This blog often criticizes bad cops. In this case, I want to commend this cop for staying calm and doing his job in a professional manner.

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Boneman · March 6, 2024 at 6:15 am

Agreed. He handled that in a very cool, calm and professional manner. The young man driving the car was the “Dick” in this scenario for sure.

One thing I’ve always practiced if I’ve ever been stopped (rarely if ever it happens) is something my Dad shared. “Yes, Sir! No, Sir, No EXCUSE, Sir!” With a respectful smile. Usually gets a pretty positive response. But I have also had to deal with a prick or two. Gotta remember that Police are dealing with assclowns like that little turd on a daily basis. Act like an adult and give them a modicum of respect, it usually helps.

Thing in this case is, I’m betting the young fellow will be putting on the CLOAK OF VICTIMIZATION pursuant to the entire incident. He will have learned absolutely nothing. He will become the PERSECUTED by the MAN and will wear that badge with HONOR. His story among his friends will become LEGEND as to how HE was ABUSED by THE SYSTEM… etc….

And I would bet that mommy or daddy will pay all his fines for him too. So much for accountability.

    TCK · March 7, 2024 at 1:22 am

    Jokes on him that case. He’s a white male with a white Karen mom.
    Playing the victim card is only gonna work if he decides he’s trans now.

      BadFrog · March 10, 2024 at 6:24 am

      Give him time to think of that…

Miguel GFZ · March 6, 2024 at 7:13 am

He had a totally nice kid compared to this

neomunitor · March 6, 2024 at 7:42 am

Pinal County, smack between Phoenix and Tucson, both Democrat shitholes and cartel strongholds. But kudos to the officer for being a pro. He probably sees these snowflakes all the time.

Thatguy · March 6, 2024 at 8:21 am

This cop is such a liar he can’t even testify in court anymore. Do your research.

    Divemedic · March 6, 2024 at 9:04 am

    This post was not meant to be a biographical documentary about the cop’s life. It was a comment on his demeanor during this particular instance

      Matthew · March 6, 2024 at 10:39 am

      I agree that in this vid, this cop, Deputy Frank Sloup, handled everything very well. I’m sure he edited the video himself though. He remained pretty calm this time, but he is kinda famous for being a jerk. I don’t know about the whole testify thing, but he can be a serious ass at times. It’s not illegal to be a jerk, whether you’re a cop or a citizen, but I find it hard to believe Frank’s supervisors are on board with his antics sometimes.

      We all have good days and bad days.

        Tennessee Budd · March 6, 2024 at 7:22 pm

        “…whether you’re a cop or a citizen…”
        Cops are citizens. They are also civilians.

Vlad · March 7, 2024 at 6:51 pm

Agreed on the calm.
Little bitch that needs Mom to handle a traffic stop also needs an ass kicking while emptying a can of OC in his crotch.

I got one of those 20 over tickets back in the 90s. (AZ defines Criminal Speed as 20 over or anything over 85)
Way back then it was about $350. I can’t imagine the cost has gone down.
Usually driving on a DUI suspension results in being arrested on the spot. No idea why this turd burgler didn’t get the same treatment.

D · March 8, 2024 at 12:14 pm

Kid didn’t harm anyone or damage any property. The cop is out there victimizing the public.

    Divemedic · March 8, 2024 at 12:20 pm

    The cop isn’t the one who made it illegal to drive 20 mph over the speed limit. Your anger is misplaced.

      D · March 8, 2024 at 12:26 pm

      The cops aren’t the ones who outlawed AR-15s in my state either, but they swore an oath to uphold and defend the Constitution, not blindly enforce unconstitutional bullshit to get a paycheck.

        Divemedic · March 9, 2024 at 1:15 am

        So can you show me where in the Constitution are speed limits prohibited?

          D · March 9, 2024 at 10:33 am

          Come on…you know that’s not how the Constitution works.
          If something isn’t explicitly prohibited, the government can just do whatever the hell it wants?

          The closest thing I’ve ever been able to find is the tenth amendment which would reserve it to the states or the people. But pretty much everything falls under that.

          Books aren’t explicitly mentioned on the Constitution. Does that mean the states can ban books? Sure, you can cry “freedom of the press”…but hey…they were totally allowed to author the books and print them. They just can’t *sell* them.

          Which is along the same lines as “you have the freedom to walk” so the government isn’t restricting your freedom of movement that frequently comes up during debates like this.

SP RN · March 8, 2024 at 2:46 pm

I simply don’t trust most of what I see on the internet, and this video is no exception.
He had a cameraman following him. This was likely staged and scripted, for… reasons.


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