Pat McKinley Says Pro-Life Protesters Have Superhuman Pain Tolerance


It was posted here six months ago, but I still can’t help but ponder the creepiness of this old film every time I think of Pat McKinley.

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How could a human being justify such bone-breaking violence against passive citizens? I suppose it would require a complete emotional callousness towards the condition of anyone unlucky enough to live outside of his law-enforcement bubble. Indeed, the then-LAPD captain Pat McKinley told the judge that these folks had a “unique ability to withstand pain” that required his officers to use extreme force.

What sort of warped mind could spin out such psychobabble as an excuse for extreme violence visited upon the citizens of the United States of America? Well, the kind of mind that said this.

It just makes no sense to me at all. For decades this man has been trusted to wield the force of government in the pursuit of justice, and instead he has chosen to use it against those who stand in the way of his convenience.

It’s time to get this sociopath as far away from public office as possible. Forever.

 

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  1. #1 by Superhuman Douche on May 4, 2012

    Well, he’s absolutely right. These are religious zealots who believe that that this is their version of a crucifixtion and by purifying their souls like Jesus did their suffering will save unborn blood clots. They were asked to disperse and they refused so they could receive their purification. No different than monks pouring gasoline over their heads and lighting a Zippo. Don’t let your hatred of FPD cloud your ability to see the bigger picture. They were given the option to disperse peacefully and they opted for pain, so let them take their medicine.

    • #2 by Chris Thompson on May 4, 2012

      You named yourself well.

      • #3 by peaches on May 4, 2012

        completely agree as to the second part of the name; tend to think the first part of the name should be “LessThanHuman”…

        Didn’t McKinley have a similar opinion about another group’s pain tolerance? Or was that Daryl Gates?

        What was the judge’s decision in this specific case? Did he/she agree with the concept (pun intended)?

        • #4 by van get it da artiste on May 5, 2012

          Gates may have given McKinley his personal anatomy charts, African-American, pro-life protesters, women unlike women who buy the book She Bear and then folk who support and defend Jones, McKinley and Bankhead’s every decision they make for the good people of fullerton

    • #5 by merijoe on May 4, 2012

      This has nothing to do with a “hatred of FPD” this is nothing but a bunch of psychos getting their jollys from other people’s pain and suffering at the orders of a madman, (reminds me of Adolf Hitler)nothing else.

      I don’t care what these peaceful protesters were doing or not doing-they didn’t deserve to be drawn and quartered or tortured with objects because they didn’t move fast enough or refused. Mclooney is a disturbed maniac and so are his passive followers.

      His trying to weasel his way out of any responsibility (as usual) by putting the blame on the protesters by saying that they had so much guilt from past trangressions that they wanted and could stand the pain unyielding-which his men were happy to oblige, shows his pattern of agressive depravity and mental illness.

      The protestors said (in a later interview) they did expect some sort of consequence for their actions but did not want or expect this sort of brutal, hostile, unrelenting torture/pain-in fact, they didn’t understand why those gestapo were hurting them like that.

      Even in the hospital, if a bone needs to be broken, you are given some anesthesia first.

      • #6 by merijoe on May 4, 2012

        Oh, yeah, I forgot to add, in the interview, protestors mentioned it didn’t matter if you were old or young, male or female..there is video of LAPD doing the Nunchuck Hustle on them too. The po-po’s smashed and confiscated protestor’s notes, film and any proof that showed them doing what they were doing. Fortunately there was a camera rolling that they were unaware of.

      • #7 by Fullerton Lover on May 5, 2012

        Sadistic personality disorder is:
        A) A pervasive pattern of cruel, demeaning, and aggressive behavior, beginning by early adulthood, as indicated by the repeated occurrence of at least four of the following:
        Has used physical cruelty or violence for the purpose of establishing dominance in a relationship (not merely to achieve some non-interpersonal goal, such as striking someone in order to rob him/her).
        Humiliates or demeans people in the presence of others.
        Has treated or disciplined someone under his/her control unusually harshly.
        Is amused by, or takes pleasure in, the psychological or physical suffering of others (including animals).
        Has lied for the purpose of harming or inflicting pain on others (not merely to achieve some other goal).
        Gets other people to do what he/she wants by frightening them (through intimidation or even terror).
        Restricts the autonomy of people with whom he or she has a close relationship, e.g., will not let spouse leave the house unaccompanied.
        Is fascinated by violence, weapons, injury, or torture.

    • #8 by Yoshii The Bushido Poet on May 5, 2012

      “They were given the option to disperse peacefully and they opted for pain, so let them take their medicine.”

      Or “he fought, he ran, he died.”

  2. #9 by Tom Hanson on May 4, 2012

    The story should focus on Pat McKinleys superhuman ability to ignore the suffering of others.

    • #10 by Jane H on May 5, 2012

      “The story should focus on Pat McKinleys superhuman ability to ignore the suffering of others.”

      Also his “inhuman” ability to ignore the suffering of others.

  3. #11 by Stanley Fiala on May 4, 2012

    I miss the good old Could War days!

    It use to be so clear what was right and what was wrong.

    Now it is impossible to tell.

    So let the nature to decide that dilemma but I bet that the wrong doers will not like it.

  4. #12 by Citizen M on May 4, 2012

    seriuosly chicken if ony pats mom woulda taken that loan from your grandpa, we wouldnt behaving this ill fated conversation about a man,that leers at you like your a pork chop at city clowncil meetings…

  5. #13 by truthseeker on May 4, 2012

    I thought Lutherans were pro life? Maybe his pastor is on the clergy response team. Yeah that explains it. Catharsis. History is never kind to the reprobate. The internet immortalalizes both the Godly and the demonically inclined. What a legacy for a quarter million a year of taxpayers money. Dispersal could have accomplished with sound or water cannons or tear gas. I wonder why Pat didn’t just have the protestors dragged over to the colliseum and fed to the lions.

  6. #14 by Johnny Donut on May 4, 2012

    McKinley is pro-life, unless that life happens to be at the other end of his goddamn numchucks.

  7. #15 by the end of this video on May 5, 2012

    Interesting part of this video is the last seconds of it. After the arm of the “perpetrator” the officer from behind steps toward the detainee and pulls out his botton. This move is interesting seeing that the “perpetrator” is already well detained. What was going on in the officers mind at this moment. One might imagine it had sompthing to do damage control on the police liability side.To justify the injury they just inflicted an action is required to set the stage for excessive violence from the “perpetrator”. The result is the the “perpetrator” is then twice vitimized while the officer save face by sticking up for each other.
    Is this what happened on santa fe street in fullerton. One officer over reacts with force and all the officers help with equal force to back up the officer who just overreacted by demonstating that excessive force really is necissary.

    If rooky officers learn good assertive police behavior in their police schooling they lose anything they learned as they begin mixing with the more senior officers who show them how it really is in the department. An unspoken code of conduct.

    The only way that this can be corrected is if the Feds step up to the plate. Sweeping changes can result from this case.

  8. #16 by Fullerton Lover on May 5, 2012

    truthseeker :
    I thought Lutherans were pro life? Maybe his pastor is on the clergy response team. Yeah that explains it. Catharsis. History is never kind to the reprobate. The internet immortalalizes both the Godly and the demonically inclined. What a legacy for a quarter million a year of taxpayers money. Dispersal could have accomplished with sound or water cannons or tear gas. I wonder why Pat didn’t just have the protestors dragged over to the colliseum and fed to the lions.

    I personally don’t know the Pastor of McKinley’s church, however I do know the church that he attends just in case anyone would like to make sure that the Pastor and his congregation are aware of how they would have been treated if they met Pat on the street… instead of in the parking lot at church.

    http://stpaulfullerton.org/

  9. #18 by Fullerton Lover on May 5, 2012

    Yoshii The Bushido Poet :
    “They were given the option to disperse peacefully and they opted for pain, so let them take their medicine.”
    Or “he fought, he ran, he died.”

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ky-l6mdig0o

  10. #20 by Barry Levinson on May 5, 2012

    Pat McKinley and the Fullerton city government must forever be extricated from each other!

    Please note that none other than Doug Chaffee has received and gladly accepted the endorsement of the man he is supposedly running against, none other than Pat McKinley.

    Questions to ponder?

    Why do you think that McKinley endorsed Chaffee?

    Could it be because he does not want to see his nemesis, me, get elected this June?

    Could it be that Doug Chaffee has refused to make any comments concerning the police handling of the Kelly Thomas beat down and killing?

    Could it be that Chaffee has refused to make any comments about any of the numerous police abuses that were perpetrated under former Police Chief McKinley?

    Could it be that Chaffee and McKinley are part of the old boy network in Fullerton?

    Could it be that they both loved giving away your tax dollars to redeveopment developers like Chaffee himself?

    I leave it up to the followers of this blog to come to their own conclusions?

    • #21 by The Fullerton Harpoon on May 5, 2012

      He could be hoping that Chaffee is willing to help run cover in the civil suits against the FPD that are coming, settlement-wise.

    • #22 by Fullerton Lover on May 5, 2012

      I wholeheartedly endorse your candidacy Mr. Levinson and would readily encourage anyone else here in Fullerton who would like sincere responsive change in our local government to cast their vote for you on June 5th.

    • #23 by nipsey on May 5, 2012

      You’re never going to make it all the way through that confiscated crack cocaine at this rate. You need to take a lot more at once. Try it!

    • #24 by nipsey on May 5, 2012

      Barry Levinson :
      I leave it up to the followers of this blog to come to their own conclusions?

      Um, is that a question?

    • #25 by Rowe4Fullerton on May 5, 2012

      Has anyone seen Doug Chaffee?

      http://www.fullertonsfuture.org/2012/we-get-mail-fence-sitting-cardboard-candidate/

      Almost two weeks and no reply. Maybe we should hand deliver this one?

  11. #26 by Disgusted on May 5, 2012

    McJackass has Superhuman Tolerance of the pain of others.

  12. #27 by van get it da artiste on May 5, 2012

    “What sort of warped mind could spin out such psychobabble as an excuse for extreme violence visited upon the citizens of the United States of America? ”
    A mind that served on Fullerton resident Rusty Kennedy” Orange county Human Relations Commission, a tax dollar funded commission whose mission statement is to advocate the civil rights for those whose risghts had been abused by the police

  13. #28 by Dean Kelly on May 5, 2012

    I love my lemon pies fresh and my news 30 years old. FFFF never disappoints.

    • #29 by nipsey on May 5, 2012

      Sure, you can catch a ride in the windowless van.

    • #30 by The Fullerton Harpoon on May 5, 2012

      You mean to say McKinley has been a psycho for 30 years, right?

  14. #31 by The Fullerton Savage on May 5, 2012

    McKinley also seems to think we have unlimited BS tolerance.

  15. #32 by Anonymous on May 5, 2012

    “#567 by Reality Is on August 27, 2011

    No one is going to jail. Wake up.”
    _____________________________________________________
    #593 by Reality Is on August 27, 2011

    Now you gave it all away. You don’t know anything if you think someone can be controlled by one officer without knowing anything else. Especially saying that about a nutball shchizo. Kelly got what he had coming.

    _____________________________________________________

    #593 by Reality Is on August 27, 2011

    Now you gave it all away. You don’t know anything if you think someone can be controlled by one officer without knowing anything else. Especially saying that about a nutball shchizo. Kelly got what he had coming.

    • #33 by Jane H on May 5, 2012

      Give me a break. Your web of lies goes way back.

      • #34 by Lifesaving Service on May 5, 2012

        Fucknut, Urban Dictionary site
        1. A person who is so annoying and dumb that they can no longer be classed as an idiot and therefore a new level of idiot was created for them, the Fucknut.
        2. A person who as shit for brains (that’s if they lucky).
        3. A person who was dropped from a tall building at birth.
        4. Also see: Alex Glumac
        5. R.I. FFFF
        “Fucking fucknut.”

        • #35 by Lifesaving Service on May 5, 2012

          Published: May 4, 2012 Updated: 12:44 p.m.
          OC REGISTER
          Kelly Thomas death: D.A. to seek cops’ trial Monday
          http://www.ocregister.com/news/orange-352641-county-rackauckas.html

          @Reality Is, Look your wishful comments didnt come true :)
          “It’s my understanding that Rackauckas premise is that those words led to Kelly Thomas fearing for his safety and well-being which led to his attempt to escape or evade law enforcement which led to the violent confrontation which led to his death.”

          • #36 by Wrong Guy on May 6, 2012

            That’s right…
            He also said WE (citizens w/o badges) have a right to defend ourselves.
            I’m hoping to see Kelly Thomas getting a few good shots in on the paszi cops who killed him, when I watch the polecam video tomorrow. YEAH!

          • #37 by They will walk on May 6, 2012

            My prediction is that Ramos will go to trial on a lesser charge and both will be found not guilty.

            • #38 by Lifesaving Service on May 6, 2012

              County Level is where the Corruption really lives at.

              • #39 by Lifesaving Service on May 6, 2012

                You forgot “EVIL”

                Reality Is :
                Fucknut narcissistic pig. Oink.

                YOU FORGOT “EVIL”

                e·vil   [ee-vuhl] Show IPA
                adjective
                1.
                morally wrong or bad; immoral; wicked: evil deeds; an evil life.
                2.
                harmful; injurious: evil laws.
                3.
                characterized or accompanied by misfortune or suffering; unfortunate; disastrous: to be fallen on evil days.
                4.
                due to actual or imputed bad conduct or character …

                Wikipedia
                “Evil is the violation of, or intent to violate, some moral code. Evil is usually seen as the dualistic opposite of The Good. Definitions of evil vary, as does the analysis of its root motives and causes; however, evil is commonly associated with conscious and deliberate wrongdoing, discrimination designed to harm others, humiliation of people designed to diminish their psychological well-being and dignity, destructiveness, motives of causing “unnecessary” pain or suffering, for selfish or malicious intentions and acts of unnecessary or indiscriminate violence…”
                http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evil

                • #40 by Lifesaving Service on May 6, 2012

                  RI if we showed you a butterfly with its wings torn off how would you really feel? :)
                  ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
                  Joel Osteen – God can Protect your Children & Family from all Evil Things of this World(Trust God)(YOUTUBE)
                  Joel Osteen – God can Protect your Children & Family from all Evil Things of this World(Trust God)
                  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m9t7-lqf8Mk

                • #41 by Reality Is on May 6, 2012

                  I would feed it and take care of it. Then when it died I would have a funeral for it.

                  Would you come?

                • #42 by Fullerton Lover on May 6, 2012

                  Just don’t forget that when you go to feed your butterflies, that they eat through their feet.

                  I just didn’t want you getting them confused with your barflies who are usually fed through a straw ; )

                • #43 by Lifesaving Service on May 6, 2012

                  merijoe :
                  Isn’t that Just like a gestapo… thinking they can do whatever they want and control every situation -even murder.
                  More proof on FFFF

                  Beginners, dont do well with Murder, Society and L.E. have a very urgent outlook on Serial Murder. Cover ups are also a big no no, especially with the strong reverence of Court Systems, The Constitution and Judges in America.

                • #44 by Reality Is on May 6, 2012

                  Bar flies stink. Pew.

                • #45 by Jane H on May 6, 2012

                  Are you sure?

                • #46 by Lifesaving Service on May 6, 2012

                  May 6, 2012
                  On the eve of the hearing for the officers involved in Kelly Thomas’s beating death, Kelly’s father Ron Thomas speaks out about the graphic video of the incident.
                  http://www.ktla.com/videogallery/69796720/News/VIDEO-Kelly-Thomas-s-Dad-on-Eve-of-Hearing-David-Begnaud-reports
                  ***************************************************
                  May 6, 2012
                  The father of Kelly Thomas sits down on the KTLA Sunday Edition to discuss his son’s death, and legal action against the officers who were involved in Kelly’s beating.
                  http://www.ktla.com/videogallery/69796419/News/VIDEO-Kelly-Thomas-s-Father-Speaks-watch-the-KTLA-Sunday-Edition#gl-0

            • #47 by merijoe on May 6, 2012

              “You can put a murderer in a suit, and he’s still a murderer.”
              Allen Iverson

      • #48 by Reality Is on May 6, 2012

        Reality Is never lies. Always the truth. Reality is clear.

        • #49 by Justice for ALL on May 7, 2012

          Reality Is IS a sociopathic liar. You have an awfully lot of nerve to continue posting your garbage here, especially after all of the lies and filth that you have spewed about Kelly Thomas in the past. But then again, you ARE a sociopath. The world is a much more dangerous place whenever evil, sociopathic, egomaniacs, such as yourself, are around. Just ask Kelly Thomas. He was murdered by people like you.

  16. #50 by Jane H on May 5, 2012

    Stop with the creepy smileys already.

  17. #51 by JustUs on May 5, 2012

    I hope when McKinley is recalled that he refuses to leave the Council chambers voluntarily and has to be removed by force.

  18. #52 by Lifesaving Service on May 5, 2012

    1. Fucknut Urban Dictionary site
    1. A person who is so annoying and dumb that they can no longer be classed as an idiot and therefore a new level of idiot was created for them, the Fucknut.
    2. A person who as shit for brains (that’s if they lucky).
    3. A person who was dropped from a tall building at birth.
    4. Also see: Alex Glumac
    5. R.I. FFFF
    “Fucking fucknut.”

    • #53 by Fullerton Lover on May 5, 2012

      Too funny!

    • #54 by Reality Is on May 6, 2012

      Nutfluck.

  19. #55 by Fullerton Lover on May 5, 2012

    Rowe4Fullerton :
    Has anyone seen Doug Chaffee?
    http://www.fullertonsfuture.org/2012/we-get-mail-fence-sitting-cardboard-candidate/
    Almost two weeks and no reply. Maybe we should hand deliver this one?

    …I’ve got a feeling Matt that you’ll get the same reception as the draft board got when they came a knocking back in the 60′s when military service was mandatory for all young men.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXIc3ByhSxA

  20. #56 by Wrong Guy on May 6, 2012

    For Reality Is,

    How much would you like to wager that the cops who killed Kelly Thomas WILL get what’s coming to them?

  21. #57 by merijoe on May 6, 2012

    Isn’t that Just like a gestapo… thinking they can do whatever they want and control every situation -even murder.

    More proof on FFFF

  22. #58 by We Are All One on May 6, 2012

    Passive citizens? Wrong. Those are terrorists. At least get that part right.

  23. #59 by trusted on May 7, 2012

    Pat Mckinley promotes violence and has yet to figure out that beating people into compliance or death doesn’t work.. He is an outdated piece of work and it’s time to clean house and take out the trash…

    Former Police Officer HAPD

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