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Old 04-06-2015, 10:09 AM   #4241
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Came up to an accident scene saw a car rolled over in the woods fire truck passes me so I slowed down naturally took my video Trooper saw this and got pissed told to move on then Pull Over issued two tickets for $145 total

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Impeded operation 90/13 and improper use of cell phone 90/13b
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Cops hate it when you can't control your goat.

Police corral ?disorderly? goat headbutting door of Paramus home | New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV
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Old 04-06-2015, 03:08 PM   #4247
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cops love to cry when they finally get punished for their crimes.


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An ex-Houston police officer broke down in tears after he was sentenced to life in prison Monday for raping a waitress in the back of his patrol car.
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Old 04-06-2015, 03:10 PM   #4248
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Teen Girl Left with Broken Bones, Missing Teeth After Cops Stopped Her for Having a Conversation | The Free Thought Project

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19-year-old Kenisha Gray is now recovering from multiple broken bones and missing teeth after reportedly being brutally assaulted and tasered by St. Louis PD.

According to police, Gray was having a conversation in the middle of an intersection holding up traffic, then ran when approached by officers.

Police claim she was caught and handcuffed, but somehow managed to escape from the back of the police car. Officers say Gray was injured after they were forced to taser the teen, causing her to fall forward.

“That’s a lie,” Williams said. “I don’t see how she could hit face first, and she got all of this messed up on her face. I don’t understand, if she hit face first, she wouldn’t have had all this on her face. I can’t believe this.”

Kenisha’s mother is speaking out, saying the police’s version of events does not match up with the extent of the injuries suffered by Gray. She believes officers beat and dragged her daughter, causing the extensive damage to her face.

“She’s got some teeth missing out of her mouth, her face is swollen up,” said Valerie Williams, the girl’s mother.

Gray is currently unable to speak due to the injuries, and will need multiple surgeries to repair the broken bones and missing teeth. The police department has not yet agreed to be interviewed about the incident.
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Old 04-06-2015, 03:12 PM   #4249
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cosp dont like when you refuse to ID



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Old 04-06-2015, 03:14 PM   #4250
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Old 04-06-2015, 03:16 PM   #4251
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slappy cop update:

Fort Lauderdale Cop Criminally Charged for Slapping Man, Falsifying Records in Incident Caught on Video - PINAC


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The Fort Lauderdale cop who was caught on video slapping a homeless man before arresting him for trespassing has been criminally charged himself.

However, unlike Bruce Laclair, who ended up jailed, officer Victor Perez has not yet been incarcerated. In fact, he is sitting at home on paid administrative leave.

But on Thursday, the Broward State Attorney’s Office filed three misdemeanor charges; two counts of battery and one count of falsifying records.

The video shows Perez shoving Laclair, causing him to fall down, then slapping him.
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Old 04-06-2015, 03:18 PM   #4252
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i dunno why this guy is yelling for help...the police are there helping him lay down using nightsitcks.



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The man targeted by police is San Francisco resident Daryl Porter, 39, according to SFPD spokesperson Officer Grace Gatpandan, who provided information based on a police incident report. Porter was transported to San Francisco General Hospital after being struck “at least twice” with a police baton, she said.

Eyewitness accounts of what transpired in the moments before the video was filmed differ from the official police narrative. Gray Hinojosa, a longtime San Francisco resident who said he’d been across the street at an empanada shop, Chile Lindo, when the whole thing started, said he saw Porter headed east on 16th Street on his bicycle when “his jacket got caught. He got off the bike, and he was pissed.” When he stopped suddenly, he was nearly hit by oncoming traffic.

Hinojosa said he watched Porter cross the street via the crosswalk, then lean his bike against a building on 16th Street to untangle his jacket.

“He was swearing in frustration. As he’s making all this ruckus, there’s a cop car driving down … they decided to pull him over. One of them jumped out of the car on the passenger’s side … and went by him. … There was a scuffle, and all of a sudden I heard the cop say, ‘get down on the ground’ … he wasn’t getting down.”

That’s when “one of the cops took the baton and hit him in the leg,” Hinojosa said. “And then, at that point, he got free and started running, and came around the corner and they caught him … They hit him again, twice, with the baton. And then they finally got him down on the ground. And then another [police] car came, and two more came, and they just jumped right on top of him. It wasn’t like, ‘what’s going on? Let’s check out the situation.’ They just started pounding him. … It was excessive. There were police coming from every direction.”

After becoming accustomed to seeing stories of police violence on his Facebook feed, Hinojosa said it was hard to watch something similar occur before his eyes.

Paula Tejeda, owner of Chile Lindo, crossed the street when she saw more officers arriving and started yelling out at them to ease up. “The pile was getting higher and higher and higher, and that’s when I started screaming … to the police that they could kill somebody,” she explained later.
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Old 04-06-2015, 03:20 PM   #4253
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cops love paying drivers $70k in settlements:

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Albuquerque Cop Charged With Two Felonies After Attacking Man, Then Deleting Video Evidence - PINAC



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An Albuquerque cop was indicted on two felony charges Tuesday, including one for kneeing a man in the groin, causing him to lose a ********, the other for deleting footage from the phone of the man’s friend who had recorded the incident.

Pablo Padilla, who has been on paid administrative leave since last year, is the third Albuquerque cop to be indicted this year. He was charged with aggravated battery with great bodily harm and tampering with evidence.

The first two cops were Dominique Perez and Keith Sandy, charged with murder in the death of James Boyd, a homeless man who had been camping in the foothills at the edge of the city.

Prior to Boyd’s death, Sandy was recorded on a dash cam calling him a “******* lunatic” and vowing to “shoot him in the ***** with a shotgun.”

Prior to kneeing Jeremy Martin in the groin, Padilla had pulled him over for running a stop sign and had been investigating him for DWI, ordering him to sit on the sidewalk.
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Old 04-07-2015, 08:00 AM   #4258
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A Texas cop arrested a man for video recording him as they were making an arrest, ordering the man to either delete the video or hand it over as “evidence.”

The Cisco police officer then stormed up to another person who was recording and tried to rip the phone out of his hands.

But that phone apparently ended up in the hands of a woman, who continued recording.

The 3:22 video is chaotic and doesn’t explain much, but it shows enough to prove that the Cisco Police Department has no regard for the rights of citizens to record them.

The Cisco Police Department released a statement justifying the arrests: One of the officers noticed several of the persons on scene were recording events on cell phones and felt compelled to take the phones because he believed that they may contain evidence of interference with public duties of a police officer and resisting arrest.

But if they were so concerned about evidence, the cop would not have ordered the man to delete the footage in the first place.

However, logic has never been a necessary component in the Police PR Spin Machine.

According to the local new site, Big Country: Quintin Long was on scene while a person with a felony warrant was being arrested. He started to record the incident with his personal cell phone. As seen in the cell phone video, the police officer did not want him to do that. In cell phone video captured on scene, the officer says “either give me the phone or delete the video. it’s one of the two.” Although the officer did not have a search warrant, he continued to demand Quintin’s cell phone. Quintin refused to hand over the phone and the officer began threatening to arrest him. Captured in the cell phone video, the officer says, “You’ll give it to me or I’ll arrest you too.” According to the Cisco Police Department, the cell phone was believed to be evidence. They released this in a statement earlier today: “One of the officers noticed several of the persons on scene were recording events on cell phones and felt compelled to take the phones because he believed that they may contain evidence of interference with public duties of a police officer and resisting arrest. But evidence or not, an attorney Randy Wilson says it is against the law to take the phone without a search warrant. “In order to view the contains of a cell phone, they have to have probable cause and get a search warrant issued. The fact that a person is under arrest, or even just detained, does not give the police officer the right to go into the cell phone and look at things that are on the cell phone.”

In the video, a cop can be heard at :16 saying, “anybody who is recording, I’m going to need your cell phones as evidence.”

A cop then walks up to Long, telling him, “either give me the phone or delete the video.”

That prompted another person recording, described as a 14-year-old boy on the initial Facebook video, to say, ‘I’m not deleting any video and I’m not giving you the phone.”

And that prompted the cop, whose name is apparently Turner, to storm up to him.

“You give it me or I’ll arrest you too,” the cop told him before reaching out to snag the phone.

But during the struggle, it appears as if the phone ended up in the hands of a woman.

Eventually, several people were arrested in the incident that may have taken place this week, but it is not confirmed in the video or the news report.
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Former Eugene police officer sentenced in Bend; The 41-year-old admitted to invasion of privacy and child **** charges

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A former Eugene police officer was sentenced to seven years in prison Thursday for filming fellow officers use the restroom and for possessing and duplicating pornographic images of children.

Jeffrey Wade Argo, 41, pleaded guilty in Deschutes County Circuit Court to 21 counts of encouraging child sex abuse and invasion of privacy. The charges stemmed from crimes committed in Deschutes, Lane, Marion and Clackamas counties.

Argo admitted to uploading images of child pornography to his Google Drive account while visiting Bend in 2013. He also admitted to filming a Eugene police officer in the bathroom of a Bend home while they were in town for a work retreat.

Argo also pleaded guilty to installing a digital camera in the men’s bathroom at the Eugene Police Department that recorded six Eugene police officers urinating.

Eugene Police Chief Pete Kerns read a statement on behalf of the victims before sentencing. He said Argo’s “clandestine obsessions” violated the privacy of officers and betrayed a “sense of security.”

Kerns also lamented Argo’s participation in the “deplorable trade” of child pornography by duplicating and possessing the approximately 20 images investigators found.

Argo was visibly shaken during the sentencing hearing and cried as he asked for forgiveness from the victims.

“I have found out that I have a disease … and I accept my punishment,” Argo said.

The Oregon Department of Justice was alerted to the digital images of child pornography by Google. A warrant was issued for Argo’s Eugene home in March 2014. Investigators seized computers, CDs, a smartphone, a digital camera and other electronic equipment.
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