r/PublicFreakout Oct 13 '21 Wholesome 8 LOVE! 1 Helpful 8 Hugz 11 Starstruck 1 Crab Rave 1 To The Stars 1 Silver 9 Gold 1

Yeah, you're a fool! 👮Audit Freakout

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u/eeyore134 Oct 13 '21 Silver

That cop's voice got higher and higher as he knew he was digging himself deeper and deeper. But at no point did those little neurons fire to tell him hey, maybe apologize and quit doubling down.


u/Glassclose Oct 14 '21

, maybe apologize

they're quite literally trained to never do this and never admit they or a fellow LEO is wrong as it 'breaks confidence' in LEO's or some other nonsense lie they tell each other


u/Khufuu Oct 14 '21

us saying the cops should do that is like the cops saying "they should just tell us they did something wrong but they keep saying dumb shit like 'i have the right to remain silent'"


u/Chelonate_Chad Oct 14 '21

Difference is, citizens have a right to privacy and presumption of innocence, the opposite of which should be the case for a public servant discharging a public duty (up to and potentially including lethal force) in public.

Cops (and all other public officials) should be subject to scrutiny at all times without requirement for probable cause or even reasonable suspicion, and should be required to satisfactorily explain their actions whenever questioned on them.

"Auditing," as it's termed by the kind of people who do these videos, is a highly appropriate term for it. Damn near any other recipient of public funding is (or is supposed to be) subject to frequent, routine auditing.

If humanitarian organizations, who help people whilst having no enforcement authority and certainly no power to use violence, are subject to such constant auditing, then police should absolutely be subject to far more.


u/Khufuu Oct 14 '21

you're taking this more seriously than it is


u/Chelonate_Chad Oct 14 '21 edited Oct 14 '21

Oh, FUCK right off, bootlicker. Police abuse of authority is about as serious a societal issue as exists.


u/Khufuu Oct 14 '21

yeah but none of that has anything to do with what I said and it became an excuse for reddit to go off about public figures blah blah blah.

the cop chest bumped the guy, technically assault, and then didn't admit to it (the correct play in favor of the cop).

I'm not about to start a revolution over this. there are incidents with cops that are worth revolting over but not today. not for this kid. the auditors are doing their job well. the cop is a power tripping a hole. case closed.


u/Chelonate_Chad Oct 14 '21

Bitch, sit the fuck down.

You say "technically" assault when the keyword is assault. The cop committed a violent crime on camera. With the confidence to do so on his camera and the victim's. Because this is not an isolated incident, it is the norm and the very culture of policing.

No, you bootlicking coward, a revolution against this pervasive shit is exactly what we need.


u/Khufuu Oct 14 '21

auditors are always such nerds about everything and they call everyone who disagrees a bootlicker


u/Chelonate_Chad Oct 14 '21

Someone being a "nerd" is a hell of a lot less relevant than the abuse of society by police.

Sit. The fuck. Down. You authoritarian-worshipping little bitch.

You're not a bootlicker "because you disagree," you're a bootlicker because you're licking boots. Fuck you and everyone like you who excuses and normalizes police abuse. You are fucking pathetic and a cancer.

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