What! protect and serve! Hmmmm!


tuts40

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"This is NOT the kind of thing you'd expect from a UNIFORMED police officer", the female news anchor says with the applied emphasis.
This post is my opinion only:
Is this news anchor as naive as she portrays herself to be or is she acting that way for effect? Does she really think that any LEO is not human, that LEO's are above most of society in terms of not being subject to acting in an unsavory manor?

I understand that in something like 99.9% (a guess, might be only 98%) of violent crimes the police officer plays a pivotal role. They must write a great report, as detailed as possible, even in the rain or snow - AFTER the crime has occured. Even so, it cracks me up when someone acts surprised that a cop is, well, only human.
 

Ringo

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Is this news anchor as naive as she portrays herself to be or is she acting that way for effect? Does she really think that any LEO is not human, that LEO's are above most of society in terms of not being subject to acting in an unsavory manor?
Well, yes. If you listen to the news enough, 99% of the time LEO's are hero's. Even if they're off duty shopping at the local grocery, slip, fall, and break their neck, they're hero's .
 

sgtbill

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At what point did LEO'S stop being human. They have human failings just like anyone else but are also willing to put it all on the line to protect and serve those of you that are more then willing to put them down. Get real.
Bill
 

walt629

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The link has been taken down, ABC is claiming copy right reasons. Almost sounds like it was staged, for theatrical purposses only of course. :biggrin:
 

the dark

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Ringo:226439 said:
Is this news anchor as naive as she portrays herself to be or is she acting that way for effect? Does she really think that any LEO is not human, that LEO's are above most of society in terms of not being subject to acting in an unsavory manor?
Well, yes. If you listen to the news enough, 99% of the time LEO's are hero's. Even if they're off duty shopping at the local grocery, slip, fall, and break their neck, they're hero's .

I think it is naivete, sensationalism, and a perhaps unwitting collusion to maintain that "hero" fantasy as a means of sustaining or enhancing social order. JMHO.
 

Unfettered Might

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Aww man, thats frickn great lol. I only wish he had done it on his patrol car, now that would have been epic lol.
 

FN1910

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I read one place that it was staged by a porn filmmaker but the police have confirmed that it was an actual cop. They also said that they could not find where he broke any laws doing it since there were no witnesses other than the puppy dog :fie: and he refused to talk. I am sure this goes on a lot but is not limited to LEO and I know that for fact (but not personally but ask anyone in the collections business). He should be punished for being dumb enough to do it in broad daylight on the hood of a car, that is what back seats are for, or at least a blanket in the woods. :mad:

BTW - The police also said the woman was not involved in any legal cases and it was not due to a traffic stop so evidently she was his mistress or so. :no:

They have refused to identify her, possibly, except to other officers. :biggrin:
 

BigSlick

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He's been fired!

Can't say I really blame the department for doing so. Maybe she was giving him his officer of the year award. Link follows at bottom.


The New Mexico State Police officer who made headlines after he was photographed having sex on the hood of a Honda is no longer employed by the department, according to a state police spokesman.

According to our news partners at The Santa Fe New Mexican, Bert Lopez was informed by the Department of Public Safety that he no longer had a job.

It is unclear when the decision was made.

Lopez was named the 2009 District 1 state police officer of the year and was honored for going above and beyond the call of duty in July.

He has 30 days to appeal the firing.


NMSP officer involved in sex scandal no longer with state police | KOB.com
 

rchance

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So what's your point. At least he wasn't out hassling a CCW carrier. Of he was on his break I don't care what he was doing.
 

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