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Old 10-14-2015, 11:43 AM   #6021
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if you film police, expect to get punched in the face so they can steal it.

WATCH: Unarmed black woman beaten and tackled by Florida cops for filming arrest of her husband

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A ... woman who was punched and tackled to the ground by two white Jacksonville policemen for filming the arrest of her husband claims the cops stole her phone with a recording on the incident, reports NewsJax4.

According to Kelli Wilson, she went down to a local convenience store to record the arrest of her husband and retrieve their car when she was assaulted by the two cops who demanded her name and told her to put her phone away and stop recording.

“I was beaten, and then falsely arrested, my phone was stolen, my car was taken. It was a traumatic experience. It was definitely an experience you never think you would be going through,” said Wilson.

Although police confiscated her phone, video of her arrest was captured by surveillance cameras that showed the unarmed woman talking to the police before they charged, attempting to grab her phone with one officer seen punching her while the other one held her arms.

According to Wilson, one of the policemen demanded she stop filming and she asked him “why?”

“He asked for it, he demanded it again, and I gave him the same, ‘Why do you want my phone? What do you need my phone for?’ He told me he would punch me in my face,”Wilson explained. “I eventually got punched and beaten and the sergeant that was on the scene joined in the beating.”

According to the police report, officers at the scene said Wilson repeatedly refused to identify herself and she was arrested for interfering with the arrest, although in the video she can be seen backing away from the officers. The officers admitted that they kneed and punched her as they made the arrest. The report also states the arresting officers believed she was reaching for a weapon after they had her face down on the ground. No weapon was discovered.

According to Wilson, the police confiscated and still have her phone that contains the video that she feels will exonerate her.

Her lawyers believe that the surveillance video should be enough to prove that she did nothing wrong.

“She was lucky for that video, because without it, I don’t think a judge or jury would believe her against three police officers,” said her attorney, Dexter Van Davis.
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police help medical patient by shooting everyone in sight.

Police Shoot the Wrong Woman, Kill Her Mom

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Sparks, Nev. police answering a call about a suicidal woman shot the woman's daughter by mistake, then killed the mother, and the daughter wants them to pay for it.

Darcie Latham sued Sparks, its Police Department and three officers in Federal Court Wednesday, accusing them of shooting her in the upper leg, then killing her suicidal mother, whom police thought had a gun.

Latham, 27, says she and her sister were checking on their mother, Monica Ritchey, at her home in Sparks after 2 p.m. on Oct. 13, 2013, when their mother held a gun to her own head and threatened to shoot herself if her daughters got any closer.

Latham called 911 and says defendant Officers Chad Mowbray, Ryan Simpson and Sgt. Michael Keating responded, incorrectly identified her as her mother and shot her.

Latham says she told the police dispatcher she was with her sister outside and that her mother was armed, threatened to kill herself, fired rounds into the air, was depressed and on pain medication, and threatened to shoot herself if police showed up.

The dispatcher told Sparks police that Latham and her sister were outside their mother's home, and Mowbray deployed an AR-15 rifle when he arrived and stayed at his car, Latham says in the complaint.

Latham says she was backing up while holding a phone to her ear with one hand and held the other over her head when Mowbray shot her.

She says that either Simpson or Keating said over the radio that Ritchey had pointed a gun at them and told Mowbray to "take the shot," which he did after confirming the order. He shot Latham - not her mother.

Latham was maimed and suffers from permanent neurological injuries.

Washoe County District Attorney Dick Gammick investigated and in August 2014 said the officers were justified in shooting and killing Ritchey and wounding Latham, the Reno Gazette-Journal reported. Gammick said in his report that Mowbray had "reasonable belief" that his fellow officers were in "imminent danger of being shot" by Latham, the newspaper reported.

After Mowbray shot Latham in the leg, other officers thought Ritchey had fired the shot, and Keating shot and killed her, according to the Gazette-Journal.

Latham seeks punitive damages for civil rights violations and negligence.

She is represented by Richard Salvatore with the Hardy Law Group, who was not immediately available for comment. The Sparks Police Department does not comment on pending lawsuits.
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Have van, need ID.

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police are just awful human beings.

Man bitten by dog in Phoenix, Arizona is hit by responding officer's bullet - CBS News

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A 53-year-old man who was bitten by an aggressive dog outside a a QuikTrip in Phoenix Thursday morning was then shot by the officer who had responded to the scene, CBS affiliate KPHO reports.

At around 4 a.m., bystanders outside the store contacted an officer who happened to be inside to tell him there was an aggressive dog attacking people out front, according to Sgt. Jonathan Howard with the Phoenix Police Department.

The officer went outside to warn others about the dog and to call for animal control. That's when, Howard said, a man exiting the store was bitten by the stray mastiff/pit bull mix.

The station reports that when the officer tried to subdue the canine, it bit him in the arm. The officer then fired at the dog but the man who had just been bitten before him was also hit by one of the officer's rounds.

He had to be transported to a hospital both for treatment of gunshot wounds and dog bite wounds. However, his injuries are not life-threatening.

The officer stayed on scene to help investigators and then was taken to a hospital to be treated for his bite injuries, the station reports.

Maricopa County Animal Care and Control officers took the dog to the West Valley Animal Care Center, where it was euthanized due to its injuries. MCACC spokeswoman Melissa Gable said the dog did not have a microchip. He was wearing a red collar, but there were no tags or other form of identification.

that's two stories in one day where an officer cant hit his canine target and takes out innocent people instead.

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Cop shoots dog, Scott complains.

Cop shoots man, Scott complains.

Is there anything that a cop can shoot which won't provoke criticism from Scott?
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This confuses me. Why be difficult for being difficult sake? If it's his van then why doesn't he just ID himself and cut that whole altercation short? I get that he doesn't HAVE to, just seems easier *shrug*

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suprise! the cop that was fired for assaulting people, and rehired, is now assaulting people again.

thanks police unions!


Charges Filed Against Owasso Police Officer Accused Of Excessive - NewsOn6.com - Tulsa, OK - News, Weather, Video and Sports - KOTV.com |

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Criminal charges were filed against an Owasso police officer who’s been on administrative leave while under investigation for excessive force.

Friday, the Nowata County district attorney charged Officer Mike Denton with assault and battery with and deadly weapon and reckless conduct with a firearm.

Denton has been on administrative leave since June when he was caught on dash cam video hitting a suspect following a high-speed chase.

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation said the dash cam footage and body cam footage played a major role in finishing the investigation.

The high-speed chase from Tulsa through Owasso ended in Nowata as police from a number of departments surrounded a white truck.

Video shows Denton jamming his shotgun through the window, hitting the suspect, Cody Matthews.

From there, officers Tased Matthews, who was holding a knife, then tried to get him out of the truck. Once he's down, the video shows Denton hitting Mathews again.


That’s what led to Nowata County District Attorney, Kevin Buchanan, filing criminal charges against Denton.

Jessica Brown with OSBI said, "We approach it just like any other investigation, and that is to try our best to collect all the facts in the case, and the facts came in the form of interviews with other officers that were at the scene when the arrest was made."

Brown said, through the investigation, the police who were on the scene with Denton were also interviewed. She said information from those interviews and the video was handed over to the DA.

Brown said in situations like this, having the video is a tremendous asset to the investigation.

"Any video of an incident helps dramatically in an investigation because it spells out the facts," she said.

On the charge of assault and battery, documents say, Denton, "without justifiable or excusable cause" held a shotgun in his hands with the intent of causing bodily harm.

On the second charge of reckless conduct, the documents say, while hitting the suspect, Denton also hit a Nowata officer who was standing close by.

As of now, no warrant for Denton's arrest has been issued.

If he is convicted, depending on the charge, he could face a fine or up to life in prison.

In a statement, the Owasso Police Department said Denton was placed on administrative leave with the excessive force allegations came to light. They said he remains on leave pending the completion of the internal investigation.

They said the charges filed against Denton in Nowata County are being taken seriously and will be considered as part of the ongoing administrative process.

Denton's actions prompted the new investigation just months after he's back on the force after another excessive force complaint.

The old video shows Denton elbowing a handcuffed suspect in 2011.

Denton lost his job but won it back, with back pay, through arbitration and the courts.
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racist cop doesnt understand why it bothers people he's a racist.

Virginia Sheriff Is Shocked At Outrage Over His Repeated Use Of The 'N-Word' In An Interrogation | ThinkProgress

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A Virginia sheriff was publicly slammed by his colleagues this week for saying “------” several times during an interrogation. Responding to a video that mysteriously surfaced on Tuesday, the Virginia Sheriffs’ Association and the Fraternal Order of Police have denounced Dinwiddie County Sheriff D.T. “Duck” Adams, who says he used the term as a bonding technique.

In the video, Adams questions white murder suspect Michael Edward Elmore, who says he does not want to provide details because he’ll get in trouble with “these *******.” In response, Adams says, “No it’s not. We’re gonna protect you, man. We’re gonna protect you. These ******* are not going to get to you. … You’re not gonna be in no hot water with those *******. Tell me what happened, man.”

Adams told the Richmond Times-Dispatch, which first broke the story, that he used the slur as a way to establish a partnership with the suspect. “I repeated what he said because any police officer knows that when you’re in an interrogation, you have to use their words in order to get on their level to get a confession,” he said.

But Adams’ peers have said that the sheriff was out of order for his remarks.

“Although you are trying as an interrogator to communicate with the same manner and on the same level as the suspect, you still have to hold yourself to a higher standard,” Virginia Fraternal Order of Police President Kevin Carroll told the Times-Dispatch. “There is a difference between a curse word and a racial slur.”

Executive Director of the Virginia Sheriffs’ Association John W. Jones shared a similar sentiment. “The Virginia Sheriffs’ Association is disappointed that one of its own members has chosen to display unprofessionalism during an interrogation,” he said.
Adam is currently campaigning for his re-election, and believes the Republican Party released the video because he is a Democrat. The video was released just a few weeks before Election Day, but the interrogation happened two years ago.
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“I was able to get a confession, and the man is in the penitentiary now as a result of it. What more can I say about it? I just can’t believe they would resort to this,” Adams said, defending his actions.

Responding to the sheriff’s accusations, Dinwiddie Republican Committee Chairman Dean McCray countered, “There is no truth to that. The Republican Committee did not circulate that. We think he’s going to lose anyway.”

Reid’s attempt to appear friendly and establish a bond with the suspect is a common law enforcement tactic. Known as the Reid technique, cops will try to use psychology — rather than aggression — to illicit a confession. Officers capitalize on suspects’ anxiety and use it to manipulate the course of the conversation, rather than using physical force. In this case, Elmore did confess and was convicted for murder. But studies show that using psychological warfare in the interrogation room often leads to false confessions.
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police want a record of what homes not to rob:

Cops Caught On TapePolice Are Requiring Citizens 'Register' Their Video Surveillance Systems - Cops Caught On Tape

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Surveillance Camera Registration And Mapping, or SCRAM as it’s called, is a program where police have residents ‘voluntarily’ register their home surveillance systems with the local police. The way the program is supposed to work, is when a crime is committed near your home, police can ‘request’ all the footage that your system recorded. Of course, if you don’t voluntarily give up the footage, police will either take it by force, or get a warrant to secure the footage.

Medford PD's SCRAM Program

I know what you’re thinking: Why on Earth would you tell the police you have a CCTV security system? It’s a very logical argument. I, for one, wouldn’t want the police to have access to any audio/video that I have. But for some areas of the Country, residents are required by law to register those devices with the local police departments.

Take New Jersey, for example. Assemblyman Ralph Caputo crafted bill A-3843 permitting a municipality to enact an ordinance establishing a private outdoor video surveillance camera registry, requiring owners of such cameras to register them with police. People who don’t do it would be subject to $100 fines. That bill is currently making it’s way through the state legislature (it currently has been amended to make the registration process voluntary, though if the registration will be voluntary, why is there a need to pass this bill?)

Registration data must include the owner’s name, address, telephone number, listing of all cameras used there, description of areas viewed by the cameras, and details about how and how long images are saved. New Jersey isn’t alone in their registry. The cities Fremont, San Mateo and Sacramento, California, all have ‘voluntary’ registries as well. Additionally, St. Petersburg, Florida, began their ‘voluntary’ registration last year.

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This confuses me. Why be difficult for being difficult sake? If it's his van then why doesn't he just ID himself and cut that whole altercation short? I get that he doesn't HAVE to, just seems easier *shrug*
Because some Americans, such as Braineack, take pleasure in resisting the lawful (but non-compulsory) requests of public officials of all kinds, simply to prove how smart they are, demonstrate that they "know their rights," etc.


I have no idea why some people behave this way, though I will admit that I also have no idea why some people voluntarily appear on TV shows such as Jerry Springer.
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Because some Americans, such as Braineack, take pleasure in resisting the lawful (but non-compulsory) requests of public officials of all kinds, simply to prove how smart they are, demonstrate that they "know their rights," etc.


I have no idea why some people behave this way, though I will admit that I also have no idea why some people voluntarily appear on TV shows such as Jerry Springer.
Police work requires more than an ID check and crossing fingers hoping for a warrant hit.

What does showing his ID gain? What does the cop seeing his ID gain?

Why didn't the cop simply ask, hey is that your van? The cop didn't see anything illegal, yet suspects this dude of robbing a van because he was just nearby it. We have a thing called laws in America. Example: a Detained person in the state of TX does NOT, BY LAW, have to provide ID.

An officer in the state of TX DEMANDING the ID of a lawfully or unlawfully detained person IS A ******* VIOLATION OF THE ******* LAW.

This guy has every right in the world not to give his name or ID unless arrested. This officer has absolutely no lawful basis in which to demand an ID. Notice how he didn't arrest the guy for not providing ID? yeah, because it's not a crime. The officer, like most, was hoping the guy had a warrant, used a loose set of circumstances to try to validation and trick a citizen into giving evidence against himself and hopefully get a quick arrest out of it without actually having to use up an remaining IQ points.

Police are not our rulers. We are not slaves. Why is wrong for this guy to stand up for his inalienable rights, but it's okay for the police to break/stretch/cirscumvent the law?

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Police work requires more than an ID check and crossing fingers hoping for a warrant hit.
Very true.

Doesn't explain why some people go out of their way to be ******** towards public officials while recording themselves doing so in the hope something violent will happen which they can then use for the purposes of self-sanctification.

Or maybe it does...

But it still violates Wheaton's Law.
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my Fairfax Police at it again with nothing better to do:

I grew up with this family and know the owners. this farm was my first ever job as a kid.

Virginia cops try to bully family farm over ?Black Lives Matter? sign ? but ignite furious backlash instead

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The Fairfax Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 77 called for the boycott of *** Farms because they mistakenly believed the family business had posted the sign. The sign was in fact posted in the window of a home near the property which is the residence of one of the business owners’ family members.

The Fairfax FOP called the sign “disturbing and disappointing” in a Facebook post, which they later deleted due to outcry.

“This is a time in which law enforcement is the target for criticism for almost everything they do and officers are constantly questioned by the public and the media without the benefit of all the facts,” the post read. “The presence of this sign at ***’s Farms helps perpetuate this kind of behavior and judgment. I know you have heard it about a million times but the truth is that ‘All Lives Matter.'”

The post said *** Farms is a local family attraction for things like picking out pumpkins and taking tractor rides. The FOP urged the boycott of the farm, saying the sign was inflammatory and targeted police with “baseless criticism.”

Gina ***, who owns *** Farms, said her daughter has the right to post any sign she wants in her home.

“It’s her private property and she can put up any political sign she wants to in her yard,” she told WUSA. “We treasure our relationship with our local police force, it’s not anything against them at all.”

The FOP was accused of bullying the business by anti-police brutality activists.

“The Facebook post they made, which was removed because of the unprecedented public outrage towards their attempt to bully a local landmark and beloved destination, further reinforces the lack of trust in the Fairfax County Police Department,” Mike Curtis, with the organization CopBlock, told the station.

Brad Carruthers, FOP president, said he took the post down because it was the “wiser course of action.”

“The phrase ‘black lives matter,’ which was initially associated with the positive intentions of creating better connections within communities and encouraging education and dialogue on issues of race, has unfortunately also been used more recently to incite violence against law enforcement officers, which is why it has negative connotations for us,” Caruthers wrote. “My hope is that the situation will improve and we will forge better bonds and a better partnership within our communities.”

A Black Lives Matter activist said saying the phrase has been co-opted is just propaganda.

“It’s not an attack on individual officers; it’s a movement to highlight the structural oppression Black people face in this country,” BLM activist Erika Totten said to WUSA. “When Black men, women and children are dying in the street at the hands of a law enforcement officer every 28 hours, when most of the people incarcerated are there for non violent crimes, when a Black boy can be assaulted for using the ATM and for making gentrifies uncomfortable, how can we not begin the conversation on how to eradicate racial bias in our criminal justice system.”

In the end, Caruthers admitted that black lives matter.

“We do believe in Black Lives Matter,” he said. “The fact of the matter is, and I know it’s a cliché of all lives matter, but we want to work with the communities to strengthen community trust.”

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But it still violates Wheaton's Law.
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There are 22 million pre-schoolers in the U.S.
In contrast, there are ~ 900,000 sworn LE officers in the U.S.

That means that in 2013, the best year for LE officers on this chart, a LEO was ~766% more likely (or ~8.66 times as likely) to be killed by a firearm than a pre-schooler.

It's funny how a picture can lead us to interpret data out of context.

It's kind of like saying "21-year-olds cause more accidents than 90-year-olds!!" While the data is true, it's statistically irrelevant. There just aren't that many accident-prone 90-year-olds left to cause accidents in the first place.
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While we're misinterpreting statistics relative to firearms, toddlers are more dangerous than ISIS and Al Qaeda combined: Toddlers Killed More Americans Than Terrorists Did This Year

They're shooting people on a weekly basis, in fact: People are getting shot by toddlers on a weekly basis this year - The Washington Post

While I don't have precise numbers readily at hand, I'd wager that the number of police officers in possession of a firearm exceeds the number of toddlers in possession of a firearm by a significantly large ratio so to substantiate the claim that you are statistically much more likely to be shot by a toddler with a gun than by a police officer.
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Want to play hero and shoot brown people? Move to Hackensack, NJ and become a cop:

NJ man wanted for murders of girlfriend, son last week shot by police in Hackensack
POSTED 8:43 PM, OCTOBER 15, 2015, BY ANDREA CAVALLIER

HACKENSACK, N.J. -- A 26-year-old man accused of killing his girlfriend and their young son in Jersey City Heights last week is in the hospital after he was shot by police Thursday evening, John Molinelli with Bergen County Prosecutor's Officer confirmed.


Jose Ronald Santos-Alvarez, wanted for the deaths of Monika M. Potoczniak, age 27, and their son Christopher R. Potoczniak, age 4.

Both victims were found unconscious in their second floor apartment located on Lincoln Street in Jersey City last Wednesday, officials said. They were taken to a local hospital where they were both pronounced dead.

The Medical Examiner determined Monika M. Potoczniak was strangled to death and Christopher was suffocated. Both deaths were ruled as homicides.

A week later on Thursday, Hudson County Prosecutors allegedly arrived at a house on Clay Street where they confronted the suspect around 8 p.m.

Santos-Alvarez reportedly lunged at officers with a knife, and was shot.

He was transported to Hackensack University Medical Center.

NJ man wanted for murders of girlfriend, son shot by police in Hackensack | New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV
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That means that in 2013, the best year for LE officers on this chart, a LEO was ~766% more likely (or ~8.66 times as likely) to be killed by a firearm than a pre-schooler.

It's funny how a picture can lead us to interpret data out of context.
either way, an officer has a .000025% chance of being shot to death.
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