Sheriff’s Detective Luke Hussey realized he was missing his Glock, and realized he had left it in a bathroom at a movie theater. The loaded gun was found by a 9-year-old boy. Det. Hussey was eventually demoted, but will not face criminal charges, Tampa police said Tuesday. That’s in spite of statements made by Laura McElroy, a Tampa Police Spokewoman, when the police had not yet determined who the owner of the gun was.

Via the Tampa Bay Times:

Hussey, 38, who has been with the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office for 13 years, was off duty that day. He had gone to Muvico Centro Ybor 20, according to the Sheriff’s Office, about 3 p.m. and stopped in the bathroom before the movie. He put his Glock 26, a personal weapon, on top of a toilet paper dispenser — then forgot it and left.

Minutes later, Temple Terrace 9-year-old Zane Noland entered the same stall and saw the gun. He exited the stall and told his father, Wesley Noland, 48, who had taken Zane and his older brother, Ryan, to the theater to see Man of Steel on Father’s Day.

Wesley Noland, a Marine veteran, went into the stall, disarmed the Glock and called 911.

By the time Hussey realized he’d lost his gun, Tampa police had taken it. He called Sunday and asked for it back, police said, but was told only a detective in the firearms unit could release it.

The Sheriff’s Office announced Tuesday that Hussey is the subject of an administrative investigation that could result in suspension or termination.

“It’s obviously a serious mistake,” said sheriff’s spokesman Larry McKinnon. “We’re glad no one was hurt, that the gun didn’t end up in the wrong hands.”

He was unsure if Hussey had prior disciplinary issues and his personnel file was unavailable for review Tuesday night. He remains on active duty.

Hussey will not face criminal charges, Tampa police said Tuesday. A day earlier, when news of the boy’s discovery broke, police spokeswoman Laura McElroy mentioned possible charges of reckless endangerment or culpable negligence against the gun’s owner, whom she said police were still looking for at the time.

“It was always our goal to ensure the person who left the gun face consequences,” McElroy said Tuesday. “There is no doubt that will happen within his organization.”

Yes, honest mistakes are inevitable from time to time, and it’s fortunate no one was hurt. However, chances are if this had happened to an ordinary person, criminal charges would swiftly follow. In fact, the police statement said as much prior to them realizing that the “forgetful owner” was a cop.

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53 Comments

  1. It’s so nice to know that “honest mistakes happen from time to time”. If only the badge-wearing union thugs would keep that in mind when dealing with the public-at-large, perhaps their standing would be better amongst them.

  2. Sometimes yes, and sometimes no..

    Gun found on Disney ride raises questions about safety
    Gun owner said pistol slipped out of his back pocket on bumpy Dinosaur ride at Animal Kingdom
    May 29, 2013

    By Arelis R. Hernández, Orlando Sentinel

    The discovery of a gun aboard a ride at Disney’s Animal Kingdom has raised questions about what park security does to keep firearms from slipping inside and whether its no-weapons policy for visitors is clear.

    A grandmother handed a Cobra .380-caliber semiautomatic pistol to a park attendant Sunday after getting off the Dinosaur ride. “My grandma found it in her seat,” her young grandson told park security.

    Minutes later, an apologetic Angelo Lista returned to claim the firearm, which was loaded with five hollow-point bullets — but none was in the chamber. He told the Sentinel it had fallen out of his buttoned back pocket during the bumpy ride. He was escorted out of the theme park.

    He returned to the parks the next day without the gun.

    Lista, 44 of Royal Palm Beach said he had no idea Disney prohibited guns on its property, raising questions about whether the company’s restrictions on firearms are explicit enough.

    Disney spokeswoman Kathleen Prihoda said in a statement Wednesday that the company’s policy is no guns are permitted. The company’s website says “weapons of any kind” are not allowed on Disney property.

    Disney officials would not say whether there are posted signs on property spelling out their restrictions. Prihoda would not say how often security intercepts a firearm brought into the parks or what happens when a gun owner is found to have one on property. She wouldn’t discuss any security measures.

    The incident may not indicate a broader safety gap, said Dr. Abraham Pizam, dean of the Rosen College of Hospitality Management at the University of Central Florida.

    “Does it happen? Yes, it does. Does it happen frequently? Absolutely not,” Pizam said. “Security is one of the issues that if it works, everyone takes it for granted. But it if doesn’t work, everyone is a critic.”

    Thousands of people are free to walk through the parks’ front turnstiles uninhibited unless they are carrying bags. Disney employees inspect and feel the bags for anything on the restricted list. There are no metal detectors at the entrances, and guests are rarely searched.

    Lista usually stores the gun in his car’s glove compartment, but on this occasion, he forgot and realized he had the weapon when he was sitting on the tram to go inside the park, he said.

    “It was my mistake, but I wish I would’ve known more about” the policy, Lista said.

    Lista said officials told him that if he forgot in the future, he could notify a security officer, who would point him to a locker on property to store the gun. But officials did not confirm this or acknowledge existence of the lockers.

    Orange County deputy sheriffs said Lista had a valid Florida concealed-weapons permit. Under Florida law, private landowners such as Disney can limit the open carrying of firearms on property. Disney authorities can order a guest to leave for violating the policy, but if the owner legally possesses the weapon, they cannot press criminal charges.

    Oregon man loses gun, faces charges of reckless endangerment
    December 22, 2012|By Andrew Khouri

    An Oregon man faces misdemeanor charges of reckless endangerment after leaving his loaded semi-automatic handgun in a movie theater, where a 12-year-old boy found it.

    Tillamook Police Chief Terry Wright said Gary Quackenbush, 61, of Tillamook County left his Beretta at the Coliseum Theatre on Tuesday night, putting people in danger when he failed to call police after noticing it was missing from his holster.

  3. What’s this? Common admitting there is a double standard to cops making such mistakes and everyone else? A pig just flew by my house. No, that was T telling me cops are held to the same or higher standard. His nose was growing while he said it.

  4. After reading Common Sense’s post, notice the differences in how the “citizen” was treated with how the “police officer” was treated. The citizen is facing charges of reckless endangerment, while the Police chief is allowed to continue on in his life’s pursuits unincumbered. Tell me there is no double standard and that there aren’t those of us in society who feel themselves above the law.

  5. This is a fucking old story. Sounds like the fucking activists have nothing else to bitch about so they pull a story out of their asses to keep the hate going. What a bunch of fucking cunts.

  6. Not really a double standard, but one more of what statutes exist in what states.

    Does FLA have a statute that covers the act?

    Both cases I listed concerend private citizens, not the police. In one state the person was charged, and the other they were not. The one where no charges were filed was in FLA, the same state in the incident with the officer. Had FLA had a specific statute, then the outcome may have been different.

    It appears that OR has a specific statute and FLA does not. Atleast I didn’t find one.

  7. Common Sense,

    You would have better served yourself if you had found instances of where cops where charged and cops weren’t alongside non-cops. What you left it as is “police, no”, other citizens “flip coin”. I’m not disagreeing with you other than your choice was poor knowing the point you were trying to make

    I have read where cops have gotten their dicks knocked in the dirt for loosing their gun, though that dirt didn’t rise to criminal charges, but it certainly wasn’t “it’s ok, shit happens”. It is negligence, and a form that can kill. The 9 year-old should be praised while the cop spends time washing his feet. How would this have gone down if the 9 year-old had pulled the trigger…

  8. Oh look its those gerbil jammers Alvin and Ariel. You activst fags sound like a couple of chipmunks. Noones perfect. Sometimes people leave stuff lying around. So do cops! Cops arent robots, you dumb faggots! Everone makes mistakes! Yu standards are so high are they? What a bunch of typical loser cunts!

  9. Hey Ariel the Little Mermaid! Ya back in the game baby? Thought ya`d scurried away after getting owned last time out?!! Cool – lets make some more bacterial puss! Wag ya finger and say somepin intellectual! Correct my post by telling me Id be better served sayin this or that! Pick me up on my spelling or somepin. Git busy typin yer harrumphin Gettysburg address style stuff Ary baby!

  10. What “double standard”? Are really so dumb as to think that every person gets charged with every thing that happens? Grow up.

  11. Ariel,

    Here is a more another, more interesting question, what sanctions were imposed by either of the employers of Angelo Lista or Gary Quackenbush?

  12. The PD was considering charges, that was dropped when it was found out that a thug with a badge was involved. So, yes, there was a double standard.

    http://www.tampabay.com/news/publicsafety/gun-found-by-boy-in-ybor-theater-belongs-to-deputy/2127344

    “A day earlier, when news of the boy’s discovery broke, police spokeswoman Laura McElroy mentioned possible charges of reckless endangerment or culpable negligence against the gun’s owner, whom she said police were still looking for at the time.

    “It was always our goal to ensure the person who left the gun face consequences,” McElroy said Tuesday. “There is no doubt that will happen within his organization.””

    All cops lie, all the time.

    Disarm cops for a safer America.

  13. THE ENTIRE POLICE DEPARTMENT MUST PAY FOR THIS CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY

    I AM THE AUTHORITY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  14. @Mallory

    Neither apply in FLA. There is no FLA statute for “reckless endangerment.” “Culpable negligence” would not apply either, unless the firearm was actually used.

    784.05 Culpable negligence.—(1) Whoever, through culpable negligence, exposes another person to personal injury commits a misdemeanor of the second degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082 or s. 775.083.
    (2) Whoever, through culpable negligence, inflicts actual personal injury on another commits a misdemeanor of the first degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082 or s. 775.083.
    (3) Whoever violates subsection (1) by storing or leaving a loaded firearm within the reach or easy access of a minor commits, if the minor obtains the firearm AND uses it to inflict injury or death upon himself or herself or any other person, a felony of the third degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084. However, this subsection does not apply:
    (a) If the firearm was stored or left in a securely locked box or container or in a location which a reasonable person would have believed to be secure, or was securely locked with a trigger lock;
    (b) If the minor obtains the firearm as a result of an unlawful entry by any person;
    (c) To injuries resulting from target or sport shooting accidents or hunting accidents; or
    (d) To members of the Armed Forces, National Guard, or State Militia, or to police or other law enforcement officers, with respect to firearm possession by a minor which occurs during or incidental to the performance of their official duties.

  15. Common Sense,

    Angelo Lista was not on his company’s property, nor was Quackenbush. Lista couldn’t be charged with a crime, and there’s nothing about Quackenbush being charged either. So a private company should do something about a non-crime not on their property nor involving their business, even though that non-crime was stupid and negligent?

    Let’s contrast that with your job, which is based on using a gun not losing a gun, and where SCOTUS decisions have given you qualified immunity 24/7, and where your employer is a law enforcement agency. Losing a gun means what? Let’s try not to make apples oranges.

    Now the part you don’t see is that companies have their own rules, just not your rules. In my position, if I brought the company into disrepute by any moral impropriety (no that isn’t just sex), even not proved yet, I was fired for the disrepute. There were no ifs, ands, or buts, I was fired (right to work state). But I worked sales and had a high profile so understandable; equally understandable, yard workers were only fired for the same cause if convicted, and moot at that point.

    Now the other side of it all, if I were a truck driver and got a DUI, I would be gone (hazardous materials issue), but as a salesman, I would just have to pay all expenses on my car for three years. My car meaning I lost my sales car. So to keep my job after a DUI all I had to do was buy a car, pay commercial insurance (required by my company, with coverage specified), pay the gas for 20 to 25K miles per year, and pay all maintenance. I would be dinged 10 to 12K a year for three years but would retain my job with red-headed stepchild status. This was in the 90s, do the math for today.

  16. HOWEVER IF A HOME OWNER FORGOT TO LOCK HIS GUN OR HIDE IT AWAY , THE HOME OWNER WOULD BE CHARGED FOR A SERIOUS CRIME AS HAS HAPPENED HERE IN FLORIDA AND OTHER STATES.WHAT IN THE HELL IS IN THE DETECTIVES MIND.I HAVE PERSONALLY CARRIED AND STORED WEAPONS IN MY HOME FOR OVER 42 YEARS. IN THE SERVICE YOU FORGET YOU SIDE ARM OR RIFLE AND ESPECIALY IF YOU LOOSE IT YOUR IN TROUBLE. HOWEVER THE BADGE IS BEHIND THIS MATTER SO IT’S OK . IM SURE IT WOULD HAVE BEEN FORGIVEN IF THE KID KID SOMEONE OR HIMSELF, WITH THOSE ENDURING APOLOGIES AND A PAID FUNERAL.THE POLICE UNION IS THE ORGANIZATION IS MAINLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE POWER THEY HAVE ACROSS THE UNITED STATES. NO MATTER WHAT RULES ARE BROKEN OR REASONS FOR SUSPENSION THEY GET AWAY WITH IT. NO MATTER HOW MINOR THE DEED OR HORRIFYING THE ATROCITY THE DEFEND THEM AND BY CONTRACT LOOPHOLES AND CROOKED LAWYERS THAT HAPPEN TO BE CERTIFIED POLICE ALONG WITH A JURIS DOCTORATE THESE CROOKED COPS GET AWAY WITH THEIR DIRTY DEEDS.

  17. @Common

    Trust me, if they want to charge someone, they will find something to call it. Every state will have a charge to attach this mistake to. The truth is they don’t want to charge cops. Sometimes a regular citizen can escape, if the LE is feeling nice. But when has a cop been punished for such negligence?

    And here comes T pretending there is no difference. T, a man can hardly walk down the street with a gun when it is declared a legal activity without the cops trying to find SOMETHING, DC if nothing else, to pin on the the citizen.
    You prove your own corruption when you pretend there isn’t a difference between badges and us.

  18. So CS, you need to take that up with police department employee Laura McElroy. She is the one who mentioned charges against a tax paying citizen then walked it back when it came out that a tax feeding thug was the suspect.

    All cops lie, all the time.

    Disarm cops for a safer America.

  19. If this was anyone else but a cop, he would have been hit with reckless endangerment, endangering the life of a child, brandishing a weapon, and a slew of other charges. I would comment on the stupidity of the cop, but hes a cop so stupidity is automatically assumes.

    Best part of it all? The boot-lickers stripping all over themselves trying to defend this moron with a badge. Classic.

    !!! ONE WICHITA POLICE OFFICER RAPES A 3 MONTH OLD INFANT AND A 1 YEAR OLD CHILD — THEN A SECOND WICHITA POLICE OFFICER RAPES A 15 MONTH OLD AND A 4 MONTH OLD CHILD !!!

    When you see common sense, t., underoath, slappy, psosgt and all the other police union shills spew their boot-licking propaganda here on Cop Block, remember, THIS IS WHO THEY ARE, THIS IS WHAT THEY STAND FOR, AND THIS IS WHAT THEY DEFEND!

    Wichita KS police officer Officer Joseph T. McGill, 28, was convicted today of committing a sexual act on a 3-month-old child and a 1-year-old child. Officer McGill pleaded guilty in January 2012 in an unrelated case to sexual battery while on duty as a police officer and was sentenced to three years probation. Those charges stemmed from separate incidents in November 2010 and February 2011. The judge set sentencing for March 1.

    http://xxx.kansas.com/2013/01/24/2649372/former-police-officer-convicted.html

    Wichita police officer Gregory P. Nicks on Friday received consecutive life prison sentences for sexually abusing a 15-month-old girl. The 32-year-old worked for the Wichita Police Department for just over three years beginning in 2006. Prosecutor Justin Edwards introduced three written statements at the hearing, including one from the victim’s mother. She said Nicks had used her daughters — the 15-month-old and a 4-month-old — as sex objects to fulfill his sexual fantasies.

    http://xxx.kansas.com/2013/05/03/2788414/former-wichita-police-officer.html

  20. All I am saying, is that yes, it is negligent, I agree. But when it comes down to a criminal charges. Either you have it, or you don’t.

    From what I can find, or can’t find actually, there is no criminal law that was broken.

    If you can find it, then show me the statute.

    Had it been inside a home, in another state, or had the findee, shot someone, then it could be a crime. As it is, you can complain about it, but unless their is a local ordinance apart from FLA state law, this is nothing but a headline, and an internal discipline matter.

    …And I’d say McElroy spoke before she researched.

  21. So… let’s say the kid decided to go into the theater and open fire. Who would they blame?

  22. At a minimum, Sheriff’s Detective Luke Hussey should be charged with reckless endangerment.

    “Reckless endangerment is a crime consisting of acts that create a substantial risk of serious physical injury to another person. The accused person isn’t required to intend the resulting or potential harm, but must have acted in a way that showed a disregard for the foreseeable consequences of the actions.”

  23. Florida law….

    Culpable Negligence

    “Culpable Negligence” is a serious criminal that may be classified as a misdemeanor or felony, depending on the facts of a case. Culpable negligence is an offense that assigns criminal liability for gross acts of negligence that expose others to harm or the threat of harm.

    If a child injures or kills himself or others with a loaded firearm, it is a crime. The adult responsible for the securing the firearm is guilty of culpable negligence with a firearm, and will be charged with a third-degree felony.

  24. THE WHOLE POLICE DEPARTMENT MUST BE PUNISHED!!!
    I AM THE AUTHORITY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  25. Unjust

    A valiant attempt, but that’s just a general definition of what “reckless endangerment” can be. Florida doesn’t have it.

    Culpable Negligence, and actual FLA statute, does not fit the incident either. Look at the statute I posted. You see the word “if” alot.

    But don’t feel bad, you are 1/3 correct. Had the finder actually used the firearm as you described, then the blame could be shared by the gun owner, and the shooter.

  26. to Common Sense
    June 22, 2013 at 6:32 pm

    You are correct. Thank you for the clarification. “IF” is used a lot.

    PS… I don’t feel bad. When I am wrong I have no problem in admitting it. I don’t personalize or feel the need to always be right.

  27. Common Sense, I think you are getting bogged down in the “well, the laws of Florida aren’t sophisticated enough to charge the officer” argurement. Here is what folks like me are saying. If the careless owner of this firearm had turned out to be a civilian, then the State was well prepared to enact charges against him/her. However, since it turned out that a union card carrying badge wearer was the owner, well then, the state just turns the other cheek and shrugs and claims that an “honest mistake” had been made. Please, stop shilling for the union. All we are asking for is for the law to be administered evenly, accross the board, with no prejudice given to WHO someone is or what their occupation may be. I’ve pointed out in previous posts that we used to be a nation that could claim that to be one of laws. “No man is above the law” used to actually mean something in the good ole USA. It is the enless corruption that seems to be reported (and not reported) that has a lot of us ready to take up arms in frustration. Please, for once, just admit what is plain and obvious to any right thinking person.

  28. Amazing how lenient, forgiving, and laid back common sense and the rest of the peanut gallery become when it is a cop that breaks the law.

    So much for law enforcement being kept to a higher standard.

    !!! ONE WICHITA POLICE OFFICER RAPES A 3 MONTH OLD INFANT AND A 1 YEAR OLD CHILD — THEN A SECOND WICHITA POLICE OFFICER RAPES A 15 MONTH OLD AND A 4 MONTH OLD CHILD !!!

    When you see common sense, t., underoath, slappy, psosgt and all the other police union shills spew their boot-licking propaganda here on Cop Block, remember, THIS IS WHO THEY ARE, THIS IS WHAT THEY STAND FOR, AND THIS IS WHAT THEY DEFEND!

    Wichita KS police officer Officer Joseph T. McGill, 28, was convicted today of committing a sexual act on a 3-month-old child and a 1-year-old child. Officer McGill pleaded guilty in January 2012 in an unrelated case to sexual battery while on duty as a police officer and was sentenced to three years probation. Those charges stemmed from separate incidents in November 2010 and February 2011. The judge set sentencing for March 1.

    xxx.kansas.com/2013/01/24/2649372/former-police-officer-convicted.html

    Wichita police officer Gregory P. Nicks on Friday received consecutive life prison sentences for sexually abusing a 15-month-old girl. The 32-year-old worked for the Wichita Police Department for just over three years beginning in 2006. Prosecutor Justin Edwards introduced three written statements at the hearing, including one from the victim’s mother. She said Nicks had used her daughters — the 15-month-old and a 4-month-old — as sex objects to fulfill his sexual fantasies.

    xxx.kansas.com/2013/05/03/2788414/former-wichita-police-officer.html

  29. “We believe that this would meet the standard of willful and wanton disregard for the safety of others, to leave a loaded weapon where a child — and in this case a 9-year-old found the gun — that certainly put others at risk and we’re just thankful that a very responsible abiding law abiding citizen found the gun and did the right thing,” said Tampa Police Spokesperson Laura McElroy”

    Oops, turned out to be a cop and no criminal charges will be pursued and we get….

    “It was always our goal to ensure the person who left the gun face appropriate consequences for that action. There is no doubt that will happen within this organization,” McElroy wrote in an email.”

    “HCSO Spokesperson Larry McKinnon says an administrative review to determine what type of punishment Hussey could receive will likely take several weeks.”

    Weeks???? Oh, I see, it’s how quickly the story dies down that will determine the degree of possible punishment.

    So if this act of negligence is committed by a non-LEO the police are going to scour the statutes until they find a way to criminally charge the individual with some kind of crime (as soon a the owner is found and most likely a charge not applicable to the situation) but since it was actually one of their own, no charges will be pursued and a likely slap on the wrist will be the only punishment?

    Why Oh Why do LEOs bother to contend that they are held to a higher standard or that they don’t reap the benefits of a double standard that the general population doesn’t enjoy?

  30. I’m just pissed because I didn’t find the Glock.

  31. the only thing that is justified in the case of this detective is pure stupidity and ignorance. why did he remove the gun in a public place to take a poop. when im holding a concealed weapon it is either attached to my upper body or in a safe holster connected to my belt and it wont fall out when i take a shit. this dude need retaining ,suspension and conuseling on safety issues.stupid and breaking the law wont even cover this he was in the wrong.some sort of punitive action should be taken by his superiors. however we all know that the union would back the guy for being the idiot he is.

  32. “If the careless owner of this firearm had turned out to be a civilian,”

    The careless owner WAS a civilian. Civilians are government employees not in the military. If the careless owner had been a citizen he would have been charged with a crime.

    All cops lie, all the time.

    Disarm cops for a safer America.

  33. “Here is a more another, more interesting question, what sanctions were imposed by either of the employers of Angelo Lista or Gary Quackenbush?”

    Irrelevant, we are talking about criminal charges. Every company I have ever worked for would fire any employee arrested for a felony. PERIOD.

  34. Steve and the guys,

    Ive another plea to please, please, please ignore the trolls on this website. Especially ignore Slappy Adam Miller, as he`s just typing in random kindergarten insults about gerbils, faggots and dead relatives to get a response.

    In reality he`s probably a fairly sad and lonely man sitting at home gazing at his PC at a loose end for something to do. I say this because of the amount of posts he puts up on this forum – he`s the most frequent poster on this website, so he cant have much else going on in his life. All his time is being put into ranting on this site, in the hope that someone will reply. If someone reacts to his posts then he exists as a human being. If no-one reacts then he ceases to exist. he becomes the nothing that he really is!

    Hence if we all collectively ignore him, we deny him oxygen. Trust me, if we all agree to collectively ignore him he`ll eventually, after several weeks, get dispirited and drift away to another site. We just need to keep our discipline and keep ignoring him, and eventually time will take its toll on him.

    He`ll no doubt respond to my mail in the same way as he usually does, ranting on about me getting owned, being a bitch etc…etc..not being able to accept the truth etc..etc..
    being a gerbil jammer loser…etc…etc. “Oh look, its that gerbil jammer cunt Reasonable Doubt!” etc, etc.. I can write the script. Howevever, I wont reply to it. Please do the same – dont react or comment on him, even if he singles out your handle/moniker and personally abuses you. Just treat him with the contempt he deserves and ignore his post!

    Believe me guys, we are all going to start enjoying it when, in a few weeks time from now, we are reading this forum, see his posts, further see that no-one is responding to them, and imagine him getting frustrated and depressed at the lack of reaction he is getting. It will completely destroy him!

    So guys, please, please, please no-one break the chain and respond! Lets collectively agree that he`s background noise and talk around him, ignoring his posts. Thanks.

  35. @ Reasonable Doubt, I appreciate your sentiments, but I would like to offer some counterpoints.

    1.) The fact that full-time shills are assigned to Cop Block is a testament to the effectiveness of this webpage. Put simply, if Cop Block was irrelevant and had no impact, there would be no trolls here. Personally, I count the trolls as a badge of honor. The more the merrier!

    2.) The guys that run Cop Block have the ability to delete the profanity-laden posts of the peanut gallery, but they choose not to. I assume this is because they believe in free speech. Were it me running the show, I would take a more proactive stance in dealing with the shills and trolls, but I aint running the show.

    In any event, the boot-lickers do provide some pretty amusing comic relief. They also set back the public image of law enforcement by a fair margin, so we should let them keep doing our job for us.

    !!! ONE WICHITA POLICE OFFICER RAPES A 3 MONTH OLD INFANT AND A 1 YEAR OLD CHILD — THEN A SECOND WICHITA POLICE OFFICER RAPES A 15 MONTH OLD AND A 4 MONTH OLD CHILD !!!

    When you see common sense, t., underoath, slappy, psosgt and all the other police union shills spew their boot-licking propaganda here on Cop Block, remember, THIS IS WHO THEY ARE, THIS IS WHAT THEY STAND FOR, AND THIS IS WHAT THEY DEFEND!

    Wichita KS police officer Officer Joseph T. McGill, 28, was convicted today of committing a sexual act on a 3-month-old child and a 1-year-old child. Officer McGill pleaded guilty in January 2012 in an unrelated case to sexual battery while on duty as a police officer and was sentenced to three years probation. Those charges stemmed from separate incidents in November 2010 and February 2011. The judge set sentencing for March 1.

    xxx.kansas.com/2013/01/24/2649372/former-police-officer-convicted.html

    Wichita police officer Gregory P. Nicks on Friday received consecutive life prison sentences for sexually abusing a 15-month-old girl. The 32-year-old worked for the Wichita Police Department for just over three years beginning in 2006. Prosecutor Justin Edwards introduced three written statements at the hearing, including one from the victim’s mother. She said Nicks had used her daughters — the 15-month-old and a 4-month-old — as sex objects to fulfill his sexual fantasies.

    xxx.kansas.com/2013/05/03/2788414/former-wichita-police-officer.html

  36. Alvin,

    The law was applied evenly. If you see the example I provided where a pistol was found at the amusement park, also in Florida, no charges were filed. Why? It’s not a crime.

  37. @Glenn!

    Us Trolls appreciate yer paen to free speech. The more the merrier you say! Well……be careful what you wish for!
    Also, dont label all us trolls as “bootlickers” and “badgelickers” etc. Some of dont have an agenda either way, and dont care about the content of the website, but are just here to annoy and amuse! This could be called Cod Fishing.org, or Motorbike Enthusiasts.com as far as many of us trolls are concerned! Any hole is a goal for a troll!

    @Reasonable Doubt!

    Hey, thanks for the Walden Pond passive resistance speech! Very touching! Cockblock posters of the world unite etc, huh? Im betting that we can get you to respond to our jibes though baby! You already responded to Slappy Miller a few times! You may say that you`ll ignore us, but ya wont be able to help yourself! Guys like you and Ariel have an intellectual vanity that is easily pricked! We`ll getcha to respond, (time will tell baby) and we`ll keep getting reactions on this site my friend! People here cant help but respond to trolls! If ya dont like reading it then quit the program baby!

    @Slappy Miller.

    Where you at, dog? Git yer ass out here and answer the real trolls! You a coward now little Milly boy? Youve not replied to any of the troll team posts! Realised youve met your match huh? You chicken Miller? Bwwwaaaaaaaaark, bwaaaaark bwaaaaaaaark! Slappy`s been owned and bitch slapped! Game over Miller, gaaaaaaaaaaaaaame over!

  38. Reasonable doubt – You are a gerbil jammer. You obvioiusly feel you need to control everything. If someone wants to respond to me, then that is their business not yours you fucking cunt. It doesn’t matter what you say, I will still respond and write my comments anyway I see fit. Obviously the 1st amendment only applies to you faggot cunt.

  39. reasonable doubt, i have told the main troll i will never respond to him again and i will not .i could care less his manner of insult.iwill never respond to the buulcrap. again.

  40. My last mail:

    Especially ignore Slappy Adam Miller, as he`s just typing in random kindergarten insults about gerbils, faggots…..

    He`ll no doubt respond to my mail in the same way as he usually does, ranting on about me getting owned, being a gerbil jammer loser…etc…etc.

    Miller`s responce:

    Reasonable doubt – You are a gerbil jammer. You obvioiusly feel you need to control everything. If someone wants to respond to me, then that is their business not yours you fucking cunt. It doesn’t matter what you say, I will still respond and write my comments anyway I see fit. Obviously the 1st amendment only applies to you faggot cunt.

    I rest my case, m`lud. As we can all clearly see, someone is copying and pasting the same posts with the same words and expressions over and over again. Dear all – please ignore the copy and paste Miller Slappy troll.

    @Steve – good for you man! Treat Adam Miller, the copy and paste poster, with the contempt he deserves. If you engage with him its like trying to have a conversation with an automatic telesales dialing machine.

    [email protected] – fair enough – respond if you want man – but be aware you are replying to someone cutting and pasting the same stuff from a word file over and over again and continually posting it. I really cant imagine its worth you wasting your time, surely?… At least the trolls trolling Miller are, as you say, slightly more original and occasionally amusing.

    Okay, thats my last plea for sanity. Happy discussing and debating (but hopefully ignoring the Slappy troll) guys! Best regards to the genuine posters!

  41. oh look it’s steve the fucking lying cunt. You continue to say the fucking samething over and over but indirectly you are still responding to me. Everytime you post anything you are indirectly responding to me. You are a fucking liar and a pussy owned bitch.

  42. Oh look its Miller, the coward pussy little cunt! Why dont you reply to the troll team little Milly boy! We`ll respond to you! Weve called you out time and again and you avoid us like the coward little pussy bitch you are whilst accusing other people of the same thing! Have at you little Milly! Come on sir!

  43. Git your ass out here Milly bitch! You`s gonna git your little ass spanked by the troll team! Boy, yous gonna git a whuppin!!! A whuppin I tells ya! I say, I say, a whuppin, boy! You little short-ass midget bitch! Stop quivering with fright and respond ya little faggit!

  44. It’s nice to see the moderators of this bullshit site spout off making it even more of a joke site. It only shows they don’t believe the fucking bullshit that is posted on this site like everyone else.

  45. Common Sense,

    Internal discipline is fine by me as long as it’s real discipline, and that was my point on “getting their dicks knocked in the dirt” earlier. Higher standard and all that.

    Given no one was hurt, it rises to “how effing stupid can you be, should I trust you with a gun?”. If someone had been hurt, then a new ballgame.

  46. IF IT WERE A MILITARY CASE OF I LOST MY GUN AND COPS MOST OF THEM THINK OF THEM SELVES AS MILITARY.HIS ASS WOULD BE ON A CHARGE. HE DESERVES PUNITIVE ACTION FOR THAT TYPE OF CONDUCT.ACCIDENT ,UNINTENTIONAL OR NOT IT WAS ABSOLUTELY STUPID.MINIMUM INSIDE 5 DAYS OFF NO PAY, THAT WOULD WAKE OTHERS UP AND KEPT IN FILE FOR 5 YEARS.I FEEL THAT WOULD BE FAIR, BUT TOO MANY TIMES AND ALL OF YOU COPS OUT THERE KNOW, COPS GO UNPUNISHED.

  47. Oh look it’s steve begging to hand out punishments again. When I was fucking your sister on your mom’s grave she told me how you were always trying to molest her. Just think your mom died knowing what a pathetic waste of fucking space you are. You must feel awful for puting her through so much pain in her life. You fucking cunt.

  48. Steve… why do you use capital letters? For some of us, it is harder to read.

  49. Ariel,

    I agree. I think there was a captain somewhere who lost his, cost him $2000-3000 for his suspension.

  50. Based on Adam’s comment, he can shit and fuck. Too bad but these are skills that all animals have regardless of intelligence. I am still waiting for a coherent sentence but that takes intelligence which is something that all trolls lack.

  51. Oh look it’s yancunt fan trying to be funny. Guess what asshole, you need a personality first. You continue to respond to me directly and indirectly so I must be getting to you. It shows when you write your lies and fraud. I sure hope the nights I spend with your sister are helping you. She said when you go and prostitue yourself to the farmers with goats, you like the fainter goats because they can’t run away. Is that true cunt? You rape the fainter goats so they don’t run away? Wow, you really are a sick SOB cunt.

  52. YF,

    Remember the story of Cnut the Great, the wrong one where he supposedly believed he could beat back the tide? You are that Cnut.

    That’s not an attack on you, it isn’t. But your efforts are as pointless. Trolls don’t care about what you say, except when you descend into their name-calling which fortifies them, they care only that you reply. Only that you reply.

    If you have noticed, after my last “stop-and-identify” comment, I haven’t replied to any troll. Again, it’s your choice for whatever reason, but realize they are only dragging you down to their level. It’s what they live for.

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