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Old 09-07-2015, 03:14 PM   #5721
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want to be more likely to be shot by yourself than a criminal? be a cop.

American police are 300% more likely to kill themselves than be shot and killed by someone else

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In 2013, the last year on public record, 126 police officers committed suicide.

Compare that to 47 police officers who were shot and killed in 2014 or the 43 that are predicted to be shot and killed this year, and it's increasingly clear that people who love police officers and want to see them do well in life should seriously consider focusing on their mental health.

Instead, police departments stock up on military-style tanks and body armor, which do nothing whatsoever when your greatest pain is in your mind. Not only that, but studies are showing that as many as 25 percent of police officers are battling drug addictions, more than twice the national average.
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Old 09-07-2015, 03:17 PM   #5722
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want to slam peoples faces into burning hot pavement for no reason whatsoever? be a cop.





Severe Burns - Mom Says Cop Slammed Son's Face Into Newly Laid Asphalt | Cop Block

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Marisa Amann says that on Friday at around 3:30 pm, her son Brent Culpepper was a passenger in a truck stopped in a line of traffic waiting on road workers that were laying down new asphalt.

Amann contends that the workers were upset at the driver of the vehicle because he had “marked up the new asphalt,” and called the cops before a “Pearl River County sheriff’s department truck pulled up behind the vehicle and another approached them from the front and told the driver to get out.”

According to Amann, her son was in the military, spent four years as a local sheriff’s explorer, and has family members who are former cops. So, when an undercover Narcotics deputy responded to the passenger side of the truck and asked him for his ID, he asked the officer why.

It is at this point, the mother says, that the deputy opened the door, told Brent to get out of the vehicle, and then grabbed him and slammed his face into the newly laid asphalt.

Amann says that her son, who was screaming in agony, repeatedly told the officer that his face was burning and tried to lift it off the pavement but “the deputy shoved his face back onto the burning hot asphalt” – which paramedics latter determined was about 300 degrees.

This is when two more deputy’s jumped on Brent, Amann says, and all three “held him down with their knees digging in to his back and their hands pressed on his face [and] handcuffed him.”

The mother said Brent was then taken across the road where he sat for about 30 minutes in the summer sun before officers moved him under a shade tree, poured water on his face, and then called paramedics when they saw his burns were getting worse.

Meanwhile, Amann said, Brent asked the officers why he was cuffed and on what charge he was being held, but deputies refused to answer him other than to say “he was in custody.”

Brent reportedly remained handcuffed while he was loaded into an ambulance and when paramedics inquired about whether or not he was in custody, a deputy told them yes but again refused to say what for.

After informing Brent that his injuries were severe, he was taken to a local ER where a deputy remained stationed outside his room until a Doctor told him that his injuries were so bad that he needed to be transferred to the Jackson Burn Center.

“Once that was revealed,” Amann said, “the arresting deputy entered Brent’s room a total of three times” and placated the situation by “asking if he was alright,” and being “all nice to him.”

When Brent asked the officer for the names and badge numbers of the deputies involved in the incident, “he was told he could get all that info on the report,” the mother said, but added that it was at that point that the cop left and didn’t come back. Brent then reportedly asked nurses if the officers were still there and he was told that they had left and released him from their custody.

Amann says family contacted the sheriffs department on Saturday morning and was told Brent was never arrested and would not be charged with anything. Additionally, the mother said, no report had been filed about the incident.

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Old 09-07-2015, 03:19 PM   #5723
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want to spend hours and hours learning how to shoot at everyday civilians in training, and they forget all it once you need it? be a cop.


NYPD #1 at wild pointless shootings!

NYPD Officers Fire 84 Shots At Suspect, Miss 83 Times

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An attempted murder suspect who fired at New York police was apprehended only after police engaged him in a gun fight, firing a barrage of bullets.

Of the 84 total shots cops fired, one struck the suspect.

Early Friday morning, 27-year-old Jerrol Harris ran from police after allegedly robbing a Brooklyn man, then shooting the victim in the arm as he fled, according to multiple news reports.

When police identified Harris, the suspect immediately began to fire on the cops, police said.

"He fired at them, and they fired back," NYPD Deputy Commissioner Stephen Davis told the New York Daily News. "That’s when he was hit."

The incident took place in the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn at about 1:15 a.m., starting when 52-year-old Leon Faison discovered Harris inside his car attempting to steal items, ABC 7 reported. Harris then shot Faison in the arm before running off, according to police.

Despite being wounded, Faison managed to alert police on the street, who found Harris a short time later, after he allegedly fired at them with his black .40-caliber Taurus Millennium pistol, according to the New York Times.
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Old 09-07-2015, 03:21 PM   #5724
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want to investigate normal human interactions because you have nothing better to do because solving actual crimes would mean youre out of a job? be a cop.


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Old 09-07-2015, 03:24 PM   #5725
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want to be a soldier in the war on dogs? be a cop.

Couple questions response that killed dog - NBC-2.com WBBH News for Fort Myers, Cape Coral & Naples, Florida

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An East Naples couple has been mourning the loss of their dog after it was shot and killed last week by a Collier County sheriff's deputy. Now they're questioning how deputies handled the situation that began as a domestic disturbance call last weekend.

When deputies arrived last Saturday morning at 2:30, they separated Jessica Busse and Ben Zacks and helped pack belongings for them to spend a night apart.

Busse told deputies their dog, Alf, had been frightened by the arguing and was in the bathroom. As Busse exited the bathroom, she said the dog woke up and came out, too. That's when shots were fired.

"I heard her yelp and I was outside," Zacks said. "I screamed, 'Did you shoot my dog?'"

The incident report said a deputy fired five times, hitting Alf in her side and face. The deputy claimed he was "in fear for his life and possibly being injured."

The report says Alf, a black lab mix, was a foot from the deputy when the gun was fired. Busse and Zacks say there were at least 18 feet between the dog and the deputy - one of several inconsistencies they said were in the report.

A private investigator was on the scene Friday measuring bullet holes at the apartment. The couple is hoping the incident will be an eye-opener and prompt better incident training for deputies in the future.
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Shoting deaths of police officers has, on the whole, been in continuous decline since the Reagan administration:


I don't know that I would credit or blame any of them presidents.
Clinton certainly wanted to flood the streets with more cops to regulate us. I forget if I ever heard if he got all the new cops he wanted.
There is a lot of room for play with figures in police killing civilians, armed or unarmed, since they fight against any requirement to report.

I suppose that the unions would wish to bullshit the police along with trying to paint a picture of police under attack and their jobs being more dangerous than farming.
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...their jobs being more dangerous than farming.
Or logging, fishing, roofing, etc.
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Or logging, fishing, roofing, etc.
Yeah - and I have not seen a statistic for how many roofers have had to shoot people or dogs or ponies.
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how many roofers have had to shoot people or dogs or ponies.
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No innocent dogs or ponies shot in this video:

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Jeez, I wonder why people hate rapists:




sounds pretty us vs. them to me...

cop logic:
we are here to serve you, so do what we say or we'll kill you.
We'll protect and serve you all the way to the morgue, bitch!
Yeah, we're supposed to help you but only a little. We mainly just wanna kill people.
Hey, you know how people keep saying we threaten and murder innocent folk? Well, I threatened to murder them.
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Old 09-08-2015, 08:12 AM   #5732
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We were followed by an unmarked car so we voluntarily pulled over to allow him to pass. We were detained, searched for weapons & drugs and when that turned up nothing & instead of being allowed to drive away – 4 cruisers pulled up with a the K-9 dog and they proceeded to walk the dog inside & out. RESULT- That turned up nothing.

So 2 cops ripped the car apart, looking for God knows what on the side of a country road for 1.5hrs and 5 other cops on standby in tactical gear. Picture 1 cop working the driver’s side & the other on the passenger side. After ripping through the car, the passenger side cop (Jr. officer) walks away and leaves his superior to finish. After finding NOTHING; the superior officer walks back to his squad car, the Jr. officer steps over to him, mumbles under his breath & the Superior officer bolts to the passenger side floorboard (my seat) and miraculously finds a morsel of marijuana. Something the dog & the other cop didn’t detect. He puts it in a tester, claims it to be Marijuana and that b/c it was found on MY side of the car—says ‘he’s giving me a citation for possession’. Why not arrest me –BECAUSE apparently the quantity was so small.

WEIRD – So ask yourself, how is it a passenger with No marijuana (furthermore – 2 Non users), get pulled over for tinted windows (ONLY after I questioned the stop, the officer replied, give me your I.D. –UNFORTUNATELY for them I had NO warrants etc.), has a K-9 dog & 2 cops search the car with NO results UNTIL 1 officer does something blatantly illegal

WEIRDER – So ask yourself, how is it the officer on the driver’s side of the car, magically finds marijuana a dog couldn’t discover?

WEIRDEST – After paying $1500 to a lawyer, the VA Prosecutor dropped the charges knowing there was a video. BUT NOW, I’M SADDLED WITH EXPUNGING THIS RIDICULOUS CHARGE FROM MY RECORD—ANOTHER FEE, and get this – Since Virginia is a Commonwealth, they reserve the right to DENY my request!
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Old 09-08-2015, 08:16 AM   #5733
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want to shake down foreigners for papers? well you can't.

Alabama cop had no right to assault Patel: Prosecution to US court

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An American police officer accused of violently assaulting an unarmed 58-year-old Indian grandfather and leaving him partially paralysed had no reason to think he may have committed a crime, a US court was told.

Sureshbhai Patel was never "fleeing" and that police had no right "to shake him down for immigration papers", assistant US Attorney Robert Posey told the Alabama federal court in Huntsville during the trial.

Alabama police officer Eric Parker, 26, has been charged for violating civil rights by assaulting Patel in February.

"Is there a language barrier? They had no reason to try to think of a crime he (Patel) may have committed," Posey was quoted as saying by Al.com news website.

On the third day of the testimony, the defense called some police officers but each one told the jury that the front leg sweep and takedown of Patel did not violate the policy and training of the Madison Police Department.

"In that situation, I believe officer Parker did what he had to do to adapt and overcome," testified officer Russell Owens on Friday.

Sergeant Nicholas McRee said that the use of a takedown is consistent with policy and training if a suspect pulls away.

In all, 10 officers have testified for the defense and three officers were called to testify by the prosecution.

The defense argued that a suspicious person tried to walk away and that he was non-compliant, he pulled an arm away when Parker tried to control his hands.

The Justice Department, meanwhile, argued that evidence showed Parker telling this was an older man who did not speak English and the trainee had already patted him down for weapons when Parker slammed him to the ground.

At the end, the judge said she was troubled by the assertions that police had no right to stop and investigate Patel but had less trouble with the second part of the federal case questioning the takedown itself.

The government must prove that Parker's action were willful, or that he intended to deprive Patel of the right to be free from unreasonable force.

If convicted, Parker will face up to 10 years in prison on the federal charge.

The incident occurred on the morning of February 6 when Patel, who was walking down the sidewalk "was violently assaulted by a police official without provocation, and left partially paralysed", the 11-page lawsuit said.

A day before, Patel had arrived in the US to assist his son and daughter-in-law in caring for their 17-month-old child who suffered a developmental delay after premature birth.
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need some weed? be a cop.

Why a cop who seized tons of marijuana stole a handful ? and how Sullivan City handled it : News : ValleyCentral.com

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Officer Angel de la Mora squatted on the dirty floor, picking through stray bits of marijuana.

Sullivan City police stopped so many smugglers and seized so much marijuana that nobody bothered with the bits that littered the evidence room floor.

De la Mora grabbed a handful and stuffed the marijuana inside a bottle of rubbing alcohol.

“It was a stupid, dumb mistake,” de la Mora said months later during an interview. “But there’s more to it.”

Police Chief Miguel Martinez stood by the door, watching de la Mora take handful after handful of marijuana. Police Inv. Reynaldo Cortes also stood nearby, occasionally chatting with the chief.

They weren’t concerned about two security cameras that recorded the incident on May 21.

If a police sergeant hadn’t tipped off the Texas Rangers, nobody would have missed the marijuana.

“For me, it was more of a Barney Fife deal,” said attorney Ricardo Salinas, who represents de la Mora — referencing the dimwitted but well-meaning deputy from “The Andy Griffith Show.”

“I don’t believe that him or the chief really meant to do anything wrong,” Salinas said. “Ignorance of the law is no excuse, but I don’t think it’s really worth pursuing.”

The Texas Rangers apparently didn’t agree.

Nearly three weeks later, the Rangers raided the Sullivan City Police Department and seized the surveillance footage.

They also presented Sullivan City with a search warrant that placed the police department on notice: The Rangers believed the incident may have constituted theft by a public servant, a state jail felony, and abuse of official capacity, a Class A misdemeanor.

While the raid surprised Sullivan City administrators, problems with the police department aren’t anything new.

The troubled police department went through five police chiefs during the past five years.

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want to sic your attack dog on a handcuffed man? be a cop.

Caught On Cellphone: Florida Cops Allow Police Dog To Maul Handcuffed Man's Face! | New Video

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Delray Beach police are seen surrounded a handcuffed man and allowed their police dog to maul his face outside a South Florida bar. A police car pulls up as the police dog barks at the restrained man. They let the dog go as witnesses scream in horror for the police to stop the attack.
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border patrol doesn't understand how to border.



when faced with an actual scenario, border patrol has no idea what to do, because not drugs.
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safety first.

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dont like when people record you? be a cop and pull them over later in reltaliation on the most bogus RAS you can think of.


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I got a ticket for the plate not being properly displayed
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From the NJ DMV-----License plate display

When you title and register a vehicle, you will receive two license plates – one for the front and one for the rear of the car. Trailers, motorized bicycles and motorcycles only receive one.

They must be clean and visible at all times. Even though the rear plate is reflectorized, it must be illuminated to make it visible from 50 feet away at night. If your license plate holders obscure or conceal any lettering on the license plate, you are subject to a fine. Did not see anything about mounting laws but there may be somewhere.

this guy was missing a screw and the plate wasn't perfectly horizontal to ground.
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cant make your sweet DUI arrest? dont worry, just arrest him anyway.




because, god forbid THEY drive him home instead of to jail...
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