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Old 01-26-2020, 8:52 AM
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Default Chesa Boudin, SF's new DA, withdraws charges against man who attacked cop

"Boudin, SFís DA, withdraws charges against man who allegedly attacked cop -- Assault charges against a man who was shot and seriously wounded after he allegedly slammed a bottle into a San Francisco police officerís face were withdrawn Friday, infuriating rank-and-file officers . . . "
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Do you expect anything else for this turd, he also dropped 18 counts of sexual assault against a 13 year old!

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The lunatics are truly running that asylum.

The real shocking part of this is he attacked them in the car when they pulled up, responding to the home invasion call, but the media changed it to a burglary call almost as fast as they got the story.

I wouldn't be too shocked if he starts looking at ADW charges for the officers.
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Where's Harry Callahan when you really need him? On the other hand, there will be a swing of the pendulum.....eventually.
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Inspector Callahan like Joe McCarthy. Where are the ghosts of these real characters....

When we really need them.
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Anyone who wants to become a cop in a leftist controlled city really needs to have his/her head examined.
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Anyone who wants to become a cop in a leftist controlled city really needs to have his/her head examined.
I donít think I would do it for a million bucks these days.
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The DA might not want the suspect convicted because that felony conviction could help the officers in the civil suit.
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"Boudin, SFís DA, withdraws charges against man who allegedly attacked cop -- Assault charges against a man who was shot and seriously wounded after he allegedly slammed a bottle into a San Francisco police officerís face were withdrawn Friday, infuriating rank-and-file officers . . . "
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Boudin is without a doubt a turd. ?..........was this refusal to charge, at the direction of the Leftist overlords in San Crapfisco?

Hillary Ronen, 9th District Supervisor. Has made public declarations of support for the perp and his family members.

https://www.facebook.com/SFPOA/posts...GMQ&__tn__=K-R

Where did SFPOA stand, campaign wise, when these turds were getting elected? Did they donate to, and give public support during their campaigns?

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More info: "Newly-installed San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin has dropped charges against a man whom police officers shot several times last month after he allegedly struck one of them with a glass vodka bottle, ran away, then attacked again.
Rank-and-file officers are reportedly furious, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.
Boudin, as Breitbart News and others have reported, is the son of two activists in the Weather Underground, which the FBI calls a domestic terrorist organization, who were getaway drivers in a 1981 armored car heist that led to the deaths of two police officers and a guard, the UK Guardian recalled . . . "

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What do you expect from a communist excrement-eating dirt-bag? Chesa won't keep his job long. Look out for the movie "Escape from San FranMoscow".
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Where did SFPOA stand, campaign wise, when these turds were getting elected? Did they donate to, and give public support during their campaigns?



Or did they publicly denounce them?

The SFPD union publicly denounced them and spent money against them ó and have been demonized for being against the good citizens of San Francisco.

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If I were the recruiting officer for any SoCal department that really needed people, I'd have my butt on the first Southwest flight to SFO and be handing out applications.
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This is the result of electing someone raised by people who committed murder in the name of social justice.
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Are you an LEO?

Did you use your own stated criteria above to decide which agencies you were willing to work for?
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My buddy is SFPD SWAT. He concurs that you need to have your head examined if you want to be SFPD. It's not fun going to work with a target painted on your back by the District Attorney.
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No, is that a prerequisite for posting an opinion here?
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So SF is telling criminals it is okey dokey to assault LEOs with no repercussions?

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Seriously people...form militias. It is past time and they haven't feared us for decades. It's your right to organize.

Or...continue to do nothing. It's your choice.
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So SF is telling criminals it is okey dokey to assault LEOs with no repercussions?
well, he did get shot several times. So there's that repercussion. If he didn't get shot, and still had charges dropped, this would be much worse. I'm hoping they just decided getting shot was more of a punishment than the 6 months he'd do in prison (which is what he'd serve after some plea deal based on his terrible sad life circumstance and then early release).
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Did you use your own stated criteria above to decide which agencies you were willing to work for?
I think itís a fair statement... why would someone want to work where brass, citizens, and DAís office are all happy to throw you under the bus for doing your job vs working somewhere where at least some of the time doing the right thing is rewarded/appreciated by the above listed parties?
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Not at all. But it makes it easier to determine whether that opinion has any credibility.
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I think itís a fair statement... why would someone want to work where brass, citizens, and DAís office are all happy to throw you under the bus for doing your job vs working somewhere where at least some of the time doing the right thing is rewarded/appreciated by the above listed parties?
Yes, the point is understood. These types of things cause a lot of frustration among the ranks. But if an applicant living in California decides to hold out for employment with an agency or municipality that's in lockstep with his or her personal views, they will eventually realize that it is near impossible.

LEO's always come to a point where they have to accept things as they are and not as they wish them to be. There is a degree of discretion in some scenarios, but ultimately policy supercedes opinions. To buck the system is to risk firing, prosecution, etc. To follow the rules but fume about them and be negative all the time is a guarantee of a very short retirement, if even that. That only leaves one sane option: be as fair and judicious as possible within the confines of policy and case law, or go find a another line of work.

I know a couple SFPD officers and they are disgusted with current events just like everyone else is. SF has always been a liberal stronghold, but there is no way these veteran cops could have predicted this level of insanity 20-25 years ago. What else can they do but ride it out to retirement? They don't need their heads examined. They are simply dealing with impossible rules of engagement the best they can until they get across the finish line.

These philosophical clashes are more of a generational problem for us dinosaurs. The kids born in the 90's coming out now are much more in line with extreme leftist ideals. They haven't really seen anything different in life.
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Not at all. But it makes it easier to determine whether that opinion has any credibility.

Well, I have to ask the question that since I am not a LEO does that mean I lack credibility in my statement? I mean, if you go work for an employer who not only isn't going to support you but may actively be looking to undermine you to the point of prosecution is it not honest question from someone on the outside looking in that it appears to be a bit naive to say the least?

Look, I know cops in the Bay Area make great money, get OT pay through the roof (like any other major city in CA) and can retire early pretty comfortably long before those of us in the private sector can. I have to ask, however, did you go into policing simply because the pay and benefits are good or did you actually want to do some good? I ask that because what I am seeing in California is that police are there only to file reports after the fact and the motto "To Protect and to Serve" is no longer really what the job is all about, especially in places like San Francrapistan.
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Yes, the point is understood. These types of things cause a lot of frustration among the ranks. But if an applicant living in California decides to hold out for employment with an agency or municipality that's in lockstep with his or her personal views, they will eventually realize that it is near impossible.

LEO's always come to a point where they have to accept things as they are and not as they wish them to be. There is a degree of discretion in some scenarios, but ultimately policy supercedes opinions. To buck the system is to risk firing, prosecution, etc. To follow the rules but fume about them and be negative all the time is a guarantee of a very short retirement, if even that. That only leaves one sane option: be as fair and judicious as possible within the confines of policy and case law, or go find a another line of work.

I know a couple SFPD officers and they are disgusted with current events just like everyone else is. SF has always been a liberal stronghold, but there is no way these veteran cops could have predicted this level of insanity 20-25 years ago. What else can they do but ride it out to retirement? They don't need their heads examined. They are simply dealing with impossible rules of engagement the best they can until they get across the finish line.

These philosophical clashes are more of a generational problem for us dinosaurs. The kids born in the 90's coming out now are much more in line with extreme leftist ideals. They haven't really seen anything different in life.
It's sad how many guys I know who have worked major metro areas across the West Coast (SF, LA, Seattle, Portland, San Jose, Sacramento, etc) and how few (0 that I have asked) would recommend anyone just starting out to go with one of those agencies for anything other than to get their feet in the door/some good experience and then bounce. It didn't use to be that way... but I know I am just preaching to the choir here!
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Well, I have to ask the question that since I am not a LEO does that mean I lack credibility in my statement? I mean, if you go work for an employer who not only isn't going to support you but may actively be looking to undermine you to the point of prosecution is it not honest question from someone on the outside looking in that it appears to be a bit naive to say the least?

Look, I know cops in the Bay Area make great money, get OT pay through the roof (like any other major city in CA) and can retire early pretty comfortably long before those of us in the private sector can. I have to ask, however, did you go into policing simply because the pay and benefits are good or did you actually want to do some good? I ask that because what I am seeing in California is that police are there only to file reports after the fact and the motto "To Protect and to Serve" is no longer really what the job is all about, especially in places like San Francrapistan.
I understand what you are saying here and it is a fair question, but difficult to answer substantively. Whether or not an officer has an employer who is going to support or undermine them can be an oversimplification of a system that has a lot of moving parts and a panoply of different agendas.

Ultimately, the employer is the American taxpayer, right? Like probably most of SFPD, I can't make any sense out of the voters' selection for AG. The ones who will lose the most between the contentious relationship of the AG and PD will regretfully be the voters themselves. The cops will still go out there and do their job because they care about their city and their residents, but it may not amount to much if their AG has an anti-cop philosophy and refuses to prosecute good arrests.

Lastly, I don't like the idea of sitting idly by and showing up after the fact to take a report. That may be the status quo in some places, but the people I have worked with and learned from over the years don't operate like that. There is great personal satisfaction in taking bad guys to jail and investing yourself into the quality of life of the residents where you work. One thing I was taught many years ago has stuck with me: When you are tired or overburdened with paper or frustrated with the system, remember to treat every call for service as if it was somebody you care about that is calling for help. How would you want those cops to handle the call?

I appreciate the pay and benefits, naturally. But if the salary was 1/2 of what it is I would still choose this occupation. I always wanted to do this job and never gave any serious thought to doing anything different. The vain novelty of authority, badges and guns, driving fast, being awesome wears off pretty quickly. It would be a miserable way to make a living if you did not have an innate desire to do good and help people.
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Always. Tell your Sgt to go eat one. Haha.
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Is there written policy in your agency that articulates off duty carry? Or is it just based on what your "sgt said?"
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Do you guys carry your off duty weapon in SF? My sgt said we not allowed. But i know alot of leo carries.

Sounds like your SGT is a straight up moron who should be evaluated for a mental health hold.

That is the most stupid thing I've read today.
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Not allowed to what, carry at all or just in SF? I'd be curious to know the reason why if it's just not in SF.
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