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This is how you kick a cholo in the head!

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HAHAHAHAHA...that EMF homie got dissed on national news, got what he deserved. should have used him for decoy training for the K9 without an arm wrap instead haha
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HAHAHAHAHA...that EMF homie got dissed on national news, got what he deserved. should have used him for decoy training for the K9 without an arm wrap instead haha
The Hi-Five at the end with the K-9 Cop was classic... The fat seargent had his hand in the air for a while till he saw and acknowledged it.

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Hahahaha...that dumbshit got owned!!
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Thats fucken great! I can't wait till I get to do that LOL.

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so u think that cop will have a job by the end of the week
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Thats fucken great! I can't wait till I get to do that LOL.

just be sure to look over your shoulder or up in the sky for any media before you do that kind a shit. haha..best thing to do when transporting somebody is to take corners hard and brake checks.. those hard plastic seats are kinda slippery and that partition that separates the front and back is even harder

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just be sure to look over your shoulder or up in the sky for any media before you do that kind a shit. haha..best thing to do when transporting somebody is to take corners hard and brake checks.. those hard plastic seats are kinda slippery and that partition that separates the front and back is even harder

Hahahaha... You speaking from Experience there buddy!
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Hahahaha... You speaking from Experience there buddy!

haha..just maker sure you add to your incident report that the subject already had minor injuries to the face and head prior to transport!
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Looks like the cops is going to get away with this one!

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That's B.S. Guess it'll take another riot to get the man back in his cage. Dude had it coming but that's not what cops should present as their "best face"
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