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All of Spokane´s law enforcement are ignorant idiots. In police daycamp school, to become an ignorant cop with tax payers money, it is NOT required for a future pig to take ethics, psychology, and sociology in order to become a officer. What kind of common sense is that for the tax payers; there must be standard college class requirements that a future law enforcement officer must achieve in passing, like all college students, to become a educated officer. Separating stupid/ignorant future officers that don´t only have a valid drivers license and a concealed weapons permit, to a more educated kind of a future officer with more common sense to protect and serve. Plus, common sense is to also turn away future cops from enrolling in police academy that have served the military forces in active duty; because they have PTSD, and that is not safe for an American civilians living in the American communities. HELLO. This shooting at the Salvation Army, you can tell it is a pig cover up. The new cheif said the "officers where in fear of their lives", so the pigs had to open fire on that man to kill him. B.S. the truck was shot many of times on the driver´s side door by the pig´s, and when you look at the shot up truck you can tell the pigs where shooting from a safe distance, to kill that man.They we´re in fear of their lives. What about security cameras at the Salvation Army? There has to be some. Then the cops closed off the area so the pigs could get their storys straight, because they were in fear of their lives, I mean another lawsuit. The American public needs to wake up and put standards on what it takes to become a police officer. Like passing common sense college class´s in order to become a police officer; and sorry to all you ex-active duty veterans out there that would like to become an officer of the law, you can´t become a policeman. Kind of like if your a felon, you are not able legally to buy firearms; to help in protecting American people. Putting standards on what it takes to become a police officer, will keep the public safer and it will save taxpayers money from lawsuits.
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