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Saturday, February 7, 2009

[TX] I'm just testing my fonts [annnnd Face-punched Dallas female officers have learned a lesson]

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Cop-On-Cop Punch-in-the-Face to his [ex?] girlfriend Officer Erin Kaschalk means VERY LITTLE - like so LITTLE that DaLLaS pOliCe OfFiCeR mIcHaEL YaRbRouGh had 3 months (not years) of UNSUPERVISED [unsupervised?] probation [what da hell is Dat?] and agreed [because he DID it] to not fight the REDUCED [little insignificant private matter mountain out of mole hill] charge that had MORPHED into something that NO LONGER even MENTION family or domestic violence. He's just a guy [like you?] with a badge and entrusted sworn powers of arrest who got away with punching a cop - his most intimate friend - in the face and lacerating her lips with his
oh
so
MACHO
fist

that is now CLEARED for hitting women - and that's okay. that's OKAY. cuz we know if he was to get convicted for what he DID do - if it was called the crime it WAS - then HE could not arrest you or me anymore. So call a stone a basket. How does that fly? The cop he punched is just a woman - and he's slept with her so he can treat her
any
way
he wannnts.
MINDYOUROWNF-INGBUSINESS!
WHATTHEF*CKAREYOULOOKINGAT?
aNd YET i bEt dallas pd wants comMUNITY reSPECT? But YOU KNOW it's not what a cop does - it's what a department tolerates - that makes a pd look LIKE A CRAZED CLUSTER. Know that. And now all the DPD cops know, and all their women know, and all the female officers know that
in DPD OFFICER-involved domestic violence may as well stay

a private matter.

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3 comments:

  1. Dallas police officer given 10-day suspension over girlfriend's assault
    Dallas Morning News, TX
    Jan 16, 2009

    Officer Michael Yarbrough received a 10-day suspension during a hearing on Thursday.

    In October, Yarbrough was ordered to serve three months of unsupervised deferred adjudication probation and to attend anger management class. He pleaded no contest to the misdemeanor charge.

    His girlfriend, Officer Erin Kaschalk, told police in February 2008 that Yarbrough returned to their North Dallas apartment early one morning and accused her of sleeping with another man. She told police that he punched her in the mouth, splitting her lip.

    Yarbrough, an 11-year veteran, originally faced a Class A misdemeanor family violence assault charge, but that charge was reduced to a Class C misdemeanor with no finding of family violence.

    http://crimeblog.dallasnews.com/archives/2009/01/dallas-police-officer-given-10.html

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  2. Yeah... And then the woman stands there in brown polyblend telling her command that her husband really will kill her and they say things like, " I know him from working with him, I wouldn't worry" and give you a little pat on the back and a shake of the head that means you are just a hysterical woman. Once it's ignored once, the rest of the department backs it up. Oh... On the bright side if you aren't sworn, you probably just get totally ignored instead of the "you know better than to report this" lecture...

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  3. I was pulled over from being "paced" shortly after this.... guy was a complete disrepectful asshole! I simply asked what I was pulled over for because I knew damn well he didn't get me speeding. He abruptly answered my question and then pulled me out of the car to stand over his hood on the side of the busy highway.

    Karma's a bitch and I hope with all I have this guy gets what's coming to him.

    Everything here described fits the description of what type of a person I saw that day.... bad bad example of an officer that is supposed to be working for the people!

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