The Justice for the "Community" Thread


En Taro Anthony
Mar 14, 2005
Covington. La
Okay, a couple years back a Baton Rouge PD officer is getting beaten by a motorist he ticketed and a bystander pops the perp before he can get the revolver away from the officer.

So I'm googling and I come across this-

Yup. Members of the community are demanding justice and they even went to the DoJ. Normally I'd chalk it up to "there are assholes on the net" but I notice quotes from elected representatives in support of the case against the hero and the cop as well as legislation to make it illegal for what the bystander did.

Golden Quote
State Sen. Sharon Weston Broome, D-Baton Rouge, said she is considering filing legislation that would make it harder to use deadly force in self-defense or defense of others.

Currently, Louisiana allows the use of deadly force in self-defense or defense of others to “prevent a violent or forcible felony involving danger to life or great bodily harm.”

Broome said she doesn’t want to take guns away from citizens but make it harder to use those guns by law.
Another link:

I figured I'd create a thread to catalog the "calls for justice" sort of as a companion to the "Killing Criminals" thread.


Darkness always says hello.
Feb 20, 2006
I totally agree, even though the ratings are what they are, Community deserves at least one more season.
Dec 8, 2004
Temple was killed Feb. 17 by a witness during a scuffle with a Baton Rouge police officer in the parking lot of the AutoZone at 9007 Greenwell Springs Road. The witness, Perry Stephens, 56, shot Temple five times, once in the head and four times in the torso. Police Officer Brian Harrison, 32, also shot Temple, once in the stomach.
Thinking this guy might want to get his pistol ported to help with muzzle rise...

Oh and isn't that handy... there is a grave yard right across the street.


Registered User
Feb 18, 2006
I fucking can't stand these rotten cocksuckers who come out of the woodwork when one of "their own" rightfully gets put down after attempting to kill someone. None of them ever take responsibility for "their community" but when whitey or the police put some work in, then it's nothing but "I'm outraged". Fucking sick of it.

Live like a civilized human being and raise your kids to be civilized and maybe shit like this wouldn't happen. Don't cry racism or that "its the Man" when your "communities" actions set you fucking back way further than any racist individual could.

Spies Like Us FTW!


Liberal Psycopath
Dec 9, 2004
Loveland, CO
Hey guys we have a TV and Movies section for this discussion. Maybe a mod can move it?


Sep 15, 2004
Typical gun grabber behavior. They just want to create a safer work environment for criminals. Fuck that noise.

Rusty should have banged Andrey dry.


uppity taxpayer
Jul 24, 2005
south jersey
anybody REALLY surprised with anything that comes out of the 'community' anymore????
typical is all i gota say


Darkness always says hello.
Feb 20, 2006
This is not all about Chevy, people.


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Unleash The Beast
Apr 27, 2005
The Inland Empire State
anybody REALLY surprised with anything that comes out of the 'community' anymore????
typical is all i gota say
The episode when Troy and Abed's housewarming party turned into a surreal, post-modern world with parallel realities was a bit surprising.
Dec 8, 2004
An article from outside the "Community"

Some snippets...

On that day, he had gone on duty at 0545 in the morning, and was off duty at 1345 hours. He was working an off-duty detail with another motorcycle officer escorting a funeral that afternoon after getting off work.
While escorting the funeral, and changing positions constantly with his partner as they blocked intersections to allow the funeral cortege unhindered progress, Harrison observed a black 2006 Mercedes SL550 enter the procession by coming up from behind the procession and cutting in front of a family car. The SL550 is an expensive, low-slung, two-door sport model.

Harrison continued to write the ticket, then asked Temple to sign it, informing him it was not an admission of guilt, simply a statement he would appear in court to answer the charge.
When Harrison tore off the ticket and handed it to him, Temple reached into his pocket and pulled a roll of money from it, asking “What’s it going to cost to make this go away?” The roll of money was later determined to contain over $3500.00.

The witness said the officer took quite a beating. “You could hear them muffled…’Mother’ this and that. ‘I told you not to mess with me. I told you—I’m a beast, I told you not to mess with me. I told you. I told you.’”

He stated: “I mean, Mr. Temple was a big man…the man probably saved the officer’s life…But if this would have been on a dark road, we would probably be looking for a cop killer, to be honest with you.”

Harrison, who was taking a tremendous beating, was desperately trying to keep his weapon from falling into the hands of Temple. Temple was slugging him, and grasping his gun hand. He pushed the slide of the gun into the pavement, and fired it twice. He later told Stephens he was trying to empty it, or cause it to jam to keep Temple from getting it from him and killing him with his own gun. He succeeded. The gun malfunctioned, and was later found to have a spent casing still in the chamber.

Stephens said he counted over 15 people witnessing this incident from the front of the building and around the parking lot. Harrison was screaming for help as Temple beat him, “Somebody help me! Anybody help me! Stop! Stop! Stop!”


I'm Gonna Be The Bestest Pilot In The Whole Galaxy
Jun 1, 2005
An article from outside the "Community"
You mean those Big Bang Theory cocksuckers who harmed the show by getting better ratings?

Aside from "audiences are stupid" can someone who legitimately considers BBT better than Community explain why. And no, "hot chicks" is not an answer because Brie and Jacobs are better than Cuoco, Routh, and Bialiyk.