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Old 11-12-2014, 12:45 PM   #3261
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Cops still love to show up and kill you:

Man Calls Police to Escort His Girlfriend, Cops Show Up and Shoot Her in the Head

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The woman’s boyfriend, Victor Stephens, 54, challenged the police on their handling of the incident, saying that the use of lethal force was excessive and that the situation could have been resolved through non lethal means. Stephens said:

“Me and her, we had an argument. Glass was being broke, so I called the police to escort her out,”

Police were called at approximately 11:45 pm by Stephens to escort his girlfriend from his property. When officers arrived, Stephens was in a separate hallway in the house away from where the incident occurred and she was pronounced dead at the scene. There were 5 other people at the house.

“They said ‘freeze’ and the next thing I know I heard (gunshots),” Stephens said.
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cops LOVE to shoot people:

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he was holding two knives.
eh. the dude charged him holding weapons. Play stupid games and all.
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like cops need any reason, but there seems to be a theme today that if you're holding a knife cops will shoot you:

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“Walk over here. Show me your hands,” Ziegler can be heard saying immediately after he exits his vehicle. Similar commands from other officers are also heard.

“Show me your hands!” Ziegler says more forcefully.

“F- you!” Jeanetta Riley says.

Officers can be heard telling her to drop the knife.

“Bring it on!” she says.

Officers again order her to drop the knife.

“No!” she says.

Additional orders to drop the knife are heard as gunfire erupts.

it's weird citizens dont normally walk around shooting cops who are carrying weapons...
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Old 11-12-2014, 12:48 PM   #3264
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eh. the dude charged him holding weapons. Play stupid games and all.
dude was suicidal and why the cops were called.

but when the officer fired, the dude was behind a car with his hands on the hood. he wasn't charging him at all. if anything, the officer, who arrived on the scene relaxed with his gun at side, was the one who was approaching HIM.
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Old 11-12-2014, 12:52 PM   #3265
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apparently punching someone is illegal:


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"Two New York police officers have been charged with assaulting a teenaged boy during his arrest in Brooklyn, prosecutors said on Wednesday, an unusual case in a city where prosecutions of police for excessive are rare.

After a brief chase on a Brooklyn sidewalk in August, Officers David Afanador, 33, and Tyrane Isaac, 36, can be seen in surveillance video footage hitting Kahreem Tribble, 16, even after he put up his hands in apparent surrender, Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson said in a statement.” *
who would have known...
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dude was suicidal and why the cops were called.

but when the officer fired, the dude was behind a car with his hands on the hood. he wasn't charging him at all. if anything, the officer, who arrived on the scene relaxed with his gun at side, was the one who was approaching HIM.
see, knowing that, then yes the cop should have used better judgment and had pepper spray and a tazer handy. I woudlnt call the cop 100% wrong here, but if he knew it was a suicide call he didnt de-escilate the situation....which is pretty much the job of the peace officer.
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Old 11-13-2014, 08:13 PM   #3267
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Not related to suicide-by-cop thread:



The idealist says "The police are here to protect and serve."

The cynic says "The police are all corrupt bullies out to harm you for pleasure."

The pragmatist acknowledges that the world is imperfect, and that his own actions when interacting with law enforcement shape the outcome of said encounters:

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Old 11-13-2014, 08:55 PM   #3268
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8. Don't try to be a good citizen and call the cops, because they just might shoot you by mistake.
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Old 11-14-2014, 02:08 PM   #3269
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I say: the police will arrest you for no reason even though they know you are innocent.

Baltimore officer charged with misconduct, perjury - Baltimore Sun

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Prosecutors say in January 2013, officers in a covert location directed an arrest team to detain a man observed making a hand-to-hand drug deal. Officer Steven J. Slack allegedly placed the wrong person under arrest and was informed by the observing officers that he had the wrong person, but wrote up arrest documents for the man anyway, prosecutors said in a statement.

No explanation was provided for why prosecutors believe Slack knowingly pressed forward with arresting the wrong man, and no details were provided about where the arrest occurred or the outcome of the man's case.

Slack, who joined the police department in 2006, faces charges of misconduct and perjury, and was charged through a criminal information, allowing him to avoid arrest. Attempts to reach Slack for comment were not successful.
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Old 11-14-2014, 02:10 PM   #3270
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I say: police will sue laywers when the law gets in there way

Manassas City detective in teen ?sexting? case sues teen?s lawyer for defamation - The Washington Post

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The lead detective in a high-profile teen “sexting” case from last summer, in which Prince William County authorities sought to take sexually explicit photos of a 17-year-old teen to compare with the evidence, has filed a defamation lawsuit against the teen’s attorney for making critical comments about the investigation in The Washington Post.

Media and police experts said they had not heard of a case where a detective sued a defense attorney for defamation, and that he may have a difficult time overcoming the attorney’s First Amendment right to freedom of speech.
This officer wanted to take pictures of an underaged boy's *****, a lawyer stopped him when it was suggest that's against the law.
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Old 11-14-2014, 02:12 PM   #3271
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I say: police will charge you for resisting arrest, even if you're just sleeping and doing absolutely nothing illegal.

Tulsa Police Use Pepper ***** To End Standoff In Mall Parking Lo - NewsOn6.com - Tulsa, OK - News, Weather, Video and Sports - KOTV.com |

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TULSA, Oklahoma - Tulsa Police said a man surrendered to officers after they used pepper ***** to end an hour and a half standoff in the parking lot of Woodland Hills Mall early Friday.Officers said a security guard noticed a man with a handgun on his lap sitting in a Dodge Charger parked on the west side of the mall next to Dillards at about 1:30 a.m. The security guard called for police.

Officers surrounded the car and knocked on the car's windows but got no response. Police said they secured the area and after about a hour, officers fired pepper ***** at the car. Again, the man, identified as Stephen Scyffore, 23, of Tulsa did not respond to commands to exit the car.

After waiting 15 more minutes, officers fired pepper ***** into the Dodge Charger. Police said that is when Scyffore, claiming he had been asleep, got out of the car and was arrested.

"When we got him out of the car, he didn't appear to be on any drugs or anything. Claims he was sleeping the whole time. Never heard the announcements," said Tulsa Police Cpl. Mike Hanley.
"This particular situation we used pepper ***** which was very effective, non-lethal. Never got hit with a ball, just got the effects of the pepper itself, which again, that worked."

Police said Stephen Scyffore claimed he had fallen asleep waiting for his girlfriend to get off work at the mall.
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I say: police will slash your dog's throat if they believe it may have rabies. Because police are precog like Joe.

Cop Restrains Friendly Dog and Slashes Its Throat, ?I?m Going to Gut This ******* Thing? | Filming Cops

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It began when Nala, a small 7-yr-old shar-pei became missing on Saturday from her home.

It turns out that Nala had gotten out of the house accidentally, and a neighbor captured her.

The neighbor who was keeping Nala took care of her but remarked that Nala was frightened and didn’t know wheres she was.

The neighbor said that Nala just wanted to go home, and that it became difficult to feed her because she was so scared.

Because Nala was scared, she began snapping at the neighbor, and that’s when the neighbor called animal control.

“It’s not Nala’s fault,” said the neighbor. She was simply scared because she was in an unfamiliar place and she snapped from the fear.

he neighbor suffered no serious injuries and believed that Nala would be safe once she was held by animal control.

Shortly after the call to animal control, police officers showed up to the home and used a restraining pole to squeeze Nala’s neck.

It’s when they got Nala alone and completely restrained that the unthinkable happened.

Officer Jeffrey Bolger was looking at Nala, and at one point was heard saying, “I’m going to gut this ******* thing,” according to reports.

Moments later, Officer Bolger pulled out a knife.

He then approached Nala, who was being held down by another officer, Thomas Schmidt, and pressed the knife up to the dog’s throat.
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Old 11-14-2014, 02:19 PM   #3273
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I say: Police will rob and kidnap you and leave you for dead because you're a dumbass.

?He?s blind, dumb*ss?: Cops ditch disabled man in vacant lot to protest videotaping of pot bust

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Officers arrested all three of them as a fourth man recorded the incident on his cell phone.

They released two of the men after they signed tickets promising to appear in court, but the third man – Tannie “T-Man” Burke – was handcuffed and led to the back of an unmarked car, where he had trouble finding the door.

“He’s blind, dumb****,” says the man videotaping the arrest. “If you don’t tell him he’s walking to the car, how the hell is he going to know?”

The 21-year-old Burke has been legally blind since birth, the station reported, with no vision at all in his right eye and just a general sense of shapes and lights in his left eye.

He said he’s comfortable getting around his block in the daytime but does not venture far at night.

Burke said officers drove him around the neighborhood for about 20 minutes before dropping him off after dark in a vacant lot in South Dade – about a mile from his home.

Burke told the station that police complained throughout the drive about his stepfather.

“They said, ‘Your stepfather got a lot of mouth — you know we don’t like that,’” he said.

He said he told officers he was blind, but they didn’t seem to care and dropped him off in an area without streetlights or houses after making him sign an arrest form he couldn’t read.

Police had taken his cell phone, so Burke said he started walking home with one foot in the road and the other on the weed-choked curb strip to keep him from straying into traffic.

Eventually, he found a street that was lit and a stranger agreed to help him get home.

“Forty-five minutes to an hour later he comes walking through the door all sweaty up,” said his stepfather, Marvin Armstrong. “I was like, ‘How’d you get out?’”


Burke and his family filed a complaint with the police department, which handed the case over to its internal affairs unit.

Burke told the station he’s never been convicted of a crime, but he has been arrested twice and detained at least a dozen other times.
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Old 11-14-2014, 02:22 PM   #3274
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I say: Cops will violate the constitution in order to look great in body armor

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A former Boston police lieutenant-turned-academic slammed the law enforcement response in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings on Capitol Hill yesterday, saying civil liberties were ignored in the tense search for the suspects that brought the city to a halt.

Tom Nolan, now a criminology professor at Merrimack College, spoke during a panel on the militarization of police hosted by the American Constitution Society that I moderated.

“What we saw in that aftermath was the unilateral suspension of the United States Constitution, and particularly the Fourth Amendment,” Nolan said.

He said the house-to-house searches and use of military equipment in the April 2013 manhunt for Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, unprecedented in recent U.S. history, “was violative of the Constitution and we failed to object.”

He noted that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was ultimately apprehended not through door-to-door searches but when a resident spotted him in a boat and called 911.

“When you fail to object to what is going on now, we forfeit our right to do so in the future,” Nolan said. “Ferguson brought that into the glare of the public spotlight.”

Former Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis called Nolan’s assertion “outrageous.”

“The comparison (to Ferguson) is actually insulting,” said Davis. “There have been no complaints filed, so the claim that there was some sort of constitutional violation is unsupported. It just isn’t logical.”

Davis noted police were seeking men suspected not only of killing three marathon spectators, but also executing an MIT police officer and engaging in a gunfight, with explosives, that critically injured an MBTA cop.

“They were throwing bombs at us,” Davis said. “The amount of force used by police had to be commensurate with the resistance that they are facing.”
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Old 11-14-2014, 02:23 PM   #3275
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I say: cops still hate cameras.

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I say: police will shoot you, even when youre handcuffed. cause why not.

Maryland officer gets 5 years in shooting of handcuffed suspect who's now paralyzed | Fox News

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A former Maryland police officer convicted in a shooting that paralyzed a handcuffed suspect from the waist down was sentenced Thursday to five years in prison, far less time than prosecutors had requested.

Former District Heights police Sgt. Johnnie Riley, 44, was sentenced in Prince George's County Circuit Court. He could have faced up to 45 years in prison, and prosecutors asked for a 20-year sentence.

Prosecutors say Riley shot a handcuffed man in the back in September 2012 after the man got out of a police cruiser and ran away. The injured man, Kalvin Kyle, was paralyzed from the waist down. Riley had pulled Kyle over on suspicion of driving a stolen motorcycle.
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I say: police can't drive and suck at planning events

Three Columbus Police Cruisers Involved In Pileup | WBNS-10TV Columbus, Ohio

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hree Columbus Police officers were involved in a crash in west Columbus Friday morning.

This happened around 7:30 a.m. on Hague Avenue at I-70 West, near the Columbus Police Training Academy.

Police said three cruisers full of police academy recruits were heading from the training academy to Cooper Stadium for riot training.

The cars were traveling in a convoy when the first car stopped short on Hague Avenue just outside the academy. Officers said the second and third cop cars slammed into each other. According to CPD, the third driver was ruled at fault.

No one was injured.

Hague Avenue was closed for more than an hour due to the crash, but it is now back open.

The recruits were headed to Cooper Stadium for riot training. That also did not go as planned. An instructor released tear gas which drifted over an elementary school.
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Old 11-14-2014, 02:26 PM   #3278
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Cops say: I am the law
I say: I am free
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Does anyone think people are trying to take advantage, having cameras to try and persuade the cops ability to do his or her job?
Lol, what?

If the cop gets nervous when a camera is involved, isn't that more of a show of the cops character?

I used to shoplift when I was a teenager, I was on pins and needles thinking everyone in the store was a loss prevention officer. Now, not so much. I couldn't tell you where the cameras are in walmart any more, because I have no need.

If the cops are doing what they should, they have nothing to fear from a camera. The only reason they could possibly NOT want the camera is to hide things they know are wrong, immoral, or even illegal.

I guess I've got a question for you, how can an extra witness ever deter a cop from doing his job properly? Especially if that witness is an unbiased camera...
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Why say no if you have nothing to hide.
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