This morning I was tagged in a video (embedded below) post on Facebook by Nick Majors who stated. “Leaving the concert last night in Noblesville IN, and this cop was all over the road and going 15 over. You’ll see why. MUST WATCH!!!!!”
It appears that someone is in the front passenger seat of a Indiana State Trooper vehicle and that they were leaning over into the driver’s seat – for some reason (dropped some M&M’s maybe?).
133NCP is the license plate number and the incident seems to have happened Saturday night.
I reached out to both the State Troopers and Noblesville Police Department to see if the license plate was one of their vehicles. Sgt Kaiser, with the State Police, stated that the plate was NOT one of the state troopers. While the Noblesville dispatcher refused to verify and insisted on getting my personal information so that “an officer could call me back.”
I’m sure we’ll find out which city’s police force this vehicle belongs to and why the M&M’s were spilled in the officers lap soon enough. Until then, I want to point out that I don’t give a damn about 15 miles over the speed limit, crossing the solid line or if the cop was getting road head. The point here is the double standard this highlights.
This officer spends his time targeting and ticketing (extorting) people for the very things he’s doing now. And since he didn’t harm anyone – so long as that head was voluntary – I don’t see a point in ‘punishing’ him. Yet, I do want to highlight the double standard and hypocrisy.
Sure this wasn’t the most responsible thing to do but no one was harmed. So while I’d like to know who was riding around in a tax funded car getting their freak on, I think this is more of a, “now you know how we feel” moment (since this is a victimless crime) for the piggies than anything else.
Now if the officer had an accident and harmed others, then he would have to be held accountable for those actions. Yet, that holds true even if he wasn’t speeding, was in his lane, and wasn’t getting his little wiener sucked. See, extorting people for victimless crimes doesn’t prevent accidents. Furthermore, it really doesn’t matter if you’re distracted, impaired or whatever, if you cause harm you have to be held accountable for that. Maybe that’s as simple as replacing some property, other times, it’s more complicated because you took a life.
Hopefully, we start holding people accountable and stop pretending to with extortion. I’m sure this cop understands what I’m talking about.