Officer Who Pepper-Sprayed a Black Army Medic Is Fired

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When I was instructed to do something that was against regs by higher ups, I just flat refused on several occasions, and then documented it.
What did they do to you when you refused to follow the order and it was a legal order?
I never did that.

I agreed to follow the rules when I signed up and I did.

I didn't try to get subordinates to do dirt for me and then deny that I ever gave those instructions when the investigators came around.


I got a news flash for you; a lot of those lifer vets that you thank for their service, are some of the most ethically challenged and morally corrupt shitbags you will ever meet.

Not all of them are like that, but a hell of a lot more than you think are.

the oathkeepers - who are made up of ex military & cops are some of the insurrectionists that stormed the capital.
What insurrection? You believe that bullshit narrative?
Just out of curiosity, the politicians that are stealing elections so they can keep looting this country, are they cutting you in on their action? Or are you helping them rob us all for free? :rolleyes:

And the oathkeepers are about upholding the oath we all took to support and defend the US Constitution; you find fault with that mission, and you're the problem, not them.

Stop being stupid, we're full up on that around here.

^^^

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wow, i didn't realise just how cray cray you are.

there is documented proof between the various seditious groups who participated in the bloody attempted coup on jan 6th because they wre stooooopid enough to do it via social media. one actually used the word 'insurrection' & they are being taken care of.

but this dude, a founding member of the OKs is facing 30 years & he decided to squeal on his buds.


Capitol riot: Prosecutors get first guilty plea 100 days after attack
Fri, April 16, 2021, 4:18 PM·13 min read

Exactly 100 days since the 6 January riot that saw a pro-Trump mob storm the US Capitol, prosecutors have their first guilty plea.

Jon Schaffer, 53, a member of the Oath Keepers militia group, pleaded guilty to two charges - obstruction of an official proceeding and entering a restricted building with a dangerous weapon.

He is facing 30 years in prison and is expected to co-operate with investigators.


How many arrests so far?


Most of the rioters were allowed to leave the crime scene, forcing investigators to conduct a national manhunt for the pro-Trump crowd that stormed the halls of Congress.

Investigators for the District of Columbia says they have identified over 540 suspects and charged some 400 people in connection with the Capitol siege.

Officials say they are considering filing serious charges of seditious activity against some individuals who were involved in the siege on the Capitol.

According to federal criminal code, seditious conspiracy means an effort to conspire to overthrow the US government.

The punishment is severe: up to 20 years in prison.

Capitol riot: Prosecutors get first guilty plea 100 days after attack
Whatever, because we all know the feds never lie, right?
:rolleyes:



'Wait for the 6th when we are all in DC to insurrection' | New court docs allege Oath Keepers, Proud Boys planned Capitol riot

The FBI says an Oath Keeper bragged about forming an "alliance" between two militia groups and the Proud Boys prior to the January 6 insurrection at the Capitol.

Author: Eric Flack, Stephanie Wilson
Published: 2:10 PM EDT March 24, 2021
Updated: 8:47 PM EDT March 24, 2021

WASHINGTON — Newly released court documents allege extremist groups worked together in the weeks leading up to the January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol.

In court filings opposing alleged Oath Keeper Kelly Meggs' pre-trial release, prosecutors included Facebook messages in which Meggs discussed coordination with other extremist groups who were planning to be in Washington on January 6.

Prosecutors claim Meggs wrote on December 19: “This week I organized an alliance between Oath Keepers, Florida 3%ers and Proud Boys. We have decided to work together and shut this (expletive) down”

Prosecutors allege even more Facebook conversations in which Meggs discusses tactical planning between Oath Keepers and Proud Boys and his disdain for DC police officers.



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'Wait for the 6th when we are all in DC to insurrection' | New court docs allege Oath Keepers, Proud Boys planned Capitol riot

:p
Okay, then why aren't all the other instances of riot, unrest, and attacks on government buildings around the country for the past year being investigated and prosecuted like this one is, then?

If we can hold every single person within a square mile of the one guy (or even a few people) who said shit like this, responsible for everything that went on, why aren't there a few hundred/thousand members of BLM/Antifa sitting in county lock ups across the country awaiting trial?



Racism, segregation, Jim Crow, and apartheid were all bad things because there were 2 sets of rules for different people, and that wasn't fair, and it wasn't just...... how is this shit any different?

You're not fighting against the problem; you are the problem, guy.

ask donny's DOJ & his pitbull barr why they didn't go after 'em.
We have been asking; we're being ignored.

oh well. i'm willing to bet that if they coulda ... they woulda.
 

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When I was instructed to do something that was against regs by higher ups, I just flat refused on several occasions, and then documented it.
What did they do to you when you refused to follow the order and it was a legal order?
I never did that.

I agreed to follow the rules when I signed up and I did.

I didn't try to get subordinates to do dirt for me and then deny that I ever gave those instructions when the investigators came around.


I got a news flash for you; a lot of those lifer vets that you thank for their service, are some of the most ethically challenged and morally corrupt shitbags you will ever meet.

Not all of them are like that, but a hell of a lot more than you think are.

the oathkeepers - who are made up of ex military & cops are some of the insurrectionists that stormed the capital.
What insurrection? You believe that bullshit narrative?
Just out of curiosity, the politicians that are stealing elections so they can keep looting this country, are they cutting you in on their action? Or are you helping them rob us all for free? :rolleyes:

And the oathkeepers are about upholding the oath we all took to support and defend the US Constitution; you find fault with that mission, and you're the problem, not them.

Stop being stupid, we're full up on that around here.

^^^

View attachment 481258

wow, i didn't realise just how cray cray you are.

there is documented proof between the various seditious groups who participated in the bloody attempted coup on jan 6th because they wre stooooopid enough to do it via social media. one actually used the word 'insurrection' & they are being taken care of.

but this dude, a founding member of the OKs is facing 30 years & he decided to squeal on his buds.


Capitol riot: Prosecutors get first guilty plea 100 days after attack
Fri, April 16, 2021, 4:18 PM·13 min read

Exactly 100 days since the 6 January riot that saw a pro-Trump mob storm the US Capitol, prosecutors have their first guilty plea.

Jon Schaffer, 53, a member of the Oath Keepers militia group, pleaded guilty to two charges - obstruction of an official proceeding and entering a restricted building with a dangerous weapon.

He is facing 30 years in prison and is expected to co-operate with investigators.


How many arrests so far?


Most of the rioters were allowed to leave the crime scene, forcing investigators to conduct a national manhunt for the pro-Trump crowd that stormed the halls of Congress.

Investigators for the District of Columbia says they have identified over 540 suspects and charged some 400 people in connection with the Capitol siege.

Officials say they are considering filing serious charges of seditious activity against some individuals who were involved in the siege on the Capitol.

According to federal criminal code, seditious conspiracy means an effort to conspire to overthrow the US government.

The punishment is severe: up to 20 years in prison.

Capitol riot: Prosecutors get first guilty plea 100 days after attack
Whatever, because we all know the feds never lie, right?
:rolleyes:



'Wait for the 6th when we are all in DC to insurrection' | New court docs allege Oath Keepers, Proud Boys planned Capitol riot

The FBI says an Oath Keeper bragged about forming an "alliance" between two militia groups and the Proud Boys prior to the January 6 insurrection at the Capitol.

Author: Eric Flack, Stephanie Wilson
Published: 2:10 PM EDT March 24, 2021
Updated: 8:47 PM EDT March 24, 2021

WASHINGTON — Newly released court documents allege extremist groups worked together in the weeks leading up to the January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol.

In court filings opposing alleged Oath Keeper Kelly Meggs' pre-trial release, prosecutors included Facebook messages in which Meggs discussed coordination with other extremist groups who were planning to be in Washington on January 6.

Prosecutors claim Meggs wrote on December 19: “This week I organized an alliance between Oath Keepers, Florida 3%ers and Proud Boys. We have decided to work together and shut this (expletive) down”

Prosecutors allege even more Facebook conversations in which Meggs discusses tactical planning between Oath Keepers and Proud Boys and his disdain for DC police officers.



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'Wait for the 6th when we are all in DC to insurrection' | New court docs allege Oath Keepers, Proud Boys planned Capitol riot

:p
Okay, then why aren't all the other instances of riot, unrest, and attacks on government buildings around the country for the past year being investigated and prosecuted like this one is, then?

If we can hold every single person within a square mile of the one guy (or even a few people) who said shit like this, responsible for everything that went on, why aren't there a few hundred/thousand members of BLM/Antifa sitting in county lock ups across the country awaiting trial?



Racism, segregation, Jim Crow, and apartheid were all bad things because there were 2 sets of rules for different people, and that wasn't fair, and it wasn't just...... how is this shit any different?

You're not fighting against the problem; you are the problem, guy.

ask donny's DOJ & his pitbull barr why they didn't go after 'em.
We have been asking; we're being ignored.

oh well. i'm willing to bet that if they coulda ... they woulda.
I don't think so.
That's my biggest beef with Trump; he didn't burn them all to the ground and clear out that fucking government snake pit when he had the position and the power to do so.
75% of all government employees should have been out on their asses looking for a real job.
 

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