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Old 08-19-2015, 10:12 AM   #5561
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rapists are never off duty. even when they are, and not even within their jursidiction

Cops Caught On TapeAPD Officer Threatens People With Taser ? Only He Was Off Duty, And Not In Atlanta

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Officer Eric Whipple is making news after breaking up a fight and threatening people with his gun, though he claims it was his taser. The only problem for the Atlanta Police Department officer is that he was 40+ miles outside of the city limits, and he wasn’t on duty at the time.

To make matters worse, Officer Whipple was in civilian attire at the time – wearing a black shirt, jeans, and a ball cap when he pulled out his service weapon/taser, and began barking orders.

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Responding in true cop-logic fashion, Officer Whipple told the officers that “Legally, I’m a police officer in Georgia”. However, the Newman officers quickly reminded him that he’s not deputized as a police officer in their town.

So now it appears that, not only do we have to worry about rogue cops inside their own jurisdiction, but now we have to watch our backs from ‘cowboy cops’ in places where legally, they have no ‘authority’.
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Ohio State Trooper Bryan Lee pled guilty last year in Federal court to unreasonable search and seizure and cyber stalking. During his trial, he admitted to tearing up tickets in exchange for sex and for violating women while they were in handcuffs.

According to court documents, Trooper Lee admitted to violating the civil rights of four female victims by coercing them to engage in sexual acts. The women were either under arrest, handcuffed, or both. He also admitted to tearing up tickets in exchange for sexual favors.

However, his actions didn’t stop there. Trooper Lee also admitted to harassing and threatening the victims by sending threatening text messages and posting messages on their personal social media accounts.

In the newly released video, Trooper Lee’s dash cam shows an encounter with one of his victims. He had pulled over this woman because of a traffic violation. The intoxicated women begin flirting with the trooper, with the passenger offering to show Lee her breasts. Trooper Lee said “We can play that game once I turn the camera off.”

Lee eventually cuts off the video and the audio, but not before the dash cam shows the passenger get into the patrol car with Trooper Lee. At this point, he allowed the driver of the car to leave, but kept the passenger in his car and drove her to a nearby street. There, he made sexual comments and advancements, telling the woman that he could still give her friend a ticket if she didn't 'cooperate'. According to that woman, she allowed Trooper Lee to photograph his hand on her breast.

Trooper Lee was also brazen enough to make postings on Craigslist. One of those postings stated, “'I am in Law Enforcement so if the idea of traffic stop sex sounds good let me know.Lee was sentenced to five years in federal prison in April for violating the women's civil rights.
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Old 08-19-2015, 10:22 AM   #5563
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rapists love that even when they shoot themselves, they still get to **** you through their buddies in the DA office.

Charns: Forms show Durham police officer shot himself | News & Observer

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“They knew the officer had his own weapon in his hand when it went off,” Charns said. “From the very beginning this was a case that shouldn’t have been prosecuted.”

A jury last week acquitted Riley of all but a robbery charge tied to the Dec. 18, 2012, traffic stop that left Officer Kelly Stewart with a gunshot wound to his right thigh.

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Charns released evidence that wasn’t introduced at trial, including a gunshot residue analysis information form filled out by Durham Police Department employee “M. Coble” about an hour and a half after the shooting.

The form included handwritten information about Stewart’s activity between the time of the shooting and the time of the gunshot residue collection, which stated the officer and suspect struggled in a car, with “1 shot fired by officer.”

The News & Observer provided a copy of the form to Police Department spokesman Wil Glenn on Friday afternoon. Glenn referred a reporter Monday to testimony during the trial. The form wasn’t introduced during the trial but was provided to Charns beforehand as part of the discovery process, in which the defense receives documents such police reports, statements and other evidence.

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After the jury gave its verdict, Charns made a motion for sanctions against the prosecution citing that and other incidents, including not being given access to workers compensation documents that Charns said described the shooting as an accident.
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Old 08-19-2015, 10:25 AM   #5564
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Jury awards Huntington Beach man $28,000 after ruling that police unlawfully entered his home - The Orange County Register

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Two Huntington Beach police officers violated a man’s civil rights when they walked into his home without a search warrant while investigating a noise complaint, a jury has ruled.

An Orange County Superior Court jury deliberated for less than a day before awarding $28,000 in compensatory damages to Huntington Beach resident Roger Mielke on Friday, said his attorney, Mark Eisenberg.

The jury ruled 11-1 that Officers Bernard Atkins and Jason McFall violated Mielke’s rights under the Fourth Amendment, which prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures, when they entered his home around 2 a.m. in August 2013 while investigating complaints of a loud radio.

Jurors, however, unanimously found that the officers did not act with malice, fraud or oppression, so Mielke was not awarded punitive damages, his attorney said. The city of Huntington Beach is also responsible for upward of $350,000 in attorney’s fees, Eisenberg said.

By law, police can enter private property without a warrant if someone’s safety is being threatened, a suspect is escaping or important evidence is being destroyed, situations known collectively as exigent circumstances. But there were no such circumstances in this case, Eisenberg said.

The officers maintained that they were in the 7700 block of Garfield Avenue conducting their investigation when they entered Mielke’s home for a “welfare check” after observing that his front door was open, Eisenberg said.

According to court documents, Mielke said he was sleeping in his bedroom when his dog, a blue nose pit bull, began growling. Mielke walked out of his bedroom and was confronted by the officers, who were in his living room.

Mielke said the officers told him to “get your dog under control” or else they would shoot the animal.

When Mielke asked the officers why they were in his home, the officers told him they were investigating a complaint of loud music, according to court documents. Mielke responded that he had been sleeping but was not playing music.

After about two minutes, the officers left without explanation, Eisenberg said.

“After hearing the evidence, the jury concluded the entry was not a welfare check but part of their noise investigation,” Eisenberg said. “Once inside and confronted by my client, they failed to ask any of the standard welfare check questions.”

Eisenberg said this is not the first time Huntington Beach officers have been accused of violating constitutional rights while investigating loud noise complaints under city municipal code.

In 2013, the city paid $150,000 to settle a lawsuit accusing two police officers of wrongfully bursting into a home and arresting a man and a woman under the city’s noise ordinance.

The couple, Eric Anderson and Nadsya Mohoff, who were also represented by Eisenberg, were arrested after an officer said he heard noise from a clock radio. Charges against the two were dismissed.

During depositions in that case, police admitted that Huntington Beach officers were issuing $250 noise citations without using a meter to measure the sound.

Authorities later said the settlement was not an admission of wrongdoing, but an attempt to curb legal costs.
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Old 08-19-2015, 10:27 AM   #5565
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someone needs to get these rapists under control.


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not much to tell just that they stopped me for not reason and it wasn't a cop car it was a regular car and a white van. i ask the guy why he stopped me and he didn't give me any good explanation and they told us to step out of the vehicle. the guy didn't have any tag on their uniform at all they had a black uniform and it just say police on their chest no way to know what kind of police there were. well the video is long and most of it is just voice.
from the video it seems like the reason for the traffic stop was because the passenger may have been an illegal immigrant.
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Old 08-19-2015, 10:31 AM   #5566
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butt hurt rapist literally takes a decal off someone's car because he couldnt get a good rape today


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These State Troopers violated this mans 4th Amendment rights! The Trooper reached in through the locked car door to steal a police decal. That is right, steal! The State Police have no right to force anyone to open their window or order someone out of the car for no reason. The driver held up the Fair DUI Flyer and showed his drivers licence to the trooper. In NY that is not grounds to pull someone out of the car. The troopers probably cause is the driver being "deceitful". That is what NY state police think of people exercising their rights. Good job to the driver for standing up for himself and being prepared. Know your rights and don't fear the police. Expose their corrupt ways! Always film the police, even if it is for someone else.
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rapists hate cameras.


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Old 08-19-2015, 11:08 AM   #5568
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the rapist conundrum: how can i charge you with a crime if you wont give us the evidence to help us convict you


rapist gets so desperate, he tries to get the driver to blow on his hand to smell it. This was probably a sexual thing.


my favorite part is when he asks if the cop wants his license, and he says no, i dont need it to determine you soberity, and then when the driver refuses to incriminate himself, the officer then asks for the ID to do it the "hard way"

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I do not condone drunk driving, but I am more upset with the usurpation of our Constitutional rights by law enforcement agencies. The officers manning this dui checkpoint in LA could have done a better job at keeping drunk drivers off the road by patrolling the streets rather than by sitting in one spot and relying on intimidation to have drivers self-incriminate and make for an easy deuce conviction. The 4th Amendment is pretty clear about guaranteeing security for individuals unless there is probable cause or reasonable suspicion for a peace officer to arrest or detain them. I, along with countless other innocent individuals, were illegally detained with no cause and the only excuse the officers could come up with was that the supreme court has authorized dui checkpoints. I want to add that the officer at the checkpoint was very courteous and professional and this in no way is a negative comment on him or his performance of duties assigned to him, but rather about the assignment itself.
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Old 08-19-2015, 11:12 AM   #5569
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pedicab inspection "checkpoint":


constitution need not apply. papers please. in b4 joeP says they are keeping us safe so we should just trash our own rights because the "safety" given to us by our overlords is better than the inconveniences of getting raped up the ******* by gunpoint. He also wont be able to find anything in the NY code that authorizes such Gestapo stops.

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Old 08-19-2015, 12:48 PM   #5570
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child rapist being a child rapist.

UPDATE: Haskell police officer arrested on sexual assault, child - KATV - Breaking News, Weather and Razorback Sports

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A Haskell police officer has been fired after being arrested for multiple charges including sexual assault. Some in Saline County are appalled by the Kyle Vaughan's actions, while others, who say they know him best, are defending him.

Cars line Arkansas Highway 229 in Haskell as kids get out of their second day of school. Right across the street from the school is the Haskell Police Department, and their officers help direct school traffic.

"We put our safety in the department over here across the street and I'm just glad it was found out as quick as it was," one grandparent who wanted to remain anonymous said.

On Monday, one of the Haskell police officers was arrested for sexual assault involving a juvenile. 32-year-old Kyle Vaughan is also facing two child pornography charges.
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Two former Ga. police officers charged with murder for stun gun death of handcuffed man - The Washington Post

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Two former police officers from East Point, Ga. have been indicted on charges of murder in the April 2014 death of Gregory Towns, a 24-year-old unarmed black man who died after a stun gun was used on him while he was in handcuffs.

Former Cpl. Howard Weems and Sgt. Marcus Eberhart were indicted on charges of felony murder, involuntary manslaughter, aggravated assault and several charges of violation of an oath by a public officer.

While the death was being investigated, Eberhart resigned and Weems was fired by the department, which has a policy prohibiting officers from using stun guns.

Gregory Towns (provided by the Towns family) Gregory Towns (provided by the Towns family)
The two officers approached Towns as he left his mother’s apartment complex after allegedly having been involved in a domestic dispute. Towns ran, but was caught by officers after he tripped over a tree branch and fell. According to his family attorney, Towns then struggled to walk, tired from having fled. The officers handcuffed him and used a stun gun to prod him and keep him moving forward, the attorney said.

“He was handcuffed behind his back when this happened, he didn’t have a weapon, he wasn’t the fighting the officers. He was tasered because he was tired and not getting up fast enough,” said Chris Stewart, the Georgia attorney who has been working with Towns’s family. “It’s not just against the law, it’s inhumane. You don’t use a Taser like a cattle prod.”
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bad rapists rape good cops.

Whistleblower Michigan Cop Files Suit Over Allegations of Fellow Cops Having Sex With Teen Ride-Along - PINAC

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A popular Michigan police officer is suing his chief, claiming he was demoted for questioning the mishandling of an investigation about two fellow officers who allegedly had sex with a 16-year-old runaway girl.

Saline police officer Don Lupi had “expressed concerns to persons in city government about two fellow officers allegedly having sexual relations with a minor female who was known to the department as a runaway (and would accompany officers on ‘ride-alongs), and her friend,” the lawsuit states.

Lupi, an 18-year veteran of the department, spending 13 years as a detective, faced severe backlash after reporting the misconduct, especially since one of the parties was a sergeant and therefore his superior.

“Be careful of Lupi, he’s a snake and a rat,” the suit asserts that the sergeant told other officers. “Make a mistake and he keeps it on file.”

The rare good cop had also reported his coworkers in the past for falsifying their time sheets.

In 2013, the detective applied for a promotion to sergeant, and believes that he was passed over due to his complaints in the past, he was also demoted to road patrol in May.

Lupi has good reason to believe that the demotion was a direct penalty for his whistleblowing, as it came directly after he met with Chief Larry Hrinik and City Manager Todd Campbell about the complaints.

Following the meeting, where Lupi went into detail regarding his concerns, Hrinik reportedly said, “Are you done? Starting next rotation you are back on the road.”

Despite the fact that Lupi has been involved in every major Saline police investigation, MLive reported, and seemingly has an outstanding record, police departments seem to place higher value on covering up one another’s crimes than being decent human beings, like a mob.

City officials have not commented on the suit except to say the alleged sex scandal was investigated and unfounded.
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Old 08-19-2015, 12:59 PM   #5573
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a rapist tells you to get out of your car:


backstory is he was being "pulled over" for speeding. he was parked in his lot and basically refused to get out of the car, when he did he was treated with respect and not physically assaulted.

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1. He gave them his license, they never ran it. 2. He called me to come outside & the cop started screaming saying he can't use his phone because it's illegal. 3. Threatened to break car window so he opened the door. They pulled him out by his shirt, threw him into the door and basically tackled him. 4. Yes he resisted when they pulled him out. They did not have to be on top of him punching and tazing him. 5.. They broke the ******* car door and still have his wallet with $200 in it, but claim they don't have it.
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Old 08-19-2015, 01:05 PM   #5574
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oldie but goodie.



rapists love to sucker punch ez vicitms in order to have their way with them.
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craking down on illegal people selling flowers without first obtaining a license to pay the state their fair share.

gotta weak your beak a little, ya know.



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Hey now selling loose cigarettes is also very dangerous. They served and protected the **** out of that dude.


On a side note, that chick that posted that being a cop is hard removed me from her friends
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Hey now selling loose cigarettes is also very dangerous. They served and protected the **** out of that dude.
it's all about money--police are basically hired thugs.

taxes on cigarettes are $6 a pack. a pack costs $14.

when someone buys them in another state and then sells them without taxes, the state arms up its police force, raids your house, and shoots your dog--you then die of a heart attack.

it has nothing to do with protecting you from cancer. it's all about money.

you can see NY makes a **** **** ton of cash from getting people addicted to a product, them requiring them to pay a **** ton of money to buy the product.

even when cigarette smokers are at their lowest numbers ever, tax income is at the highest.

solving murders and preventing violent crimes doesnt get your city/department more funding to hire more police to get more funding, so why bother with it?

arresting pot smokers (war on drugs grant money) and creating monopolies and price-fixes protected by the legal use of deadly force does (practices that are illegal for everyone else).
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it's all about money--police are basically hired thugs.

taxes on cigarettes are $6 a pack. a pack costs $14.

when someone buys them in another state and then sells them without taxes, the state arms up its police force, raids your house, and shoots your dog--you then die of a heart attack.

it has nothing to do with protecting you from cancer. it's all about money.

you can see NY makes a **** **** ton of cash from getting people addicted to a product, them requiring them to pay a **** ton of money to buy the product.

even when cigarette smokers are at their lowest numbers ever, tax income is at the highest.

solving murders and preventing violent crimes doesnt get your city/department more funding to hire more police to get more funding, so why bother with it?

arresting pot smokers (war on drugs grant money) and creating monopolies and price-fixes protected by the legal use of deadly force does (practices that are illegal for everyone else).
I must have misremembered something - but I was sure that I had first seen video of then messing with him inside the store and bothering him about having been busted previous. Only a couple of times have I seen media to mention that he had not been selling cigarettes at that time - not that they witnessed.
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the police were not there to arrest him for cigarettes.

they were called to the scene about a fight. two undercover officers even witnessed the fight and saw him break up the fight.

So far as I'm aware: they used the cigarettes as an excuse for probable cause to arrest him (because they knew who he was). It's unclear if he even had cigarettes on him at the time. They police had absolutely zero RAS to detain him in teh first place, and they certainly had no PC to arrest him. The police saw someone they knew, and tried to arrest him for no reason. they didnt catch him selling cigarettes, he was just there.


the media likes to start his timeline with he was being "arrested for cigarettes", and leave out all events leading up to his arrest.

That's like starting the Freddie Gray story that he was being arrested for a knife...that they only found after stopping him for unknown reasons, after being arrested.


Everyone likes to ignore that part of the story; I think it's most imporant.

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two cops walk into a bar...they go fishing*.

*they actually start handcuffing and detaining people that buy beer, because they need to see if a crime may have been committed without any reasonable suspicion that a crime was even committed.

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