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Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Mn Justice rules

 more like injustice.

police will strictly control what goes on reports of they are allowed at all. calling them in any given situation or city you ocassionaly get someone who genuinely wants to make life better for people and or resolve conflicts not arrest people.  they might ocassionaly help if your car is stuck and they pass by. 

in general though if u role the dice and get male or female officer ahole you will have bad times from there on in and expect it to follow you

if they fuck up triple what I just said do not expect this org to double back even if they enforce life threatening decisions on hearsay bad info.

general rules to increase odds you don't have a bad time.

  • don't call them
  • dome light / cab light on if you are in a vehical and they are on the way or pull you over. officer nice doesnt deserve the worry and everyone Inbetween to ahole, none of them have had psych evals and all Minnesota police thus far have not just guns mace and tazers but knees as well. they also only have a 50 percent chance of losing their job if fired. (union arbitration) you are a serf most likely, don't forget this non elected official can probably kill you for paid leave. most won't. we need to change the accountability levels asap though.
  • hands where they can see them as they approach.. again put yourself in the postion, u probably haven't had a psych eval either and might be bat shit like officer Hanson. little did we know... Rorey is covid.
  • start with respect, good to maintain even if you get One playing judge and not returning it. some units have body cams others audio recorders not sure mgpd has anything yet but although police can't testify for you.. you'll be a better person for it as well.. but if it's played on court it can also only help if officer is out of pocket and you try to be respectful. currently it may only help your dead body but assuming covid ends and the world doesn't collapse maybe we change how this all works

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