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Old 08-07-2014, 10:35 AM   #2741
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good read: A Cop’s “Worst Nightmare”: Accountability – LewRockwell.com

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What is the “worst nightmare” one can imagine in an encounter between a police officer and a member of the productive class? One answer is offered by the experience of Eric Garner, who died after being choked and swarmed without cause by a thugscrum of NYPD officers. That nightmare continues for his wife, his six children, his grandchildren, and others who were deprived of his company because of an unprovoked act of criminal aggression by privileged purveyors of government-sanctioned violence.

What, on the other hand, is the “worst nightmare” for a police officer in such a situation? In a single word, accountability.
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Old 08-07-2014, 10:39 AM   #2742
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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
Meanwhile in red states:

Police officers have no constitutional ‘right of privacy’ in records of their official misconduct - The Washington Post

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Old 08-07-2014, 10:41 AM   #2743
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recurring theme: police assault the mentally disabled man they came to rescue. you cant let citizen's go uninjured!

Man alleges VPD officer assaulted him during rescue | CTV Vancouver News

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A Vancouver man is suing police after an officer allegedly kicked him while he was being rescued from a fire in his own home.

Surveillance video filmed in the Marguerite Ford social housing complex shows police dragging Cameron Stewart out of his suite naked and into the hallway.

When he tries to sit up, an officer appears to kick him back down to the floor.

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Stewart, who also lives with mental illness, fell asleep while cooking and caused the small fire in his unit. Staff responded to the alarms but couldn’t enter his suite so police and firefighters were called.
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Old 08-07-2014, 10:44 AM   #2744
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recurring theme: police dont want you to protect yourself

9-1-1 Dispatcher’s Insane Instructions To Woman Whose House Was Being Robbed: “Put Down The Gun”

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An 80-year old woman in Florida who was recovering from hip surgery was relaxing in her home when two burglars smashed her back door window and made their way inside. When N.J. Logan realized it wasn’t her husband she grabbed her gun and immediately called 9-1-1.

According to Logan, who says she didn’t want to shoot anyone, the 9-1-1 dispatcher repeatedly urged her to put the gun down.

Logan’s response?

I’ll put the gun down when I see the police.

The burglars exited the premises before the police got there and no injuries were reported.
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Old 08-07-2014, 10:46 AM   #2745
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recurring theme: due process? nah. this is merica.

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A Mississippi judge who admitted to being disrespectful and jailing citizens without due process must be removed from the bench, the state's highest court ruled.

Leigh Ann Darby, who served as a drug court judge, family master and youth court referee in Tate County, Miss., admitted to throwing eight parents into jail without due process "for conduct allegedly occurring outside of court."

She also denied a trio of teenagers due process in 2011 after they were arrested for walking across someone's yard. Darby ordered the teens to be drug-tested and sent them to detention for the weekend without conducting a hearing. They were eventually exonerated.

The Mississippi Commission on Judicial Performance charged Darby with judicial misconduct and conduct prejudicial to the administration of justice.

Darby also agreed with the commission's finding that she had frequently treated litigants and others in her court "in an abusive, belittling, impatient, unprofessional and discourteous manner."

The Mississippi Supreme Court had previously reprimanded Darby for sanctioning a mother for contempt without due process.

In this case, the court agreed with the commission that Darby should be removed from the bench.
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Old 08-07-2014, 10:48 AM   #2746
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recurring theme: police are criminals, and use their power to create crime

Dedham police officer charged with role in kidnapping of Avon man now feared dead - Metro - The Boston Globe

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A Dedham police officer was arrested Wednesday for allegedly allowing the mastermind of the kidnapping of an Avon man to use his department-issued equipment, including his badge, to persuade the victim to leave his home, officials said.

The victim, James Robertson, 37, disappeared Jan. 1 has not been seen since, and is presumed dead, Norfolk District Attorney Michael Morrissey’s office said in a statement.


Dedham police Officer Michael Schoener was arraigned in Norfolk Superior Court in Dedham on Wednesday, and he pleaded not guilty to accessory before the fact of kidnapping, according to Morrissey’s office.

Bail was set at $5,000 cash.

James Feeney, 44, of Dedham, is alleged to have masterminded the kidnapping and is currently being held on $500,000 cash bail.
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Old 08-07-2014, 10:50 AM   #2747
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recurring theme: third cop, in what a week, that was injuried by their own k-9 partner?

Ventnor police officer attacked by her K-9 partner | NJ.com

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A police officer is recovering from surgery after she was attacked by her partner, a police dog.

Ventnor Officer Jamie Pirchio sustained injuries to her legs, arms and hands.

Police Chief Michael Miller tells The Press of Atlantic City Pirchio was attempting to feed Niko in her Northfield home when the dog got distracted and attacked her.

Pirchio managed to get the dog back in its cage and ran to a neighbor for help.

Ventnor purchased the dog for $6,800.

The police chief says Pirchio is on medical leave while Niko will remain in a kennel until officials decide whether the dog can remain on the police force.
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Old 08-07-2014, 10:51 AM   #2748
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recurring theme: police are criminals that are given guns to perform their job

Romulus police officer accused of road rage with gun while off-duty in Van Buren Township | News - Home

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A Romulus police officer is accused of being the aggressor in a road rage incident May 29 on Belleville Road near Interstate 94 in Van Buren Township.

David Brooks was off-duty at the time of the alleged road rage. Van Buren Township police officers were told two trucks were involved and that one of the drivers had a handgun.

They pulled Brooks over in his Dodge Ram pickup truck when he was traveling northbound on Belleville Road.

After an investigation by the Van Buren Police Department and review by the Wayne County prosecutor, Brooks was charged with felonious assault and felony firearm. He was arraigned on Thursday at the 34th District Court in Romulus before Judge Tina Brooks-Green.
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Old 08-07-2014, 10:52 AM   #2749
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recurring theme: breaking the law. all in a days work.

Cop busted for promising to help recruit in exchange for sex | New York Post

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A sleazy NYPD cop who ​allegedly ​offered to fast-track a female recruit’s job application in exchange for her panties, $1,000 and sex has been indicted on bribery charges.

Delfin Lantigua, 34, allegedly contacted the NYPD applicant on Facebook in February, telling her he would expedite her hiring process — for a price.

The woman, who contacted police, wore a wire when she met Lantigua, a nine-year officer, at a Dunkin’ Donuts in Brooklyn on March 11.

During the meeting, Lantigua, who lives in Kensington, demanded sex from the woman, $1,000 and her panties, law enforcement sources said.

Two days later, thinking he was going to a Brooklyn motel for a rendezvous with the woman, he was arrested by Internal Affairs Bureau officers.
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Old 08-07-2014, 03:16 PM   #2750
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reucrring theme: since cops cant do basic math, this kid is facing life in prision

Teen could face life in prison for pot brownies

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Jacob Lavoro is facing life in prison for making pot brownies, but he's hopeful that his sentence will be reduced. The penalty is so harsh because officers counted the full weight of the brownies as drugs.
charged with over a 1lb of pot, when it was 2.5grams worth of PCP.
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Old 08-07-2014, 03:18 PM   #2751
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recurring theme: police retaliation

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.

more retaliation:

NYPD Arrests Wife of Man Who Filmed Fatal Arrest of Eric Garner | Democracy Now!

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On Friday, the medical examiner ruled his death a homicide. A day later, police arrested Ramsey Orta, the man who filmed Garner’s arrest, on a weapons charge. On Tuesday, Orta’s wife was arrested and accused of assault. Chrissie Ortiz told WPIX Channel 11 police have been harassing her and her husband.
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Mother calls cops on minor son for watching ****. Luckily, the police weren't afraid, and merely dumbfounded.
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"Is it unusual for a momma to call the police on teenagers looking at ****? Yeah, it is," Bobo said.
She's lucky he didn't get shot dead for walking out of his room with a "gun" in his pants.

South Carolina Mom Calls Cops On 15-Year-Old Son After Finding ****
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Old 08-11-2014, 09:23 AM   #2753
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She's lucky he didn't get shot dead for walking out of his room with a "gun" in his pants.
like this kid shopping in Walmart?

Cops shoot and kill man holding toy gun in Walmart | MSNBC

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A young man holding a toy rifle in a Walmart was shot and killed on Tuesday by police in the Dayton suburb of Beavercreek, Ohio, according to Raw Story. John Crawford, 22, was carrying a toy gun he picked up in the store, alarming two other shoppers.

LeeCee Johnson, the mother of Crawford’s children, told the Dayton Daily News she was on the phone with him while he was browsing in the store. “We was just talking,” she told the Ohio newspaper. “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. And I could hear him just crying and screaming. I feel like they shot him down like he was not even human.”

CBS reports that two other Walmart customers, April and Ronald Ritchie, saw Crawford walking around the store with what appeared to be a gun and called the police. The police station reports that officers asked Crawford to put down the weapon, and opened fire when he did not comply. He later died of his gun shot wounds at a nearby hospital, where his death was ruled a homicide by the Montgomery County coroner’s office. A request for comment by msnbc to the Beavercreek police department was not immediately returned.
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Old 08-11-2014, 12:58 PM   #2754
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recurring theme: call 911 when you want people and animals dead

Accidental 911 speed dial = family dog shot

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The couple's answering machine wasn't operating properly. Since the couple was receiving a lot of calls from doctors and friends concerned about, or checking on, Julia Agazio, Frank was trying to fix it.

In doing so he accidentally hit a pre-programmed 911 button.

When he did, the Commerce City Police called back to find out if everything was OK. He told them everything was fine.

Commerce City police decided to send an officer to the residence to make sure - without telling the Agazios they would soon be there.

Officer Chris Dickey, spokesman for the Commerce City Police Department, said that such a response is customary police work.

"The officer was responding to a 911 call to determine the validity of what was going on," said Dickey. "It is our responsibility."

He said the female officer - who he declined to identify by name or length of service - walked through an open gate on the Agazio driveway, said Dickey.

There, said Dickey, she was confronted by "three, large vicious dogs."

Dickey said the officer shot Zoey as the dog attempted to attack her.

The officer is still on duty and is still carrying her weapon. The shooting is not the same as where an officer shoots a human and is placed on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of an investigation.

The Agazios tell a different version of events.

They claim that moments before the shooting, Zoey, along with the other two dogs, were on a porch being fed biscuits by Frank's 82-year-old father.

They believe the two other dogs stayed with Frank's father.

When the officer approached, Zoey, who has always acted as the couple's watchdog, apparently heard the officer and started barking at her as she always did at visitors.

The Agazios said the officer had walked at least 40 yards on to their property when she pulled the trigger once. The shot struck Zoey in the chest.

At the time she was shot, the Agazios said Zoey was 10 feet away from the officer.
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Old 08-11-2014, 01:01 PM   #2755
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recurring theme: legal gun owner displays pistol in a fit of road rage

Off-duty LAPD officer brandishes gun in traffic | abc7.com

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The LAPD says there is an Internal Affairs investigation into the conduct of a female off-duty officer wielding a gun in traffic.

The woman was driving a dark blue Chevy Tahoe SUV on the eastbound 60 Freeway, east of downtown Los Angeles, when a photo was taken from an adjacent vehicle Thursday afternoon.

It was not immediately known who took the photo or if the photo was altered in any way, but the LAPD confirmed that the woman in the photograph is an LAPD officer, and an investigation is underway.

The photo was posted on our ABC7 Facebook page.
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Old 08-11-2014, 01:04 PM   #2756
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recurring theme: a "few" bad apples.

A Few Bad Apples? Nine Cops Sentenced for Providing Protection to Drug Dealers | The Free Thought Project

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Thirteen defendants, including nine former police officers, have been sentenced to federal prison this week for accepting thousands of dollars in cash payments to provide protection during staged drug deals that were part of a federal undercover operation.

“This case sent shock waves through Georgia law enforcement offices, both local and federal,” said United States Attorney Sally Quillian Yates. “Certainly, these departments are filled with dedicated officers who literally risk their lives every day to make our communities safe. But this case revealed a troubling number of officers from a variety of law enforcement agencies who betrayed their oaths to protect and serve, taking cash from the very criminals they should have been arresting.”
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Old 08-11-2014, 01:11 PM   #2757
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recurring theme: you are free to go, but im going to hold your door open, and if you attempt to close it, ill charge you with assault, you know what, let me just take your phone and punch you anyways

Video goes viral after Wareham man captures alleged altercation - Boston News, Weather, Sports | FOX 25 | MyFoxBoston
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Old 08-11-2014, 01:18 PM   #2758
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recurring theme: armed marauders raid house, break faces & property, not even the house they were trying to rob

SWAT Team Barges in Assaults Two Children, Smashes Everything. Whoops Wrong House - Wide Awake America

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A SWAT team is under investigation for storming into a home in Coconut Grove at around 11 a.m. with a narcotics warrant.

According to the homeowner, Bobby Mclendon, the warrant that SWAT presented to raid his house was for 2 blocks away. However these brutes did not care.

They came in belligerent, with guns drawn ordering children around like slaves. When the children didn’t react fast enough to the officers’ commands one child was subsequently bludgeoned with the buttstock of a rifle.

“They didn’t have any reason to, but they hit my nephew in the head with their rifle. He’s 13,” recounts Mclendon.

Major Delrish Moss, with Miami PD, said that in all of the chaos of the raid, the 13-year-old was injured when he “ran into an officer’s weapon.”

You can’t make this stuff up.
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recurring theme: upset fisherman unable to catch any fish gets violent then tries to cover up his crimes

St. Petersburg PD fires cop for excessive use of force

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10 News tracked down the violent video that cost this cop his job. The video takes place in the North Shore Pool parking lot in downtown St. Petersburg back in January of this year.

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"Mr. Woodworth says he doesn't want to answer, doesn't want to give him information, asks who (Pienik's) supervisor is and that's when officer Pienik throws his clipboard down," said St. Petersburg Police spokesperson Yolanda Fernandez.

...He ends up grabbing the man, throwing him to the ground hard, and then jumping on top of him.

After the incident when Pienik was supposed to submit that video into evidence, "the officer did not do this," Fernandez said.

Pienik tried to hide the video, saying it would "disappear." That was a red flag for the Pinellas County State Attorney's office that asked Pienik for the video.

"He said it would not help (the) case," Fernandez said. The State Attorney's office put in a formal request to see the missing video, which alerted Pienik's supervisor to the problem.

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In all, Pienik was cited for nine different departmental and city violations. Interim police chief David DeKay said in a release: "There were other options and resources available at the time… without the level of force that was used by Officer Pienik."

"He used bad judgment during the incident, then he used bad judgment afterwards in dealing with the video tape," Fernandez said.

Kenneth Pienik had spent six and a half years on the St. Petersburg police force.
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a long drawn out read on the war on "drugs"

A Controversial Raid on a Smoke Shop Roils Alpine, Texas
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