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Old 09-03-2015, 08:26 AM   #5681
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respect me, PLEASE. COME ONE. RESPECT ME!!!!!!!





how about stop being thuggish murderous dick-holes and earn our respect? How about YOU start by calling ME sir!
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dumbass rapist shoot himself trying to shoot the dog that was about to maul him to death and leave his poor family without a husband and father.

Riverside County Deputy Falls & Shoots Himself Attacking Dog

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A Deputy in the Riverside County (California) Sheriff’s Office was responding to a call Tuesday in Lake Elsinore. It had been reported that a suspicious person had been looking into windows that morning. While investigating the very residence which the call came from, the skillful deputy encountered a rottweiler. As of yet, the officer remains unnamed. With good reason, who wants their career ruined by letting the masses whom they are to protect know that instead of murdering a dog, he shoots himself. According to Deputy Mike Vasquez, speaking on behalf of the Sheriff’s Office, this is what happened between the dog and the as-yet unnamed officer:

“The dog charged at the deputy,” Vasquez wrote,”and in an effort to protect himself, he fell backwards while drawing his duty weapon and unintentionally shot himself in the leg.”

Fortunately, the dog was uninjured, and Vasquez’s self-inflicted wound was not life-threatening. He was given first aid at the scene and then transported to the hospital for further treatment.

I guess that either the dog was scared away by the sound of the gunshot, or it never intended any harm to the deputy, as it did not attack the officer after he blasted himself in the leg.

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On the other hand, it is extremely rare that an adult human dies from a dog attack. Despite there being so few reports of serious injury or deaths to people or police officers, police still get a rock hard MUH LIFE! boner when encountering the animals. While dogs can engage our primal fears, most of us are able to control them well enough to avoid having to kill them on a regular basis. But police are being conditioned to constantly fear for their lives so much that behind every corner or every moving, living thing, they see a threat to their existence. This engineered paranoia makes police radically and unnecessarily dangerous not just to his fellow man, but to man’s best friend, the dog.
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when cops illegally raid you, you get paid.

Man arrested for parodying mayor on Twitter gets $125K in civil lawsuit | Ars Technica

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An Illinois man arrested when his residence was raided for parodying his town's mayor on Twitter is settling a civil rights lawsuit with the city of Peoria for $125,000. The accord spells out that the local authorities are not to prosecute people for parodies or satire.

Angry backlash shows that online overreach won't "play in Peoria."
Plaintiff Jon Daniel, the operator of the @peoriamayor handle, was initially accused last year of impersonating a public official in violation of Illinois law. However, the 30-year-old was never charged. His arrest was kicked off after the local mayor, Jim Ardis, was concerned that the tweets in that account falsely portrayed him as a drug abuser who associates with prostitutes. One tweet Ardis was concerned about said, "Who stole my crackpipe?"

As part of the agreement, (PDF) which includes legal fees, his attorneys from the American Civil Liberties Union said Peoria will publish a "directive" to the police department making it clear that Illinois law criminalizing impersonation of a public official does not include parody and satire.

"The directive makes clear that parody should never be the predicate for a criminal investigation and that the action against Mr. Daniel should never be repeated again," Karen Sheley, an ACLU attorney, said in a statement.

Daniel said he never "dreamed" that he would be arrested for his fake Twitter account.

"I am satisfied with the outcome in this case," Daniel said in a statement. "I always thought that the twitter account was a joke for me and for my friends."

As we previously reported, the city had defended the arrest:

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In its first response to the lawsuit, the city of Peoria's and Mayor Jim Ardis' attorney told Ars that the mayor and city officials believed Daniel was breaching an Illinois law making it illegal to impersonate a public official. The mayor's attorney said city officials got a judge to issue warrants from Twitter and Comcast to track down Daniel. In short, they were just following the law.

"We took every step in accordance with the law. They appropriately went to the court to obtain warrants. The court reviewed the statute and evidence and made a determination," attorney James Sotos said in a telephone interview. "In the end, that's a judge's determination to issue a warrant or not. It's not unreasonable that a person would look at that statute to see if there was a violation."
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whistle while you rape. do de do do de do do...

Maryland State Police trooper indicted on sex charges | Maryland News - WBAL Home

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A Maryland State Police trooper has been indicted for a first-degree sex offense and related charges after an incident in which he forced ---- intercourse on a woman while holding her at gun point, officials said.

A 43-year-old Maryland State Trooper has been charged with forcing a woman to perform a sex act at gunpoint, Prince George’s County Police say.

Prince George's County State's Attorney Angela Alsobrooks said Tuesday that Brian Tucker, who was not on duty at the time, picked up the victim on Walker Mill Road in Capitol Heights on July 6. After a brief exchange, they agreed to have sex, and Tucker drove the victim into an industrial area in his personal vehicle, where they engaged in consensual sex.

During the act, Tucker told the victim that he wanted ---- intercourse, and she refused. Tucker then put his service weapon to her head and forced ---- intercourse.

During the encounter, a Prince George's County Police Officer on regular patrol in the area came upon Tucker and the victim. The victim immediately told the officer that Tucker had a gun and had forced ---- intercourse at gunpoint. Tucker, who identified himself as a Maryland State Trooper, was taken into custody and later charged.

Tucker was also charged with a second-degree sex offense, first- and second-degree assault and use of a handgun in the commission of a crime of violence.

Tucker is free on $500,000 bond. According to MSP, he remains suspended without pay.
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I don't like violent thugs killing innocent things of any kind.

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Old 09-03-2015, 09:43 AM   #5686
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want to shoot people just stealing a beer and have full protection from prosecution for your wild use of deadly force? be a cop.

Washington state patrolman won't face charges over shooting of two black men | Reuters

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A Washington state police officer will not face criminal charges after shooting two unarmed black men suspected of trying to steal beer from a supermarket, a prosecutor's office said on Wednesday.

Officer Ryan Donald, a three-year veteran of the police department in the state capital Olympia, told investigators the men had no weapons during the May incident.

But one of them tried to pull him to the ground while the other raised his skateboard above his head "as if to strike him" and that he issued a verbal warning before opening fire, the police department said.

No charges will be brought against Donald because his use of force was justified, said Anne Larsen, a spokeswoman for the Thurston County prosecuting attorney said.

"The officer acted in good faith and without malice," Larsen said.

The Olympia Police Department will conduct an internal review to determine whether Donald's actions violated any department policies, police chief Ronnie Roberts said in a statement.

The shooting in the city of 48,000 people, only about 2 percent of whom are black, triggered street demonstrations.

It followed a series of fatal incidents across the nation that have put law enforcement agencies under scrutiny over their use of force, particularly against young black men and other minorities.

Relating Donald's account of the incident, Roberts said the policeman, who is white, and other officers responded to a call from a supermarket where employees reported two men trying to steal beer had thrown a case at a clerk and then run.

During the subsequent confrontation with police, Donald shot Andre Thompson and Bryson Chaplin, two brothers aged 24 and 21. Thompson was shot in the abdomen and Chaplin in the chest, neck, back, and arm. Chaplin is paralyzed from the waist down, local media reported.

Thompson told investigators he did not use a skateboard to defend himself and could not remember whether his brother did so.

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Dogs are always innocent--they have no concept of right or wrong.

[not guilty of a crime or offense]
People are always assumed innocent--the state has to prove their guilt before death by firing squad, which needs to be first confirmed by a jury.

The bill of rights is extended to all citizens (and illegals when it comes to free money), including ones who may or may not have committed a crime. This includes protections against the state from censorship, robbery, murder, and railroading a conviction.

There's a limited number of rights that one loses AFTER a conviction, but never before.


Just because you're a bigot, doesn't mean others shouldn't also be able to enjoy the same freedoms as you. I've posted myriad of examples of 100% completely innocent people being raped by the state (often by illegal tactics--very irony. wowe.) by a thuggish loon that gets paid and protected to make life for everyday freedom-loving people a living hell--both fincially and socially.


If I could do it all over again, I'd actually try in school to become a criminal defense attorney.
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the word science is used here, good listen:

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want to shoot people as they drive off and don't put you at any immediate risk to your own life (which violoates local policy and federal law), then be protected from the crimes of murder? be a cop.



to be fair, they found a screwdriver in the car, so I understand why the Jury decided murder was okay today.
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want to rape children? be a rapist.

Former police officer, 2 others, accused in child prostitution case in Alamance (UPDATE) - Greensboro News & Record: Crime

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A firefighter and former police officer are charged and a third man is wanted in connection with a child prostitution case.

The State Bureau of Investigation said in a press release John Wendell Moore, 58, of Burlington is charged with statutory rape or sexual offense of a minor and patronizing a prostitute who is a minor.

Moore is a former Chapel-Hill police officer who resigned after being accused of posing as a FBI agent in 2003.

The SBI said it also charged Graham Fire Department volunteer Nathen Vance Newlin, 30, of Graham with one count of patronizing a prostitute who is a minor.

In February the city of Graham named Nathen Newlin the 2014 fireman of the year.

Officers are searching for Jin Qin Chen, 38, of Burlington who is wanted for one count of statutory rape or sexual offense of a minor and two counts of patronizing a prostitute who is a minor.

The charges for all three men stem from incidents that happened in June and July.
Burlington Police Department requested help from ICE Homeland Security and the SBI after initially launching an investigation into the crimes.

Investigators searched two apartments and a house regarding these charges. The search warrants have been sealed for 90 days.

The investigation is ongoing and additional arrests are anticipated.

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want more money than your job-required mandatory overtime pays? be a cop.

Two Norfolk police officers indicted on embezzlement charges | WTKR.com

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Two Norfolk police officers have been indicted on four embezzlement charges each following a Virginia State Police investigation.

The indictments are based on an investigation of an off-duty matter, according to police officials.

According to the indictments, both officers are accused of taking money from the International Brotherhood of Police over several years from 2011-2014. They did not go into detail about how much money is involved, but the indictments say each charge is for at least $200 or more.

Officer Randolph Brann and Officer Jacob Wright will remain on administrative duty throughout the court proceeding and pending internal investigation.

Both officers have been with the Norfolk Police Department for seven years. Brann was president of the Norfolk Police Union.

The Norfolk Police Department is fully cooperating with the Virginia State Police and Norfolk Commonwealth Attorney’s Office.
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want to arrest people who dont think have committed a crime (an arrest without probable cause* is illegal for bigots who don't understand), just because? be a cop.


"This is a complete violation of my rights."

"Well, maybe. [but we don't give a flying **** about your rights because who's going to stop us? a grand jury? hahaha, that's funny. WE control the jury and only present evidence that proves our innocence, not our guilt like we will for you once charged.]"





*probable cause means, that you are more than certain of guilt of a particular crime** (e.g. I do not have PC to search your car if I think that maybe if I search around I might found you guilty of a something in your possesion, maybe a bag of weed, some illegal pokemon trading cards, whatever I may find.)

**particular crime means you already know what evidence/crime you are searching/arresting for. (e.g. I suspect you of robbing a bank, I saw you speed away and an alarm was ringing. I have PC to search your car to look for stolen money. I have PC to arrest you based off the stolen money I found in the car. I do not have PC to arrest you if I found no money or evidence of a crime.)
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Dogs are always innocent--they have no concept of right or wrong.
Dogs have no civil rights.




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People are always assumed innocent--the state has to prove their guilt before death by firing squad, which needs to be first confirmed by a jury.
See, that's actually false.

And I'm not being sarcastic or melodramatic- you seem to be overlooking the fundamental legal concept of justifiable homicide (as well as Jus ad bellum), and the philosophical concepts of the principle of double effect, consequentialism, the trolley problem, etc.



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If I could do it all over again, I'd actually try in school to become a criminal defense attorney.
I don't think you'd have liked it, or done well in law school. One of the most fundamental ideas which they pound into you from day 1 is that there are no absolutes.
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an arrest warrant is not a search warrant.

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scared officers.


TIL: that in this "day and age" the constitution actually doesn't mean anything.
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Accidentally crash your police car into a tree? No problem. Just shoot it full of holes, set it on fire, and then make up a story about how you were ambushed and attacked, triggering a statewide manhunt for a fictitious assailant.

Mass. police say officer made up story about shooting that sparked a manhunt - The Washington Post


Mass. police say officer made up story about shooting that sparked a manhunt
By Elahe Izadi September 3 at 7:15 PM


A police officer watches as a cruiser that was shot at is removed from Forest Road, Sept. 2 in Millis, Mass. (John Blanding/The Boston Globe via AP)

On Wednesday, a part-time officer in Millis, Mass. said that a man in a pickup truck had shot at his cruiser. They exchanged fire. The cruiser crashed and caught on fire. Police from several towns, a Massachusetts State Police helicopter and K9 units were all part of the massive hunt for the suspect.

But it turns out there is no suspect, Millis Police said Thursday. The part-time officer allegedly made the whole story up.

After several interviews with the part-time officer, “and as a result of all other evidence, we have determined that the officer’s story was fabricated, specifically that he fired shots at his own cruiser as part of a plan to concoct a story that he was fired upon,” reads a Millis Police Department statement. “The evidence indicates that the shots were not fired by a suspect and there is no gunman at-large in or around the town.”

The department isn’t releasing the officer’s name and said it wouldn’t comment on possible motives or his performance record, pending formal charges. But they did announce he will be fired and that they would work with prosecutors and state police to “determine what criminal charges the officer will face.”

When the incident first became public, authorities said they were looking for a man between 25 and 40 years of age in a dark-colored pickup truck who fired two or three shots at the officer who returned fire. State police had said that the cruiser crashed into a tree and caught fire, and the officer inside wasn’t seriously hurt.

After the incident, residents in the suburban Boston town were told to stay inside as SWAT officers searched for a suspect, the Associated Press reported.

Investigators searched for ballistics evidence around the scene, but the only such evidence they found belonged to the part-time officer, according to police. And investigators aren’t sure if he set the cruiser on fire, AP reported.

State Police referred questions to the Millis Police Department. A spokesman for the local department wasn’t available for comment.

The part-time officer used to be a dispatcher at the Millis department and was hired as a “permanent intermittent officer” in June. “He was scheduled to begin training to become a full-time officer soon,” the Millis Police statement read.

Other officers on the force are “dedicated public servants and committed to the highest levels of integrity,” the statement read. It continued:

“The alleged actions of this officer should NOT reflect on the remainder of the Millis Police Department… To their credit, they undertook the difficult task of investigating one of their own and did so without bias.”
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“The alleged actions of this officer should NOT reflect on the remainder of the Millis Police Department…
Uh, yes it should. You hired the lying dumbass.
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When in doubt, allege sex crimes. Even if the "victim" and the "perpetrator" are the same person.

Teen faces sex crime charges against herself over nude selfies | New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV

Teen faces sex crime charges against herself over nude selfies
POSTED 8:09 PM, SEPTEMBER 3, 2015, BY ANDREA CAVALLIER, UPDATED AT 08:11PM, SEPTEMBER 3, 2015




FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. -- A North Carolina teen accused of sending a nude selfie to her boyfriend last fall is now facing felony sex crime charges against herself, Cumberland County Sheriff's deputies say.

The Fayetteville Observer reported Tuesday that the Sheriff's Office issued a warrant for the 16-year-old girl as both the adult perpetrator and the minor victim of two counts of sexual exploitation of a minor.

If convicted, the girl could be sent to prison and would be required to register as a sex offender for the rest of her life.

Police also charged her boyfriend with five counts of sexual exploitation of minor. If convicted, he also faces prison time and registering as a sex offender.

The charges also forced the quarterback off the football team, the paper reported.

Psychologist Jeff Temple of the University of Texas Medical Branch said his research has found that 28 percent of teens use their cellphones to send naked photos of themselves to other teens. So does a 2014 study published by researchers at Drexel University in Pennsylvania.

Sexting a photo is considered illegal in North Carolina, but the age of consent for sexual activity is 16.
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need to kill things without civil rights? be a cop.

Family wants officer fired for killing their dog : Lincoln, NE Journal Star

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Todd loved to play fetch.

The border collie and boxer mix would chase his ball until he fell over if his owner, Rania Hagemeier, would have let him.

Hagemeier buried Todd with that ball, so he can chase it in heaven.

Todd died Wednesday. A Wilber police officer stood in the family’s yard and shot the dog in the head and chest as Rania Hagemeier’s 13-year-old daughter, Bree, screamed for the officer not to shoot, according to the family’s attorney, Dustin Garrison of Beatrice.

Wilber Police Chief Stephen Sunday, Mayor Roger Chrans and City Attorney Tad Eickman declined to comment on the case. Eickman said reports of the incident have been reviewed and turned over to the city’s insurance company.

In the meantime, city officials have declined to answer any questions, including whether the officer involved in the shooting has been disciplined or is still employed by the city.

When Sunday was asked about the Wilber Police Department’s policy on use of deadly force and discharging a firearm within the city, he declined to answer and hung up the phone.

In Facebook posts, Todd’s family described him as gentle and fun-loving. He lived with four Chihuahuas and a cat and liked to play with the neighbors’ children.

“Todd didn’t have a mean bone in his body,” Garrison said. “This is simply the result of an overzealous police officer that wanted to use his gun and used it on a dog for no apparent reason.”

The family has called for the officer to be fired and is considering a lawsuit or other action.

Some of the details surrounding the shooting remain hazy.

What the family knows is the door on the back porch didn’t get properly latched Wednesday morning, and Todd got out. Their yard has no fence.

A Wilber police officer responded to a report of a dog at large, but it's unknown whether Todd was the dog reported.

“We think he went to the location looking for another dog and just happened to stumble across Todd,” Garrison said.


While trying to catch Todd, the officer cornered the dog in the Hagemeier’s yard.

Bree Hagemeier opened the door of the house to see the officer pointing a gun and screamed for him to stop.

The officer shot Todd in the head. The dog then reared up and the officer shot him in the chest. Todd fell to the ground on his right side, Garrison said.


Bill Muldoon, director of the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center, declined to comment on this specific case, but said officers are trained to use deadly force to defend themselves or others from death or serious bodily injury, and that includes an animal attack.

Garrison argued the officer needlessly endangered people by firing a gun in a residential neighborhood.

“In shooting this dog, he put lots of people’s lives in danger,” Garrison said. “That bullet could have ricocheted anywhere in the neighborhood.”

Bree Hagemeier was 74 feet away when the officer fired the first shot and 63 feet away from the second shot, Garrison said.

The Hagemeier family had Todd’s body examined. The first bullet lodged in his head. The second passed through his body and has not been found.

yesterday my neighbor's dog got out of their fenced yard when i came home from work. I parked my car, called the dog over, and put it back into the yard and let the homeowner know.

I did not get a boner.
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want to get paid without having to do work? be a cop and assault people WITH civil rights.

This Cop Was Suspended for Beating Multiple People, 7 years and $600K Later He’s Still on Vacation | The Free Thought Project

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It has become common knowledge that police typically get away with whatever they want as long as they are in uniform, and to make matters worse, they are usually rewarded for it as well. When an officer attacks an innocent person or is suspected of corruption on the job, they are usually rewarded with a paid vacation.

In some circumstances, when police are on paid suspensions for long periods of time, they can end up receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars in paychecks.

According to National Post, Durham Regional Police officer, Glen Turpin, has earned more than $600,000 since he was suspended in 2008 for assault and excessive force. Despite the fact that the officer has been found guilty of numerous crimes, he still continues to collect a paycheck from the police department.

Turpin was convicted on both charges and given two years probation and 120 hours of community service. Lawyers are currently deciding on whether or not he should keep his job, but the cases have been going on for years, and Turpin even admitted guilt. He has even moved on and secured other jobs, but he is still collecting his check as a cop.

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