Baltimore officer shot by uniformed police

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  1. rahma

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    I guess we all just misunderstood you when you threw this out there in the 1st post of this thread.......
     
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    I guess we all just misunderstood you when you threw this out there in the 1st post of this thread.......
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    "Seems like this was one tough old cop. If he would draw a gun on uniformed cops, I wonder what he would do to a civilian who got in his way?"

    I don't see any reason why that question was so terribly hypothetical that it couldn't be discussed.

    Since I wrote that question you quoted, I’ve thought more about it and realized that the question really didn’t need any guesswork…

    Officer Stamp came out of a bar wearing brass knuckles and going after a civilian that he had some argument with.

    He didn’t show a badge and he obviously wasn’t acting as a policeman.
    He was simply in a drunken bar fight out in the street.

    And when his attack was stopped he pulled a gun.

    He wanted to kill the cop who was in his way.

    And none of you LEOs will admit that he was out of line.

    And you all think I’m the problem for talking about it?????
     
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    JOEY YOU WERE NOT THERE...HELLO don't stand behind a computer and make assumptions.

    Once again JOEY you pick select items from my post and by the select items you still know nothing of the facts of the case. JOEY for your information the media are not always right and if you think so you are delusional.
    My last remark on this is that all the way around this is a horrible tragedy for many reasons that JOEY will never understand. Only LEO understand the extensive tragedy....RIP NORM...
     
  4. Flyby

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    We've discussed this before jo, read, and then read again. In the VERY FIRST REPLY to your thread...........

    Pretty simple concept. If you want to argue, at least remember what you are arguing about.:nutz
     
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    Here's the first reply.

    Originally Posted by joe117
    Seems like this was one tough old cop. If he would draw a gun on uniformed cops, I wonder what he would do to a civilian who got in his way?


    What does that have to do with this story?

    I would have done the same thing in that situation. I am assuming that Stamp was most likely intoxicated or for whatever reason, went off the deep end.

    This has nothing to do with him being a cop. It has everything to do with his being jacked up mentally.


    I don't agree that his action had nothing to do with him being a cop.
     
  6. rahma

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    Okie Dokie Joe:nutz :nutz
     
  7. joe117

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    Thanks..... I knew you would come around.....:l
     
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    I don't care what you think, jo. You said not a single LE would agree that what he did was wrong. The VERY FIRST REPLY to your thread said just that.

    READING COMPREHENSION, JO. READ IT, THEN READ IT AGAIN.:nutz :nutz :nutz :p
     
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    You said not a single LE would agree that what he did was wrong.

    Did I say that?
     
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    please post more, the world needs to see what these dirty consultants are doing
     

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