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Old 07-30-2015, 10:55 AM   #5401
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oh looky here.

uk cops aren't a bunch of violent ******** that only take up law enforcement as a career in order to get away with murders.


in this video the guy actually runs at cops swinging a knife and no one died, nor got injured. imagine that.

maybe if we started training our police that they arent gods...
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Already been shot? then why the hell are you calling police?!

?Deal with it yourself,? dispatcher tells 911 caller helping gunshot victim | Toronto Star

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A teenager who called police but was told by a dispatcher to “deal with it yourself” before being hung up on said Wednesday she was panicked about a friend being shot but stayed as calm as possible.

Esperanza Quintero, 17, said she wished dispatcher Matthew Sanchez had done more to help after her friend, Jaydon Chavez-Silver, was shot in June. He later died.

In the recording, Quintero snaps at Sanchez for repeatedly asking whether Chavez-Silver is breathing.

“I don’t understand how much more I could have stayed calm,” Quintero said. “It was upsetting at the time but I didn’t have a choice. What more could I have done?”

Quintero told KOAT-TV in Albuquerque that she tried to stop the 17-year-old Chavez-Silver from bleeding and gave him CPR.

“I am keeping him alive!” Quintero is heard saying on the emergency call.

Sanchez asks, “Is he not breathing?”

The caller responds, “Barely!”

The caller is then heard frantically encouraging Chavez-Silver to keep breathing.

“One more breath! One more breath!” Quintero tells him. “There you go Jaydon. One more breath! There you go Jaydon. Good job! Just stay with me, OK? OK?”

Sanchez then asks again, “Is he breathing?”

Quintero responded, “He is barely breathing, how many times do I have to (expletive) tell you?”

“OK, you know what ma’am? You can deal with it yourself. I am not going to deal with this, OK?” the dispatcher says.

It seemed from the tape that Sanchez hung up on the caller in mid-sentence.
“No, my friend is dying,” she said as the call ended.

Sanchez resigned Tuesday, a day after the recording of the call was released.


Fire Department spokeswoman Melissa Romero said Sanchez had dispatched an ambulance to the scene before he hung up and that it arrived less than five minutes after it was sent.

Sanchez was employed by the department for 10 years and was a firefighter before being assigned to a dispatcher job. It was unclear why the change was made or if he had any previous disciplinary actions against him.

Chavez-Silver’s mother, Nicole Chavez, said the family is heartbroken after hearing the recording.

“It was like a nightmare coming back all over again and hearing our son fight for his life in the background,” Chavez said. “I am deeply upset with the dispatcher, his behaviour and response on the call was completely unacceptable.”

The family said Chavez-Silver, a recent high school graduate, had enlisted in the U.S. air force.

No arrests have been made in the killing.
to be fair she dispatched ems.
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speeding cop causes horrible accident because he's a ******* cop (ie moron)


Just because you have flashy lights, doesnt mean you can just plow into cars that are in your way...
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Cops at work:


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In the, ahh, Family Dollar store right now... I need the, ahh, two Natives [American] identified.

But, ahh, just make up a reason that somebody called them in suspicious sitting in the lot there."
I can hear Joe P now: Just follow the law and you have nothing to worry about.
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I can hear Joe P now: Just follow the law and you have nothing to worry about.
Close. You can follow the law while being a dick about it and still get your *** kicked by an overzealous police officer.

The key is to not be a dick. Even mass-murderers who aren't a dick get treated well by their arresting officers. Sometimes they even get a free lunch from Burger King.

Cops Buy Charleston Church Shooter Dylann Roof Burger King After His Arrest | Alternative
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no, that was because he was white and killed a bunch of black people... saved the cop the bullets.


Not being dicks, minding their own business:






police went on a "kill everyone in trucks" rampage that day.


keep in mind they were looking for a black male driving a gray 2005 Nissan Titan pickup with the plate: 7X03191 or 8D83987.

so naturally the unleashed hell on two women driving a blue pickup and a white guy driving a honda.


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Officials say both vehicles matched the description of the suspect vehicle. Police have confirmed that the occupants of the vehicles are not related to the Dorner case. LAPD Chief Charlie Beck said of the first shooting during today’s news conference, “Tragically, we believe this was a case of mistaken identity by the officers,” according to City News Service. Beck added that the vehicle was being driven “in the area of one of our primary protection details, one of the people that was under the most serious level of threat.” He continued, “The LAPD officers assigned observed a vehicle matching the suspect’s vehicle driving down the street with the lights turned out.” And they opened fire on the vehicle.
#lightsoutdontshoot


wanna guess what the punishment for these cops were who sent completely innocent (now multi-millionaries) people to the hospital?
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no punishment. but they had to sit through "special training" classes.
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more cops shooting at people NEXT to them in cars.

Cop Shoots and Kills Unarmed Teenager During Sting Operation Over a Bag of Marijuana | Alternet

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Zachary Hammond, 19, was shot to death through an open side window by a police officer assisting in the sting operation. While real crimes were happening elsewhere, this cop and an undercover agent were setting people up for selling a plant that actually happens to be legal in many other states.

“According to the account of the incident given to media by Police Chief John Covington, the officer “fired two shots in self-defense” as Zachary “drove his vehicle directly at the officer” in the back parking lot of Hardee’s restaurant on U.S. 123.

Covington said Tuesday that the car was turning toward the officer and he was in its path. The officer fired through the driver’s side window to keep the car from hitting him as it approached from an angle, the chief said.”

Instead of getting out of the way, the officer felt that it was more important to shoot the driver to death than let that dangerous bag of marijuana threaten the public. Irony at its most tragic.

If you are in front of a car, that is going to run you over, how do you manage to fire through a side window?

The incident is par for the course in South Carolina where, according to the Post and Courier, “one in four police shootings in South Carolina involve cops firing at or into vehicles.”

Officers repeatedly claim that vehicles are heading toward them, causing them to “fear for their lives,” but an investigative report from earlier in the year “…found that in case after case officers fired into the sides of vehicles as they were speeding away.”

The fact that Zachary was shot through the side window in the upper left torso and collarbone/shoulder area suggests that the car was, indeed, driving past the officer.

Thus far, it is not known if the shooting was captured on video. Dashcam footage has been given to investigators and is being requested by the Post and Courier under the state’s open records act. It would not be surprising if video emerges that proves the police account to be false, just like in the case of Dubose and so many others.
HE"S GETTING AWAY!!!! QUICK SHOOT HIM AND LIE ABOUT IT LATER!
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Old 07-31-2015, 11:07 AM   #5410
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wnat to become a criminal?

wear a badge.

it literally pays to be a criminal, and not even a good one.

South Florida Cops Collect Millions of Dollars, Making Zero Arrests During Money Laundering "Sting Operation" - PINAC

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In the United States, it is a crime to launder money for illegal drug cartels.

But in Florida, when the Bal Harbour Police Department and Glades County Sheriff’s Office launder $71.5 million for drug cartels, collect millions in commission, and don’t arrest anyone, it’s called a “sting operation.”

But were the officers posing as money launderers or were they just money launderers?

After picking up dirty cash, agents delivered the money to Miami-Dade storefronts, wired cash to banks in China and Panama and collected a three percent commission fee adding up to a reported $2.4 million.

Between 2010 and 2012, the inappropriately named “Tri-County Task Force” supposedly passed on information to federal agencies leading to the seizure of almost $30 million – less than half of what they helped to launder – and claim their information led to 200 arrests.

But they have no records of those arrests.
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Cop logic: I wouldnt have lied to get away with a crime if I had seen the video first.

derp. yeah you would have tried to cover up the video...

Chief Seeks to Fire Officer Charged with Perjury | Glenview, IL Patch

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An attorney for James Horn - the Glenview police officer charged with felony perjury - said Horn would have given a truthful testimony during the 2014 drug trial of Glenview resident Joseph Sperling had he been able to see the video prior to trial.

Attorney Daniel Herbert told the the village Board of Fire and Police Commissioners Horn would have been able to correct his testimony during a hearing on Police Chief William Fitzpatrick’s request to fire Horn in connection with allegations he lied on the stand during a 2014 Chicago drug trial, according to the Chicago Tribune.

“Officer Horn made a mistake when he testified. It happens all the time,” Herbert said.

Fitzpatrick’s motion asks for Horn’s termination on the grounds that he violated department regulations by making false or untrue statements, violated the constitutional rights of others and behaved with “conduct unbecoming a Glenview police officer.”

Horn and three Chicago police officers are charged with felony perjury in connection with the 2013 drug arrest of Glenview resident Joseph Sperling and the 2014 trial in which a video of the arrest surfaced that contradicted the testimony of Horn and the other three.

Horn had been put on paid leave by the department. He has been on unpaid leave since July 2, when the perjury charge was levied against him by State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez.

After two nights of testimony, Horn’s future as a Glenview police officer is now in the hands of the board.
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wanna kill your annoying kid and get away with it?

wield a gavel, then pretend it was an accident.

Police Let Judge Off With No Arrest After He Admitted to Leaving 2-yo Son in Car Until He Died | The Free Thought Project

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On Friday, the Hot Springs Fire Department responded to an emergency call about a 2-year-old boy who was left in a car. Tragically, when they arrived on the scene, there was nothing they could do to save him.

The 2-year-old boy’s name was Thomas Naramore, the son of Garland County circuit judge Wade Naramore. Thomas was pronounced dead on the scene.

According to the Hot Springs Police, earlier that day Naramore had picked his son up from daycare and driven him home. Instead of getting him out of the car, however, Naramore admitted to forgetting about Thomas, for four hours.

...

According to reports, Naramore was never arrested, and the police are conducting an investigation. The lack of arrest comes in spite of the fact that Naramore admitted to leaving his son in the car for four hours; a confession to a minimum of negligent homicide.

The family is certainly in a lot of distress and are grief stricken. However, the failure by the Hot Springs police to make an arrest in this situation shows an appalling level of special treatment for Naramore, likely because of his judge status.
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cops enjoy firing on cars. cars are the new dogs.

Man shot by Brooklyn Park police wins $2.85 million settlement - KMSP-TV

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The city of Brooklyn Park will pay nearly $3 million in a settlement with a man shot by police at a Valentine’s Day party in 2014. Shoua Yang was shot 3 times by Officer Jason Chadbourne, leaving him with a massive scar and criminal charges that would later be defeated in court.

Attorneys representing both sides confirm a settlement of $2.85 million was signed Wednesday.

Yang was initially charged with second-degree felony assault, which carries a prison sentence of 1 to 7 years. Lead attorney Bob Bennett said Yang’s acquittal on the criminal charges was a springboard for the civil lawsuit and settlement.

Case background

The criminal charges said Brooklyn Park police saw 3 men run into a car outside of the Buasavanh Restaurant and Banquet Hall. The officers allegedly yelled at the men to stop and talk, but the driver put the car in reverse and drove toward Officer Chadbourne at a high speed. That's when he fired multiple times.

The other side of the story was revealed in the civil lawsuit, which says Yang never knew the police were in the parking lot on that dark, snowy night. According to the lawsuit, "Chadbourne shut the squad's camera and his microphone off at some point,” although it later turned back on. The suit says "Brooklyn Park police policy mandates […] officers utilize the devices to record all stops and contacts with the public."

Why the city settled

For the city of Brooklyn Park, the $2.85 million settlement was a bargain compared to what could have been a much larger jury verdict.

“The city of Brooklyn Park and its insurer the League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust conducted a full risk analysis of this case and determined that settlement would avoid exposing the city to a potentially large jury verdict and substantial attorney’s fees and costs,” attorney Jason Hiveley said in a statement. “In exchange for a dismissal of his suit, the city and LMCIT will pay Shoua Yang $2.85 million which is covered by insurance.”

Officer Chadbourne remains on paid administrative leave pending an employment hearing.
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Think this cop, who murdered someone for no reason, would have changed his story if he knew he was on camera?? Or maybe just not have murdered someone?

nah.

Guilty! Fed law officer faces 20 years for obstructing justice in off-duty killing - MyNewsLA.com

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A deputy U.S. marshal was convicted Thursday of obstruction of justice for making false statements to Los Angeles police detectives about a fatal shooting he was involved in seven years ago.

Matthew Itkowitz was acquitted of a second obstruction count.

The lawman faces a possible maximum of 20 years in federal prison at an Oct. 19 sentencing hearing.

The conviction stems from intentionally misleading comments Itkowitz made to investigators following the March 5, 2008 shooting of Ryan Gonzalez in a dark alley near Melrose Avenue.

Itkowitz fatally shot the 26-year-old Gonzalez after the victim intervened in an argument between the off-duty deputy marshal and his wife.

Twelve hours after the shooting, Itkowitz falsely described to detectives with the LAPD’s Robbery-Homicide Division the sequence of events that led to the killing.

Itkowitz told the detectives that he pulled his weapon in self-defense after Gonzalez punched him in the face and threatened him with a gun.

Unaware that a surveillance recording existed, Itkowitz falsely claimed that he “popped up” and shot Gonzalez immediately after being knocked to the ground, at his first opportunity to draw his weapon, while the victim had a gun pointed at him, according to federal prosecutors.

The surveillance footage, which was played and analyzed for the jury, told a different story, prosecutors said.

In the video, Gonzalez and Itkowitz are seen fighting when Gonzalez pulls out what appears to be a small gun and points the firearm at Itkowitz. Itkowitz appears to brush the weapon aside, and Gonzalez puts the gun away as the two men talk before parting and walking away from each other. Instead of shooting in self-defense, as Itkowitz told investigators, the deputy marshal doesn’t fire until after the two men had begun heading in separate directions, suggesting that Gonzalez — who no longer appeared have a gun in his hand — did not pose the immediate threat the lawman claimed.

As Gonzalez walked toward the tattoo parlor he managed, Itkowitz was seen in the video apparently taking a gun from his pants and holding it behind his right leg.

Gonzalez then turned back toward Itkowitz and apparently motioned for him to leave, and when he didn’t, Gonzalez walked back in Itkowitz’s direction.

He was about a dozen feet away when Itkowitz raised his gun and fired, according to prosecutors. They said the off-duty marshal shot Gonzalez five times while chasing him down the alley.


At least two rounds struck Gonzalez in the back, autopsy results showed.
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beatdown vicitim actually allowed to sue his assaulters.

Ferguson Prisoner Beaten by Cops Has Won His Appeal - The Daily Beast

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The Ferguson cops charged Henry Davis with destruction of property because he bled on their uniforms when they beat him.

Then, as if fearing it might be outdone in ridiculousness, a federal district court ruled that Davis could not sue the cops for violating his Fourth Amendment rights because they had not injured him badly enough as he lay handcuffed on the jailhouse floor, a working man arrested on a traffic warrant in a case of mistaken identity.

“As unreasonable as it may sound, a reasonable officer could have believed that beating a subdued and compliant Mr. Davis while causing only a concussion, scalp lacerations and bruising with almost no permanent damage did not violate the Constitution,” the district court ruled in tossing out the case.

Davis appealed and his attorney James Schottel responded to absurdity with legal reasoning. He argued that the decisive factor was not the seriousness of Davis’s injuries but the nature of the officers’ actions.

The district court had ruled that the officers enjoyed “official immunity” because they “acted within their discretion and caused only de minimis [slight] injuries.”

Schottel contended that official immunity “does not apply to discretionary acts done in bad faith or with malice.”

The appeals court could not have been clearer in its response on Tuesday.

“We agree.”

The court went on to say, “That an officer’s conduct caused only de minimis injuries does not necessarily establish the absence of malice or bad faith as a matter of law.
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Fired Denver police officer James Medina to get his job back - The Denver Post

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A Denver Police Department officer should be reinstated after he was fired for using excessive force against a female suspect inside a holding cell because city officials violated his right to due process during the disciplinary process, a civil service hearing officer ruled.

The hearing officer, Terry Tomsick, ruled Wednesday that Patrolman James Medina instead should serve a 60-day suspension and be on probation for two years, according to Tomsick's written order.

Medina, who was fired in March, also should receive back pay to June 3, Tomsick's order said.

Denver's Department of Public Safety will appeal Tomsick's decision, meaning Medina will not return to work until the dispute is resolved, said Daelene Mix, a department spokeswoman.

Tomsick found sufficient evidence that Medina had violated five department policies, including inappropriate force and duty to report use of force.

However, the city erred when Jess Vigil, the Department of Public Safety's deputy director, decided to increase the severity of Medina's punishment by firing him without warning, Tomsick ruled.

Police Cmdr. Michael Battista, acting on behalf of Chief Robert White, had recommended consecutive 30-day suspensions and two years of probation, Tomsick's order said. Medina had never been advised that termination was on the table.

The situation was "muddied by having the deputy director inadvertently become the judge, jury and executioner," Tomsick wrote.

However, the police commander never should have recommended that punishment because it did not fall within established disciplinary guidelines, Mix said. Under those guidelines, Medina should have faced a minimum 90-day suspension and a maximum of termination.
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hate art? be a cop and hold people up at gunpoint over a painting.

VIDEO: FBI raids controversial Cleveland store Biggie's - newsnet5.com Cleveland

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FBI agents raided a controversial local gas station on Tuesday.

newsnet5.com reached out to Abe Ayad, the owner of Biggie's.

Ayad shared surveillance video of the moment the agents burst into his Cleveland store.

Ayad said he demanded a warrant from agents, but didn't receive one.

He also said once FBI agents made it to the back of the store, they shut off his cameras.


In April, there were several complaints about a mural at the gas station. Some of the images involve President Obama and Jesus.

The city told Ayad to shrink the images.

"They can’t arrest me. For what?” said Ayad. “2009 they raided me too. No charges. They gave me back my guns, they kept my money and then they gave me back my money minus the coin collection, which was valued over $3 million.”

Ayad said he doesn’t blame the FBI because they're following orders.

newnset5.com reached out to the FBI, who wouldn't comment.
video of the no-warrant, no-laws-broken, no-crimes-suspected, guns-drawn, raid over a mural in link.
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think think cop would have told a different story had he seen or even knew he was on camera?

i feel like im repeating myself.

of course, no themes.

Busted: Video shows Georgia cop slammed elderly black man?s head on concrete and lied about it

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Former Georgia police officer was indicted this week after cell phone video showed that he lied to justify force against a 69-year-old black man who was moving into his new home.

While responding to a suspected burglary call on May 2 with at least three other officers, then-Clayton County police officer Ryan Hall said that he attempted to arrest 69-year-old Dhoruba Bin-Wahad because he “lied” about a second burglar being in the home.

Although the “fellow burglar” turned out to be another police officer, Hall claimed Bin-Wahad was “uncooperative and verbally argumentative.”

But cell phone video recorded by witnesses showed that Hall did not have justification when he slammed Bin-Wahad’s head into the concrete.

“I felt like I was humiliated in front of all my neighbors or whoever was watching,” Bin-Wahad recalled. “They might have thought I was a criminal or someone the police followed to this residence, so I didn’t want to move in.”

Hall was fired by Clayton County after cell photo video emerged showing that he lied to justify his use of force. On Wednesday, a grand jury indicted Hall on a misdemeanor charge of battery against the elderly. Bond was set at $2,000.

“I know I should feel vindicated, but sadly I feel humbled in a way because at one point I didn’t want to move into the house anymore,” Bin-Wahad explained.

A second grand jury will determine whether Hall will face charges for falsifying a police report. Attorneys for Bin-Wahad have also filed formal charges against three other officers who responded to the call on May 2.

“I don’t think he understands the full significance of what he did, and he probably believes in his mind that he was right,” Bin-Wahad noted this week.
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cop caught breaking the law. prevents citizen to conduct investigation.


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UPDATE 3-17-14 Finally got another one of these tickets into a courtroom today. And pretty much the same thing happened as what happened to the ticket I received in this video, i.e. they weaseled out of it and found a way to dismiss the ticket and make it go away. This time the judge told me first that he had read my brief. Then he told me that no officer's narrative report had been submitted, and without it the state had no case to proceed on. Going to have to look into that, every time I've been in court before the ticket itself was plenty to proceed on. And I had made several discovery requests for the narrative, so WSP was pretty clearly hiding things.

I told the judge I wanted to waive that issue and let the case proceed without the narrative report. No such luck. Will wonders never cease?

So I've been shot down again, but this isn't over. I'm going to look into the lawsuit route now. And until I'm able to fix this problem, I might just decide to cash in on it myself and go into the expert witness business.
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