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Jacrispy 1 point ago +1 / -0

That's what I was thinking. There are no mask mandates in GA so they couldn't arrest or detain for that. However Costco has a mask policy Schick is their right as a private business. Per GA law of an entity tells you to leave and you do not then it is criminal trespass. Again we are commenting on a video that takes place halfway through what happened. If there is a longer video I would like to see it.

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Jacrispy 7 points ago +7 / -0

That was my grandfather. He grew in a poor farming family in GA. Dropped out of school in 3rd grade in order to help with the farming. Joined the Army and stormed the beaches of Normandy on D-Day. Came back at started working in the roofing business. Eventually started his own commercial roofing business that was doing major projects with big corporations. The man died of liukemia in 1993. He died a millionaire. All that white privilege.

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Jacrispy 1 point ago +1 / -0

Remember when you would see a movie just because it was a new Stallone, Arnold, JCVD, etc. movie. I definitely don't think that exists these days.

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Jacrispy 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's my understanding that he has armed security at his homes including off duty police. Must be terrifying to be able to hire off duty officers at $50/hr to keep him safe. I wish those officers would quit working that off duty job.

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Jacrispy 2 points ago +2 / -0

Haha. Nah. He likes to say, "when I'm dead and gone these will all be yours." So who am I to stop what makes him happy.

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Jacrispy 7 points ago +7 / -0

I'm a police officer. Just this weekend my seven year old saw a state trooper pull over a vehicle and he started asking questions. I had a mini talk with him about what to do when encountering police. Obviously because of his age I didn't go into a lot of detail but as he gets older we will continue the conversation.

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Jacrispy 13 points ago +13 / -0

My 71 year olds dad is a true redneck. I outweigh this man by a good 100 lbs but I'm still afraid of his wirey ass. The man only knows hard work and has a personal arsenal at home. One of his hobbies while being retired is going to the local gun shop and buying 3-5 new guns a week. Let them underestimate the redneck. It will be their downfall.

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Jacrispy 8 points ago +8 / -0

I'm surprised they didn't try to put a tourniquet on his head.

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Jacrispy 2 points ago +2 / -0

Things that didn’t happen for 200 Alex

“ During the meeting, Reed said, “My sophomore year of high school I was arrested for attending a basketball game because I didn’t have my ID. I sat in a police station for six hours. I knew it wasn’t right at all, but inside I was angry, confused.”

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Jacrispy 0 points ago +1 / -1

He pulled him over for speeding. Guy admitted he was going 60 in a 40. Officer knows this because he was speeding while trying to catch another speeder. Guy flicks off officer which caught the officers attention. That was what he meant by don't be a heatseeker.

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Jacrispy 3 points ago +3 / -0

During the riots I saw a lot of this first hand. So many people taking pics for social media. It's truly pathetic.

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Jacrispy 1 point ago +1 / -0

Absolutely. I don’t fault you for wanting to verify.

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Jacrispy 2 points ago +2 / -0

I may or may not work for APD. The website is legit but I know that I can’t verify it for you. It was setup because GoFundMe and PayPal wouldn’t allow any fundraising for the officers. I’ll try to find a way to verify.

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Jacrispy 8 points ago +8 / -0

I keep hearing people describe tasers as non lethal. The correct term is less lethal. Tasers have killed people and officers have been charged from veering from their training and tasing people for too long. Every year officers have to go through taser recertification. It's always the same info. If the person is facing you fire the taser away from the head, neck, and heart. Try to place one dart below the belt line and one above without hitting those certain areas. If the suspect is turned away then again try to put one dart below the belt line and one above. Only difference is when the suspect is turned away the only area you should avoid is the head. Also no nut shots. With all that said sure there are officers who have fucked up and killed someone from tasing them to many times ( 5 second rides). However the taser in the hand of the officer who knows the information I shared is less likely to hurt or kill someone than a fleeing felon who willy nilly fires the taser without regard for the safe areas. Also it is taught to be mindful of your surroundings when using the taser. You don't want someone to seize up and fall and hit their head on a rock or fall off a ledge.

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Jacrispy 2 points ago +2 / -0

The officers legal fees will be payed by the IBPO which they are all a part of. If you want to donate or contact his attorney you can go to Lorussolawfirm.net

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Jacrispy 18 points ago +18 / -0

A good DUI investigation takes time. Ofc. Rolfe was thorough in his investigation and he's a drug recognition expert which is the highest certification you can get for DUI enforcement. A good DUI lawyer would eat up a fast non thorough investigation.

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Jacrispy 50 points ago +50 / -0

His lawyer is Lance LoRusso. He's a top notch police use of force attorney. He's also the lawyer for the six officers that were charged by the same DA the first weekend of the riots.

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