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  • Dredens

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    Jan 11, 2014
    Whelp, I guess that about sums it up. I have a negative predisposition toward HPD in general because of what I've seen quite a few of them do (yes, I know they're not all bad). Seems like HPD has a little more dirt than most departments, though they've still got nothing on what I've seen in Western Louisiana.

    However, in this particular incident I feel the officer was definitely justified to use force to protect himself, the level of which may be debatable, but hey, I'm sure if I was getting Tysoned out like that the first weapon my hand hit on my belt would be the one that I would have used had I been in that situation.
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