Friday, October 16, 2009

Haven't I Seen This Movie Some Where Before?

It seems that some Chicago Police Officers may have gotten themselves in trouble for some little indiscretions at the G-20 summit.

The video apparently shows about 15 police officers in riot gear posing for a photo with a man they detained kneeling in front of them.

Kyle Kramer, the 21-year-old University of Pittsburgh student forced to pose with police, was returning to campus from a pizza parlor when he was detained by police who were rounding up protesters, his attorney Cristopher Hoel told The Associated Press on Friday.
And how did Chicago Police Officers wind up in Pittsburgh? They volunteered.

No doubt we will eventually find out that they were members of the "Skull Crackers Club". Or maybe they just wanted to join the club and needed a war trophy. Or it could be just a figment of my fevered imagination.

Second City Cop had this to say.
Honest to god, the Chicago Police Department could fuck up a one-car-funeral. Who the fuck was leading this expedition of mentally-challenged sorry excuses for police officers? You can see at least one of them holding the camera and another right there in the front row:
And they have the video to prove it.

I also like the way Second City got a good "fuck" in before he was done with the first sentence.

Cross Posted at Classical Values

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I like how the author (who suddenly appears in the article out of nowhere) can "see" what the victim was thinking when he allegedly decides to insist on being in a group photo with the cops who arested him without cause and are charging him with bogus crimes.