Robocop Arrest Man For Drinking Iced-Tea

This cop thinks his badge gives him extra rights.
This cop thinks his badge gives him extra rights.

Robocop Arrest Man For Drinking Iced-Tea

Drinking iced-tea in public is now an arrestable offense as per Robocop.

WTF, can you believe this Robocop?

Robocop feels BIG with his Badge, GUN…and of course being a member of the  CORRUPT United States JUSTICE SYSTEM,  contolled by the likes of  Judge Joseph Johnston in MA and Judge Moore in NH.  These  judges,  police officers and others   interpret the rules or “laws”  to  punish innocent people as well as advocate for  police brutality and  violation of human rights.  Simple stated:  They do not care!

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Can't get a good image of the cop.  Would love to share his image to the world
Can’t get a good image of the cop. Would love to share his image to the world


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Author: Angela Grant

Angela Grant is a medical doctor. For 22 years, she practiced emergency medicine and internal medicine. She studied for one year at Harvard T. H Chan School Of Public Health. She writes about culture, race, and health.

7 thoughts on “Robocop Arrest Man For Drinking Iced-Tea

  1. I think it’s very disgusting on how this officer or as your phrase it ‘Robocop’ (great phrase I must add) has physical evidence no crime was committed, but being the scumbag he is decides to make his own crime. It’s beyond pitiful some of the law enforcement’s we rely on to protect us these days. He should be revoked of all duties. Very well written Angela, I look forward in reading more of your blogs.

  2. Ha, if they can’t find something then there is always trespassing, disturbing the peace, loitering or resisting arrest. These charges are hard to disprove. Don’t expect the legal system to curb this, judges and prosecutors rely on the cops to bring them their cases, it’s a symbiotic relationship.

    1. They are difficult to disprove yet when their usage goes up astronomically one has to question motive. One reason I feel strongly about starting a victim’s database.

      A database that captures big data on local law enforcement and justice departments as well as allow victims or family to tell their stories and provide copies of evidence. A database will add transparency and hopefully disrupt the symbiotic relationship of organized crime among law enforcement, judges, prosecutors and private prisons.

      1. Be very careful with a victims database, the first problem is that most victims will initially try to ignore it all in the hopes that it will go away. Second problem is that once published, your well intended database can be scraped, meaning, having all the data extracted and used for a different purpose. (usually bad, and for profit)

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