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Old 08-13-2015, 08:58 AM   #5521
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STOP CALLING THE POLICE WHEN YOU HAVE FAMILY MEMBERS YOU ARE CONCERNED FOR AT NEED.

POLICE ONLY CARE ABOUT THEMSELVES.

THEY ALSO HAVE DADDY ISSUES.

COMBINED, THEY ARE ONLY ON THE FORCE TO BE ABLE TO KILL PEOPLE AND GET AWAY WITH IT LEGALLY.



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Las Vegas Metro Police have released the body cam footage showing two officer shooting and killing a mentally disabled man. 24-year-old Abel Correa was at his mothers house when she called police. Instead of helping Correa, who the officers personally knew, he was executed on the spot. Though the body cam footage doesn't show it, police claim that he was armed with a wrench and a screwdriver.

Clark County Undersheriff Kevin McMahill held a press conference in which he stated that Correa "was in dire need of mental health services" and that his officers "had 7 prior contacts" with Correa.

When it comes to mental health issues in this Country, we, the system, often fail people who need critical services and don't get them.

However, Undersheriff McMahill states that Correa 'lunged' at one of the officers with the screwdriver and wrench, though that cannot be clearly seen in the video. Both officers, Officer Glen Taylor and Officer Eli Prunchak on administrative leave.

If the LVMP knew beforehand that Correa had severe mental issues, why didn't they take the appropriate measures to ensure his safety? Knowing they would encounter a mentally unstable man, officers could have been prepared to use non-lethal devices, such as taser guns, bean-bag guns, or a host of other measures. Instead, they shot and killed Correa within 1 second of him opening the door fully - 1 second.

Police have had a long history of beating, abusing, and killing mentally-disabled citizens. Unfortunately, it usually starts when a loved-one calls police in an attempt to get the person help. However, police are not trained to handle mental health issues. In fact, their number one objective is to neutralize the person by using any means necessary.
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Old 08-13-2015, 09:02 AM   #5522
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police often "forget" about dogs in cars.


i say "forget" because they have psychological issues were they actually want to kill things on purpose to get a boner.

Texas Deputy Fired After Leaving Dog in Car to Die of Heat, Marking at Least the Seventh K-9 to Die This Way Since June - PINAC

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Another law enforcement officer killed a police dog by leaving it in a patrol car for several hours under the hot sun, marking at least the seventh K-9 to die this way since June.

This time it was Jola, a K-9 for the Jim Wells County Sheriff’s Office in Texas, who died after being left in a car for more than 20 hours.

Deputy Latham Roldan was fired over the incident and remains under investigation by the county attorney, according to the Alice Echo News Journal.

Under Texas law, Roldan should be charged with a felony, specifically Texas Penal Code 38.151 (b) (6) and (7), which states the following is a second-degree felony, punishable by a prison sentence of anywhere between two years to two decades:

$500 says he's not charged in a crime because it was an honest "mistake"

or the officer feared for his life.
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Old 08-13-2015, 09:12 AM   #5523
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whoa CA. good for you!

California bans grand juries in fatal shootings by police - San Jose Mercury News

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Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation Tuesday making California the first state in the nation to ban the use of grand juries to decide whether police officers should face criminal charges when they kill people in the line of duty.

The ban, which will go into effect next year, comes after grand juries in Ferguson, Missouri, and Staten Island, New York, made controversial decisions in secret hearings last year not to bring charges against officers who killed unarmed black men, sparking protests across the country. Calls for transparency also have come amid national concerns about disparate treatment of blacks and other racial minorities when encounters with cops turned deadly in Baltimore, Cincinnati and South Carolina.

"What the governor's decision says is, he gets it -- the people don't want secrecy when it comes to officer-involved shootings," said retired judge and former San Jose independent police auditor LaDoris Cordell, the first African-American appointed as a judge in Northern California and a key supporter of the bill. "We're not trying to get more officers indicted. We're saying, 'Whatever you decide, do it in the open.'"

The governor Tuesday also signed a bill by state Sen. Ricardo Lara, D-Bell Gardens, that makes it clear it is legal to take a photograph or video of a police officer while the officer is in a public place or in a place the person photographing the action has a right to be. Both bills are the first of a wave of Ferguson-inspired criminal justice reforms now making their way through the Legislature.

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[currently] No judges or defense attorneys participate in the grand jury process, and in California, transcripts of the hearings are sealed unless someone is indicted or a judge grants permission for their release.

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But the California District Attorneys Association and the California Police Chiefs Association opposed the ban, saying the grand jury should be preserved as an option. Imposing a blanket prohibition would discriminate against police officers on the basis of their occupation, they argued. The association suggested that the Legislature could increase transparency by allowing grand jury transcripts to be released in cases for which no one was indicted.
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Old 08-13-2015, 09:18 AM   #5524
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another violent rapist who's story doesnt match the video.

Knoxville cops say beating caught on camera was done with palm strikes

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Police in Knoxville, Tennessee responded to a federal civil rights lawsuit by saying one of their officers actually hit a 31-year-old undocumented immigrant with his palm and denying responsibility for his injuries, WBIR-TV reported.

Attorneys for Ernesto Delgadilo Rodriguez filed the lawsuit in response to a July 2014 encounter with Officer Thomas Thurman during a traffic stop that left him requiring a breathing tube, in addition to suffering facial fractures.

Dashcam footage shows Rodriguez lying face down on a police cruiser while Thuman’s colleague, Officer Fred Kimber, attempts to handcuff him. Thurman is then seen approaching the vehicle, grabbing Rodriguez, and striking him as Rodriguez yells, before hitting him with his knee.

Authorities said that Thurman was not actually punching Rodriguez, but hitting him with his palm, as per department training. They also said that Rodriguez’s injuries came as a result of his face hitting the pavement after being taken down to the ground.

The Knoxville News-Sentinel reported that Rodriguez was hospitalized, then charged with aggravated assault, assaulting officers and resisting arrest. The charges were later dropped “on the expectation” he would be deported. However, Rodriguez continues to live in the area.

Kimber originally encountered Rodriguez while responding to his girlfriend’s accusation that he attacked her inside his appartment. According to the lawsuit, Kimber theatened to use his Taser on Rodriguez when he tried to complain about the handcuffs hurting him.

However, the suit stated, hospital records show that Rodriguez was allegedly arrested for “failing to obey a child support order.” He was also allegedly put in jail for months and forced to wear a cervical collar.
see video and hospital pictures of "open-palm" injuries in link.


all assault charges against the victim were dropped. he was beat unconscious and his face was fractured and required a breathing tube. Those are some awesome open-palmed strikes.
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Old 08-13-2015, 09:29 AM   #5526
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The Rapist King decried new laws today.


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Cop Arrests NBC Reporters, Says "Your First Amendment Right Can Be Terminated" "I don't care about no damn lawsuit" officer yells at media: Two NBC journalists were handcuffed and threatened by Chicago police after attempting to report on the murder of a 6-year-old girl yesterday, NBC Chicago reports.
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Old 08-13-2015, 09:33 AM   #5527
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these cops are so concerned about this dog (whos not in any danger) that they only care about arresting the owner:



apparently arrest dogs doesnt pay the bills.

this guy is really dumb, but he's eventually arrested for saying "nice teeth, pal". the cop claims he said "*******" which doesn't even matter.


oh wait no, the rapist above ruled "Your First Amendment Right Can Be Terminated"

calling a cop an ******* is not disorderly conduct, it's actually very polite [considering what they should be called] and offensive to ********.
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Old 08-13-2015, 09:37 AM   #5528
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this video is boring


but the summary was interesting:

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Cop tailgates employee into parking lot, employee asks why he was being tailgated. Cop states he drives like an idiot, employee states that's not a legitimate reason to pull someone over begins recording the officer. Officer asks for ID, employee states if I'm not being pulled over or arrested i have no reason to show ID. Cop leaves as other employees arrive. 30 minutes later cop shows up with 2 other cars, illegally enter business without a warrant and tackle employee because he had a legal sidearm on him. Arrest him for supposed speeding and failure to produce ID. None of the charges ever brought up on original stop.
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another rapist who doesn't like the 1st.


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rapists and hating 1st.

Washington Post reporter charged with trespassing, interfering with a police officer - The Washington Post

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A Washington Post reporter who was arrested at a restaurant last year while reporting on protests in Ferguson, Mo., has been charged in St. Louis County with trespassing and interfering with a police officer and ordered to appear in court.

Wesley Lowery, a reporter on The Post’s national desk, was detained in a McDonald’s while he was in Missouri covering demonstrations sparked by a white police officer fatally shooting an unarmed black 18-year-old.

A court summons dated Aug. 6 — just under a year after Lowery’s arrest — was sent to Lowery, 25, ordering him to appear in a St. Louis County municipal court on Aug. 24. The summons notes that he could be arrested if he does not appear.

“Charging a reporter with trespassing and interfering with a police officer when he was just doing his job is outrageous,” Martin Baron, executive editor of The Post, said in a statement Monday. “You’d have thought law enforcement authorities would have come to their senses about this incident. Wes Lowery should never have been arrested in the first place. That was an abuse of police authority.

“This latest action represents contemptible overreaching by prosecutors who seem to have no regard for the role of journalists seeking to cover a major story and following normal practice,” Baron continued.
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Old 08-14-2015, 10:31 PM   #5531
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no cops around when you just got held up by gunpoint?

that's okay. street justice:

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Well, it's working:


Pistol-whipped detective says he didnt shoot attacker because of headlines
POSTED 9:35 AM, AUGUST 15, 2015, BY CNN


A Birmingham, Alabama, police detective who was pistol-whipped unconscious said Friday that he hesitated to use force because he didnt want to be accused of needlessly killing an unarmed man.

A lot of officers are being too cautious because of whats going on in the media, said the officer, who asked to remain anonymous for the safety of his family. I hesitated because I didnt want to be in the media like I am right now.

Details of last weeks incident in the Birmingham enclave of Roebuck remain sketchy such as how did the suspect get the officers weapon but the six-year police veteran said he didnt shoot the man who attacked him during a traffic stop because of the outcry surrounding a spate of police shootings nationally.

We dont want to be in the media, he said. Its hard times right now for us.

Heath Boackle, a sergeant with the Birmingham Police Department and president of the citys Fraternal Order of Police, said Thursday that cops are walking on eggshells because of how theyre scrutinized in the media.

We should be thanking the good Lord because he could be dead right now., Boackle said of the detective who was beaten.

Police Chief A.C. Roper sees the episode as well as the reaction, including celebratory and vitriolic comments posted online alongside images of the wounded officer as symptomatic of a larger problem, in which some dont respect law enforcement.

The nobility and integrity of policing has been challenged, Roper said. As a profession, we have allowed popular culture to draft a narrative which is contrary to the amazing work that so many officers are doing everyday across this nation.

Detective struck with his own weapon

The incident occurred last Friday when the detective was on his way to interview a robbery witness and saw a car that was carrying at least two people traveling erratically on the interstate, according to police.

He calls for backup and tells the man to stay in the car, but he didnt, Boackle told CNN in a phone interview. The last thing the officer remembers is getting sucker-punched in a parking lot. The next thing, hes waking up in a hospital bed with staples in his head.

According to Boackle, the detective spoke to Janard Cunningham, who was sitting the car. The detective decided to call for backup so that he could continue his robbery investigation while another officer handled the traffic stop.

While he was calling for backup, Cunningham allegedly exited the car and became aggressive, approaching the detective and repeatedly questioned why hed been pulled over, the union chief said. The detective considered using force but thought better of it and continued his call when Cunningham hit him, Boackle said.

Cunningham is accused of then pistol whipping the officer with his own service weapon, Boackle said.

The officer suffered multiple lacerations to his head and face but is expected to recover from his injuries, according to Boackle. The University of Alabama-Birmingham treated and released him the same day. Hes recovering at home and has not yet returned to duty, Boackle said.

Chief calls reaction absolutely inhumane

Adding insult to injury: several bystanders, instead of helping, took pictures of the bloodied officer as he was facedown on the concrete and posted the images on social media, where the officer was mocked.

Many people rose to the officers defense, but the detectives colleagues were outraged by a collection of posts that seemed to revel in the beating.

Pistol whipped his *** to sleep, one user wrote, employing the hashtag #FckDaPolice. Another mockingly offered the officer milk and cookies for his nap time.

Roper, the Birmingham police chief, called the fact bystanders would take pictures of an officer being beaten rather than help him, then proceed to post them, absolutely inhumane. The online commenters only made it worse.

It really speaks to the lack of their morality and humanity, the chief said. People commented on the pictures in a celebratory fashion disregarding that this public servant has a family and is committed to serve in some of our most challenging communities.

Police support officer, who is doing much better

Some Birmingham officers feel that if the roles were reversed, there would be demonstrations and an outcry from the public, Boackle said.

The officer was beaten and just left there. People were there long enough to take pictures of the officer full of blood and put it on social media. No one stopped to help, he said. Were lucky were not talking about an officer who was shot and killed with his own weapon.

CNN affiliate WBRC tweeted a photo depicting the bleeding officer.

According to the citys police chief, the officer is doing much better than he was on the day of the attack. Roper said his department stands firmly behind a man who he called a good officer through these years.

I gave him a direct order, Roper said. Your mission is to get better and to spend time with your family. He gladly accepted.

Suspect charged with attempted murder

Cunningham allegedly fled the scene but was apprehended later Friday, police said. He is charged with attempted murder and is being held without bond. A second man taken into custody with Cunningham has not been charged with a crime, police said.

Tracking dogs were brought in to help search for another possible suspect, but authorities later said they believed there was no third person.

Cunningham, 34, of Center Point appeared in court Tuesday where his first hearing was postponed, CNN affiliate WBRC reported. His mother told Jefferson County District Court Judge Shelly Watkins that the family would be hiring a lawyer, according to the Alabama Media Group, a collection of news outlets that includes The Birmingham News.

Paperwork on file in Watkins office had no lawyer listed for Cunningham. His mother hung up on a CNN reporter seeking comment, and a subsequent voice message left for her was not immediately returned.

I feel that in todays society, both from law enforcement and the citizens, we have to trust in one another and do the best we can for this world as a whole, Boackle said.

Said the officer who was beaten: I appreciate everyones support. I have a concussion and Im still heavily medicated. Right now, I need to focus on healing and getting better.

Pistol-whipped detective says he didn?t shoot attacker because of headlines | New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV
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Heath Boackle, a sergeant with the Birmingham Police Department and president of the city’s Fraternal Order of Police, said Thursday that cops are “walking on eggshells because of how they’re scrutinized in the media.”
Good.

I like the idea that cops only have two options: preemptively shooting unarmed citizens, or failing to control a situation and getting beaten with their own weapons. Too bad police training doesn't cover anything between those two extremes.
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Good.

I like the idea that cops only have two options: preemptively shooting unarmed citizens, or failing to control a situation and getting beaten with their own weapons. Too bad police training doesn't cover anything between those two extremes.


This was just anxious for such an event to milk for all it is worth.<br/>Even without such stuff I have expected a great cop propaganda campaign.
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Say again?
This guy
NYPD Union President Patrick Lynch Is Completely Nuts: A History

and his ilk will be on a desperate social engineering campaign to discredit any criticism and critics of police.
It is going to be all the news media fault that them saintly 99.999999% of righteous cops be cast in bad light for sake of what Daryl Gates referred to as a few aberrations.
I wondered how many aberrations it took to add to a trend but that was years ago.

One would think that Patric Lynch and crew would make at least some attempt to not appear as stereotype image of mafia goons.
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Good.

I like the idea that cops only have two options: preemptively shooting unarmed citizens, or failing to control a situation and getting beaten with their own weapons. Too bad police training doesn't cover anything between those two extremes.


hey look, no one died and they were able to find the suspect.
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hey look, no one died and they were able to find the suspect.
The cynic in me wonders if he did not just **** up and if he even thought up that reason for not acting story on his own.
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knock knock.

who's there?

your friendly neighborhood police raiding your legitimate business, who is about to physical assault to while handcuffed and threaten to murder you.


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