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TOPIC: Crooked Cop Killer
#213343
Crooked Cop Killer 2 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
Wayne Couzens ghastly vile man - absolutely typical of today's Police. Using Police Warrant Card; Handcuffs. If he hadn't killed Sarah Everard, or had been more clever and vanished her corpse, like Levi Bellfield did with Milly Dowler, he'd have escaped to kill many more (as Bellfield did, thanks totally to Surrey Police). And his superiors would have supported him (as they did when he exposed himself a few days earlier). Ditto the George Floyd killer - if a member of the public hadn't used a smart phone, that killer cop would have been promoted. Something is very, very wrong with global police.
 
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#213344
hedda

Re:Crooked Cop Killer 2 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
Just read that his colleagues referred to him as the "Rapist Cop" for 5 years before he was arrested.

Perhaps they meant it affectionately.
 
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#213346
Re:Crooked Cop Killer 2 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
My favourite post from you this year, Hedda!
 
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#213357
Jo

Re:Crooked Cop Killer 2 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
Maybe he has already killed more.

Friends in Deal said Couzens was regularly seen wearing his police belt with handcuffs and pepper spray, when not on duty, and he lied that he was an undercover police officer

Killer cop 'must have' struck BEFORE: Criminologists suggest Wayne Couzens showed 'experienced behaviour' by snatching Sarah Everard off street then torching body - and police 'must be looking into his links to other crimes'

Criminologist Professor David Wilson told MailOnline: 'I am absolutely convinced he is being looked at for other things.

'Everything revealed yesterday suggests Couzens has behaved in this way before.

'It suggests to me this wasn't his first offence. Nobody moves into this type of behaviour overnight – they are a long time in the making.

'Nothing would surprise me about Wayne Couzens and Wayne Couzens' previous offending.

'I would treat him in the same category as John Worboys – because of the circumstances of him using his occupation to target lone women.

'He was engaged in a lot of planning. One of the riskiest things was he drove her 80 miles with a handcuffed woman in the back of his car.

'The fact he did suggests he thought he was safe and that must come from the fact he has done something similar in the past.

'What was unusual – and suggests his experience – was his disposal of the body.

'Burning someone's remains is a good way to get rid of it. All of that suggests this is experienced behaviour.'

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1004469...ds-family-trial.html
 
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#213358
Green Man

Re:Crooked Cop Killer 2 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
He has probably done more - no way is this his first killing. It starts with animals or small pets normally then progresses.

I have heard that the Met Police are saying he wasn't one of their officers which is passing the buck.

[quote]Friends in Deal said Couzens was regularly seen wearing his police belt with handcuffs and pepper spray, when not on duty, and he lied that he was an undercover police officer[quote]

Why didn't his friends report him if he known to be abuse his power or were his mates up to shenanigans ?
 
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#213381
Wyot

Re:Crooked Cop Killer 2 Weeks, 1 Day ago  
It is now our responsibility to "tackle" plain clothes Police Officers regarding their identity and intentions; rather than the Police tackling mysoginistic and abusive attitudes within their own ranks.

www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-58757375

Why only plain clothes Police? Does the donning of a uniform change anything?

A remarkable & depressing statement from Police: you can no longer take us on face value.

We can't control our own officers.
 
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#213385
Re:Crooked Cop Killer 2 Weeks, 1 Day ago  
The reality is - global police behaviour, after 200 years - has declined so badly that now, almost daily, there is evidence of gross misconduct or even crimes. This must be the year to change it.
 
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#213390
Honey

Re:Crooked Cop Killer 2 Weeks, 1 Day ago  
Green Man wrote:
[quote]He has probably done more - no way is this his first killing. It starts with animals or small pets normally then progresses.

I have heard that the Met Police are saying he wasn't one of their officers which is passing the buck.

[quote]Friends in Deal said Couzens was regularly seen wearing his police belt with handcuffs and pepper spray, when not on duty, and he lied that he was an undercover police officer

Why didn't his friends report him if he known to be abuse his power or were his mates up to shenanigans ?


I think we know the answer to that already.
Get rid of them!
 
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#213426
Re:Crooked Cop Killer 2 Weeks, 1 Day ago  
And isn't it odd that, yet again, everybody - like Boris - has chosen to go down the wrong road. Instead of "we must stop police brutality" it's become "keep women safe". It is totally unimportant that the victim was a woman. Would it have been less nasty if the victim had been a small boy or an old lady? For God's sake, humanity, GROW UP! Just like America - incapable of seeing the real problem (stupid or bent cops will misuse their power to kill people) media turned George Floyd's killing into a Black Lives Matter crusade. Like Sarah Everard - ALL lives matter and society globally needs to sort out the massive problem with police. Out of control; misusing power; lacking decency or humanity; breaking the rules; protected by superiors.
 
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#213432
Wyot

Re:Crooked Cop Killer 2 Weeks ago  
If an off-duty Police Officer this weekend kills an elderly male pedestrian by stealing and joy-riding in a car - assuming people get animated enough about an elderly male but let's say he was a very friendly cute looking one - then next week Police (fully backed by Boris and every MP) will announce:

- Protecting elderly males is urgent and all our responsibilities.

- We must all ensure our cars are locked and parked as near to our houses as possible to deter their officers.

- Elderly males out walking alone should stick their thumbs out to try and get a lift from a passing ice cream van if feeling threatened by any erratically driven vehicles.

We will discover:

- The driver who killed the elderly war veteran was an officer from a neighbouring force and his colleagues are great detectives because they had nick-named him "dangerous drive Doug" and noted his addiction to watching "The Fast & The Furious". Sometimes while driving Police vehicles.

-Despite being reported for driving over the toes of male Police staff (nearing retirement age) in the staff car park on four separate occassions; Doug had never been charged with a crime.

-Colleagues - while noting that Doug had always been "odd" and refusing to join in car share schemes with him - attributed his behaviour to "being a bloke".
 
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#213433
Re:Crooked Cop Killer 2 Weeks ago  
I think you have a very accurate view of the world WYOT.
 
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#213448
Jo

Re:Crooked Cop Killer 2 Weeks ago  
Great post, Wyot.

Green Man wrote:
He has probably done more - no way is this his first killing. It starts with animals or small pets normally then progresses.

At the start of this interview, the TalkRadio presenter says that Couzens had a "record of extreme cruelty to animals". Can't find other references to that online, for some reason, though it sounds plausible. In the footage of him being interviewed by police at home there's a pet cat in the background.

 
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#213541
Green Man

Re:Crooked Cop Killer 1 Week, 5 Days ago  
Honey wrote:
[quote]Green Man wrote:
[quote]He has probably done more - no way is this his first killing. It starts with animals or small pets normally then progresses.

I have heard that the Met Police are saying he wasn't one of their officers which is passing the buck.

Friends in Deal said Couzens was regularly seen wearing his police belt with handcuffs and pepper spray, when not on duty, and he lied that he was an undercover police officer

Why didn't his friends report him if he known to be abuse his power or were his mates up to shenanigans ?


I think we know the answer to that already.
Get rid of them!


Defund the police ?
 
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#213542
Green Man

Re:Crooked Cop Killer 1 Week, 5 Days ago  
Jo wrote:
Great post, Wyot.

Green Man wrote:
He has probably done more - no way is this his first killing. It starts with animals or small pets normally then progresses.

At the start of this interview, the TalkRadio presenter says that Couzens had a "record of extreme cruelty to animals". Can't find other references to that online, for some reason, though it sounds plausible. In the footage of him being interviewed by police at home there's a pet cat in the background.



Maybe there was school friends who came forward ?

In almost every crime documentary I have seen or true crime book I have read in the past, there's a 99% chance they will mention cruelty to animals when they mention the killer childhoods or youth TV or book.

I did read in an article in an Canadian newspaper years ago they did a report on sexual perverts. It stated it starts off with normal porn the fiend obtained at a young age, then they get bored with it after looking at the same thing and then they gradually move to the more extreme disgusting stuff or act out their fantasies. It's always men by the way who are the culprits but women !

I suppose it's like drug addicts - starts with weed or beer they enjoy the buzz then their bodies get used the highs then try chase the buzz all over again.
 
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