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Old 04-17-2015, 11:38 AM   #4401
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cops love the skills it takes to be a cop.

Controversial Highland Park cop sued, accused of locking up two women for four days without charges - WXYZ.com

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He’s made headlines for using a taser on his partner – and he’s been caught on camera during an aggressive arrest. Now Highland Park police officer Ronald Dupuis is making headlines once again.

A new lawsuit has been filed against him – this time 2 women are accusing him of locking them up for 4 days without ever charging them with a crime.

Whether it’s an arrest caught on camera, shooting himself in the leg, or having to be rushed to the hospital after a police raid – Sgt. Ronald Dupuis just can’t stay out of the spotlight.

Now he’s accused of locking up Rhianna Turner and her domestic partner Kera Hill – without any evidence of a crime – for four days.

“My clients are completely terrified by any law enforcement,” says their attorney, Robert Morris.

Morris filed the lawsuit against Dupuis and the City of Highland Park. He says his clients’ constitutional rights were violated.

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Dupuis is currently under investigation for how he arrested a carjacking suspect earlier this year. And he’s no stranger to lawsuits. He’s been sued – and filed his share of cases in federal court as well.

He’s worked at seven different police departments and came to our attention when he used a taser on his police partner in Hamtramck back in 2005. A jury did not convict him in that case, but Morris says there’s a definite pattern here.
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Old 04-17-2015, 11:42 AM   #4402
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cops want to keep to ignorant of the law:

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Old 04-17-2015, 11:43 AM   #4403
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if only Michigan would get their student:teacher ratios this good.

150 cops for 300 residents: Michigan town running Tulsa-style 'pay-to-play' policing | US news | The Guardian

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Oakley, Michigan, is not a hotbed of crime. But if that should change, it seems well placed to cope, because the village is believed to have a police force numbering almost 150 people, or one officer for every two residents.

One, Robert James Ritchie, does not live in Oakley. A Detroit-area native better known as the rapper Kid Rock, he applied to join the village’s small army of reserve police officers, according to an attorney, along with many prominent Michigan professionals and businesspeople and a football player for the Miami Dolphins.

“A small blip on the map, the little village of Oakley, with less than 300 residents, has got dozens and dozens of no-show secret police officers,” said Philip Ellison, a lawyer who is representing the family who own Oakley’s tavern in lawsuits attempting to force transparency from village leaders about the scheme.

Ellison said the singer was one of the names on a document released to him which he is not allowed to make public in full.
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Old 04-17-2015, 11:45 AM   #4404
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cops love being polite:

Lawsuit: Lafayette cops threatened to kill civilian

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Williams later left a message for Vander Plaats, stating, "I'm going to f------ kill you. And it's not going to be awesome. I mean, it's going to be like little body parts in a fireplace kind of death and that's really going to suck."
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Old 04-17-2015, 11:46 AM   #4405
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cops love policing themselves

Collier deputies used 'reasonable' force during student arrests - NBC-2.com WBBH News for Fort Myers, Cape Coral & Naples, Florida

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Some Ave Maria students are disappointed after a Collier County investigation showed their deputies didn't do anything wrong while arresting students.

We showed you cell phone video students shot during a controversial arrest near campus back in September. Students say the deputies were swearing at them and used violence during the arrest.

In a video, you can hear swearing and see deputies using force to put students in handcuffs. But in the report, Collier County says there was no wrongdoing.

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As for the four students arrested, their charges have been dropped.
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Old 04-17-2015, 11:48 AM   #4406
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cops love getting pulled over.

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Old 04-17-2015, 01:41 PM   #4407
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^^
You know, if anybody in this thread so far kind of deserved a beatdown, it's this dweeb.
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Because they aren't the supposedly "Trained" professionals? (The bleeding hearts that is)

Which is laughable anyway since in most states it takes more hours of training to become a beautician than a cop.
Yeah - I have even been inclined to wonder if that cop was unfit to be a cop even though I thought his action may have been the best one that time.

Hell, I have done stuff that folks wanted to give me credit for motives that were higher than what may have driven me at the moment.
I've corrected folks sometimes.

LOL - Same as when I get fed up with that "Thank you for your service." Occasionally I point out, "I didn't do it for you."

Anyway - what cop did that time I think worked for what may have been best thing of the moment.
Maybe they could have blocked him with sharpshooters talk him into stuff or nail him before he could get a lucky shot ....
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Old 04-20-2015, 10:49 AM   #4409
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cops love when the DA doesnt give a **** about grand juries.

Prosecutor Drops Case Against Kansas City Police Officer Jacob Ramsey For Shooting

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A Missouri prosecutor on Friday dismissed charges against a Kansas City police officer indicted in February by a grand jury for the non-fatal shooting of a 37-year-old man last summer.

The dismissal comes amid heightened attention to police shootings after a murder charge against a North Charleston, South Carolina police officer and the decision by a grand jury last November not to indict a Ferguson, Missouri officer who fatally shot an unarmed man.

Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker said an investigation and legal analysis found that evidence no longer supported the charges against 31-year-old Jacob Ramsey.

A state grand jury charged Ramsey with first-degree assault and armed criminal action in the shooting of Anthony Contreras last June.

Kansas City police said Ramsey was making a warrant check when Contreras ran from a house. Police said he feared he was about to be shot and fired at Contreras, critically wounding him.

A plea of not guilty was entered for Ramsey in February. Baker said on Friday she could not carry the charges forward.
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Old 04-20-2015, 10:51 AM   #4410
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cops love to go to the wrong house, let the dog out, and then shoot it amoungst a crowd.

Insane Video: Cops go to Wrong House to Make Arrest, Let Dog Out, Shoot at Dog in Crowded Area | Police Zero

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Several officers attempting to make an arrest at the wrong house quickly turned their incompetence into a deadly situation.

As police were trying to force their way into the wrong home, they irresponsibly let the home owner’s dog loose.

When the dog ran out, he was naturally in an excited state. The dog jumped on a frightened lieutenant but didn’t cause any harm. Then one NYPD officer, with absolutely no regard for his surroundings pulled out his service weapon and fired his gun at point blank range.

As the incident unfolded, a crowd had gathered, some of the people in the crowd had their cameras rolling. One video captured this reckless shooting first hand, from only several feet away.

Luckily for this dog, this officer was a horrid shot. Also lucky were the people in the crowd who managed to avoid being hit by any of the bullet fragments as they ricocheted off the concrete.

“No, no you wrong. You wrong. You’re dead *expletive* wrong for that,” a person in the crowd yelled after the officer shot.

“It didn’t’ dawn on me it was a gun…you almost shot me,” said Jason Holley, an eyewitness explained how a spark from the ricochet hit the man behind him

“Are you serious? There are kids out here,” another witness said.

“You’re at the wrong house,” another person yelled.

The name of the officer who endangered the lives of all around him has not been released and it’s unclear whether or not he will face any discipline.

According to WABC, police acknowledged they tried to make the arrest at the wrong home.
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Old 04-20-2015, 10:55 AM   #4411
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Black suspect dies after Baltimore cops break his spine in ?brutal? police beating

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A man injured after being arrested by the Baltimore police died today, according to the Baltimore Sun.

Freddie Gray had to undergo a double surgery on three broken vertebrae and an injured voice box on Tuesday, after he was released by the police. He died today after days of remaining in a coma.

The 27-year old was arrested last week for an undisclosed violation. The police said that he was restrained on the ground by an officer during the arrest, but appeared to be fine when he was taken to the district station. However, a cell phone video shows that the arresting officers used force that some may seen as “brutal.”

Protests have broken out in his neighborhood since Gray was sent to the hospital.

“What happened to Freddie was unnecessary and uncalled for,” the Rev. Jamal Harrison Bryant of the Empowerment Temple said to protestors on Saturday. “All of those police officers involved need to be held accountable and answer for what they did, and need to be terminated from their positions,” he urged.

The case is pending a review by a “blue-ribbon” panel commissioned by the police.
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Old 04-20-2015, 11:02 AM   #4412
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San Antonio, TX–The family of Jesse Aguirre, 37, who was killed by San Antonio police just over two years ago have filed a lawsuit against the city and eight police officers involved in his killing. Recently released dashcam footage captured the final moments of the tragic event that left a boy without his father.

Named in the suit are officers Cristina Gonzales, Roberto Mendez, Jennifer Morgan, Bettina Arredondo, Ronald Haley, Benito Juarez, Robert Encina, and SAPD spokesperson Douglas Greene.

The lawsuit, filed on behalf of Aguirre’s son and widow states that Aguirre’s civil rights were violated when the officers ended his life.

Aguirre had been in a car accident. He was intoxicated and high on cocaine when he attempted to leave the scene of the crash in an “excited delirium” after his girlfriend decided to break up with him. The police allege that he was driving a stolen vehicle and arguing with his girlfriend when he crashed into a fence.

The department alleges Aguirre resisted arrest when officers caught up with him and cuffed him. They claim four officers were needed to subdue him. The department told his wife that he died from cardiac arrest, and it wasn’t until she received the autopsy report that she found out that wasn’t exactly the case. The lawsuit alleges that the police suffocated him to death.

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“While Mr. Aguirre was on the ground he made numerous cries for help and pleaded he could not breath,” the lawsuit states. “The officers were deliberately indifferent to the fact that Mr. Aguirre was suffocating under the weight of the officers and in serious physical danger of asphyxiation based upon the positional restraints and body weight and force applied to him.”

In the video, Aguirre is seen walking, not running, away from officers who have their weapons pointed at him. When he stops to speak to the officers, he is handcuffed and then violently flipped head first over a concrete road barrier.

“Come here, come here, I’m going to shoot you motherf*cker!” a female officer yells as she approaches him.

Eventually, he is slammed face down on the ground as the officers pile on top of him.

“After several minutes without any action taken by the officers to relieve Mr. Aguirre of physical distress and danger, Mr. Aguirre stopped communicating and moving,” the complaint stated. “After several more minutes of Mr. Aguirre lying motionless face down on the highway with the officers’ body weight on top of him the officers finally realized he was not breathing.”
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Old 04-20-2015, 11:03 AM   #4413
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cops love murder /suicide.

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this is the epitomy of police work.



he HAD to use the baton, then realizes that a beatdown only works on humans that pose no threat.
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Old 04-20-2015, 11:11 AM   #4415
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cops hate cameras.

Man grabbed by police in Lawrence after video-recording them on a public sidewalk - The Bay State Examiner

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On Tuesday, April 14, a man was grabbed and detained by police in Lawrence who were trying to stop him from exercising his First Amendment right to record them in public.
John Carattini was walking down a street when he spotted three people seemingly being detained by two plainclothes police officers. He began recording with his camera and walked past them, giving no indication that he planned to stick around and continue recording. After passing the officers, one of them called out to him and ordered him to come back.

The officer asked if Carattini was recording them and demanded that he turn over his camera as “evidence” (according to the Department of Justice, police generally need a warrant to seize a camera as evidence). The police officer then immediately escalated the situation by grabbing the camera.

The camera was mostly covered up from this point on, making it difficult to tell what was happening, but the police can be heard saying that they had detained Carattini and taken his camera because he walked down the unsecured sidewalk. The officer told Carattini that he was “interfering” with an investigation (there is no such charge as “interfering with police” in Massachusetts). Carattini tried to explain that he was just walking to the store. The video ends abruptly, seemingly cut off by the police.
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cops love crime.

New Video Released in Miami-Dade Police Officer Road Rage Case | NBC 6 South Florida

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Miami-Dade Police officer Jonathan Lang faces a charge of discharging a firearm from a vehicle as well as aggravated assault with a firearm and tampering with physical evidence related to the July 2014 incident.

Lang was off-duty and driving on the Florida's Turnpike when authorities say he fired a weapon into a vehicle driven by a Miami-Dade Corrections worker.

The Florida Highway Patrol trooper investigating the incident believes there was an effort to hide the gun allegedly used.


In the surveillance video, first obtained by NBC 6, a white Mazda SUV that authorities say was being driven by Lang arrives at an tow truck lot in South Miami-Dade just two hours and 35 minutes after Lang signed a document giving the investigating FHP sergeant the legal consent to search the vehicle.

And just 11 minutes later, a man wearing a baseball cap shows up and the lights flash on the car. FHP officials said it indicates he had the remote, and he quickly opens the passenger door, grabs something and exits.
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Old 04-20-2015, 11:17 AM   #4417
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TIL - you don't have the right to reamin silent us you're arrested and phones are tasers.

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Old 04-20-2015, 11:22 AM   #4418
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TIL it is a detainable offense to not announce to the world how old you are

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cops REALLY hate cameras.



bets on how much time he doesn't go to jail for armed robbery?

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he HAD to use the baton, then realizes that a beatdown only works on humans that pose no threat.
LMAO @ how he not only uses the baton to smash the window, but his partner then just walks up and opens the door since it was already unlocked.
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