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Fairfax County Police Heros
Posted by: deucL ()
Date: July 17, 2016 03:58PM

William M. Walker
Adam Torres
Thomas Champ

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Re: Fairfax County Police Heros
Posted by: deucL ()
Date: July 17, 2016 04:04PM

William M. Walker pedophile
Adam Torres murderer
Thomas Champ pederast/ephebophile

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Re: Fairfax County Police Heros
Posted by: bbV4W ()
Date: July 19, 2016 02:14AM

bump

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Re: Fairfax County Police Heros
Posted by: Ying Ko ()
Date: July 19, 2016 04:40AM

heroes

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Re: Fairfax County Police Heros
Posted by: xvTHm ()
Date: July 31, 2016 05:34PM

Indeed. Heroes all.

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Re: Fairfax County Police Heros
Posted by: Since 1979 ()
Date: July 31, 2016 05:41PM

12" Super Deli with hot peppers, and a bag of chips.

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Re: Fairfax County Police Heros
Posted by: kumJT ()
Date: August 14, 2016 07:23AM

Champ needs to be in jail for what he does.

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Re: Fairfax County Police Heros
Posted by: doebel ()
Date: August 14, 2016 07:34AM

Officer Johnson and Officer Doebel were amazing Sydney Lanier middle school cops

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Re: Fairfax County Police Heros
Posted by: BLM & Hillary ()
Date: August 14, 2016 08:26AM

doebel Wrote:
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> Officer Johnson and Officer Doebel were amazing
> Sydney Lanier middle school cops


The racist name of this school shall be changed in the next wave of our emancipation.

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Re: Fairfax County Police Heros
Posted by: 6nNGD ()
Date: August 20, 2016 03:00AM

>Officer Johnson and Officer Doebel were amazing Sydney Lanier middle school cops


Did they help you get your rocks off? How does buggery feel?

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Re: Fairfax County Police Heros
Posted by: goobers ()
Date: August 23, 2016 01:48PM

Cops and héros cannot be in the same sentence.

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Re: Fairfax County Police Heros
Posted by: Dog Walker1 ()
Date: August 23, 2016 07:07PM

deucL Wrote:
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> William M. Walker
> Adam Torres
> Thomas Champ


Do you really think that it's fair to judge 1400 or so officers of FCPD based on the actions of a very few?

I sure wouldn't want to be judged based on the actions of some other FFXUG posters.

Everyday law enforcement officers in Fairfax Cnty and around the country go into dangerous situations to try to safeguard the rest of us.

One of the few times that I listened to FCPD radio transmissions, the dispatcher directed officers to "see the woman in the parking lot of the _______ hotel" [I forgot the name of the hotel, it was one of those around Fair Oaks Mall].

Dispatcher continued, "woman claims that she is a prostitute and her pimp, street name "Dangerous" [or some such name], is in the hotel searching for her to punish her. Dangerous is unstable and always carries a gun, according to the woman."

So who here is brave enough and would readily drive over to that parking lot to investigate?

If you hate cops, next time you need help call a crackhead!

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It's nice to be important, but it's more important to be nice. - John Cassis on manners

Ignoring juvenile attacks and remarks on the internet for over two decades.

Arguing by deflection or name-calling is an admission that you don't have a rational argument.

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Re: Fairfax County Police Heros
Posted by: ptm ()
Date: August 23, 2016 07:50PM

doebel Wrote:
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> Officer Johnson and Officer Doebel were amazing
> Sydney Lanier middle school cops

Would they be Fairfax CITY cops?

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Re: Fairfax County Police Heros
Posted by: TvvyE ()
Date: August 23, 2016 10:15PM

Dog Walker1 Wrote:
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> If you hate cops, next time you need help call a
> crackhead!

Arguing by deflection or name-calling is an admission that you don't have a rational argument.

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Re: Fairfax County Police Heros
Posted by: Dog Walker1 ()
Date: August 23, 2016 11:47PM

TvvyE Wrote:
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> Dog Walker1 Wrote:
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> > If you hate cops, next time you need help call
> a
> > crackhead!
>
> Arguing by deflection or name-calling is an
> admission that you don't have a rational argument.

Amusing, but a fail, a non sequitur.

No deflection or name-calling there.

The issue is some people's hatred of all (most, 95%, whatever) cops. It's not deflection to talk about hating cops when judging 1400 people from the actions of a few is pretty good evidence of hatred of a whole class of people.

Referring to crackheads is not name-calling as I don't call other posters crackheads. (If you want to call crackheads "rock cocaine addicts," be my guest.) Nor, do I disparage a class of people who are part of the argument.

If you disagree on the last paragraph, please tell me which poster I called a crackhead? Or which group of people who I referred to as crackheads, other than people who are actual crackheads.

Calling actual crackheads by the label "crackheads" is not argument by name-calling anymore than referring to actual drunk drivers by the label "drunk drivers" is argument by name-calling.

This is not argument by disparaging any posters here or any group of people. It simply accurately describes some people.

Crackheads, methheads, heroin-addicts, etc. exist. Indeed, some day you, I, or others on this thread may need to call the cops to deal with such people or other criminals. That's a key point.

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It's nice to be important, but it's more important to be nice. - John Cassis on manners

Ignoring juvenile attacks and remarks on the internet for over two decades.

Arguing by deflection or name-calling is an admission that you don't have a rational argument.

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Re: Fairfax County Police Heros
Posted by: 9Yydc ()
Date: August 24, 2016 01:52AM

we've done a great job of identifying these three fairfax underground. Now lets get them behind bars where they belong and then get the rest of them.

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Re: Fairfax County Police Heros
Posted by: cEk7T ()
Date: August 31, 2016 01:45AM

Clear the faggots like Thomas Champ out of schools.

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Re: Fairfax County Police Heros
Posted by: Space Ghost ()
Date: August 31, 2016 10:50PM

Dog Walker1 Wrote:
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> Do you really think that it's fair to judge 1400
> or so officers of FCPD based on the actions of a
> very few?
>
> I sure wouldn't want to be judged based on the
> actions of some other FFXUG posters.
>
> Everyday law enforcement officers in Fairfax Cnty
> and around the country go into dangerous
> situations to try to safeguard the rest of us.
>
> One of the few times that I listened to FCPD radio
> transmissions, the dispatcher directed officers to
> "see the woman in the parking lot of the _______
> hotel" [I forgot the name of the hotel, it was one
> of those around Fair Oaks Mall].
>
> Dispatcher continued, "woman claims that she is a
> prostitute and her pimp, street name "Dangerous"
> [or some such name], is in the hotel searching for
> her to punish her. Dangerous is unstable and
> always carries a gun, according to the woman."
>
> So who here is brave enough and would readily
> drive over to that parking lot to investigate?

The problem is that the so-called "good cops" typically cover for the bad ones. That makes them bad as well. "Good cops" usually don't report the deeds of bad cops, and they support them when they're criticized. Management covers for the bad cops and often doesn't even fire them, just giving them paid leave for things (such as shooting people without cause) that would land anyone else in prison for years. Prosecutors decline to charge bad cops or they give them incredibly favorable plea deals.

There's an exception recently with the John Geer shooting, where cops have spoken against the shooter and he is being prosecuted, but that is rare.

Also, regarding the girl and the pimp, prostitution wouldn't be so dangerous in the first place if cops weren't enforcing the laws that push it into the black market.

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Re: Fairfax County Police Heros
Posted by: lOvelight ()
Date: April 08, 2023 12:55PM

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Re: Fairfax County Police Heros
Posted by: krawler.IO ()
Date: April 13, 2023 09:04AM

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