Why? Old warrants, slap jacks / sap, shotguns all on display at Brunswick police

Brunswick police department personnel pass. But fail for tools that carry a history of trouble and silly warrants for alcohol on display. Time to remove these and stop living in the past maybe?

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Author: rafael.nieves

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36 thoughts on “Why? Old warrants, slap jacks / sap, shotguns all on display at Brunswick police

  1. Why in the hell can’t we watch quality video content, without being forced to view Mike Bloomberg ads ? I understand that ads help make some content possible, but Jesus Christ, you can’t even pee at a public urinal, without a picture of Mighty Mike on the wall watching you ! I just wish I could select a blanket F-U to ALL of his ads he’s assaulting everyone with. I want to see JM’s content and relieve an impatient bladder WITHOUT Mini-Mike’s “vote for me’s” ! Just an observation.

  2. I’ll gladly join you next time you come to town. I live here. You should visit Glynn county police as the Chief and three high ranking officers were just indicted.

  3. Why? They miss the old days before those damn auditors started messing up all the fun with their stupid cameras & all that Constitution & rights talk…blah..blah…blah.. yadda..yadda…yadda (typed in dismissive cop manner). 🙄

  4. That was one of the first search warrants executed and the document below was one of the first bail notes posted by the guy's wife to get him out of the hoosegow. It's just history and interesting- no propaganda or hidden meaning…..lol

  5. Some parts of history definitely have archaic appeal.

    Saw an old cook book, where in the description it said, "when you is shellin peas, use your thumbnails to dig them out, like your gouging out a man's eyes". Some folks may insist on still doing it that way. If that don't work use a blackjack to mash potatoes.

  6. Vin, French for wine. Displays are of hitoric interest. Thanks for showing them. Hopefully they were either on loan or donated and not paid for at taxpayer expense. That's like asking why we still have holacost memorials and museums. One must be aware of history and transtions; hopefully toward achieving that elusive goal of equal justice for ALL. Good interview.

  7. In my opinion that PD has a museum of brutalization weapons as a sneaky way of trying to show how far they have come in the last 100 years. “You see, we don’t use this stuff anymore. Now we use modern versions of weaponry to do the same thing.”

  8. James Madison Audits do a public records request for the percent of tint on the police vehicles and the cost or billing from the vendor that supplied it.

  9. I can’t believe you didn’t even mention the most offensive weapon they had on display, it was at 4:06….. that camera! How dare they display something that can cause so much harm and destruction…………

  10. Proudly keeping the citizens of Brunswick compliant since 1856…

    End qualified immunity now!
    Create citizen oversight boards everywhere now!
    RECORD EVERYTHING!!

  11. It is a morbid display…next century they will have displays of tasers etc…
    But the people weren't jerks, so there's that!

  12. It stinks because the FLETC is there! Jacked up Org…has the wool pulled over everyone's eyes…real sham…I mean shame

  13. I believe it could because it’s history it’s What was and is now no longer legal. In a way it shows how we have come from the old way too today??

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