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Jim H. - Virginia US
Jim H. - Virginia US

Nonsense. When the video begins, at 0:02-0:05, you can see that he is walking directly toward a group of other people (behind the telephone pole). You think he was going to stash them in his patrol car (which is who knows where)?

It's amazing how bias can make someone so gullible.

Hi_estComnDenomn
Hi_estComnDenomn

He sure did put down that bottle quickly when he realized who rolled up

Jim H. - Virginia US
Jim H. - Virginia US

Here is the actual video from WFAA...

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Hi_estComnDenomn
Hi_estComnDenomn

Nice. Now I can see him try to steal liquor in HD

Jim H. - Virginia US
Jim H. - Virginia US

Haha. The benefit is that you can see a little more before and after, and you can hear the news crew, and see that there are people everywhere.

It's pretty clear that he wasn't looting, and when the news crew arrived, they just happened to catch a moment when the cop was passing a brain stone, and said to himself, "now where should I put this stuff?"

Anyway, you fell for the Reddit cop haters, because you are not more scrutinizing and prefer to rush to judgement on people based upon how they look, instead of thinking of alternatives and seeking out complete information. Aren't you ashamed of yourself? Rhetorical question.

Hi_estComnDenomn
Hi_estComnDenomn

not at all. I suppose I'd be ashamed if I was a cop caught looting by a news crew though. it's clear as day, even with your convoluted stories.

IseeWhereThisIsGoing
IseeWhereThisIsGoing

wait a second... are you telling me the lowest common demomn would spread a fake story that is clearly false, to suit an anti-cop agenda? I mean, it's not like he and his kind (and by that, I mean the self employed) wouldn't have already raided the liquor store before the cops even got there.

oh, and in case you want the actual detail on why he had the liquor bottles in his hand (newsflash, he wasn't stealing them):

The officer said people were loitering outside the liquor store and that he had confiscated the bottles from someone there, said a Dallas police spokesperson.

Officials pulled the officer's dash camera footage and checked his logs. They have not released the name of the officer.

The officer said he approached a woman with bottles in her hands, took them and put them on the ground.

"He was protecting the property of the business owner. The officer was also there to assist anyone in need of help," Dallas police said in a written statement.

IseeWhereThisIsGoing
IseeWhereThisIsGoing

do you ever get tired of being wrong? instead of making up a story that he was looting, why not actually get the facts, that is supported by video and radio traffic?

The officer said people were loitering outside the liquor store and that he had confiscated the bottles from someone there, said a Dallas police spokesperson.

Officials pulled the officer's dash camera footage and checked his logs. They have not released the name of the officer.

The officer said he approached a woman with bottles in her hands, took them and put them on the ground.

"He was protecting the property of the business owner. The officer was also there to assist anyone in need of help," Dallas police said in a written statement.

ScaleriBrosLawyer
ScaleriBrosLawyer

Oof that's embarassing for you. Jumping to conclusions before the facts are reported. Still, I guess that's the same for all you anti-cop morons. Hysterics over logic.

ScaleriBrosLawyer
ScaleriBrosLawyer

Another good breakdown: https://youtu.be/VaQNk2km8k4