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Super shitty 1st week on the job
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Submitted by scaredyclassic on June 4, 2020 - 8:30pm
One of the floyd cops was a total noob, 3rd service call, under chauvins supervision, brand new cop now in on serious charges.
Another was on his 4th day.
Defense attorneys said Kueng, 26, of Plymouth was working his third shift ever as a full-time officer and Lane, 37, of St. Paul was working his fourth day as a full-time officer on the day they encountered Floyd.
However shitty your week at work is, thes eguys beat u...
damn...terrible reversal of fortune. I feel bad...
and im not even inclined to be sympathetic.
Your brand new, all excited about your new gig, you get a douchebag supervisor, and then u lose your job, maybe your life and you break the usa.
That is some serious winning the lottery backwards bad luck
Not guilty...like they could realistically disobey chauvin...
you know what, give him his damn job back too.
If your manager sucks...move on. I stayed at a job too long at the beginning of my career. Abusive mgr. Ugh. I was so miserable.
True i wasnt very good, but the guy had me so tied up in knots i did worse. It was just how he rolled, fucking with underlings. On the other hand, he was very ethical
But at least i got to leave, no prison, no going down in history as the face of systemic racism
If i could have a do over in life idve left after the first tantrum. Was bullshit.
Lawyers are warned in ethics that even new lawyers have to make independent ethical calls, dont rely on someone cuz theyre your boss, or old...yes, lawyers study ethics even have to take the mpre, kind of the sat of legal ethics.
Very Failable test...
I made it on the first try, barely. I could not figure out the correct answers on a lot of the damn multiple choice questions, even when i knew the rule cold. Alwaus 2 of the answers seemed totally correct. Basically u guess.
I wonder what cops are told on the issue of disobeying the training officer.
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