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Geez, remind me of everything that happened in my LEO life :D

With that one exception of crack in the butt, I was working in New Orleans (Orleans Parish Sheriff's Office) when I had to strip search one guy who was being processed, we did the old bend over and spread em routine. You'd never guess what was crammed in deep (and I mean in the hole) - his drivers license. When I asked him why in the hell he'd cram that up there, he replied, "I wanted to keep something". In Lousiana, it was a HARD laminated one (stiffer than what TN issues), he did manage to slightly roll it up, and crammed it deep and NO I wasn't touching that sucker - we let him remove it and put it in a plastic bag (SEALED) so he could have it back when he got out. :D:hiding: :meh:

.....and there's a million stories in the Naked City....

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Again with another comment about something that didn't even belong in this thread in the first place. :screwy:

I'm not referring to all cops as *******s, most cops are very good guys trying to help their communties, but the cop in the video has some serious issues. We get the same type of people in the fire dept., they are only in for the thrill not for the service. They never come to meetings or help around the station, they don't train, and when they get on the fire scene they take careless risks and tell everyone else what they are doing wrong. They are wreckless and careless and cause harm to themselves or others. I don't know about the police depts but this type of person doesn't make it far at all in the fire service. Celebrating catching the bad guy is great, job well done. But celebrating a kick to the face of someone who had give up is not ok.

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tennessee01tacoma...please refer back to the following posts in this thread to see what this was suppose to be all about...#1...#12...#17...maybe then you'll understand. OP

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Sorry for going off topic...

Back on topic it always amazes me how civilians fall apart when they hear sirens or see lights they lose all common sense. Even as a firefighter I get it too. Thanks to all the good law enforcement people out there for their service and dedication.

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