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Old 07-01-2015, 01:32 PM   #5161
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a cop asks a man a question (aka lawful orders). the man is arrested.



all charges were dropped.

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a cop asks a man where he lives. the man now lives in jail.



got a ticket for "unauthorized road contest" while standing on the side of a road.
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Joe, what is your point with your videos?

In the first, an officer shoots someone running away from him (a video I've posted here at least twice). If this guy wanted to kill a cop, he would have done it and not after he stopped to pikc up the wallet he dropped while running away.

In the second video, a dude dressed up in body armor and told cops to come and get him. They managed to have a cop car stolen in the process and went on a wild chase to stop him.

In the third, a mentally unstable man is outside with a knife and gets shot 8 times. A good majority of Americans have IQs below 80, and even when wielding a knife in front of police, they don't expect to get filled with lead. The cop in the beginning was more concerned with enter a house without a warrant and putting a citizen in the line of fire than he was about the guy with the knife.

the fourth is mixture of cops mrudering children and other unarmed victims, as well as bad people shooting cops.




A cop walks up to a man and takes his ID...


This guy just enjoyed a pizza with a friend and was stopped by police and asked to hand over his ID. The cop takes it, this upset the guy, where he tried to leave the scene. The cop does nothing to defuse the situation, but escalates it and literally starts a fist fight with him.

All that cop wanted to do was fight.

He swoles up like a mother ****** when this guy is trying to figure out why the cop just stole his ID. Notice how the woman cop actually steps in (eventually) and just handcuffs the guy, while meathead still just wants to fistycuffs.

The police say the guy was stopped because he "had a knife", but the problem is, "having a knife" is not illegal in NYC. These cops needed RS that this guy was in possession of a classified illegal knife in order to stop him, and then you need PC in order to arrest him. What this cop did was get the guy to resist arrest and assault a police officer so they were able to get the PC they needed to arrest him with.

$20 says this guy was never charged with 265.01.

This guy's life is about to get ruined because this cop get hard-ons from power tripping. When this guy sues, he should add sexual assault to the lawsuit.
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Old 07-06-2015, 11:42 AM   #5165
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Joe, imagine if you wanted to better your ****-stink-of-a-community you have in NYC.

You open a storefront, try to raise money, and provide a place the kids can get away from the police violence on the streets.

Imagine then if one day, cops stumble upon your doorstep and, without cause or a warrant signed by a judge, broke into your community center, destroy it, then steal all the money your fundraising collected, then evict you from the building.

Imagine what it must feel like if I went to you after the fact and posted a random video of some random cop getting in a shoot out and telling you that you should have antagonized police and that's why all your efforts were for **** and they very people that should be protecting you from armed robbery were the ones committing it.

Maybe I can get in touch with Andy and have you two start communicating and you can explain to him why cops should be allowed to destroy the lives of the people/community they are sworn to protect. I'm sure he'd love to hear how you think he should be executed by firing squad because the cops think he's a gang member.

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Joe, what is your point with your videos?
I just figured you'd enjoy a few videos of police officers shooting people.

No point, really. Happy Monday.
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did you here the one about the cop that gets arrested three times, but is still employed after a few paid vacations?

"Little Miss Dangerous" NYPD Officer Arrested 3 Times In 8 Months, Still Has Job: Gothamist

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A 29-year-old NYPD officer was arrested this week after she crashed her unregistered motorcycle into two cars on Staten Island, and police found she was carrying drug paraphernalia on her. And this marks the third serious arrest for Stacey Staniland in the past eight months—and despite all these incidents, she still works for the department.
Staniland, whose helmet reads "Little Miss Dangerous," was riding a motorcycle around 11 p.m. Tuesday night on Davis Avenue according to SILive. She lost control as she turned onto Henderson Avenue, striking two vehicles waiting at a red light. When police arrived, they spotted drug paraphernalia, including a silver spoon, a syringe and drug residue, on her. She was arrested and charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance and possession of a hypodermic instrument.
Back in December 2014, Staniland was arrested for allegedly breaking into the home of her boyfriend’s mother in Elm Park and taking jewelry and selling it at pawn shops. She was arrested and charged at the time with burglary, grand larceny and criminal possession of stolen property. She was also suspended from work for 30 days without pay.
Then this past May, she was arrested after she was found high while on duty at a police facility in Brooklyn. That time, she was charged with possession of a hypodermic instrument and criminal possession of a controlled substance. and was suspended again from the force.
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did you hear cops have a dangerous job? no? Yeah, they issue bogus tickets and destroy the evidence when they are caught. Pretty scary stuff.

EXCLUSIVE: NYPD accused of destroying evidence showing cops issued bogus summonses to meet quota

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The NYPD and city lawyers are engaging in a “stunning pattern” of evidence destruction in a high-stakes class-action case alleging cops have issued 850,000 bogus summonses due to a quota system, new documents charge.

Attorneys for the city have failed to turn over even one email from the files of former Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly or former Chief of Department Joseph Esposito regarding summons activity over the last eight years, attorney Elinor Sutton writes in new filings in Manhattan Federal Court seeking sanctions against the city.

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Police Lt. Stevelle Brown, who is alleged to have implemented a quota in Queens’ 105th Precinct, has destroyed text messages in which he denied a cop time off for failing to meet goals for traffic summonses, Sutton charges.

She also points to an exchange from an officer identified only as Sgt. Carty, who sternly admonished a cop for failing to issue enough seatbelt summonses.

“We missed seat belt number by 30 last week unacceptable. if need be u guys will go with me 2 traffic stat 2 explain why u missed,” the text reads.

Lastly, Sutton has introduced emails from Capt. Andrew Benjamin, who laments the lack of arrests among his top overtime earners in the Bronx Task Force division.

“This has to stop it is ridiculous to have 50 + hours with only one arrest,” Benjamin wrote.

Sutton said lawyers obtained the three exchanges through whistleblowers or by other means. The city has been unable to obtain its own copies of the messages. That’s proof, Sutton writes, that the communications have been improperly destroyed.

“The spoliation of this evidence clearly demonstrates Defendants’ bad-faith, grossly negligent, or at least, negligent destruction of relevant documents,” Sutton writes.

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It's a sad day when you can't operate your business by theivery anymore...

Law preventing property seizures cutting into police budgets | KOB.com

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New Mexico law enforcement agencies say a new state law that prevents authorities from seizing assets from people unless they are convicted of a crime will devastate their budgets.

The Daily Times in Farmington reported Saturday that various police departments say a civil forfeiture law that took effect this month will mean less money for resources.

Under the law, police cannot seize a suspect's property unless they prove a crime occurred.

Police could previously take items for auction. The revenue funds police equipment or training.

Now, law enforcement agencies must store the items and either send them to the state Treasurer's Office or auction them locally.

But the proceeds go to the state's general fund either way.

Supporters say the law protects people who haven't been found guilty.
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judges don't like being the center of scrutiny

Florida Judge Defies First Amentment and Breaks Oath

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udge Mahon is the Interim Chief Judge of Florida’s 4th Circuit Court based in Jacksonville.

He was appointed to that position last year after serving in Florida’s legislature.

The Florida Judge issued an order this week in direct violation of the most basic American Constitutionally protected First Amendment Rights; the Rights of free speech and the Right to petition our government for redress of grievances. (complete copy at bottom)

The thin skinned Judge simultaneously banned opinion, petition and criticism in public.

His order (as recorded into public record below) specifically calls for “No speech that ‘degrade[s] or call[s] into question the integrity’ of judges on courthouse sidewalks”.

The legal specifics of why Mahon’s order defies the governing document of the land can be found within The Volokh Conspiracy’s article of the same name as seen in the Washington Post.

Florida’s Judicial Qualifications Commission requires a signed complaint form, which can be filled in electronically, then sent by mail.

Already, this illegal order has caused Law Enforcement Officers to threaten PINAC journalists with arrest for nothing more than recording from public sidewalks nearby the Jacksonville Courthouse.

How can we allow Judge to rule from on high, when he cannot understand the most basic Constitutional tenets to which he owes loyalty under oath?
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Old 07-06-2015, 03:18 PM   #5171
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fed dont like when their pointless checkpoints are shown to be pointless.


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Sophin was thrown in jail in El Paso for a whole 18 DAYS before he was released on bond.

He was first charged with “High speed flight from immigration checkpoint”, a felony which carries a sentence of up to 5 years in prison. However, this charge was dropped as it became clear that Sophin never broke the speed limit, only agents chasing him were guilty of that.

So, with one charge dismissed, the state tried a fresh approach, by charging Sophin with “Assault on a Federal Agent.”

Sophin’s firearms were also confiscated by the BATF, under the agency’s asset forfeiture program.

Eventually, when the case came to trial, Sophin was sentenced to eight months in federal prison with credit for time served. He is currently out on bond pending appeal.

During the trial, a juror explained why the decision was made to convict Sophin, despite the clear evidence that no crime was committed. “He should have to answer questions just like the rest of us,” the juror said. In other words, because he decided to stand up for his Constitutional rights, Sophin had to be made an example of.
no one HAS to answer questions...
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sworn to protect.

EXCLUSIVE: Photos show rat poison hidden in Rikers inmates? food | New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV

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The blue pellets seen in pictures obtained exclusively by PIX11 News are pellets of rat poison hidden in food served to inmates at Rikers Island. What’s more alarming is the growing number of inmates that reportedly swallowed the poison.

One photograph shows the deadly ingredient was embedded in a meatloaf sandwich. Another photo revealed the pellets mixed in with cabbage and corn.

PIX11 News obtained these exclusive photos taken in March by a corrections officer at Rikers Island.

Attorney Joann Squillace represents the now 23 inmates suing the corrections department after they were sickened.

“One of the correction officers did see [rat poison] and was quite alarmed by what he saw and took pictures of,” Squillace said.

That officer gave one of the sickened inmates a memory card with the pictures to be used as evidence. Lab results conducted by a firm Squillace hired confirmed the pellets are brodifocum.

But the corrections department won’t confirm those findings. They’ve been conducting their own investigation for nearly three months — and so has PIX11 News.

The civil suit is massive, with more than 200 pages detailing the pain suffered by the inmates who ate the pellets. One inmate said he complained of “vomiting blood and body shakes,” according to the complaint. It further alleges he was denied medical treatment.

PIX11 News has detailed a mountain of issues with patient care at Rikers.

In April, Alvin Nelson, whose family says he was refused care at Rikers, died from terminal cancer while in custody.

Rikers healthcare provider Corizon Health came under fire following a series of deaths related to inadequate medical care last year. The city is now ending Corizon’s contract at the end of the year.

These developments come amid sweeping reforms mandated by Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara, following several instances of abuse at Rikers.

As part of a settlement the city has agreed to appoint a federal monitor to oversee Rikers, install at least 7,800 new surveillance cameras and equip guards with body cameras.

“The mayor should find the courage to move our children off of Rikers immediately but ultimately shut down the entire plant,” said Glenn Martin, founder of JustLeadershipUSA.

And though the reforms are underway, Correction is still struggling to curb violence at Rikers. On Monday, three inmates were slashed in gang attacks which lead to a full lock down of all the city operated jails.
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super cop gets away with a super crime.

Former Cop Admitted to Sexually Assaulting a Toddler But This Sicko Won’t Be Going to Prison | The Free Thought Project

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In November of 2013, John Van Trump was accused of sexually assaulting a girl younger than six-years-old on or before July 2010. Since the girl was younger than six, his charge was considered a super crime.

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The details of Trump’s crimes were so heinous that they were not released publicly. We only know that Trump sexually assaulted the daughter of his former girlfriend on multiple occasions. At the time of the alleged crimes, she was 5.

The girl was 8 when Trump was finally arrested and told authorities about the horrifying occasions on which she was sexually assaulted by this monster.

Now as the girl reaches 10 years of age, the solace she once took knowing this monster could never harm her again has been stolen by a defunct system.

On June 17, John Van Trump was convicted of sexually assaulting a little girl.

However, instead of the minimum 25-year sentence he originally faced, Trump received far less time. In fact, he received no time. Trump will not serve one day in prison.

Trump was sentenced to 10 years deferred adjudication. In other words, Trump, a convicted child rapist, will avoid jail altogether after admitting to these heinous accusations.

Sexual abuse among law enforcement is the number 2 most popular complaint, second only to brutality. Many of these sex-offender cops get off with little to no punishment for their sadistic and sickening behavior. This is now one more example of the complete lack of accountability enjoyed by those on the other side of the law.
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cops shouldn't be trusted with guns, give them to children instead.

Off-Duty Deputy Drops Concealed Carry Pistol In Airsoft Course ? 10 Year Old Recovers It! | Concealed Nation

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A young boy on an airsoft course discovered a real pistol laying on the ground. Recognizing that this wasn’t an airsoft pistol like the ones other kids were using on the course, he quickly went to return it to a referee.

While he was transporting the pistol, it discharged.

Thankfully, it was pointed towards the ground when that happens. KCRA 3 reports the pistol came from an off-duty deputy misplaced his firearm. Even worse? He didn’t even realize it had gone missing until the boy returned it.

The boy who found it, Owen, described the encounter for reporters.

“We’re in the middle of an airsoft match, [what if a] kid finds this gun, he had picked it up and started using it as an airsoft gun? Someone would have died that day.”

The ten year old boy, Owen, picked up the gun and thankfully knew enough to realize it was a real firearm.

“I go to give it to the ref – or responsible adult – and it slips and it discharges.”

It’s a great thing that firearm was kept pointing at the ground.

As KCRA 3 discovered, it was from an off-duty Sacramento County deputy who dropped it from his waistband holster. He wasn’t even aware it was missing!

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this cop is a liar and a drug addict; braineack is not shocked.

Roswell officer who falsely accused Sonic employee of spitting in drink resigns; meth found in squad car | KOB.com

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The Roswell police officer who falsely accused a Sonic employee of spitting in his drink has been named as 22-year-old Christopher Ray Moreno. Moreno resigned from the police department Tuesday night after the investigation into his claims began.

Moreno was arrested Wednesday night and charged with false reporting, malicious criminal prosecution and tampering with evidence, which Roswell PD investigators say "may have been triggered by a personal issue Moreno perceived he had with the restaurant employee."

In his car they found methamphetamine, 19 syringes, three meth pipes, three marijuana pipes, a BB gun, and several other items.

Police say officers also searched Moreno’s home and found a stolen license plate.

Thus, he also faces additional charges on possession of a controlled substance, paraphernalia possession, larceny and receiving stolen property.

Police say they are investigating the circumstances in which the items ended up in his car.
Moreno had worked as a patrol officer for Roswell police for 1.5 years. He was arrested at his home Wednesday night and booked into the Chaves County Detention Center on a $5,000 surety bond.

He bonded out about 11 p.m. Wednesday night.

"It is our hope the disappointing recent transgression by one rogue police officer will not, under any circumstances, become a blanket reflection of the consistent, outstanding police work and maintenance of public safety conducted by our officers every day," Roswell Police Chief Philip Smith said.
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true story: cops become cops so they can beat and hogtie children.

New Orleans officer 'pushed, whipped and beat' a 16-year-old girl in video | Daily Mail Online

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This is the shocking footage that shows a New Orleans police officer shove a 16-year-old girl against the wall of her holding cell as he seems to strike her with handcuffs multiple times.

Officer Terrance Saulny was fired from the New Orleans Juvenile Intake Division last month after an investigation found he used 'unauthorized force' and lied about making vulgar comments towards her.

The video footage, obtained by NOLA.com through a public records request, shows that Saulny entered the girl's cell after she kicked the door repeatedly.

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Cops hate it when you celebrate 4th of july

82 shot- 15 fatally- in Chicago over holiday weekend | abc7chicago.com

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Violence in Chicago over the holiday weekend once again garnered national attention after more than 80 people were shot, at least 15 of them fatally.
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A goat walks in front of cops, he dies because not sheep.

California Man Killed After More Than Five Cops Sit on Him for "Acting Strangely" - PINAC

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A Southern California family is left searching for answers after a 25-year-old man died from cardiac arrest Thursday while “more than five officers were sitting on him.”

The Montclair Police Department was called to Christian Siqueiros’ former apartment building after a neighbor called them to report that he was “acting strangely.”

That phone call seems to have cost him his life.

When police arrived at the apartment building that Siqueiros had recently moved out of, police claim that he became “combative.” Witnesses say that at this point 5 to 8 officers began sitting on him while restraining him.

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Another witness explained that at this point he became unresponsive, and officers attempted CPR unsuccessfully. They also stated that an ambulance did not arrive on the scene for 30 minutes. He later died at the hospital.

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when you call police, people die. true story.
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"shut the **** up or ill break your ******* neck."
- police, sworn to protect you from physical harm.

Caught on camera: Dallas cop confronts teen





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In profanity-laden terms, Rossi is seen on video telling the teen what's going to happen if he doesn't shut up.

"I'll break your f***ing neck," he says in the recording, which News 8 obtained through an open records request. "You understand me? You understand me?"

The nearly four-minute video was recorded on a phone in the boy's hand. It doesn't appear the officer had any idea the teen was recording the incident.

"This is not good," said Dallas civil rights attorney Scott Palmer, who reviewed the video for WFAA. "Hopefully this is not representative of the Dallas Police Department, but this is what cell phones show. This shows what happens on the street."

Rossi lost his high-profile gig on the SWAT team after he was caught sleeping on the job two years ago. He wasn't back on patrol for long when he and the teen crossed paths last October.

Rossi and his partner were responding to a report of a 911 hang-up call. The boy told police that Rossi put his arm around him, choking him. A supervisor did not observe any injuries to the teen.

Rossi told internal investigators that he put his arm around the boy to console him.
In his statement to internal investigators, Rossi said he was using "verbal judo" to try to get information from the teen. He said that telling him he would break his neck was a "verbal technique that I've used to try to calm down people or suspects in my career with no intention of ever meaning the words I say."

In the end, no one was arrested. No one was taken to jail.

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The video shows the officers escorting the woman to the squad car. The teen follows. Rossi then turns his attention to the teen, asking if she is his mother. The teen initially says "yes," but then explains that his real mother is work. It turns out she was his stepmother.

Throughout the video, the teen speaks in a matter-of-fact tone, never using profanity with the officer.

Rossi threatens to take the teen downtown to speak to a detective if he doesn't talk with him.

"Then you're gonna go to a foster home," Rossi says in the recording. "I need to know what happened here, because right now, she's going to jail."

The teen asks why. Rossi responds that it's because she didn't listen to him.

The teen reiterates that nothing happened. Rossi asks the teen why she told him to shut up.

The teen responds: "She's telling you to shut up."

Raising his voice, Rossi then says: "No, she's telling you to shut up. I understand Spanish. OK, believe it or not, I went to school. I understand Spanish. I'm not stupid. So you want to lie to me, too? Look at me when you talk to me. OK, be a man."

The teen then tells the officer to remove his sunglasses and look him in the eye.

Clearly angered, Rossi leans in, telling the teen: "If I were you, son, I'd shut the f*** up, cause I'll break your f***ing neck. You understand me?"

Rossi tells the teen that he's under arrest.

The teen asks why, telling the officer not to touch him. The teen breaks free.

"I'm telling you right now, Get the f*** over here! Listen to me!" Rossi instructs the fleeing teen. "You're just like your mother. You're a piece of f***ing s***. You little [expletive]."

In Rossi's police report about the incident, he says the boy started to cry and he placed his arm around him to "console" him. The report did not mention that he had threatened the teen.

"I saw a lot of hostility," said Palmer, the Dallas civil rights attorney. "'Comforting' would be the last thing I would call it. There was no comfort. He was getting personal and derogatory."

Palmer said what concerns him the most is that Rossi's police report on the incident does not match what the video shows happened.

"That's what's really scary," Palmer said. "When you try to manipulate the truth, and when you think the truth isn't really going to be known, because who's going to believe this kid?"

In the end, a supervisor who was called to the scene decided that there wasn't enough evidence to arrest either of them. The woman told the sergeant that she had called the police because her car had been towed.

She soon contacted the supervisor, telling him she had video of the incident.

The teen told the sergeant that this arm and neck were sore because Rossi grabbed him.

The teen did not have any visible injuries, and the video does not clearly show how Rossi touched the teen. Rossi's partner told investigators that she did see him with his arm around the teen, but she could not hear the conversation because she was in the squad car.

In a later statement to internal investigators, Rossi said he threatened to break the teen's neck because he had been rude with him, and he was trying to regain control of the scene. Rossi said he placed his arm around the teen "in a hugging manner." He denied entering false information on his report.

"There was never any malice or intent on my part," he wrote. "All I want(ed) to do is find out what had occurred on this particular call. Could I (have) handled this particular situation differently, 'yes, but this is a job that if you don't show your control at the scene things can get very ugly."

He said if the woman and the boy had "just told the truth from the beginning this would have been just another 911 call."

Rossi is back at work at the city's North Central patrol station — the same area where the October 2014 confrontation occurred.
3 day suspension! that'll teach him!
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