you serious. Disrupted business? I’ll give you that even in a literal sense, it opened and continued 6 hours later. When the police station in Seattle was burned, it closed, when the hundreds of business were burned and looted they closed and have still not re-opened.

    What state or agency fo you work for? Lol

    They burned a church as well as a federal building.
    The whole aggressive planned and equipment provided attacks were non Trump protesters. %100 guaranteed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Are you serious. Disrupted business? I’ll give you that even in a literal sense, it opened and continued 6 hours later. When the police station in Seattle was burned, it closed, when the hundreds of business were burned and looted they closed and have still not re-opened.

    What state or agency fo you work for? Lol

    They burned a church as well as a federal building.
    So one was worse than the other so the lesser one doesn’t count? My whole point is it’s a false equivalency....they are both wrong... whether it’s closed for days or 5 mins.

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    The whole aggressive planned and equipment provided attacks were non Trump protesters. %100 guaranteed
    Almost 200 people arrested so far.... every single one a Trump hardcore supporter... ranging from middle of the road to extremist. How can you possibly explain that away?

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