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Cop Hits Biker With Car Then Spartan Kicks Him In The Chest

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On Aug. 3, 2012, Justin Wilkens was speeding in his Aprilia motorcycle and unwittingly passed Oregon State Police Officer Rob Edwards in an unmarked cop Camaro. After a few minutes of chase, Edwards rammed Wilkens off the bike, pulled a gun on him and kicked him in the chest. If you think that sounds egregious, the jury agreed with you. As explained by local news, a jury of eight people “awarded Wilkens more than $31,000 in economic damages to reimburse his medical expenses and motorcycle repair bills; $100,000 in non­economic damages for his injuries, pain and suffering; and $50,000 in punitive damages,” which Edwards will be forced to pay.


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№1 Author: Bobby (15 Sep 2016 15:28) Total user comments: 1475


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Look at the cop's haircut.
That's when you hire a hillbilly as a cop: he will imagine himself in an action movie where he's chansing a mass murderer, drug dealing international terrorist.
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№2 Author: styopa (15 Sep 2016 18:39) Total user comments: 1463


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MC rider ignores cop, then acts all innocent.
Cop's policy would be to use taser if the suspect wont get down when told, but MC leathers make that unlikely to work.

If I was on the jury, I'd not have punished the cop. Nope.
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№3 Author: Mr666 (16 Sep 2016 00:45) Total user comments: 103


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Quote: styopa
MC rider ignores cop, then acts all innocent.
Cop's policy would be to use taser if the suspect wont get down when told, but MC leathers make that unlikely to work.

If I was on the jury, I'd not have punished the cop. Nope.



By condoning the cop's wild overreaction here you show yourself that you are no better than many cops in the US. There was no need for a weapon to be brandished let a lone a kick to the chest.
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№4 Author: rostit (16 Sep 2016 17:52) Total user comments: 465


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Quote: styopa
MC rider ignores cop, then acts all innocent.
Cop's policy would be to use taser if the suspect wont get down when told, but MC leathers make that unlikely to work.

If I was on the jury, I'd not have punished the cop. Nope.

yeah. that cop acted totally justifiable. He didnt over react at all. Especially since he had such good training.

Oh wait, no he didnt. He was a f*ck-bubba. Nothing that cop did was OK. Youre a f*cking moron.
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№5 Author: ZZ9PluralZAlpha (18 Sep 2016 04:37) Total user comments: 82


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I was under the impression cops have computers, and number plate reading cameras/software that would tell him if the bike was stolen, or at least the home address of the owner.

If the computer says the bike is not stolen you just have drive to the guys house if you want to give him a ticket, right?

But the bigger question is, did he lose his job, or is that guy still out there causing trouble for other people?
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