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Old 06-08-2015, 03:32 PM   #4941
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cops in the neighborhood again, up to no good again, listening in on the scanner as i observe them exercising my 1st amendment, but I dont think these cops give 2 ***** about the constitution, at the end you see them having a powwow, discussing shooting it down probably, then the call goes over the scanner, they are going to look for the operator....flew a mile to the west on waypoint and brought it home low and fast....lol.
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I was reluctant to upload this video because I wasn't proud of my response. I decided to go ahead for 3 reasons: It shows another trick to watch for; It's another example of the importance of not giving up rights; and, fair is fair. I can take it.
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cops put up signs so you can avoid roadblocks if you dont want to go through them and travel freely, they will then pull you over for avoiding a roadblock.

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It is illegal in Illinois for the police to pull anyone over who legally avoid a roadblock.. I wanted to test that. So I avoided it in a legal manner and I got pulled for not using my turn signal 100 feet prior even though I did in fact use my signal before I even entered the turn lane. This cop was real pushy. know your rights, protect your rights, fight for your rights.
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Yeah you can hear it click and also see it on the dash. The cop is a fraud.
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The problem is unmarked cars.

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the problem with policing is the dogs.

Off-duty JSO sergeant shoots neighbor's 'aggressive' dog in head




* This assumes the officer didnt leave the hole there on purpose to be able to freely shoot a dog.
My nutcase neighbor claimed that it is my obligation to fence his goats out rather than he should be required to keep them in.
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My nutcase neighbor claimed that it is my obligation to fence his goats out rather than he should be required to keep them in.
Depending upon which state you live in, your neighbor could be correct.
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Avoiding a Roadblock only got me pulled - YouTube

cops put up signs so you can avoid roadblocks if you dont want to go through them and travel freely, they will then pull you over for avoiding a roadblock.
In OK, the cops have to announce the location of roadblocks something like 48 hours in advance. So it's pretty easy to avoid them.
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Old 06-09-2015, 08:00 AM   #4949
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the problem with policing is precog dog crime when they show up at the wrong house yet again.

SAPD officer shoots family dog

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Bobbie Birkhimer said she couldn't believe her ears when her son called and told her 'the cops are here and they just shot the dog'.

Birkhimer said she raced home to find about six cop cars sitting in front of her home. When she got out of her car officers said they wanted to talk with her. Birkhimer asked, 'who shot my dog?' Birkhimer said that Officer G. Salazar responded that he had.

When she asked, 'Why, did she growl at you? Did she jump at you?' Birkhimer said Salazar told her 'No ma'am, but I'm not going to get bit by a dog!'

The bullet grazed the dog's head, entered below its shoulder and exited its left front elbow. The dog lived, but may never be the same.

Police said they were at the home looking for a man for which Birkhimer had signed a bond. Birkhimer told the officers the man did not live at her residence. She said the officers scoured the ground for the spent shell casing, then gave her a phone number for the city's risk management division and left.

Birkhimer said she knew she couldn't afford an emergency veterinarian bill, so she called a friend who worked for a vet and they helped her out. Now the dog limps around on her three good legs, while the one which was shot dangles uselessly.

Her veterinarian friend told her it may cost $2,500 or more to treat the dog.

The entire time KENS 5 was in Birkhimer's yard, the dog showed no aggression. It did, as most dogs do, bark at the strangers who were in her yard, and growled at the camera but never made a threatening move.

After our story aired, San Antonio's communications officer called and asked to be put in contact with Birkhimer.

She called back and said she had left a message and would follow-up to make sure Birkhimer is put in touch with the city's claims department.
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Old 06-09-2015, 08:02 AM   #4950
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Hallandale Shooting: Witness Who Called 911 Disputes Cop's Story | New Times Broward-Palm Beach

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“I heard somebody screaming, 'Don't shoot! Don't shoot!'” recalls Morgan. “I thought it was a woman begging for her life and her husband was gonna kill her.”

Morgan jumped out of bed and called 911. He told the dispatcher that there was a confrontation outside and it sounded like a woman was begging for her life and a man with a gun was about to kill her.

Morgan says he thought it was a domestic dispute between a couple that was about to turn deadly. Turns out, Morgan was witnessing a confrontation between Hallandale Beach police officer Edward McGovern and shoplifting suspect Gregory Ehlers Jr., a 34-year-old Tampa native who had fled police after swiping some electronic items from a Best Buy. Ehlers tried to hide on top of a one-story roof in the tiny beachside city but was found and then surrounded by police.

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““As far as [McGovern's] verbal account goes, everything he says is exactly what a police officer should say, but none of what he says is correct,” says Morgan. “In the minute that led up to the shooting, never did I hear anyone say, 'Get your hands up, get your hands up.' Nor did I hear anyone say, 'Do not reach, do not reach down, don't reach.' Had I heard an exchange like this, I would have never thought this was a domestic dispute with a very angry male.”

There were several calls from the immediate area of the shooting that were similar to Morgan's that night, according to 911 dispatch logs. Morgan's 911 call is summarized as: “HEARS SOMEONE SCREAMING FOR THEIR LIFE.” However, the actual call recordings have since been destroyed. BSO's policy is to hold call recordings for only 30 days unless they're requested for evidence by police. A homicide investigation is one reason why a call would be saved, according to BSO public information officer Keyla Concepcion.

But Hallandale Beach Police didn't bother following up until it was too late.

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Ehlers family filed a wrongful-death lawsuit against the city in 2012, which was eventually settled for $150,000 in October 2014. About one month prior to the settlement, the city council held a meeting to discuss the case, which was being handled by Hallandale Beach City Attorney Lynn Whitfield.

Whitfield claimed that after the shooting, police internal affairs investigators had tried to obtain the 911 calls in a timely fashion but couldn't because the Broward Sheriff's Office had made a mistake in logging the calls under the wrong case number.

“Once we found out there was a mistake, it went back. Of course, the 90 days had passed,” she said, apparently unaware that BSO 911 call policy is to keep them for 30 days.

Whitfield explained to the city council that a probable witness' 911 call had been noted in a log but that investigators initially thought it was unrelated to Ehler's death because it mentioned a woman, not a man, begging for life, even though the call records matched the location and time of the shooting.

Morgan says that a private detective hired by Ehlers' father managed to track him down to be interviewed about six weeks after the shooting. He wasn't approached by Hallandale Beach Police detectives until at least six months after the shooting.
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Cowley reaches settlement with West Valley City, resigns | KSL.com

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A settlement between once-fired police detective Shaun Cowley and West Valley City has been reached, but the war of words continued Monday.

Cowley announced late Sunday that West Valley City had agreed to pay his back wages plus benefits, and he agreed to resign from the West Valley Police Department immediately upon payment.

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West Valley City fired Cowley from the police force after its Neighborhood Narcotics Unit was disbanded because of officer wrongdoing that included misplaced or mishandled drugs and money, keeping "trophies" from investigations, improper use of confidential informants and using GPS tracking on vehicles without a warrant.

But Cowley and Jarvis challenged the firing, saying Cowley was only doing what his superiors had taught him. They demanded that West Valley officials show in writing which policies and procedures Cowley violated to warrant termination. On Friday, when Jarvis said West Valley administrators couldn't produce the manual, the city dropped its fight against Cowley's effort to get his job back and he was reinstated.

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On Monday, Pyle said that the manual does exist as do the papers Cowley signed acknowledging certain types of training he had received. However, he said the city made the mistake of not meeting a judge's deadline in submitting those papers to the court.

"Those documents do exist. However, there were some issues in terms of properly producing them. We are still unsure exactly what happened to those and we continue to look into the cause of this," Pyle said. "Our case was undermined by a technicality — a procedural issue which we own and we take a responsibility for."

Jarvis, however, believes the city was simply trying to avoid going to court where all of the police department's "skeletons in the closet would have been exposed."

"This is not a technicality at all. The Constitution is not a technicality. Due process is not a technicality," she said. "At the end of the day, this was not a technicality. This was a willful withholding of evidence. It's part of a master plan to avoid civil liability.

"This is not a Shaun Cowley problem. This is West Valley City actively trying to destroy evidence in an effort to make Shaun look like the bad guy."
officer gets his job back because there's not actual policy that says you cant steal drugs and money from busts...
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Old 06-09-2015, 08:17 AM   #4953
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Driver Sues City After Video Shows Cops Admitting They "Don't Know Why" They Pulled Him Over: Gothamist

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A Bronx man who was arrested after a traffic stop in April—but not before he managed to capture one of his arresting officers on cellphone video admitting "I don't even know why we pulled him over"—is filing a lawsuit against the city.

Around 6:00 p.m. on April 20th, Benjamin Farias, 26, was pulled over near the intersection of Grand Concourse and 204th Street in the Bronx. Farias asked repeatedly why he had been stopped. According to the suit, when the officers claimed that Farias's license was expired, he produced a document from the clerk's office in Bethlehem New York, confirming that the suspension had been lifted. The officers proceeded with the arrest anyway.

“I knew something was wrong, so I decided to film,” Farias told the News. He placed his recording cellphone in a drink holder before he was handcuffed—so tightly that he fractured his wrist.

According to the tabloid, upon searching his car, the only thing the officers found was an "uneaten cookie."

Here's Farias's video, uploaded to YouTube on April 30th. In the last 20 seconds, one officer can be heard from off camera saying, "I don't even know why we pulled him over. He was like, 'What was the reason why you pulled me over?'" Another voice responds, "Just put cocaine test."
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being stopped for walking down the street and being asked for papers while a cop physically holds you in place. cop looks sorely disappointed when the guy stopped has no warrants.
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im trying to figure out who has the lower IQ in this video:

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Orlando police officer shown on video kicking Noel Carter - Orlando Sentinel

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rlando police officer kicked an unarmed man at least six times while the suspect sat on a downtown curb, according to video shot by an onlooker, and as he did, another officer shocked the man with a Taser.

The Police Department on Monday released the video-recording, which shows Officers David Cruz and Charles Mays arresting Noel Carter, a 30-year-old Hollywood, Florida, man in downtown Orlando Thursday about 10 p.m.

Police Chief John Mina says the case is under investigation to determine whether the officers used excessive force, but he left them on active duty.

The video of Thursday's arrest was made by a woman who lives across Orange Avenue from the spot of the arrest and appears to show Carter complying with the officers when Cruz, standing to the man's right, begins delivering kick after kick to his right arm. According to police, that was only part of what happened.

The officers were off-duty, working security at Venue 578, a nightclub at the corner of Orange Avenue and Concord Street, when they saw Carter "using physical force" against a woman, the officers wrote in an incident report.

Carter was drunk, his girlfriend had just broken up with him, but he was grabbing at her and attempting to keep her from walking away, Cruz wrote. The officers tried to arrest him, according to the report, but he refused to cooperate and tried to run away.

The video first appeared Friday, broadcast by WESH-Channel 2. It does not show Carter fighting or resisting arrest.
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Six inches too short, 70 pounds too light, he's arrested in Clay County mistaken identity case | jacksonville.com

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A federal lawsuit filed this year against the Sheriff’s Office detailed how a deputy saw a man steal $213 worth of cologne bottles from the Sears at the Orange Park Mall.

The man identified himself as Larry Towns Jr. He stood 6 foot 3 inches. He weighed 230 pounds. A tattoo of a lion covered his right forearm. He was black. He confessed to the crime. Deputy J.A. Tomlinson recovered the cologne and gave the man a notice to appear in court.

He never appeared and his real identity is unknown to authorities.

The Sheriff’s Office then contacted a Jacksonville man named Larry Towns Jr. His lawyer says he’s legally blind, and he had lost his state ID. He reported it stolen to the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, but the police never found anyone with the ID.

He is a 5-foot-9-inch, 160-pound, black man with no lion tattoo.

The Clay County Sheriff’s Office issued a warrant for his arrest.
He turned himself in on Sept. 9, 2013, though he told the police officers they had the wrong guy. It is unclear how long he was in jail.

Now he has filed a lawsuit against the Clay County Sheriff Rick Beseler, joining two others who have publicly called out the Sheriff’s Office for wrongful arrests.

Clay County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Mary Justino said the office couldn’t give specific comments about ongoing lawsuits.

“However, as set forth in the answers submitted to the Federal Court,” she emailed with attachments of court filings, “it is the position of the Clay County Sheriff’s Office that the court should determine that the deputies acted reasonably under constitutional standards of probable cause based upon the facts and evidence in the case.”

The court filings argue that the officers had a valid warrant for Towns’ arrest.

In Towns’ case, the State Attorney’s Office didn’t prosecute him because “it has reason to believe the wrong Defendant was notified to appear in court,” according to records.
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Detective ruled guilty on several charges in West Side Highway biker assault case | 7online.com

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An undercover New York Police Department detective was acquitted Tuesday of the most serious charges but convicted of lesser crimes for participating in a motorcycle rally that devolved into highway pandemonium as an SUV driver was pulled from his window and beaten bloody in front of his wife and toddler.

Detective Wojciech Braszczok and his co-defendant, Robert Sims, had said they believed the driver was fleeing the scene of a crime because he had just struck a biker amid the September 2013 rally. But a judge, not a jury, found them not guilty of the top charges of gang assault and first-degree assault but guilty of second-degree assault, coercion, riot and criminal mischief. Sims was also found guilty of a more serious assault charge.

"The verdict was based on the law and evidence and nothing but the law and the evidence," Judge Maxwell Wiley said. "I'm sure that it will be noted that the court arrived at different verdicts between the defendants. This difference was based solely on the court's evaluation of the evidence."

Braszczok and Sims had faced up to 25 years if convicted of the top charges. They now face significantly less time.

Braszczok is suspended pending termination based on the felony conviction. The minimum for Braszczok is two years in state prison and the maximum is seven years. The minimum for Sims is 3 and a half years in state prison and the maximum is five to 15 years.

Eleven men were indicted in the confrontation, which occurred on Manhattan's West Side Highway. The others pleaded guilty to lesser crimes.

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The brutal aftermath of a violent confrontation last Friday between the police and a man in Salinas, Calif., was captured on camera, uploaded to YouTube and shows what the police chief there described as "horrific" and "inflammatory."

The video, which was shot in a shaky minute-and-a-half, does not show what caused several officers to repeatedly strike the man, Jose Velasco, 28, with batons while he writhed on the pavement in the middle of the street.

Just a few feet away, several lanes of stopped traffic watched the scene unfold; the video appeared to be shot through the rolled-down window of one of those cars.

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Salinas Police Chief Kelly McMillin told KSBW that the video "absolutely" concerned him. "Anybody who looks at that video without context would have concerns, because it looks terrible," he said.
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