08-04-2010, 04:42 PM #1
PA Cops Splashed In Face With Bleach
Philadelphia police responded to a call for help as a melee went on. They arrived to break up a fight where one person was stabbed.
What do they get for that? Bleach splashed in their faces. Two officers had bleach in their eyes and were treated and released from the hospital. One woman was arrested for the stabbing while her daughter was arrested for spitting on an officer. Ain't that nice? You stab someone and people call for help yet turn on the cops and hit them with bleach?
The stabbing victim underwent surgery.
Not to get on a soap box, but people complain about the cops and they call them for help and then splash them with bleach? Either they don't come fast enough or when they do show a pack of people decide to turn on the cops. I really feel sorry for the Officers. I have to admit I've heard people time and again say the cops should just let them all kill eachother. However, they serve and protect and get treated like crap.
Prayers the Officers are absolutely O.K. and the stabbing victim recovers. Women none the less spitting at cops and stabbing people.
08-04-2010, 04:48 PM #2Registered User
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You would be amazed at some of the things my husband has had thrown at him and on him face and all. I remember once where his uniform had to be burned. It's horriable. Even after things are thrown at him he is kicked pushed etc he still gets up and continue to help the very person that just put his life at risk. Yes there is some bad cops Le officers etc but there is so so many good ones out there It's a shame to see them get abused in this way. ( or anyway)No one said breaking the cycle of abuse would be easy..... But Rewarding it is! Video of My blessings! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oG_H4Tk5gJs
08-04-2010, 06:00 PM #3
Nothing worse than messing up a cops uniform. They don't take kindly to it. We can't blame them. Chasing suspects into crack houses, abandoned factories is bad enough but for someone to purposely throw something on them isn't right. Let alone heaving bleach at them.
That clothing allowance don't go real far either.
Dare I even repeat what friends of mine have seen in the past few years. People purposely defacating in back of the patrol car or my one friend had some lady climb on top of his squad car and sqaut and pee on it. We're not out there so we don't even get the full picture.
It takes some kahoonas for a chick to spit on a cop that the neighbors called out to help. The bleach is another thing altogether.
08-04-2010, 06:14 PM #4
Prayers for that officer. I hope the person that did that will be in jail for a long, long time!
*My husband used to have to literally come home and change uniforms sometimes! I never had to.
08-06-2010, 08:54 AM #5
I've always said I don't know how cops do it and I hold them in the highest regard
takes a special person to do that job & they don't get near appreciated enough by society IMO
08-06-2010, 10:55 AM #6
O/T a bit but just yesterday my gentleman friend stopped an Officer as he was going in to get his lunch. Mind you any cop will tell you they don't always eat too well. Grab something and sit in a patrol car. Anyway he said to him "Officer that traffic light is turned around. The kids climbed up and turned it around". The Officer said "O.K. I'll call it in when I get back to my car". My gentleman friend balked. The cop was like "Yo, what do you want me to do? Climb up there and turn it around myself? The Streets Department has to do that".
My friend was all mad and said they don't do any work. Hello! Hello! You have no idea what kind of morning that cop had. He probably found a dead body, broke up twenty fights, chased ten people through a crack den and you said cops don't work?
Sorr as it's O/T but that got me. Plus hello it is not his job to climb up and turn the thing back. Actually he probably would get in trouble for it. "Officer why did you miss that last call for man with a gun?" Cop: "Oh Sarge I was up a light pole turning a traffic signal around is why"
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