"Next time you have a thought...let it pass."
First off, just as with every other citizen in the City, a Police Officer is innocent until proven guilty. ALL CHARGES must be taken into a court of law.
Secondly, I would not use the term "Rogue Cop" to describe a parent looking for his child. I would think that caring for a child would carrying a more positive name.
If my child was missing I would do the same thing.
This is exactly the kind of cops that need to be gotten rid of. And it's the definition of a rogue cop - one who wants to enforce laws but feels laws don't apply to them.
It sounds to me like this man's daughter is due for a good old fashioned arse whoopin'.
If it was Bruce Willis is a movie he would be the hero.
If he flashed his badge to gain entrance to a home to conduct a warrantless search then yes "Rogue Cop" applies.
Exactly. For having a Facebook account "in violation of his rules."
Why was this man still on the force?In the earlier case, from September, Nicholson was charged with second-degree assault, though the charges were later dropped on the condition that the family attend counseling.
The report shows that according to the girl, Nicholson visited her school during second period and took her out of class, citing a "family emergency." He was angry that she had a Facebook account, and struck her multiple times on the buttocks and forearms with a coaxial cable, the girl said.
A check of school records verified that she had been taken out of class early, police said. She said that on a second occasion, a male friend had called her on the house phone, and when Nicholson found out, she was again struck with the cord, according to the police report.
Yeah, he needs to go.
I'm not agreeing with beating her with a cable, but I do believe in good old fashioned arse whoopin, laid over the knee and smacked on the hiney.
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