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Old 05-21-2015, 09:35 AM   #4801
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the problem with policing is the citizens laughing at their mistakes.

Cop calls pregnant woman racist remark, punches her in stomach

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A Chicago officer is being investigated after allegations emerged that he punched a pregnant woman in the stomach. Apparently, the altercation occurred after the woman laughed at the the officer for failing to catch a suspect he was chasing on foot.

Allegedly, after failing to catch the suspected drug dealer, the unnamed officer turned on local resident, Nicola Robinson, for laughing at his efforts. After shoving the African-American woman, the officer punched her in the stomach, and made racist remarks.

Robinson claims the officer said “You black bitch, you better be glad I didn't hit you hard enough to make you lose your ******* baby.”

The incident occurred this past Friday. Apparently, the woman's sister witnessed the event, and a nearby security camera caught it on tape.

Chicago PD’s Independent Police Review Authority is now conducting an investigation. Authorities are calling the accusations disturbing and have said such behavior, if proven true, will not be tolerated.

Robinson spent five hours in the hospital before being released. She is eight months pregnant.
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Old 05-21-2015, 09:38 AM   #4802
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the problem with policing is the citizens who happen to be in the vicinity of an officer crying like a little baby.

HPD Officer pleads guilty to unprovoked game room attack, tells - Hawaii News Now - KGMB and KHNL

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"I lost my temper," Honolulu Police Officer Vince Morre told a federal magistrate judge Tuesday morning when asked why he attacked two men in a game room.

Morre, a 9-year veteran of the force, pleaded guilty to violating the civil rights of both men.

Only Hawaii News Now was able to obtain surveillance video from inside the game room that shows Officer Morre punch, kick, and slap the victims who were not resisting or confronting the officer. Morre even threw a chair that sent one victim to the hospital to get stitches. The video was a key piece of evidence in the case.

Neither man interfered when Morre and two other officers walked into the room looking for a fugitive. The plain clothes officers walked around the game room before realizing the fugitive was not there. But instead of leaving, Officer Morre attacked the others. One of the victims told me Morre was mad because they didn't open the door fast enough.

"He's not making excuses," says his attorney David Hayakawa, "Everyone sees the video, everyone is shocked by the video."

"When people see that, that trust and confidence in the department has been decreased," says HPD Chief Louis Kealoha, "But... I hope it reinforces our commitment to the public that whenever things like this happen we're going to investigate it and we're going to take swift and serious action that this won't happen again."

Morre faces 10 years in federal prison for each of the two counts. He will be sentenced in August.

He is resigning from the police department.
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Old 05-21-2015, 09:46 AM   #4803
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the problem with policing is the citizens who aren't dumb.

Baltimore police take down video showing Freddie Gray going into a van face-down


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Last month, the Baltimore Police Department reportedly posted a series of videos to YouTube showing surveillance footage of a police van transporting Freddie Gray to a booking station after his arrest on April 12. The department has since taken one video down, while the others remain online.


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So what appeared in the video that caused police to take it down from YouTube? Baltimore police didn't immediately respond to Newsweek's request for comment. They also didn't provide the Sun with an explanation.

According to the paper, at 8:46 a.m., the surveillance video captured the police van carrying Gray driving around the corner from Presbury Street, headed south on Mount Street. A minute later, the van is parked north of Baker Street. Gray isn't visible in the back of the vehicle, but the recording showed a witness who was shooting cellphone video at the scene.

The witness, who requested anonymity to the Sun, reportedly was accompanied by a local woman named Michelle Gross. Earlier, Gross said she had seen the police dragging Gray into a van before officers drove away with him. She lent her cellphone to her neighbor, who called 911 to report the incident. The pair then went to Mount and Baker streets, where the neighbor recorded Gray's encounter with the officers.

That cellphone recording, which Sun journalists viewed and posted online Wednesday, shows Gray's body halfway out of the vehicle with his stomach on the floor and his legs hanging off the back. Four officers standing over him placed shackles around his ankles.The short video shows police restraining Gray, as another officer enters the scene, exits his vehicle and walks toward the van. Gross yells to Gray to ask if he is OK, but no response is audible. Her neighbor shouts something at Officer William Porter, who the Sun notes later is one of the six officers charged in Gray's death. The neighbor told the newspaper that Porter pointed to Lieutenant Brian Rice, who eventually moved toward Gross and her neighbor with other officers and threatened to use a Taser if they didn't leave the scene.

The Sun credits the cellphone video, as well as the two witness accounts, as providing the most detailed public account of the van stop.
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Old 05-21-2015, 09:50 AM   #4804
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the problem with policing is the citizens sleeping on the job

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Old 05-21-2015, 09:53 AM   #4805
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the problem with policing is the citizens that keep getting in the way of swinging fists and kicking feet.

Did these Virginia Beach officers go too far? | WTKR.com

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The Chief of Virginia Beach Police has requested an internal investigation into a Use of Force incident that occurred around 1:00 a.m. Sunday morning.

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Now Virginia Beach Police say there are two videos circulating on social media. In the second video, the suspect can be seen running after police tried to Tase him.

A witness says police caught up with him a few minutes later about two blocks away. He was then taken into custody and that’s when the encounter happened.

There is no footage of the initial alleged assault, which is why police responded to the scene.
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Old 05-21-2015, 09:54 AM   #4806
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the problem with policing is that it gets in the way of running your strip club.

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/05/21/ny...=re-share&_r=0

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The Twins Plus Go-Go Lounge in South Hackensack, N.J., had all of the accouterments: dancers in various states of undress, bouncers, bartenders and private stalls for lap dances.

But the club also had an unusual distinction: David Polos, an official with the Drug Enforcement Administration in New York City, and Glen Glover, a civilian D.E.A. employee, each had ownership interests and actively participated in its management, the authorities say.

On Wednesday, that secret connection was revealed when the two men were charged with lying during national security background checks about their ownership interests and their work in the strip club.

Mr. Polos, 51, had been with the agency for more than 20 years, most recently as an assistant special agent in charge. In that role, he helped supervise the New York Organized Crime and Drug Enforcement Strike Force, a multiagency group that targets large narcotics traffickers.

Mr. Polos, of West Nyack, N.Y., resigned from the agency last month, a D.E.A. spokeswoman said.

Each man was charged with one count of making false statements, and if convicted, could face up to five years in prison. The men had claimed that they had no employment outside the agency, when in fact they had ownership interests in the lounge, and actively managed it while working for the D.E.A., according to a criminal complaint filed in Federal District Court in Manhattan.

Both men had “important and sensitive” law enforcement jobs, Preet Bharara, the United States attorney for the Southern District of New York, said in a statement.

“They also had other secret jobs,” he added, “which they concealed from D.E.A. in order to maintain their national security clearance, betraying the oaths they had taken and creating needless risk for the agency they worked for.”

The charges were announced by Mr. Bharara; Diego Rodriguez, the head of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s New York office; and Ronald R. Gardella, who leads the New York office of the Justice Department’s Office of Inspector General.
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Old 05-21-2015, 09:56 AM   #4807
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the problem with policing is the citizens DUI.

Ex-officer indicted in Montgomery County Sheriff deputy's death - Your Houston News: News

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The former Montgomery County Precinct 1 Constable’s deputy accused of killing a sheriff’s deputy in a drunken motorcycle crash earlier this year has been indicted for intoxication manslaughter.

A grand jury indicted James E. Selmser III, 26, on the second-degree felony charge April 30. He waived a formal arraignment Thursday afternoon.

The case was reset for another court setting on June 25.

Prosecutors and Selmser’s attorney, Brent Mayr, told The Courier on Thursday that the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office is still gathering reports and evidence for the defense to review.

Selmser is accused of operating his motorcycle after a long night of alcohol consumption at a Huntsville bar, leading to the crash that killed rookie MCSO Deputy Catherine Breeding, who was 21 years old.
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Old 05-21-2015, 11:10 AM   #4808
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The problem with policing is the citizens who dont want to get caught with drugs.

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Cops hate it when negroes try to attend college.


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Old 05-21-2015, 01:26 PM   #4810
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the problem with policing is the citizens that are found not guilty of crimes that didnt exist.


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What were the sweetest and most welcomed words I heard today? Those words would be "We the jury, in the case of Shimek v/s City of Burien, on the charge of Obstruction, find the Defendant NOT GUILTY. Similarly, on the charge of resisting arrest, we find the Defendant NOT GUILTY."

While Prosecution did their best to - at length - talk about anything but the applicable laws regarding my documenting police activity, the argument was simply not strong enough to sway a jury of my peers to see it the way the cops and prosecution saw it. I will say that the ONLY thing that saved me from conviction was the fact that I was rolling video and documenting my own arrest. The video was KEY, in deciding what was fact and what was not.

While step one, the criminal conviction, is now taken care of, there is still work to do. The City still has to answer for taking my memory card, using force against me, and throwing me in jail.
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Old 05-21-2015, 01:32 PM   #4811
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the problem with policing is the citizens noticing crimes.


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I'm being pulled over for following a crime scene vehicle. I followed and recorded her driving over 80 mph and tailgating people. She had the officers pull me over
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Old 05-21-2015, 01:39 PM   #4812
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the problem with policing is the citizens.

Going to jail: Christian County Sheriff admits to fraud and embezzlement

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Christian County Sheriff Joey Kyle has agreed to spend a year in jail after pleading guilty Wednesday to embezzling county funds and helping in a fraud scheme.

As part ofthe plea agreement, Kyle, 53, has resigned as sheriff and will pay more than $50,000 restitution to Christian County before going to federal prison for one year and a day.

The plea agreement, announced Wednesday, comes five months after federal investigators subpoenaed Kyle's credit card spending records and campaign finance information, along with county audit reports and records involving purchases the county made at six businesses dating back to 2011.
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well the problem here was the citizen wasn't walking away from a public space fast enough, and that's a problem with policing today.
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Old 05-22-2015, 11:41 AM   #4815
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<p>Joe will like this one:</p><p>Man facing extradition to Washington on child rape charges</p>
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<p>the problem with policing is the baby citizens who sleep in cribs in a house that a suspected drug user may or may not be occupying and certainally not when police actually show up because they have the survalince skills of a donkey stand ontop of an elephant.</p><p>Cops Who Flash Banged Infant's Crib Are Blaming the Baby | The Daily Sheeple</p><p>
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</p><p>Nearly a year has passed since a Habersham County SWAT team stormed into the Phonesavanh residence, and&nbsp;very nearly killed their 19 month old child. The no-knock raid was prompted by an anonymous tip which suggested there were drugs in the house. As the officers forced their way into the home, they lobbed a flash grenade which wound up landing in the crib where baby &ldquo;bou-bou&rdquo; was sleeping. As it erupted, the infant suffered severe burns and had to be taken to the hospital, and placed in a medically induced coma.</p><p>To any sane person, the sheriff&rsquo;s department would be responsible for the damage inflicted on this child. Not only were there no drugs in the house, but the suspect they were looking for was found elsewhere. And despite their claims that they had the house under surveillance for two days prior to the raid, somehow they had no idea that there were children who lived there.</p><p>Still, the family had to fight the county tooth and nail to have their $1 million in medical bills reimbursed. Last month they settled with the county, and received $964,000, half of which will be given to them now, and the rest will be given to baby after he turns 18. While it&rsquo;s great to hear that the family is getting something out of this, it&rsquo;s shocking to see how defiant the sheriff&rsquo;s department was, right to the very end. They never once admitted culpability for their gross negligence, and in a bizarre twist, their defense statement in court basically blamed the infant for his own injuries.</p><p>...</p><p>
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</p><p>The act of sleeping in a room about to be breached by a SWAT team constituted &ldquo;criminal&rdquo; conduct on the part of the infant. At the very least, the infant was fully liable for the nearly fatal injuries inflicted on him when Habersham County Sheriff&rsquo;s Deputy Charles Long blindly heaved a flash-bang grenade &ndash; a &ldquo;destructive device,&rdquo; as described by the ATF, that when detonated burns at 2,000-3,500 degrees Fahrenheit &ndash; into the crib.</p><p>Merely by being in that room, Bou-Bou had assumed the risk of coming under attack by a SWAT team. By impeding the trajectory of that grenade, rather than fleeing from his crib, Bou-Bou failed to &ldquo;avoid the consequences&rdquo; of that attack.</p><p>In any case, Bou-Bou, along with his parents and his siblings, are fully and exclusively to blame for the injuries that nearly killed the child and left the family with more than one million dollars in medical bills. The SWAT team that invaded the home in Cornelia, Georgia on the basis of a bogus anonymous tip that a $50 drug transaction had occurred there is legally blameless.</p><p id="2144">
</p><p><span style="color:rgb(0, 0, 0)">Can you believe that? It gets much worse from here. When photographic evidence of the baby&rsquo;s horrific injuries were shown in court, the defendants denied that the photograph &ldquo;accurately depicts the injuries allegedly sustained.&rdquo; The statement goes on to the blame the parents and the baby because the damages caused to the child were &ldquo;directly and proximately caused by the contributory and comparative negligence of the plaintiffs and their failure to exercise ordinary care.&rdquo;</span></p><p><span style="color:rgb(0, 0, 0)">And as a last-ditch effort to avoid paying the bill, the sheriff&rsquo;s department invoked the principle of &ldquo;laches,&rdquo; which in the legal world, is a kind of use it or lose it statement. It basically means that you don&rsquo;t have the right to sue, if you waited a long period of time in the hopes that future circumstances would favor your case. It doesn&rsquo;t apply in this case at all because the family almost immediately filed a notice with the court after the incident.</span></p><p id="406">
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</p><p>Joe will like this one:</p><p>Man facing extradition to Washington on child rape charges</p><p>
</p><p>That's horrible! What kind of sick **** likes reading about a guy who rapes little girls?&nbsp;</p><p>I'm starting to question your sanity.&nbsp;</p>
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<p>the problem with policing is the cizitens die too fast.</p><p>NYPD Harass Teen Girl, Want "Slow Death" for Filming Police</p><p>
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</p><p><span style="color:rgb(102, 102, 102)">On May 14, 24-year-old New York resident Michael Barber captured disturbing video footage of two plainclothes NYPD officers harassing a 14-year-old girl near the intersection of 140th St. and Hamilton Place in the Washington Heights section of Upper Manhattan. &nbsp;In response,<strong> Barber&rsquo;s image was posted to the NYPD&rsquo;s 30th Precinct Facebook page, which described Barber as &ldquo;a complete idiot&rdquo; before adding in a separate comment, &ldquo;F**k these Savages They should all die a nice slow death!&rdquo; </strong>&nbsp;In addition to stirring yet another wave of&nbsp;backlash against the Department, Barber&rsquo;s footage of the incident has also prompted NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton to call for members of the public&nbsp;to stop filming police officers.</span></p><p id="222">
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</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>That's horrible! What kind of sick **** likes reading about a guy who rapes little girls?&nbsp;</p><p>I'm starting to question your sanity.&nbsp;</p><p>
</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>???? &nbsp;you cant inject your own reality.</p>
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<p>the problem with policing is the citizen standing on his on yard getting eaten by police.</p><p>Police K9 Attacks Innocent Person, FPD Intimidates Witnesses | Fresno People's Media</p><p>
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</p><p><span style="color:rgb(0, 0, 0)">Tuesday evening, following a police chase that ended at the intersection of Sierra Vista and Belmont, a K9 officer attacked an innocent bystander standing in his own front yard.&nbsp;&nbsp; Abc30 reports the police K9 &ldquo;got loose&rdquo; and mauled 38-year-old Hanley Sell.</span></p><p>
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</p><p>&ldquo;I don&rsquo;t know what to do I can&rsquo;t feed myself,&rdquo; said Sell. He has gashes on both arms. &ldquo;The dog basically pulled off the top of my bicep right here because the officer was yanking it by the collar,&rdquo; said Sell. He was with several people watching as a high speed chase ended at Sierra Vista and Belmont. Instead of running toward the suspect the canine ran straight for him and so Sell says he ran away.</p><p>&ldquo;My little cousin made it through the fence okay but when I went to get over the fence the dog had caught me mid stride,&rdquo; said Sell.</p><p>Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer said Sell didn&rsquo;t do anything wrong. &ldquo;We recognized last night it was our fault, our mistake,&rdquo; said Dyer. He said they&rsquo;re paying for all of sells medical bills. &ldquo;Unfortunately last night, there was an accident that occurred where this dog was able to break away was not on the leash for whatever reason, someone who was not involved in this incident,&rdquo; said Dyer.</p><p>As for Sell he said he&rsquo;s just happy to be alive. &ldquo;Had I been a four-year-old girl, it would have been a lot worse,&rdquo; said Sell.</p><p>Dyer said they&rsquo;re doing an internal investigation to find out why the canine was able to get loose and to find out if there was any negligence on the part of the officer.</p><p id="1621">
</p><p><span style="color:rgb(0, 0, 0)">According to Sell&rsquo;s niece and sister, Fresno police officers attempted to intimidate the family and told them they would be sued if they posted photos of the incident on the internet.&nbsp; A photo of Sell in the hospital bleeding from his arms was posted to Facebook by Sell&rsquo;s sister</span>:</p><p>
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</p><p><em>My brother after being attacked by a k 9, the hospital and the police were complete dicks. Also had the nerve to say if these pics end up on the internet they will sue us, for what? Are you kidding me! He was standing in his own front yard and had the nerve to ask him Wtf was he doing there. If anyone can help with any information about the best way to go about this please let me know. Were not letting this **** go!</em></p><p id="2496">
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