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Old 01-12-2015, 02:11 PM   #3461
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Let the state's AG handle it? no, then our officers will go to jail.

Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson says he didn't trust the Ohio Attorney General's Office to handle Tamir Rice investigation | cleveland.com

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Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson said on Sunday that he asked the Cuyahoga County Sheriff's Office to assume control of the investigation into the fatal police shooting of 12-year-old Tamir Rice because he didn't trust the state to do it.

Jackson said he based his decision on the state Bureau of Criminal Investigation's review of a November 2012 case in which Cleveland police shot to death two unarmed suspects after chasing the couple into East Cleveland

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Attorney General Mike DeWine publicly announced shortly after the shooting that the case revealed a "systemic failure" in Cleveland's police department. The shooting subsequently resulted in criminal charges against police and a seven-figure settlement to the families of the two people who were killed...
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you have no rights to remain silent unless you're arrested. dont be ignorant and dumb.

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Old 01-12-2015, 02:12 PM   #3463
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Watch how police fish (ie. turn a moving violating into multiple license violations that don't actually exisit):


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No. All charges dropped. Officers disciplined...
I think I said it before, but it bears repeating. This is sad to me. Not the way the citizen/ police relationship should be. I can't remember the last time I was relieved to see a cop. Usually, they just spark paranoia..
We're told we should trust them. That is not something I believe anymore. They wanted tickets. Revenue. Prosecution. At ANY cost to me.
They are taught to trust NONE of us.
As said. Sad. ?
i love how teh cop wants to get him on a discharge charge, and the dude keeps saying i have not discharged any firearms. the cop simply cannont accept that. so lolz.
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Old 01-12-2015, 02:12 PM   #3464
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being a property owner is a privledge, not a right:

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police arrests someone for asking him why the officer pushed him:

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Old 01-12-2015, 02:12 PM   #3466
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This guy doesnt want to go fishing with police:

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DA to bypass Grand Jury:

Charges to be filed Monday against APD officers in Boyd shooting | KRQE News 13

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District Attorney Kari Brandenburg plans to file murder charges on Monday against the two Albuquerque police officers who shot James Boyd in the Sandia Foothills last March, according to multiple sources with firsthand knowledge of her decision.

It will mark the first time an APD officer has faced criminal charges for shooting someone in the line of duty in New Mexico’s largest city. APD has one of the highest rates of police shootings in the country, and Boyd’s death was the result of the most controversial in a series of 27 fatal shootings here since 2010.

Boyd, 36, had been camping in a restricted area of open space at Albuquerque’s eastern edge. During a four-hour standoff with police who had responded to a call about Boyd from an area resident, he brandished two small knives multiple times.

One officer’s helmet-mounted camera captured the final moments of the encounter, when Boyd appeared to be complying with commands to leave the area. As he bent down to gather his belongings, an officer threw a flash-bang grenade at his feet. Another officer sicced a police dog on Boyd, who pulled the knives out of his pockets again. As he was turning away from the officers, two of them fired three rounds apiece from assault-style rifles, striking Boyd in the back.
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Old 01-12-2015, 02:16 PM   #3469
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NYPD's Work Stoppage Backfire: Arrest Rates Plummet At No Cost to Public Safety | Alternet

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As Matt Taibbi pointed out in Rolling Stone, the “slowdown strike” has unwittingly placed the police in an awkward position: with arrest rates plummeting and no significant harm done to public safety, the department may soon find itself having disproven the value of Broken Windows policing polices that #BlackLivesMatter protesters have been calling for an end to all along. Eric Garner, killed by police officer Danny Pantaleo this summer, was accosted and eventually choked to death for selling a 25 cent loose cigarette, the type of minor offense at the heart of Broken Windows. As comedian Chris Rock quipped on Twitter, “Maybe the NYPD can use their newfound love of back-turning the next time they see a dark skinned man walking the street doing nothing wrong.”
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Maryland?s highest court to consider cap on civil judgments against the government - The Washington Post

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Although a Prince George’s County jury awarded her an $11.5 million judgment after deciding a police officer wrongfully shot her husband in 2008, she hasn’t received a dime.

“I want justice, but what can I do?” Espina asked.

Judges presiding over Maryland’s highest court will consider that question Monday. Specifically, the court will examine whether Prince George’s properly applied a state law allowing the county to pay only about $400,000 of the $11.5 million jury award Espina won in 2011 after suing the officer and the government. No payouts have been made while the case is under appeal.
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Old 01-12-2015, 02:18 PM   #3471
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your life is only worth $60.

Albuquerque cop mistakenly guns down undercover narcotics officer during bungled $60 meth bust

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An undercover narcotics officer nearly died on Friday after he was shot by an Albuquerque police officer during a drug bust over $60 of methamphetamine.

According to the Albuquerque Journal, Police Chief Gorden Eden announced on Saturday that the undercover officer was in critical condition. However, Eden did not name any of the officers who were involved in the shooting.

A criminal complaint identified detectives Holly Garcia and Jacob Grant as two undercover officers who were assigned to the case.
going out on a limb here and going to say that an undercover officier probably wasn't going to harm the other...
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Old 01-12-2015, 02:23 PM   #3472
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you have no rights to property:

News photographer arrested for refusing to turn over camera during crash investigation

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Andrew Flinchbaugh was charged with obstructing administration of law and taken into police custody Thursday in the videotaped incident, reported the Asbury Park Press.

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The 23-year-old Flinchbaugh was covering the crash for The Lacey Reporter news website when a detective from the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office ordered him to turn over his camera because the video or photos he had gathered could be potential evidence.

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The lieutenant explained that Flinchbaugh may have recorded evidence from the crash before police arrived, and the photographer said he would share copies of all the potential evidence he gathered – but he would not surrender the camera.

The photographer said he expected the police lieutenant to return his ID and allow him to leave at that point, so he put away his phone and stopped recording video.

He began recording again when Margentino approached and told him all the officers agreed the camera would be collected as evidence and returned in a few hours.

“Well then, you’re going to have a lawsuit on your hands,” Flinchbaugh says. “You’re not seizing my camera, it’s just that simple.”
Police don't know how to read, let alone interpret very simple laws and concepts.

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Old 01-12-2015, 02:25 PM   #3473
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alternative heading: cops hate axes.
So do appellate courts.

See People v. Foranyic, 64 Cal.App.4th 186: http://kevinunderhill.typepad.com/Do...v_Foranyic.pdf
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Old 01-12-2015, 02:36 PM   #3474
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pulled over for failure to signal.

k9 just happened to alert.

search finds nothing.

cop admits he actually did signal


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Old 01-12-2015, 02:41 PM   #3475
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recurring theme: STAY THE **** OUT OF ABQ.



dunno how this dude survived.
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Old 01-12-2015, 02:45 PM   #3476
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cops hate miatas.



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Police officers by nature and by rigorous training must make snap decisions in the heat of a tense moment. Unfortunately, police officers are also human and error is not immune to their judgement. A car careening towards you is reason enough for a human being to initiate the fight or flight response. This CHP officer saw his life immediately in danger and was ready to take action. Thankfully his quick thinking and sound mind evaluated the King as not a threat and didn't unload his firearm to effectively stop the Mazda Miata from hitting him.

According to King the car in front of him had signaled him to pass. But in order to do so, King would have to drive over a solid double yellow line, which is specified as a no passing lane. unfortunately for King, a CHP officer saw the whole thing and pulled him over ( just in time as the video shows.)

Drivers in such tight situations should be cautious of other drivers in the area and obey the law at all times. That means slowing down to allow those driving slowly in front of you safe distance. If the other drivers pulls to the side or hops off at a passing lane, drivers can then overtake. Until then, drivers on winding roads should be advised to be good ambassadors and obey the law.
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Old 01-12-2015, 02:52 PM   #3477
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A police officer was called to investigate the possibility that some dogs were not being fed. When he arrived at the house to investigate, the homeowners were not there. He continued to investigate, and found that the dogs did have food and water. He stated that he heard barking and one of the dogs "came at him" so he headed back to his car. (I'd like to note that at around 1:15 in this video, the officer that arrived at the scene with the sheriff begins telling the homeowners the story that the officer who shot the dog told him: "He got a complaint saying they wasn't being fed. He pulled up. He saw the dogs was being fed. And then he heard barking, so he got back in his car." At this point, the sheriff interrupts him and says "No, there was a dog come at him, and he runs back to his car.") He got back into his police cruiser for a few moments, then got out again and shot and killed the dog. No one witnessed this event except the officer that shot the dog.
The homeowners arrived a few minutes after this happened.
The sheriff arrived on the scene later. He assured the homeowners that the police department was going to investigate and "do what's right." One of the homeowners asked if she could have the name and badge number of the officer that shot her dog, as well as the police department that he works for. The sheriff refused, saying he's "not there to argue."
He then went on to threaten to press charges against the homeowners for having a vicious animal if they continued to argue with him (by "argue" I'm assuming he means "ask for more information about the police officer that killed their pet.")
Here are some painfully frustrating quotes from the sheriff:
"I'm not gonna argue about this. The more we argue about this the madder you get, the madder you get, the madder I'm gonna get, and we're not gonna tolerate all this tonight. I'm tired. I hate that the dog got hit, I hate it. I really do. I mean, I don't wanna be out here."
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"I'll tell you what we're gonna do. We're gonna write you a citation for having this menacing dog out here. I'm tired of arguing with you. Just leave it alone, alright? If you keep on [arguing], we're gonna charge somebody. I'm not gonna put up with this. I'm not!"
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"It's up to her. If she wants to continue arguing here, we'll charge her."
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"I don't wanna be here arguing with you guys."
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I know it might seem bad to say, but I can understand using your weapon in self-defense in a case where it is absolutely necessary to ensure your survival, and there are no other options available to you. I believe this to be true for law enforcement officers and civilians alike.
But this officer got back into his car after he had determined that the animals were not being neglected. He then sat inside the safety of his vehicle. The entire situation could have been avoided had he driven away at this point, which he should have done, because his business there was finished - he was sent to investigate allegations of animal neglect, and he ascertained that no animals were being neglected. Instead of leaving, though, he got back out of his car and killed the dog.
Even if this had been a clear cut case of "the dog was actively mauling me and I had no choice other than to defend myself with deadly force" (which it wasn't), the way the sheriff treated the couple who just came home to find their dog shot to death and bleeding all over their front lawn was appalling.
Complaining that "you're tired" and threatening to press charges with no proof of any wrong-doing just because you "don't feel like arguing". . disgusting.
This happened in a rural southern county that is rife with political corruption.
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Ex-NYPD officers gets 23 1/2 years in prison for ticket fixing, plotting to kill witness

THE BRONX (PIX11) – The one-time Bronx officer who made headlines in a massive 2011 ticket-fixing scandal pleaded guilty Tuesday to the final criminal charges against him, which included conspiracy to kill a witness.

Jose Ramos, wearing an orange jailhouse jumpsuit, agreed to a plea deal that could bring him 15 1/2 to 23 1/2 years in prison.

Aside from his work in the 40th Precinct, Ramos owned two barbershops and his businesses in 2011 were being wiretapped by narcotics investigators who thought they were fronts for drug dealing. In the course the wiretaps, detectives learned there was a pattern of ticket fixing going on by dozens of other police officers.

That’s when Internal Affairs became involved.

Fifteen other NYPD officers were arrested in October 2011 in the ticket-fixing case, including a female lieutenant working in Internal Affairs who was charged with alerting other officers to the investigation.


Ramos, who is not white, was vilified for associating with drug dealers, selling counterfeit CDs and DVDs and for attempted robbery counts.

But the large police union, the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association, summoned more than 1,000 off-duty officers to flood the hallways of Bronx Criminal Court in 2011. They alleged Ramos’ 15 colleagues were being unfairly targeted for assisting family and friends with tickets. The supporters chanted at the time, “It’s a courtesy, not a crime.”

A police sergeant ensnared in the case was among the first to lose his job and at least 150 other officers lost up to 30 vacation days after disciplinary action was taken within the department.

During the course of the investigation, 139,000 phone calls had been recorded. The department also tracked down nearly half a million text messages and emails.

Ramos’ wife was among those arrested in the initial investigation. Ramos was convicted three months ago on four other counts.

His guilty plea on the six remaining charges Tuesday essentially finishes his case.

Ramos was prosecuted by Assistant District Attorneys Omer Wiczyk and Meagan Powers, of the Bronx DA Rackets Bureau.

Ex-NYPD officers get serious jail time for ticket fixing, plotting to kill witness | New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV
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