Mind your own buisiness

speak no, hear no, see noCop Blocker! Should be Cock Blocker. People and groups like yours are a key reason why the criminal element and terrorists are able to exist in our society with the knowledge that they can push the law to the limits and get away with certain situations. You should be worried about the criminal element and it’s intentions to what crime they are getting ready to plan on commiting or going to commit. But thanks to you and your group of idiots that like to go against the people that protect you cops and public servants have to have eyes behind their heads to watch their back not only from the criminals but from groups like yours that just adds to their already stressful situations & job. So why don’t you find a terrorist cell to watch and maybe you be of some use to the citizens of the united states. Thank you. A concerned member of law enforcement in Connecticut
Submitted by John Q Citizen

John Q. Citizen is entitled to his opinion, and we thank him for his post.  This site


Copblock.org, and others, are a venue, which allows for all opinions to be expressed, debated, and pursued.  I disagree with John Q. in his assessment, however I welcome the fact he’s chosen to express it.  For John Q. and the public at large, be sure to film interactions with law enforcement for mutual safety and public dissemination.  I’ve no doubt we’re in agreement, Badges don’t grant extra rights.

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  • nod

    Can’t wait to see to comments on this obvious troll post. Should be entertaining.

  • Patrick H

    Two things: First, he implies we are pro-crime because we demand accountability from cops. That can’t be further from the truth. We are clearly anti-crime, especially when its committed by cops. He just doesn’t like the fact that we point out criminal actions committed by his fellow cops. Second, he thinks that we are hindering his ability to stop criminals. Again, that can’t be further from the truth. Most of the crimes by cops are on innocent people. So all we are doing is making sure they are stopping criminals and not innocents.

    It is interesting to see inside the mindset of a cop. He may not even be a bad cop- but he sure as hell will cover for them. The problem really isn’t the bad cops- just like bad people they will always be out there. The problem are the good cops that cover for the bad cops. That’s the insidious problem in policing today.

  • jennie ruiz

    he sure got riled up didnt he? amazing how defensive these boys in blue get. they all do cover for each other. even when one of them does the right thing and exposes misconduct, nothing much gets done.

  • Brian

    That’s cute…a police officer calling the site “Cock Blocker.” No wonder people have problems with law enforcement….

  • Greg McGowan

    “So why don’t you find a terrorist cell to watch and maybe you be of some use to the citizens of the united states”? I believe that is what this site promotes, is the watching and video recording of “Domestic Terrorist” within our police departments who perpetrate on the American public on a daily basis.
    “groups like yours that just adds to their already stressful situations & job” If you can’t take the heat, see a shrink or find a different line of work.
    John Q mistaking some of the comments on this site to be the views of the creators of this site. Statement on the “ABOUT” page of this site: “We do not “hate cops.” We believe that no one – not even those with badges – has extra rights. The failure to realize and act on that is to our detriment. By focusing the disinfecting light of transparency on public officials we safeguard not just our rights but those of future generations.”
    Instead of pointing a finger at this web site, take the other three pointed in your direction and look within your own department and tell us truthfully that all your coworkers motives are pure and without abuse issues. Is there a “THIN BLUE LINE” there? Has there ever been a officer there that has been involved in illegal activities and held accountable?
    Just from your comment that generated this posting proves you have this us against them attitude that widens the gap between citizen and law enforcement and sabotages cooperation between your department and the public. It’s “We the People” not “We the Cops and Then the People” Transparency, Accountability, and Badges DON’T grant extra rights. I believe they are minding “our” business by holding public officials accountable.
    What really amazes me is how a lot of the public feel the need to be so thankful to police officers for the job they do. It’s a “JOB”, that those individuals decided to do out of all the jobs out there to chose from. And I’m suppose to be thankful to them for choosing that vocation to make a living at? Can you think of a job that pays as much as this and is as easy to get that only requires a high school diploma? You can’t tell me that all officers on the police forces in this country are motivated to do the job of law enforcement is because they feel a sense to perform a nobel public service. Tell me I’m wrong and I’ll say you are lying. For some it is about making a living and nothing else, like the rest of us who get up every day and go to work to do a “JOB”. Criminals are everywhere even in police departments and you folks are doing a piss poor job of policing yourselves, someone has to do it. If not you , then WHO?

  • http://www.policemisconduct.net Glenn

    Because the most depraved, highly motivated, and most diseased criminals naturally tend to gravitate towards positions of power. Like police departments and government offices.


    When you see common sense, t., underoath, psosgt and all the other shills spew their boot-licking propaganda here on Cop Block, remember, THIS IS WHO THEY ARE, THIS IS WHAT THEY STAND FOR, AND THIS IS WHAT THEY DEFEND!

    Wichita KS police officer Officer Joseph T. McGill, 28, was convicted today of committing a sexual act on a 3-month-old child and a 1-year-old child. Officer McGill pleaded guilty in January 2012 in an unrelated case to sexual battery while on duty as a police officer and was sentenced to three years probation. Those charges stemmed from separate incidents in November 2010 and February 2011. The judge set sentencing for March 1.


  • tz

    Since he seems to know exactly who every criminal in the USA is (doesn’t need things like due process, evidence, trial by jury, witnesses, etc.), perhaps he should just submit a list of names and itineraries so we can round all the “criminals” up once and for all in a few weeks and we won’t need police, judges, lawyers, or the rest of the infrastructure of JUSTICE. In the old communist and fascist nations in history they had almost no crime – but also no justice. The government would do anything they wanted to their citizens without recourse, but was nice enough to go after those who would do violence or theft (note the government owned everything including the persons of each citizen, so it wasn’t altruistic).

    The police and agencies like the SEC do a terrible job of even apprehending criminals. Who on wall street responsible for the massive fraud, robot-signing, or even someone that vandalizes your property where the police will take a report for your insurance company. In many cases, there is little evidence they protect and serve any citizen, but often just harass and worse.

    It was not always thus, and there are a few places and a few police that won’t tolerate crime – violation of rights – by the police themselves. In every other case, they are just the largest gang, the protected group of thugs, who just do what they want.

    Let us return to the public servant, the police who helped the drunk get home safely, not look for someone to arrest. The peace officer that settled disputes and de-escalated when things were getting out of control, who knew everyone by name and was tolerant of strangers and even of those who were different but didn’t hurt anyone.

    Let us rid ourselves of the occupying army with their tanks, armored personnel carriers, assault weapons, grenades, that think the USA homeland is just another AlQueda occupied village that probably should be bombed but instead they will destroy property and kill people one house at a time and have a lot of fun doing it.

  • certain

    An obvious slaptavist.

  • Common Sense

    The author is probably a cop at Sioux Falls County Sheriff Department, they are thugs!!

  • slappy

    Hilarious!!!! Cockblock.org makes sense to me. The activists probably wrote the letter themselves out of frustration. IF they didn’t write it then I do admire the person who wrote the letter.

  • RadicalDude

    @John Q.:
    Yes we should be watching, as you said, the terrorists. Cops are terrorists.

  • ishkabibble

    Hooray Sloopy!

    Austin Powers: Judo chop!

    Sloppy, I’ve no doubt you admire Johnny Q., he actually communicates at a higher level than you do. Though there are some similarities between your thought processes.

    However, you must find yourself in quite the quandary, Johnny Q. posting on this site would mean that he’s activating? Eeek, stupid ass activists, scum.

    Slaptavism is alive and well!

  • t.

    The high price of freedom was just paid in Boston. Thankfully the heros of Boston PD and the FBI were there to stand up for the innocent.

  • d0nj3nko

    If you have nothing to hide, you should welcome being filmed as it covers your actions if any sort of complaint is raised against you. All police film the public, they question, search etc etc, you do all this because you wear a costume and someone told you it is ok. Why not put yourself in another persons shoes and have a bit of empathy… Why not actually go out and genuinely help someone instead of acting like a steroid freak with a bad attitude trying to impress your fellow officers. It is quite rare to hear of a cop’s good nature where they actually go out and do what their department’s logo suggest’s e.g ‘Protect and Serve’… I remember a cop who saw a homeless man in the freezing cold with no shoe’s, he went and bought him a pair, he had no idea he was being filmed, he was just a good bloke. You ever done anything remotely similar (I am not saying you have to spend money) or are you a target go getter thinking you are doing good by the more lives you wreck? Basically just be a good person, if you are then why be bothered about being recorded? God bless us all…

  • d0nj3nko

    t…. You actually researched what happened in Boston or are you parroting what the MSM tells you to think? The majority of fbi’s so called terror stings etc are setup by themselves, this was no different, the only difference is they actually went through with it this time. If you check out the facts and not just look at what the fbi says is relevant (they said only certain pic’s should be regarded) then you will see the big picture you indoctrinated petty fool… People like you are the one’s that allow the government to carry on with it’s reign of terror, lies and deceit by not questioning anything. You may start down the track of sarcasm as is your way, e.g ‘sure the government would do that to their own people’… It is precisely that sort of mentality that caused 65,000,000 deaths in Russia during the reign of terror from the Bolshevik’s. The Jew’s went through the same thing, there’s a term for it, it is called the,’Normalcy bias’. Basically you convince yourself it could never happen here. Well it is happening, they basically brought about marshall law over 3 deaths due a 19yr old (their narrative)… There are many, many more deaths on a weekend in say Chicago, Detroit and you don’t get anything near that reaction. This is all being done to acclimatize you to an all out police state and if anyone is comfortable living under that sort of system then just look at what the Bolshevik’s did. Governments have killed (not through wars) over 250,000,000 since 1900, the term is called democide. Look at the history and research everything so you have an informed opinion instead of being told what to think and then argue with others thinking you know it all. That is a scary position to take. God bless us all…

  • Chesty

    At least I can legally kill the criminal element. As long as the criminals not wearing a badge.

  • RadicalDude

    There is no news story, the article is just a bunch of rhetoric and ad homonyms, it presents no facts to support its argument, it makes the bold claim that:

    “People and groups like yours are a key reason why the criminal element and terrorists are able to exist in our society with the knowledge that they can push the law to the limits and get away with certain situations”

    while offering no facts or evidence, or even logical inferences to support such a claim.

    It also makes the claim that cops are “the people that protect you.”

    Is there evidence of that?

    What is the main
    “purpose” of the police, or is there one?

  • oooorgle

    They are watching a terrorist group, the police and judicial system. John Q is just inconvenienced and wishes everyone that would do that to him in any way be dead.

  • Steve Pert

    If we mind our own business then you get what you want. No accountability for your actions. That’s what we are all about, officer accountability. You seem to think you can hold us accountable but you live by a different standard. You do not.

  • George

    This is the first time I’ve seen this web site. I’ve had 2 humiliating encounters with Local yokel police officers where undue force, including tazering, were employed against me. The result is a jaded citizen who questions the dubious conduct of local police officers. I find it difficult to even say that local cops are a necessary evil.

    For now, I still have the utmost respect for State Police Officers.

  • blank

    Wow. The lack of intelligence from that letter is stunning. Making people aware of their rights equates to terrorism? This goes with the whole mentality that law enforcement are some sort of Gods. This moron does not realize police cannot do anything to stop a crime. All they can do is react when a crime has been committed. Has anyone ever heard of a cop stopping a crime before it happened? I never have. He also does not believe people are capable of protecting themselves. I also like how he resorts to calling people “idiots.” Cause namecalling is not immature or elementary in any way. I also do not understand the “cock blocker” reference. Yeah, I get that it sounds the same but this site has nothing to do with keeping guys from getting laid. “You should be worried about the criminal element and it’s intentions to what crime they are getting ready to plan on commiting or going to commit.” <Wonderful mastery of the English language. It must be the 15 credits of college that is required to be a police officer, at least in this state. And by that, I mean ANY 15 credits. It does not have to be anything related to criminal justice or law. It could be 15 credits in 18th Century Russian Art and you'd be good to hit the street.

  • screwedyouth

    As a young person, 23 to be exact, I am superbly disgusted by the behavior of most cops I have had the “pleasure” of coming into contact with. False charges, illegal detention, and now my future is ruined because of them. I’m not going to go into details here, but I was pulled over for littering, which I didn’t do first of all. After about 20 minutes of him trying to get me to confess to littering (being the only justifiable reason to pull me over in the first place) and me telling him repeatedly that I did not, he proceeds to write me a ticket for it. It was at this point that I decided to get my phone and start filming, because I wanted proof that I told him I didn’t do it. He said “put that down” to which I replied “no sir,”. He then repeated himself and again I repeated myself. It was then that he grabbed me by the arm and slammed me into my car to try to arrest me. The shock of being arrested for filming him was so intense that I froze in place, to which he then charged me with resisting arrest. By the way, did I mention that my 3 young children were in the back of my car, two of whom were sick and vomiting? You may be asking yourself, so what? Well, I was enrolled in college, 4.0 student. Top of my class in computer science. Now, I cannot get a job because of this fuck was with a Nazi complex. Everyone I know says I should have just taken the charges and that would have been that, but nobody understands that THAT is the exact reason why it has gotten so bad. My grades have started to slide because I’m depressed because, hell if I can’t get a professional job due to the charges, what’s the fucking point? I just wasted 2 years of my life and 30 grand for a degree that I can’t get a job with for 7 years or however long it takes for this shit to come of my record. Thanks a lot assholes. And to top it off, I understand that the night in question, 2 miles down the road a woman was beaten nearly to death by her husband. Good thing they got this “criminal” off the streets.