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Old 04-27-2015, 02:46 PM   #4461
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Blue state cops hate that COians love cameras and freedom.

Legislation that Fines Cops $15,000 for Interfering with Citizens who Film Them, Passes House | The Free Thought Project

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Denver, CO — A recently proposed bill in Colorado imposing legal penalties on police officers who interfere with citizens filming them could soon become law. The state’s House Of Representatives passed the bill this week, and it will now move on to vote in the Senate.

If it becomes law, the bill would reportedly require police officers to have someone’s consent or a warrant to physically take or destroy a persons camera or footage. If an officer violates this law, the victim would then be able to seek damages up to $15,000 plus attorney fees. This would also be the first law in the country that would guarantee civil damages to people who have their recording rights violated by police.

After passing in the House on Wednesday, Colorado House Bill 15-1290 will now make its way to the Senate for a final vote.
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judges hate that cops hate cameras.

Disturbing details emerge in arrest of Albuquerque Police officer | KRQE News 13

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According to the State Police report, Greer and the cadet stayed with him while Rauch ran to his car.

Investigators said when that man looked at the cadet, Greer told him not to and started hitting him in the face and ribs. During this, Greer allegedly asked “Who’s the man” repeatedly until the man told him “You’re the man.”

When Rauch returned, he said he was “going live” and then both officers turned their lapel cameras on. If that’s true, it’s a big violation of APD policy.

“Not only do we want them to be used, we want them turned on and it’s an accountability measure we think not only protects the community, but protects the officers themselves when they do the right things,” Mayor Richard Berry told KRQE News 13.

According to State Police interviews, the man never posed any kind of threat to the officers.

In court Sunday, Greer stood mostly silent. He’s allowed to remain out of custody on a $5,000 bond.

Greer was booked into MDC on a misdemeanor charge. There was a clerical error during the booking process and he was charged with felony aggrevated battery. In court Sunday, the judge read and arraigned him on a felony charge.

The D.A. will now have to step in and clean things up but Greer is only facing a misdemeanor charge.

“If it turns out through the justice system that these allegations are accurate, I have a lot of confidence there will be severe consequences for it,” Berry said.

The police report said the man never received any medical care for his injuries. According to the report, he had cuts on his face and x-rays eventually showed bruising near his ribs.

APD Chief Gorden Eden has ordered an internal investigation into both officers.

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Old 04-27-2015, 02:49 PM   #4463
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WDIV has obtained video of Inkser police yucking it up, congratulating one another and mocking motorist Floyd Dent in front of Dent who was in the station after being beaten by an Inkster cop during a traffic stop in January.

Scenes show one officer pretending to be Dent while he was being beaten and choked, Kevin Dietz reports. The officer accused of the beating, William Melendez, has been fired and faces criminal charges in the beating. The chief resigned.

The mocking and laughing all goes on while Dent is in the station, suffering from a closed head injury, broken ribs, and a fractured orbital, Dietz reports. Initially, Dent is denied medical attention.
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Old 04-27-2015, 02:51 PM   #4464
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cops are sadists.

South Carolina cops face prison time for sadistically tasering mentally disabled woman

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Walters encountered 40-year-old Melissa Davis during an April 2013 patrol in Marion, when he spotted her leaving the yard of a home for sale and suspected she might have broken into it.

The officer asked Davis what she was doing and then shocked her with a Taser, court records show.

Walters ordered the woman to place her hands behind her back after she fell to the ground and then shocked her four more times before she had time to comply, prosecutors said.

Brown arrived at that point to provide backup, but Walters had determined that Davis had done nothing wrong and was removing the Taser probes from her back.

But Brown noticed one of the woman’s hands slip from the handcuffs – which Walters had applied improperly – and shocked Davis three more times until she rolled over to be handcuffed again.

The officer offered to let Davis go if she let him shock her with the Taser once more in the forehead.

Brown told the other officers at the scene that he had shocked Davis with the Taser because he “did not want to touch that nasty b*tch.”

Both officers are white, but court records did not indicate the woman’s race.

Federal sentencing guidelines call for 12 to 18 months in prison for Walters and 18 to 24 months for Brown, and prosecutors have said they agree with those terms.

Brown faces a stiffer penalty because Davis was in a vulnerable position when he shocked her.

Prosecutors said the officers, who were fired about three weeks later, should have known Davis was mentally disabled, and her caretaker said in a lawsuit the woman was well known in the small town.

The lawsuit seeks at least $2 million in damages.
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Old 04-27-2015, 02:53 PM   #4465
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cops hate cameras, but not as much as unbroken facial bones.

Watch: Cops break woman?s face because ?she flunked the attitude test? during drunken arrest

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“I should have never gotten that drunk, but also there are ways to detain someone and not break their face,” Sheehan said.

Surveillance video recorded at the BART station shows Sheehan screaming and yelling as she is dragged away by officers.

She appears calm in video recorded at the jail, although Sheehan continues to verbally clash with the officers.

Police said Sheehan, who works as a bartender and model, started “violently punching” an officer – who “guided her to the ground.”

However, body camera and surveillance videos show two officers grab Sheehan by the arms and fling her to the ground after she complains about one of them touching her.

A loud thud is audible on the recording, and Sheehan is seen lying unconscious on the linoleum floor, which is streaked with her blood.

An officer asks if she’s “out,” and another officer says, “you might want medical.”

Sheehan suffered four broken facial bones and lost several teeth in the incident, and Sheehan said she still suffers from psychological issues.

“They knew by throwing her to the ground without having her hands available to break the fall that she was going to suffer serious head injuries,” said her lawyer, John Scott.

“She was uncooperative,” he added. “She was intoxicated — and I believe she had to be taught a lesson. In police jargon, she flunked the attitude test.”
suprise suprise, the actual video doesn't match the falsified police report.

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cops love crime and domestic violence.

Officer resigns, charged with beating after drunken burglary | www.wpxi.com

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...was charged with drunkenly breaking into an apartment and beating a man the officer thought was dating his ex-girlfriend.

Asa Winters, 29, resigned as a Waynesburg officer Monday night and was charged Tuesday with burglary, simple assault and public drunkenness.

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Prosecutors say Winters mistakenly beat up the wrong man -- the roommate of the man he sought after breaking into a home on Richhill Street.
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Old 04-27-2015, 02:58 PM   #4467
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cops loves cameras--when they are used to film their victims of violence and crime (much like a serial killer keeps trophies).

Cop Ruptures Man?s Spleen as Fellow Officers Take Pics and Laugh | Alternet

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An Orlando cop has been arrested after surveillance video showed him violently kneeing a handcuffed man. But further investigation into the matter shows that his fellow officers were not only complicit in covering it up, but also sadistically laughed as the man lay bleeding internally in the cell.

Orlando police Officer Peter Delio was arrested in March and charged with felony battery after surveillance video showed him kneeing a handcuffed, Robert Liese, in the gut.

Several hours later Liese underwent emergency surgery to remove his spleen.

What happened between the initial blow to the stomach and the time the paramedics were notified is disturbing, to say the least.

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The pain was so great that Liese was immobilized. Delio picks the man up like a ragdoll and laughably yells to Liese, “stop resisting.”

He could barely breathe, and he fell to the floor in agony. He was then picked up and dragged out of the cell to be placed in leg restraints.

During the two hours long video after Liese was struck by the officer, he begged for help.

Sgt. Michael Faulkner reported to internal affairs that Liese not only didn’t ask for medical attention, but that he refused it.

Unlike Sgt. Faulkner, however, the video does not lie. Not five, not ten, but at least twenty times Liese can be heard on video begging for medical attention.

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But the sadistic Faulkner did not render aid, nor did he call paramedics; instead, he took cell phone pics of the injured man.
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Old 04-27-2015, 02:59 PM   #4468
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cops love easy targets.

Kansas deputy arrested for murder in death of baby son

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A western Kansas sheriff's deputy has been arrested for the alleged murder of his baby son.

The Kansas Bureau of Investigation reports that on Thursday, 30-year-old Kody Lee Hanson of Jetmore was arrested by KBI agents in Hodgeman County. The arrest is in connection to the death of Hanson's two-month-old son, who died last week at a Wichita hospital.

Hanson was booked into the Ford County Detention Center for first degree murder and felony child abuse.
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Old 04-27-2015, 03:02 PM   #4469
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Jersey City police officials say they have opened an internal affairs investigation into a video that surfaced Saturday of a traffic stop outside the Journal Square PATH hub that shows a police officer detaining a man for recording the stop on video.

The 14-minute video shows Officer Ramon Aponte, a 10-year veteran of the police force and a former U.S. Marine, verbally sparring with the man, Joseph Ferrante, and detaining him on the sidewalk until a sergeant arrives. Meanwhile, Ferrante excoriates the officer and law enforcement in general as "out of control."

"The police have a total lack and disregard for people's rights in this country," Ferrante says at the end of the video.

Mickey Osterreicher, an attorney with the National Press Photographers Association, said police officers in most instances do not have the right to tell citizens to stop recording them or to confiscate cell phones that have video of the officers on them.

"Some believe filming in and of itself is interference, when clearly it's not," Osterreicher told The Jersey Journal.

The video is surfacing as Jersey City readies to outfit some of its police force in body cameras. The city, which is partnering with Newark and Paterson in the initiative, is seeking bids until May 14, and hopes to have the cameras by late summer or early fall.
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Old 04-27-2015, 03:05 PM   #4470
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cops love photographers so much, that they protect them with fists to the face.

WATCH: Baltimore police pummel ?City Paper? photographer at Freddie Gray protest

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Baltimore police in riot gear wrestled to the ground and beat a photographer for the City Paper at a Freddie Gray protest as bystanders screamed at the cops that he was with the press.

In dramatic cell phone footage taken by City Paper Managing Editor Baynard Woods, photo editor J.M. Giordano is seen being tackled and swarmed by police officers.

In the video Woods can be heard yelling, “He’s a photographer! He’s press!” as the police continue to pile on Giordano.

Giordano and Woods were both covering protests against the police over the death of African-American Freddie Gray last Sunday, following his arrest during which he suffered a broken neck.

According to Giordano, he was swarmed by the officers and knocked to the ground with their riot shields after someone in the crowd threw a rock at them.

“They just swarmed over me,” he says. “I got hit. My head hit the ground. They were hitting me, then someone pulled me out.”

Giordano said he began re-shooting photographs again after being rescued but that police attempted to block his view.

According to Giordano, Reuters photographer Sait Serkan Gurbuz, who was standing nearby, was arrested and taken away by police van only to be released later after being cited for disorderly conduct.

On his Twitter account, Woods stated that supporters of the police were stating that the officers were attempting to protect Giordano, and not to believe it.
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Old 04-27-2015, 03:06 PM   #4471
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it is illegal to own cash, and the police must take it.

Police Seize $63,530 From Veteran Because He Kept It In Grocery Bags | Off The Grid News

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Simply carrying a large amount of cash in a grocery sack in your car is now sufficient grounds for a police officer to seize your money, a US circuit court has ruled. A panel of the Eighth US Circuit Court of Appeals found that all a deputy has to do to seize cash from a person is say it is drug money.

The court refused to return the $63,530 that Deputy Dave Wintle seized from a disabled veteran named Mark A. Brewer during a traffic stop in 2011. Brewer was never charged with a crime or even given a traffic ticket. Yet the decorated Air Force veteran lost his savings when a drug-sniffing dog smelled marijuana on it, even though no cannabis was found in Brewer’s car or his home.
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Old 04-27-2015, 03:08 PM   #4472
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police love that they can do no wrong when they investigate themselves.

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Arizona officer threatens to arrest woman's dog - CBS 5 - KPHO

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A representative of the Snowflake-Taylor Police Department tells CBS5 the incident was reviewed and the officer was found to have done nothing wrong.

“He just shouldn't have said what he said,” the official said.
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cops love to punch people in the face. it's police work. it's not wrong.

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cops hate cyclists. they must all be shot. it's not wrong; it's police work. they have a job to do.


New video raises questions in 2013 Florida police shooting

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A Florida deputy's shooting of an unarmed black man nearly two years ago was under renewed scrutiny Friday following the emergence of a video.

Dashboard camera video of the shooting of Dontrell Stephens was released Thursday as part of a joint investigation by The Palm Beach Post and WPTV of more than 250 police shootings, and raised questions about Palm Beach County Deputy Adams Lin's decision to fire shots. Stephens, 22, who was being pursued by Lin on Sept. 13, 2013, for allegedly impeding traffic while crossing a West Palm Beach street on his bicycle, was left a paraplegic by his injuries.

The footage shows Stephens come into focus as Lin drives toward him. Stephens hops off his bike and both men disappear from the frame momentarily. Within four seconds, four shots are fired and Stephens falls to the ground.

Lin said he saw Stephens reach into his waistband and that he raised a dark object he believed was a gun. The only object shown in the video is the cellphone Stephens had been holding all along. Lin also said he shouted commands at Stephens to raise his hands, but despite a microphone on the officer, no such commands are heard on the video.
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cops need to know who you are, else you'll be arrested. it's police work; the choice is yours.

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I left for a walk at 12:17am on Sept. 4, 2014. I had been cleaning the basement and was wide awake and needed to go to sleep. I knew walking would help tire me out and it was good for my back. I was heading east on Baltimore from my house. I left with a pocket knife, my keys and my iPhone and nothing else. I walked approximately 1.3miles and was on the south side of the street near the intersection of Woodson. I saw Officer Tyler’s police car driving south on Woodson and made a right towards me on Baltimore. He slowed down and shouted out of the window next to me “What’s your name?!” with a forceful tone. I replied “I don’t need to answer that.” And continued walking east on Baltimore at an average pace. I turned to see Officer Tyler do an immediate U Turn. At this point I pulled out my iPhone and started recording.

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Hoglan was then transferred to St. Ann jail where Tyler would tell the officers to refuse him any access to a phone.

He was cited for the misdemeanor charge of “Interference with Police” and his bail was set at the ridiculously high price of $500, by Officer Tyler.

According to Hoglan, Tyler even went out of his way to write a message on a dry-erase board in the jail that said, “Do not lower bail.”

After being locked in a cell for hours without being able to contact anyone, an officer finally asked Hoglan if he’d like him to call a family member for him. Hoglan called his girlfriend and immediately posted bond.

Hoglan tells the Free Thought Project that his lawyer recommended requesting a jury trial for the citation.

When his attorney appeared in court on behalf Hoglan, the charges were dropped, and the bond refunded. Hoglan tells us that he filed a formal complaint with internal affairs, and they are currently waiting for the results of their “investigation” before deciding what action to take next.
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watch how cops get around consent by handcuffing you first, then asking for your car registration after:

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cops hate when children enjoy public parks.
cops hate camears.
cops have to know who you are. you have to tell them. it's law, else they'll arrest you and leave your minor alone.

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police hate when you walk too close to them or something

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I mainly follow this board for the tire threads but I found this thread. Many people have no idea what cops are or what they think of civilians, what "the code of silence" and "thin blue line" mean. They have no idea that since 9/11 more Americans have been killed by police that "terrorists". Thank you for your posts.
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police at work:

instead of dealing with the alarm they got called to, cops harass the film crew who also responded to the call and got their before the slow cop, from the exact same location.

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