Parks wrote:The classic example being that black people doing sit-ins in whites-only restaurants were also doing illegal things.
to mean you were calling me a racist. That one is my bad and I apologize. I took it way out of context, you were just playing devil's advocate and I see your point.
Apothecary wrote:Parks wrote:Itchy wrote:Parks: Boom, I'm a racist too. Were the sit-in-ers deliberately keeping the police corralled so that if real crimes happened they couldn't leave?
right? look, itch, i know its hard to enunciate when youre talking out your asshole, but could you at least TRY to make sense? did OWS corral the cops? i hadnt heard that. please cite your source.
OK, I'll cite your post as my source then...
Apothecary wrote:7ontheline wrote:This hardly rates versus all the shit going on in the world today but if you want to non-violently protest at the University of California... this cop is a true professional!
Univ. police chief on leave after pepper spraying
In this Friday, Nov. 18, 2011, photo University of California, Davis Police Lt. John Pike uses pepper spray to move Occupy UC Davis protesters while blocking their exit from the school's quad Friday in Davis, Calif. Two University of California, Davis police officers involved in pepper spraying seated protesters were placed on administrative leave Sunday, Nov. 20, 2011, as the chancellor of the school accelerates the investigation into the incident. (AP Photo/The Enterprise, Wayne Tilcock)
ooh the anons didnt appreciate this officers services. theyre urging personal communication via email, home and cell phones and address for communicating via pissed off pizza delivery boy.
Now onto Anonymous. Giving out a police officer's home address or phone number maliciously is a crime as well.
146e. (a) Every person who maliciously, and with the intent to
obstruct justice or the due administration of the laws, or with the
intent or threat to inflict imminent physical harm in retaliation for
the due administration of the laws, publishes, disseminates, or
otherwise discloses the residence address or telephone number of any
peace officer, nonsworn police dispatcher, employee of a city police
department or county sheriff's office, or public safety official, or
that of the spouse or children of these persons who reside with them,
while designating the peace officer, nonsworn police dispatcher,
employee of a city police department or county sheriff's office, or
public safety official, or relative of these persons as such, without
the authorization of the employing agency, is guilty of a
But in this case, it seems the shoe is on the other foot. I've never heard of an individual being held responsible for something Anonymous does. Much like I've never heard of an individual police officer being held responsible for what they thought was upholding the law.