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Cop Kills Sunday School Teacher in Church Parking Lot

There needs to be total reform as to what these people are allowed to do to our fellow Americans. This is getting ridiculous.

A Sunday School teacher was shot to death by a police officer in a church parking lot earlier this week in Culpeper, Virginia.

The female Sunday School teacher was sitting in her car while the officer was standing next to the driver’s side door talking with her. The officer claimed that the woman rolled up her window on his arm and dragged him down the street, but an eye witness to the tragedy says otherwise.



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and this is WHY

you videotape cops. They are very capable liars with guns.

Jury Nullification is a power of the last resort against tyranny.

So not rolling down your window justifies deadly force?

Yeah,nothing to whine about there.

Thinking it's

time with all this technology, for the average traffic cops and beat patrolman, to be unarmed. They have the mindset that they are the law. Totally think that whatever they do is okay. If they were unarmed they could have cameras in their hats, mics on their persons. Have all the info they need if an arrest is warranted. Then the headquarters can send out armed personnel if needed. Just for checking on people for minor infractions does not warrant deadly force. Bobbies of London. Andy Griffith :)

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Seems like it would be voluntary manslaughter. Not sure why the sentence was only 3 years. They will probably be out in 1 or less. I wonder if they will keep their old job when they are released. If they maintained their innocence and were found guilty, and contradicted witnesses, why weren't they also charged with perjury?

Old news

This happened awhile ago. The cop was found guilty and sentenced to 36 months in jail. Sad.

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His sentence with me would be, shall we say...

quite a bit more severe. Had it been my wife or daughter, just saying.

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unreal.. if convicted this

unreal.. if convicted this guy should hang

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He was convicted of manslaughter...

Got 3 years.

Me or you? We'd be doing life on murder.

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i guess there's always hope a

i guess there's always hope a family member avenges her

Serious questions to ask about this

1) Why were his arms in the window?
2) Why were his arms in the window long enough for her to roll her window up on them?

Things that come to mind:
Illegal search
Illegal seizure

"Everything should be made to be as simple as possible, not simpler." Albert Einstein

Dirty Cop got three F*ing

Dirty Cop got three F*ing years. THREE. For killing someone. If i had been the husband i would have waited 3 years then taken that SOB down with me.

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Good asks, where is this sister, her blood calls out.

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Every profession has it's share of bad actors. What is it about cops that causes such angst?

I don't hear the angry hate filled outcry when doctors scam medicare. Or when priests fondle little boys. Where was the outcry when bankers stole a couple trillion from us?

What about a President disappearing when Americans were being killed in Benghazi?

Instead I've been listening to the hate filled rants of thousands of people my entire life- every time one solitary cop somewhere does something bad. And the odd thing is that in almost every case- the haters have been busted by cops. Victimized might be more accurate. I can't even remember the last time one of the cop haters anywhere actually said they broke the law and took responsibility for their actions.

It's so predictable it's embarrassing. I read it all down the comment thread.

Here's the deal. We have laws that govern misconduct. They apply to you and to cops. Our system is designed to find the truth. Does it work? Mostly- when it is applied. They call our system of justice the best of the worst.

In Norway one guy, and not a cop, killed 77 children. Breivik will only serve 21 years. Do you want that system of justice? Or do you want Mexico's system of justice where you can sit in jail for months without ever being arraigned?

Hating cops is not unique nor is it new. I've been listening to it my entire life- while the sheeple get sheared by every other profession- and oddly seem not to care too much. I have often wondered what it is about cops that causes such a unique hatred. Personally I don't think the problem is cops. It's a culture that simply can't obey it's own rules.


Cops have a monopoly on law enforcement. There are no market signals to regulate the behavior of police officers or guide the level of protection needed in an area. The amount of security or protection needed throughout society is not homogeneous. Different areas require different levels of protection and security. Currently, police forces are funded by tax payer dollars and decisions related to the level of defense or surveillance needed in a given area is handled by bureaucrats, not the market. With the currently monopolized police forces and the excessive amount of laws in the country we are left with police officers pestering, and unfortunately killing harmless ladies in church parking lots. Without a security system that answers to the market, resources will continue to be misallocated and more innocent people will die at the hands of rouge cops that have no fear of market backlash.

Your logic makes no logic

No public outcry over priests fondling boys? Are you serious?
No public outcry over malpractice? Seriously are you on drugs... malpractice insurance is a huge cost to doctors, favors the victim and still people are mad as hell about it.
No public outcry over bankers? Yep your on drugs... people go ballistic over it, but like the cops they are untouchable and often are hard to pinpoint who the guilty are! When they do (think madoff) people go nuts...

Also please note that though our SYSTEM of law enforcement is sound, its current enactment and its participants are very much flawed. The motto used to be "To Protect and Serve" and is now "An Accredited Agency". What I take that to mean is that they no longer serve the interests of the public, they take care of themselves. Moreover most cops these days are no more than servants of a system that needs money and they are what makes the money. Tickets are profitable, saving lives is not. Lastly, though there are virtuous policemen and women out there, they are overshadowed by the overreaching arms of their employers. Forced to do illegal search and seizures as in NYPD, are instructed/forced to make a profit (quotas), and in no way help people any more (just look at detroit).

Oh, yea and one more thing... we pay their salaries with hefty taxes, they of all people should be scrutinized by the public they serve. No one is denying the need for police, no one is arguing that cops are always wrong... law enforcement is an important and difficult task, but seriously, your logic is flawed and your not seeing the bigger picture here. There is massive corruption taking place and an outcry is warranted. Try being a black man in a poor NYC neighborhood being stopped and frisked daily... All I can say is I am glad I'm white and privileged.

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I liked your comment (+1)... but to be clear...

I am denying the need and arguing that they are always wrong :) --

"No one is denying the need for police, no one is arguing that cops are always wrong."

Just saying, you may not take that stand, but I certainly do.

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Big reason.

Cops don't do anything good.

I have had far more interaction with cops than any one man should have to deal with and have managed to survive (barely, sometimes) all of my encounters up to this point.

Funny thing is, it has never mattered whether I was the victim or the suspect, they have always acted and behaved as if my life was of little value. And they have never ONCE made a situation better.

People will wake up one day and start shooting back at the theft, murder, and kidnapping perpetrated on a fricking daily basis by these power mad sociopaths.

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The difference is People volunteer to go to doctors.


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Harmon-Wright is serving a three-year prison sentence after being convicted in January on manslaughter and unlawful shooting charges. He's also a defendant in the lawsuit.

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The whole story was sad all-around

It should also be noted that

It should also be noted that her husband was pursuing a case against the local police department was found dead in his apartment for natural causes. Gary Cook had filed a $5.35 million wrongful death suit.


The guy got 3 years.


I'd say that the Witness "Joe" is in...


Better watch his back.

If his testimony is true, that cop should go to jail for homicide.

But the witness will probably commit suicde with 3 gunshot wounds to his head and the cop will get a one-year paid vacation. And the surviving husband will have to pay all legal fees.

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It should be noted...

It should be noted that this story is from 2012 and that the thug cop was sentenced to 3 years for voluntary manslaughter. He should have got life.



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"He should have got life."

I agree, the brainwashed thug will be back on the streets probably in less than a year.