Here’s the video:
I mean, he kinda gets busted.
It should be a crime
Absolutely agree. An officer of the law should have nothing to hide while he is serving the community.
It’s actually a misdemeanor.
“Each officer shall wear a badge, nameplate, or other device on the outside of his or her uniform or on his or her helmet which bears the identification number or the name of the officer, as required by Penal Code § 830.10.”
Whether this reaches http://law.onecle.com/california/government/1222.html
is a matter for the DA.
At least he is showing his face, unlike the cowards from black bloc.
So the bar you set for our law enforcement officers is “Not quite as bad as some random fucktard wannabe-anarchists”? That sounds like a great plan.
The only bar I set is the one I sit at.
Yes, it’s cowardly to protect yourself from tear gas.
You’re so tough!
Those fools are hiding their faces so as not to get arrested for throwing bricks at businesses and starting fires. Not protect themselves from tear gas.
Also, it’s your right to wear a mask in public.
I will show my face any time.
Show your face.
That is the face of a bad cop.
I love (or hate) how people value corporate property more than human life itself. Enjoy a slow suicide while at least a few people try do something about it.
Yes, because camping out in a downtown park in a nearly bankrupt city, creating millions of dollars of expense for tax paying citizens is an awesome way to say you care for your fellow man.
Why blame the victims? It isn’t the protestors that are creating millions of dollars in expense, it is city’s overreaction to peaceful civil disobedience that is costing millions of dollars.
If Oakland is so broke, why is it letting its police department hand out money in the form of eventual and inevitable settlements for the actions of its officers?
The police dept. doesn’t pay the settlements.
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