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That’s what happens when we all learn touchy-feely feel good math in public schools:

I should blast you in the mouth right now….I’m close to caving in your head….I tell you what I should have done. As soon as I saw your gun, I should have taken two steps back, pulled my Glock 40, and just put 10 bullets in your ass and let you drop. And I wouldn’t have lost any sleep. Do you understand me? He [his partner] would have been a nice witness as I executed you because you’re stupid.

Since 2000, The Canton Repository reports, the police department’s internal affairs unit has investigated 16 complaints against Harless, a former Marine and Ohio native who came to Canton in 1996 after working as a police officer in Virginia for four years. “Obviously,” says Bill Adams, president of the Canton Police Patrolmen’s Association, “whatever transpired on that video is an isolated incident.”

Click here for the story and the associate video. Incredible.

4 Responses to “15 Years of Abuse = 1 Isolated Incident”

  1. chuck martel says:

    Incontrovertible proof that at least one of the state’s law enforcement thugs belongs behind bars himself. The sad thing is that almost always these monsters are vigorously defended by both the unions that represent them and the organizations that employ them, in spite of the evidence. Millions of dollars are spent by jurisdictions in awards to the citizens that prevail over the criminal cops in court, money that eventually comes from the taxpayers pockets.

  2. chuck martel says:

    Watch Errol Morris’ “The Thin Blue Line”, an enlightening documentary on how the police operate.

  3. Michael says:

    I like’d the whole “every time I see this car I’m going to pull you over, tow it and throw you in jail” bit at the end of the video.

  4. chuck martel says:

    This particular incident involved more than intimidation: http://nailheadtom.blogspot.com/2011/07/death-penalty-administered.html

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