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  • FFS
    here we go again

    Why are prisoners awaiting trial not protected from the police?
    Seriously

    1) any one want to bet that nothing happens, the ME will find no foul play, but no "cause" of death.
    2) the judge wont order an independent investigation over the murder of a detained citizen.

    /farking so much BS in the country
  • fark the police, I ain't scared. Next time I see the boys in blue they're gonna be the boys in red.
  • Remember people: if you want to commit murder and get away with it, join the police force.
  • AverageAmericanGuy: fark the police, I ain't scared. Next time I see the boys in blue they're gonna be the boys in red.


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    FTA: "Court officials said the decision to take Robinson off life support rests with the Allegheny County Jail warden."

    Clearly not a conflict of interest.
  • Brestensky said Robinson was not hanged, initial tests have found no drugs in his system, and doctors are running tests to determine what is wrong with him.

    While there are drugs that will cause such a reaction, I doubt the cops would bother to use them. Although I'm surprised they would care enough not to just beat him to death or stage a suicide.

    My money is on suffocation--they held the pillow over his face long enough to cause irreversible brain damage, then left him.

    Although I can't condone murdering prisoners in their cells, I have trouble mustering sympathy for anyone who shoots a cop in the back, either.
  • Another dead thug - good riddance.

    Then there is the suspect...
  • namatad: FFS
    here we go again

    Why are prisoners awaiting trial not protected from the police?
    Seriously

    1) any one want to bet that nothing happens, the ME will find no foul play, but no "cause" of death.
    2) the judge wont order an independent investigation over the murder of a detained citizen.

    /farking so much BS in the country


    Or maybe the guy suffered a heart attack or stroke. It's cool though, have fun with your conspiracy theories.
  • Court officials said the decision to take Robinson off life support rests with the Allegheny County Jail warden.

    Today I learned that there are still things I find shocking.
  • It's called filling in the gaps...

    Link
  • namatad: FFS
    here we go again

    Why are prisoners awaiting trial not protected from the police?
    Seriously

    1) any one want to bet that nothing happens, the ME will find no foul play, but no "cause" of death.
    2) the judge wont order an independent investigation over the murder of a detained citizen.

    /farking so much BS in the country


    You are in a dark place, man.
  • The Muthaship: namatad: FFS
    here we go again

    Why are prisoners awaiting trial not protected from the police?
    Seriously

    1) any one want to bet that nothing happens, the ME will find no foul play, but no "cause" of death.
    2) the judge wont order an independent investigation over the murder of a detained citizen.

    /farking so much BS in the country

    You are in a dark place, man.


    we are all in it.
  • Hey guys; we don't know anything bad happened. For all we know; he could have slipped into a noose with his hands and feet tied up.
  • ...so very dark, man.
  • The Muthaship: namatad: FFS
    here we go again

    Why are prisoners awaiting trial not protected from the police?
    Seriously

    1) any one want to bet that nothing happens, the ME will find no foul play, but no "cause" of death.
    2) the judge wont order an independent investigation over the murder of a detained citizen.

    /farking so much BS in the country

    You are in a dark place, man.


    Protecting someone that is in custody is a bad thing? This guy was already convicted, however, what if this took place before the trial. What if he was innocent?

    If you're supportive of the death penalty I suggest you read Link
  • Lol this thread

    Farkers keep this in mind: if you get into it with the cops it's 95% your fault

    Yes sir no sir I was a moron and I promise not to do it again goes a long way

    /screw your "my rights" outrage.
    will get you a record every time
  • great_tigers: Protecting someone that is in custody is a bad thing? This guy was already convicted, however, what if this took place before the trial. What if he was innocent?

    If you're supportive of the death penalty I suggest you read Link


    I don't guess you understood what I meant. Of course, that hardly matters.
  • For the record I'm talking about minor shiat. Public intox tickets etc.

    If you murdered somebody ya, don't talk to the po po
  • GrizzlyPouch: Lol this thread

    Farkers keep this in mind: if you get into it with the cops it's 95% your fault

    Yes sir no sir I was a moron and I promise not to do it again goes a long way

    /screw your "my rights" outrage.
    will get you a record every time


    THIS

    If you have nothing to hide then you won't mind a search. If you're doing nothing illegal you won't mind a few questions.
  • Court officials said the decision to take Robinson off life support rests with the Allegheny County Jail warden.
    A judge issued a court order on Tuesday allowing Robinson's mother to visit him at his bedside for 30 minutes.


    What the actual fark? The jail warden, not his mother, has the decision of whether or not to take him off life support?
  • The Muthaship: great_tigers: Protecting someone that is in custody is a bad thing? This guy was already convicted, however, what if this took place before the trial. What if he was innocent?

    If you're supportive of the death penalty I suggest you read Link

    I don't guess you understood what I meant. Of course, that hardly matters.


    Feel free to let me know what you meant. I love this subject and if I mis-understood what you meant then I will own it. LMK.
  • great_tigers: Feel free to let me know what you meant


    It seemed to me that namatad immediately assumed that the police had caused the man harm, and that the rest of the justice system representatives would leap to cover it up. I'm not naive enough to think that is impossible, but he seems to think it's SOP. He asks that the prisoners be protected from law enforcement, but who then does the protecting. I'm all for keeping tabs on the authorities, but presuming that they are all capable of what he believes they did here....that's sad.

    /and linking a novel for your #1 reason to oppose the death penalty....c'mon man.
  • This many comments and no picture of Dexter yet?

    Wow.
  • great_tigers: GrizzlyPouch: Lol this thread

    Farkers keep this in mind: if you get into it with the cops it's 95% your fault

    Yes sir no sir I was a moron and I promise not to do it again goes a long way

    /screw your "my rights" outrage.
    will get you a record every time

    THIS

    If you have nothing to hide then you won't mind a search. If you're doing nothing illegal you won't mind a few questions.


    I got a big kick out of Daniels using that line in Season 1 of The Wire.
  • meh, it could certainly be coincidence.

    The Muthaship: great_tigers: Feel free to let me know what you meant

    It seemed to me that namatad immediately assumed that the police had caused the man harm, and that the rest of the justice system representatives would leap to cover it up. I'm not naive enough to think that is impossible, but he seems to think it's SOP. He asks that the prisoners be protected from law enforcement, but who then does the protecting. I'm all for keeping tabs on the authorities, but presuming that they are all capable of what he believes they did here....that's sad.

    /and linking a novel for your #1 reason to oppose the death penalty....c'mon man.


    This.

    Let us at least give the medical examiner a little bit of time before we jump to conclusions with nothing but the first internet article. We all know they always have all the information up front. Like with that Zimmerman fiasco, the press had all the facts right off, right?
  • Lunatic Calm: The jail warden, not his mother, has the decision of whether or not to take him off life support?


    Yes. The jail had already booked the room for another party.  In the hospitality business you need to keep a reputation.
  • I'm a liberal and I'm okay with this.
  • Gyrfalcon: Brestensky said Robinson was not hanged, initial tests have found no drugs in his system, and doctors are running tests to determine what is wrong with him.

    While there are drugs that will cause such a reaction, I doubt the cops would bother to use them. Although I'm surprised they would care enough not to just beat him to death or stage a suicide.

    My money is on suffocation--they held the pillow over his face long enough to cause irreversible brain damage, then left him.

    Although I can't condone murdering prisoners in their cells, I have trouble mustering sympathy for anyone who shoots a cop in the back, either.


    /not only that..but he killed the homeowner too, and had a ankle bracelet already on him. He had gone to the house for drugs. If this scumbag dies, not a shiat will be given
  • Lunatic Calm: Court officials said the decision to take Robinson off life support rests with the Allegheny County Jail warden.
    A judge issued a court order on Tuesday allowing Robinson's mother to visit him at his bedside for 30 minutes.

    What the actual fark? The jail warden, not his mother, has the decision of whether or not to take him off life support?


    That's what leaped out at me, too. Notice that the article doesn't name the murderer-to-be.

    It's easy enough to find out, though.
  • Bit'O'Gristle: Gyrfalcon: Brestensky said Robinson was not hanged, initial tests have found no drugs in his system, and doctors are running tests to determine what is wrong with him.

    While there are drugs that will cause such a reaction, I doubt the cops would bother to use them. Although I'm surprised they would care enough not to just beat him to death or stage a suicide.

    My money is on suffocation--they held the pillow over his face long enough to cause irreversible brain damage, then left him.

    Although I can't condone murdering prisoners in their cells, I have trouble mustering sympathy for anyone who shoots a cop in the back, either.

    /not only that..but he killed the homeowner too, and had a ankle bracelet already on him. He had gone to the house for drugs. If this scumbag dies, not a shiat will be given


    This, all day long
  • Bit'O'Gristle: Gyrfalcon: Brestensky said Robinson was not hanged, initial tests have found no drugs in his system, and doctors are running tests to determine what is wrong with him.

    While there are drugs that will cause such a reaction, I doubt the cops would bother to use them. Although I'm surprised they would care enough not to just beat him to death or stage a suicide.

    My money is on suffocation--they held the pillow over his face long enough to cause irreversible brain damage, then left him.

    Although I can't condone murdering prisoners in their cells, I have trouble mustering sympathy for anyone who shoots a cop in the back, either.

    /not only that..but he killed the homeowner too, and had a ankle bracelet already on him. He had gone to the house for drugs. If this scumbag dies, not a shiat will be given


    Yeah, I saw that. There are plenty of people to be angry about, if they die in police custody. I'm not sure this is one of them. Apparently, not even his mom is overly upset.
  • great_tigers: GrizzlyPouch: Lol this thread

    Farkers keep this in mind: if you get into it with the cops it's 95% your fault

    Yes sir no sir I was a moron and I promise not to do it again goes a long way

    /screw your "my rights" outrage.
    will get you a record every time

    THIS

    If you have nothing to hide then you won't mind a search. If you're doing nothing illegal you won't mind a few questions.


    Come on bro. We can both agree that marijuana laws in the US suck, I feel you.

    Just don't be stupid. Don't act suspicious (being evasive or an a hole) be courteous and respectful, don't consent to any search you should be fine.

    First time you say to a cop man I ain't got shiat why you profiling my ass your gettin busted
  • Well, just this once, but let's not make a habit of it. Give sandoski or what ever the fark his name is a few good ass fistings from bubba and will call good it for a while.
  • GrizzlyPouch
    Farkers keep this in mind: if you get into it with the cops it's 95% your fault

    The problem isn't your middle-class ass being momentarily inconvenienced. The problem is that letting police have unquestioned power makes it impossible to stop them from being employed to crush dissent or enforce unjust laws.


    great_tigers
    If you have nothing to hide then you won't mind a search. If you're doing nothing illegal you won't mind a few questions.

    Show some solidarity. Use your rights even when you have nothing to hide so that when you do they won't know the difference. If the only time you don't let them search is when you have something to hide... come on.


    dascott
    I'm a liberal and I'm okay with this.

    You say that as if it's supposed to be shocking.
  • Gyrfalcon: Bit'O'Gristle: Gyrfalcon: Brestensky said Robinson was not hanged, initial tests have found no drugs in his system, and doctors are running tests to determine what is wrong with him.

    While there are drugs that will cause such a reaction, I doubt the cops would bother to use them. Although I'm surprised they would care enough not to just beat him to death or stage a suicide.

    My money is on suffocation--they held the pillow over his face long enough to cause irreversible brain damage, then left him.

    Although I can't condone murdering prisoners in their cells, I have trouble mustering sympathy for anyone who shoots a cop in the back, either.

    /not only that..but he killed the homeowner too, and had a ankle bracelet already on him. He had gone to the house for drugs. If this scumbag dies, not a shiat will be given


    Yeah, I saw that. There are plenty of people to be angry about, if they die in police custody. I'm not sure this is one of them. Apparently, not even his mom is overly upset.



    Due process means due process for all.

    This was a lynching.
  • The Muthaship: /and linking a novel for your #1 reason to oppose the death penalty....c'mon man.


    You didn't follow the link, did you? No, I thought not. Turns out that it's not a novel. Looks quite interesting. I've added it to my reading list, and you might want to consider doing the same.

    Once again: Link
  • So much for due process.

    And cops wonder why I hate law enforcement officers of any kind.

    /my brother is a cop, fark him too
  • Your Average Witty Fark User: So much for due process.

    And cops wonder why I hate law enforcement officers of any kind.

    /my brother is a cop, fark him too


    Ya, only guys like YOU can be judge and jury for your fellow man.

    This thread is hilarious.
  • Smackledorfer: This thread is hilarious.


    Due to clowns like you, apparently
  • Smackledorfer: Your Average Witty Fark User: So much for due process.

    And cops wonder why I hate law enforcement officers of any kind.

    /my brother is a cop, fark him too

    Ya, only guys like YOU can be judge and jury for your fellow man.

    This thread is hilarious.


    Everybody deserves their day in court. I said nothing about being judge and jury of anything. Dirty LEO's are going to get away with murder. Two wrongs don't make a right.

    /surveillance video should put those dirty pigs away for life
  • Any jail I've been in the last decade or so had cameras everywhere and things like alarms that sound when a cell door is opened at night. Jailers hate it when someone dies in custody, it apparently causes a ton of paperwork. For a CO or some other LEO to pull off a murder in a jail would require too many people to be in on the conspiracy to get away with it.
  • RanDomino: GrizzlyPouch
    Farkers keep this in mind: if you get into it with the cops it's 95% your fault

    The problem isn't your middle-class ass being momentarily inconvenienced. The problem is that letting police have unquestioned power makes it impossible to stop them from being employed to crush dissent or enforce unjust laws.


    great_tigers
    If you have nothing to hide then you won't mind a search. If you're doing nothing illegal you won't mind a few questions.

    Show some solidarity. Use your rights even when you have nothing to hide so that when you do they won't know the difference. If the only time you don't let them search is when you have something to hide... come on.


    dascott
    I'm a liberal and I'm okay with this.

    You say that as if it's supposed to be shocking.


    You're doing it wrong.

    Watch Penn and Teller. They'll let you inspect everything and still fool you. If you DO have something to hide, but you've hidden it, you should be good to go for a search.
  • Must have disrespected Obama
  • Sad how many people in here don't care about that whole 'innocent until proven guilty' thing... 

    Unless they just suck at reading....which is also sad.
  • My hatred of cops is offset by my hatred of douche bag thugs.

    Smackledorfer: Your Average Witty Fark User: So much for due process.

    And cops wonder why I hate law enforcement officers of any kind.

    /my brother is a cop, fark him too

    Ya, only guys like YOU can be judge and jury for your fellow man.

    This thread is hilarious.


    You sound like a subservient pussy.

    I may be wrong.
  • iheartscotch: Hey guys; we don't know anything bad happened. For all we know; he could have slipped into a noose with his hands and feet tied up.


    If they had found him hanging in his cell then he obviously would have tied his own hands and feet securely after slipping the noose tightly around his own neck. This after no doubt somehow smuggling the rope used in somehow.
    Reminds me of one of my favourite scenes in my entire golden age of radio collection.
    From a 1947 episode of Voyage of the Scarlet Queen - The Scarlet Queen is a tramp steamer that typically stops in Asian or Eastern Seaports and finds some kind of new trouble every week.
    In this one a local man's throat is cut ear to ear on the Queen by an unknown person after he tries to talk to the Captain. The local police chief takes one look at the body and immediately calls it is a suicide - case closed.
  • Your Average Witty Fark User: Smackledorfer: Your Average Witty Fark User: So much for due process.

    And cops wonder why I hate law enforcement officers of any kind.

    /my brother is a cop, fark him too

    Ya, only guys like YOU can be judge and jury for your fellow man.

    This thread is hilarious.

    Everybody deserves their day in court. I said nothing about being judge and jury of anything. Dirty LEO's are going to get away with murder. Two wrongs don't make a right.

    /surveillance video should put those dirty pigs away for life


    You hate people you've never met for things you have no idea whether or not they've done. Sounds like you are judging them to me.

    And you have no evidence in this case, yet you are sure you are right.

    The sheer stupidity of people like you is amusing. You can't see that you are doing the same thing the people you hate do.
  • RanDomino: GrizzlyPouch
    Farkers keep this in mind: if you get into it with the cops it's 95% your fault

    The problem isn't your middle-class ass being momentarily inconvenienced. The problem is that letting police have unquestioned power makes it impossible to stop them from being employed to crush dissent or enforce unjust laws.


    great_tigers
    If you have nothing to hide then you won't mind a search. If you're doing nothing illegal you won't mind a few questions.

    Show some solidarity. Use your rights even when you have nothing to hide so that when you do they won't know the difference. If the only time you don't let them search is when you have something to hide... come on.


    dascott
    I'm a liberal and I'm okay with this.

    You say that as if it's supposed to be shocking.


    Ran were you too busy digging through your thesaurus for big words to see where I said 95% of the time?

    Trust me I've been in as many shady situations as you (probably more, I mean how much shenanigans can you really get into in your moms basement)

    It's all about attitude. Yours is obviously poor
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