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Police Videos 

World's Wildest Police Videos (original title)
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The producers have admitted that an episode aired on 25 February 1999 contained a re-enactment in which a woman keeps spraying cops with pepper spray. When this episode was shown a second time, a label was seen on the screen throughout the segment indicating that it was not a real video. See more »

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Host: Hi, I'm Sheriff John Bunnell
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Referenced in Series 7: The Contenders (2001) See more »

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Bad-Apple for honest cops.
24 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In a society where children were once instructed to find a police officer if trouble arose, to todays society where children are taught to distrust police, John Bunnell only reinforces todays thinking.

The mere fact that he still uses the title "Sheriff", even though he was sheriff as a fill in for a few months, should give a good insight of this "cops" character. Once election time came around, the people voted in the real sheriff. John Bunnell ran for the office, but lost the vote due to reports of corruption.

Same for his sidekick Jenson. Fired as a captain for filing false expense reports. As we all know this type abuse goes on for while until the department says enough. How many more where there? Yet now we have a show, where two arrogant corrupt cops, try to influence the audience with their one-sided, above the law view. It is almost comical that these two actually expect us to believe such.

Only in America can two ignorant and corrupt cops, be put on TV as heroes. Not only doing a disservice to any honest police officers, but disgracing the USA in any country this program is aired.

I can only imagine the lies, mis-truths, exaggerations, and above the law attitude from these two, used in court against innocent people. John is famous for telling us the "facts" surrounding the chase, yet it is clear that it is entirely scripted, and he has no clue who or what took place. I feel sorry for the innocent people he put away, using the same scripts.

Police chases are fun to watch, but John has given us a clear view of the dark under-belly of the police force in America these days. Granted there are many good police officers in America, John is unfortunately the bad apple that ruins it for so many good cops.

If 10% of the cops in the USA could justify two teens dying for a taillight being out like John can, think of where we would be in this country?


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