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Old 08-28-2015, 08:02 AM   #5621
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Police Logic: No [video] evidence this man was beaten [by us], therefore a crime didn't happen:



Police Say There Is ?Absolutely No Evidence? This Man Was Beaten

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Police in Florida are now claiming that there is “absolutely no evidence” that the man in the picture above was beaten.

Shortly after images of his bloody mug shot began to circulate on social media, it became clear to most that 31-year-old Jamell Adamson had been brutalized by the police.

But a Florida sheriff says that this could have all be a coincidence. Maybe Adamson just tripped and fell, sustaining these injuries, and decided to blame the cops.

Yes, that’s seriously what the Sheriff and Martin County Deputy William Jaques, expect you to believe.

Jaques pulled over Adamson for expired tags, but Adamson did not pull over right away.

When he did, Jaques tried to violently grab him but he was was pushed away, and Adamson tried to get away.

Jaques warned Adamson to stop, then shot him with a Taser. He claims that all of the severe injuries to Adamson’s face were caused by him falling down.

“He made it clear he wasn’t going to surrender peacefully,” Sheriff William Snyder stated on Monday. “So the deployment of that taser was 100% within our guidelines.”

But witnesses say this is a lie.

“We have eyewitnesses. He was beating and beating him,” Lahareesha Mays, Adamson’s sister, explained.

“He has a big gash on the back of his head, too. How did he get that?”

She points to blood stain patterns, indicating close up, repeated beatings, rather than on hit discharging blood farther way.

The Sheriff says they will conduct an “internal investigation.”

Do you believe the police, or do you believe the eyewitnesses?
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proof: cops are handicap.

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the best way to defend crazy murders? crazy science!

City Turns to Police Shooting Expert Accused of 'Pseudoscience'
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best way to defends yourself from the crimes you commited? blame someone else.

KFOX14 Investigates: EPPD Crash Cover-up; officer runs red light causes four car accident - - Breaking News, Weather, and Traffic

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KFOX14 Investigates learns the El Paso Police Department disciplined two officers following a four-vehicle crash involving an officer.

KFOX14 first investigated the accident after witnesses claimed the officer ran the red light and tried to cover it up.

Police gave another driver a tickets and said she was at fault.


Witnesses accuse the police of lying and fabricating a report to protect their own.

One year after the crash, KFOX14 Chief Investigative Reporter Genevieve Curtis obtains never before seen video and discovers who really ran the red light.

After the accident on Fred Wilson and Dyer, just before midnight on Aug. 15, 2014, three of the four stunned and confused drivers all had the same story.

The police officer ran the red light.


But their version of events didn't make it into the police report.

Instead officers pinned the accident on one driver, Allyson Granados, writing her two tickets; one for speeding and one for running a red light.

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Police dash-cam video KFOX14 Investigates obtained shows then-rookie Officer Jonathan Rucker on patrol.

He makes a traffic stop for a brake light problem and discovers both passengers have traffic warrants.

After placing both women in the back of his squad car he proceeds towards North East regional command -- when he realizes something was missing.

In this video he is seen searching for his ticket book and then, impact.

The squad car collides with Granados’ car.

Richard Powell was the front seat passenger in Granados’ car that night.

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“He said that we ran the red light when in all reality we had the green light and he had the red light,” said Powell.

They all said they gave those statements to police at the time.

“Everyone saw the exact same thing except for the officer. It seemed law enforcement was the only one that saw things differently,” said Nicole Austin, another driver that night.

Despite that information, the officer handling the accident, Officer Leilani Ramos, still wrote Granados the two tickets.

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For his actions, Rucker received a letter of reprimand.

Police Chief Greg Allen wrote in that letter, “The evidence showed that you had the red light and failed to yield the right of way because you were not paying attention.”
“Your conduct caused this accident that was clearly preventable."

He also added, "Your carelessness could have resulted in more serious consequences."

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Officer Ramos was sent to take a ticket writing refresher course because investigators determined she wrote the ticket for speeding without having proper independent evidence.

However, she was not reprimanded for citing Allyson as the driver at fault or for writing her a ticket for running the red light.

NO. very bad. dont break the law again, okay? shame on you.

jeez, I wonder why people hate people...
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Old 08-28-2015, 08:10 AM   #5625
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Old 08-28-2015, 08:12 AM   #5626
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citizens vs. unions: unions wins.

Policing Reform in California - The Atlantic

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On Wednesday, the ACLU of Southern California released the results of a statewide survey that it commissioned to gauge the attitudes of likely voters toward policing reforms.

The results were overwhelming:

84 percent favor requiring police officers to wear body cameras.

74 percent of survey respondents believe the public should have access to footage from those body cameras any time that a police officer stands accused of misconduct. A narrow majority believes that the public should have access to all footage.

As for investigations into misconduct by police officers, 79 percent believe the public should have access to the findings if there has been wrongdoing, and 64 percent believe the public should have that same access anytime a cop is even accused.

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It is a testament to the political clout of police unions in the Golden State that policies favored by large majorities of Republican, Democratic, and independent voters are not policy. In Los Angeles, body cameras will roll out in greater numbers this Wednesday, but the LAPD has no plans to allow the public to see the footage generated. Statewide, the results of investigations into police-officer misconduct are sealed from public view under some of the most restrictive laws in the country, often passed by Democratic-controlled legislatures and signed by Democratic governors. Jerry Brown, the current governor, signed one of the worst laws during his last go-round in Sacramento, during the late 1970s. The Democrats who control the state now have yet to reverse it, despite the fact that rank-and-file Democrats are the biggest supporters of transparency. That is an embarrassing failure, and many of their Republican rivals in Sacramento are no better or worse.

The disconnect between what politicians are doing on this issue and the policies that the state’s voters overwhelmingly favor creates an opportunity for policing-reform activists and ambitious politicians. And it suggests that a statewide ballot initiative that takes aim at law-enforcement secrecy could win over voters in 2016.

But none of that should be necessary. The legislature has already seen bills that would leave police officers better trained, more subject to transparency, and more accountable. More bills can be introduced. All that’s needed are politicians with the fortitude to put the public’s interest ahead of the public-employee unions.

Alas, California is short on politicians like that.
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Old 08-28-2015, 08:14 AM   #5627
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pulled over by same cop thrice. when cop finally remembers he doesnt actually smell weed, he leaves.


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Traveling across America once again, i was driving through Kansas along US 54 west and ironically i was pulled over by the exact same road pirate for no reason at all. The road pirate was gonna pull the i smell weed routine until i reminded him who i was... THIS IS TOO FAR OUT OF CONTROL...
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do you know why i pulled you over son?

no.

well, **** we dont either...help us out!


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Old 08-28-2015, 09:16 AM   #5629
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in NYC #1!!!!!!!!!!!!! Straight out of Bill Clinton's own arguments!

NYC pays $57G to plumber after cop wrongfully arrested him for utility knife

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Bernard Perez has a $57,500 settlement from the city to support his argument that he was carrying a utility knife to strip insulation off wiring — not an illegal gravity knife as Officer Justin Delmonico had claimed.

Perez, 48, spent two days in jail and then three follow-up trips to court culminating in a fateful meeting in an assistant district attorney’s office, where Delmonico was asked repeatedly to demonstrate how the knife blade flicked open — and couldn’t.

According to the state Penal Law, a gravity knife is “any knife which has a blade which is released from the handle or sheath … by the force of gravity or the application of centrifugal force.”

After Delmonico’s demonstration gone wrong, the prosecutor told the judge they were sticking a fork in the criminal case.

“We are satisfied that the knife is not in fact a gravity knife,” the prosecutor said, and moved to dismiss the charge against Perez, according to papers filed in Brooklyn Federal Court.

But the prosecutor’s concession was not good enough for city lawyer Jenny Weng, who was fighting Perez's lawsuit.

But the prosecutor’s concession was not good enough for city lawyer Jenny Weng, who was fighting Perez's lawsuit.

“The city’s lawyer actually claimed with a straight face that the word ‘is’ doesn’t mean ‘is,’ ” Perez’s lawyer Joel Berger told the Daily News.

“She argued that the cop believed it was a gravity knife at the time he seized it, but it was no longer functioning as a gravity knife at the time of the demonstration in the DA’s office four months later,” Berger said.

The city relented, signing off on the $57,500 deal on Aug. 21.

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Old 08-28-2015, 09:26 AM   #5630
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Utah must be a dangerous place.

Utah Police & SWAT Made Over 559 Forcible Entries in 2014

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In an effort to increase transparency in policing, lawmakers in the state of Utah last year ordered a report on forcible entries by 168 police departments state-wide. Seventy-five percent of agencies provided information for the report, which includes data on 559 forcible entries conducted by 124 police departments. Salt Lake City/County police forces, called the Unified Police, registered the most forcible entries at 95, with some of the remaining larger counties clocking in around 50 each, and according to KSL,

The report found that most of the forcible entries were drug-related, guns were recovered on only three occasions, and police killed three people in those 559 entries. This definitely brings some questions to mind, not the least of which is: Why is so much force being used in so many situations where people are not armed violent offenders who pose a real threat to the community?

The President of the Utah based Libertas Institute, Connor Boyack, raises the point:
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This report suggests to us that significant amounts of violence and force are being used in non-violent situations. That represents an opportunity for unnecessary harm or death to occur over infractions and alleged crimes that could be handled in a much less violent method.
Of course it is a valid question, one seemingly never to be reasonably answered by our political masters, but I’m thinking; Wait a minute, how is it that these guys can go around kicking in doors so often, armed to the teeth, ready for combat, and amazingly only kill three people in the process? Yet average street cops are killing people nation-wide at a rate of nearly four people per day? Even in the state of Utah, death by cop is the second leading cause of homicide. Utah police are responsible for more of the state’s deaths than gang members, drug dealers or child abusers, according to a report covered by the Huffington Post.

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so many levels of fail.

Critics: APD botches sex crimes training

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A police union official says the Atlanta Police Department is teaching recruits improperly about Georgia sex crimes law. A powerpoint presentation obtained by 11Alive News indicates that police are training recruits to enforce sodomy laws that were ruled unconstitutional nearly two decades ago.

Page five of the Power Point presentation says that "Sodomy is oral or ---- sex with consent," and that "Punishment for Sodomy is 1 to 20 years" in prison.

"It appears to be authentic," said Vince Champion of IBPO local 673, a veteran training officer who viewed the material. "They're being taught to violate the law," Champion added.

Consensual sodomy among adults was illegal for much of Georgia's history. "But the Georgia Supreme Court struck that down in 1998," said Dan Grossman, an attorney who has tangled with APD over its training protocols as well as its raid of a gay bar called the Atlanta Eagle in 2009.

"Gay people, straight people, married people, single people, a lot of people engage in oral sex," Grossman said. "And voluntary consensual adult oral sex is not a crime."

11Alive News provided portions of the material to APD Wednesday. APD released a statement Wednesday evening saying the material was under review and would be updated.

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Old 08-29-2015, 11:10 AM   #5632
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the police will purposefully incite riots to be able to unload fire using their fancy M-16s and FN P90 machine guns.

Waco Biker Massacre: Inconclusive Autopsy Reports, Absurd Court Decisions, Gag Order Maintained - Hit & Run : Reason.com

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They do not….disprove the notion that all, or at least most of the dead men were killed by police using M-16s and FN P90 machine guns.

Thirteen of sixteen entrance wounds were .25 inches in diameter or smaller.

FN P90s fire a round with a diameter of .224409 inches. M-16s fire slightly smaller rounds with diameters of 0.218898 inches. All but one of the victims had wounds fired from a downward trajectory. Six of the nine dead had head or neck wounds. None of the wounds contained gunshot residue which indicates that the shots were fired from at least three feet away and probably five feet or farther away. The absence of residue casts doubt on claims by prosecutors of “Bandidos executing Cossacks, and Cossacks executing Bandidos.” Two of the dead had large wounds consistent with a 12 gauge shotgun slug. Ten of 16 wounds were in the back, indicating that the victims were running away when they died. Seven of the wounds were fired from right to left. Six were fired from left to right.

Nine millimeter bullets have a diameter of 0.35433 inches; forty caliber handguns fire a bullet that is four tenths of an inch in diameter and 357 magnums fire rounds that are about .357 inches in diameter…

Most of the recovered bullets were either highly deformed or fragmented which indicates they were fired by high velocity …..

Most police ammunition in the United States is designed to penetrate a human body to a depth of 12 inches and for that reason that ammunition is usually copper jacketed. Most of the bullets that killed at the Twin Peaks were copper jacketed….

None of the autopsies include ballistics information. Notations by eight pathologists involved in the autopsies describe bullets and bullet fragments in very general and inconsistent terms….
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Old 08-29-2015, 11:19 AM   #5633
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If you're a sexual pervert, be a cop.

Cop Raped Two Children and Threatened to Harm Their Pets if They Spoke Out: Report | Filming Cops

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An incredibly disturbing report has been circulating about an officer charged with multiple crimes of a particularly gruesome nature.

Meet (now-former) police officer David Turkos.
Officer Turkos has been reported for sexually molesting two children from 2001 to 2008.

The boys testified that Officer Turkos threatened to harm their pets and their families if they ever told anyone.

They also said that Officer Turkos “bought them toys” after sexually abusing them.

Officer Turkos was also reportedly armed at the time, as the young boys stated that they knew he had a loaded gun.

Officials state that Officer Turkos raped the two boys, at times handcuffing them, beating them, and threatening to shoot them.

Officer Turkos was charged with three counts of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, two counts of indecent assault and one count of simple assault.

Officer Turkos can be freed on a mere $50k bail.

But it doesn’t end there.

Officer Turkos was also apprehended in March of 2008 after being reported for beating his wife and his stepson.

He was charged at that time with aggravated assault and harassment and two counts each of terroristic threats and simple assault, according to reports.

He then pleaded guilty to the counts of simple assault and harassment and received “probation” for six months, evidently being allowed to keep his job.

And just when you think these stacks of charges couldn’t get any worse, they do.

In February of 2009 Officer Turkos was again apprehended on reports that he masturbated in front of two children.

He was given only 6-12 months in a county lock-up on charges of “corruption of minors.”

We can’t help but wonder, will Officer Turkos eventually patrol the streets again, despite all of these charges?

Since he worked as a police officer, it’s completely within the realm of possibility.

As we are all aware by now, officers rarely face the same severity of punishments as “mundane” citizens, even though their reported crimes are far worse. This is the reality of Government Privilege.
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Old 08-31-2015, 08:56 AM   #5635
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Such respect. wowe.


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This officer clearly meant to spit in the face of another person. It can in no way be considered a part of his official duty, and he was in obvious violation of the law.

How could this police officer justify spitting on someone? If the roles were reversed in this scenario and the man filming spat on the police officer, you could rest assured that there would be an arrest, and most likely a brutal beating.

Instead, there is no recourse for the man who was violated because the one who assaulted him, wears a badge.

This officer should not be allowed to spit on people and keep his job. Share this video to let you friends and family see how Oakland’s finest treat its citizens.

If you’d like to voice your concern to the Oakland PD about this officer’s behavior, you can call them at this number, (510) 777-3333. You can also email them here: ocop@oaklandnet.com


Read more at Unsettling Video Shows Oakland Cop Spit on a Man for Filming Him | The Free Thought Project
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This is Kerpal, you kick your dog.

Officer Whips, Kicks K-9 In Video, Police Investigating

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A disturbing video from a viewer shows what appears to be a Peoria Police officer whipping and kicking his own police dog. The viewer, who wishes to remain anonymous, said it happened Saturday afternoon at 8831 W. Becker Lane in Peoria.

12 News forwarded the video onto Peoria Police who said they will be looking into the incident.

The unidentified viewer said she first "heard I know you're in there come out with your hands up." That's when she said she went to the window with her cell phone rolling.

"Not at all what I thought I would catch on camera," said the Peoria resident.

What she saw and what is shown in the video is an officer whip his own police dog with a leash. Then when the dog does not respond the officer walks up to the dog, whips it again and then kicks it.

"It didn't seem right to me I have never heard of an officer stomping on a dog or whipping it with a leash," said the woman. "The dog looks like a puppy and looks terrified of him. I think the officer needs to be disciplined or spoken to at least."

The woman said it doesn't appear the dog was seriously hurt in the incident.

stupid dog. It should know better as to not false hit so the officers don't need a warrant to search that house.

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NYPD #1!

Claims Against NYPD Reached a Record High Last Year | Complex CA

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New Yorkers had a lot of issues with the NYPD last year. According to a report released by the city, 9,448 claims dealing with everything from civil rights violations to injury to property damage to police misconduct were filed between July 1, 2012, and July 30, 2014.

The city shelled out $216.9 million to cover claims against the NYPD, the New York Times reports, which is the record high for any city agency that year. It's also 16 percent ($30.6 million) higher than the previous record, which was for 2011.

The most prominent of these settlements was with the family of Eric Garner, who was killed by police in 2014; the city paid $5.9 million for a wrongful-death claim filed by Garner's estate. Several other claims were filed for wrongful convictions, many of which occurred 20 or more years ago. Still more payouts — $19.7 million — were related to demonstrations like the 2004 Republican National Convention and Occupy Wall Street.

Apparently the data from the most recent fiscal year, which ended June 30, showed an 11 percent decline in claims. Although that doesn't sound like much, it represents "the first double-digit reduction in more than two decades." Perhaps unsurprisingly, the NYPD declined to comment on the report.

This chart shows the dollar value of settlements from 2005 to 2014. Notice the orange line:


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And the King has declared:

"pull out your cell phone and record, and you'll go straight to jail."


and all the minions felt safe that day.
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New Yorkers still paying for their Mobster overlords.

Last of NYPD 'Mafia Cops' lawsuits finally settled - NY Daily News

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The final tab is official — the murderous NYPD Mafia Cops have cost taxpayers a whopping $18.4 million to settle seven lawsuits with the families of their innocent and mobbed-up slay victims.

The remaining five civil cases were wrapped up this week with a total payout of $8.4 million to the survivors of two Gambino made men, two Luchese mobsters and a mob-connected painters' union leader.

"These settlements bring to a close incidents that occurred in the late 1980s and early 1990s involving two rogue detectives acting at the behest of organized crime," said a city Law Department spokesman. "In light of court rulings during the litigation, it was in the city's best interest to settle these cases."

Federal Judge Raymond Dearie had ruled the case should go to trial because there was sufficient evidence that the victims would not have been whacked had then-NYPD Commissioner Benjamin Ward booted Louis Eppolito off the force in 1984 when the corrupt detective was caught red-handed leaking confidential information to a mobster.

Lawyers for the plaintiffs deposed former police officials involved in Eppolito's disciplinary case including a retired Supreme Court justice, a former deputy commissioner, NYPD lawyers and investigators — and could not solve the mystery of Eppolito beating the charges despite an mountain of evidence against him.

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you can't film in public.

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