Empty street 3 am, I climb in back for I Don’t Need Therapy I Just Need To Go Camping Shirt my clipboard when he shoves his way into the compartment. He reeks he’s holding a big paper bag of BLANK paper and he says I need you to take me to see the war czar. He shows me a boxcutter. I said ok… I think I can make that happen and I hear my partner slam the driver door and I go hey so were going back to station 1( the hospital) were gonna take my friend here to see the czar and I point at the guy and the boxcutter. She goes I understand (she didn’t) and starts driving. I look at the guy and go listen you know about the new medical procedures right? He goes yeah yeah.
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The 5-minute drive he walked his ass right up to the I Don’t Need Therapy I Just Need To Go Camping Shirt bed in trauma room 3 sat down and instead of blood drawn he got enough to put down an elephant. Remember how cops tried to defend the stance against wearing bodycams by saying “how would you like it if someone watched every single thing you did while you were at work” and everybody replied in unison “we already are”. What’s so strange to me, and this is coming from both active duty and a military policeman is our training. Not saying we’re perfect, but you don’t often hear about brutality or unjustified shootings. (Nearly 14 years never heard of one instance in any of my squadrons). Our daily routine is a structured process the moment we receive our weapon and holster it and turn it in.