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Dwindling backup from LMPD, financial incentives lead to east Louisville police merger

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RE: Dwindling backup from LMPD, financial incentives lead to...

September 9th, 2022 @ 5:11AM (3 months ago)

LOL at you talking about fisher covering up scandals with LMPDs own history of doing the exact exactly that. James Adams and Chris Baker ring any bells? How about Breonna Taylor? Time and again LMPD shows it's own corruption on par with our exceeding NYPD and Chicago's worst.

Now listen to you candy *** bl+chez crying about being held accountable.

Goddamn are you all ever stupid!

RE: Dwindling backup from LMPD, financial incentives lead to...

September 16th, 2022 @ 3:06PM (3 months ago)

The white Highlands liberals who have always run Louisville don't care about crime outside of their little area of town. If crime goes up there, then officers get detailed until it drops.

Everyone else in this county is left to fend for themselves. People in the rest of the county are fed up with being told police won't patrol more or even respond to criminals breaking in to their cars, stealing their catalytic converters, firing shots around neighborhoods, or operating open air drug markets in the west end. The democrats now run LMPD, the state police, the sheriff, and the FBI. The FBI's busy trying to catch the mythical and rarer-than-unicorns MAGA Trump insurrectionist supremacists at the direction of their senile nursing home patient of a President https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2022/aug/30/allegations-political-bias-widespread-misconduct-p/ Everyone else is laying low and taking runs to avoid being charged for "violating civil rights" if they every have to return fire against a suspect.

There was a Courier-Journal op-ed recently telling people not to form new small cities under the upcoming new state law, but that's exactly what's going to happen. Those small cities will form police departments to replace LMPD and the rest of Metro. I'm sure a lot of Louisville will be annexed by existing small cities too. That's the only hope this county has of keeping its working population from bolting to another county to get away from the crime.