To Serve and Protect… For Dinner?

One thing that many people fail to realize is that the police are the people and the people are the police. If you take a big enough subsection of population, you are going to come up with social outliers. That is to say that you will find sickos in any group of people if you take a large enough sample. There are an estimated 35,000 officers employed by the New York Police Department, which makes it slightly less surprising that you can find some bad seeds in their ranks. But, when they are being arrested for conspiring to kidnap, rape, torture, murder, and eat women using official databases; well, that just goes a little beyond reasonable distribution. How many sociopathic rapist cannibals are acceptable in a 35,000-individual sample anyway? Thanks for giving me yet another reason to avoid big cities. My parents have made recommendations that Jennifer and I should vacation in Chicago, NYC, Paris, and London. No thank you. Certainly not with the world in its current state. There are many places in the world that I would love to visit but for the lack of value put on the individual. Perhaps one day even the big cities of he world will respect an individual’s natural right to self defense, but as long as people are treated as subjects and chattel in such places, I’ll be staying in flyover country.

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4 thoughts on “To Serve and Protect… For Dinner?

  1. Dang. There’s always bad apples in any group/profession….but this guy isn’t even what I would consider an “apple”. This is a completely different fruitcake, and needs to be removed from the barrel immediately. By firing squad, preferably.

  2. To be fair, out of all those cities you listed, New York is by far the safest(partly because they’re are 35K cops, partly because Guiliani decided to stop allowing small time criminals to skate on alot of minor convictions during his term as Mayor). To put things in perspective, you’re twice as likely to get murdered in Tulsa than you are in New York..

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