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Old 08-04-2014, 08:38 AM   #2681
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recurring theme: police kill another hostage as he ran for safety fleeing a shoot out

Underground America: Police kill bystander in California standoff

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McSweeney said the confusion occurred after the parolee traded gunfire with deputies who were trying to arrest him and broke into Mendoza's home through a back window. Deputies went to the front door to evacuate the residents when the parolee fired at them. The deputies had to run for cover, and within seconds a man ran out of the door.

McSweeney said a deputy fired at the man who turned out to be Mendoza.
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recurring theme: police love to assault and to watch assault

Off-duty Portland police officer accused of assaulting teen - KPTV - FOX 12

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An off-duty Portland police officer is accused of assaulting a teen at an RV park in Washington.

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Investigators contacted everyone involved and learned there was a physical confrontation involving a 17-year-old boy from Battle Ground and Jason Pearce, 43, a sergeant with the Portland Police Bureau.

Deputies said the incident stemmed from inappropriate comments made by the teen toward Pearce's daughter.

Pearce told the teen to return to his campsite, but a Klickitat County Sheriff's Office report said the teen became confrontational.

Investigators said during an ensuing fight, the teen sustained injuries to his face and neck.

Pearce told deputies he was acting in self-defense. Investigators said alcohol was involved, but they were not more specific about who had been drinking.

Deputies said the case is being forwarded to the Klickitat County Prosecutor's Office with the recommendation that Pearce be charged with second-degree assault, a felony.

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Investigators said another Portland officer was at the scene with Pearce, but was not directly involved in the altercation.
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reucrring theme: cops are thieves and then steal get to steal from the taxpayer about getting the lightest sentence possible for thier "crimes"

Ex-Indiana officer pleads guilty in $150K theft - 13 WTHR Indianapolis

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A former central Indiana police officer has pleaded guilty to charges that he stole nearly $150,000 from a company for which he transported cash.

Former Frankfort police Lt. Randy Emery avoided jail time as a judge sentenced him to three years of probation and ordered him to pay $110,000 in restitution.

Emery was arrested in February on charges he stole at least $147,000 from Good Oil Co., which had hired him to transport cash from a gas station near Frankfort to a bank.

The Times of Frankfort reports Emery told the judge he used the money to support a gambling addiction for which he's since sought treatment.

Police Chief Troy Bacon tells the Journal & Courier that Emery is keeping his pension because his retirement halted the department's internal investigation.
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recurring theme: anything to get a confession from anyone.

Diabetic Brooklyn teen denied insulin after being falsely arrested on attempted murder charges: suit - NY Daily News

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The NYPD has been hit with a federal lawsuit by a Brooklyn family that claims cops bullied a diabetic teen who was denied insulin while falsely locked up on attempted murder charges.

Richard Gonzalez’s family said the only evidence cops had to tie the 14-year-old special-ed student to an April shooting at Foot Locker in Bushwick were eyewitnesses who told them the gunman was named “Richie.”

When police got the frightened boy alone in a men’s room at the 83rd Precinct, “with balled fists” they “tried to manipulate him into confessing,” the family’s lawyer Carmen Giordano wrote in court papers filed in Brooklyn federal court.

“You going down,” one of them said, according to the lawsuit.

“I was scared,” Gonzalez told The Daily News on Friday.

His condition is so serious that he wears an electronic pump programmed to administer doses of insulin every hour, the lawsuit says.

But Giordano said police removed the pump and threatened to throw the boy’s mom, Divian Ramos, out of the stationhouse when she objected to them questioning her son without Ramos present.

While Ramos was later allowed to bring the boy food and test his blood sugar levels, Giordano said once the teenager was charged with attempted murder she was not allowed anywhere near him.

By the time Gonzalez appeared before a judge, his sugar levels were so high he was gagging, dizzy, weak and nauseous, the suit asserts.
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Man Who Shot Chokehold Video Arrested on Gun Charge | NBC New York

Once the coroner ruled Garner's death was a homicide, police retaliate against the person who shot the video of the incident.

Says he was set up on a bogus gun charge.

Police union use it as an example to show how dangerous streets are and why they choke out citizens.

And yet, the cop who choked the citizen to death is still yet to be charged with a crime.
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recurring theme: new toy in Norwalk, OH

Norwalk Police vehicle was made for war | Sandusky Register



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Best of all: The vehicle, logging only 4,000 miles and used solely for training at Dayton’s Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, didn’t cost area taxpayers a single cent via acquisition.

“In this tough economic time, we have a hard enough time trying to figure out ways to pay for new cruisers,” Norwalk police Chief Dave Light said. “We found it. We saw it. We wanted it. It was just luck of the draw we got one of the 12 offered.”

After inscribing Norwalk’s name and logo on it, officials thus far have invested about $2,200 of local taxpayers dollars into the vehicle.
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recurring theme: cops are big dumb ******* idiots and will do whatever they have to to create choas and crime and arrest you to look at you naked

Naked Brooklyn woman dragged from apartment, left topless in hallway for minutes by NYPD officers who say she beat 12-year-old daughter

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A Brooklyn grandmother who had just taken a shower was dragged from her apartment by about 12 cops who then stood by for more than two minutes while she was naked in the hallway, according to video that emerged Friday.

Denise Stewart was in her Brownsville apartment on July 13 when police — responding to a domestic disturbance call at the building — pounded on her door at 11:45 p.m. and demanded entry.

Stewart, 48, cracked the door wearing only a towel wrapped around her body and underpants — and was yanked into the hallway by cops over the screams of her family and neighbors.

The video shows a chaotic scene as a dozen or so male officers burst into Stewart’s apartment, while several others struggle to subdue and cuff the nearly naked woman in the hallway outside.

Stewart’s towel got lost in the scuffle, leaving the grandmother dressed only in underpants.

“Oxygen, get my oxygen,” the mother of four can be heard saying to the cops, as they propped her bare body against the wall.

A cop shouts, “OK, OK,” and darts out of the screen.

Neighbors videotaping from the stairwell started shouting as Stewart, who has severe asthma, fainted and fell to the floor.

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The NYPD said they’d gotten a 911 call to the Kings Highway address but didn’t have an apartment number.

They heard shouts coming from Stewart’s apartment. When they knocked, she told them they had the wrong place and tried to shut the door, police said.

Stewart’s 12-year-old daughter had “visible injuries” to her face, cops said. She told officers her mother and older sister beat her with a belt, police said.

Family members tried to prevent them from arresting Stewart, who bit an officer’s finger during the struggle, police said.

Stewart's lawyer, Amy Rameau, said she was told by a Legal Aid attorney also assigned to the case that the 911 call came from a different apartment on an upper floor — and cops went to Stewart’s door by mistake.

Cops removed the 12-year-old from the apartment and say she refused to get into the police car and kicked the door. A police spokesman said the child kicked out one of the police van’s windows, with the broken glass cutting the chin of one of the cops. The cops were treated at local hospitals and released.

Denise Stewart was charged with assaulting a police officer, and — along with her oldest daughter, Diamond Stewart, 20, — resisting arrest, acting in a manner injurious to a child and criminal possession of a weapon.

Stewart’s son Kirkland Stewart, 24, was charged with resisting arrest. The 12-year-old was charged with assaulting a police officer, criminal mischief and criminal possession of a weapon.

Diamond Stewart’s 4-year-old son was also pepper sprayed, the family said.
when she wins her settlement, she can finally move out of that shithole NYC.
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recurring theme: the war on drugs is stupid and pointless and obviously not solving the problem

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recurring theme: police are hotheads who cannot obey the laws they are sworn to uphold.

Chillicothe Police Chief's Suspension Could Be Related To DOJ In - NBC4: Columbus, Ohio News, Weather, and Sports (WCMH-TV)

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NBC4 has been investigating the suspension of a local police chief, and new details show that suspension could be related to an internal investigation, and an investigation by the Department Of Justice (DOJ).

Matt Mitchell was arrested in April for a misdemeanor and ended up in critical condition in the hospital with a head injury. Then, on Monday, Chillicothe Police Chief Roger Moore was suspended by the mayor. Mitchell’s attorney Bret Adams said he thinks the two could be related.

“This wasn’t an issue of police brutality. This was an assault. Mr. Mitchell was in handcuffs, wasn’t resisting, he certainly was belligerent and not respectful,” Adams said.

Chillicothe police cruiser and jail video obtained by NBC4 shows a police officer taking Mitchell out of his cruiser and into the pat-down area, but not without a struggle and a vulgar verbal assault on the officer during the ride to the jail.

“Do you think I’m scared of you dude? Take your badge off,” Mitchell taunted the officer.

Adams said that when Mitchell was removed from the cruiser, his head was slammed into the floor, causing a brain injury.

“That doesn’t warrant a complete takedown, resulting in the type of injuries he experienced,” Adams said.

An internal investigation by the Chillicothe police in April cleared the officer of any wrongdoing.
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recurring theme: in Suffolk county police abuse and investigations are Personnel matters and not public.

Suffolk police union settle suit over release of personnel records - Newsday

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Suffolk's largest police union has settled with the county a lawsuit the union filed last year that sought to force officials to uphold a state law forbidding public disclosure of personnel and internal affairs investigations of its police officers.

County attorney Dennis Brown confirmed this week that the suit was settled in June.
The lawsuit, filed Oct. 25, asked the county to enforce a state statute that protects officers' personnel files. It was filed on behalf of the 1,600-member Suffolk County Police Benevolent Association and its president, Noel DiGerolamo.
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recurring theme: police love to terrorize citizens, even in training

Woman sues after being held 'hostage'

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In a complaint received by 9NEWS Tuesday, Meeker claims she was taken hostage by a man with a gun while at work at the assisted living center in Carbondale. Meeker says the gunman held her against her will while she begged for her life.

According to the complaint, what she did not know at the time was that the man with the gun was a Carbondale police officer, and it was all a part of an active shooter drill that was taking place.

Meeker claims that she was not informed of the training and suffered severe mental and emotional distress since the incident.
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11 Connecticut police departments now own military armored vehicles

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When Waterbury's Emergency Response Team set out to arrest two suspects in a home-invasion case early this month, they went in force: Two heavily armored trucks led a convoy of officers to nab the suspects at a house on Laurel Street.

The mine-resistant, ambush-protected vehicles used in the raid were acquired for free by Watertown and Waterbury, which are among 11 Connecticut police departments to own such gear.

Watertown Police Sgt. Curt Molnar said his department shares its MRAP as a regional vehicle with Waterbury, Naugatuck Valley Community College, Wolcott and Middlebury.

"You hope not to use it much, because it could mean there's a shooter or a serious call," Molnar said.

Watertown acquired the $733,000 armored vehicle through the federal Defense Logistics Agency's 1033 program, which allows law enforcement agencies to receive surplus military property through their state coordinating office.

The program stems from the National Defense Authorization Act in the '90s, which allows law enforcement agencies to acquire property with a preference given to counter-drug and counter-terrorism requests. All law enforcement agencies have to pay for is transportation or shipping costs.

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recurring theme: two out-of-shape female lesibian officers cant arrest some lazy dude while his pants are falling off and he gets away; laughter ensues.

EMBARRASSING: Two Female NYC Police Officers Just Can’t Get Man Down ….. Onlookers Erupt in Laughter as he Gets Away | Sure News
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recurring theme: crazy cop was fired but rehired due to a judge, still had to take away his gun

Cop at VA hospital in N.J. believes in ghosts, says that's why feds want him fired: report | NJ.com

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A Department of Veterans Affairs police officer who says that the East Orange facility is haunted is fighting the federal government's attempt to fire him, according to a report on NYPost.com.

Valdo Vaher, a 48-year-old Rockland County, N.Y. resident, was put on modified duty and had his gun stripped earlier this year after allegedly "making bizarre statements and displaying unusual behaviors," according to a letter from VA Deputy Police Chief Bernais McNeil obtained by the Post.

Vaher told the website ghosts are real and "more likely to show themselves around hospitals."

He is a a retired Army sergeant and former lieutenant in the New York National Guard who is a citizen of both the United States and Estonia.

Vaher was fired, but in 2013 a judge ordered him re-hired. That's when he was assigned to the East Orange VA facility. He has since been moved to another site in New Jersey, according to the Post.
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recurring theme: cops love children; in a bad way.

Mesa police officer under arrest, accused of molesting females - CBS 5 - KPHO

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A Mesa police officer is under arrest, accused of molesting multiple victims. One of them is believed to be under 15 years old.

Justin Cherry, 34, is accused of inappropriately touching two women and a child under the age of 15 during searches while they were in police custody last year.

Cherry has been on administrative leave for the past year as Mesa police investigated. A grand jury indicted him on July 31, 2014, and the afternoon of Aug. 1, Cherry surrendered.

He is in jail without bond. All three charges are Class 2 felonies. Cherry has been working for Mesa police since 2001.

The Mesa Police Department sent us a statement saying they believe it's an isolated incident and put him on leave as soon as the first complaint was made. They also said they won't tolerate acts of this nature.
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recurring theme: breaking the law to uphold the law. Cop driving on a suspended license crashes his patrol car.

Weirton Police Officer Found to be Driving on Suspended License - WTRF 7 News Sports Weather - Wheeling Steubenville

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A Weirton police officer was discovered to have been driving on a suspended license after an investigation into a weekend accident.

According to reports, on Saturday morning at approximately 5 a.m., a Weirton police officer was involved in a single-vehicle accident at the intersection of Weir Avenue and Cove Road, severely damaging the patrol vehicle.

During the course of the accident investigation it was discovered the patrol officer was driving on a suspended license.

Patrolman Robert J. Ryan was cited for driving while suspended through Weirton Municipal Court.
$10 says when he's back at work, he still drives his cruiser.
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new theme: victim of police doesn't take plee deal and goes to trial in order to actually hold someone responsible for their actions

Trial starts Tuesday in malicious-prosecution lawsuit against Beaufort County Sheriff's Office | State | The State

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Theophilus D. Hamilton, acquitted in the brutal beating in 2008 that put Brian Lanese in intensive care for a month with head injuries, seeks undisclosed damages and alleges unlawful arrest, abuse of process and defamation. His trial is to begin at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Beaufort County Courthouse in Beaufort and is expected to last through the week. Hamilton and his former co-defendant in the criminal case, Harry Chris Battle Jr. of Bluffton, filed the suit in 2011.

Only Hamilton will take the civil case to court, as Battle accepted an undisclosed settlement from the county in January 2013, according to court records. County attorney Josh Gruber was out of the office Monday but said he would release the amount of the settlement Tuesday.

Hamilton turned down a $30,000 offer from the county, according to attorney Mary Lohr, who is representing the county.
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recurring theme: cops are thugs, scare the **** out of citizens, and then taze and beat you

Victim of alleged police brutality files $10 million suit against Norwalk, four officers - Thehour.com: Home

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NORWALK — The attorney for a Norwalk man who suffered multiple injuries during a 2012 arrest has filed a $10 million lawsuit in Federal court against the City of Norwalk and four Norwalk police officers alleging civil rights violations.

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According to the lawsuit to be filed, Greene was visiting a friend at 16 School St. when a black vehicle with tinted windows pulled up next to him and the four defendants, all dressed in black exited the vehicle and began asking him questions.

"At no point in time did the individual defendants identify themselves as police officers, nor were the individual defendants wearing and/or displaying any clothing or badging that identified them as such. At that point, and for no reason, defendant Mulkern attempted to 'pat down' the plaintiff."

The complaint further alleges that the fearful plaintiff ran from the scene and the police officers engaged in a foot pursuit. During the foot pursuit, the suit further alleges that a gun was pointed at Greene and he was Tasered.

"The plaintiff tired, Tasered, and staggering fell with his arms outstretched ...Thereafter Defendant Luciano rolled the Plaintiff over on his back, placed his knees on the Plaintiff's outstretched arms, sat on the Plaintiff's chest, and beat the Plaintiff's head and face numerous times with closed fists and elbows," according to the complaint.

According to a police report dated July 19, 2012 police say: "We were dressed in black Raid type uniforms with 'POLICE' in bright yellow letters, making us immediately identifiable as Norwalk Police Officers."

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At a Friday morning press conference attended by Greene, Russell, attorney Todd Haase, and private investigator William Smith, Russell said, "Exactly two years ago today Cody was accosted by four people in civilian clothes who demanded he submit to a search. When he ran away, he was chased and when he was caught he was Tasered and beat up...His injuries are prodigious and are outlined in the complaint. They are life-altering injuries and this is a tragedy."

Among the injuries to Greene claimed in the complaint are: Left orbital fracture, left upper and lower jaw fractures; fractured nose and septum; left eye hemorrhage; hemorrhage in posterior temporal lobe of brain; cerebral concussion and traumatic brain injury; stuttering disorder; post traumatic stress disorder; nerve damage to face and nose; post traumatic headaches and insomnia; facial numbness, impaired balance and gait; and deficits in attention, concentration, word finding, detail orientation, and short term memory.

The lawsuit alleges that, "The Plaintiff's injuries, or some of them, will be permanent in nature and/or permanently disabling."

"Because of the injuries sustained, the Plaintiff was transported to Norwalk Hospital via ambulance, placed in a medically induced coma, placed in intensive care, and remained in the hospital for four days," according to the complaint.

Greene was charged at the time with two felonies: Possession with intent to sell, a possession of a controlled substance within 1,500 feet of a school or housing complex, and four misdemeanors: Two counts of interfering with a police officer, possession of a controlled substance; and criminal trespass.

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"The unlawful possession charge was based on marijuana that was found in a window well of the complex, and the interference charges were based on injuries the officers sustained in the chase," Russell said. "Cody was cleared of most charges and was placed in a diversionary program for minor offenders."

"The officers were cleared in an internal investigation," Russell said.
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Speeding Cop Killed Student & NYPD Covered It Up, Lawsuit Claims: Gothamist

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After Officer Darren Ilardi fatally struck 24-year-old Ryo Oyamada with his police cruiser in Queensbridge last year, the NYPD purposefully destroyed evidence, failed to properly investigate the crash, and engaged in a "cover-up," according to a set of recently filed court documents.

Officers responding to the scene dispersed all eyewitnesses, failed to measure skid marks, and did not check Ilardi's cell phone records to determine if he was using his phone when he struck the 24-year-old student outside a deli near the intersection of 40th Avenue and 10th Street, the filings claim.

The filings contain redactions because law enforcement techniques and personnel files of city employees are usually given protection by the court, but they suggest that the NYPD destroyed video evidence of the crash itself:
Videorecordings made by surveillance cameras near the crash scene recorded four different police vehicles approaching the scene of the crash, but NYPD [REDACTED], making it impossible to identify which of the four different vehicles depicted was Ilardi's. It is impossible to view these snippets of videorecordings [REDACTED] and not wonder why images of the actual crash were omitted.
When Ilardi and his partner were interviewed by the NYPD's Internal Affairs Bureau shortly after the collision, those officers "set about changing the testimony of the sole remaining known eyewitness to the crash other than Ilardi—Ilardi's partner, Police Officer Carman," the attorney for the Oyamada family, Steve Vaccaro, writes in the filing.
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