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post #1 of 30 (permalink) Old 05-14-2007, 06:40 PM Thread Starter
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another chase

watch those redneck cops blow pass the construction crew in a chase where the bike wasn't even in sight.

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I love how the other cop parked his vehicle.
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post #5 of 30 (permalink) Old 05-14-2007, 07:22 PM
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hm.... would the cop have pushed his bike over if he wasnt evading the police in a dangerous high speed enviroment???

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hm.... would the cop have pushed his bike over if he wasnt evading the police in a dangerous high speed enviroment???

Probably not. Looks like he was trying to make room before they stood him up.
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post #8 of 30 (permalink) Old 05-14-2007, 07:55 PM
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it is much easier to push over the motorcycle than move the perp. one to the runner and one for the stressed out cop that needs a refresher on ptsd.

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Jesus are they ever gonna catch him. I almost thought it was never gonna end........still watching........ok now they are there.

Looks to me like he pushed the bike to just make room for them to cuff him. I got a feeling the biker didn't know they were after him for that long or he would have cut off that interstate.
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post #11 of 30 (permalink) Old 05-14-2007, 09:27 PM
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Not defending the rider here at all, but the cop shouldn't be on the force in my opinion. He lost control of himself and while this time nothing happened, it could have.
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wth, it looked like he had given up, considering one cop already had him down and it didn't look like he was struggling much, did they really need 5 other guys? Then to ridicule the guy, if they couldn't even see him how was he supposed to know they were after him? If he was running he would've gotten off the expressway

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wth, it looked like he had given up, considering one cop already had him down and it didn't look like he was struggling much, did they really need 5 other guys? Then to ridicule the guy, if they couldn't even see him how was he supposed to know they were after him? If he was running he would've gotten off the expressway
Guy probably got boxed in or had teh bike cop on his ass and couldnt lose him.
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post #15 of 30 (permalink) Old 05-14-2007, 11:15 PM
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That chase should have never happened, way too unsafe to pursuit.
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he pulled over for pete's sake.. I heard something like this when i was in miami about cops "accidently" knocking bikes over
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i saw nothing wrong, except a little profanity,which is human excitement of nerves after chasing someone like that at those speeds.



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one for the stressed out cop
How could he be streesed out he just got paid to really fast on a motorcycle.

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I think it was . I think his adrenline helped him make a bad decision.

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Why was there a high speed pursuit anyway The bikes were pulled over, the idiots on the ground, no struggling, cuffs seemed be on. Why in the hell was the unit rolling like a jag off?? Why was the bike pushed over??

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I didn't see anything wrong with the video, some people are just too uptight.
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just about as exciting as watching nascar.

with alot of the same redneck comments....git r done and get the f$#@ outa my way

just goes to prove that cops are squids too

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i saw nothing wrong, except a little profanity,which is human excitement of nerves after chasing someone like that at those speeds.
I can understand that. Human emotion, adrenaline etc. Was the bike knocked over to keep him from fleeing? If thats the case, why not just take the keys? The guy is in custody, multiple officers are on the scene, yet he intentionally knocks the bike over. I just don't get it.

I don't have sound, but why did so few people not pull over, to give the cop room? You see flashing lights, pullover!

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Not entirely sure why the bike cop pushed the bike over. Like someone suggested above, maybe to make room to stand the guy up? Seems unnecessary to me to push the bike over.

That being said the idiot shouldn't have run. Did anyone else hear one cop ask, "active duty or reservist?" If this guy is military he's totally f*cked.

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That cop used the optional lane more than my brother does
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Weak video and weak story. Basically the cop intentionally pushed it over. I'm trippin' on some of you that don't think it was obvious. Make room to put cuffs on a guy on the ground and being held that way with one cop? There was no struggling or fighting. It was intentional and the rest of the vid (and most of the comments) seem to lean towards the lane.

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Weak video and weak story. Basically the cop intentionally pushed it over. I'm trippin' on some of you that don't think it was obvious.
That's a shocker.

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Everything seems fine except pushing the bike over.
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That's a shocker.
Is not.

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