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Newark Officers Suspended for Failing to Stop Man Stomping Patrol Car


"These officers either sat in a car or had their hands in their pockets. They didn't do their jobs," said Anthony Ambrose, Newark's public safety director. More Here.

August 08, 2018
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Blueknight2001 @ 8/9/2018 8:36 AM

Ask, tell, force. If it come to forcing him to stop destroying public property, an ASP across the shins would work nicely.

Chuck W @ 8/9/2018 1:09 PM

Ferguson Effect anyone. Listen to them, "they can't touch him"

Hammer @ 8/11/2018 8:44 AM

These officers all need to turn in their badges. If you are that afraid to do your job you need to look for employment elsewhere. These guys are a disgrace to their uniform and the oath they took to enforce the law.

Walt @ 8/11/2018 9:39 AM

this is why cops get no respect. When I was on the job this little shit would have been cuffed after his first trip on the car. If the neighborhood is that bad got more cops and show the people eating crap time is over. This thug is damaging tax payer property. Maybe the cops just don't care but they really should have more respect for themselves.

John @ 8/11/2018 10:44 AM

Isn't that what the public demands? Officers are placing themselves at unnecessary risk so that they are not labeled as racist or trigger happy. The media gives attention to the groups that denounce officers. How is Baltimore doing now that they wanted officers to retreat from addressing this type of behavior? Where is BLM, praising these officers for their "restraint?" Where is the mayor or any other politicians in supporting the officers? Even bystanders knew that this behavior called for force from the officers to stop this. And if the officers would have used force, this same video would be titled, "Officers suspended for using force against a black man who posed no threat"

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