Categories: Crime


D · January 10, 2024 at 7:57 pm

Who will overthrow tyranny first? Canada or us?

Zhytamyr · January 10, 2024 at 9:02 pm

In a more civilized time, such fellows could be beaten to death with whatever was at hand, thrown into a ditch and the local constabulary alerted if you so chose.

Big Ruckus D · January 10, 2024 at 11:00 pm

My big question is this: now that evidence obtained by video surveillance is no longer useful in assuring prosecution of shitbags caught red handed doing crimes, can we just get rid of all the damn doorbell and other home cameras so it will be easier to practice the 3S method of taking out the trash without being observed?

Tar · January 10, 2024 at 11:39 pm

I currently manage a property of over 200 condos. One of my unit owners this week called to ask me to pull security camera footage of a porch pirate going in his building. I asked him when it took place, he gave me the exact time and day. I said sure, pulled it up, and sent him screenshots of the porch pirate and his accomplice (or possibly girlfriend) making the heist.

I asked him how he had the exact time: he said “Oh I have a Ring Doorbell camera”. I asked him if he’d forwarded the video of the theft to the police and filed a report; he said “Yes, but they asked me if there was any footage from the building camera of the incident before they’d file a report of the crime, so I called you.” I asked him later if there’d been any update and no.

Same deal happens when we have vehicle break-ins, not “Oh I left my door open and someone opened the car and took some shit”, no, actual smash the windows and grab shit break ins. If you have no footage, they don’t take a report. And per the other dude, apparently even if you do have footage, they don’t take a report.

The police don’t want to file the reports because they’re apparently understaffed and cops are quitting or transferring in droves from the local County police departments around the big blue cities (we have Soros prosecutors both in my home county and my workplace county). Thus, if they have to file shitloads of police reports of thefts because it’s becoming a fucking free-for-all here, it exposes them and makes them look bad.

“Making the Cops Look Bad” is apparently much worse than stealing shit. About the only time I see them actually do something is when a car itself has been stolen, or there’s a major vehicle accident… or when someone takes a shot at a cop. The last time the third one happened, it had them flying up and down the main drag of my town en masse doing 60 in a 20 while hunting for the dude.

Somebody needs to remind the cops that they don’t exist to protect us from the crooks, they exist to protect the crooks from us. If things like this escalate and Triple-S-Protocol and artisanal compost production starts quietly taking off as a result, I’m not sure if the cops will hunt the vigilantes or if they’ll breathe a sigh of relief and look the other way. Probably the former.

    Don W Curton · January 11, 2024 at 8:05 am

    “I’m not sure if the cops will hunt the vigilantes or if they’ll breathe a sigh of relief and look the other way. Probably the former.”

    You can guarantee the former. Nothing pisses off the powers that be more than someone doing their job for them. For one thing, it’s a perceived theft of their power – i.e. we’re the only ones who should be hunting criminals, not you. For another thing, it makes them look bad, in that we can’t catch crooks but Joe Sixpack can and does.

    They’ll devote WAY more time hunting vigilantes than they do for anything else short of a cop shooting. And, BTW, a cop shooting gets WAY more attention than a civilian shooting. Either way, there’s a problem color and that color is blue.

      Tar · January 11, 2024 at 9:41 am

      Don, sadly enough I agree entirely on the police response to vigilantes and your reasoning for that conclusion. Considering the level of crime we’re dealing with, and their lack of resources to address the problems, I’m wondering if there isn’t a compromise solution.

      Back inna day, when we had pretty much jack shit in terms of a Navy to fight the British, the US licensed Privateers to back up the few ships we did have (I think we commissioned something like six frigates originally) and they did a pretty good job.

      The Constitution provides for the ability of the US to license privateers to take on our enemies in time of war: it was common practice for nations back in the day to issue Letters of Marque and Reprisal to private citizens to take on our enemies, seize their shipping, and sell the cargo and prizes in US ports, with the government getting a cut.

      I wonder if it’d be possible for our governments (State and County) to piggyback on that and issue Letters of Marque and Reprisal to take on serious known criminals that the cops can’t touch? Talking known gang-bangers and shit like that. Give ’em a “dead or alive” bounty like the Old West and the right to any spoils (seized weapons and vehicles, perhaps) and I betcha a lot of folks would consider it. Maybe even some frustrated cops…

      My guess is even if that were legally possible, the politicians are a bunch of pussies and would fear reprisal hits from the gangs. MS-13 chopped up a teenage girl in my town a few years back because they were afraid she’d be snitchin’. I don’t doubt for one second that guys like that would target politicians who put a bounty on their heads.

        Don W Curton · January 11, 2024 at 2:01 pm

        I’m not sure a Letter of Marque would hold water when issued to use against the American criminal class. Those were generally issued against state enemies who existed external to the state. I could see a Letter of Marque issued to someone willing to travel south and take on a cartel or two, but getting the porch pirates in your neighborhood who are following the Amazon delivery van is off the table.

        That said, I could see something similar for border security. For a given fee (paid or received), your (gun club, private militia, boy scout troop) would be granted sole rights to guard the Tx/Mx border between mile markers X and Y. We don’t need to know the details, just keep ’em on the south side and try not to leave too many dead bodies in the water.

        Obviously this is all hypothetical talk, not something I’m seriously suggested, and not some rabid MAGA right-winger wet dream. Definitely not going fed-poast. Hell, I got two dogs.

        John · January 11, 2024 at 7:39 pm

        Unfortunately, the “serious known criminals the cops can’t touch” are running the country.

    ModernDayJeremiah · January 11, 2024 at 10:05 pm

    “Artisanal compost production”. ROFL. At least the “artisanal compost will be “vibrant” and “diverse”.

Aesop · January 11, 2024 at 11:53 am

Canaduh’s been full retard for decades. They’re literally nothing they could do to affirm it beyond what’s already on display.
This comes of being the descendants of all the kids who kissed the King’s buttocks back in the day.

Canuckistan is simply less shy about announcing their retardation publicly now.

Elect Castro’s bastard son in haste, repent at leisure.
Our retards had to steal an election.
Canada’s won it fair and above-board.

    Mike in Canada · January 11, 2024 at 6:30 pm

    Not all of us voted for that twat, any of the times he stood. Now that CSIS has explained the degree to which the CCP has had control (to one extent or other) of Canadian federal elections since 1982, the suspicion that Castro Jr was never actually ‘elected’ begins to gather some credence… It’s not just a vast, right-wing conspiracy anymore.
    The decision tree is just getting shorter and shorter, all the time. People are simply going to stop reporting crimes…

SoCoRuss · January 11, 2024 at 4:09 pm

Whenever I hear someone say, It cant get any worse, I just laugh and say wait for it, it will.

There is no freaking way this is incompetence, its all well planned and thought out. All you have to do it start it off correctly and events take care of them selves like a snowball going downhill.

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