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Old 06-09-2015, 02:44 PM   #4961
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the problem with cops walking door to door demanding IDs isn't a Consitutional problem, the problem is this citizen stopping them from policing.


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i have exotic birds who were very frightened by the constant pounding of my door. so i caved and went to the window on the door. they tried to push my door in.
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perhaps. hopefully there will not be a "next time". id be worried they would shoot my birds because if they kick they door in and come in yelling and everyshit, the chances of a parrot aerial attack is very likely.
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they said they were looking for someone and were checking every house.. but he wouldnt repeat it once i pulled the camera out.
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i look at them differently after this encounter also. it started fairly peaceful other than them pounding the crap out of my door. everything was cool and i said "no im not giving ID" and he started pushing on my door and using profanity. i should have had the camera from the start of the encounter but i did not. did i handle it the best i could have? no i did not. however as with most videos of such encounters, i think everyone including myself can learn from this.
i cant believe these ******* citizens! the warriors are trying to police.
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Old 06-09-2015, 02:51 PM   #4962
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LOL CA!

what a novel idea, being CONVICTED of an infraction first before having to pay a tax.

California changes rules on traffic ticket fines - San Jose Mercury News

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California drivers can now appear in court to challenge their traffic tickets without paying a fine first, under a new rule adopted unanimously by the state's Judicial Council on Monday.

"The system is broken," said Christine Sun, associate director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California. "It has become clear that we are funding our judicial system through unfair fines and fees that act as a hidden tax on poor people -- who may not be able to afford contesting their citation -- and people of color, who are disproportionately pulled over and cited. This has to stop, and we're pleased that the Judicial Council is taking action."

Supporters say the change is a good first step, but still leaves millions of low-income California drivers in the lurch if they miss their initial court date for any reason. Sun said she hopes the Judicial Council continues looking into the practices of local courts that harm low income people and communities of color.

Traffic courts in some counties -- including Del Norte, Fresno, Mendocino, Tuolumne, Mariposa, Tulare, Madera, and Shasta -- have required drivers who receive traffic tickets to pay fines before they can appear in court to contest the tickets. Civil rights groups argued that making people pay for their day in court violates constitutional due process.

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Old 06-09-2015, 02:53 PM   #4963
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firefighters hate cameras too:


watch them use gov't resources to try to destroy public property.


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Yesterday, a man named John Thompson took his drone to a structure fire in New York to capture some aerial shots of the fire company battling the blaze.

12-minutes into the flight, the firefighters on the ground suddenly began trying to shoot the drone out of the sky with water from their high-pressured fire hoses.

“This is real misconduct on their part and very unprofessional,” Thompson writes on his Facebook page. “My second take off the camera did not record so it look’s like they destroyed a $2,200 drone.”

“Thanks guys for the nice job you’re doing for the community […] The news was there filming, why not me?”

Thompson also tells the fire department to be ready for the bill he sends them to replace or repair his damaged drone.
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Old 06-09-2015, 02:56 PM   #4964
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immigration checks never seem to focus on immigration. and always about these pesky citizens with their pesky rights.


oh **** youre recording? now i'm going ot have to be responsible for my actions!
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Old 06-09-2015, 03:16 PM   #4965
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me breaking the law to find out who you are is just me doing my job.


cops doesn't even know the difference between reasonable suspicion and probable cause.

this is a REALLY good video to watch. the 10-14min mark gets good.

"youre 'detaining' me until I give you information for you to arrest me, that's a violation of my rights"
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Old 06-09-2015, 03:31 PM   #4966
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the problem with policing is all these damn citizens forcing police to follow all these damn rules in order to protect them from the state.

Court: License check unlawful Ruling applies reasonable suspicion standard - Your Daily Journal - yourdailyjournal.com

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Police can’t detain a driver to check for outstanding violations unless officers have reasonable suspicion of a crime, the N.C. Court of Appeals has ruled in an Anson County case.


A divided three-judge panel said Tuesday that Keith A. Leak’s Fourth Amendment rights were violated when Lilesville Police Chief Bobby Gallimore ran his driver license after stopping behind Leak’s parked car to offer assistance in April 2012.


The ruling overturns Richmond County Superior Court Judge Tanya Wallace’s August 2013 denial of Leak’s motion to suppress evidence that led to his arrest on a charge of possession of a firearm by a felon.


Judges Sanford L. Steelman Jr. and Ann Marie Calabria found that Leak’s motion to suppress should have been granted because the license check constituted an unreasonable seizure under the Fourth Amendment. Judge J. Douglas McCullough dissented, finding the Lilesville chief’s actions to be constitutional.


If the decision stands, it will have statewide implications for law enforcement officers and suggests evidence gleaned from license checks will be tossed out if a defendant can show there was no reason to suspect criminal activity.
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Old 06-09-2015, 03:42 PM   #4967
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the problem with policing is the citizens not telling police what crimes they might be committing if any.

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Old 06-09-2015, 03:43 PM   #4968
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lol.

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Old 06-10-2015, 08:49 AM   #4969
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the problem with policing is the citizen cyclists in teh way of cops.

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it's their fault they are in the right-of-way of cops.

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According to the videographer- "Officer Wilhelm of the Conshohocken police Department is aggressive and dangerous. While riding with 5 friends on a Saturday morning, Officer Wilhelm signaled us to ride single file and then attempts to pass us on a narrow rode with no room. While passing he hits one of us with his suv. Here he is attempting to defend his actions and enforce a law he has failed to understand.
notice he doesn't write himself a tax.
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Old 06-10-2015, 08:52 AM   #4970
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crazy pool party cop warrior resigns.

Officer caught on video in Texas pool party incident resigns

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Officer David Eric Casebolt's actions were "indefensible," McKinney Police Chief Greg Conley said at a press conference after the officer submitted his resignation. But Casebolt was not pressured to quit the force, Conley said.

A teenager at the party posted a video online showing the officer pushing a bikini-clad girl to the ground and brandishing his gun to other black teens when officers responded last Friday to calls about the pool party at a community-owned McKinney swimming pool. The 41-year-old former Texas state trooper and 10-year veteran of the McKinney force was put on administrative leave after the incident. His lawyer, Jane Bishkin of Dallas, confirmed Tuesday he had quit the force.

Conley said a review of the video showed that "our policies, our training and our practices do not support his actions."

Twelve officers responded to the report of fights and a disturbance at the pool party at the Craig Ranch North Community Pool in an affluent area of western McKinney. "Eleven of them performed according to their training," Conley said. Casebolt did not, he said.

"He came into the call out of control and the video showed he was out of control during the incident," Conley said.

Casebolt's actions are under investigation and no decision has been made whether charges will be filed against him, Conley said. Charges of interfering with an officer and evading arrest against the only man arrested during Friday's incident have been dropped, Conley said. Everyone else detained was released.
stupid citizens keep making it hard for officers to police if they keep having to leave the job...
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Old 06-10-2015, 08:58 AM   #4971
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the problem with policing is that the unedited police video exonerates citizens and amns police.

Crowley PD out of control?

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On May 25, officers with the Crowley Police Department busted through the front door as a family was sitting down for Sunday dinner.

Footage from an officer’s body cam was eventually leaked to the press, showing the home’s owners, well-known attorneys J. Clay LeJeune and his wife Mitzi Mayeaux, engaged in a dispute with the officers. It quickly turned ugly, with LeJeune receiving the business end of one officer’s Tazer. Both were arrested and later indicted by an Acadia Parish grand jury on charges of public intimidation, retaliation and resisting an officer with force of violence.

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Oddly, the leaked footage from the officer body cam seemed to show only a portion of the encounter — the side of the story police wanted us to see — when the situation was at its most heated moment on the couple’s front porch. The tape shows LeJeune becoming incensed over the apparent violation of the family's rights by officers who barged into their home without a warrant.

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And that’s likely the reason the charges against the couple were dropped recently by Bradley Burget, district attorney for the Seventh Judicial District who stepped in to take over the case after a recusal by former 15th Judicial District Attorney Mike Harson’s office.

The family is now taking their case to the federal level and asking for an investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice.



Seems the full video isn't release to public yet, but the DA saw it and dropped the charges.
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Old 06-10-2015, 09:00 AM   #4972
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there's no problem with crime if youre a police.

Ex-cop Brian McGuckin pleads guilty in New York ticket-fixing scandal - CBS News

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A former New York City police officer entered a guilty plea Monday in a widespread ticket-fixing case that landed 21 people in handcuffs, and implicated hundreds of others.

All but one of the 181 counts Brian McGuckin faced -- including grand larceny, forgery, official misconduct, conspiracy and criminal solicitation -- were dropped as part of a plea deal with the Bronx District Attorney's office. He admitted guilt on one count of Grand Larceny in the 4th Degree.

Bronx judge Steven Barrett granted McGuckin, a former New York City police union delegate and financial secretary, a conditional discharge, under which McGuckin will serve no jail time as long as he stays out of trouble for the next three years. Prosecutors had asked Barrett to sentence McGuckin to 1,500 hours of community service.
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Old 06-10-2015, 09:05 AM   #4973
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the problem with gangs is that they have handcuffs


if you have 30 minutes to watch a bunch of fatasses try to justify their existence, go ahead. They litterally spend the entire video trying to lecture and justify their actions, guy says but a few words.
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Old 06-10-2015, 09:09 AM   #4974
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lol:

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Old 06-10-2015, 09:17 AM   #4975
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the problem with policing is the judges that just quit instead of fixing the problem.

Disgusted Judge Quits After Learning What Cops Were Doing in an Area Known as "the Dirty 30"

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allas local news station WFAA looked up ticket data for more than 800 towns and cities in Texas and discovered some utterly ridiculous numbers, specifically with four towns located in the “dirty 30,” a 30-mile stretch of I-45 between Dallas and Houston populated by a handful of small towns.

The town of Palmer, for example, wrote upwards of 1,080 speeding and warning tickets just last month, and has more than 29,000 pending municipal court cases — all of this in a town with a population of just 2,023 people.

“When I first became a judge, we had one reserve officer,” said David Viscarde, a former judge in the town of Calvert. “That’s all he did on Friday and Saturday every other weekend. He’d write 100 citations.”

“The pressure to collect revenues in Calvert — and probably other small towns in Texas — is excessive,” Vicarde said. “And what happens is, you got judges like me who say they’ve got better things to do with my time. ‘Thank you very much, and God bless you, I’ll move on.’” (H/T teaparty.org)

Granted, not every ticket written is solely to meet a quota or garner revenue, but neither is every ticket a justifiable response to a supposed infraction.

Of course, small towns with small populations provide a small tax base for small police departments, leaving them with only small dollars with which to work, thus leading to revenue raising efforts like ticket quotas for speeding and other infractions.

It should be noted that Texas law allows for the state to audit and punish municipalities that garner more than 30 percent of their revenue from traffic tickets, but it appears this particular “dirty 30″ area hasn’t been looked at too closely yet.

Perhaps that is about to change.
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Old 06-10-2015, 09:22 AM   #4976
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***** biker scared of a crazed black gang member threatening him with a gun.


delaware car in DC blocking bike lane.
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Old 06-10-2015, 09:26 AM   #4977
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the problem with citizens is getting hit by the police.

Austin officer, supervisor suspended after ?hit and run? | www.statesman.com

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An Austin police officer was suspended for 90 days, narrowly avoiding being fired, after police records show he hit a woman’s car and left the scene.

At least one police supervisor has also been suspended after the officer’s bosses failed to properly investigate, records show.

An internal affairs investigation found Officer Ryan Hancock hit the woman’s car on 15th Street near Lamar Boulevard while responding to a crash on MoPac Boulevard (Loop 1) in December. The woman called 911 to report what happened.

Hancock later told investigators that he didn’t know he was involved in a crash, “despite hearing a noise that should have registered to him that a crash might have occurred,” according to a disciplinary memo obtained Monday night. The memo said the department considered what happened as a possible “hit and run.”

The incident was captured on Hancock’s dashboard camera video, but that video was not available Monday night. In an email sent late Monday, Ken Casaday, the president of the police union, said to the membership that the crash “caused only very minor damage to the civilian’s vehicle with only a tiny bit of paint transfer to the police unit.”
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problems...

Drunk Off-Duty Cop Breaks Into Home He Thought Was His

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“It’s a mistake! I’m scared! Don’t shoot! I’m black! I’m a cop!”

These were drunken pleas that Wilmington police officer made to a homeowner after breaking into his house during a night of heavy drinking. Officer Michael Spencer had fallen asleep in his car outside a party he attended. He awoke at about 4:30am and decided it was time to go home, which would have been a great idea, if the home he tried going to was his own. Instead, he mistook another house in the neighborhood which his car was parked in for his own home, and kicked the door in.

At this point a man and woman who lived there were awoken. The woman crawled out of a window to call for help while the man grabbed his gun, which he held on Spencer until authorities arrived.

Responding officers then arrested him and charged him with criminal mischief and trespassing. The Delaware State Police are investigating the scene and refuse to comment until their report is final. Spencer, who is a corporal, is currently on ‘administrative duty’ as per departmental regulations.

This is not the first time this officer has been involved in some drunken shenanigans. Court records show that he was sued in 2010 after a drunken automobile accident. The victim of that crime alleged that Spencer also follower her home, removed his weapon and clothing, and asked her to have sex. After she refused his advances, he fell asleep, until fellow officers arrived to take him into custody.

It seems that when your job is to protect the safety and property of other people, violating people and their property during your recreational activities should disqualify you from police work. Instead Michael Spencer has been relegated to desk work where he can more effectively nurse his hangovers and find new ways to harass and endanger the public.
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this is the video of the terror suspect that "lunged" at police while bransihing a knife.



weird how the video never seems to colaborate police claims...


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At least four law enforcement officers can be seen on the video but it’s hard to make out because of the distance, when weapons were drawn, or if Rahim even had a knife in his hand. There is also no audio on the footage.

It does appear that officers do kick something away from Rahim’s body however after he hits the ground.

Family of the deceased contended, in a statement made Monday, that the video does not confirm federal official and police claims, but instead demonstrates “Rahim was breaking no laws when law enforcement attempted to restrain his liberty.”

“The video does not show Mr. Rahim possessing, holding, or brandishing a weapon of any sort, much less a knife,” the statement said. “The video does not show Mr. Rahim plotting, scheming, or planning an attack on law enforcement officers. To the contrary, the video depicts Mr. Rahim walking toward a bus stop on the way to work.”

Police say they did not approach Rahim with intentions of arresting him. Instead, police and federal agents wanted to talk to him about his “intentions” after learning he had remarked about attacking police officers.

Rahim had reportedly been under surveillance for two years. Officials claim he “liked” an ISIS-related page on Facebook, and that his social media posts demonstrated an admiration for radical Islam.

Federal officials are still reviewing the incident.
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Stop and frisk. the problem is the citizens.

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