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Heezels
Heezels

Useful information, but seemingly one-sided. us vs them mentalities develop as a response to itself. By that I mean, the police aren't the only ones with such a subculture. Entire neighborhoods have this mentality, but on the flip side.

LawfulPolicing
LawfulPolicing

Ha, what you just did is a classic "Whataboutism" logical fallacy example. This is rhetorical tactic of excusing the bad police subculture behavior by comparing it to what you consider bad behavior by others. Whataboutism is a cheap rhetorical tactic that relies on drawing false or sketchy comparisons between two things which may not actually be all that comparable. The moment you compare the revered LE culture to what you believe is "rotten" even worse - i.e. "entire neighborhoods" you lose argument.

Eaglescout
Eaglescout

Cops always lose the argument when all the facts are known. Doesn't make any difference. They are still unaccountable for their crimes.

CraigTee-RetiredSD
CraigTee-RetiredSD

Ya know what REALLY pisses me off? When a jury of the victim's peers find that friggen cop NOT GUILTY for all his dastardly deeds after hearing ALL the evidence from BOTH sides! Dammitt! What ARE they thinking????
They should let us try and convict those cops based upon OUR OWN REAL WORLD EVIDENCE! Thank God for left wing news media that gives us all the information we need to lynch that cop! We're right! That jury that heard ALL the evidence is WRONG! Why? Because we SAY SO THAT'S WHY!!!!