Greetings to the Rook and other good people!
Thankfully Rook, most people see life as you do with regards to law enforcement officers, i.e., there are good officers and bad officers, good doctors and bad doctors, good teachers and bad teachers, good KLR owners and bad KLR owners, you get the picture. I noticed Amin did not provide more detailed information which could perhaps explain why he was stopped for 2 MPH over the speed limit. Like you mentioned Rook, was it a school zone? Did citizens call in complaining about speeding motorcycles and Amin happened to match the description? Was Amin associated with some outlaw KLR motorcycle gang?
Does Amin have a reputation that he isn't proud of and is he hanging with questionable people? Was a warning intended by the officer but Amin failed the "attitude" test and was given a citation because Amin wasn't receptive to a possible warning? I find it difficult to believe that "he (the chief) called the a-hole into the station yelled his ass off at him (I guess it was the 25th time the asshole officer has booked people for doing that) and said that if he books anybody else for doing something similar to that, he's gonna throw him out of his station." This just isn't how things are done and besides, the Chief would have violated personnel rules by discussing any discipline issues outside the department, if in fact they happened as Amin is suggesting. Also, if this was the "25th" time the officer did this transgression; do you think the police chief would still have this officer working on his department being such a liability? I think not. Additionally, Amin quoted, "Oh ya I disputed my money and got every cent back..." The fact is you either pay the fine or argue your case in court. There isn't getting "every cent back" as he seems to imply that he had paid and if he didn't pay the fine, how does he get "every cent back? In other words, this would not have happened as is being suggested. Some how we just don't have the whole story. Also, one isn't "booked" for an infraction (speeding) as Amin has suggested that this officer has done 25 times before. This would be abuse of his color of authority and the officer and department would be open to major litigation.
How do I know this? Well 24 years of professional law enforcement experience. During my service to the good citizens of California and now Idaho, I, like other law enforcement professionals try to apply the laws fairly as was intended by the law makers (the people). Every now and then we get a disappointed citizen like Amin. Sorry Amin that you had such a bad experience. But when you start this thread with "Screw the law, screw 'em!!!" What you're saying is screw that officer and not the citizens of your good community that want their traffic laws enforced, right? Or are you saying that because of your bad experience with this officer, you view all officers as you do him? Besides, that is another topic for discussion. By the way, last I learned that would be called prejudice.
By the way Amin, what city does this officer work for and what is his name? I bet there is another side to this story.