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Old 08-17-2013, 10:19 AM   #181
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cops break **** in raids. they do a REALLY good job of it.
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hiring veterans for a "paramilitary police organization" is more likely going to push the organization further away from militarization. Veterans are more willing to protect the freedoms that they fought to preserve rather than to push for an appointed leaders power-hungry agenda. They have also had real life military experiences, so they don't feel the need to pretend - kind of like trying out your favorite twisty road the week after you do your first ever track day. It's no longer as thrilling, and you no longer feel the need to push it to the limit.
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Old 08-17-2013, 05:13 PM   #183
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6 cars, a shot gun and an AR-15 pointed at an unarmed family last night, Colorado Springs.



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No arrests, family drove away when it was all over. The Mom waited for a Sargent and had a heated discussion. Guns pointed at kids, our store and everyone in the intersection in front of them.
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Old 08-17-2013, 05:15 PM   #184
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Pittsburgh police beat 18-year-old violinist, honor student - Matthew Newton - Annals of Americus - True/Slant



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On the night of January 11, Jordan Miles, an 18-year-old violinist and honor student at Pittsburgh’s prestigious Creative and Performing Arts (CAPA) high school, was allegedly beaten by three undercover Pittsburgh Police officers. Miles was reportedly en route to his grandmother’s house at the time, though he never reached his destination:

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Miles’ account of the event contrasts that of the three officers. In response to why he resisted, Miles stated that the men never identified themselves as police officers and he believed they were trying to abduct him. So he ran and was quickly Tasered. Then, after falling to the ground, he resisted and was kneed in the ribs and struck with multiple closed-fist punches to the head. During the struggle, Miles’ family and attorney also reported that a chunk of his hair was yanked out (see photo) and a tree branch pierced his gums. And according to news reports, Miles has no prior criminal record.
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Old 08-17-2013, 05:16 PM   #185
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Ex-NOPD officer pleads guilty to manslaughter, accepts 4 years in prison, in slaying of Wendell Allen | NOLA.com

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An ex-NOPD officer who shot and killed an unarmed Gentilly man in a marijuana raid last year pleaded guilty to manslaughter Friday in a deal that will send him to jail for four years.
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Old 08-17-2013, 05:17 PM   #186
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Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan: His bizarre defense of the shooting of Roy Middleton. - Slate Magazine

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Two Florida cops shot an innocent, unarmed man in his own driveway. And then their sheriff started talking.



Two weeks ago, two Florida deputies shot 15 rounds at a 60-year-old unarmed Florida man who was looking for his cigarettes in his mother’s car, parked in his own driveway. Two of those bullets hit him in his left leg, which was shattered. Roy Howard Middleton says he was compliant when the cops told him to turn around. He says that as he was turning around to face deputies with his hands raised, they opened fire. (He believed his neighbors were playing a practical joke on him). The two deputies said they were responding to a 911 call about a car thief and that Middleton turned and “lunged” at them with a shiny object in his hand. Middleton is black. The two sheriff’s deputies are white.

Sheriff David Morgan of Escambia County hastily took to the airwaves to explain that “the tragedy of this is the noncompliance to the directions of law enforcement officers," and that Middleton was “both a suspect and a victim." The two deputies were placed on administrative leave pending an investigation by the State Attorney’s Office and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Sheriff Morgan was quick to clarify for CNN that the officers followed the correct protocols. “Right now we are comfortable from a training perspective that our officers did follow standard protocols. I believe the standard we use and train to is a landmark U.S. Supreme Court case, which is a reasonable test.” Morgan went on to note that “[t]his is a common occurrence. We live in a very violent society.” Presumably the irony was unintentional.


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Old 08-17-2013, 05:18 PM   #187
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Officer Robert Miller, Suspended For Leaving K-9 Partner In Hot Car, Leading To Dog's Death

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An officer who left his K-9 partner in a hot car, leading to his death, now faces a 60-day suspension.
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Old 08-17-2013, 05:19 PM   #188
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Very bad experience with LAPD last night; I used to trust and support police, now I've lost all faith.

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I moved to L.A in May of last year, and I've always been in support of the police force. A relative of mine is a cop in my hometown, and I've always been the guy to defend police; I'm always the person to say police are generally good people, they help us, etc. I was someone who would always be willing to cooperate and help whenever possible, because I trusted that whatever police were doing must have been right.

That changed last night.

I was on the sunset strip and I bought an alcoholic beverage, as I have many times before. I was walking down drinking, passing many police officers and people with no problems.

A friend wants to meet me at Hollywood/highland, so I walk over there. Right at Hollywood/highland, I see a musician playing and decide to talk to him- I'm a musician myself so I'm always looking for other musicians to connect with. As I'm talking to him, I sudden feel somebody grab my wrists and turn around to see a cop. He is grabbing the can with one hand, and grabbing my arm with another. He using a very aggressive level of force, and without explanation I was dragged to the side and handcuffed. I was trying to ask him what was going on, but only told to turn around and face the wall in response. He then told me I was being detained because of an "open container" rule, meaning the alcohol. I had never heard of this before, and go out on sunset of a regular basis holding open containers of alcohol; in fact I've had face to face conversations with cops before while holding containers of alcohol on the street.

So it was explained that it was illegal to carry any alcoholic beverage with an open top end, well ok. Wouldn't it have been better to just come up to me and say "Excuse me sir, you're not allowed to have that. You need to throw it away"...perhaps? I obviously would have been happy to do so. I don't think sneaking up behind someone and grabbing them is a good way to do it. Keep in mind, I've never heard of this open container law, and had no idea I was in violation of the law. When I asked why he was doing this, he replied "because I can."

It's important to now that I wasn't acting visibly drunk at all, because I wasn't drunk. I had just started drinking. The officer pointed out I had dilated pupils, but I've always had large pupils, and how would he have known that initial from 30 feet away anyway?

The officers attitude was very hostile and unfriendly. Soon there were 4 officers on the scene, and I was still told to face the wall while talking. I really didn't feel good about this guy, so I didn't want to give him my personal information. He was telling me I had 2 choices- either 1. I give him my info and I get a ticket 2. I don't and go to jail.

This didn't sound right to me, so I asked for a supervisor, saying I'd rather speak to him. The supervisor showed up and was worse; he refused to listen, and only repeated the 2 choices. Ok, at that point I decided I had no choice, and that I'll give my info and get the ticket.

I started asking the supervisor about the ticket, something like "so about the ticket..." but then was immediately cut off, and he said" take him jail!" I was saying "wait, I'm trying to give my info!" but to no avail. I was taken to jail.

I had to have someone come in the pay a $20 bail, or else I would have been in jail until Monday morning.....seriously? 3 days in jail because of that? I was definitely expressing my unhappiness with the situation, but not in a disrespectful or aggressive way, and nothing I regret saying, and it was obviously that some of cops around were uncomfortable with what the one cop was doing. At the station, one of the cops said (without directly saying) that he wouldn't have arrested me, and that he completely disagreed with what was going on.

that being said, they did nothing to try and help the situation either.
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Feds: Tennessee Cop Used Patrol Car Computer To Surf For Kiddie **** While On Duty | The Smoking Gun

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A Tennessee law enforcement officer is facing child pornography charges after investigators discovered the man was using the computer in his police cruiser to search for lewd pictures of young girls.
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http://www.democratandchronicle.com/...nclick_check=1

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For the last couple of years, Floyd James Jr. and his 9-year-old Belgian Shepherd, Cinnamon, shared a small house on Flora Street.

That ended last month when Rochester police shot and killed Cinnamon, touching off a series of interactions with police that left James searching for explanations.

James was arrested twice in the days after the July 11 shooting. The first arrest came when he was accused of not controlling Cinnamon, who police said appeared dangerous.

The second arrest came days later, after police received threatening 911 calls from an untraceable cell phone — calls that police now acknowledge had no connection to James.
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Cop Convicted Of Second-Degree Manslaughter For Shooting 5-Yr-Old Boy In Back Of Head Gets Record Expunged, Now Free Again To Become An Officer - informationliberation

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Five year old Austin Haley was out fishing with his grandfather when police officer Paul Bradley Rogers shot his firearm in a failed attempt to kill a snake hiding in someone's birdhouse. The bullet passed through the birdhouse onto the Haley's property, with the first bullet the officer fired passing right between Austin's grandfather's legs and into their lake. Austin's grandfather then screamed out,"Stop, don't shoot! There’s someone down here!"

Six seconds later, officer Paul Bradley Rogers fired another shot, he again missed the snake, but the bullet struck five year old Austin in the back of the head, killing him.

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Now, thanks to what's being described as a "loophole," the officer just had his record expunged, which means he is now free again to become a police officer.
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Old 08-17-2013, 05:23 PM   #192
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Lancaster Couple Awarded $4M in Deputies' Raid Shooting | NBC Southern California

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A Lancaster couple received a $4 million settlement, after a raid by LA County Sheriff’s deputies caused the husband to have his leg amputated. The deputies were looking for a missing parolee when they shot through the couple’s front door and into their bedroom, but they did not have a warrant. John Cádiz Klemack reports for the NBC4 News at 6 p.m. on Aug. 15, 2013.
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Old 08-17-2013, 05:30 PM   #193
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hiring veterans for a "paramilitary police organization" is more likely going to push the organization further away from militarization. Veterans are more willing to protect the freedoms that they fought to preserve rather than to push for an appointed leaders power-hungry agenda. They have also had real life military experiences, so they don't feel the need to pretend - kind of like trying out your favorite twisty road the week after you do your first ever track day. It's no longer as thrilling, and you no longer feel the need to push it to the limit.
fooger - Are you military? If so, did you enter as enlisted or officer? Where did you exit?


I would like to think you are right, that the guys with the best perspective are the ones who know the difference between real war and the "war on [insert vice here]."

On the other hand, I believe there is a real "us vs them" mentality which exists - and may be necessary - on the battlefield that could translate over to the civilian front.
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Old 08-17-2013, 08:08 PM   #194
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"us vs them"

see the video I posted where the cop calls the guy "you people"

referring to citizens who stand up for their rights and dont take it in the rear.
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Old 08-17-2013, 11:51 PM   #195
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fooger - Are you military? If so, did you enter as enlisted or officer? Where did you exit?


I would like to think you are right, that the guys with the best perspective are the ones who know the difference between real war and the "war on [insert vice here]."

On the other hand, I believe there is a real "us vs them" mentality which exists - and may be necessary - on the battlefield that could translate over to the civilian front.
I am current active army. I enlisted and then commissioned, now a captain. The only guys you have to worry about are the fobbits and the gung -ho idiots who think they are reliving their glory days. If there are any of the for-real elite soldiers in the police force, those guys have values and decision making skills that far exceed the idiocy of using military tactics on non-dangerous citizens. That is to say that "the soldiers who would make the most elite and outstanding swat units would be the police officers that would tell their police Chief to go **** himself" regarding the use of military tactics on non hostile civilians
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NYPD Threw Truth-Telling Cop in Psycho Ward for 6 Days, and Tried to Talk Victims Out of Reporting Crimes for Better Stats | Alternet

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In 2008, Steven Mauriello, commander of the 81st precinct in Brooklyn, New York, ordered his officers to be far more aggressive – to arrest anyone doing anything even slightly out of line.

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“Everybody goes,” he said. “I don't care. Yoke 'em. Put 'em through the system. They got bandannas on? Arrest 'em. They're underage? **** it. You're on a foot post? **** it. Take the first guy you got and lock 'em all up. Bring 'em in.” A lieutenant later added, “they don't own the block. We own the block. They might live there, but we own the block. We own the streets here.”
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He wont go to a regular prison which sucks, I mean, rapists go to normal prisons and die in weeks, but cops get protection yet again.

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Chinese policeman Guo Zengxi accused of throwing baby to the ground for bet | News.com.au

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CHINESE authorities are investigating a policeman who grabbed a seven-month-old baby girl from her parents and threw her to the ground, fracturing her skull.

Guo Zengxi, a policeman from the central city of Linzhou, in Henan province, was on his way to a Karaoke bar after drinking with friends one evening last month when he saw a man holding a baby accompanied by his wife, the Legal Evening News reported today.
After betting with his friends that the child was just a doll, the policeman touched her face then grabbed her from her father, before lifting her up and smashing her on the ground, the report said.

The baby, named Yueyue, suffered three cranial fractures and was taken to hospital, the newspaper said. She will be sent to Beijing for further checks, according to local authorities.
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N.H. police chief still wants armored vehicle, regrets claim it's needed against libertarians - Washington Times

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The police chief in Concord, N.H., is backing away from claims that Occupiers and libertarians pose a domestic terror threat as justification for the city needing an armored vehicle to protect citizens.
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Despite SBI settlement in Brown case, discredited agent is still on the job | Crime | NewsObserver.com

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The misconduct of State Bureau of Investigation Agent Mark Isley has rung up all sorts of costs: a $7.85 million payout for taxpayers and their insurers; 14 years behind bars for an innocent man with a severe mental disability; and another scar for law enforcement.

Isley, however, still has his job at the SBI, and there’s no indication from Attorney General Roy Cooper that it’s in jeopardy.

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