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Old 10-07-2013, 12:23 PM   #521
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Braineack - Are you getting some sort of financial compensation for posting some of these links? At least a few of them have nothing to do with the "warrior cops" from what I can tell.

For example, the cop who hit the pedestrian or the drunk driving cop or even the last one where the pursuing cop crashed into another car.


Maybe you should have a separate thread for " 's Cops Behaving Badly?"
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I just post about bad cops; warriors or not, they are out of control.
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Woman Says She Called 911 for an Ambulance for Her Fiancé, Cops Came and Shot Him Instead - Hit & Run : Reason.com

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Jack Lamar Roberson was shot and killed by police in his home on Friday afternoon in Waycross, Georgia. According to local TV station First Coast News, his fiancée Alcia Herron called 911 for an ambulance after becoming worried about diabetes medication Roberson had taken. Cops claim Roberson was brandishing two weapons (not identified by police, though the mayor said he was told it was a knife) and came toward them “aggressively armed”. Police also say they were informed Roberson had attempted to commit suicide and was being combative while on their way to his residence. His mother and his fiancée both witnessed the shooting, and their 8-year-old daughter was apparently in the home too.

"He didn't have nothing in his hands at any time or period at all before they came, any time while they were here, anything. They just came in and shot him. He didn't say nothing, the police didn't say nothing, anything, it was like a silent movie. You couldn't hear anything, all you could hear were the gun shots go off and I seen them going into his body and he just fell down," cried Alcia Herron, Roberson's fiance.

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America's police are looking more and more like the military | Michael Shank and Elizabeth Beavers | Comment is free | theguardian.com

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America's streets are looking more and more like a war zone. Last week, in a small county in upstate New York with a population of roughly 120,000 people, county legislators approved the receipt of a 20-ton Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicle, donated by the US Defense Department to the county sheriff.

Between the Armored Personnel Carriers locking down main streets in major American cities – mimicking our MRAPs in Afghanistan – or Special Weapons and Tactics (Swat) and Special Forces units canvassing our country, if we're not careful, this militarization of our domestic policing will make-over America, and fast.

Here's how it all happened. A little-known Pentagon program has been quietly militarizing American police forces for years. A total of $4.2bn worth of equipment has been distributed by the Defense Department to municipal law enforcement agencies, with a record $546m in 2012 alone.

In the fine print of the National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 1997, the "1033 program" was born. It allows the Defense Department to donate surplus military equipment to local police forces.
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Cops. Cash. Cocaine. How Sunrise police make millions selling drugs. - Sun Sentinel

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SUNRISE — Police in this suburban town best known for its sprawling outlet mall have hit upon a surefire way to make millions. They sell cocaine.


...It also has covered huge overtime payments for the officers who work the undercover stings. The Sun Sentinel obtained city payroll data and found a dozen undercover narcotics officers since 2010 have collectively earned $1.2 million in overtime. A sergeant who has run the stings collected more than $240,000 in overtime during that three-and-a-half year period...
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A Pennsylvania cop responding to a report of an accident refused to talk to the citizen unless his friend turned off the camera.

The citizen insisted on his friend recording, so Lancaster police officer Philip Bernot walked back to his car and drove off, refusing to take the report.

The citizen said he called the desk sergeant to complain, but was told it is a departmental policy not to be recorded.

A departmental policy has to be in writing, so will someone please call them and ask for a copy while recording the conversation?

If you live in a two-party consent state, which you can find out through this link, inform them that you’re recording and just start asking them questions.

The audio in the video is inaudible, but the citizen posted the following on Youtube, including the number to the Lancaster Police Department:

Lancaster PA, I woman hit my car and walked away laughing. I called the police. When they arrived the officer, Philip Bernot. Told me that it was illegal to film police and refused to speak to me on camera. All I wanted to do was file a report for my insurance. I called the desk sergeant who told me that it is the Lancaster PD’s policy not to allow their officers to be filmed. He then proceeded to hang up the phone on me when I told him to send an officer willing to due his job and not violate the law. This is a violation of Federal and Pennsylvania Law. Please call the Lancaster PA police department at (717) 735-3300 and ask them why their policy violates the 1st amendment.
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Seattle man left homeless after crack bust by cop later fired for dishonesty wants state to pay up - seattlepi.com

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A Seattle man who lost it all after his arrest by a King County sheriff’s deputy later fired for dishonesty may now be among the first of Washington’s wrongly convicted to get back a piece of what was taken from him.

James Simmons was a well-paid IT contractor in November 2006 when King County Deputy James Schrimpsher arrested him on suspicions he’d seen Simmons dealing cocaine at a University District bus stop. A King County jury subsequently convicted the 53-year-old of dealing cocaine.

Three months later, Schrimpsher – who’d been assigned to police King County Metro buses – was fired for dishonesty related to another U-District drug arrest. Schrimpsher is now a detective with the Algona Police Department; speaking Thursday, Schrimpsher said he stands by "every arrest" he made as a deputy.

Schrimpsher’s dishonesty cost him a job. The ex-deputy’s testimony cost Simmons that and more.

Jailed for a year, Simmons lost his security clearance and, with it, his work. The felony drug conviction ruined friendships and set him on a path that ultimately ended with him homeless on Seattle’s streets.

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Simmons has since been exonerated following a series of appeals. Now, he may become one of the first former inmates wrongly convicted in Washington to be paid for his hard time under a new state law.

Enacted in May after winning unanimous approval from the Legislature, the law allows exonerated ex-cons to collect $50,000 for each year they were incarcerated and $25,000 for each year under Department of Corrections supervision, as well as attorney fees and, in some cases, college tuition waivers. The amount paid by the state jumps to $100,000 a year if the inmate was housed on death row.
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"Texas cops broke into an elderly woman's house without a warrant to arrest her on bogus marijuana charges, and filmed it for a constable's YouTube reality show, the 61-year-old woman claims in court." Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian of The Young Turks discuss.
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James Simmons was a well-paid IT contractor in November 2006 when King County Deputy James Schrimpsher arrested him on suspicions he’d seen Simmons dealing cocaine at a University District bus stop. A King County jury subsequently convicted the 53-year-old of dealing cocaine.

Three months later, Schrimpsher – who’d been assigned to police King County Metro buses – was fired for dishonesty related to another U-District drug arrest. Schrimpsher is now a detective with the Algona Police Department; speaking Thursday, Schrimpsher said he stands by "every arrest" he made as a deputy.
How does that happen? How do you get fired from a police department for a form of corruption (and/or incompetence) and then get hired by another police department?

This thread makes me so irritated.
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that probably looks good on your application...
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Old 10-09-2013, 09:11 AM   #531
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LiveLeak.com - Scumbag Judge Caught Dismissing Her Own Tickets!

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Scumbag Judge Caught Dismissing Her Own Tickets!
District Justice Kelly S. Ballentine removed from the bench and arrested for 9 felonies.

Read more at LiveLeak.com - Scumbag Judge Caught Dismissing Her Own Tickets!
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Video of St. Louis drug arrest stirs controversy : News

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Public defender Mary Fox said a judge’s recent decision to throw out evidence in a drug case provides landmark confirmation that St. Louis police sometimes plant evidence on suspects.

Prosecutors insisted it was no such thing, and stood by the word of the decorated officer whose testimony was at issue.

The police union said it shows that patrol car dashboard cameras, increasingly common in the city, can distort the truth.
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Dozen DUI cases dropped in fallout over fired Tampa police sergeant | Tampa Bay Times

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TAMPA — One of the accused was spotted driving down Kennedy Boulevard just before midnight with her headlights off.

Another blew at twice the alcohol level for conviction of drunken driving. Two more were pulled over after driving the wrong way on one-way streets.

Twelve people facing drunken driving charges in Tampa now have something else in common: Their cases have been dropped because former Tampa police DUI Sgt. Ray Fernandez was involved.

Fernandez, a 19-year veteran of the department, was fired last month after an internal investigation determined he misused his authority, likely destroyed evidence and lied about a DUI setup scandal still playing out.
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Cops Go Undercover at High School to Bust Special-Needs Kid for Pot: Why Are Police So Desperate to Throw Kids in Jail? | Alternet

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Californians Doug and Catherine Snodgrass are suing their son’s high school for allowing undercover police officers to set up the 17-year-old special-needs student for a drug arrest.

In a video segment on ABC News, they say they were "thrilled" when their son -- who has Asperger's and other disabilities and struggled to make friends -- appeared to have instantly made a friend named Daniel.

“He suddenly had this friend who was texting him around the clock,” Doug Snodgrass told ABC News. His son had just recently enrolled at Chaparral High School.

"Daniel," however, was an undercover cop with the Riverside County Sheriff's Department who " hounded" the teenager to sell him his prescription medication. When he refused, the undercover cop gave him $20 to buy him weed, and he complied -- not realizing the guy he wanted to befriend wanted him behind bars.

In December, the unnamed senior was arrested along with 21 other students from three schools, all charged with crimes related to the two officers' undercover drug operation at two public schools in Temecula, California (Chaparral and Temecula Valley High School). This March, Judge Marian H. Tully ruled that Temecula Valley Unified School District could not expel the student, and had in fact failed to provide him with proper services.

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Boise ID Police 10/08/13 - (208) 570-6000 -

SGT Sperry grabs hold of my arm at 0:50. It does not show in the video but at 10:35 she admits to it and says she is allowed to do it.

I was observing Boise Police from a distance of about 50-60ft. The officer confronts me demanding ID and wanting to pat me down. I refuse all advances from her but at one point she firmly grabs my arm and pulls on it. After a discussion with various officers we go our separate ways.

I'm not sure what the stop was about. I was just doing routine observation of the situation and she did not like me watching.

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Use of Taser on 8-year-old girl justified, Pierre police say

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Police Chief Bob Grandpre said three officers responded Friday night to a report of a suicidal 8-year-old girl who had stabbed herself in the leg. She was holding a 4 ½-inch knife to her chest when officers arrived and refused to put it down, he said.

One officer took a step toward the child but stopped when she turned the knife toward him.

“She immediately put the knife back at her chest,” the chief said.

That’s when an officer deployed his Taser, with prongs hitting her chest and stomach. Emergency medical personnel soon arrived and checked the child, he said, who was taken to a hospital and placed on a 24-hour hold. The child had no stab wounds on her leg, he said.

The chief is reviewing the incident, but the officer — whose name was not released — still is on the job. Grandpre said the Taser was the least forceful way to get the child under control.
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Video Captures Cop's Alleged Excessive Force | NBC Chicago

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By Marcus Riley | Thursday, Oct 10, 2013 | Updated 2:43 AM CDTView Comments (150) | Email | Print





Watch surveillance video of an incident that led Cassandra Feuerstein to file a lawsuit against the Skokie Police Department. She claims she was assaulted while in custody after she was arrested for DUI. Feuerstein's attorney Torri Hamilton describes the incident.

Cassandra Feuerstein, 47, was arrested for DUI after officers found her pulled over at the side of the road and asleep behind the wheel.

But Feuerstein claims her civil rights were violated after she was taken to the police station.

Surveillance video portrays a calm scene as Feuerstein interacts with an officer until she says she asked to call her husband and kids.

Officer Michael Hart called her out of the cell, and less than 20 seconds later, the video shows Hart throwing the 110-pound woman back into the cell, launching her face-first into a cement bench.

The rest of the video shows two other officers assisting her as she bled on the floor.
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Trash trap In Montgomery County under investigation - DC News FOX 5 DC WTTG

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Colby Prevost got snared Tuesday, when he tried to take two small bikes left in front of house on Dennis Avenue in Silver Spring.

He thought they were there for the taking.

"A woman from the county asked for my drivers license and said what I was doing is illegal," Prevost says.

And then the Code Enforcement Officer slapped him with a $100 citation.What disturbed Prevost most, is he says the worker got back in her truck and parked at the school across the street to wait for more people to try and pick up the bikes, or maybe a grill, that was also left there.

Prevost says the owners of the house, said they didn't own any of the items, and never called the County to have it picked up.

"Someone from the county, came here around noon, and told my dad they were putting the stuff out there, to catch people trying to take some of it," Resident Fareema Uddin says.

Her dad says several people came to the house asking if the bikes and grill belonged to them.

"I think it's wrong how they did that," Helal Uddin says.

So does the Chief of Collections, Robin Ennis, who has launched an internal investigation.

"That is not our policy.The person who did this will be dealt with. We don't entrap people," Ennis says.

Ennis says Montgomery County is one of two localities in Maryland with a law prohibiting scavenging through other people's trash and recyclables and the fine is $100. It's also illegal in Baltimore City.

Prevost says the Code Enforcement Officer who wrote him a ticket told her she's gotten 120 citations doing it that way. Those tickets are now under review.
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Cops Are Now Less Cautious Than Soldiers In Iraq » CounterPunch: Tells the Facts, Names the Names

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The shooting on Capitol Hill of Miriam Carey, an unarmed woman who refused police commands to stop her car, was a familiar situation for any veteran of the Iraq War, with one significant difference — rather than moving through a progressive escalation of force while attempting to defuse the situation, Capitol Hill police officers went straight for their firearms and shot to kill. Since returning from my service as an Army combat medic in Baghdad six years ago, I have watched American police become more aggressively violent than my fellow soldiers and I were ever trained to be.
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To the 20% at the Pasadena Texas Police Department as well as every department in the state of Texas. You are not above the law. You will be held accountable by the men and wemen of the State of Texas. Your disrespect towards the public, ie: harassment/name calling, non emergency speeding and disregard for the traffic laws citizens are held accountable and fined for, On duty and off duty officers in squad cars racing/exhibition of acceleration down public roadways, wasting the fuel the citizens provide to carry out their jobs, employees surfing the net harassing citizens while on the job to name a few. Will no longer be tolerated. I encourage EVERY citizen in the state and country to publicly document infractions by the 20% in their local PD and city government. The 20% will no longer ruin the reputation of the 80%. The time for accountability is now.

4.22.11 While filming a accident scene in front of my home I was harassed by the Pasadena police department. A man flipped his truck on a residential street where the speed limit is 35 MPH. People constantly speed on this road and the police rarely patrol the area. I intended to document the accident to present to the city and maybe get officers to patrol the area for speeders and crooks more often. I have already requested that officers patrol the area more frequently on another occasion when my vehicle was burglarized. In that instance the officer taking the report treated me as if I had done something wrong. While shooting this video in front of my house the police soon turned their attention towards me for shooting video and informed me they don't like it when people video. I was doing nothing wrong. I'm sorry but they video the public all the time. The entire video is aprox. 30 min. long but I have edited it down to the moments of contact to spare viewers of boredom. Thanks for watching.

Update 10.3.11 Presumed harassment once again in the public domain by Pasadena Texas Employee most likely on the public dime. User pmroch1 presumed employee of the Pasadena Texas Police Department. Comments and profile have been deleted by user pmroch1. Paula Michelle Rocha.
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