This is why I have video cameras covering my property and a video doorbell. I don’t answer the door in person, especially at night. I might be home, or I might be on a different continent. This cop mag dumped on a woman for having the audacity to be armed in her own home.

Under these circumstances, some return fire from 5.56 green tip would be appropriate. Aim for the belt buckle when you clap these assholes. You might as well take 3 or 4 of them with you.

Categories: Police State


hh465 · February 21, 2024 at 7:20 pm

What door cam do you use? I’m a fan of the idea, but not a fan of providing surveillance video to the internet and every government agency in the world.

    Jayvee · February 22, 2024 at 2:05 am

    You can find plenty of cameras that utilize small memory chips, but the problem is if the camera itself is damaged or stolen.

    The only “safe” option IMO is a hardwired setup, if you don’t want to open up to any web based solution.

    I use Tapo cameras, but I’m willing to accept the risk of the internet, as I feel comfortable that I have my network locked down fairly well. I also have a memory chip in each of my cameras, but I do NOT utilize their cloud storage, I have the footage set to offload to a quarantined hard drive setup on site, and it overwrites on a 48 hour basis

    Bad Dancer · February 22, 2024 at 6:30 pm

    I use and recommend Lorex cameras and have the same concerns as you.

Aesop · February 21, 2024 at 11:52 pm

And the legal rationale for these two trigger-happy gestapo Barbies not currently being prosecuted for attempted murder is what, exactly…?

Open season should be declared on both of them, wherever and whenever found, unless and until they’re prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, convicted, and serving felony hard time in the state penitentiary. And whoever originally trained them should be demoted two full ranks, on the spot, for criminal negligence.

It’s the only way this sort of institutionalized idiocy ends.

What clueless murderous fucking assholes!

Sleep tight, America.
You’re never at greater danger than when police this retarded arrive on scene.

McChuck · February 22, 2024 at 5:22 am

Two female cops. Girl cops are much more likely to shoot for no good reason, because they can’t physically fight.

Skeptic · February 22, 2024 at 9:02 am

Female cops. Enough said.

McChuck · February 22, 2024 at 11:02 am

Did you see the video of a cop doing a mag dump into the handcuffed prisoner, in the back seat of the cop’s locked cruiser, because he heard an acorn fall on the sidewalk?
“Shots fired! Shots fired! I’m hit!”

D · February 22, 2024 at 1:41 pm

UniFi cameras are a fairly nice setup. I’ve been using them for ~8 years now.
The NVR stores all data locally. You can *optionally* turn on a “cloud connect” feature that allows you to connect into your system easily from anywhere but it doesn’t upload recordings to the cloud. You can alternatively leave the cloud connect disabled and futz about with port forwarding to get it working.

The hard-wired cameras all receive power from the network switch, so if you attach a battery backup, your cameras will stay up during a power outage.

They do have wireless cameras that require plugging into an outlet…they are sorta handy for in-building monitoring (i.e. the lobby of an office), but I won’t ever put a camera in my house.

They have great audio, so you can pick up quite a bit…so much so that I was able to hear my conversations in the master bedroom from a camera mounted outside looking at the driveway. Fortunately they have the ability to adjust volume levels and “permanently disable” them. In order to restore the audio, you have to climb a ladder and hold a pin in the reset hole for a few seconds and then re-add the camera.

They also have a switch-powered “viewport”. It’s basically a device that takes a network cable in, and outputs HDMI so you can display your cameras on a TV.

The cameras themselves do object detection–like cars and people, so none of it goes to the cloud.

There are a few annoyances with the system, but it’s mainly if you ever have to deal with their horrible tech support…fortunately the system is pretty much plug-and-play. Plug a camera in, and your cell phone says “Do you want to add this new camera?” Done.

The cameras are fairly cheap, but I’ve heard from other people that the video quality is worse than other brands. I haven’t noticed. It looks clear and good enough for me. The night vision LEDs give decent range, but definitely not as good as other vendors. I did find a company out of Texas that has an IR LED panel that can be powered over a standard network cable from a switch…so you can extend the range.

The last thing I’ll say is UniFi has a “USW-Flex” switch which is pretty cool. If you plug it into your main switch, it gets power from there…but it can also re-distribute that power to 4 downstream devices…this means you can run *one* cable somewhere like your porch, plug in the Flex switch, and run 4 cameras off it. You can buy a weatherproof enclosure for $50 if it’s going to be somewhere wet/damp/rainy.

SoCoRuss · February 22, 2024 at 1:50 pm

I’m amazed they figured out which side was the gun and which one was the taser.
The mag dump shows massive fear on their parts. If they are that scared when responding, they have no place working streets. Wonder how many times they actually hit the homeowner and if they are regular street cops or one of the legions of support “pretend cops” that stay in the station and act as the cop leaderhipss personal attendants but sometime have to do street work time before their next promotion test under the chiefs desk.

Steady Steve · February 22, 2024 at 2:37 pm

If I saw this happening to one of my neighbors I would come out with a rifle and mag dump on both these idiots.

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