‘The Cop was Being a Cop!’

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‘The Cop was Being a Cop!’

Post by Benjamin Bice » Wed Oct 02, 2019 11:01 pm

‘The Cop was Being a Cop!’: Former ICE Dir. Slams Fairfax Police for Suspending Cop for Helping ICE

Former ICE director Tom Homan in an interview with “Fox & Friends” Wednesday morning slammed Fairfax County Police Chief Edwin Roessler Jr. for suspending one of his officers for cooperating with ICE.



The officer was “relieved of all law enforcement duties” after turning over a driver who had a warrant out for his arrest for failing to appear to a deportation hearing.

Roessler issued a statement about the incident, saying this “damages our reputation” and that he has “stated many times that our officers shall not act as immigration agents,” as MRCTV reported Tuesday.

Homan said that Roessler “ought to remember what it’s like to be a cop” and for him to punish a cop for “being a cop” is ludicrous.

"Here's a police officer responding to a traffic accident caused by an illegal alien that has no driver's license, has no insurance. He ran him through the system. There's an outstanding warrant from ICE because he's in the country illegally. He's a fugitive from justice because he didn't show up in court," Homan said. "The cop was being a cop!"

"And, for the chief to suspend them,” he continued, “maybe the chief ought to remember what it's like to be a cop. Because the chief stopped being a cop when he made that decision. He became a politician.”



The identity of the officer suspended has not been revealed publicly.

As if it weren't enough to suspend his own officer for following the law, the Fairfax police chief has also ordered an internal investigation into the Sept. 21 incident.

Homan said that Roessler has made it clear that “the community comes second; politics come first.”


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Re: ‘The Cop was Being a Cop!’

Post by Jim Mathias » Fri Oct 04, 2019 12:15 am

Most cops know which way the political winds blow, this one must not have taken in the Semitically Correct narrative internally.

Let's keep working towards the day when he (assuming he's White, of course) can be hired by us.
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Re: ‘The Cop was Being a Cop!’

Post by PhuBai68 » Sat Oct 05, 2019 2:57 pm

On cops I think of New Jersey cops who knowing ruin peoples' lives - not criminals but honest, tax paying, law abiding citizens who just happen to fall prey to New Jersey's unconstitutional firearm laws.
What is legal in your state will get you thrown in prison in New Jersey.
My question is, "Why are the police doing this?"
It isn't like they're pulling some evil felon off the street, they're arresting good people mostly just passing through.
Some examples

The officer approached the vehicle and asked Barnes if he had any guns in the vehicle. The man responded that he kept a handgun behind his driver's seat for protection. That is completely legal in Pennsylvania. He is allowed to carry a personal defense pistol in Pennsylvania. But in New Jersey, that is a felony. Barnes didn't know that.

Police put Barnes in handcuffs for illegally carrying a handgun and then searched his car. They found two rifles and another two pistols. Barnes had gone to the shooting range the day before and forgot to take the firearms out of his car before he drove into New Jersey. Even worse, the rifle, though legal in his home state of Pennsylvania, was considered an "assault weapon" under New Jersey law. And the ammunition in his pistols — hollow points — are classified as DumDum rounds and illegal to possess outside the home.

This man wasn't dangerous. He wasn't trying to hurt anyone. He was pulled over for failing to use his turn signal just ten minutes from the Pennsylvania border and because he admitted to carrying a handgun across state lines, he now faces a combined 28 years in prison for his "crimes."


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https://www.njherald.com/news/20190908/ ... lt-weapons
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