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Old 01-29-2015, 05:23 PM   #3581
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In the past, Scott has cast aspersions upon NYC, predicated mainly on the fact that our police aren't going out of their way to arrest people for petty crimes and deprive them of their civil liberties.

The Economist's 2015 list of the World's Safest Cities was just published:

http://safecities.economist.com/wp-c...te_paper-1.pdf

NYC ranks #10 globally for overall safety, the only US city to make the top 10.

It's #3 in the world for digital security (#1 in US) and #2 in the world for health security (again, #1 in the US.)



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Joseph Weekley, Cop Who Fatally Shot Sleeping 7-Year-Old, Will No Longer Face Charges
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to become police commander, one must act like a criminal.

Man identified as having ?sociopath behavior? became police commander | FOX2now.com

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A man identified as having ‘’sociopath behavior’’ rose to the ranks of police commander. Our Fox Files investigation uncovered the information while looking into complaints to authorities that the police officer drugged and raped women.

While Steve Blakeney was trying to graduate a police academy, St. Charles County police investigated the allegations in 2006, but Blakeney was never charged.

Here’s a timeline put together from details laid out in the 2006 St. Charles County sexual misconduct and statutory sodomy investigation.

The reports say Blakeney attended the St. Louis Police Academy and was ‘dismissed’ October 2, 2002 for “sexual harassment.”

In 2003, he enrolled in Eastern Missouri Police Academy in St. Peters. There detectives found Blakeney was ‘’on probation for numerous infractions,”’ including ‘’gawking at females when told to stop’’ and ‘’…lies he told the director…’’

Then an Eastern Missouri Police Academy trainer told detectives, ‘’Blakeney should never be allowed to become a police officer because of his sociopathic behavior.’’

The academy told police it dismissed Blakeney before he could graduate.
After police seize license plates, citizens see them on officer?s car | FOX2now.com

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A police officer, who in the past has been accused of drugging and raping women, appears to have used license plates seized by his old police department. Steve Blakeney no longer polices for Pine Lawn, where he was commander. The city fired him in December, but he remains licensed.

During our ongoing investigation of Steve Blakeney, we found a Crown Vic parked in the driveway of his South County home. We traced his license plate to this North County Woman.

Danielle Pettis looked at a picture we showed her and said, ‘And that would be them, right there. They don`t expire till the end of this year.’

Pettis says the plates were on her utility vehicle, until Pine Lawn police seized them.

She said, ‘I wonder if they even made it to the evidence room.’

She read from her registration paperwork saying, ‘My plate is WJ6 J1E.’

Police took them because the DMV reported they weren`t paid for. Pettis said her check bounced after someone hacked her bank account. She quickly cleared it up and the DMV gave her new plates. She added, ‘So I just assumed that Pine Lawn would send my plates back to the DMV to destroy. Well as we found out, they did not do that.’

A man in North City tells me that another plate, exposed in our recent Fox Files investigation- is his old plate.
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Old 01-30-2015, 09:51 AM   #3584
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?..Accelerate Forward.? ? Sheriff Instructs Drivers to Begin Running Over Americans Who Protest Police Violence if Necessary | Filming Cops

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After he said that, a woman replied with a question about what to do if a driver cannot back up due to traffic in the rear.

Sheriff Bradshaw basically answered that the driver should step on the gas pedal and run over protesters if necessary.

“Your safety is far more valuable than those violent thugs illegally blocking the roadways. If you see the protesters, and you can’t back up, stopping will make you an easy target for violence, robbery or murder. If you are driving on a Florida roadway, it is up to them to move, so sit as low as possible in your car and accelerate forward. If you run over protesters, remember that your safety comes first and they shouldn’t have been there in the first place. Whatever you do, I can’t emphasize enough how important enough it is not to stop and if they are injured, they brought it upon themselves.” (Emphasis ours.)
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more evidence that puts into question the computing power on the average cop's brain.

Man Fights To Clear Name After Round Rock Police Mistake - keyetv.com Austin News, Weather, Traffic KEYE-TV Austin - Top Stories

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Officers arrested the husband and father of five on the 2011 charge, twice. It's a move that would eventually cost a $110,000 settlement.

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In the interrogation video the officer said, "So they got the wrong license plate number? They got the wrong car? They got the wrong guy? I got the wrong picture and you're not the guy on video? Really?"

As it turns out, Tidwell's attorney says there was no video showing him committing the crime. Also, another witness identified a separate person in a different photo lineup, and the license plate number did not lead back to Tidwell's vehicle.

In an internal affairs investigation interview, the detective admitted he had made a mistake. When asked if he intentionally put false information in the arrest affidavit he responded, "No sir, I didn't. It was an accident. I made a mistake. I did. I just made, I made a big mistake."

According to documents provided by the Round Rock Police Department, the detective was found in "neglect of duty." According to the department documents, his discipline was an eight hour suspension without pay.

Tidwell says his punishment dragged on for years.

"For nearly two years, I woke up every day knowing that I was out on bail, pretty much having that over my head," said Tidwell.

KEYE TV News tried to speak with the Round Rock Police Department, the detective involved and the head of the police association.

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"We acknowledge an error was made in the report during the investigation of Mr. Tidwell.

The detective involved was disciplined, and departmental policy was changed to help ensure this does not occur in the future."

But Tidwell wasn't arrested once, he was arrested a second time for the same crime. The second arrest came just months after he filed a formal complaint with the police department.

The city stated, "Re-opening, or continuing an investigation after a prosecutor has declined to prosecute a case pending further investigation is not an uncommon practice in law enforcement.

The fact that this happened in Mr. Tidwell's case two months after he filed a complaint against the department is coincidental." Tidwell's attorney has another take.

"Instead of just admitting fault and moving on they doubled down on their mistakes and ran Robert through all of this again," said Scott Medlock.

"That's what's really shocking here."

Tidwell eventually filed a federal lawsuit.

He accepted a settlement, which was paid by the city's insurance and not with city funds, according to city officials.

"A settlement like this sends a message, and that message is that they need to do tip-top work because we're talking about very serious situations," said Medlock.

The city stated that department policies were changed.

When asked, a city official stated in an email that, "The Department did a complete audit of the photo array and a review of the process of obtaining warrants. Additionally, when each detective creates a complaint/affidavit for warrant, the entire case should be printed and provided for review by the sergeant. The sergeant, upon approval, marks the printed copies of both the report and the charging affidavit and the signed copies are placed in the case file in records as a record."

According to the settlement agreement, the City of Round Rock and others named in the original lawsuit deny all the allegations in the suit. It also says they believe they would have prevailed at trial and this settlement is in no way an admission liability. It also prevents any other claims or potential claims.
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“Your safety is far more valuable than those violent thugs illegally blocking the roadways. If you see the protesters, and you can’t back up, stopping will make you an easy target for violence, robbery or murder. If you are driving on a Florida roadway, it is up to them to move, so sit as low as possible in your car and accelerate forward. If you run over protesters, remember that your safety comes first and they shouldn’t have been there in the first place. Whatever you do, I can’t emphasize enough how important enough it is not to stop and if they are injured, they brought it upon themselves.”
I'm going to be perfectly honest here and say that this doesn't sound unreasonable.

If you (a criminal) have deliberately placed yourself in front of or behind traffic on a public road, you have to be aware that being run over by a car is one of the risks which you are voluntarily incurring.

The same applies to jumping into the tiger pit at the zoo, diving into known shark-infested waters, standing directly in front of a tank, etc.

There comes a point at which a person has to be responsible for their own safety and well-being.
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Old 01-30-2015, 10:00 AM   #3587
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In the past, Scott has cast aspersions upon NYC, predicated mainly on the fact that our police aren't going out of their way to arrest people for petty crimes and deprive them of their civil liberties.

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He said that the new 350 cop unit, called The Strategic Response Group, will be dedicated to "disorder control and counterterrorism protection capabilities" against attacks like the hostage situation in Sydney, which the NYPD's Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence John Miller said was an inevitability in NYC.

This new squad will be used to investigate and combat terrorist plots, lone wolf terrorists, and... protests. "It is designed for dealing with events like our recent protests, or incidents like Mumbai or what just happened in Paris," Bratton said, according to CBS.

"They’ll be equipped and trained in ways that our normal patrol officers are not," Bratton explained. "They’ll be equipped with all the extra heavy protective gear, with the long rifles and machine guns — unfortunately sometimes necessary in these instances." Capital NY adds that these officers will also be used "to assist on crime scenes, and help with crowd control and other large-scale events."

The pilot program will start in two precincts in Manhattan and two in Queens, though it's unclear when they want to launch it. Bratton said Mayor de Blasio was on board, and he expected the City Council to be as well. He also said he thinks this will help improve relationships between cops and local residents. "Cops will know their sectors and the citizens will know them," Bratton said. "They’ll know the problem areas and the problem people. I truly believe when cops embrace their neighborhoods, their neighborhoods will embrace them back."
I'd suggest you don't participate in any protests in NYC.
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Old 01-30-2015, 10:02 AM   #3588
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I'd suggest you don't participate in any protests in NYC.
Why the hell would I do that? There's nothing that requires protesting.
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NYPD: keeping the streets clean of cigarette butts through intimidation and mob violence.



i think they finally realized they need to justify their existence again and get paid.
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you wanna fight? ill show you a fight

Norfolk State University Student London Colvin Brutally Attacked by Police Dog - The Root

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A Norfolk State University student suffered several injuries when, she claims, a police dog attacked her while she was being arrested for not giving information about a fight she was not involved in.

According to Potomac Local, 21-year-old London Colvin, who is also a private in the Army Reserves, was at an off-campus party when a fight broke out around 2:15 a.m. Sunday. Colvin reportedly refused to give officers information about what took place.

"She was at a party off campus. She said that a fight broke out, and she had nothing to do with the fight. She did say she was at the party, and her and her friends were leaving," Whitney Dunn, the victim’s cousin, told the newspaper. "She was definitely being loud—she did admit to that."

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"Her and her friends continued to walk, and she said that she definitely continued to be loud, however, they were walking away. The two other police officers approached her—asked her to stop. Whatever the case may be, they had her down on the ground when the dog came. Two of the police officers restrained her on the ground, and then they allowed the dogs to attack her," Dunn told Potomac Local.

Norfolk Police spokesman Daniel Hudson told the newspaper that they were responding to a call involving a large group of people fighting in the street.


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Another officer attempted to restrain her, but again, there were multiple people around, so the canine officer deployed the dog to restrain the woman so nobody would get hurt," stated Hudson.


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Old 01-30-2015, 10:20 AM   #3591
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arrest first, figure out legality later.


whoops wasn't arrestable...


notice the illegal u-turn at 4:11.
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See, I told you dogs are vicious and wish to harm you.

But noooooo, you deleted my thread.
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stopped for no reason.

k9 unit on car for no reason.

false positive for no reason.

watch how cops fish.



this guy fell for every trick in the book.
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Old 01-30-2015, 02:19 PM   #3594
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dont stand where im behind you, jesus.



this video is just for fun, joep.
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cops hate snowball fights:


notice he drew his gun because he feared for his safety.


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“There was no snowball fight,” New Rochelle Deputy Police Commissioner Anthony Murphy told the Daily News, calling the video a piece of “clever mischief.”

He said police were responding to a 911 call around 4 p.m. Friday that a teenager standing in a group of six near the Heritage Houses had pulled a gun from his waistband and pointed it at another person.

“We dispatched several cars to the area. Police officers got out of their cars and one of the individuals bent down, adjusted something in his waistband and ran,” Murphy said.

As one officer took off after the suspect, another remained with the five teens who did not run, Murphy said.

“Don’t f-----g move, guys,” the cop shouts in one of two clips that were sent to the Talk of the Sound.

Two teens can be seen in the video kneeling with their hands in the air. The officer frisks both of them before ordering them to stand up.

“The group was compliant,” Murphy said. “(At the same time) the other cop is in foot pursuit of the suspect that had the gun. The suspect runs into an apartment house and into an unknown apartment.”

Police did not catch the suspect.
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german best buy employees can handle samurai sword wielding lunatics better than any U.S. police officer.

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NY taxpayers still paying for NYPD crimes from 29 years ago:

NYC to pay $5 million to kin of man killed in 'Mafia cops' case; he was mistaken for mobster | Fox News

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NEW YORK – Nicholas Guido was showing off his new car outside his mother's home on Christmas Day 1986 when he was gunned down because he'd been mistaken for a mobster with the same name. The bad information, prosecutors said, came from two decorated police detectives who would later be convicted of moonlighting as hit men for the mob.

Twenty-nine years later, the city has reached a $5 million settlement with Guido's family in part of the fallout from one of the most stunning police corruption cases in New York history.
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cops hate 11yo girls home alone, they need to break in and terrorize in order to prevent someone from breaking in and terrorize.

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accused of using excessive force on an 11-year-old girl while responding to a burglary call at her home over the weekend.

The girl's family told Channel 9 the officers went in through the garage door and let themselves inside the house, reportedly with guns drawn, responding to a burglary alarm.
The young girl was on her bed watching television when she said she was forced to the ground at gunpoint.

"One of the officers was pushing me down and when he was pushing me down, (he) put his knee on me and the other officer had his gun pointed at me," she told Channel 9.
The officers' response was prompted by the family's burglary alarm, which had accidentally been tripped.

Jean Guirand wants to know how anyone could think his little girl was a threat.
"Someone should get fired for doing something like," he said.

After relaying his concerns to the chief and after Channel 9 began asking questions, Groveland police launched an internal affairs probe into possible use of excessive force.
Channel 9 found Officers James Festa and John Rigdon have been with the department for three years, and both have been disciplined several times, according to their personnel files.

Festa was reprimanded in December for botching a child abuse investigation. He was also been suspended in 2013 for sleeping on the job.

Rigdon was suspended in May and demoted in 2013 from corporal. He was also reprimanded in 2011. Each punishment was the result of allegedly filing false police reports.
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NY taxpayers are still paying for the crimes of NYPD from 3 years ago.

New York to Pay $3.9 Million to End Suit Over Police Killing of Teenager

The family of a Bronx teenager who was fatally shot by a police officer who had barged into his apartment after suspecting him of taking part in a drug deal has agreed to settle a wrongful-death lawsuit against the city for $3.9 million.

The agreement to settle the case, reported Friday by The Daily News, comes nearly three years after the Feb. 2, 2012, shooting of the teenager, Ramarley Graham.
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cops hate cameras:

Yellow Springs police officer wrong in camera incident | Dayton, | www.daytondailynews.com

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ns in an incident Nov. 5 when she took a camera from a resident who was videotaping police activity outside her home, according to an internal village police department investigation.

Tuesday, Interim Police Chief David Hale said he conducted a week-long investigation after resident Athena Fannin reported that Sgt. Naomi Penrod twisted her wrists and removed a camera from her hands outside Fannin’s home on Allen Street.

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The investigation concluded police acted properly when they obtained license plate information. Allegations that Penrod threatened to arrest Fannin if she didn’t stop recording and that Penrod called Fannin “pathetic” and “disgusting” resulted in a finding of insufficient evidence.

Hale said Penrod committed three violations — taking the camera “in a situation clearly not called for,” being discourteous to the public and escalating a situation.

She has not been put on administrative leave because of her personnel record, Hale said, noting, “there is nothing derogatory in her file.”
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