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    Re: Hackers post copsí personal data to avenge Occupy movement

    Quote Originally Posted by misterman View Post
    What's your real name and address? Post it here please. I want to send you an angry letter.
    Talk about lame attempts to make it personal. She is a private citizen of this country not involved in law or government at all.

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    Re: Hackers post copsí personal data to avenge Occupy movement

    Quote Originally Posted by tessaesque View Post
    Okay. A cop isn't the person who presented, drafted, sponsored, voted, or signed legislation into effect. He enforces the laws that the representives we elected voted into existence. He isn't the one who decided we should have the Patriot Act or any other "invasion of privacy" law that currently exists. In fact, I'd be willing to bet that most cops don't go into the job thinking they get to defend the government's invasion into our privacy.

    This semantics game is ridiculous.
    A cop is someone who is willing to enforce the laws that the people in office drafted, sponsored, voted, or signed legislation into effect and a cop is someone who willingly chooses to enforce the patriot act.


    You're arguing for the punishment of cops because you don't like what your elected officials did.
    If it is not punishment for the government to spy on you and violate your privacy then it is not punishment for private citizens to post the names and addresses of police officers.
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    Re: Hackers post copsí personal data to avenge Occupy movement

    Quote Originally Posted by Henrin View Post
    Talk about lame attempts to make it personal.
    Exactly! You get it!

    She is a private citizen of this country not involved in law or government at all.
    But my point is made.

    Everyone has the right to a private life, even those involved in governing. If someone has a problem with how this cop does his job, there's a right way and a wrong way to handle it.
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