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Old 08-06-2015, 10:03 AM   #5481
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rapist, has domestic issues. par for course.


Former Deputy Indicted After Police Say He Shot His Neighbor - WSET.com - ABC13

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Franklin County, VA - A former Henry County deputy accused of shooting his neighbor back in May has been indicted by a grand jury.

The grand jury handed up a True Bill against 27-year-old Joshua Nash on Monday.

Nash is accused of shooting his 60-year-old neighbor, Eric Eysenbach.

Nash was indicted on charges including malicious wounding, larceny, and shooting in an occupied dwelling.

Eysenbach was treated for non-life threatening injuries.

Investigators say Nash was heavily intoxicated.
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rapists on the warpath. par for course.

One deputy suspected in beating is fired, four others have resigned | Ocala.com

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Five Marion County sheriff's deputies investigated in connection with the alleged beating of a drug suspect during an arrest in Marion Oaks last August no longer work for the department.

One of them, Jesse Terrell, was fired on Monday.

The other four — James Amidei, Trevor Fitzgerald, Adam Crawford and Cody Hoppel — submitted their resignations during the month of July.

All five had been suspended without pay since MCSO supervisors reviewed a surveillance video showing the Aug. 7 arrest.

Most of the letters of resignation consist of a single sentence. Crawford, however, wrote of the "love and good memories that my fellow brothers and sisters have given me throughout the years" and concluded with a Bible verse.

Terrell's termination letter was the first time sheriff's officials publicly addressed the contents of the video.

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so is he getting stopped for a traffic offense, or being "suspicious" open carrying a gun?

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Old 08-06-2015, 10:15 AM   #5484
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its funny when rapists sworn to uphold the law, dont seem to show the slightest understanding of the law.

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Old 08-06-2015, 10:16 AM   #5485
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yeah, the information is free...if you have $270,000


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Old 08-06-2015, 10:19 AM   #5486
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a judge walks up to a sheriff and tells him to arrest something that didnt break a law. he was found not guilt of not breaking a law.

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An unarmed white teen was shot dead by police. His family asks: Where is the outrage?
By Abby Phillip August 6 at 8:00 AM



Zachary Hammond was on a first date when he was fatally shot by a police officer in his car during a drug bust in South Carolina, his family says.

At the time the 19-year-old was shot and killed, his date, Tori Morton, was eating an ice cream cone, according to the family’s attorney, Eric Bland.

Morton, 23, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana — all 10 ounces of it — which, according to police, was the reason undercover agents set up the drug buy.

The official police report never mentioned the two gunshots that killed Hammond on July 26 in a Hardees parking lot.

Amid heightened scrutiny of fatal police shootings across the country, Hammond’s death has prompted numerous questions, few answers — and almost no national outrage.

More than a week after Hammond’s death, his family’s attorney says race is almost certainly playing a role in the disconcerting silence. Unlike the victims in the highest-profile police shootings over the past year — in cities from Ferguson and Cleveland to North Charleston and Cincinnati — Hammond was white.

“It’s sad, but I think the reason is, unfortunately, the media and our government officials have treated the death of an unarmed white teenager differently than they would have if this were a death of an unarmed black teen,” Bland told The Washington Post this week. “The hypocrisy that has been shown toward this is really disconcerting.”

He added: “The issue should never be what is the color of the victim. The issue should be: Why was an unarmed teen gunned down in a situation where deadly force was not even justified?”

[Police shot and killed more people in July than any other month so far this year]

Police say the officer was a victim of “attempted murder” by Hammond, who was driving the vehicle. According to Seneca Police Chief John Covington, Hammond was driving the car “toward the officer” who was trying to make the stop.

The officer fired twice, striking Hammond in the shoulder and torso.

His death was classified as a homicide; an autopsy conducted by the Oconee County Coroner’s Office did not specify from which direction the bullets hit Hammond’s body.

On Wednesday, Hammond’s family released the results of a private autopsy, which concluded that both bullets entered Hammond’s body from the back. According to the autopsy, the second bullet proved to be fatal, entering from the back of Hammond’s left side and passing through his chest, piercing his lungs and heart.

In a statement Wednesday, Coroner Karl E. Addis said he does not know how Hammond’s body was positioned at the time he was shot.

The facts of the fatal shooting are not unlike other cases that have prompted national outcry — most recently the shooting death of Sam DuBose, an unarmed black man who was shot dead during a traffic stop by a University of Cincinnati police officer. Officials released police dashboard camera footage of the incident which appeared to contradict the officer’s report that he was being dragged by DuBose’s vehicle. The video showed that the car was not moving when the weapon was fired and the officer was named and charged with murder.

But Seneca police have refused to name the officer involved in the Hammond case, though, they say, he has been placed on administrative leave.

The officer used a similar rationale as the one in Cincinnati — that the vehicle was being used as a weapon.

“The driver accelerated and came toward the officer,” Covington, the police chief, said a day after the shooting, according to Fox Carolina. The officer “fired two shots in self-defense, which unfortunately were fatal for the suspect.”

In a statement, Covington said: “We will not be releasing the [officer’s] name that was involved in the shooting and consider him a victim of attempted murder as we have previously stated several times. We feel that releasing his name may possibly subject the officer and family to harassment, intimidation or abuse.”

The response to Hammond’s death has been disappointingly muted in Seneca, in South Carolina and nationally, said Bland, the family lawyer. He insists there would be more focus on the case if Hammond had been black.

“They’re called the civil rights organizations, they’re not called the black rights organizations,” Bland said. “The color of his skin should not matter. White-on-white crime does not get the same impact as white-on-black crime.”

Black activists are similarly asking why more people who countered the Black Lives Matter movement by saying “All Lives Matter” have been so silent on Hammond’s death.

An unarmed white teen was shot dead by police. His family asks: Where is the outrage? - The Washington Post
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Old 08-06-2015, 12:29 PM   #5488
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<p>^^ See my Location.</p><p>Kind of strange that he was shot though the window, not the windshield, yet the officer claims he was afraid he would be run over.</p><p>I also have 1 Son-in-law presently in law enforcement, and 1 former officer.</p><p>We need a national change, but not necessarliy a Federal solution.</p>
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Starting to see an disturbing amount of these stories from my own redneck, bible-thumping redneck hell of a state.

Jesus I've got to get out of this state.
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Old 08-06-2015, 01:45 PM   #5490
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Kind of strange that he was shot though the window, not the windshield, yet the officer claims he was afraid he would be run over.
strange?

i think it's pretty typical given empirical evidence I've posted over last few weeks.

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well, you need to outlaw unions at a federal level...

then you have to change how grand juries work for police accused of crimes--It's a dog and pony show; there needs to be a special handling for it (or maybe not special handling). Because i could gather 6 morons in a room and convince them of anything. Especially when my goal is protect the person I'm accusing.

then you have to outlaw "i was a frightened little *******" as a valid excuse for a crime, when you sign up for a "dangerous" job.

then you have to change police training, so they aren't trained that every person in the world wants to kill them because they are that important.

then you should probably outlaw: rape, drunk driving, domestic abuse, murder/suicide, child pornography, assault, battery, theft, rights violations, racism, etc.

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well, you need to outlaw unions at a federal level...
I would support this wholeheartedly, however I don't think that the existence of police unions is really a relevant factor here. A lot of these crimes are comitted in localities in which unions don't exist to begin with.

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then you have to outlaw "i was a frightened little *******" as a valid excuse for a crime, when you sign up for a "dangerous" job.
I searched the US Model Penal Code and couldn't find any references to the "frightened little *******" exemption to the murder statues.



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when cops aren't too busy shooting dogs, they are shooting and unleashing their own attack dogs into crowds of women and children.

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cops are dumb. the people that hire them are worse.

Cop Acquitted for Drug Dealing, Rehired and then Fired Again for Failing Drug Test



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Perry Betts, one of the most corrupt narcotics officers in the history of the Philadelphia Police Department, has been fired, again, for failing a drug test.

Bett’s situation is especially interesting because he was just recently rehired by the police department. His rehiring came after he was acquitted in a federal corruption case, in which he was accused of 47 different charges including extortion, robbery, kidnapping, and drug dealing.

He was acquitted of all of those charges along with six co-defendants who were also Philadelphia Police Officers implicated in the conspiracy. The officers were not only acquitted on all 47 counts, but they also got their jobs back and were even given a parade.

Now Betts will be losing his job for a second and final time, after testing positive for marijuana on a random drug test.

Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey said that Betts will be suspended for 30 days “with the intent to dismiss,” according to the Daily News.
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wrong house raid, again.


******* morons.


stupid

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morons.

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WATCH THIS DISGUSTING COP ASSAULT A GIRL WHO PREVENTS HIM FROM SHOOTING A DOG.


cops really hate it when you lower there dog kill count for the day

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Cliff’s dog, which was on a chain, merely barked as the officer walked up to the home. His tail was still wagging, and he seemed to calm down immediately. However, the fact that this dog was on a chain, not growling, nor posing any threat whatsoever, was of no consequence to the state trooper who quickly pulled out his service pistol, took aim, and almost killed the dog.

Before the state trooper could shoot the dog, however, Hupp’s daughter, Tiffanie courageously stepped in between the dog and the officer to prevent the puppycide.

The state trooper, seemingly offended by the woman’s attempt to thwart his dog killing, then proceeded to attack Tiffanie. Hupp explained to the Free Thought Project what happened next,

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The trooper approached with gun in hand, grabbed her by the arm and slammed her to the ground. After the troopers realized that they had been filmed, they entered the home illegally without warrant or probable cause and confiscated all digital devices including my 4-year-old grandson’s tablet. We only recently received the devices back and released the video.
For stopping the trooper from killing her dog and getting slammed to the ground in front of her 4-year-old son, Tiffanie was charged with misdemeanor obstruction.

To add insult to assault, the city is attempting to railroad Tiffanie by forcing her to use their public appointed defender, with obvious conflicts of interest.


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The courts appointed her an attorney whom actually is married to a state trooper,and they have denied her request for new legal counsel. We have a hearing set for Thursday 9 am, the 13th of August. We have been informed that we have no legal grounds for a lawsuit, due to lack of physical injury. Although my 4-year-old grandson is now terrified of police, I’m told at every door, there will be no justice
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HERO!


it was charging at me maam, and since i was in your lawn peeping in your windows, worship satan.


notice how important the possible robbery must have been because now the other thing that matters is the dead dog... weird.
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wanna feel like a big man? get a badge and act like a third grader.

oh and draw your weapon in a feeble attempt to look like a big kid.

Incident with Rohnert Park Police. Really pulled and kept his gun unholstered the whole time - YouTube



policing in america:

"go ahead and put it on youtube, I dont care [about being a menacing bully who only got this job to kill people.]"


and just fYI:

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California Cop Suspended After Pulling Gun On Man Recording Him

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A California police officer was suspended after video surfaced showing him unholster his gun while arguing with a man recording him in a small city north of San Francisco.

"The video is not a typical interaction between our Public Safety Officers and the public," a statement posted to the Rohnert Park Police and Fire page on Facebook said. The officer, who wasn't identified, was placed on "temporary paid administrative leave" while the city brings in an outside investigator to look into the confrontation, according to the statement.

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"You know I don't have a weapon on me," says McComas. " You have your gun out because you're a police officer. You're trying to intimidate me and this is going all over YouTube."

Later, McComas accuses the department of corruption and the officer asks, “Are you some kind of a constitutionalist crazy guy or something like that?”

The officer holds the gun out for about two minutes before leaving. McComas was neither arrested nor accused of wrongdoing.
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cops love signs.


man was holding a "cops ahead" sign


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While using the Waze smartphone app, I noticed a police speed-trap van using photo radar to take money from workers in my town. These vans are hidden behind foliage and around blind curves, in order to more effectively ambush workers. I walked to the area and held a handwritten sign saying "POLICE AHEAD" several hundred feet in front of the van. In two separate instances, enforcers from Washington County (first) and the City of Beaverton (second) decided to activate their emergency lights and create a traffic hazard by stopping their vehicles in the roadway, in order to make contact with a person engaged in first amendment protected speech. In both cases, the enforcers claimed to "agree with me", and proceeded to interrogate me about my "mission". The car honking heard in the background of this video is the result of workers thanking me for exercising my first amendment rights, even as I was being questioned. After these enforcers withdrew, I remained in front of the van until it left, roughly 4 hours later.

In 2014 these vans operated for 2,201 hours, and issued 33,486 citations to workers (an average of 15 citations per hour of operation). At roughly $200 per citation, a single speed-trap van can take $3,000 from workers each hour! Since no workers had their money taken in the 4 hours I was engaged in free speech, people in my community collectively saved $12,000 in that time.

Police brutality isn't just physical, it's also financial.
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