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Analysis posted Mar 24 2014, 1:44 PM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: InformationLiberation Print

Girl Writes Cop A Ticket For Breaking The Law, Cop Laughs Hysterically

Chris | InformationLiberation



A 14-year-old girl caught Baytown, Texas police officer Tommy King parking illegally, so she wrote him a ticket, ordering him to pay $10 to their local apartment manager. When King returned to his car to find the ticket, he says he "started laughing immediately."

Instead of ticketing himself and apologizing for breaking the very laws he enforces against others, he wrote the girl a $40 gift card for Toys-R-Us, in essence, buying the little girl off with her parent's own tax money.

The story is supposed to be all "cute," and to an extent it is, but really it just shows the cop's hypocrisy.

On the flip side, perhaps King should be applauded for not tasing her and having her arrested for "impersonating an officer."
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Anonymous

Posted: Mar 24 2014, 10:02 PM

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150101 The $40 would have been out of his own pocket.
Anonymous

Posted: Mar 24 2014, 10:12 PM

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71220 Get a life. I'm so tired of people and their opinions.
Chris

Posted: Mar 24 2014, 10:14 PM

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Yes from his own pocket, now where does that money come from?
Anonymous

Posted: Mar 24 2014, 10:14 PM

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72239 Yeah, I don't know any agency that gives road officers purchasing cards or gift vouchers. It also doesn't say if he was on a call, or what violation he committed. Parking laws get violated when officers have to respond to incidents, particularly if they are private community rules.
Anonymous

Posted: Mar 24 2014, 10:20 PM

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72239 I'm sorry, he was parked in the emergency lane. Which is used for emergency lanes. The head in rule is completely un enforceable unless his city/county has an ordinance.
Anonymous

Posted: Mar 24 2014, 10:22 PM

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9773 I am training to be law enforcement . Cops pay taxes too. Plus $40 is a hell of a lot more than $10 on a cops salary trust me."Fire lane" is also reserved for law enforcement or it is in my neck of the woods at least.This officer does not seem to be the type to bitch about every little thing like that anyway.Sure there are a few bad cops that try to charge everyone with every little thing they can, but most of us are willing to cut someone a break.To me there are some that are TOO lenient and do not do their jobs at all.That's just my two cents
Anonymous

Posted: Mar 24 2014, 10:23 PM

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70190 Just appreciate the fact he wasn't a douche. You fucks are tiresome.
Anonymous

Posted: Mar 24 2014, 10:34 PM

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174230 An apartment parking lot is private property therefore the city or state parking laws do not apply.
Anonymous

Posted: Mar 24 2014, 10:39 PM

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17256 Wow, some of you are retarted. A police officers pay is not tax money after he earns it. So stop whining. Emergency lanes are for, yup, you guessed it, for emergency personell. This country is becoming a joke because of you whiny little babies.
Anonymous

Posted: Mar 24 2014, 10:48 PM

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7576 Wow, biased much? Ya' know, cops pay taxes as well soooo....how do you figure, "paid her with her parents money?" Plus no mention of the fact that he paid the $10 fine to management.
Anonymous

Posted: Mar 24 2014, 11:00 PM

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98222 Jamie is an idiotic little shit. Police vehicles are allowed to park in fire lanes, on curbs, and otherwise ignore posted signs. This is the sort of thing that further cements the police's "us vs. them" mentality in some areas. Rather than ask the officer why he parked in the fire lane, she left him a "ticket" demanding he pay money. Furthermore, I don't feel it was appropriate for him to reward little miss police impersonator and would be extortionist.
While she may feel she did the "right thing", what she did was commit a double felony and left the evidence on the officer's car.
I applaud the officer for laughing it off-- however, he should have then taken the moment to explain the Texas Motor vehicle codes and criminal codes that cover his ability to park where he needs to, and why what she did is illegal. I don't think she should have been arrested, just counseled. In case you're wondering, I'm a retired cop.
Ivy League Finance Guy

Posted: Mar 24 2014, 11:07 PM

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7699 Clearly the cops posting here may have a license to kill ... but they don't know diddly about finance.

You people blabbering on about "it's not tax money!":

The government -- at all levels -- cannot create its own money. In the absence of United States Notes, even the feds purchase cash from the private Federal Reserve System. (Coins are an exception but they are also irrelevant in the scheme of things; hardly even a rounding error on the books.)

While a cops owns the cash in his pocket never forget this: it was taken at threat of violence from the citizenry. If a government employee "pays taxes" he is in reality merely rebating a portion of his receipts to provide the illusion of solidarity with the private sector.

It is the solemn duty of a civil servant to steward his money as though it was a holy temple sacrifice because that's what it is.

You know, sort of the way we used to treat human life.

Ivy League Finance Guy

Posted: Mar 24 2014, 11:26 PM

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7699 Oh and anonymous 11PM:

A retired cop huh?

Yeah, a retired cop.

What? You expected a doctor or an accountant?!
Chris

Posted: Mar 24 2014, 11:28 PM

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Police are tax-feeders, not taxpayers. That they return some of the taxpayer money they get doesn't mean they're "paying taxes" like everyone else. They're parasitically living off the private sector who creates all the wealth before the government can loot it and dole it out to it's henchmen and political cronies.
Anonymous

Posted: Mar 24 2014, 11:47 PM

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9773 Chris you are starting to really piss me off.I'll use this analogy so you're pea sized brain just might understand.say a kid works at McDonald's he earns his pay check and pays taxes on it, then a customer comes in and demands money from him.Do you think the kid should give back the Money HE EARNED ?!?! If you do you truly are retarded.
Chris

Posted: Mar 24 2014, 11:47 PM

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LOL @ "Retired cop" Anon 98222, what a hilariously funny comment.

"While she may feel she did the "right thing", what she did was commit a double felony and left the evidence on the officer's car."

LOL. Man you clowns are so self-righteous it boggles my mind.

"I don't feel it was appropriate for him to reward little miss police impersonator and would be extortionist."

Is this an indirect admission ticketing people is extortion? Because on that point I agree entirely.

And yes, police can break any law they want, that's the problem. There's a whole street for him to park on legally, why do it in a fire lane? It reminds me of this video from a while back where an NYPD officer parked her car in front of a fire hydrant, then didn't move a muscle when she heard fire-trucks' sirens going off. What's it matter to her if some plebes burn to death? She needed a scone! : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=052S1yg-zR0
Chris

Posted: Mar 25 2014, 12:01 AM

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@ Anon 9773

Yes, I'm aware you respond to logic and reason with anger and violence, I know your type very well.

To respond to what little I can make out from your statement, no, a McDonald's worker does not have to hand the money that he earned over to someone robbing him.

The difference between that scenario and cops is police are the robbers in your scenario, they rob taxpayers who don't want to voluntarily pay for their services, and jail and kill people who don't go along with it. A police officers' paycheck is attained through extorting tax-slaves, not through voluntary trading value for value on the free market.

The cop didn't "earn" his salary any more than a robber "earned" his payday after robbing someone, he stole it from producers who earned it, McDonald's workers included.
Anonymous

Posted: Mar 25 2014, 12:02 AM

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9773 Yes Chris, you can post your silly little story about a NYPD officer, but that just means you are admitting that this article is losing it's value to your cause and you need some more material to come on here and bitch about.
Anonymous

Posted: Mar 25 2014, 12:07 AM

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9773 OK,if our services are useless don't call 911 next time you're getting mugged,robbed, have an injury or your house catches on fire(EMS and fire are emergency services too)
Anonymous

Posted: Mar 25 2014, 12:11 AM

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9773 I am not the violent type, but there was an officer killed here recently in the line of duty which is why I'm pissed off when I see stupid shit like this.
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