It's war: Largest police union threatens Hollyweirdo Tarantino with "surprise"

Quentin Tarantino at anti-cop rally
Hollywood director Quentin Tarantino, whose movies are saturated with guns and violence, is the foot-fetishist who participated in a #BlackLivesMatter rally against police brutality in New York on October 24, where he indiscriminately called [all] cops “murderers”. (See “Protesters flip off NYPD days after cop slay“)
Since then, the foot fetishist has refused to apologize despite his own father, Tony, speaking out, saying that there are four police officers in his family, one killed and the other, Frank Gucciardi, who was horribly injured and almost died in the line of duty in the Vietnam War protests at Columbia University in 1968. Tony Tarantino said that had his son “pinpointed his comments to a particular abuse situation, or an officer who was out of line, that would have been fine. But not to describe an entire department as killers and murderers.”
Harvey Weinstein, the Democrat producer of Tarantino’s upcoming movie The Hateful Eight, also wants Tarantino to apologize because police groups have called for a boycott of the flick.
Tarantino’s labeling of police as murderers has drawn the ire of unions from the largest police departments in the country, border patrol and other law enforcement organizations.
The war started by Tarantino is now heating up even more.
Ryan Parker and Pamela McClintock report for The Hollywood Reporter, Nov. 5, 2015, that the largest U.S. police union has made a veiled threat at Tarantino, saying they have a “surprise” in store for him.
Jim Pasco, executive director of the D.C.-based Fraternal Order of Police, comprised of more than 330,000 full-time, sworn officers, would not go into any detail about what is being cooked up for the Hollywood director. All Pasco would say is that it would be a “surprise”, but it would not be violent.
Pasco said: “We’ll be opportunistic. Tarantino has made a good living out of violence and surprise. Our offices make a living trying to stop violence, but surprise is not out of the question.”
Pasco said the surprise in question is already “in the works,” and will be in addition to the standing boycott of Tarantino’s films, including his upcoming movie The Hateful Eight.
“Something is in the works, but the element of surprise is the most important element,” says Pasco. “Something could happen anytime between now and [the premiere]. And a lot of it is going to be driven by Tarantino, who is nothing if not predictable. The right time and place will come up and we’ll try to hurt him in the only way that seems to matter to him, and that’s economically.”
When asked if this was a threat, Pasco said no, at least not a physical threat. “Police officers protect people,” he says. “They don’t go out to hurt people.”
Although Tarantino’s movies are full of guns and violence, he oh-so-self-servingly has said he does not believe that violence in movies inspires acts of violence in real life — which is contradicted by scientific studies.
Tarantino is also a hypocrite, being in favor of gun control. Last month, the hypocrite also called the police he despises to report that a stranger had broken into his Los Angeles house, and cops talked the intruder into leaving without incident, TMZ reported.
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vrajavala
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alex jones confirms that Tarantino is co-ordinating his attacks with WH

dawes777
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Pasco’s statement of a ‘surprise’ is a legal threat to Tarantino. He needs to understand the legal aspect of that statement. Pasco’s statement also demonstrates the bloody-minded nature of the collective consciousness of police at all levels, by ‘protecting’ the actions of cop-thugs who commit murder. Irrespective of the nature of Tarantino’s films, he made a justified statement about cop-thugs murdering innocent people in public situations, in peoples homes and within the confines of police stations. And still nothing is done to bring these thugs in uniform to justice, which in itself demonstrates their out-and-out corruption and contempt for the… Read more »

DCG
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If the news is correct, several police officers in recent cases the media chose to “highlight” were acquitted of any wrongdoing. And several are to be prosecuted. The justice system isn’t 100% perfect yet is the best tool in America for keeping a civil society.
I’d say the corruption and contempt for public good stems from the leadership in this country as demonstrated in DC and by the DOJ and the “rules of engagement” they pick and choose to enforce.

MeThePeople
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MeThePeople

Although the demonstration and parade were about killing pigs and presenting distorted characterizations of police activities, that was occurring at the other end of the parade, not the end where Quarantino was spreading love and sunshine.
So be fair will ya?
And just because his movies are a continuous flow of violent sewage does not mean you should not take your kids to see it on CHRISTMAS.
No one should ever go the that crap.
I don’t dig unions, especially police unions, and I don’t dig demonstrations, especially Communist agitators harnessing ignorant civilians which further divide our society.

Tuna d
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Tuna d

He said ” he calls the murdered, the murdered and the murderers the murderers” he did not say all cops are murderers. He spoke on be half of tamir rice a 12 year old boy murdered by police officers within seconds of them getting out of the cruiser. I think y’all at fotm have a backwards view of who the true cowards are. Mmm shooting a twelve year old boy for having a bb gun or speaking out against police brutality. Why not cover the G.I. Joe cop story unfolding in Illinois or how the msm is pushing a war… Read more »

SapphireSunday
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SapphireSunday

The investigation continues in the case of Tamir Rice. However, put yourself in the place of the officers. What would you do? It’s said that Rice was very large for a 12-year-old. The cops were sent to investigate a male person with a gun at a playground who was pointing this gun at people. At a playground! The “bb gun” was not a bb gun but an Airsoft REPLICA gun that is DESIGNED to look like a real gun, but for an orange safety strip that exists to show that it’s NOT a real gun. But in Rice’s case, the… Read more »

Tuna d
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Tuna d

The person that called in the complaint said it was a fake gun. Then they let him lie there dying before calling for medical help. As they locked his sister in the back of their car. It’ll never change for the better because of ppl like you making every excuse you can for these murderers. I mean you are reading an alternative news site but swallowing everything the msm says about these police killing innocent ppl. You want compassion for the cops say use common sense then automatically say he idolized gangbangers makes sense too me . Who says he… Read more »

SapphireSunday
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SapphireSunday

Yes, but you don’t mention that the call for a response by the dispatcher did NOT advise the officers that the caller had said that it MIGHT be a fake gun. Not that it WAS fake (note the difference), but that it MAY BE fake. Nevertheless, since the dispatcher did NOT share that speculation with the officers, it’s a moot point. The cops can’t be held to your impossible standard. They had to deal with what was in front of them: A large male with a weapon that looked real, who had been pointing it at people at the playground.… Read more »

Tuna d
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Tuna d

Where in that video do you see him point the airsoft gun at ppls heads? Watch the video the cops show up shot him within seconds. Not a shot to the leg or hand but a kill shot. Not a taser but a service weapon at close range. It’s the same as the John Crawford case the media puts a spin on it to defend the cops. Point blank that cop murdered a 12 y.o boy. I am a pretty open minded person that’s why I like this site for the most part. But I agree with tarrintino on this… Read more »

Tuna d
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Tuna d

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=xhVewrqGFRw
The person in the gazebo called the complaint in. Do you honestly think if it was thought to be a real gun he would sit there that long? As soon as something like this happens the departments PR ppl start spinning the story and give the cops their alibies. Looks like a huge dangerous gangbanger idolizing 12 yo. It’s pathetic that these murderers are not held accountable instead taxpayers pick up the bill after the civil lawsuits go through.

SapphireSunday
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SapphireSunday

It appears that the person in the gazebo stayed put, watching, until Rice left the scene for 5 minutes, as the captions tell us. When Rice returns, the person is gone. I suspect the person may have been afraid to leave, drawing attention to himself, so he waited for Rice to leave, so he could exit without an encounter with him. If he were not concerned, he wouldn’t have called the police, especially if he were convinced that Rice was a juvenile and the gun was not real and there was no threat to anybody. Note again: Neither speculation was… Read more »

Tuna d
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Tuna d

The grand jury case is already tainted. The prosecuter went to two uncredited “experts” who said the use of force was justified. Weeks before the jury is being selected. He also started a smear campaign accusing tamir rices mother is only after money. Unfortunately it’s how our corrupt system works it protects cops. Have you seen the situation with the 6 y.o. autistic boy in Louisiana ? One of those cops was accused of rape and all kinds of other offenses while on the job. Allowed to stay a police officer. The two officers involved lied about several different things… Read more »

frohky
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frohky

As a Vietnam combat vet, I witnessed VC using human shields, behind whom they stood to lob grenades and bottle rockets at us. Some of these bottle launchers were children — as were a number of the human shields. When one of our guys got antsy and returned fire, wounding one of the civilians, sure enough one of the rocket launchers made sure that the anti-war liberal press was quickly made aware of what “we Americans” did. The VC, of course, were the real cowards. That seems to be the position you’re defending.

Tuna d
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Tuna d

An air soft gun vs wartime bottle rockets and grenades mmmmmm . I’m defending the stance that there needs to be accountability. Almost a thousand ppl killed in 2015 alone by the hands of cops. None of them were launching grenades or bottle rockets. Not a one. The comparison is retarded. Two completely different situations. This isn’t 1965-75 vietnam its the U.S.of A.

frohky
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frohky

I think you are missing my point. If you have a gun pointed at you or you are taking fire from somewhere, you fear for your life and take measures to protect yourself. This is true in a domestic setting or a war zone. I’ll grant you police accountability is sometimes lacking (I could give a personal testimonial, but won’t); therefore your point is well taken. I blame the U.S. government rather than the police unions, though, for that problem. In my view, the “war on terror” is fueling militarization. It was the “war on drugs” that introduced militarized policing… Read more »

Tuna d
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Tuna d

In fact, during a recent interview with the Los Angeles Times, Tarantino responded, “All cops are not murderers. I never said that. I never even implied that.” What Tarantino said was this, “I got something to say, but actually I would like to give my time to the families that want to talk. I want to give my time to the families. However, I just do also want to say: What am I doing here? I’m here because I am a human being with a conscience. And when I see murder, I cannot stand by, and I have to call… Read more »

truckjunkie
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truckjunkie

Why do these “innocents” do stupid crap,like waving BB guns in a threatening manner,or ignoring simple orders,like “Stop right there-keep your hands where I can see ’em.” Common sense tells us that unless you wanna be a martyr you do as the Cop says,and you don’t get shot. Cops are NOT about killing people who did NOTHING wrong;if they shoot someone,it’s gonna be because that someone did SOMETHING that indicated a risk to the Officer or the people nearby.

Tuna d
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Tuna d

Wow so all cop shootings are justified because of this brilliant logic. ? Do you see how fast the shot this kid its like 9-12 seconds after they come barreling in the scene in the squad car. He wasn’t given no time to respond. His life could of been saved also if these cops would have called in medics instead of letting the key wittness die. Do y’all know what this thing called common sense that you keep referring to is?

Tuna d
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Tuna d

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-nation/wp/2015/11/05/jeremy-was-a-special-gift-from-god-louisiana-6-year-old-is-years-youngest-police-shooting-victim/
Instead of retraining let’s just keep shooting first ask questions later. I mean they are cops cops can’t do no wrong.

Triuwida
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Triuwida

Sorry but Tarantino is just one freaky looking dude.
Not sure what occupies his mind on a daily basis, but have to suspect it’s not pleasant.

Tuna d
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Tuna d

https://thefreethoughtproject.com/shock-video-cop-executes-man-lying-face-complying/
http://www.killedbypolice.com
107 police have died in line of duty that includes cops getting in car accidents,having heart attacks,killing themselves to cover up their own crimes,or shooting themselves on accident. Contrary to the idiots spewing the garbage that there is a war on cops the police killed on the job has declined since last year and has been on a steady decline for awhile now.

SapphireSunday
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SapphireSunday

https://www.fbi.gov/news/pressrel/press-releases/fbi-releases-2014-preliminary-statistics-for-law-enforcement-officers-killed-in-the-line-of-duty
“Preliminary statistics released today [May 2015] by the FBI show that 51 law enforcement officers were feloniously killed in the line of duty in 2014. This is an increase of almost 89 percent when compared to the 27 officers killed in 2013.”

Tuna d
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Tuna d

Yes but on a decline this year. 2013 was something like the lowest in 20 or 30 years.https://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/ucr/leoka/2013/tables/table_4_leos_fk_day_of_incident_2004-2013.xls. An anomaly the idiots pushing the war on cops use the same statistic.