- From: Bama Brian <bamaNOTbrian@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 21 Aug 2007 09:29:22 -0400
"Bama Brian" <bamaNOTbrian@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:13cjsl5o65vtm50@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Nope. In at least 28 local, state, and federal court decisions, the courts have _unanimously_ ruled that the police have no duty whatsoever to protect the citizens.
And that included cases where the cops _knew_ that something horrendous was going down.
Then why do you continue to pay their salaries?
Good luck with calling a cop for protection, Spaz. You'll need it.
I've done it. It worked.
Another flat assertion with no possible way to verify the incident. An incident that you've not bothered to share. Just how did the cop "protect" you, Spaz? Did he ask your neighbor to turn down his stereo?
Still, those court cases and judgments exist. And you're a fool to believe that the cops will be there when it's your life at stake.
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