Cops' Stories

I can’t sleep after reading these stories from cops, emergency response etc. This forum makes a fertile source for ideas of horror films for movie directors.
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Don’t read if you have a faint heart

I have a faint heart, wanting in strength, and I hate cops.

There is a DW. documentary about extra judicial killings in kenya. Hio stori locally tunaijua as hessy wa kayole wa e.tc. ni kama hessy ndiye anamulikwa sasa

While we do have rogue cops, in truth most parents have opted to turn a blind eye to what their children get up-to and guess what, the police aren’t going to (in my worthless opinion they should not) negotiate with criminals no matter how baby-faced they come across - case in point the two executed in Eastleigh last year.
Only issue I have is with accountability - which is where the rogue cops come in.
However, all said and done, those communities are a much safer place whenever Hessy and Co pitch camp - the residents will tell you so even as the aggrieved parents and their “cheering squad” mumble and mutter.
It is sad that parents bury their children. :frowning:

I don’t advocate for extrajudicial killings but a juvenile criminal is a threat to every live person.

Unasema nini?

nasema those wannabe thugs (teenagers) are a threat to anyone because anyone can encounter them.

they are trigger happy and any encounter with them is not a pleasant one last year along manyanja road they almost carjacked me it was my quick thinking en reversing dangerous on the road saved me but the car was left with bullet mark hole

nasema those wannabe thugs (teenagers) are a threat to anyone because anyone can encounter them.

they are trigger happy and any encounter with them is not a pleasant one last year along manyanja road they almost carjacked me it was my quick thinking en reversing dangerous on the road saved me but the car was left with bullet mark hole