Oh yeah, thats clearly the ugly New Orleans police in action. I have no problem with anybody taking enough food, clothing and medicine to sustain their family during this tragedy. But, these opportunistic P'sOS (not those unethical cops) stealing trash bags full of Nike Air Jordan's, etc. (to sell on the street) should be shot on sight. I mean that, in fact, I wish I was there to do it.PVD24 said:
It appears that they were NO PD.PVD24 said:
Anybody consider that maybe, just maybe, these NO police officers were doing exactly what is necessary under the situation? They need dry clothes, they need dry shoes. I didn't see one single piece of non-essencial items in any of the PO's carts. I saw shoes, and underwear. What?? You think that the NOPD officers have dry clean homes to go back to? They're in the same situation as the rest of the citizens around. I heard someone on TV today also say that the Gov't can legally confiscate privately owned items for use during an emergency like this. Alternatively, perhaps they were picking up stuff to distribute to the refuges in thier districts. If I saw a cop driving a cart with a TV, or stereo or something non-essencial like that, then I would probably get a little concerned.Wolfman said:Gather clothing and distribute it to refugees who have nothing but what they're wearing = good.
Gather clothing and squirrel it away for later = kick ass through shoulder blades.
Lol jon,JoninNH said:Barbrady.... rriigghhtt. It's bad enough that the general public wants to bash the profession, we don't need to be bashing our own here.
Unless you can "debunk" the article yourself :-$ Shhhhhh.