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Old 02-12-2015, 12:05 PM   #3701
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police love easy targets. shoot the unarmed bystander, next to the unarmed kid they were trying to shoot.

Police Shoot Teenage Boy Because Someone Nearby Had A Toy Gun | The Free Thought Project

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Los Angeles, California – A police officer accidentally shot a 15-year-old child after he saw someone else pointing a toy gun. The boy that was injured was not the person holding toy gun and was just in the wrong place at the wrong time. The police then detained the group of children that were present, and blamed the entire situation on them.

Speaking to the media this week, Los Angeles Police Department spokesman Cmdr. Andrew Smith denied any responsibility on the part of the police, but instead blamed the children who were just playing with a toy gun.


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The names of the officers and the victim have yet to be released to the media.

Police have been extremely aggressive with children playing with guns in the last year. In the high profile case of 12-year-old Tamir Rice in Cleveland, Ohio, he was shot and left for dead, and his sister was put in handcuffs.

Children are being treated like criminals for playing with toys, and police are given a free pass to open fire on people. The chance that a child is going to fire a real gun at a police officer is minuscule compared to the chance that they are playing with a toy gun.
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Old 02-12-2015, 12:09 PM   #3703
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Judge awards $500,000 to immigrant shot by Border Patrol | GulfNews.com

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In a ruling issued February 5 in the civil case, Judge James A. Soto awarded Castro-Romo nearly $500,000 in damages and said Canales lacked credibility.

Gunfire hit Jesus Castro-Romo of Nogales, Sonora, in the stomach on November 16, 2010, after he was caught crossing illegally from Mexico into the Arizona desert.

Former agent Abel Canales did not face criminal charges after the shooting was deemed justified by Colorado prosecutors, who reviewed the case because federal prosecutors in Arizona had a conflict of interest.

In a ruling issued February 5 in the civil case, Judge James A. Soto awarded Castro-Romo nearly $500,000 in damages and said Canales lacked credibility.

“Canales was given every opportunity to describe in detail the encounter with Castro — with counsel present — the day after the shooting occurred,” Soto wrote. “Then, after significant time had passed and in preparation for trial, details of his testimony changed and new details were added.”

Mark Pestal, the public defender assigned to the civil case, said Canales was interviewed about the shooting one day after it happened even though it’s recommended practice to give law enforcement officers a few days to regroup.


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Canales told investigators that Castro-Romo picked up a rock but then dropped it when ordered to do so. Canales believes Castro-Romo then made a motion indicating he was going to pick up the rock again, but the agent did not actually see Castro-Romo with a rock in his hand, according to a letter from the US attorney’s office in Arizona.

there we go with picking up dropped objects again. Take it to the civil courts to makes things right, OJ.
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Old 02-12-2015, 12:10 PM   #3704
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okay joe...

a rose by any name:

You calendar is wrong. On the third day god created the Remington bolt action rifle.
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Old 02-12-2015, 12:16 PM   #3705
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just a little cocaine to get that raid going

Pa. sheriff's deputy had cocaine in system at time of suspect's fatal shooting | PennLive.com

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An Allegheny County sheriff's deputy had cocaine in his system when he fired at least one of the seven shots that struck and killed Leslie Sapp as members of a U.S. Marshals task force attempted to arrest him Jan. 6 at his home.

The deceased suspect was wanted on charges that he raped a young girl.

But now it is the sheriff's deputy, Richard Dwyer, 44, who could face manslaughter charges if investigators determine that the cocaine in his system at the time of his fatal shooting of a suspect was enough to impair his cognitive abilities, TribLive.com is reporting.

"If an officer is under the influence of drugs and it affects his cognitive skills, and somehow this person is dead because he didn't act properly because of the drugs, that could be involuntary manslaughter," District Attorney Stephen A. Zappala Jr. told the website Wednesday.

However, Zappala cautioned that it is unclear how much cocaine was in Dwyer's system or whether he was impaired when he fired his gun.
They shouldn't be arguing the point in bold, just asking for the drug users they arrest, not above the law, a similar argument.
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Old 02-12-2015, 12:18 PM   #3706
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murder by any other name?

Police Officer Charged With Murder in Small Town Shooting - ABC News

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Many in this small town on Colorado's southeastern plains wave at police driving by and sometimes stop to give officers crime tips. People under arrest are also neighbors an officer could run into later in the grocery store, so Chief Frank Gallegos encourages his eight-person force to treat suspects with respect.

So when a police officer on the job for five months stopped a 27-year-old resident skateboarding along the main drag, followed him to his home and shot him dead last fall, Rocky Ford's residents were shocked and angry.

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Officer James Ashby was charged with second-degree, non-premeditated murder after an investigation led by law enforcement from surrounding communities and the Colorado Bureau of Investigation. With no internal affairs unit, let alone any detectives, Rocky Ford police turned to the team of specialists.

Ashby is the first Colorado police officer to face charges for an on-duty shooting in more than 20 years. He was set to enter a plea on Thursday in a court in the Otero County seat of La Junta.
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cops dont need guns.

cops need pissed off mothers.


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Old 02-13-2015, 10:12 AM   #3708
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Now with damaging dashcam footage:

Alabama cop fired for paralyzing Indian granddad with body slam in dash-cam video | Daily Mail Online



hope you enjoyed that walk in the land of the free, cause it was your last:




btw the official statement was:

'The subject began putting his hands in his pockets. Officers attempted to pat the subject down and he attempted to pull away. The subject was forced to the ground, which resulted in injury.'
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Old 02-13-2015, 10:22 AM   #3709
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cops love to street fight students.



notice he threw the first punch. had any of his landed that kid wouldn't be able to walk again either.
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cops, charged with crimes, get released to their own care.

Here's What It'd Take To Convict The NYPD Cop Who Killed Akai Gurley

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Rookie NYPD officer Peter Liang, 27, was arraigned Wednesday afternoon in the November death of 28-year-old Akai Gurley. He’s facing charges of second-degree manslaughter, criminally negligent homicide, assault and official misconduct.

Liang was released Wednesday on his own recognizance and is awaiting trial. His next court appearance is May 14. If convicted of second-degree manslaughter, the top charge, Liang could face up to 15 years in prison.
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Old 02-13-2015, 10:27 AM   #3711
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taser taser taser force of use.

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cops dont need guns.

cops need pissed off mothers.


Awesome police chase video! Dallas 2/11/15 - YouTube
One of my absolute favorite things to do at work is wake up parents to tell them they need to come pick up their kids.
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This evening, as I was walking through Grand Central Terminal on my way home, a woman (obviously a tourist) approached a couple of NYPD officers who were standing off to the side of the concourse and asked if she could pose with them while her friend took a picture.

One of the officers put her in a choke hold while the other seized her friend's camera, shot her dog, planted a small amount of cocaine in her purse, and then arrested her for possession of narcotics, resisting arrest, and interfering with a police investigation.
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This evening, as I was walking through Grand Central Terminal on my way home, a woman (obviously a tourist) approached a couple of NYPD officers who were standing off to the side of the concourse and asked if she could pose with them while her friend took a picture.

One of the officers put her in a choke hold while the other seized her friend's camera, shot her dog, planted a small amount of cocaine in her purse, and then arrested her for possession of narcotics, resisting arrest, and interfering with a police investigation.

It's funny cause it's true!
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This evening, as I was walking through Grand Central Terminal on my way home, a woman (obviously a tourist) approached a couple of NYPD officers who were standing off to the side of the concourse and asked if she could pose with them while her friend took a picture.

One of the officers put her in a choke hold while the other seized her friend's camera, shot her dog, planted a small amount of cocaine in her purse, and then arrested her for possession of narcotics, resisting arrest, and interfering with a police investigation.
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During the Schwarzenegger administration, the state of California de-criminalized the possession of marijuana for recreational purposes. It was still technically illegal, but only in the same way as parking in front of a fire hydrant, and like a parking violation was punishable only by civil penalty; to wit, a small fine.

This had the practical effect of immediately ending nearly all prosecution of marijuana-related offenses by both the police and district attorneys. Major pot-related crimes (eg: a medical dispensary selling weed to minors) are still treated harshly, but an individual citizen is unlikely to face serious ramifications if found to be in possession of the drug.

Personal anecdote: I have smoked pot on a few occasions, and I don't get what the big deal is. I don't find it to be especially pleasurable: I'd far prefer to enjoy a nice glass of comparably-priced whiskey.
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Old 02-16-2015, 10:45 AM   #3719
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It's funny cause it's true!
Wait, no... That's not what happened at all.

The two officers happily posed for a picture with her and smiled, one of them let her wear his hat, and nobody was deprived of their civil liberties at all.
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cops hate cameras:

Police dashcam shows part of contested arrest ? until St. Louis officer turns camera off : News

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As video cameras begin to sweep post-Ferguson policing — and policymakers grapple with whether to bar the public from watching the images — one such recording sits at the heart of a new lawsuit.

It shows St. Louis police making an arrest that would later be called abusive, and catches an apparently surprised officer yelling, in part, “Everybody hold up. We’re red right now!” before she abruptly shuts off the camera.

As video cameras begin to sweep post-Ferguson policing — and policymakers grapple with whether to bar the public from watching the images — one such recording sits at the heart of a new lawsuit.

It shows St. Louis police making an arrest that would later be called abusive, and catches an apparently surprised officer yelling, in part, “Everybody hold up. We’re red right now!” before she abruptly shuts off the camera.
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