Saturday, August 31, 2013

How the Seattle Police Work

Here is a news report from last December.

On December 17, 2012 @ 10:12 pm -
A Seattle Police Department spokesman said a citizen reported a collision just after midnight Monday in the 5300 block of 1st Avenue South. The witness told police a woman was driving a Nissan Altima when she struck a light pole. She stopped the car and switched seats with a male passenger, who then drove off.
Police Sgt. Sean Whitcomb said officers did an area check and found the Altima a few blocks away with noticeable front-end damage. It was parked two to three feet from the curb with the engine still running.
According to a police report, there was a strong smell of intoxicants coming from the vehicle.
Officers questioned the male occupant... When asked at the scene if he "felt buzzed," (he) replied "maybe." When asked if he should have been behind the wheel, he said "Probably not."
A breathalyzer test placed his blood alcohol level at .161, more than double the legal limit of .08.
The female occupant was also arrested for DUI/hit and run. Once in handcuffs, according to the report, she unleashed a curse-filled tirade that included several mentions of male genitalia. She repeatedly told officers she was "going to pee her pants."... had a blood alcohol level of .247.
Pretty routine:  stone cold drunk pair, serial hit and run, switch seats to fool the cops, combative when arrested, and so on.    This is why we have cops, to keep drunk drivers, hit and runners, off the streets.

O...  I left one thing out.  These two serial, lying combative hit and run drunk drivers are veteran police officers.  So while you would go to jail, if not executed for putting up a fight, they get a paid vacation.  They were taken to the quiet North Precinct 15 miles away, and not to the filthy downtown station two miles away.  Nonetheless, one cop remained combative, but she was not so much as handcuffed at the precinct.
Two veteran Seattle police officers are on paid administrative leave after being arrested on suspicion of a hit-and-run and driving under the influence early Monday morning.
No, you think they will go to jail, lose their jobs?
Officer Marie Gochnour pleaded guilty to reckless driving last Friday, The Seattle Times reports
The city would not normally offer a reduced charge for this type of case, according to Kimberly Mills, spokeswoman for the City Attorney’s Office. However, the city had significant proof problems, including not being able to locate the 911 caller for trial.
Odd that...  a concerned citizen who calls in a report of drunk drivers... disappears? Aha, so just disappear the witness, and all is well.  One thing is sure, when that witness learned it was cops he witnessed, time to disappear.

And release the story when everyone is out of town.

Seattle Police know they can gun down people with impunity, or more important, immunity, and do.  The first thing they hear after doing so is “You did the right thing.”

The Police have announced there will be DUI emphasis patrols this weekend.  If you are not a police officer, expect to be subject to the law.  Mouth off and see what happens to you.

Watch these cowards in action... there is a gunned down man dying on the sidewalk, and the one police officer asks the other police officer if the police officer is ok.  Here again, the police officer walks.

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