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Lately I’ve seen a quite a few of videos depicting police officers abusing their power. Most people don’t understand is the kind of stress this job entails; it can push you to a point where you won’t recognise yourself. I have never served in a police force (nor will Mrs Sharp let me), but my time in the army as someone with power, I had to deal with very real potential threats. That is no excuse for the behaviour, but I hope this video can illustrate a little of what they have to deal with on a daily basis – both comical and dangerous.


This video shows a series of gun related mishaps which are due to mechanical failures, operator error, and several more clips that just demonstrate a complete lack of common sense when it comes to handling and using any firearm.


Warning, this video contains highly trained Special task force Operatives conducting tactics that are not deemed safe by normal standards.  Do not attempt this at home.


After years of development, the Special Forces community has finally released one of it’s best kept secrets to the public. Do not try this at home!

Cop without seat belt

A concerned Detroit citizen spots a local police vehicle being driven erratically and when he pulls along side the vehicle he see’s the officer driving without his seat belt and begins to tell the officer to put it on. He then follows the officer telling him to pull over  until he reaches a parking lot and see’s the police vehicle drive away.

Whether or not officers are obligated to wear seat belts is determined by their department in most states, but due to the nature of the job most officers are not required by law. Exiting their vehicle quickly to peruse a suspect on foot is one of the many reasons why seat belts are a suggestion rather than a requirement for officers.

Keeping officers on their feet isn’t always a bad thing, but in this case the guy yelling at the officer seems like he could use a swift kick upside the head.