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Old 08-08-2007, 12:10 PM   #11
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Way to use your car, A-Hole!!!

In the U.S., they call that unnecessary force. But sweet!!! Way to "drive" some sense into him.
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Way to use your car, A-Hole!!!

In the U.S., they call that unnecessary force. But sweet!!! Way to "drive" some sense into him.
If you have some crazy guy with a knife, that is nesscary force. Pinning him against the pole was a bit much though.
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Idk if that would be unnecessary force or not. Cops are allowed to go one above what they are faced with legally (So if i guy has a bat or knife they can use their gun, but us normal people could only use a bat or knife). Considering the circumstances though, that was the best way to dis-arm him and keep all innocent people safe.
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Haha, I'm pretty sure they didn't intend to pin him against a pole. Shit like that just happens. At least we know now the Toronto Police Department isn't just a bunch of pussies.
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Old 08-08-2007, 01:34 PM   #15
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But what I meant is that it doesn't matter if people thought it was necessary or not, they would be protesting excessive force. Just like that one guy who had a gun and was waving it at a SWAT team. They shot him 106 times, including completely blowing his right hand off. It was necessary, but they were definitely investigated.
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Yeah, well that's the US for you. People see police killing a criminal and they scream bloody murder. No one ever thinks about the police themselves and that they value their lives as well.
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EXACTLY!!!!!!!!
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Haha, I like how you changed the font and everything just to emphasize your point. Appreciate the enthusiasm.
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Way to "drive" some sense into him.
I'm surprised noboddy even commented on my lousy pun.
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Haha, I'm pretty sure they didn't intend to pin him against a pole. Shit like that just happens. At least we know now the Toronto Police Department isn't just a bunch of pussies.
I have photo evidence that they are, but it's forum inappropriate.
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