“That’s How It Goes” — Pompous Cop Parks in Handicapped Spot Illegally, Ignoring Disabled People’s Rights

2015/08/27

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LAS VEGAS, NV — A raw video has just been uploaded by Nevada Cop Block showing the level of complete disregard and carelessness had by cops who parked in handicapped spots.

As the video explains, there were several other available parking spaces.

But for some reason, the officers felt it’d be a good idea to hog up the spaces reserved for disabled citizens.

A member of Cop Block approached the officers with a camera rolling.

When he asked one of the cops why he was in the handicapped spot, the response was totally condescending.

“When a handicapped person comes along and needs somewhere to park, where are they gonna park?” asked the person recording.

To which the cop seemed to respond, “That’s how it goes…”

The citizen, baffled, then asked the cop, “Do you really think that’s a good representation of your office and what you’re supposed to be doing?”

The cop offered a careless “Yeah.”

The cop then appeared to activate the camera on his own phone, and turned his phone to begin filming the member of Cop Block.

Evidently the rights and well being of disabled people don’t matter to these cops.

It might well be that multiple disabled people continued driving past the area once they saw that cops were in the handicapped space, losing out on something that was reserved for them due to their disabilities. We can only guess.

It goes to show the god-complex that some cops have.

The idea of security provision is supposed to be this: we voluntarily pay certain upstanding members of our society to protect us from violent crimes.

But instead we have this: we are forced to pay (via taxation) the lowest and laziest members of society to act like they own everything and abuse us.

Watch the video below:


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Filming Cops was started in 2010 as a conglomerative blogging service documenting police abuse. The aim isn’t to demonize the natural concept of security provision as such, but to highlight specific cases of State-monopolized police brutality that are otherwise ignored by traditional media outlets.

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