Stay Classy, Cops....

Gorilla Pimp

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Californians Doug and Catherine Snodgrass are suing their son’s high school for allowing undercover police officers to set up the 17-year-old special-needs student for a drug arrest.
In a video segment on ABC News, they say they were "thrilled" when their son -- who has Asperger's and other disabilities and struggled to make friends -- appeared to have instantly made a friend named Daniel.
“He suddenly had this friend who was texting him around the clock,” Doug Snodgrass told ABC News. His son had just recently enrolled at Chaparral High School.
"Daniel," however, was an undercover cop with the Riverside County Sheriff's Department who "hounded" the teenager to sell him his prescription medication. When he refused, the undercover cop gave him $20 to buy him weed, and he complied -- not realizing the guy he wanted to befriend wanted him behind bars.
In December, the unnamed senior was arrested along with 21 other students from three schools, all charged with crimes related to the two officers' undercover drug operation at two public schools in Temecula, California (Chaparral and Temecula Valley High School). This March, Judge Marian H. Tully ruled that Temecula Valley Unified School District could not expel the student, and had in fact failed to provide him with proper services.
“Within three days of the officer’s requests, [the] student burned himself due to his anxiety,” Tully said. “Ultimately, the student was persuaded to buy marijuana for someone he thought was a friend who desperately needed this drug and brought it to school for him.”
In January, a juvenile court judge decided that extenuating circumstances applied to the student's case, and ruled that he serve informal probation and 20 hours of community service, which would translate into “no finding of guilt.”

http://www.alternet.org/cops-go-und...e-so-desperate-throw-kids?page=0,1&paging=off

Good to see the cops are working hard to bring the real criminals to justice. Fucking scumbags.
 

Creasy Bear

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Jon the Mop... fighting the good fight... doing the badge proud.
 

fletcher

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Second day of high school and he is 17? Can we stop with the autistic bullshit and just go back to calling them retards?
 

Guilty Spark

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If entrapment is the only way we can get these mongoloids off the street so be it.
 

Creasy Bear

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They put a narc cop in my crappy high school... it was ridiculous. We were onto him in a matter of days. I can't remember who busted him out or how exactly it happened, but his cover was blown to pieces and it was common knowledge all over the school that he was a cop within the first week of his "sting operation".

We called him 'narky' and 'officer ratso' right to his face. He'd try to laugh it off like "Yeah right. I'm a cop.", but he was a pathetically bad actor, and we fucked with him mercilessly. That dumbass must've bought 100 bags of oregano and dozens and dozens of pills of "speed" that were like diarrhea pills or allergy medicine. He'd buy anything off anybody, it was all fake shit we sold him, and he'd bitch that he got ripped off, but he'd keep right on buying... and we were more than happy to take his cop money in exchange for bags of "weed" that came from the shakers at Botisti's Pizzeria or "speed" that came from bottles of vitamins.

I think he was too embarrassed to tell his cop buddy handlers that we pegged him for a narc just about immediately, and he just kept going through the motions and hoping to get lucky and get some dope to sell him real shit so he could bust them. It's the only reason we could come up with to explain why he stuck around despite the fact that his mission was obviously hopeless.

We laughed in his face when he offered to sell us drugs, and eventually everybody stopped even selling him fake shit because we were all afraid he'd get desperate and plant some real shit and frame somebody. He was at our school for like half the school year... half a fucking year of being lampooned, insulted, and just generally fucked with ceaselessly. He even went to class and handed in homework in the interest of maintaining "his cover"... it was preposterous, and we blatantly ridiculed him until even the teachers were laughing at him and rolling their eyes when he handed in assignments.

Kyle DiMezza.

Over thirty years later, and I still remember officer ratso's "code name".

One day, he just up and disappeared. Just never came to school ever again. As a funny HA HA joke, they still put his picture in the yearbook, and listed his name as Officer Kyle DiMezza.

I wonder whatever happened to that clown. I hope he continued to chase his narcotics officer dreams... and I hope the Cali Cartel caught him and sawed his head off.

Fuck narcs.
 

lajikal

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To Catch a Potato
 

BIV

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I'm trying to decide between Tongue-go and Cash or Mongo and Cash.
 
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That dumbass must've bought 100 bags of oregano and dozens and dozens of pills of "speed" that were like diarrhea pills or allergy medicine. He'd buy anything off anybody, it was all fake shit we sold him, and he'd bitch that he got ripped off, but he'd keep right on buying... and we were more than happy to take his cop money in exchange for bags of "weed" that came from the shakers at Botisti's Pizzeria or "speed" that came from bottles of vitamins.
Pretty sure this is illegal too, and possibly a greater crime than selling real weed. Fraud charges maybe?
 

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Sean Penn and Robert Duvall star in... Colors, Numbers & Eating Blocks.