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Old 08-24-2015, 08:43 AM   #5581
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Old 08-24-2015, 08:49 AM   #5582
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knock knock.

**** i gotta stop writing jokes this way...

“Stop F**king Crying!” SWAT Raids Wrong Home, Holds Naked Mom at Gunpoint in Front of Children | The Free Thought Project

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Marianne Diaz and her children were asleep during the pre-dawn hours of August 18 when a gang of heavily armed militarized men kicked in the door to their apartment and began terrorizing this family.

Diaz was woken up by the sound of multiple doors being kicked in. The next thing she knew, she was naked and on her knees, looking down the barrels of several AR-15 rifles.

Stop f**king crying and take care of your f**king kids,” she quoted one officer as saying. According to Diaz, the militarized gang would keep her in this state of terror, completely nude, for ten minutes.

With her children crying at the sight of their mother being held hostage by men in black body armor, the gang proceeded to tear apart their house.

This heavily militarized invasion of an innocent family’s home was because incompetent police had raided the wrong house.

During the assault and terrorization, dispatch records show that officers called for a female officer to come to the scene. When the female officer arrived, Diaz, who was completely naked, was then patted down by the female officer and told to spread her legs to be searched.

America can be assured, however, that this sexual abuse and destruction of a family’s home was done in the best interest of public safety, and officers claim that they acted within the confines of their authority.

The only quandary here is this; cops were looking for 36-year-old Shane B. Jackson Jr., who hadn’t lived in the home since February. Diaz had no clue who Jackson was. A simple call to the electric company would have let the police know that the utilities had been switched over to Diaz’ name, months ago.

The fact that they were at the wrong house is only part of their incompetent and brutal blunder, however. These inept barbarians actually arrested Jackson 2 weeks prior to the raid!
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just a love tap.

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Old 08-24-2015, 09:22 AM   #5584
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I just dont like you.

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Old 08-24-2015, 09:23 AM   #5585
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gotta love police unions.

what an awesome job. you cant literally break the law and not lose your job as someone who enforces the law.

Officer seen shoving bar patron down stairs has suspension overturned; appeal vowed | FOX31 Denver

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A suspended Denver police officer who was caught on video shoving a bar patron against a flight of stairs had his 30-day suspension overturned by a Civil Service Commission hearing officer, it was announced Tuesday.

The Department of Public Safety has said it will appeal the reversal.

The victim, 30-year-old Brandon Schreiber who had to testify at the civil service hearing, was surprised officer Choice Johnson was appealing his suspension.

According to police records, Johnson has 18 other accusations of excessive force against him, but this was the first time he was suspended. The incident was caught on a city halo camera outside 1 Up Bar at 1925 Blake St.
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Old 08-24-2015, 09:27 AM   #5586
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youre "interfering" with me jerking off in my cruiser, so now i get to become violent with you.

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Old 08-24-2015, 09:31 AM   #5587
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cops and escalation tactics.



5:45 mark is great.
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Old 08-24-2015, 09:35 AM   #5588
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wont answer the front door? that's okay, well try to gain entry in the back.

but dont you need a warrant for that?

no, there's a dog inside to kill.

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Old 08-24-2015, 09:43 AM   #5589
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if you never thought cops were dumb, just wait:


this guy was pulled over for having a DC license plate. the cop in the video didn't think DC issues license plates.

the dude driving is about just as dumb, btw.

admits he just graduated law school, but sounds like a complete moran and talks to cops, and even tells the cop he's 100% right. i hope he enjoyed jail.
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Old 08-24-2015, 03:12 PM   #5590
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why defuse when you can escalate.

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haha.

Sweeping changes to Ferguson Municipal Court

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A Ferguson judge has announced huge changes to the Ferguson Municipal Court.

Judge Donald McCullin, appointed in June 2015, will withdraw all arrest warrants issued before Dec. 31, 2014 and an order changing the conditions for Pre-Trial Release. Defendants will be given new court dates along with alternative dispositions, such as payment plans, community service and/or commuting fines for indigent persons.

"These changes should continue the process of restoring confidence in the Court, alleviating fears of the consequences of appearing in Court, and giving many residents a fresh start," said McCullin. "Many individuals whose license has been suspended will be able to obtain them and take advantage of the benefits of being able to drive. Moreover, defendants will not be disadvantaged in being afforded pre-trial release because of the inability to make bond."

If a defendant continually fails to appear on their scheduled court date, an arrest warrant may be issued and/or a request made to the Director of Revenue to seek a setoff of the defendant's tax return. If an arrest warrant is issued for a minor traffic violation, the defendant will not be incarcerated, but instead released on their own recognizance and given another court date.

Addressing criticism that those who don't follow city ordinances will not face consequences, Judge McCullin explained:

"It doesn’t give them a free pass. One, we're removing active warrants, we're not removing cases. They’ll still have to answer. We’ll be sending out summons to those whose warrants have been withdrawn."

All active warrants more than five years old will be quashed with prosecutors approval. In addition, for cases in which the Director of Revenue has suspended a defendant's driver's license solely for failure to appear in court or failure to pay a fine, the license will be reinstated pending final disposition.

"The Ferguson City Council was informed of the proposed actions by Judge McCullin and applauds the recall of the arrest warrants and the rescission of the driver's license suspensions in compliance with Senate Bill 5 and as a way to restore confidence in the Municipal Court," said City of Ferguson Mayor James Knowles.

In addition to changing the system, they will also be changing the address. Court will no longer be held at the city administration building on Church Street in Ferguson. Citizens will now visit court at the complex where the Ferguson Police Department is located on South Florissant.

"There was one school of thought that, when an individual walks up to the police department they might also have the fear they'd be arrested," Judge McCullin said. "But we want to assure them that they will not be arrested, all they're going to do is appear."
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Old 08-25-2015, 08:36 AM   #5592
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got fired for killing too many people holding babies?

dont worry, train others to do the same.

Down and Drought: The Scottsdale police officer who killed six is now training cops when to shoot to kill

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James Peters was cleared in his final fatal shooting, that of John Loxas, an unarmed man carrying his grandchild when Peters shot and killed him. The incident ignited anti-police protests and debate around this officer who had killed so many, and resulted in the city paying out a $4.25 million dollar settlement to the Loxas family. In the summer of 2012, Peters took an early retirement from the city, and effectively dropped out of sight. But while he was no longer a police officer he continued to work alongside law enforcement in the private sector.

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Disgraced Scottsdale police officer James Peters works as a pitch man for Tempe based police shooting simulator VirTra Systems, selling the simulator to police and military alike
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just a friendly cop, doing his service.

notice how he doesnt get a ticket for his "obstruction" but once the papers are clean it's "have a nice day"
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aw poor little babies are going to have to come up with new laws on the whim to enforce...

Denver city attorney tells cops to stop arresting courthouse activists - The Denver Post

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Denver's city attorney has directed the police and sheriff's department to stop arresting people passing out jury nullification literature in front of the courthouse.

The order was revealed Friday in U.S. District Court during a hearing involving a lawsuit against the city and Denver police chief Robert White.

The lawsuit was filed earlier this month on behalf of activists who want to distribute jury nullification information outside the Lindsey-Flanigan courthouse. They sued after two others who were handing out pamphlets were charged with seven counts of jury tampering by District Attorney Mitch Morrissey.

The lawsuit argues that the arrests are a violation of free speech rights and asks for a federal injunction against further arrests.

The lawsuit also named Denver Chief Judge Michael Martinez, who on Thursday issued an order barring demonstrations, protests, distributing literature, proselytizing and other activities on the courthouse grounds.

City Attorney Scott Martinez said his staff argued that the Denver judge's order was overly broad. They also argued against arrests targeting people handing out jury nullification literature.

The city attorney's office also has taken a position that their actions do not violate state law.
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knock knock.

who's there?

bang. bang. bang. bang. bang.

Trooper, state police face civil suit in 2013 shooting of Georgetown man - By Melissa Steele - CapeGazette.com - Covering Delaware's Cape Region - Inland Bays, Atlantic Ocean, Rehoboth Beach, Lewes, Milton, Dewey Beach, USA

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A Georgetown man shot several times inside his home in August, 2013 by a police officer has sued the officer, Delaware State Police and the Department of Public Safety.

Michael W. Rogers and his attorney, Stephen Norman of the Norman Law Firm in Dagsboro, filed the lawsuit in New Castle County Superior Court July 29.

The civil suit was filed five days after Rogers was sentenced to home confinement after pleading no contest to resisting arrest with force for a fight with Trooper Matthew Morgan. The fight inside Rogers' Georgetown home ended with Rogers shot five times and grazed by one bullet. One bullet remains inside him, he testified during his 2014 criminal trial that ended in a mistrial when a jury failed to convict Rogers of third-degree assault and resisting arrest.

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The lawsuit states Morgan, who was later promoted to corporal, went to Rogers' home after 10 p.m., Aug. 1 to investigate an $89 minor traffic incident. No ticket was issued to Rogers.

Morgan did not have a warrant, and even if he did, the lawsuit states, state law forbids him from serving a misdemeanor warrant after 10 p.m.

The lawsuit states Morgan should have waited until the next morning to investigate. Instead, Morgan went to the home to speak to Rogers. Lorraine Rogers answered the door and said she never let Morgan inside. She went to the back of the house to wake Rogers, who was sleeping, and Morgan entered the home uninvited.

The lawsuit states Rogers suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder and, according to Morgan, Rogers was mumbling and pacing when Morgan entered Rogers' bedroom.

“Instead of proceeding with caution and restraint, Defendant Morgan instead elected to initiate a physical encounter with Plaintiff,” the lawsuit states.

Rogers fought back after Morgan used a Taser on him; during trial testimony, Morgan said he was in a headlock and feared for his life.

“According to defendant Morgan, once he physically grabbed Plaintiff in his private bedroom, Plaintiff went from being semi-cooperative to being fully combative,” the lawsuit states.

Morgan exited the bedroom and drew his weapon, pointing it at both Rogers and his mother at one point, the lawsuit states.

Morgan stood inside the home near the front door, and Lorraine Rogers was near him when Rogers entered the front room through another door. Descriptions of what happened next differ: Morgan said Rogers picked up a coffee table to attack him; Rogers said he flipped the coffee table and then used it as a shield when Morgan started shooting. The coffee table, couch and wall of Rogers' home were riddled with bullets.

Rogers was arrested and in police custody for six weeks following the shooting. He was taken to Beebe Healthcare for his gunshot wounds, and later committed to Sussex Correctional Institution.

The lawsuit states Rogers suffered pain and now has medical bills related to surgery and other expenses from the gunshot wounds.
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Joe P: A court has ruled that heart attacks don't give you immunity.

No Immunity for Cop's Chokehold Killing

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A police officer who put a detainee in a chokehold until he died does not qualify for immunity and neither do two others accused of conspiring to cover up the killing, the Sixth Circuit ruled.

In 2004, 25-year-old Carlton Benton was a pretrial detainee at Lucas County jail in Toledo, Ohio. He was taken to the hospital that May because he was suffering from seizures, but resisted officers when they disconnected him from medical equipment to take him back to jail. Officers sprayed him with mace and repeatedly struck his upper body until he was completely subdued, according to court records.

...motivating Schmeltz to shove Benton from behind while leading him back to his cell.

Benton could not break his fall due to his shackles, and struck his head on the cement wall. Sgt. John Gray and other officers witnessed this event.

Schmeltz then pulled Benton off the floor and took him to his cell, where he and Gray attempted to remove the detainee's restraints.

Benton began to "squirm around," making the officers' job more difficult. His family says that his struggling did not pose a threat to the officers.

Nevertheless, Gray allegedly grabbed Benton from behind and placed him in a chokehold. Gray did not release the chokehold until Benton went limp and fell unconscious, even though another officer warned him to let go, saying he was maintaining the chokehold for too long.

The officers then removed the restraints and left the cell, without proving him any medical attention. Another deputy found Benton dead approximately 10 minutes later.

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A jury found the two officers guilty of falsifying records related to Benton's death. Gray was sentenced to three years in prison, while Schmeltz was sentenced to one year and a day.

Benton's family also filed a wrongful death lawsuit, and a Northern Ohio district court denied immunity for Schmeltz, Gray and Telb.

The Cincinnati-based appeals court affirmed Friday that neither officer nor Telb is entitled to immunity for their role in Benton's death.

"Taking into account all of the circumstances of that day, including the legitimate interests of law enforcement in preserving order and discipline, the allegations that Schmeltz and Gray inflicted gratuitous pain on Benton while he was handcuffed, culminating in his death, establish valid claims that both officers violated Benton's Fourteenth Amendment rights," Judge Jane Stranch wrote for a three-member panel.

Both men were aware that their actions were illegal at the time, and attempted to cover up the incident by filing false reports and lying to federal investigators, the judge found.

Benton's family has also shown that Telb "'at least implicitly authorized approved or knowingly acquiesced in the unconstitutional conduct of the offending subordinate' when he helped Schmeltz and Gray to cover up their unconstitutional actions," Stranch wrote, which she said leaves the sheriff potentially liable for his failure to train and supervise his officers.
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Can't get your suspect out of a car?

dont worry, spray him with bullets and drag out his dead body.

Family of man killed by deputies releases witness' video - LA Times

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the chaotic last moments of John Berry's life, Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies attempted to pull him from his car and shot him with a Taser as a woman screamed at them to stop. Then came the gunfire that sprayed the windshield of his BMW. Minutes later, the 31-year-old was pronounced dead at the scene — the curb just outside his Lakewood home.

The July 6 encounter was captured on a shaky, three-minute cellphone video that attorneys for Berry's family said Monday is key evidence in a claim they filed against the county and the Sheriff's Department for negligence, assault and battery and violation of civil rights.

At the time of the shooting, the agency said Berry had rammed his vehicle into a responding patrol car and later trapped a deputy between his vehicle and another auto. "Fearing for the deputy's life, the assisting deputies fired at the suspect," read a statement released shortly afterward.

But an attorney for Berry's family said that Berry never struck the patrol car with his vehicle and that the shooting began after a deputy fell down beside the cars.

At a news conference at the family's home, the attorney disputed allegations that the deputies' lives were in danger.

"No one here should have to endure the pain of watching a loved one unnecessarily and unlawfully be shot right before their eyes," added attorney Steven Carlson.

A neighbor recorded the incident and can be heard yelling at the deputies to stop using force on Berry. At times, the camera is not focused on the interaction between Berry and the deputies. Right before the shooting, the vehicle can be seen moving in reverse at which point deputies opened fire.
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Joe P: A court has ruled that heart attacks don't give you immunity.

No Immunity for Cop's Chokehold Killing
3 years for murder? Seems fair.
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no. 3 yrs for falsifying records. they werent charged with murder.

he appealed: http://www.justice.gov/sites/default...tzdecision.pdf

and was denied like a little bitch-***.
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a local cop once complained to me he doesnt feel trusted now that he's requied to start wearing a body camera soon.

well, sorry but you cant be trusted.

and honestly, it protects you just as much as us.

4 Women Were Beaten By Cops And No One Believed Them, Until This Video Surfaced | Alternet

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Without evidence, these countless victims of police brutality have an uphill battle when attempting to prove their injustices. Despite a proven track record of lies, deceit, and senseless violence the public continues to believe the police over the victims.

Of course, criminals will lie too and say that they didn’t do anything to deserve being beaten by cops. But even when people really didn’t do anything, the public almost never believes them. Even when police are caught on video, shooting unarmed men with their hands in the air, the public will side with the killer cops.


It is indeed a shame.

Up until recently, police in America had almost no chance of being officially charged with a crime. If they were charged, almost none of those officers would be convicted, and many of them would remain on the force.

Four women from Colorado set out to shatter that paradigm.

In July of 2009, four women were handcuffed and attacked by Denver cops. They were savagely thrown to the ground, beaten, and pepper sprayed, and they had done nothing to deserve it.

Naturally, the women filed a formal complaint with the department alleging excessive force, and naturally the public and the department believed the cops’ story over the women’s story.

However, two years later, video evidence would surface that proved the officers to be liars and thugs.

According to their reports, the officers said they were attacked by these women and surrounded by a mob of people. But the video proved these claims were lies.

Once the video was made public, Officers Ricky Nixon and Kevin Devine were fired from the Denver Police Department.

The women were awarded $360,000 from the city, and the incident appeared to be over. Justice had been served — or was it?

Almost immediately, after the public stopped paying attention, these known women batterers were reinstated and allowed back on the streets by the Denver Civil Service Commission.

For years, these brutal cops were allowed to continue carrying guns and place the public’s lives at risk.

The four women were shocked. But they refused to let this injustice stand. In the face of criminals who would undermine the trust of the public and secretly reinstate these vicious cops, the women remained vigilant.

According to FOX 31,

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After a decision made in Aug 2015, over 6 years after the incident, Ricky Nixon was officially fired. The other officer involved, Kevin Devine, quit in 2013.

The deciding officials cited several instances where Nixon made false statements about that July 2009 night.
Because of the perseverance of these four women, a semblance of justice was actually served. For now.

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