No need to threaten him? The Dumb Sh-- should have been run over. Another Black eye for the rest of us bikers. No need to threaten him?????Kevin Kuiper said:Holly Cow :shock: :shock: That Biker was an Idiot :lol: :lol: :lol: But was that Cop ever Pissed at the End :roll: No Need for all the dumb threats & coments, He had Him down and was Cuffing Him :wink: :wink:
I get PMs about that all the time. Alpine loop here about 20 min from my house. I just did the ride yesterday. Utah has some AMAZING sights to see.maskedman72 said:jetmech, could you plse post some pix of the x in your sig photo?
it looks amazing.
I agree! The cop had the plate and for ten minutes put multiple families in jeopardy. I do not agree with the idiot running nor do I condone it. But every intersection they ran through could have killed a family, my family. The pursuit should have been called early on.suncoast said:Yes I agree The biker should get his just rewards. However The cop.. Yes the cop was way out of line. He took a speeding offence and made it into his own version of Justifiabe Homicide! Screw you and I on our way home we do not matter, We get creamed SO WHAT!
He (the cop) and the idiot he was chasing went fast, very fast. Ran lights and so on. Then he rammed the bike with an ending that was predetermined (crash) your son or my brother commiting the act of speeding and dangerous driving and as a reult is potentially killed by a Police officer for just that, is that acceptable ? It is not to me.
Whatever happened to using your radio? this cop is a cowboy and would be fired if he tried it here in Ontario. To many inocent bystanders were killed and maimed here so new pursuit rules have been enforced. Get the plate # if you can then back off and wait. There are plenty of opportunitys to catch him without this. This is not me talking this is the RCMP
Anyway google Ghost rider and watch some Euro cops make an Ass of themselves
First, Dispatcher is following protocol for pursuit. Variables like speed, weather, traffic and such determine wether or not to continue or shut it down. Every transmission is recorded and will be used if necessary to support or condemn the Officer in court so you know. If there is one thing that really burns an LEO, it is someone who tries to flee. That alone is enough to want to smack the dumb out of someone if it were allowed. If you noticed, after it was all said and done, the Officer was actually concerned for the idiots health. Having lived all over the world, I would like to see how the Japanese or Italian Police would have handled this. We are soft on this side. Criminals have more rights in prisons then normal people have in some othe countries I have been to.Moekazi said:That cop was horrible. He exhibited the classic "go where you look". Notice when the bike brakes hard, the cop starts drifting right on over up the biker's rear end even though he's got plenty of room all over the road. He gets on the brakes too much and the car teeters near going out of control.
I think that if i were the biker that i might just keep running too. This cop is at least as dangerous as anything else out on the road. The biker can't even pull over without the cop running him over. No, i don't think any of the three times the cop hit the bike it was intentional.
I'm all for taking out a runner, car or bike, at the first sign of taking off. There are some good ways to do it. This was just a cop not qualified for high speed chases being extremely homicidal in his ineptitude.
Maybe the cop was just too distracted by the radio to focus on driving. What's up with asking about speed and traffic every 5 seconds? That was annoying.