The Difference Between Doctors & Nurses and Police?

by Simon 19 Replies latest social current

  • TD

    One of the biggest differences is education, but setting that aside, murder convictions against doctors are actually not that unusual.

    A police officer on the other hand, can blatantly murder and usually walk.

    And again, this is not about expecting perfection. This is about having some semblance of accountability.

  • pistolpete

    The problem is that the people who are voted to be leaders like Congress woman Rashida Tlaib, are the very ones who incite mobs to abolish the police from the entire USA. She says the only criminals in the Country are the police.

    The fact that her district voted her to Congress says a lot about he district.

    These leaders are one million times worse than the Governing Body of JWs

    Imagine what our Country would be like if there were no police.

  • LoveUniHateExams

    ^^^ Rashida Tlaib is insane.

    She's free to emigrate to Palestine if she wants.

  • Simon

    Here's how stark the difference is between the professions:

    There have been multiple cases of serial killers hiding within the medical industry, people who have killed significant numbers of people (in the high double-digits). They used the medical industry as cover for their killing.

    The only serial killers I can think of who were cops were ex-cops when they killed. I think it would stand out if an on-duty cop had multiple interactions where people died.

  • Rocketman123

    Mistakes are made with both professions with varying consequences to their outcome.

    Motive and intentions can also vary which are connected to their unique professional activity.

    No such thing living in a perfect world when humans are involved.

  • mickbobcat

    nurses and police don't think they are gods

  • JeffT

    If you don't like or trust your doctor, you can get a different one.

  • Simon
    If you don't like or trust your doctor, you can get a different one.

    So all those victims who were killed by their mistakes were just stupid and it was their own fault?

  • Rocketman123

    So all those victims who were killed by their mistakes were just stupid and it was their own fault?

    There are established laws in most modernized countries to how police are to act in certain circumstances, ie to trying to escape the police while being retained in a investigation, usually is not a legal justification for the police to shoot the person or to use such physical force to kill

    Its a matter of how the killing occurred, was it done in the bounds of legality or out ?

  • Anony Mous
    Anony Mous

    @RocketMan: if the police tried to apprehend a suspect but had to let him go because he “resisted”, first of all, nobody would ever go to jail and second, who would be held responsible when they victimized someone else?

    Because guess what the media would be saying: 12yo black kid shot by gang member because racist police let him go.

    If you don’t want to get shot, don’t fight with police, it’s simple, they are better than you at both fighting and shooting, they trained for it. No sane person would think they can win.

    And yes, it is legal for the police to shoot someone who presents an immediate danger to themselves or the public. That classifies anyone trying to run away in a car, anyone with outstanding warrants for weapons charges, anyone with a gun, a knife or other weapon.

    The fact not more criminals get shot is a wonder in and of itself. What would you do if you’re standing face to face with a hardened criminal twice your size and with known weapons and a violent history? I would squeeze the trigger as soon as I got a clear shot. And that has been every moronic criminal the media has drug up so far: Breonna Taylor, George Floyd and every “say his name” were active criminals, resisting the police in their legal duties and actively tried to kill or hurt the police while they were being apprehended.

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