But yes it is easy to blanket stereotype L.O.s Two recent cases down my way here.
- Deputies were looking for a perp. They banged on a citizens door late at night, not identifying themselves, plain clothes. Well the guy answered the door with gun in hand. The nit wit blasted the poor guy to meet Jesus. WTF over. Talked to my Deputy Bro. "Tim you bang on my door late at night, I answer it with a gun." He was pissed.
-Deputy here, who I know. Driving on a county road texting. Whoops goes off the road and hits a kid 10 feet off the road in the grass. What to do? Drag the body into the road and say he jumped in front of the cruiser. Wrong. Internal affairs nailed him, for lying and covering up a crime seen. Let the lawsuit begin. $$.
Sadly incidents like those blanket cover all in uniform. Which should not be, but it seems to be the in theme. That and WTF is up with all these dog shootings? Damn as a 15 year old kid I worked for a Veternarian and he taught us how to handle mean dogs. How hard is it to learn? Not. You don't have to shoot the poor things. Now if they get ahold of your neck or some kids, shoot.
But way to much in the news on the dog shootings now, as BB posted in one of his threads. That guy was pissed and correct. They should watch the "Dog Whisperer" I like that show, Cesar Millan could show them some good tips.