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  1. Love
    July 28, 2012 @ 6:00 pm

    Liz, there are many good police men and women but there are the bad police officers as well. We just have to pray for them because you right there are many innocent people that get falsely convicted. I had a friend who was innocent and wrongly convicted, served almost a year in jail before they was released. We thank God for answering prayers.

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    • liz
      July 29, 2012 @ 12:30 am

      Love, you’re right, that we need to pray for them, as they DO risk their lives to “protect and serve” their communities. I have two friends who are police, and they ARE good men, but, as you said, there are many who take the “power” aspect too seriously and are abusive to their wives and children, and the few, who make the rest look bad, who use that power unrighteously, and work alot of evil in our communities. I knew a deputy in another state who molested his step children (male and female), and finally got busted for trading “no tickets or arrests” for sex. He was so perverted and yet, was a “pillar” in our church UNTIL the truth came out, and now he’s doing time with the other sexual perverts, which IS deserved. What really saddened me was that his wife stayed with/behind him, and turned her back on her OWN children………….. So sad, and creepy.

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  2. Kitty Litter
    July 28, 2012 @ 2:12 pm

    Hey Phil, it looks like HE was the robbery in progress.

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    • liz
      July 28, 2012 @ 5:06 pm

      To Phil and Kitty Litter, you’re both probably right, UNLESS, you remember the survey results that came out a few or more years ago, that they DO NOT hire intelligent people to be police officers, because they’ve found that they get bored with the job, so they hire ONLY the one’s who score in the middle range of the tests! That, too, does not leave me feeling too safe when we call on them to handle our emergencies, knowing they are not the brightest bulbs in our communities. Perhaps that is WHY there are so many “convicted, though innocent” prisoners doing time. The “Innocence Project” is finding more and more who have been wrongly convicted because of police bungling/hiding/losing, and simply not investigating any other possible suspects, etc. These people have freed many, who’ve been proved innocent, beyond a shadow of doubt.
      My point is that maybe the driver hasn’t realized that he’s dragging a noisy hose, attached to his car – and possibly creating sparks as it drags and bounces down the road.

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  3. Phil
    July 28, 2012 @ 1:29 pm

    Must have got an robbery in progress call. LOL!!

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