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Apparently Nevada State Troopers are graduates of the Trump University School of Logic.

If you want to float a lie, make it a really big lie. Lie bigly and lie often.

We need to make a video of what it's like to drive being a big pig slob cop with his gut hitting the steering wheel and a doughnut obstructing his full vision of the road while talking on the phone with his boss and operating a lap top. I think the steroids effect their driving too. Might as well get it all out there. 

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This is really disturbing when you think about it. They just took some regular goggles and smeared them up and said, "There, that's what a pothead sees when driving."


No science. No way to adjust the goggles to show how much you use and the difference. Just a literal smear campaign. And then to be so proud of it to publicize it like they did. What is the deal with all this fake news!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It's sick. 

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People try to shame you on your hate for law enforcement. Like we shouldn't be 'haters'. It's bad to be a 'hater'. Some cops are decent so your shouldn't be hating on cops. Cops are people too. I say HORSE CRAP on that. 


This is prime example of why we hate law enforcement because they really are dirty pigs putting out stuff like this. 


It's hard being sick. It's good to have choices for our medicine. Cops prey on the sick with propaganda like this. How does a patient fight back against these dirty pigs' propaganda? How do we recover with the public after they slash and burn us with this fakeness?


How does the long line of police officers that worked on this not object to it being totally bogus and sick propaganda?


How did it not get canned by a good cop? Makes me wonder if there are any strong minded good cops anymore. It's just like wanting the Muslims to stand up against the radicals. We want good Muslims to help us. We want good cops to help us.

But where the heck are they at times like when this video was produced? It's just another form of terrorism by bad law enforcement.

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Another one;



Michigan State Police lieutenant facing drunken driving charges after Bay County crash

updated on May 08, 2015 at 1:05 PM, updated May 18, 2015 at 12:59 PM
17737731-large.jpgMichigan State Police Detective 1st Lt. Jason Teddy testifying during a 2011 trial. (MLive File Photo)

UPDATE: Special prosecutor to try case of police lieutenant facing drunken-driving charges

BANGOR TOWNSHIP, MI -- A Bay County woman is recuperating from injuries sustained in a drunken driving crash involving an off-duty Michigan State Police lieutenant, authorities say.

The crash occurred about 11:42 p.m. on Saturday, May 2. The 29-year-old woman was riding a 2007 Honda motorcycle on State Park Drive near Pembroke Road in Bay County's Bangor Township when she was struck by a vehicle driven by the 44-year-old lieutenant, according to Bay County Sheriff John E. Miller.

Police reports contained in court records state that sheriff's deputies arrived at the scene to find a group of people standing around a woman, later identified as Hilary A. Briggs, lying in the middle of State Park Drive just north of Pembroke. An ambulance transported her to Bangor Fire Station 7, and from there a helicopter airlifted her to St. Mary's of Michigan Medical Center in Saginaw.

Deputies determined a white 1999 Lexus had struck Briggs' motorcycle from behind, according to court records. The driver of the Lexus, Jason T. Teddy, said he and a friend were heading to his Pinconning home. While driving down State Park Drive, the two men were talking when suddenly the motorcycle appeared before them, Teddy told deputies, according to court records.

Teddy told police they were coming from O'Hares Bar & Grill and Old City Hall in Bay City, according to court records. Deputies asked him how fast he was going.

"Not very fast," Teddy replied, according to police reports. "I know I wasn't speeding."

Deputies wrote in their reports that they smelled intoxicants. Teddy told them he had two or three tall beers, but didn't feel drunk. On a scale of zero to 10, he said his intoxication level was about a two, according to court records.

Teddy submitted to a Breathalyzer test, which indicated his blood alcohol level was at 0.153, court records state. In Michigan, a person is legally intoxicated when their blood alcohol level is at 0.08.

Deputies arrested Teddy at the scene and transported him to the Bay County Jail. At 12:51 a.m., Teddy submitted to another breath test, which indicated his blood alcohol level was then at 0.11, according to court records.


Deputies later interviewed Briggs in the hospital. She said she had gone to Castaways, 3940 Boy Scout Road, for dinner and drank a beer and a half, court records state. She then went to Stables Martini and Cigar Bar, 804 E. Midland St., where she consumed another beer. She was heading to a house on Pembroke when the crash occurred, she said.

Briggs' blood alcohol level as of 2:50 a.m. was 0.047, court records show.

Teddy, a detective first lieutenant with the state police's Third District, bonded out of the Bay County Jail prior to arraignment. He is due to appear for arraignment in Bay County District Court on Monday, May 18, said Bay County Prosecutor Kurt C. Asbury.

Asbury said his office has issued charges of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated and operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated causing serious injury. The latter charge is a five-year felony and the former is a 93-day misdemeanor.

Teddy was immediately suspended without pay, said Special 1st Lt. David Kaiser, public relations officer for the Third District.

"The Michigan State Police has a long standing tradition of demanding the highest possible standards of conduct from its enforcement and civilian members," Kaiser said. "Regardless of whether a criminal charge results in a conviction, employees can still be subject to administrative penalties resulting from violations of department policies. All policy violations are investigated thoroughly and are acted upon in a manner consistent with current labor relations law."

The Bay County Sheriff's Office is leading the investigation in the case.

Asbury on Friday morning said Briggs is in stable condition and is making improvements. 

Bay County District Court staff said no attorney has yet filed paperwork to represent Teddy.

Edited by Restorium2
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