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Police Officer Tobler Blows His Top Because Citizen Knows His Rights

Credit Steve Bell. Know your rights when talking to a police officer: http://policecrimes.com/police.html There's no law that requires you to talk to a police officer.

Sidney Nebraska Police officer Tobler badge #612 flips out on a citizen.



Joseph Aikens
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Not sure where you got that info.

Starting teacher salary in my area of PA is roughly 35k and the last I checked our average was in the 48k range which is roughly on par with our police.

Be careful that what you're referencing isn't including administrators as they routinely make 100k plus. Another distinction to make that many over look is public vs. private.

NOTE: I am not advocating violence in any way. The content of the post is for intellectual, theoretical, and philosophical discussion. FEDS, please don't come to my house.

missouri and TN

Cops average about 30-35
Teachers average about 50-55

That is mostly dependent on rural vs city.

Wisconsin where the teachers union strike happened teachers averaged about $89,000 a year. That's more than both of my relatives who work for Boeing.

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I should move to Wisconsin.

Thanks for the info and for not "yelling" at me.

NOTE: I am not advocating violence in any way. The content of the post is for intellectual, theoretical, and philosophical discussion. FEDS, please don't come to my house.

Maybe, I misread your

Maybe, I misread your comment. Are you saying teachers are paid higher than Police?

All I can say is I have lived in New Jersey, New York, Connecitcut, and Florida. I know for a fact (excluding Florida) that Police receive much higher compensation than the average person in the area. In NY/NJ, they may start out near the median, but then they increase to max pay in only a handful of years. Some town/county police forces everyone is making over $100K, and that's just salary... not counting OT, certain allowances, and benefits.


Sounds like

a job that the "illegal immigrants" would qualify for!

Just remember who allowed* them in when a cop pulls you over and he/she doesn't speak english!

*(allowed hell! Demanded!)

Why does it matter?

Why does it matter if these people are standing right beside him as he does the investigation? He should have "nothing to hide".

That's what happens Tobler when you

eat too much fatty fast food and crammed steroids into your body. You are a waste of protoplasm.


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Citizen could have better controlled the encounter

When the second officer suggested that he wait a while before his rights were handled, he should have responded "No, officer, that man just committed assault. I would like you to arrest him immediately. I will follow you to the station for processing."

With of course the caution that the officers might just throw some dope in the car and shoot them up. Personally, I'd rather avoid driving by a roid rage cop 5 times to see what he'll do.

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I Agree...

Why incite a confrontation. Personally, I have better things to do than follow cops around looking to get my face bashed in by a rolly polly roid using burn out..

well, if that's the case.

then the cops are accountable to nobody.

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No, this isnt agood opinion

No, this isnt agood opinion to have. You are basically saying that unless you try to provoke people, they wont be held accountable for anything. Hold accountable for there actions yes, but you shouldnt have to 'force' it out of them.

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Biological attack as well

I believe that when the officer assaulted the citizens with the citizen's documents, while he was yelling "you're a chickenshit!", some spittle flew from his mouth onto the citizen.

Knowing the types of people the police encounter on a daily basis (and the types of people that they are), an argument could be made that the officer is the cowardly chickenshit who is trying to infect the public.

Has he been tested for diseases that might cause such violent behavior? Especially diseases that can be transmitted through saliva?

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I am going to install a dash

I am going to install a dash camera.

Put this together with

the recent Supreme Court ruling where remaining silent is an indication of guilt.

In a 5-4 ruling, the justices ruled that a person no longer has the right to remain silent as guaranteed by the Fifth Amendment. In relevant part, the Fifth Amendment mandates that no one “shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself.”

Thanks to the Supreme Court’s decision in Salinas v. Texas, that part of the Bill of Rights has been excised — and has joined the list of so many other fundamental liberties that now lie on the scrap heap of history.


There is another unintended consequence of this ruling. The police could charge someone criminally if they exercise their right to remain silent. The police can pick a crime, a person can remain silent and, viola, they remain silent and are now presumed guilty of the crime and under arrest.

It is the people, and not the judges,....

“It is the people, and not the judges, who are entitled to say what their constitution means, for the constitution is theirs, it belongs to them and not to their servants in office - any other theory is incompatible with the foundation principles of our government.”
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Salinas v. Texas

Holding: When petitioner had not yet been placed in custody or received Miranda warnings, and voluntarily responded to some questions by police about a murder, the prosecution’s use of his silence in response to another question as evidence of his guilty at trial did not violate the Fifth Amendment because petitioner failed to expressly invoke his privilege not to incriminate himself in response to the officer’s question.

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This ruling is illogical

A person can invoke their 5th amendment right to remain silent at any point they determine is appropriate. Once the right has been invoked, any further answers to police questioning is determined to be a waiver of that right. In other words, the police, prosecution and the Supreme Court don't decide when the right to remain silent is invoked and questioning ends, the individual does.

This is why I advocate for people not to talk to law enforcement, period.

Keep in mind the courts, prosecutors and police don't give you rights, you are born with unalienable rights, the Bill of Rights, the first 10 amendments to the United States Constitution.


to You and the OP...
relevant, informative (very)....
and scary as hell.
Camera is better than a gun (for now).

It has been a working theory

of mine for a while now that one day people won't have cameras in their hands...

yea your right about not having cameras in our hands.

They will be embedded into our eyeballs!

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index fingers as firearms?