I FLY TO DFW TO CONFRONT MOUTHY COP – WITH JAMES FREEMAN AND MRS. 5-0 – RENE VILLANUEVA

I FLY TO DALLAS TO CONFRONT MOUTHY COP – WITH JAMES FREEMAN AND MRS. 5-0 – RENE VILLANUEVA

https://www.wfaa.com/article/news/local/dallas-county/dallas-officer-involved-in-2-shootings-recommended-for-firing-after-alleged-assault/254890396

https://www.dallasobserver.com/news/dallas-police-officer-rene-villanueva-fired-for-punching-speeding-driver-on-dash-cam-7119402

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  1. Swearing Is Actually a Sign of More Intelligence – Not Less – Say Scientists
    The use of obscene or taboo language – or swearing, as it’s more commonly known – is often seen as a sign that the speaker lacks vocabulary, cannot express themselves in a less offensiv way, or even lacks intelligence.
    Studies have shown, however, that swearing may in fact display a more, rather than less, intelligent use of language.
    While swearing can become a habit, we choose to swear in different contexts and for different purposes: for linguistic effect, to convey emotion, for laughs, or perhaps even to be deliberately nasty.
    Psychologists interested in when and why people swear try to look past the stereotype that swearing is the language of the unintelligent and illiterate.
    In fact, a study by psychologists from Marist College found links between how fluent a person is in the English language and how fluent they are in swearing.
    The former – verbal fluency – can be measured by asking volunteers to think of as many words beginning with a certain letter of the alphabet as they can in 1 minute.
    People with greater language skills can generally think of more examples in the allotted time. Based on this approach, the researchers created the swearing fluency task. This task requires volunteers to list as many different swear words as they can think of in 1 minute.
    By comparing scores from both the verbal and swearing fluency tasks, it was found that the people who scored highest on the verbal fluency test also tended to do best on the swearing fluency task. The weakest in the verbal fluency test also did poorly on the swearing fluency task.
    What this correlation suggests is that swearing isn’t simply a sign of language poverty, lack of general vocabulary, or low intelligence.
    Instead, swearing appears to be a feature of language that an articulate speaker can use in order to communicate with maximum effectiveness. And actually, some uses of swearing go beyond just communication..

  2. I would like to know if anything was ever done about the Attitude of that officer. You just can’t give some people any authority. It’s a shame that they get in that place of authority and abuse it and the filming public!! Very unprofessional I spent 14 years in law enforcement and you have really opened my eyes to these bad police officers.

  3. Johnny, PLEASE stop arguing if photography is suspicious or not. It doesn't matter. What matters is that the cops didn't have reasonable suspicion OF A CRIME! Again, don't argue the suspicion part. Argue the "of a crime" part. The supreme court made this clear in Brown vs Texas. They said, it doesn't matter how suspicious Mr. Brown was being. The cop didn't have reasonable suspicion OF A CRIME!

  4. When one takes on the job of working for the public, they must also take on the language of the public. Yes, the public can be polite. But the public also has the right to say what they want to you…. BITCH. 😃👍

  5. They hung up on you because of your language and name calling. I would have hung up on you also whether I was a cop or anything else. Gee you even get upset because an officer burped and excuses himself. Don't like your video or methods here. Now the cops should not have hung up but your methods, attitude and name calling disqualify you from credibility and gives them the right to hang up on you. Maybe if you were more professional you would have gotten better results. Now you are telling your reason for calling to a cop who has nothing to do with it. Then why should this officer believe anything you are saying and why are you even bothering him with it. He's either a dispatcher or working inside. Why should these people listen to anything you say you are on the phone, refuse to say who you are and they have no obligation to tell you anything about the incident.

  6. I’d like to see some of the code 3/4 dash cam footages of responding Officer’s on auditors simply taking pictures for a non emergency situation. I’m sure their driving recklessly endangering the roadways & pedestrians.

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