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Old 05-07-2015, 10:10 AM   #4601
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Atlanta Police Failed To Follow Reforms After Eagle Raid | WABE 90.1 FM


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For the second time in less than a week, an attorney for the City of Atlanta admitted to a federal judge the Atlanta Police Department hasn’t fully followed the court's order.

The case goes back to the botched 2009 raid on the Atlanta Eagle, a Midtown gay bar. In 2011, the city agreed to settle a federal civil rights lawsuit for $1 million. But in addition to the money, the court also required the Atlanta Police Department implement a host of reforms – everything from retraining officers on lawful search and seizure procedures to the use of nametags.

But in federal court Tuesday, Deputy City Attorney Robert Godfrey admitted the APD had been lax – which deviated from the city's earlier promise to fight the charges. Godfrey assured Judge Timothy Batten the city would now comply fully with the order.

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Judge Batten gave the city 90 days to retrain the department's 2,000 officers. Atlanta Police Major Jeff Glazier said that retraining will start immediately.

“We like to train, but we don’t like to pull that many officers off the street at one time," Glazier said. "So we’ll have to figure the logistics of it."

Maj. Glazier said the retraining will happen at the Atlanta Police Academy, and could happen in 24-hour shifts because of the short window of compliance.
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Old 05-07-2015, 10:12 AM   #4602
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Old 05-07-2015, 10:17 AM   #4603
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Two BSO Deputies Face Charges for Beating Man and Then Lying About It | New Times Broward-Palm Beach



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The Broward State Attorney's Office is charging Deputy Justin Lambert with battery and falsifying a report, and Deputy Mike Manresa will get a falsifying-report charge for the 2014 incident in which they beat 50-year-old David Gonzalez unconscious and then arrested him for resisting arrest. More than a year after the incident, BSO tells New Times that court summonses have been issued for Lambert and Manresa, but they have not yet been formally arrested and booked on the misdemeanor charges.

This is not the first time Lambert has been involved in a false-arrest and battery incident. In 2013, BSO had to pay $350,000 in a civil case where Lambert was involved in tasering and beating a man in front of his wife and kids.

"Justice has finally caught up with Justin Lambert," says Gary Kollins, who represented the plaintiff in the earlier case. "It's no wonder that he is now criminally charged for brutality in arresting a person just several months after that payout."

The more recent police brutality episode happened on February 18, 2014, when Gonzalez was at a Deerfield Beach gas station and deputies Lambert and Manresa showed up to respond to a call about a drunk man pestering the store clerk. Gonzalez allegedly tried to exchange his watch for a 12-pack, but the clerk told him to get lost and called police to take him away. Instead, the cops stopped Gonzalez and accused him of shoplifting. But Gonzalez denied he stole anything and allowed them to run his license.

As Manresa ran the ID, Lambert got in Gonzalez's face and berated him for about ten seconds, according to court documents, accusing him of theft. Gonzalez continued to deny the accusations (it was later proven he had not stolen anything), and then Lambert punched him.

After the first punch, Lambert and Manresa grabbed the man and threw him to the ground so hard, he was knocked unconscious when his faced smacked the ground.

Deputies would later describe the incident as “escorting” Gonzalez to the ground.

After handcuffing the knocked-out man, Lambert kicked him as he searched his pockets. Nothing was found, and Gonzalez couldn't be arrested for theft. The BSO cops, however, did arrest Gonzalez on two counts of resisting arrest without violence.

Gotta love the good ol. if you cant charge him with an actual crime, charge him with resisting.



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Old 05-07-2015, 10:19 AM   #4604
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cops love to abuse their power and break the law in their inevitable domestic disputes.

Lawsuit: Texas police chief had lover's then-husband arrested - Houston Chronicle

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Kyle Police Chief Jeff Barnett has been placed on paid administrative leave while Kyle officials investigate allegations from a lawsuit against Edge and the city brought by Dr. Glen Hurlston, the Austin American-Statesman reported. Hurlston claims that Barnett — who served as police chief in Princeton, Texas before he moved to Kyle in 2011, according to the City of Kyle's website — used his ties to the Princeton Police Department to arrange Hurlston's arrest in 2013 while Barnett had an affair with Hurlston's wife.
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Old 05-07-2015, 10:20 AM   #4605
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cops love a good ball-bitting domestic dispute.

Maryland Cop Charged with Biting Man's ******** During Cinco de Mayo Brawl - NBC News

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An Anne Arundel County Maryland cop in Baltimore to celebrate Cinco de Mayo on Tuesday bit another man's ********* during a brawl over a woman, authorities said Wednesday.

Michael Flaig, 30, was charged with assault after the fight Tuesday night in the alley behind Looney's Pub in Baltimore's South Linwood neighborhood.

According to the charging documents, Flaig had been fondling a woman when her friend and roommate, the alleged assault victim, intervened.

The alleged assault victim left on foot not long after but heard footsteps behind him. When he turned, he saw a fist coming at his face, according to court papers.

But the victim managed to dodge the punch, bring Flaig to the ground, and then straddle him, the court papers read.

Flaig struggled to escape while a second man, who police have yet to identify or arrest, punched the victim.

Unable to break free, Flaig allegedly bit the victim in the crotch and ran off.

"The bitee actually got the better of him in the fist fight. After we broke them up is when he disclosed he'd been bitten in the *********," witness Thomas Bourne told NBC affiliate WBAL.

"He was upset, took him a long time to calm down. He indicated he needed medical assistance. He was bleeding in his area after what happened," Bourne said.
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Old 05-07-2015, 10:24 AM   #4606
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cops enjoy a good hit and run.

South Bound Brook chief charged with leaving accident

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Police Chief William King, who "appeared to be too intoxicated" to answer questions about a hit-and-run accident less than a half-hour after it happened, remains on duty after he was charged with leaving the scene of an accident on Main Street in the early morning hours of April 4 .

King, 51, was also charged with careless driving, failing to report an accident and improper turning.

King earns $142,860 a year to head one of the smallest police departments in Somerset County.
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Old 05-07-2015, 10:25 AM   #4607
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cops have mommy issues.



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Old 05-07-2015, 10:27 AM   #4608
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cops enjoy a nice rape.

IU Police Officer Resigns Following Rape Allegation - WBIW.com / Local

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An Indiana University police officer has resigned following allegations that he allegedly raped a student.

According to Bloomington Police Capt. Joseph Quarters, the incident allegedly happened in the 1800 block of East 10th Street at a campus residence hall during the early morning hours of April 24.

The officer is accused of raping a 25-year-old student. The woman told investigators the officer came to her room without being invited while she was visiting with another woman. Police say both women had been drinking.

Quarters says at some point after 2 a.m. the officer and the woman ended up in the woman's bed.

Later that day, just before 2 p.m., the woman went to IU Health Hospital and reported being raped.

University police were called to the hospital, but when they learned that one of their officers was accused of the rape, they contacted Bloomington Police Department to investigate.

As soon as police and IU officials learned of the incident, the officer was suspended without pay pending an investigation. The Monroe County Prosecutor's Office says no charges will be filed, but are not saying why. The officer turned in his resignation Monday.
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Old 05-07-2015, 10:29 AM   #4609
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cops enjoy a nice serenade while standing around getting paid for being useless

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Old 05-07-2015, 10:32 AM   #4610
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judges love to give DEA the approval to steal and damage private property without any consequences.

Federal Judge: DEA Owes Company Nothing For Damaging And Using Trucks Without Permission | TruthVoice

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A Houston-based federal judge ruled that the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration does not owe the owner of a small Texas trucking company anything, not even the cost of repairing the bullet holes to a tractor-trailer truck that the agency used without his permission for a wild 2011 drug cartel sting that resulted in the execution-style murder of the truck’s driver, who was secretly working as a government informant.

The ruling by U.S. District Judge Lee Rosenthal, which was made public late Monday, heads off a potentially embarrassing civil trial that was supposed to start early next month at the federal courthouse.

Andy Vickery, a lawyer representing trucking company, said he was floored by the ruling.

“She is basically saying you can’t sue the feds,” he said by phone.

And he emailed this reaction:
A federally deputized corporal from the Houston Police Department decides to pay your small company’s driver to drive your truck to the Mexican border, load it up with illegal drugs, and try to catch some bad guys. He knows that the driver is lying to “the owner” – although he doesn’t know your name or identity and doesn’t bother to find out. The bad guys outwit the cops. Your company’s driver is killed. Your truck is riddled with bullet holes.

Query: is our federal government liable to pay for the damages to you and your property?

Answer: Nope.
He said an appeal is already in the works.

Trucking company owner Craig Patty has said that the truck was used and damaged in a drug sting against one of Mexico’s most violent cartels without his permission and that his family lived in extreme fear they would face retaliation from the cartel, even though they had no idea what the government was doing.
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Old 05-07-2015, 10:35 AM   #4611
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cops hate free speech.


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Shocking video we recorded of Lee County sheriff's department deputies with Fire Marshal James Tanner ordering event staff to cover ambulance, and fire truck entrance to the Fort Rock event in an attempt to block us from the crowd.

At first the deputy in charge emphatically states that we are blocking this most important exit, and I showed very clearly that we were indeed not doing so. Then just minutes later, the fire marshal shows up and actually allows the staff to completely cover it with a black roll of visqueen with zip ties and bags of sand rendering the exit useless and inoperable.

I wonder what the mayor and county commissioner would say to this....

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cop: hey you can't stand here, you're blocking the exit.

no we're not.

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cops love when they articulate that they have no RAS to stop you.


then lie and lie and lie and lie and lie.
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cops hate white people who hate black people.

Police say white people wasting police time with 911 calls about 'black neighbors' | Daily Mail Online

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A black person fishing in a community pond, two black people jump-starting a car and ‘someone from the Middle East looking mean’ – these are all ‘suspicious’ scenes that have prompted members of the public to dial 911.

These calls were revealed by serving and former police officers who took to the internet to air their astonishment at white people panicking sometimes simply at the mere sight of someone with different racial lineage being nearby.

Dozens have joined an online discussion thread to share their experiences.
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dispite dictator joe's best wishes, cops hate when THEY are arrested for assaulting criminals.


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A 37-year-old Honolulu police officer was charged Wednesday in federal court in Honolulu in connection with an alleged assault at an illegal gambling house.

Vincent Morre will plead guilty as charged very soon and and is taking full responsibility for his actions, says his attorney, David Hayakawa.

Morre, a nine-year veteran of the Honolulu Police Department, was charged with two counts of deprivation of rights under color of law, 18 U.S.C. Section 242, which is a civil rights violation of a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison for each count.

He will surrender himself for fingerprinting and processing at his arraignment next week, an FBI spokesman said.
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"cops" hate when they dont have limitless power.

Top federal court rules against NSA's phone records program | TheHill

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A federal court has decided that the National Security Agency’s bulk, warrantless collection of millions of Americans’ phone records is illegal.

The sweeping decision from the Second Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday represents a major court victory for opponents of the NSA and comes just as Congress begins a fight over whether to renew the underlying law used to justify the program.

That program “exceeds the scope of what Congress has authorized,” Judge Gerard Lynch wrote on behalf of the three-judge panel.

The law “cannot be interpreted in a way that defies any meaningful limit,” he added.
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cops hate when they cant abuse their positions of power to be criminal smugglers.

LAPD Officer, Girlfriend Indicted In Federal Court For Trying To Smuggle Mexican Citizen Into U.S. CBS Los Angeles

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A Los Angeles police officer and his girlfriend were indicted Wednesday by a federal grand jury on charges of attempting to smuggling a Mexican citizen into the United States.

Officer Carlos Curiel Quezada, Jr., 34, and his girlfriend, Angelica Godinez, 31, both of Los Angeles, were indicted Wednesday on one count of Bringing in Illegal Aliens without Presentation, according to the Department of Justice. Quezada is scheduled to be arraigned Thursday, while Godinez is set to be arraigned May 12.

According to court documents, Quezada drove his 2014 Nissan Juke with Godinez in the passenger seat through the Otay Mesa Port of Entry on March 14 at about 6:30 p.m. and told a Customs and Border Protection office they had nothing to declare. The couple was referred for a more intensive inspection, during which officer detected something unusual in the rear cargo area.

Antanasio Perez Avalos, a 26-year-old Mexican national, was found in the compartment in the spare-tire area, federal officials said. All three were taken into custody and interviewed.

Quezada and Godinez were charged two days later, but those charges were dismissed on March 19.

If Quezada and Godinez are convicted as charged in the indictment, they face 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.
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Cops hate Tylenol

Cop Freaks Out and Assaults Woman For Taking a Tylenol
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WWF pro-wrastling cops love to body slam immates to death.




my favorite part is when he dry humps the lifeless body from the huge boner he got from protecting this inmate from himself.
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the DA hates the crooked SFPD and judges.

Retired Judges To Join Task Force Probing Racist, Homophobic Text Messages By SF Police Officers CBS San Francisco

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Three retired judges will be working with San Francisco prosecutors to review roughly 3,000 criminal cases that have potentially been tainted by 14 San Francisco police officers who sent homophobic, racist and sexist text messages, District Attorney George Gascon announced Thursday.

The judges, Justice Cruz Reynoso, Judge LaDoris Hazzard Cordell and Judge Dickran Tevrizian Jr., were selected to join the district attorney’s task force investigating police officer misconduct based on their experience with civil rights and criminal justice reform, Gascon said.

The trio will review criminal cases, arrests and convictions by the 14 officers from the last 10 years for possible evidence bias, according to Gascon.

Cases involving individuals who are incarcerated will be moved to the top of the list, he said.

Gascon said in cases where evidence is in question, his task force will—and already is—providing that information to defense attorneys.
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