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Old 08-09-2015, 10:04 AM   #5501
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stalking cops dont like to be confronted.

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******* finally.

Fairfax police officer Adam Torres, who killed John Geer in 2013, is fired - The Washington Post

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The Fairfax County police officer who fatally shot an unarmed man in Springfield has been fired, police confirmed Friday, adding another chapter to a nearly two-year saga that has bewildered residents and baffled county politicians.

Officer Adam D. Torres, 32, fired one round that killed John B. Geer, 46, who was standing in the doorway of his townhouse during a 42-minute standoff after a domestic disturbance call. No charges have been filed against Torres, but a special grand jury began hearing testimony and reviewing evidence in the case last week and is scheduled to meet again Aug. 17.

County police spokeswoman Lucy Caldwell said Friday that Torres was “no longer an employee of the FCPD” but declined to say when he was fired. She said Police Chief Edwin C. Roessler Jr. “will have a statement to the community at the conclusion of the special grand jury deliberations and process.”

Torres and his attorney, John F. Carroll, did not return messages seeking comment.

Don Geer, the victim’s father, said Friday: “I think it’s long past due. It should’ve been done a long, long time ago. I guess we’re beginning to see some justice being served.”
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this is kinda great:

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Old 08-09-2015, 10:11 AM   #5505
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you cant film trains.

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"If I cant examine you, im going to assume youre drunk."

-the epitome of what's wrong with police in america.



He won his lawsuit against the rouge King rapist:


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*typical american comment*

When posting all these long *** videos, tell us where to get to the money shot.

I don't have time (don't want to) to watch multiple 10+ minute long videos.
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Old 08-10-2015, 10:11 AM   #5508
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dont leave your kid and dog in the car when you run into target to pick up a package you ordered online at customer service, or else this cop will kidnap you.


quote of the day:

"your mom's not in any trouble"

but my hand is somehow glued to her wrist and im dragging to places she doesnt want to go.
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Old 08-10-2015, 10:16 AM   #5509
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this dude doesnt like "us vs them" attitude.

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when cops have nothing to do, they look for easy targets.



King rapist suddenly decides on a whim that a person must be fat and barely able to move, like himself, in order to receive a handicap placard.
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Old 08-11-2015, 09:08 AM   #5511
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cops love ez targets:

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Fat King Rapist decided none shall ride and uses his car as a deadly weapon. its okay because he made a law that minute that says he's allowed to purposefully knock people off their bikes. no videoed: cop rapes a donut.



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The driver also had a suspended license. He received a ticket for failing to yield to an emergency vehicle.
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Old 08-11-2015, 09:13 AM   #5513
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Rapist smelled weed, so of course that's his trigger to rape.

Woman Publicly Sodomized in Gas Station Parking Lot by Cops Because they 'Smelled Weed' | Alternet

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Charnesia Corley was on her way to the store to get medicine for her sick mother last June when she was detained by police for allegedly running a stop sign. Within minutes, this routine traffic stop turned into a waking nightmare.

According to the Harris County Sheriff’s Department, the deputy who pulled Corley over asked her to step out of the vehicle after “smelling what he believed to be marijuana.”

However, during a search of Corley’s vehicle, without her consent, no illegal plants were found. But this sadistic cop wasn’t done just yet. He knew deep down that this woman’s story about getting medicine for her mother was a lie, and she must have been smuggling this evil plant inside her body somewhere. The deputy then handcuffed Corley and placed her into the back of his cruiser.

Being a male, the deputy felt that it would be in poor taste to penetrate this woman’s bodily orifices himself, so he called a female deputy over to conduct the public roadside sodomy in a politically correct fashion.

Upon arriving, the female deputy ordered the handcuffed woman out of the car and into the parking lot.

“She tells me to pull my pants down. I said, ‘Ma’am, I don’t have any underwear on.’ She says, ‘Well, that doesn’t matter. Pull your pants down,'” Corley said.

Because Corley didn’t immediately prostrate herself to be vaginally raped by a peace officer’s appendages in search of an illegal plant, the deputy charged her with resisting arrest.

In spite of her verbal protests, Corley was then stripped down in public and forcefully penetrated by this public servant — in the best interests of society, no doubt.

“I bend over and she proceeds to try to force her hand inside of me. I tell her, ‘Ma’am, No. You cannot do this,'” Corley explained.

Corley maintains that at no time did she ever consent to be sodomized by deputies.

According to Harris County Sheriff’s spokesperson, Thomas Gilleland, this stop was justified and the department did everything by the book.
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Old 08-11-2015, 09:16 AM   #5514
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rapists dont understand why no one likes them.

NYPD!!!!!!!!!

For Deaf Woman, NYPD Is 25 Years in the Past



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Setting back the clock before the Americans with Disabilities Act, New York City argued the "extraordinary position" that it did not need to get a deaf woman a translator before arresting her, a federal judge said.

The scathing opinion dismisses the city's final attempt to avert a trial in a civil rights lawsuit by Diana Williams, a 58-year-old deaf landlord from Staten Island.

On Sept. 11, 2011, Diana and her husband Chris Williams tried to evict tenants who had fallen behind on their rent.

Both of the Williamses are deaf, and neither of them can speak more than a few words verbally.

When the tenant's hearing boyfriend gestured that he had a gun, Chris called for the police using a video relay service that the couple says should have tipped off the dispatcher to send help quickly - and bring a translator, the judge's ruling states.

Instead, the NYPD arrived without an American Sign Language interpreter and police heard only the tenants' side of the altercation, they say.

U.S. District Judge Valierie Caproni called arresting officer Christopher Romano's memory of the encounter "at best hazy."

"Curiously," in the words of the judge, Romano insisted in a deposition that he spoke to Diana Williams - who cannot hear, speak English or read lips - before arresting her.

Williams says that Romano arrested her without making any effort to communicate, and he could not understand her pleas for an ASL interpreter

Other tenants at the scene testified that police rejected their offers to interpret for them before they brought Williams in handcuffs to the 122nd Precinct.

Williams says that police held her for nearly 24 hours before releasing her without charges.

She sued the city three years ago, and her most recent complaint alleged false arrest, assault and battery and other charges.

New York City argued that an arrest did not qualify as a "service, program, or activity" that would fall under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Scoffing at the argument, Caproni allowed all of the claims to proceed to trial on Wednesday.

"New York City takes the extraordinary position that, even though the Americans with Disabilities Act has been the law of the land for 25 years, it has no obligation to provide any accommodation to the hearing-impaired at the time of an arrest, even if doing so could easily be accomplished without endangering the officers or the public safety and without interfering in the lawful execution of the officers' duties," she wrote.

New York City signed an agreement with the federal government in 2009 pledging to comply with the ADA's requirements for the deaf and hearing-impaired.

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Old 08-11-2015, 09:18 AM   #5515
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if at first you dont succeed, rape rape rape rape rape again.

Cop Fired for Beating Handcuffed Man, Rehired. Caught on Video AGAIN, Beating a Man with his Rifle | The Free Thought Project


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Owasso police officer, Mike Denton, was fired in 2011 after body cam and surveillance footage showed him stomping on a handcuffed man’s head and then repeatedly elbowing him in the face.

The victim was Brian Spalding.

Spalding’s arrest was caught on all of the officer’s lapel cams and paints a clear picture of excessive force, justifying the city’s response of firing Denton.

However, the Fraternal Order of Police, who argued that Denton was simply “protecting himself” by stomping on a man’s head, nearly breaking both of his arms, and elbowing him. So they filed a grievance, which was heard by federal mediator Edward Valverde in March of 2012.

On Sept 22 2014, keeping his rank and position, and back pay, Denton was reinstated. “He’s put back into the exact same role that he left under, which means that he is a lieutenant over a patrol shift,” Police Chief Scott Chambless told Tulsa World.

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Less than a year later, Denton is caught on film again. This time he’s seen ramming the barrel of his rifle into the face of suspected car thief, Cody Mathews.


one does not simply fire rapists.
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Old 08-11-2015, 09:21 AM   #5516
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when rapists "**** up", judges have to clean up.

Philadelphia Judge Lifts 158 Convictions - The Daily Beast

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A Philadelphia judge lifted 158 narcotics convictions tied to seven allegedly corrupt cops on Friday. This brings the total number of vacated convictions involving the officers to 560. Six officers—Thomas Liciardello, Brian Reynolds, Michael Spicer, Perry Betts, Linwood Norman, and John Speiser—were indicted by a federal grand jury in July 2014 and accused of doctoring paperwork, planting evidence, and beating and robbing suspects. They were acquitted of all charges in May. A seventh officer, Jeffrey Walker, pleaded guilty to separate corruption charges and testified against the other six. He was sentenced to three and a half years in prison.
I quoted "**** up" because cops don't ever do things by the books in the first place.
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Old 08-11-2015, 09:30 AM   #5517
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rookie rapist "picked the wrong weapon"


unarmed dumbass vandals shot and killed by dumbass rapist.

senior officer fired a taser at the same time.

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Taylor drove his Jeep through an Arlington dealership, triggering a burglar alarm at the Classic Buick GMC dealership on I-20 and S. Collins Street in Arlington.
The surveillance company watches the video stream live and had asked Taylor to leave the property and that they were calling police.

When officers arrived on scene just after 1 a.m., they say Taylor had already smashed through a gate with his SUV, driven through the glass, and up into the showroom of the dealership.

Arlington Police Sergeant Paul Rodriguez says officers confronted the man and there was an altercation.

While this video shows the majority of events leading up to the shooting, Arlington police said they haven’t found any video from security cameras that shows the shooting.

The Tarrant County Medical Examiner says Taylor suffered gunshot wounds to his neck, chest and abdomen.

Miller joined Arlington police in Sept. 2014 and had been in field training under the supervision of a police training officer after graduating from the academy in March. The 16-week training period was about to be up, according to police. Miller had no previous police experience and this was the first time he fired his weapon at a person while on duty.

Taylor was a football player at Angelo State University and graduated from Mansfield Summit High School in 2014.

Family tells FOX4 that Taylor was a good kid with a bright future in football.


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Police identified the officer as Brad Miller, a 49-year-old who has been with the department since last September and who has been working under the supervision of a training officer since his graduation from the police academy in March.

The police statement said Miller had no police experience before joining the Arlington police force.
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Old 08-11-2015, 09:34 AM   #5518
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wanna know why rapists treat everyone like criminals?

because they are trained all everyone is a criminal hell-bent on killing them.

Cops train to see citizens as homicidal maniacs with ?Force Options Simulator? - Liberty Upward

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ABC news 10 recently sent a reporter to the Modesto police department to try out the PD’s “force options simulator.” This is a video program designed to simulate supposedly typical encounters that police officers will have with citizens.

The simulation consists in a large projection screen, on which there is footage of live actors playing everyone from a crying office woman who has just been told that she has been fired, to a guy and a woman standing on the street.

The actors then take either a peaceful or violent approach to the officer. The officer must respond accordingly.

It becomes clear from the footage provided by ABC 10 that most, if not all, of the scenarios quickly result in the citizens trying to kill the cop, and the “correct” officer response is therefore to gun the citizen down as quickly as possible.

The reporter remarks near the end of the segment how he is glad that he did not pursue a career in law enforcement. If reality was anything like the Modesto simulator, that would be anyone’s response.

The simulation portrays citizens as being hell bent on killing cops. The actors draw and fire concealed weapons, with deadly accuracy and no hesitation, and for no discernable reasons.

The “crying office woman,” for example, is sitting in a chair relating how she has just lost her job. Within seconds, she abruptly shifts her entire demeanor, as if possessed by some demon, and pulls a pistol from behind her and unloads into the officer.

The officer performing the simulation tried to use a taser on the woman in the ABC footage, but the simulation calculates that he has been shot dead. The screen goes dark and words appear: “You did not take action.”

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OH is such a joke.

Ohio's mayor's courts, big business | The Columbus Dispatch

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The rap sheet against Ohio’s mayor’s courts says that some spend public funds on holiday parties and flower arrangements, fail to properly account for hundreds of thousands of dollars, and use traffic fines to prop up village budgets.Mayor’s courts have long drawn fire from opponents who say it’s time to throw the book at the state’s small-town “speed traps.”

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There were 318 mayor’s courts in Ohio in 2011, and 76 percent of them were in villages with fewer than 5,000 residents.

There were 273,169 new mayor’s court cases in 2011, a 6 percent drop from 2010 and the second year the numbers declined, according to the Ohio Supreme Court.

Supporters, many with ties to small communities, say mayor’s courts are convenient and easy to navigate.

They also are the financial vehicles that keep many small villages going.

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In 2009, the Hanging Rock mayor’s court reported $401,218 in court revenue, 95 times the amount the village collected in property tax and other local taxes.

By comparison, Linndale is a piker; its $490,320 is less than six times its tax haul.

Hanging Rock, which hugs U.S. 52 for about a mile and a half, is home to 221 residents. But it pushed an average of about 2,400 cases through its mayor’s court in each of the past three years, according to Ohio Supreme Court reports.

Linndale, population 179, has carved out a similar reputation on its quarter-mile stretch of I-71. Its mayor’s court handled about 4,200 citations in 2011, more than 90 percent of which were traffic tickets.

Ohio’s 318 mayor’s courts processed almost 300,000 cases in 2011, making small courts a big business for villages and some cities. The state auditor’s office is charged with monitoring the millions of dollars in yearly mayor’s court revenue, but Chief Deputy Auditor Robert Hinkle said there is little it can do to discipline runaway courts.

The Dispatch reviewed state audits from 2009, the most-recent year for which data were generally available, of Ohio villages and cities with an active mayor’s court registered with the Ohio Supreme Court in 2011. About 20 percent of the 318 audits reported problems with mayor’s courts.

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“These more informal methods are more from an era when we weren’t as concerned with everyone’s rights and making sure the proper proceedings are followed,” he said. “Now, we’re not as willing to cut those corners.”
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Rapist report:

Suspect refused to comply with order. I struck him in leg and body so i could handcuff him.


Reality:


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Georgia police officer lost his job and is facing aggravated assault charges after body camera video showed that he lied about beating an intoxicated teen. Video obtained by WXIA shows Athens-Clarke County police officer Jonathan Fraser responding to a complaint about a drunken 19 year old, Michael Roquet, in June.
In his police report, Fraser said that Roquet “struck me with his left elbow in my chest” and then “he hit me again with his elbow…. so I struck him [with a baton] in the leg and upper body.”

Fraser said that he then handcuffed and arrested Roquet, who was a student at the University of Georgia.

But the recently-released body camera video convinced prosecutors that it was Fraser who was the aggressor.

In the video, Fraser repeatedly strikes Roquet in the legs with his baton. He then swings the baton and hits Roquet in the head, sending the teen to the ground.

As Roquet is crouched in a fetal position on the ground, Fraser continues to beat him with the baton.

Fraser told investigators that he knew he was wrong to beat the teen, but he said that he had “tunnel vision” while apprehending the suspect.

“You violated… policy,” investigators wrote in their report on Fraser. “You used hard control strikes from an impact weapon… on an individual who was actively resistant, but was not assaultive…. a strike to the head from a baton is considered use of deadly force…. You used more force than necessary.”

Police Chief Scott Freeman called the incident an “unauthorized use of force” that was “completely intolerable, and something we’re not going to put up with.”

Freeman, who took over the department after Fraser was fired, said that he recently learned that the officer had been investigated multiple times for abuse of force over his 18-year career.

“This is extremely disappointing for me to see as the new chief,” Freeman lamented. “Because [what he did] does damage to the reputation of law officers, not only in this community, but across the nation… And we see it time and time again.”

Fraser is facing charges for aggravated assault and for violation of oath by a public officer. He was released after bond was set at $30,000.
it's weird he didn't put "I had roid rage" on his police report.
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