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Old 07-20-2014, 12:10 PM   #2521
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Passenger 1 allegedly flipped off a bunch of police who were conducting seatbelt checks along the side of the road. We were then pulled over, and Passenger 1, Passenger 2, and Myself were all detained and searched. After I reminded them that federal courts have ruled that flipping off police officers is protected speech, they decided to detain me for Careless Driving, which is a crime. Of course, my dashcam shows that I was not driving carelessly. The first officer went in his vehicle and performed LEIN searches on us while a second officer watched us.
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My takeaway from that video: don't associate with that woman.
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now they gone and pissed off grandpa:

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in petersburg VA the police will trespass on your property and steal your cell phone out of your hand and place you under arrest:


video starts with the citizen filming an arrest outside his house, then cuts off as he's assault by "peace officers", the rest are body cameras.

recurring theme: these officers will not lose their job, will not be reprimanded, the charges will be dropped, and the citizens in the video will make a lot of money at the expense of the taxpayer in a settlement.
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Old 07-21-2014, 09:43 AM   #2527
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Kidnapped girl dead after Kansas shootout between police, suspect

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Police said the sequence of events began about 7:30 p.m. Friday night when Cadence Harris of Leavenworth was reported kidnapped. Police said there was some relationship between the young girl and her abductor but would not provide details.

Police in both Missouri and Kansas were involved in the chase as the suspect crossed the state line before the incident ended in the northeast Kansas town of Leavenworth. At some point the suspect exited his vehicle and pointed a gun at officers and they exchanged fire, Kitchens said.

It was not clear if the abductor shot the girl or if she was hit by police gunfire in the exchange, he said.

The suspect was seriously wounded and is hospitalized in Kansas City, he said.

The Kansas Bureau of Investigation has been called in to help investigate the matter.
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Winchester Man Shot by KSP over 3 Marijuana Plants

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recurring theme: policing the police.

Miramar Police Officer Arrested for Liquor Theft | NBC 6 South Florida

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A Miramar Police officer was arrested on petit theft and official misconduct charges after officials say he stole two bottles of liquor while investigating a shoplifting case.

Antonio Dwayne Hester, 34, is also facing a charge of falsifying records stemming from his investigation into a May 14 theft at a Walgreens store, Miramar Police said Thursday.

Hester was booked into jail and later released on bond. It was unknown whether he has an attorney.
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recurring theme: to make up the deficit from loss of tax/licensing revenue from Uber, police give drivers an extra fee that goes directly to the State.

My Uber got pulled over by the Denver police

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He asked again: Are you paying to have this person drive you to the airport?
I said yes. He then asked me how much I was being charged. I said I didn’t know the exact amount because I hadn’t reached the destination yet. He pushed the issue about the cost and then asked if this was an Uber ride. Both the driver and I said yes. Then the officer asked again how much the driver was charging me. I said the estimate was somewhere in the $35 to $45 range.

The officer then told us that “he was going to educate us on Colorado law today.” Uber was illegal in the state, he said.

The officer then left with the driver’s information.

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The officer returned to the car, and gave the driver a citation for speeding. He never once mentioned that, and I’m not sure whether he was exceeding the speed limit or not.
After the officer gave the citation, he opened the back door again and offered me a “free” ride to the airport. I told him that I had learned while he was gone that the state had just enacted a law allowing Uber. In fact, I referenced that the Governor was proud of it.
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Old 07-21-2014, 11:15 AM   #2531
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quite possibly one of the better responses I've seen in a while:

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Officers use important words like debate, authorize, behaviour, deliberate, report, failure, grievance, identification, improper, obstruct, investigation, endangering, interview, involvement, maintain, notification, citation, official, penalty, prior, procedure, property, regulations, require, services, situation, successful, suppress, suspicious, threatening, unauthorized, unjust, unknown, and unlawful. They use these words in situations which do not warrant them from either an academic or social standpoint. There has to be a boundary between social communication and persistent, unfounded incrimination and interrogation. These particular moron-words, as I like to call them, are used to needlessly escalate passive situations to allow further use of force by the officer. Period. These men are idiots. All of them. They have no interest in language unless it can be used to incriminate a person who has had the misfortune of getting their attention. Their job sucks (proven fact) and they want to make sure you know how bad it is out there so they, themselves, are combative, argumentative, and horribly licentious when it comes to choosing words to have a conversation with any non-officer. When they're off the clock, they use a total of 15 words including some foods, some weaponry, and some obscenity.

Their only interest in language, plainly, is in the ways they can abuse it to suit their ego-maniacal needs. Your phone could ring outside of a public restroom, you could continue to have a heated discussion over outstanding credit debts, and a cop could come out of the bathroom and cite you for improper use of foul language in a public place resulting in deliberate obstruction of his investigation of his bowels while at the same time, endangering an officer of the law because now he's going to be in rush hour traffic on the drive back to the babysitter club.

Ask an officer an honest question about the true nature of Freedom and Liberty and they'll be lost in a haze of stupidity, arrogance, and blatant anger at their own stupidity and arrogance. When they realize your ability to recognize it and communicate it, they are enraged further and all the more interested in ruining your life because you have "insulted" their "honor." The only freedom they've ever wanted for themselves is to carry a gun and dominate other humans without having to risk their lives regularly or commute overseas (soldier) and without having to use their brain in an academic capacity any more than is absolutely necessary. Logic is a burden to these men. They do not have the ability to affect a society in non-violent ways. They do not contribute intellectually to the human race. Many of them cannot read or write particularly well. But they follow orders blindly and inventory crime to make money for the municipality. They have some sort of emotional down syndrome, truncated intelligence, and are armed and frustrated with their shitty job and all around pathetic life picking up society's garbage with their bare hands.

To your point, officers do not treat citizens with enough respect to answer our simple questions. Any attempt to find fault in an officer's logic or procedure or demands or allegations is perceived as a direct attack on all officers' municipal purpose as authoritative, unchecked maniacs. They do not assist the public. They assign allegations of crime quickly and flippantly with their embarrassing grasp of vocabulary and impregnate honest and unbiased civilian answers with suspicion and guilt simply to reduce the amount that they must actually clean up true crime which would endanger their lives. It's a complete head game as they seek to arrest as many people as possible without putting their lives in immediate danger. And it's ******* awful to deal with every day as a civilian -- knowing full well it's better to avoid helping someone in danger because you will certainly be treated like a suspect and to an infuriating degree, at that. They are all training to be detectives but lack the intelligence and problem solving skills to actually be a detective. So they "play" detective any way they can, under the guise of "protecting the public," and harass every available human in sight with their wild goose-chase logic and ego-psychotic (as I like to call it) emotional self preservation through official vocabulary they spout like goddamned parrots. The only problem is, if you lose an argument (make no mistake -- all conversations with police are a direct argument defending your right to be a free human being), your life will be ruined. They are like flies on **** except they're harder to get rid of.
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Old 07-21-2014, 11:24 AM   #2532
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They do not have the ability to affect a society in non-violent ways.

oh look, he was cleared of wrong doing: http://wtaq.com/news/articles/2014/j...ersial-arrest/

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Old 07-22-2014, 09:20 AM   #2534
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recurring theme: critical thinking and reasoning skills before shooting a dog 15 times.



remember, if this is how police officers treat a barking dog, of all things, think about how they will treat you.

what if this officer didnt like black people, not just dogs like he says on tape. Should we expect him to laugh about tasing black people before noosing them? or should we just expect him to fire 15 times at them?
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real police reactions to this story:

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...The Police must effect the arrest and rise above any resistance. That resistance or lack of resistance is determined by the suspect. This was a huge man and it appears to me they used minimal force. Sometimes people with pre-existing conditions die when they exert themselves. There are Police Officers that have heart attacks and die every year during physical altercations with subjects. You will not see main stream media featuring those in their headlines. This is nothing more than petty blame shifting and fuel for extremist with an agenda.
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In the first place, if it turns out that the force used by the officers was legal and within departmental policy, it doesn't make ANY other cop look bad. If the public isn't willing to accept the fact that the officers did nothing wrong, they can go to hell. I could care less how the public perceives us when we're in the right and if YOU were any kind of law enforcement professional, you would understand that officer safety is FAR more important than public perception.
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Again if Mr walking heart attack had simply put his hamburger shovels behind his back, he wouldn't have had a heartbattackmfor over exerting himself. The NYPD did absolutely nothing wron. Tomthe guys slamming these NYPD officekrs, I and many here wouldn't want any of you guys around us on a critical,incident. Hopefully you guys are desk jockeys.
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was not a choke hold. he resisted arrest, and was twice the size as the two who tried initially to arrest him. once again, if he would have just turned around and put his hands behind his back, he may still be alive today. he resisted and his heart gave out, not the police fault.
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The police generally don't show up ten deep at your door just to say hey. This pervasive mentality that these ******** seem to have about not listening to the lawful orders of the police is what leads to these deaths and injuries. All he had to do was comply and he would not be dead. Tough **** and too damn bad.
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Of course the media isn't going to point out how many thousands of dollars of untaxable income a mope can make in a week selling illegal cigarettes (while also receiving welfare benefits)...
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Dont resist. I don't understand why these people don't simply comply. He would be out already with a DAT. What would his penalty have been? A fine perhaps? More than likely, he would have been cut loose with a warning. Unreal. I wish the officers well, its gonna be a bumpy ride.
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A more accurate headline would be "Non Compliant Fat Bastard Gets Just Due In Resisting Law Enforcement Officers"
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I guess it's the best thing for his tribe. He probably never worked a legit job. They city will pay off the family and they will be in Nigggaaa heaven for the rest of their lives!!
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It's going to be an up hill battle for the cops, you can clearly hear the fat bastard crying out "I can't breath". If ever a person wanted to know why police work is so difficult, here is a good reason. Best of luck to those guys who's lives (and their families) have just been turned upside down for all eternity.
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Yes, they'll pay off the "family"...
It's a lot cheaper than a riot...
And therein lies the problem...
The cities of America are held hostage by the strong-arm tactics of the savages

therein lies the problem, america: you savages.

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recurring theme: joe perez loves and defends dog killers because he has an odd boner for men in power positions (i know this from personal experience before my restraining order).

MPD kills innocent north Minneapolis couple's dog [UPDATE] | City Pages

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Sometime between 7 and 8 p.m. Friday, Paul Thomas Trott let his dogs out of the north Minneapolis home near Aldrich Avenue and 39th Avenue he shares with his partner, Josh Lyczkowski.

Unbeknownst to both of them, the gate on their fence had been broken by a car theft suspect who had fled from cops through their yard shortly before, and the dogs, Tito and Vita, made their way into a nearby alley.

In the alley, Tito -- a nearly two-year-old, 120-pound Cane Corso -- approached an officer who was still hunting for the car theft suspect. The officer ended up opening fire and killing Trott and Lyczkowski's beloved dog.

"I ran out the door and was hollering for him," Trott tells us. "I didn't get halfway to the gate when you could hear the officer yell, 'Stop!' He just yelled 'Stop!' and shot him and that was it."
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recurring theme: policing the savages. you cant let them wise up.

76 Year Old Veteran Arrested for Asking Public Official to Speak Louder - CNN iReport

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Eddie Overholt, a 76 year old veteran was arrested in Greeneville, TN Friday, July 18, 2014 for asking Mayor Alan Broyles and board members to speak louder during an Industrial Development Board meeting at Greeneville Light and Power. The Mayor and board were speaking in extremely low voices during the discussion of an unpopular decision to submit a second application to TDOT (the first was denied) that would allow a private company, US Nitrogen, to install and run wastewater pipes to the Nolichucky River so they would be able to get free water and a free place to dump wastewater instead of signing an agreement with the local water utility which would help the community.

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When Mr. Overholt asked them to please speak up the Mayor ordered his removal and subsequent arrest. He was forced to walk to the jail despite having health problems and was also charged for resisting arrest when he needed to rest.
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BBC News - Middlesbrough woman dies after police dog bites

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A 73-year-old Middlesbrough woman has died days after being bitten by a police dog in her home.

Irene Collins, of Penrith Road, was bitten several times by the German shepherd after Cleveland Police went into her garden to search for a suspected burglar last Wednesday.

She was taken to James Cook University Hospital but died at the weekend.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) will now decide how the incident should be investigated.

...Ms Collins was bitten in her kitchen after giving police permission to search her garden.

Ms Collins should have know better to antagonize police and get them all twitchy and paranoid.
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recurring theme: cant stop shooting animals. must save joe perez from harm.

A Year After Shooting Five Kittens, North Ridgeville Officer Back In News For Shooting Young Raccoon In Front of Kids | Scene and Heard: Scene's News Blog | Cleveland Scene

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North Ridgeville humane officer Barry Accorti has a penchant for blasting helpless animals in front of people. Last June, the former detective and SWAT team commander made headlines after a homeowner discovered a feral cat and her five kittens, leading to Accorti pulling out his gun and shooting them all, sending them "to kitty heaven" because the animal shelter was full.

A year later, Accorti is back in the news for allegedly blasting a trapped baby raccoon in front of three little kids.
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recurring theme: you point a camera, ill point a gun, confiscated it, and then fine you. what you did was perfectly legal, but you should antagonize poeple that can do this to you. I mean the issue is YOU, not the officers and/or the culture.

Border official points gun at Boy Scout | Local News - KCCI Home

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Fox said one of the Scouts took a picture of a border official, which spurred agents to detain everyone in that van and search them and their belongings.

“The agent immediately confiscated his camera, informed him he would be arrested, fined possibly $10,000 and 10 years in prison,” Fox said.

Fox said he was told it is a federal offense to take a picture of a federal agent.

Not wanting things to escalate, Fox said he did not complain.

Another of the Scouts was taking luggage from the top of a van to be searched when something startling happened.

“He hears a snap of a holster, turns around, and here’s this agent, both hands on a loaded pistol, pointing at the young man’s head,” Fox explained.

Fox said that had them all in fear.

Ultimately no one was hurt or arrested, and after about four hours they were allowed to continue their trip into Alaska.

a great lesson in civics for that young man indeed, Charles Vonderheid. This scout has now learned that police can steal your property at will and there's nothing you can do about it. Your scout did nothing wrong, nor nothign illegal, but he learned a value lesson in "civics" indeed.
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