Pikes
Payne's biggest mistake
Wed Oct 11, 2017 10:41am
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was acting in the lawful discharge of an officer's official duties in broad daylight, with multiple eye witnesses and cameras. I have to suspect if not for the location and recording, Payne might still be employed and his supervisor intact.

Sixteen Rounds
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0xJ8FQ_V3NM

  • Utah police officer fired after manhandling, arresting nurse who was doing her job A Salt Lake City police detective was fired and his supervisor demoted Tuesday for their roles in the arrest of a... more
    • Payne's biggest mistake — Pikes, Wed Oct 11 10:41am
      • Yep, kinda hard to spin it.PH👏🏾👏🏾EY, Sun Oct 15 10:24am
        And I might add this is the same problem authority is having with the Las Vegas narrative. Face Book and You Tube are saturated with eyewitness accounts, and video evidence that easily defies the... more
      • official duties. And the fact that there were cameras is the only reason that the fact it was UNLAWFUL was accepted by the department. Had it been a he said/she said, the department would have lied... more