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Old 08-06-2014, 11:34 AM   #2721
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recurring theme: cops like to crash into each other

Cleveland patrol cars collide during pursuit, sending 1 into porch of house | cleveland.com

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Two patrol cars responding to a call Tuesday night collided in an intersection on the city's East Side, sending one car into the porch of home and two officers to the hospital.

Three officers were hurt but none seriously in the crash at the intersection of Eaglesmere Avenue and East 136th Street, according to police at the scene. Both patrol cars were heavily damaged and ended up in the yard of a home on the southwest corner of the intersection.
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Old 08-06-2014, 11:36 AM   #2722
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LRPD K-9 Gets Loose, Bites 2 People in Saline County - Local News, Weather, Sports, and Community for Central Arkansas

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A K-9 with the Little Rock Police Department is off the job for 10 days after he got loose and bit two people.

It happened Monday night around 8 outside Alexander.

The dog, "Ammo," is a Dutch Shepherd who's been with the LRPD at least 3 years. His handler is Ofc. Jason Harris.

Authorities say the dog got out of his pen and then jumped a 6-foot fence in the home's backyard.

Both victims lived across the street. At least one of them was taken to a Little Rock hospital where 10 stitches were needed to close the wound.

In a news release Tuesday, the Little Rock Police Department said the K-9 incident is being treated as a vicious dog bite by Saline County.

The K-9 is at home but cannot report to work for 10 days as required under the Saline County vicious dog ordinance.

The K-9 handler was not at home at the time of the incident. Emergency personnel responded to the residence where they located the K-9 in his driveway.

Ammo is trained in narcotics, tracking and patrol. He came to LRPD from Ultimate Working Dogs in West Virginia.
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Old 08-06-2014, 11:36 AM   #2723
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Detective Sentenced For Stealing Permit Fees - Courant.com

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A former Hartford police detective was sentenced to six months of home confinement Monday after admitting that he stole $30,000 in pistol permit fees from the department.

Federal prosecutors wanted Tishay Johnson, who was once shot while working undercover on a drug sting, to serve six months to a year in prison because they said he abused a position of public trust.

"Here, Mr. Johnson corrupted his office and betrayed the trust placed in him by the people of the City of Hartford," federal prosecutors said in written arguments. "He used his position to enrich himself at the expense of the people he was sworn to serve."


U.S. District Judge Robert N. Chatigny adopted Johnson's argument that he deserved leniency. Johnson's lawyer, Salvatore Bonanno, argued that Johnson stole to support a gambling habit – a compulsion that followed the shooting, Bonanno said.
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Old 08-06-2014, 11:39 AM   #2724
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recurring theme: create crime in order to "solve" crime

Another Yonkers drug case tossed, with cops still under scrutiny

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Westchester prosecutors dismissed charges against another defendant Monday in the wake of an investigation into an improper search that ended with the death of a suspected drug dealer.

Felony drug charges against Kino Smith were dismissed in Yonkers City Court, although what role two Yonkers officers who are under investigation played in Smith's case has not been revealed.

"The D.A.s are being very upstanding here," said Hugh Jasne, Smith's lawyer, following the dismissal. "It's obviously nothing they've done wrong. It's a couple of cops who decided they were above the law."

Detective Christian Koch and Officer Neil Vera were relieved of their shields and weapons last week and remain under investigation by the Yonkers police Internal Affairs Division and the Westchester County District Attorney's Office.

The investigation began more than four months ago, after the March 21 death of Dario Tena. Tena, suspected of dealing drugs, fell to his death out a third-floor window at 141 School St. after police arrived to execute a search warrant.

Koch had submitted a sworn affidavit for the search warrant, and included information he got from Vera. Authorities soon determined that the affidavit contained "material false statements," and cases Koch and Vera have been involved in have come under close scrutiny.

Smith became the seventh defendant unrelated to the Tena case to have his drug charges dismissed. Three of those defendants were arrested in the same case and had faced mandatory state prison time on a Class A felony before their charges were dropped.
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Old 08-06-2014, 11:41 AM   #2725
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recurring theme: even our congressmen cant help but assault people with cameras

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Old 08-06-2014, 11:48 AM   #2726
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This is why you don't allow police to search your car; even when you have nothing to hide:



bought his car from an auction, this is what his mechanic found in it; fully loaded.
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Old 08-06-2014, 11:53 AM   #2727
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recurring theme: our police.


so respectful and not there to escalate.
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Old 08-06-2014, 11:55 AM   #2728
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recurring theme: border patrol tells the truth


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us citizen?

yeah, but does it matter?

not anymore, unfortunately.
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Old 08-07-2014, 08:37 AM   #2729
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recurring theme: something about high rates of domestic violence, being thugs, criminals, scum, etc.

Tulsa cop kicks out daughter over bad

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Two Tulsa police officers who are married to each other have both been arrested in connection to the shooting death of their daughter’s boyfriend.

Lisa Kepler, 18, told Tulsa World that her father, 54-year-old officer Shannon Kepler, opened fire on her boyfriend, 19-year-old Jeremy Lake, just as he was trying to introduce himself on Tuesday.

Shannon Kepler drove up to the couple’s home in a black SUV and shouted at his daughter, and began shooting at Lake, Lisa Kepler explained. She said that she was attempting to stop her father, until she had to hide because he also started shooting at her.
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Old 08-07-2014, 08:39 AM   #2730
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recurring theme: ABQ cant stop killing and militarizing

An MRAP switcheroo for Albuquerque police? « Watchdog.org

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ast week, the Albuquerque Police Department announced it was getting rid of its massive 45,000-pound Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle largely due to concerns over criticism about over-militarization.

But now, APD has disclosed it has already purchased one tactical vehicle and plans on obtaining another.

“There’s a lot of sensitivity about using a military vehicle and we understand those concerns and that’s why we’ve gone into the civilian market,” said Janet Blair, Albuquerque Police Department communications and community outreach director.

Over the weekend, APD told the Albuquerque Journal the department spent $240,000 two weeks ago to buy a bullet-proof skid loader called The Rook that APD will use in situations involving barricaded subjects and bomb threats.

In addition, APD is applying for a $350,000 grant to obtain what’s called a MedCat, an armored vehicle similar to an MRAP that carries medical equipment and will be used to transport SWAT team members. On Monday morning, Blair said she wasn’t sure from where the grant money is coming.
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Old 08-07-2014, 08:40 AM   #2731
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recurring theme: Tulsa police are homophobes that cant perform their jobs (kinda like all the leaders that just visited the white house)

Tulsa police refuse to investigate death of gay man found naked in his blood-covered apartment

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A friend found 40-year-old Benny Longoria lying dead and naked in his Tulsa apartment on June 20, but police there failed to notify his family for more than a month, according to what family members have told me.Benny Longoria

Representatives of the property management company that operated the apartment complex reportedly said there was blood everywhere in the apartment, and yet Tulsa police continue to refuse to investigate this as a suspicious death, despite the family’s repeated pleas that they do so.

No autopsy was performed and Longoria’s body was immediately cremated at the request of police, due to his HIV status.

Tulsa Police Sgt. Dave Walker has refused the family’s investigation requests and insists Longoria died of natural causes, as determined by his primary care Dr. Frances Haas. But when I contacted Dr. Haas to verify cause of death, representatives in her office told me they did not sign a death certificate and do not know how Longoria died.
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Old 08-07-2014, 08:46 AM   #2732
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For joe:

theme: antagonizing police.


notice a big difference between this and just standing up for your own inalienable rights.
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Old 08-07-2014, 08:49 AM   #2733
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they need PSAs warning plainclothes officers that cops love to shoot indiscriminately.
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Old 08-07-2014, 08:56 AM   #2734
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recurring theme: violating the law so they can justify having a job

Florida Cop Breaks State Law To Lobby Against Medical Marijuana | ThinkProgress

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North Miami Beach police officer Tom Carney opposes Florida’s ballot initiative to legalize medical marijuana. So he sent an email explaining how the medical provision would still be a violation of federal law. But in sending the email, Carney himself violated his state’s law.

As the Miami Herald pointed out, non-elected officials like Carney are prohibited from sending emails about electoral politics from their work accounts. Violating the law, much like possessing marijuana, is a first-degree misdemeanor carrying up to a year in jail or a $1,000 fine.
Carney sent an email with the subject line the “Truth About Medical Marijuana” before advocates decried the email as illegal politicking. But Carney riled advocates even further when a follow-up email clarifying his intent not to break the law once again contained the advocacy materials.

The email contained talking points from the Florida Police Chiefs Association, several of which conflate legalization of recreational marijuana and medical marijuana.
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Old 08-07-2014, 09:00 AM   #2735
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Old 08-07-2014, 09:07 AM   #2736
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recurring theme: without any real reasonable suspicion, the cops determine driver is a drug dealer, stop him at gunpoint, rip him out of the car, and then illegally search his car and cell phone and let him go.

Troopers release video showing forceful stop of musician Shamarr Allen | NOLA.com

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As he continued defending his troopers' actions, the Louisiana State Police chief released a dashcam video Tuesday of the forceful stop of a musician in the Lower 9th Ward.

Shamarr Allen, a trumpeter known for his band, Shamarr Allen and the Underdawgs, has claimed in TV interviews that he felt in danger and that he was treated unfairly because of his race.

"It's just wrong," Allen told NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune on Tuesday after watching the video. "I don't drink, I don't smoke, I don't do none of that. I don't live wrong at all. It's just, this is the life of a black man in the Lower 9th Ward."

State Police Superintendent Col. Mike Edmonson says troopers' use of force was justified and necessary because Allen was disobeying their commands. The troopers were on high alert because they were looking for a suspected cocaine dealer who had escaped from the NOPD's station in the French Quarter. Troopers saw Allen approach in his car, stop and reverse, which raised their suspicions, Edmonson said.

The video, which lacks audio, shows troopers initiate a traffic stop. Then two troopers approach him with their guns drawn. Then four officers grab him forcefully out of his car and onto the ground.

The force was necessary, Edmonson said. Troopers had ordered Allen to show both hands, Edmonson said, but he had kept his right hand hidden, so police thought he could have a gun.

But Allen claimed he would have complied if the officers had given him a chance to. "There was no chance to resist," he said. "By the time they got on the car, they pulled me out the car. There wasn't any resistance."

He said the thought of disobeying the cops never crossed his mind. He remembered two people he knows who were killed by police. "I just know the police is in my face with guns and that's very, very, very scary - very scary."

Once Allen was on the ground, the video shows, the troopers continued to restrain him and handcuff him. While on the ground, Allen moved his head and shoulders "in an attempt to get up or turn over," police said.

After police handcuffed Allen, they tried to walk him over to a police car. The video shows him appear to jerk his body away from the officer, and the officer pulls him back. Eventually, he is brought to a police car, where he is questioned.

Police said he was released after 20 to 30 minutes of officers checking his records.
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Old 08-07-2014, 09:17 AM   #2737
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I got pulled over for a seatbelt infraction. Cop said he smelled marijuana and that they were having a canine unit come. They searched my car and didn't find anything and let me go with a ticket for no seatbelt. ****** cops man..
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Old 08-07-2014, 10:27 AM   #2738
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recurring theme: cops HATE the law

San Jose Police Department says FAA can’t regulate its drone use

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A March 2014 e-mail from Western Division Commander James Randol to SJPD’s Deputy Chief David Hober states, "The UAV is not a drone. Drones are regulated by the FAA. The FAA doesn’t regulate our device.”

But that’s not at all the perspective of the Federal Aviation Administration.

“Anyone who wants to fly an aircraft—manned or unmanned—in US airspace needs some level of authorization from the FAA to ensure the safety of our skies,” Ian Gregor, an FAA spokesman for the Pacific Division, told Ars in a statement.

“The FAA authorizes UAS operations that are not for hobby or recreation on a case-by-case basis. Public entities (federal, state, and local governments, and public universities) may apply for a Certificate of Waiver or Authorization (COA), which, when approved, provides authorization for [unmanned aircraft systems] operations in the [national airspace system]," he said.
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Old 08-07-2014, 10:31 AM   #2739
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Pit bull shot and killed by Lancaster city police officer | WPMT FOX43

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A pit bull was shot and killed Wednesday afternoon by a Lancaster city police officer, and the incident was caught on camera.

WARNING the video may be considered graphic. A dog can be heard and then multiple gun shots. It was sent to us by FOX43 viewer Eli Gacheke.

According to Lancaster online the dog had jumped out of the bed of a pickup truck and was on the loose in a parking lot.

Officers tried to taser the animal, before one of them shot the dog twice.

Lancaster police told us earlier they would release more information, but later said they don’t expect to comment until tomorrow.
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Man police shot in Walmart killed over fake gun, family says | www.daytondailynews.com

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Relatives of John Crawford, the man shot dead by police at a Beavercreek Walmart, say they’ve contacted civil rights organizations because they believe the shooting was not justified.

They believe he was killed possibly after he picked up a toy gun in the store.
Crawford, 22, of Ridge Drive in Fairfield, was identified as the man Beavercreek police shot and killed Tuesday night.

LeeCee Johnson, who said she is the mother of Crawford’s children, said she was on a cell phone call with Crawford when he was shot by officers. She said Crawford went to the area to visit family members.

“We was just talking. He said he was at the video games playing videos and he went over there by the toy section where the toy guns were. And the next thing I know, he said ‘It’s not real,’ and the police start shooting and they said ‘Get on the ground,’ but he was already on the ground because they had shot him,” she said, adding: “And I could hear him just crying and screaming. I feel like they shot him down like he was not even human.”

Beavercreek Police Chief Dennis Evers did not answer questions Wednesday but said officers acted appropriately.

Johnson said she has two children with Crawford: John Crawford IV, who is 1, and Jayden Crawford, who is 4 months old. She just found out she is pregnant with a third child, but never got the chance to tell Crawford.
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