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04-26-2008, 11:58 PM
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Ok and all those idiots were Habs fans yeah... I remember, nothing to do with idiots out of jail or anything. I felt like I was in a concentration camp tonight.

My point is ; I really think that it won't help the situation to tell the fans not to celebrate. Before the game, the streets were full of cops, how do we look like now?
We heard how it wasn't Habs fans who rioted after game 7. Funny though, the images I saw had alot of young men in full Habs gear.

When a society does not understand right from wrong, it deserves a police state.

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04-27-2008, 12:00 AM
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I understand your frustration about the stupid cockyness of your policemans. Here in Sherbrooke, we land a real big quantity of the freshmans who just finished police school, its like a contract with the town or something like that. They annoy everything that mooves..


...and god damn I want to kill them all.

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04-27-2008, 12:01 AM
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When a society does not understand right from wrong, it deserves a police state.
Man, talk about exaggeration!

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Prevent troubles, after the first period, in front of a bar with about 10 peoples smoking outside? Yes we were trouble makers.
To prevent ''eventual''troubles.I wasn't referring to you in particular.

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04-27-2008, 12:03 AM
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We heard how it wasn't Habs fans who rioted after game 7. Funny though, the images I saw had alot of young men in full Habs gear.

When a society does not understand right from wrong, it deserves a police state.
An repressive and dictatorial regime who restricts people's basic rights would suffice.


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04-27-2008, 12:05 AM
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Honnestly, even in a dictatorial state, arrogant policeman can only be wrong. It only leads to clashs with population. Not a good way to keep power for decades.

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04-27-2008, 12:07 AM
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To prevent ''eventual''troubles.I wasn't referring to you in particular.
Prevent what troubles really? I'm really sure that what happenned after Game 7 wasn't because of the fan. Yes some stupid fan decided to follow some dumbass, but still.

I went to Game 1 and 2, and I remember how it was. Don't tell me it was all new fans at Game 7. Even if it's Montreal, Riot didn't happen because of a Game 7 win.

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04-27-2008, 12:09 AM
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Why am I here talking on the board then?
Because *gasp* you're in the other half of the world, and certainly not close to a concentration camp.

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04-27-2008, 12:12 AM
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Another funny part was after the game they were on St-Cath streets lining up. I felt like they were cadets. They had an officer in front of them telling them to take their distance from each others and all that. It was funny, nothing happened. Thanks Mr. Tremblay for killing the playoff atmosphere!

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04-27-2008, 12:15 AM
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I commented on your story (police asking you to move, asking you to be polite, you insulting police), if you don't have the ability to present it "as it were", don't bother telling it (or start a board "for people who were downtown tonight" so that everybody is in the known - or better yet, you could distribute flyers to organize a manifestation, you clearly are a victim).

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04-27-2008, 12:19 AM
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An repressive and dictatorial regime who restricts people's basic rights would suffice.
The Great Dictator

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If he asked you to call him Mister, it's probably because you already had an arrogant attitude/tone - which your later reaction kind of confirms. You're lucky you didn't get a PR24 up your butt with your cigarello - that is IF you really called him a cochon to his face.

As much as I dislike police's arrogance and overdoings, I think that insulting them for asking you to get inside (because they would like to prevent a situation to go wrong) is asking for deserved trouble. And you clearly are the type of persons that would, after said trouble, complain and "manifest", so better just shut up in the first place.


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04-27-2008, 12:39 AM
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Another funny part was after the game they were on St-Cath streets lining up. I felt like they were cadets. They had an officer in front of them telling them to take their distance from each others and all that. It was funny, nothing happened. Thanks Mr. Tremblay for killing the playoff atmosphere!
Reading your post, it looks like you're about 15 yo...pathetic...

And for your information, not Mr. Tremblay who killed your "atmosphere" but a bunch of bums... follows by people like you (who think that by saying "criss de cochon" we'll be impressed...)

grow up!

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04-27-2008, 12:46 AM
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Reading your post, it looks like you're about 15 yo...pathetic...

And for your information, not Mr. Tremblay who killed your "atmosphere" but a bunch of bums... follows by people like you (who think that by saying "criss de cochon" we'll be impressed...)

grow up!
I'm actually 22.

Oh no he didn't screw the atmosphere. If he was smart enough, he would make sure that those scrubs pay for it, not release them the day after they caught them.

Also, I will call a cops a "criss de cochon" if he's acting like a criss de cochon. Actually, some cops we're cool and we talked about how this was stupid and that they didn't want to do that and they would prefer to watch the game but that it was the mayor order. Anything else I can help you with?

Oh yeah, and at first, my post was mostly asking peoples who were at Bell Center how it was. So if you're just here to try to tell me how to act as a citizen,

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04-27-2008, 12:55 AM
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That being said,the atmopshere in downtown Montreal and les alentours has disappeared big time and the playoff buzz has been killed because of dumbasses who rioted on Monday.The heavy reinforcement of police squads out there doesn't make it easier to celebrate playoff wins,even if I understand their leimotive.It really sucks.

The Bell centre area is quickly evacuated after games and there is no place to organized peaceful celebrations-Fans are asked to immediately leave the place.

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04-27-2008, 01:19 AM
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It seems to me they're overdoing it. Last time they were not prepared enough. Now people can't even walk the street. But you can't espect the police to understand having good judgement. They're trained to be like robots.

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04-27-2008, 01:44 AM
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If he asked you to call him Mister, it's probably because you already had an arrogant attitude/tone - which your later reaction kind of confirms. You're lucky you didn't get a PR24 up your butt with your cigarello - that is IF you really called him a cochon to his face.

As much as I dislike police's arrogance and overdoings, I think that insulting them for asking you to get inside (because they would like to prevent a situation to go wrong) is asking for deserved trouble. And you clearly are the type of persons that would, after said trouble, complain and "manifest", so better just shut up in the first place.
If that police officer would have laid a hand on him for an insult, his ass would be reamed by the commission de deontologie in a nanosecond.

I have a real problem with this kind of attitude. The police is bound by laws just like we are. It's not okay for police to treat him like a brigand, he's a human being and has a right to dignity. And it's not okay for them to act like the ****ing gestapo when citizens talk back. Your job is to serve and protect, not act like a power-tripper. http://www.canada.com/montrealgazett...0c2c90&k=13656

The frat boy mentality of the police corps in Quebec is absolutely ridiculous and is an institutional problem stemming from their training. A DEC/DEP with 6 months of training at Nicolet is not nearly enough when your life experience is basically nil at your early twenties.

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