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hermhater
07-16-2009, 08:42 PM
YouTube - Girl Arrested for Swearing on 9-11 call

This makes me sick...

:mob:

AussieChiefsFan
07-16-2009, 09:30 PM
What a SICK/UNSTABLE person!

honda522
07-16-2009, 10:39 PM
Thats just wrong. If you can't atleast trust emergency people like that who else can you trust in this world?

hermhater
07-17-2009, 01:16 AM
You can't trust anyone.

Chiefster
07-17-2009, 01:32 AM
Wow! What an incredibly unfortunate situation.

hermhater
07-17-2009, 01:48 AM
It's worse than that.

It's a travesty.

I hope they sue the hell out of that guy.

Chiefster
07-17-2009, 02:06 AM
He obviously did not use sound judgment.

hermhater
07-17-2009, 02:11 AM
If that means he's a complete *** then you're right.

Chiefster
07-17-2009, 02:12 AM
:lol:

hermhater
07-17-2009, 02:17 AM
I hope this situation happens to him sometime.

He's in dire need of assistance and can't get the help he needs.

And I hope it's painful.

Chiefster
07-17-2009, 02:20 AM
Well, I would certainly hope he does at least see the error of his ways.

hermhater
07-17-2009, 02:22 AM
I doubt it.

He's probably still pissed off that he got caught.

Chiefster
07-17-2009, 02:23 AM
I doubt it.

He's probably still pissed off that he got caught.

It certainly seemed that way.

Canada
07-17-2009, 03:45 PM
I can't believe they let her out of jail!!

Chiefster
07-17-2009, 03:50 PM
Honestly speaking I can see mistakes on both sides but the kid was very afraid for her dad's life and the cop with the kind of experience he has should have been able to discern that over the phone. He exercised neither sound judgment or discretion.

Canada
07-17-2009, 06:27 PM
this cop deserves to be fired period. Who cares if she would of called him a stupid honkey *** cracker its a emergency. To tell someone whos dad could of been dying on that floor no is not acceptable. I would of found him and beat the tar out of him it if were my family member you told me no to. This easily ranks up there with the cop who pulled over the texans rb and held him while his step mom died.

You obviously don't work in emergency services. I am not condoning what he did. However no one has the right to abuse emergency workers in that way. Emergency or no emergency. I am a paramedic and I show up at emergency situations every day and I do not talk to people that way and if I did, there would be a youtube video about it, then a ChiefsCrowd thread about it and I would be crucified.

Canada
07-17-2009, 08:59 PM
she didnt abuse him he first yelled at her because she dropped the F word before he even picked up. He is the reason she went off period no other excuse. He started it.

Like I said, I do not condone what the cop did, but I disagreed with your comment about "I don't care if she called him a honkey cracker *****"

AussieChiefsFan
07-17-2009, 10:59 PM
I can't believe they let her out of jail!!
So you think they should have kept her IN jail? For how long?!

Canada
07-18-2009, 12:49 AM
So you think they should have kept her IN jail? For how long?!

No, that was just a joke!! :D

hermhater
07-18-2009, 01:17 AM
I hope she swears at you Canada.

Canada
07-18-2009, 09:03 AM
I hope she swears at you Canada.

Go f#ck yourself midget

Bike
07-18-2009, 09:32 AM
If some foul-mouthed kid was dropping f bombs to me on the phone, she would of got nothing outta me but a dial tone.
Although the cop handled the situation poorly, this girl conveyed a complete lack of respect for authority. At 17, I don't necessarily place all the blame on her for this behavior. I'd place a lot of the blame on the people who raised her - possibly her Dad - the person she was ironically trying to get help for.

AussieChiefsFan
07-18-2009, 09:55 PM
I hope she swears at you Canada.


Go f#ck yourself midget
I'm a short guy for my age!

hermhater
07-18-2009, 10:08 PM
If some foul-mouthed kid was dropping f bombs to me on the phone, she would of got nothing outta me but a dial tone.
Although the cop handled the situation poorly, this girl conveyed a complete lack of respect for authority. At 17, I don't necessarily place all the blame on her for this behavior. I'd place a lot of the blame on the people who raised her - possibly her Dad - the person she was ironically trying to get help for.

I think that in a state of panic a person can say just about anything.

She didn't break any laws, and that officer is a public servant.

This is wrong on so many levels, I can't see how you have any sympathy for that a$$hole.

hermhater
07-18-2009, 10:08 PM
Go f#ck yourself midget

I did.

Twice.

And I liked it both times.

Bike
07-18-2009, 10:17 PM
I did.

Twice.

And I liked it both times.
Photos. Do it.

hermhater
07-18-2009, 10:25 PM
I'll PM them to you, don't want to get an infraction.

Chiefster
07-19-2009, 12:48 AM
If some foul-mouthed kid was dropping f bombs to me on the phone, she would of got nothing outta me but a dial tone.
Although the cop handled the situation poorly, this girl conveyed a complete lack of respect for authority. At 17, I don't necessarily place all the blame on her for this behavior. I'd place a lot of the blame on the people who raised her - possibly her Dad - the person she was ironically trying to get help for.

On this point you and I will have to agree to disagree. Even the most well brought up kids at age seventeen tend to have a mind of their own, and are subject to influences stemming from outside the home from which they may obtain a variety of inappropriate vocabulary. I don't think it is always necessarily the parents fault. The girls dad may have raised her to the very best of his ability. JMHO

Chiefster
07-19-2009, 06:54 AM
Fact of this matter though is what she did isn't against any laws. First Amendment protects her in this case and she can sue them for not following through with his job just because of the fact he is in a position that he is suppose to, it's his job. He denied her because of her mouth and her mouth has the freedom to do what it wants to. It might not be nice and it moght not be right but she was very right in this case. That dude is screwed and will prolly lose his job and pension because he falsly arrested her on charges that don't exist. They don't exist because he arrested her by violating her rights as an American citizen.

Except yell "FIRE" in a building that's not burning. :D

Canada
07-19-2009, 09:20 AM
Fact of this matter though is what she did isn't against any laws. First Amendment protects her in this case and she can sue them for not following through with his job just because of the fact he is in a position that he is suppose to, it's his job. He denied her because of her mouth and her mouth has the freedom to do what it wants to. It might not be nice and it moght not be right but she was very right in this case. That dude is screwed and will prolly lose his job and pension because he falsly arrested her on charges that don't exist. They don't exist because he arrested her by violating her rights as an American citizen.

No it doesn't. Call the White House and tell them that you would like to make a thread against the president. Try and talk a person into murdering someone with you. Try slandering a lawyer. The real fact is you can't say whatever you want. (AGAIN I am not condoning what this officer did) You can't just go around popping off at the mouth because it is your "right to do so" or you will get negative reactions from everywhere. I will tell you right now that when I walk up on an emergency scene, I am calm. I don't swear. I speak clearly,calmly and compassionately to everyone that I have to deal with (patients, police, fire dept, patients family and friends, bystanders etc) If you start cursing me or my partner out, then you are going to get a much different reaction out of me. That kind of thing leads to agressive behaviour and that makes me feel threatened and if you make me feel threatened will be treated differently (and it is not pleasant). My guess is you are probably the same type of guy who would get all indignant and yap about all your "rights as an American citizen" and talk to everyone about what an awful paramedic I was for not holding your hand in an emergency, or not being nice to you while I save someone when all you are really doing is disupting myself and other emergency services from doing our jobs. While freedom of speech is everyones right, there comes a time when people like you need to keep their mouths shut.

And the cop won't lose his job. He has a union. You can't fire someone for one instance. He delayed help, not denied it. He sent someone just not fast enough so he will be reprimanded but not fired.

hermhater
07-21-2009, 11:44 PM
He got a 2 week suspension and has to take some classes.

I don't remember if it was a paid or unpaid suspension.

AkChief49
07-22-2009, 09:17 AM
Fact of this matter though is what she did isn't against any laws. First Amendment protects her in this case and she can sue them for not following through with his job just because of the fact he is in a position that he is suppose to, it's his job. He denied her because of her mouth and her mouth has the freedom to do what it wants to. It might not be nice and it moght not be right but she was very right in this case. That dude is screwed and will prolly lose his job and pension because he falsly arrested her on charges that don't exist. They don't exist because he arrested her by violating her rights as an American citizen.try yelling "bomb" (or bong) in an airport

AkChief49
07-22-2009, 09:39 AM
That sucks to be honest, he should have been fired and had his pension taken away. Maybe after she is done suing the city they will do more but that isn't enough punishment IMO. Just shamefull........
so, because she started cursing she should get a ton of money? who do you think will be forking out the money? the cop handled it badly, I think we all agree on that. But it was a bad situation made worse by two people with enough blame to hang on both of them. This will be a great training recording-some dos and don't s. I'm sure the department will punish him sufficiently, hopefully enough to where it will not happen again. ever! and she should remember : "you can catch more flies with sugar than vinegar":D

Canada
07-22-2009, 03:55 PM
Actually she will get money, the entire situation won't see a Judge or be in any courts as it will be handled out of court. The city will be paying it because she was mistreated and discriminated against and now days that is a huge case for money no matter what the color of your skin is. She didn't break any laws and she was falsely arrested on made up charges simply because the cop was having a bad night and she didn't say what he wanted her to. You might not agree but her rights as an American citizen were broken and she was mistreated for no reason.

You would now, u used to be a supreme court justice

Xploder
07-22-2009, 06:16 PM
but in reality you will catch more flies with sh*t then sugar


so, because she started cursing she should get a ton of money? who do you think will be forking out the money? the cop handled it badly, I think we all agree on that. But it was a bad situation made worse by two people with enough blame to hang on both of them. This will be a great training recording-some dos and don't s. I'm sure the department will punish him sufficiently, hopefully enough to where it will not happen again. ever! and she should remember : "you can catch more flies with sugar than vinegar":D

hermhater
07-22-2009, 08:15 PM
:lol:

Bike
07-22-2009, 08:26 PM
On this point you and I will have to agree to disagree. Even the most well brought up kids at age seventeen tend to have a mind of their own, and are subject to influences stemming from outside the home from which they may obtain a variety of inappropriate vocabulary. I don't think it is always necessarily the parents fault. The girls dad may have raised her to the very best of his ability. JMHO
I do believe that a child or a teenager is a product of the environment they were raised in and their attitude will reflect that until they are fully mature enough to formulate their own outlook on life. For some that may be 15, for others it may be 50. I am guessing that this girl hasn't got there yet, so I will put some blame on the father/mother/aunt or whoever raised her....but she gets her fair share of blame for her own actions also.

TheFranchise
07-22-2009, 09:02 PM
that is horrible

Chiefster
07-22-2009, 09:07 PM
I do believe that a child or a teenager is a product of the environment they were raised in and their attitude will reflect that until they are fully mature enough to formulate their own outlook on life. For some that may be 15, for others it may be 50. I am guessing that this girl hasn't got there yet, so I will put some blame on the father/mother/aunt or whoever raised her....but she gets her fair share of blame for her own actions also.

On this we agree. :bananen_smilies046:

tammietailgator
07-23-2009, 02:25 AM
This is ridiculous... it reminds me of a woman here in KC that was having a miscarriage and because she spoke in an accent (I have seen the video and you can understand perfectly what she is saying) she lost the baby but was bleeding horribly... the cop (a woman) told her that it was not her problem. I don't care how somebody tells you they are in trouble and need help, it is not your job to decide who they are or how they are raised, just DO your job! My dad was a paramedic and his best calls were always false alarms. I think she will always second guess what she is saying from now on, but it is not that dispatchers call to disregard her.

hermhater
07-23-2009, 02:58 AM
This is ridiculous... it reminds me of a woman here in KC that was having a miscarriage and because she spoke in an accent (I have seen the video and you can understand perfectly what she is saying) she lost the baby but was bleeding horribly... the cop (a woman) told her that it was not her problem. I don't care how somebody tells you they are in trouble and need help, it is not your job to decide who they are or how they are raised, just DO your job! My dad was a paramedic and his best calls were always false alarms. I think she will always second guess what she is saying from now on, but it is not that dispatchers call to disregard her.

I remember that.

Chiefster
07-27-2009, 07:45 AM
This is ridiculous... it reminds me of a woman here in KC that was having a miscarriage and because she spoke in an accent (I have seen the video and you can understand perfectly what she is saying) she lost the baby but was bleeding horribly... the cop (a woman) told her that it was not her problem. I don't care how somebody tells you they are in trouble and need help, it is not your job to decide who they are or how they are raised, just DO your job! My dad was a paramedic and his best calls were always false alarms. I think she will always second guess what she is saying from now on, but it is not that dispatchers call to disregard her.

That's a very good point.

Hayvern
07-28-2009, 04:04 AM
Let's just hope this never happens to me. I am not going to take it out on the person that finally does come to help, but that guy that is standing between me and the help I need. That is an entirely different story and I cannot say what I would do.

I can promise you this, if I go to the police station and they try to arrest me while my loved one is lying on the floor, they do not have enough tazers to bring me down.