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Old 07-30-2014, 09:13 AM   #2641
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recurring theme: police own the road, dont mess with them or they'll shoot your car in a fit of rage

Corrections officer claims Miami-Dade officer shot at her car - WSVN-TV - 7NEWS Miami Ft. Lauderdale News, Weather, Deco

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Georgina Illa, a Miami-Dade Corrections officer of four years, said she was driving to work northbound on Florida's Turnpike, near Southwest 152nd Street, Sunday evening. According to the driver, all of a sudden a white Mazda sedan cut her off.

Illa said she flashed her high-beam headlights. "I was absolutely in shock," she said. "I can tell you, even my right foot was trembling. I didn't know what to do."

She said there were two occupants in the other car. The man in the passenger seat, she said, pointed a firearm at her. "I'm trying to get my phone, I'm trying to call FHP; next thing I see, the guy is pointing a gun at me," she said.

"As he was pointing his gun at me, I still couldn't believe it," Illa continued. "It's crazy. Who would do that?"

Illa said the man then discharged his firearm, hitting her vehicle in the taillight. "Gun goes off, and now I'm trembling, my foot is trembling, and my hands are trembling," she said.

A Florida Highway Patrol trooper later arrived on the scene. "The initial officer that, you know, made the traffic stop, after he talked to [the passenger] he came and talked to me," said Illa. "He said, 'You know, he's a police officer ... a Miami-Dade Police officer.'"

Illa said the investigating officer on the scene told her the off-duty law enforcer riding in the personal vehicle denied having a gun, as well as firing a weapon.

The white Mazda was impounded. According to Miami-Dade Police officials, the Florida Highway Patrol is the lead investigative agency in this case.

After the incident, Illa said, investigators went through her red sedan and found the round that was fired.

Miami-Dade Police have confirmed that their officer was present at an incident on the Turnpike but indicated they do not know what, if any, involvement, he may have had in the incident. They said FHP investigators are trying to determine whether their officer fired a weapon.
what i don't understand from this is how she got shot in the rear if the officer cut her off...
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Old 07-30-2014, 09:14 AM   #2642
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Miami-Dade Police Officer Charged With DUI Back in Custody | NBC 6 South Florida

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A Miami-Dade Police Officer charged with DUI is back in custody for driving with a suspended license and leaving the scene of an accident while out on bond.
A judge revoked 41-year-old Ryan Robinson's bond at a Tuesday hearing. Robinson was charged with DUI in April after he knocked over a shopping cart containing two children in a Publix parking lot while off-duty.

Then four weeks ago, officials said he was caught driving with a suspended license. Authorities said Robinson hit car that had a person inside it in a Palmetto Bay parking lot, then drove away, but he hit another parked car that was empty. The person in the first car called police and he was charged with driving with a suspended license and leaving the scene of an accident with property damage.
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Old 07-30-2014, 09:16 AM   #2643
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Concerned citizen buys a homeless man mcdonalds. This police officer doesn't like how the homeless guy smells and tries to trespass him.

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Old 07-30-2014, 09:19 AM   #2644
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recurring theme: beating up minors; something about high rates of domestic violence among police officers.

Chula Vista Police officer charged with underage battery - KUSI.com - KUSI News - San Diego CA - News, Weather, PPR

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A Chula Vista Police Department officer was charged Tuesday with four misdemeanor battery counts stemming from an off-duty dispute with his girlfriend's 16-year-old son.
The allegations against patrolman Roman Granados stem from a fight he allegedly had with the teenager during a graduation ceremony at Chula Vista Hills Elementary School, CVPD Capt. Lon Turner said.

Granados was attending the June 5 event with his girlfriend, one of whose children was taking part in the ceremony, the captain said.

During the function, the alleged victim confronted his mother about a prior disagreement, and Granados intervened. A scuffle broke out, at which point the officer allegedly battered the teen. Witnesses described Granados as the sole aggressor, Turner said.

By the time officers arrived at the school to investigate the disturbance, Granados had left. Police contacted and questioned him at his home that evening.
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Old 07-30-2014, 09:20 AM   #2645
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In No-Fly List Lawsuit by American Muslims, DOJ Argues ‘No Constitutional Right Not to Become an Informant’ | The Dissenter

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The United States Justice Department has moved to dismiss a lawsuit in which American Muslims allege that that twenty-five law enforcement officials, particularly FBI agents, had them placed on the No Fly List after they refused to become government informants in their community.
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Old 07-30-2014, 09:22 AM   #2646
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Hometown police officer fired after fatally shooting dog | abc13.com

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HOMETOWN, IL -- A police officer in a Chicago suburb has been fired after the shooting death of a family dog that has outraged a small community. Witnesses say an officer from the Hometown Police Department shot and killed the dog in front of its owners.
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Old 07-30-2014, 09:23 AM   #2647
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recurring theme: police love hookers and breaking the law

Clark County Sheriff Danny Rodden indicted by a federal grand jury

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Clark County Sheriff Danny Rodden was arrested Tuesday after allegedly paying a prostitute $300 for oral sex at a Louisville hotel and encouraging her to hide evidence of their 2013 encounter.

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Rodden, 60, is accused of giving the unnamed prostitute a badge, uniform shirt and other clothing bearing the insignia of the sheriff's department so she could get a government employee rate at area hotels, according to a federal indictment unsealed Tuesday.
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Old 07-30-2014, 09:25 AM   #2648
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recurring theme: cops love cameras so much, they'll steal them right out of your hands!

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Old 07-30-2014, 09:27 AM   #2649
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recurring theme: police gets robbed. Intersting list of equipment stolen from a state police car.

State Police vehicle broken into in Bel Air area, tactical gear stolen - baltimoresun.com

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The missing equipment includes a green ballistic vest, plus ammunition, a knife and a pry bar that were being stored in the vest, which bears the labels "Trooper" and "STATE Team," which is the acronym for the MSP's tactical team, the Special Tactical Assault Team Element.

No firearms were in the vehicle to be taken, State Police said; however, a green flight suit, which bears Maryland State Police and STATE team patches, and a gas mask were also stolen, according to the news release.
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Old 07-30-2014, 09:38 AM   #2650
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recurring theme: police kidnap kidnap-victim to ensue she testifies against her OTHER kidnapper

WTF!? Police Kidnap & Imprison a Woman to Ensure She Testifies Against Her Kidnapper | The Free Thought Project

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Faith Bronson is a 34 year old woman who was recently attacked by her mentally unstable boyfriend Ross Bonaddio. Bonaddio had assaulted and kidnapped her, and was holding her against her will. Bonaddio was allegedly under a delusion that aliens were inside of Faith, and he planned to extract them.

According to a police report, he screwed the doors of his home shut, so she could not leave. After three days, she escaped to a neighbor’s house where the police were called. When the police arrived, Bronson had already returned to her boyfriends house, where they found her covered in bruises.

Since detectives had been unable to contact Bronson, and she had expressed in recorded phone conversations that she did not want to testify, they felt that it would be necessary to incarcerate her.

Now she is being held captive by the police because they are concerned that she may not testify against Bonaddio.

Faith Bronson isn’t under arrest and is not under suspicion of any crime, but she is being held in prison without charges. It was reported by the local newspaper, The Times Tribune that Judge Michael Barrasse set a $25,000 bail which she can pay if she wants to be released before Ross Bonaddio’s trial on September 7th. If she cant pay the bail though, she is to remain behind bars until the court date.
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Old 07-30-2014, 09:41 AM   #2651
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this car was pulled over maybe speeding? or the passenger not wearing a seat belt. unsure.

the cop is a complete *******. drags passenger out of the car and threatens to break his arm and smash his face on the pavement.

then makes him stand there for 20 minutes and lets him go, without charges.

cops questions driver if the passenger was "anti-government" and wanted to search the vehicle.

just another fishing expedition using a $20 fine as an excuse.

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Old 07-30-2014, 09:56 AM   #2652
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recurring theme: police harass legal campers trying to have a nice weekend


after threaten to take thier child away, name calling, being put in handcuffs (all why they claim they weren't detained) and an hours worth of harassment the cops eventually left and no warnings, citations, arrest, etc were made.
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Old 07-30-2014, 09:57 AM   #2653
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recurring theme: judge decides your right to privacy in a bathroom doesn't exist

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Owner of dog shot by Utah police turns down $10,000 offer | The Salt Lake Tribune

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The owner of a dog killed by a Salt Lake City police officer last month said he has turned down the department’s offer to pay him $10,000 to compensate him for his pet.

Sean Kendall, owner of the dog, Geist, that was shot dead by a police officer in its own backyard last month, acknowledged the generosity of the department’s offer, but said he would not be satisfied until the department agreed to change its policy governing using force against dogs.
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Six cops arrested in federal corruption probe

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Six Philadelphia officers were arrested Wednesday in a predawn roundup and charged with robbing, kidnapping, and extorting drug suspects over a nearly seven-year period.

The officers had been involved in narcotics investigations until they were removed from street duty by Police Commissioner Charles H. Ramsey late last year.

The officers charged in a federal indictment are Thomas Liciardello, Perry Betts, Brian Reynolds and Michael Spicer, John Speiser and Linwood Norman.

The indictment alleges the officers falsified records, held people without arrest, stole drugs and shared in the proceeds.

Federal officials said they stole more than $500,000 from February 2006 to November 2012, including Rolex watches, electronics and a Calvin Klein suit.

The officers allegedly took part in a game involving beating drug suspects for points and even held one suspect from a balcony 30-feet above the ground and knocked out his teeth.
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Old 07-30-2014, 01:07 PM   #2656
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recurring theme: prison guards in an empty prison like "authority"

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Old 07-30-2014, 01:40 PM   #2657
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recurring theme: keeping hardened criminals off the streets

“Mom arrested for allowing 7-year-old son to go to park alone

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A mom faces a charge of child neglect after she allowed her son to go to a park alone. She says he’s old enough but Port St. Lucie Police disagree. Now she’s fighting back.

“I’m totally dumbfounded by this whole situation,” says Nicole Gainey.

It began last Saturday afternoon when Gainey gave her son Dominic permission to walk from their house to Sportsman’s Park .

“Honestly didn’t think I was doing anything wrong,” says Gainey, “I was letting him go play.

It’s a half mile from their Port St. Lucie home. Dominic says it only takes him about 10 to 15 minutes to get there. During the walk, the 7-year-old passed a public pool. Someone there asked him where his mom was.

“They asked me a couple questions and I got scared so I ran off to the park and they called the cops,” says Dominic Guerrisi.

Dominic was playing at the park when an officer pulled up.

“They said ‘where does your mom live,’ ” says Dominic.

Police took him home. That’s when his mom was arrested and charged with child neglect. Gainey says she was shocked.
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When did security guards at hospitals start carrying tasers? and when was it okay for them to steal private property from people?

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recurring theme: police are incompetent retards that only care about putting people in jail regardless of who they are if they've committed a crime or not.

Police Arrest 8-Month Pregnant Woman. 5 Days in Jail & 8 Months Probation, Whoops Wrong Person. | The Free Thought Project

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Last November the Rittman Police Department, through their glorious incompetence, throwing the need for evidence to the wayside, and relying solely on an informant’s recollection, went to the home of Ashley Brown to place her under arrest.

“I got out and one of them walked up to me and said, ‘we have a warrant for your arrest,’ and I thought that they were joking,” said Brown.

“I thought that it was for an unpaid parking ticket and he said, ‘no ma’am, it’s for dangerous drugs,’ and I lost it,” said Brown.

Rittman police accused Brown of driving a co-defendant to a location to sell drugs. The irony here is that police think that providing transportation to someone to sell something to a willing customer is somehow more dangerous than kidnapping and locking an innocent pregnant woman in a cage.

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Because Monday was Veteran’s Day, she did not go in front of a judge until the following Tuesday after being locked in a cage for 4 days. Even then, her public attorney, Bob Campbell, didn’t believe her.

“I wanted to make sure that I completely vetted her claim of innocence before I presented it to anybody else, because about the worst that you could do is to present a claim of innocence when you are not. That has a tendency to backfire,” said Campbell.

Eventually the informant was brought in to identify Ashley Brown in a lineup and could not. Brown also had an alibi: a Facebook post from the cousin of Brown’s ex-boyfriend that confirmed Ashley was out hiking on the day of the drug transaction. But still, this was not enough to convince the negligent and tyrannical Narcotics Gestapo. Brown was still indicted.

“I think people believe that in order to get charged with a felony offense you have to at least be hanging around with the wrong people or doing something that you probably knew you shouldn’t do and this certainly proves this is not the case. She was just minding her own business,” said Campbell.

For eight horrible months, Brown said she was required to make daily status phone calls and subject herself to random drug tests twice a week at her own expense.

Eventually the charges were dropped, but Brown hasn’t received as much as an apology from these incompetent goons.
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recurring theme: personal vendetta

SPD officer under investigation after writing 80 percent of pot tickets | The Today File | Seattle Times

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Department sources identified the officer as Randy Jokela, who has been on the force since 1990 and currently works as a bike officer in the West Precinct, which includes downtown Seattle and Queen Anne.

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Seattle police are investigating the conduct of an officer who has written about 80 percent of all tickets for using marijuana in public this year.

The officer, who has not been identified, allegedly wrote 66 of 83 tickets between January and June, often adding a note requesting the attention of City Attorney Pete Holmes, a vocal supporter of Washington state’s legalization of marijuana, Police Chief Kathleen O’Toole said in a statement posted on the department’s website.

Some of the tickets were addressed to “Petey Holmes.”

Marijuana tickets are filed directly in Seattle Municipal Court, not by Holmes’ office. If a ticket is contested, an infractions attorney from Holmes’ office becomes involved.

O’Toole said the matter came to her attention as part of the department’s recent release of its first semi-annual report on marijuana enforcement.

In one case, the officer purportedly used a coin toss to decide which of two people he had stopped would receive a ticket. In another, he allegedly referred to the voter-approved legalization as “silly.”

The matter has been referred to the Police Department’s Office of Professional Accountability, which conducts internal investigations.

The officer has been reassigned to duties other than patrol while the investigation is conducted.
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