Go to the Cops to Make a Complaint About Harassment, Get Harassed

Do they say, “Only in the UK?” They probably need to start. Cop ‘kissed and groped’ domestic abuse victim and ‘messaged three others’ while he was assisting them with their complaints – Mirror Online

Ihsan Ali, 40, used his work mobile phone to message four women who he had been assisting in their complaints to police, a jury was told.

Ali exchanged hundreds of texts with the women and even went to one of their houses to exchange kisses, Preston Crown Court heard.

In that place where Great Britain used to be.

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He REALLY Picked the Wrong House

He broke into a cop’s house, while the cop was home with his family. Can I have 2 posts titled, “He suffered a failure of the victim selection process” in a row? Cop justified in shooting man who broke into his home, authorities find | NJ.com

So the cop and his wife wake up to the noise of a break-in. He goes downstairs to investigate, and she calls 911. He encounters the burglar in the dining room. When the officer identifies himself, by screaming, “Stop! Police!” the miscreant runs for the front door. The problem with that is he is also headed for the staircase that leads to the 2nd floor, where the cop’s wife and child are.

Things didn’t end-well for the would-be bad-guy. He is in a local hospital, with a gunshot wound to the chest. All over a video-game system, an iPad and a few other things.

The cop (who was never identified) was authorized as both a cop, and as a private citizen, to defend himself, and his family.

“The off-duty officer was authorized to use deadly force as a police officer who was making an arrest for a burglary of a dwelling and reasonably believed that deadly force was immediately necessary to protect himself or his wife/child from imminent danger of death or serious bodily harm,” the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office said. “Additionally, the off-duty officer was authorized to use deadly force as a private citizen who encountered a burglar within his home.”

That is even in New Jersey, self-defense is a human-right. Good Guys 1, Bad Guys 0.

“Y’all picked the wrong one.”

They suffered a breakdown of the victim-selection process. Watch Security Guard Shoot Two Thieves Point Blank [VIDEO]

These geniuses tried to rob a 7-Eleven with armed security. It didn’t work out the way they had planned it. They also had fake, but realistic-looking guns. When they told the guard that (after he shot both of them) he said that his was real.

There is video at the link above.

This Guy Should Have Learned Crime Doesn’t Pay

But he didn’t get that memo. Cleveland man killed in home invasion was released from prison three days earlier

Love was released from prison after serving a 21-month sentence for being part of a group that robbed two people at gunpoint in Cleveland in one day in December 2015.

He was on probation. For three days he was on probation and he goes right back to crime.

21 months for armed robbery? That doesn’t seem right. What he didn’t learn from that crime, he didn’t have the chance to learn from this one.

Cornelius Love was shot and killed by a homeowner during a home-invasion robbery on Wednesday.

This Guy Was a Slow Learner

He got lucky a few weeks ago, but his luck ran out. Robber killed by citizen shooter was shot at weeks earlier

The guy who got shot and killed while threatening a man’s children was shot at weeks ago during another robbery.

Around 8:30 p.m. on a Tuesday two weeks prior, Manion said, he was at a Dollar General on W.W. White Road “and stopped a robbery by firing at the very same guy.”

Manion missed. A San Antonio Police Department spokesman, Officer Doug Greene, confirmed that detectives believe the suspect who fled the Dollar General that night was Andres Herrera, 19, who was killed a week later at Popeyes.

This is a perfect example of a very old saying. Live by the sword; die by the sword. The near miss a couple of weeks ago could have (should have?) been a wake-up call. Some people just can’t take a hint.

The original story is at this link.

They Should Charge These People the Full Cost of the Extra Stop

She was mad because they wouldn’t give her more sparkling wine. Woman threw a tantrum after they wouldn’t give her more champagne on a plane, and had to pay $5,871 for causing an emergency landing

She was booted off the plane, after it made an unscheduled stop. So she didn’t get to her final destination. She has to pay and extra €5000 and she gets to look like an idiot in the eyes of everyone in the world. Still, she got off easy.

They said the 43 passengers on board were never in danger, but the total cost involved in the unplanned stopover likely amounted to several tens of thousands of euros for the airline.

If she was hit with a bill in the tens of thousands of Euros, maybe word would get out that being an idiot is REALLY expensive. They also didn’t publish her name, so the whole shaming thing doesn’t come into play.

Breaking Into the Home of an Off-duty Cop Is Probably Not the Best Choice

Especially when that cop is home. You might say that he suffered a failure of the victim-selection process Sources: Littleton homeowner who shot suspected intruder was off-duty DPD officer

Now anybody can defend themselves, but cops are pretty much guaranteed to be armed. Still, with the number of armed homeowners, it is probably just plain stupid to be breaking into places.

Police told Denver7’s Jaclyn Allen the off-duty police officer was asleep in the basement but awoke to someone breaking-in to his home. The officer reportedly heard noise upstairs and shot the suspect from the base of the stairs.

Even though a cop is involved, this probably falls under Colorado’s “Make My Day” law. But hey, I’m not a lawyer, and I don’t play one on television.

The guy who got shot died at a local hospital. He hasn’t been identified.

Self-defense is a human-right.