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Old 03-04-2015, 11:20 AM   #3881
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Sheriff: Deputy fired after using stun gun on wheelchair-bound m - FOX10 News | WALA

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Clark said deputies responded with Pickens police to arrest 25-year-old Travis Mansell on Feb. 20. According to deputies, Mansell was wanted by police on several outstanding bench warrants.

Deputies said Mansell's girlfriend denied that he was home, but when officers saw him inside, they entered the home and engaged in a conversation with him.

According to the sheriff's office, Mansell said he would not go back to jail and they would "have to kill him." Deputies said Mansell's 65-year-old father positioned himself between his son and officers. They said Parker Mansell Jr. was in a motorized wheelchair because of health complications.

After trying to get Travis Mansell to surrender for about 15 to 20 minutes, deputies said they deployed a stun gun on him and he was taken into custody. Then Deputy Steven Ticknor stunned Parker Mansell, saying he felt the need to deploy it on the father to prevent him from interfering with the arrest of his son, according to the sheriff's office.

After reviewing the incident, Clark said it was determined using the stun gun on Travis Mansell was appropriate and reasonable given the circumstances, but using it on his father was inappropriate and not within the scope of Pickens County policy.
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cops hate high rabbits.

DEA Claims ?Rabbits? Will Get Stoned If Utah Passes Medical Marijuana Bill

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As unbelievable as it sounds, the Drug Enforcement Agency has come up with the most ridiculous argument against marijuana legalization yet. You see, the State of Utah is considering a bill that would recognize the rights of patients with certain debilitating conditions to use medical marijuana – or, more accurately, to use marijuana medically.

The bill specifically promotes the use of edible forms of the plant, preferring it to smoking. This is, of course, fine for most who want to use the herb for medicine. But the DEA is freaking out…

That’s not surprising, since the bulk of DEA revenue is justified by marijuana entrapment and arrests.

If the bill passes, the DEA warns, the state’s wildlife may start to “cultivate a taste” for the herb. If this happens, they say that animals like rabbits – little bunny rabbits – might start to lose their natural inhibitions and fears of humans. This, in turn, could result in “an all time high” of animals, such as rabbits, losing their lives to humans.
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cops hate cameras:


cop removes gun from head of suspect and puts it away once he sees he's on camera.

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Old 03-04-2015, 11:26 AM   #3884
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cops hate when you dont know their suspects.

Police Brutality A 16 Year-Old Teen Got Brutally Kicked In The Head By A Cop

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Young Michael from New Jersey, had the worst day of his life when police came knocking on his door looking for a person this 16 year old might know. Michael, who was too scared to give us his last name, said he doesn’t know the person police was asking about. Little Falls police officer handcuffed the teenager, showed him in to the snow and kicked him in the head. This whole thing was caught on a family security camera.

This video shows that one officer was walking around the house while other knocked on the door. The next thing you can see is scared teenager forced to lie on the snow without jacket or shoes!

“I got swung around. Put down. I got a knee to my head. It was snowing outside, I had no jacket no shoes,” Michael said. Above all, 16 year-old got charged with resisting arrest. Fina Elsaadany, the boy’s mother,noted that the cop was much bigger than her son, and yet the teenager was dragged out of the house and got brutally abused.

Bruised 16 year old with his parents reported this incident to the prosecutor’s office hoping these violent police officers will get what they deserve.

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Old 03-04-2015, 11:27 AM   #3885
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EXCLUSIVE: Violent police takedown caught on camera - Hawaii News Now - KGMB and KHNL

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A Honolulu police officer has been placed on desk duty after he was caught on cell phone video throwing a 25-year-old Palolo man to the ground.

The video obtained by Hawaii News Now also shows Officer Siave Seti Jr. attempting to grab the cell phone from a witness, even though he did not have a search warrant or a subpoena for the phone.

"I don't want this to happen to anybody else. Nobody deserves to go though that type of treatment especially from the HPD," said Eric Musrasrik, who wound up in the hospital after the confrontation.

"After I got up it was whoa, you know, I was in shock, in pain, I was speechless."

Musrasrik said he suffered scratches to his neck, a fat lip and a sprained lower hip.

Seti has been on the force less than two years. HPD also took his gun away, pending the investigation.

On the video, the police officer can be heard threatening to arrest the man but no such action was taken.

It's not clear from the video what led up to the incident but Musrasrik and his friends say the attack was unprovoked.

"I went to (video) record him because I can feel that's one bad cop right there," said Isa Lucky, who filmed the incident.

Musrasrik said Seti grabbed the phone but that he was able to grab it back.

"That constitutes trying to destroy evidence. That's private property. There's absolutely no basis to seize the phone," said Myles Breiner, Musrasrik's attorney.
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cops hate when other people have guns.

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cops hate cameras so much, they'll threaten to kill you when using one.

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Cops like attacking a delivery man inside a Manhattan apartment, then abandoning him handcuffed in a stairwell after stealing his food, wallet and cellphone.
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police like pulling guns on people and not announcing they are police.

CHP: Plainclothes officer justified in drawing gun at protesters during Oakland melee - ContraCostaTimes.com

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The California Highway Patrol has concluded a plainclothes officer acted within department policy when he drew his gun and pointed it at protesters during a melee at a December anti-police brutality protest.

The unnamed officer was found to be justified for drawing his gun after his partner wrestled with a protester who struck him on Dec. 10, Avery Browne, chief of the CHP's Golden Gate Division, said Thursday. The investigation concluded about three weeks ago.

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The officer and his partner were dressed in plainclothes and followed the protest part of the way in their car, then went on foot from downtown Oakland toward Lake Merritt. Around 27th Street, some protesters became suspicious that the two men were police, not protesters, and at least one person attempted to pull off handkerchiefs the officers were using to hide their identities. The officer told his superiors he drew his weapon out of fear when his partner wrestled with a protester and a crowd began to close in around them.
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police are mentally handicap.

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officer was reportedly eating at the subway for over 20mins.
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police serve search warrants by shooting them into your face in the form of bullets.


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A Volusia County Sheriff's deputy shot an unarmed man in the face while serving a drug warrant on Wednesday.

Deputies say Derek Cruice, 26, resisted arrest during the incident at his Deltona, Florida home. Cruice's friends, six of whom were at the house when a SWAT team entered, called the fatal shooting "murder."

At 6:32 a.m., Deputy Todd Raible, 36, fired one shot, hitting Cruice in the face as he stood inside the doorway, police told WFTV.

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One of the men inside the home, 24-year-old Matthew Grady, contradicted deputies' claims that Cruice had resisted arrest.

"There's a couple of seconds between opening the door, walking out, getting to my knee and halfway out there's gunfire," Grady told My News 13. "I look back as the guy's grabbing me, and my friend is dead or dying."

When asked if Cruice resisted, Grady said: "No."

Roommate Steven Cochran said Cruice wasn't wearing a shirt at the time of the shooting, and didn't pose a threat of carrying a concealed weapon.

"It's kind of hard to conceal anything or hide anything when this is all you have on," said Cochran. "They entered the house and fired."

Raible, a SWAT team member and narcotics investigator with the department for 10 years, reportedly has a clean record. He was placed on administrative leave, and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement has taken over the investigation. Raible wasn't injured in the incident, according to the sheriff's department.

The sheriff's office allegedly recovered 217 grams of marijuana at the home, along with a scale, pipes, plastic bags and about $3,000 in cash.

Cruice had previously been arrested on misdemeanor drug charges in the past, but was never convicted, WFTV reported.
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cops hate that they only exist to collect tax money.

Whittier police officers sue, say they were forced to meet quotas - LA Times

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Six Whittier police officers are suing the city, saying they faced retaliation when they complained and refused to meet alleged ticket and arrest quotas.

Officers Jim Azpilicueta, Anthony Gonzalez, Mike Rosario, Nancy Ogle, Steve Johnson and Cpl. Joseph Rivera say they spoke out against the quotas, which they claim were imposed by the Whittier Police Department in 2008, according to a suit filed Tuesday in Los Angeles County Superior Court.

The officers said their “careers have been materially and adversely affected, and irreparably harmed” by the city.

Whittier Police Officers Say They Were Forced to Meet Ticket, Arrest Quotas in Lawsuit
Six Whittier police officers are suing the city, saying they faced retaliation when they complained and refused to meet alleged ticket and arrest quotas. Kimberly Cheng reports from Whittier for the KTLA 5 News at 10 on Wednesday, March 4, 2015.
City Manager Jim Collier and Whittier police spokesman Officer John Scoggins declined to comment and said they had not seen the lawsuit.

“The lawsuit is unfortunate and the city will determine the best course of action once an analysis of the lawsuit is completed,” Collier said.

The officers say the alleged ticket and arrest quotas continue to this day.

The alleged retaliation started after the officers said they complained to their supervisors and the police department’s Internal Affairs Division, the suit claims.

After complaining about quotas, the officers faced a series of disciplinary actions including counseling sessions, unwarranted transfers, increased scrutiny and disparaging comments, the lawsuit said.

Azpilicueta and Johnson were also placed on a supervisory review and performance improvement plan. Johnson was the subject of an internal affairs investigation and was eventually suspended, according to the lawsuit.

The officers said they “spoke out not only for the rights of themselves and their fellow officers, but also for the rights of the public by speaking out against what they believed to be an unlawful citation and arrest quota.”

Imposing arrest and ticket quotas on police officers violates California Vehicle Codes section 41600. The codes makes it illegal for any state or local agency to force officers to meet a certain number of citations or arrests for promotion or disciplinary purposes.

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Old 03-09-2015, 09:18 AM   #3894
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no evidence of a crime? no care.

Asset Forfeiture: How The Police Can Take Everything You Own Without Charging You With A Crime

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Seventy-two-year-old retired Michigan carpenter Thomas Williams was at home, minding his own business, on a November 2013 morning, when police wearing masks and camouflage broke down his door with a battering ram, according to the Detroit Free Press.

“We think you’re dealing marijuana.”

In fact, Williams was growing marijuana at the time — medical marijuana is legal in Michigan, and Williams had a card, allowing him to grow a limited number of plants for personal use.

The SWAT raid on Williams’ home turned up no evidence of any crimes, and he was not charged. That didn’t stop police from taking $11,000 in cash, his car, his gun, his TV, and even his cell phone — leaving an elderly man without a land line stranded in his home in a rural area in the winter. He was stranded for three days until a concerned neighbor stopped by to check on him.

Police are also trying to seize his home.

Williams joins the ever-growing list of victims of what is known as asset forfeiture — that is, laws which allow police to seize cash and property of people suspected of drug crimes. The key word here is “suspected”: you don’t have to actually be convicted of a crime, or even charged with one, in order to have your property seized in an asset forfeiture case.
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courts hate when you use evidence proving your innocence and preventing the state from collecting taxes.

Driver Convicted of Using Cell Phone in Spite of Evidence He Wasn't | Cop Block

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When Bill Bouvier was stopped Dec. 29 in Hinesburg while driving home from work, he tried to explain to the young officer there had been a mistake.
Bouvier, 59, said he often rests his head in his cupped palm while making the drive home to Bristol.

He assured the police officer he hadn’t touched his cellphone since getting behind the wheel.

The officer was unpersuaded and issued a $162 ticket…

Bouvier says he hadn’t used the phone and appealed the citation.

He also requested records from AT&T, his wireless carrier which showed no calls had been made between 4:07 p.m. and 5:21 p.m. — nothing close to the time of the 4:30 p.m. traffic stop…

Hearing officer Karen Bradley found Bouvier guilty as charged.

She could not accept the phone records as evidence, Bouvier recalled, as they might be doctored.

“Well, she is wrong about that,” Burlington defense attorney Brooks McArthur said Friday. “The evidence that’s admissible is the kind a reasonably prudent person would rely on in their everyday affairs. And certainly there’s nothing here to indicate he wasn’t a reasonably prudent person relying on his phone bill. So she should have allowed that into evidence.”

Bouvier says he left the hearing shaking his head. Now, the $162 fine had jumped to $217 with his appeal and court costs.

He said the court had taken the officer’s word, after refusing to hear his defense.
Actually, McArthur said, “This case does not appear to be his word against the officer’s. It appears to be his word corroborated by his phone records against the officer’s observation of him which can be mistaken. Officers can be mistaken at times.”

Lt. Garry Scott, the highway traffic safety officer at the Vermont State Police, agreed. He said he’s occasionally made a few…

“Absolutely,” Scott said. “That’s why you want to be sure an electronic device is in their hand to activate the (traffic) stop.”

Scott said he, too, was surprised the hear the phone records hadn’t been enough to have the ticket dismissed…
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courts hate letting innocent men free, even after they are 100% certain they were wrongly convicted.

D.C. to pay $9.2 million in wrongful conviction - The Washington Post

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A D.C. Superior Court judge ordered the District government Friday to pay a record $9.2 million in damages to Kirk L. Odom, 52, who was wrongfully imprisoned for more than 22 years in the rape and robbery of a woman in her Capitol Hill apartment in 1981.

The amount, set by Judge Neal E. Kravitz, is the second — and largest — award in a case tried before a District judge under the District’s wrongful conviction law, which was approved in 1980. It also is one of the largest non-jury awards in an exoneration case in the United States.

“Mr. Odom spent more than twenty-two years of what should have been the prime of his adult life behind bars for a crime he did not commit,” Kravitz wrote in a 37-page opinion that recounted Odom’s “profound” physical and psychological suffering over the decades that included several prison rapes, his diagnosis with HIV — the virus that causes AIDS — suicide attempts, depression and family estrangement.
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cop conspired to kill innocent father.

Arkansas City,KS PD Cop Shoots Man While Sitting in Car With His Baby | Cop Block

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Deill got the call from Ana that Tayler was heading back to Ark City, and, while on duty at the time, drove out to W US- 166 ,the only road from Coffeyville to Ark City, and waited for Tayler. When he saw Tayler he pulled him over, at what is described as “the most unobservant spot” on that road.

In the synopsis of the final police report, which took the KBI nearly four months to complete, Deill alleges that there was conversation between Tayler and himself when he approached the car. He also states that as he approached the car Tayler had his entire torso out of the car, with arms extended. At some point, which remains unclear in the report, Tayler (Deill alleges), put the window up and refused the deputy entrance into his vehicle, as well as refusing to get out of the car. The police report states there was more conversation between the two. Deill alleges that Tayler lets the window down 4-6 inches, and the deputy is, somehow, able to reach his arm in, unlock the car door on the second attempt, and open it. In the report the Deill states that the car was still running and in gear, yet the he entered the vehicle and a struggle ensued. Deill said that he was on top of Tayler while Tayler remained sitting in the car, engine still running, the vehicle still in gear, and proceeded to use his nightstick in an effort to gain compliance from Tayler to get out the car (Deill’s words).

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cops hate when you use cash to buy cars.

Salisbury man escapes asset forfeiture snafu, recoups $19K | The Herald-Sun

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It had been over a year since Richard McKenzie was in a car accident that left him injured. After months of recuperation and a personal injury settlement he was able to afford to buy a new car.

On Sept. 9, the Salisbury resident was driving north on Interstate 85 toward Virginia to do just that — buy a new car. McKenzie was driving a rental car and had close to $19,000 in cash with him. The cash was neatly sorted and was still in the box the bank gave him. He had the proper paperwork for it as well as letters from his attorney.

Yet, when McKenzie was pulled over for allegedly speeding, Durham police officers seized the cash, didn’t issue McKenzie a ticket and never arrested him.

He was asked multiple times by police if he had anything illegal in the car. Each time he was asked he said no. Then, McKenzie said the officers asked to search his vehicle.

McKenzie’s lawyer, Maria Singleton of Perry, Perry and Perry in Durham, believes there is no justification for why the officers took his money. McKenzie also alleges the officers that pulled him over called him a racial slur and said he shouldn’t have that much money to begin with.

Singleton said the seizure of McKenzie’s money is called civil asset forfeiture. Many of these seizures are conducted when an officer believes the assets are connected to a crime — most notably the drug trade. Singleton said these forfeitures are not recognized when the assets are seized under the belief a crime was committed. They’re only recognized when a person has been convicted of a crime.
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somehow this cop was actually cited.

El Paso County Deputy Crashes Patrol Car, Cited For Careless Driving CBS Denver



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An El Paso County sheriff’s deputy was cited for careless driving after crashing a patrol car on top of a guardrail.

The crash happened on Fontaine Boulevard in Widefield Sunday morning.

The deputy, whose name hasn’t been released, wasn’t injured.

The Colorado State Patrol says the deputy lost control and went off the side of the road.
The cause of the crash is under investigation.
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more threads about how cops love to steal your property.

remember, it's a central nervous system for and eye in american justice.

Texas Takes Man's Truck Over Two Cases of Stolen Beer | Dallas Observer

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The two cases of Bud Light in the bed of John Werthing Jr.'s, pickup were still cold when Hutchins police pulled him over around 8 a.m. on September 30, 2013. A clerk at a Shell gas station had called in a shoplifting complaint a few moments before; a man matching Worthing's description and driving a white, 2001 Ford F150, had grabbed three 18-packs of Bud Light from the cooler and walked out of the store without paying. She'd only been able to retrieve one of the 18-packs before the thief drove off, but the other two were still in the bed of the pickup.

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Werthing knew the drill. An inconsistently employed warehouse worker, he's been in and out of Lew Sterrett several times over the past 15 years, once for robbery, usually for petty theft. He started stealing beer, he says, as a way to make ends meet, selling the stolen cases on the street for $10 a pop.

When he was arrested in 2013, Werthing figured he'd do as he'd done before: serve out his time and go retrieve his vehicle from the impound lot when he got out.

This time, though, there would be no getting his truck back. The government had taken it under Texas' civil forfeiture laws on the grounds that it had been used to facilitate the theft of those two cases of beer.

war on drugs working hard in Texas.
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