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Old 10-16-2015, 08:58 AM   #6041
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dont allegedly drink and drive, police might kill you.

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like to beat up children? then youre probably a roid-raging police officer with a 65 IQ.

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like to sex children? then youre probably a cop.

2 Chicago cops under investigation for sex trafficking 14-year-old girl - Story | WFLD

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The motto of the Chicago Police Department is to "Protect and Serve." However, the latest allegations involving at least two officers with more more than 20 years experience is that they were doing anything but that.

Instead, they are accused of sex-trafficking a 14-year-old girl and there may have been other victims as well.

On Thursday at the Police Board Meeting, Superintendent Garry McCarthy made no comment about the investigation.

Sources say the officers were first caught with child pornography, but as Internal Affairs investigators looked further into the case, they uncovered additional evidence the officers had been using some online web pages to advertise the girl, or girls, for prostitution.

The alleged pimping activities were being conducted while the officers were off-duty, according to a police source.

At least two officers have since been stripped of their police powers and reassigned administrative duties pending the outcome of the investigation. They have not been charged, so we are not naming them.

Because of the nature of the case, and for integrity reasons, Chicago Police have brought in the FBI to help in the investigation.
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this is just funny.



thing looks like a tactical assault weapon.
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Old 10-20-2015, 08:01 AM   #6045
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only able to get a brake light ticket? try escalating the situation...


"no worries"

"whoa bro, you aggravated about something?!"



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Old 10-20-2015, 08:07 AM   #6046
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sick cop? sorry redundant.

Missouri Cop Who Lured 60 Straight Men to His Home for Fellatio-Through-a-Door Pleads Guilty

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A Missouri cop with an oral fixation for ***** was able to convince 60 straight men to come to his home for fellatio after placing an ad on Craig’s List.

Chesterfield police officer David Cerna would pose as a woman online, sending men a photo of a woman, telling them that she wanted to perform oral sex on them.

The men would get aroused and make arrangements to meet the woman at her home, only to show up and learn that the woman was shy and did not want to show her face.

So the men would stick their ***** through a hole in a door as Cerna kneeled on the other side, performing oral sex on them. Sixty men in 18 months fell for this ruse.

The Missouri cop would video record the sex acts and post them online on a gay **** site he ran.

And he would also arrest boys and transport them to the police station where he would take them in a backroom and frisk them thoroughly by fondling their genitals, then exposing the genitals so they would be recorded by a secret camera.

And if that did not keep him busy enough, Cerna set up a video camera in the bathroom of a local gas station to provide material for his website.

And that is what led to his arrest after a local television reporter began investigating a secret camera found in the Mobil on the Run. The reporter, Chris Hayes from Fox 2 News, then informed police about the camera, who began investigating, tracking it to their fellow officer.

Cerna, who had been on the force for six years, was arrested and fired. And through the investigation, police found videos of the minors as well as of the men who fell for the fellatio-through-the-door ploy.

And he is now facing a litany of charges, including invasion of privacy charges related to the videos from the Craig’s List hookups to sexual exploitation of a minor stemming from the boys he secretly recording while fondling their genitals.

Cerna, 34, pleaded guilty on Monday to the invasion of privacy charges. He has yet to attend trial for the sexual exploitation charges.

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Ill say it again: if you are in trouble, make sure police dont arrive to help.

Florida cops kill black man who pulled over with car trouble ? and then refuse to tell family why

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Palm Beach Gardens, Florida have refused to explain why an officer shot and killed a black man who was reportedly having car trouble over the weekend.

According to WPTV, Palm Beach Gardens Police have only said that one of its officers had shot a man at around 3:15 a.m. on a southbound exit ramp of I-95.

Family members confirmed that the man was 31-year-old Corey Jones, who is known in the community for playing drums in several local bands and churches.

“We don’t know where his body is, we don’t know what’s going on, all we know is someone knocked on the door and said this has happened,” WPEC was told by Ava Wright, a cousin of Jones.

Wright explained that Jones had called an older brother to report car problems while on the way home from a gig on Sunday morning. Jones reportedly said that he would need a ride home after calling a tow truck.

“The family needs some comfort,” Wright insisted. “He never got into any trouble; he was a very good kid.”

Watch the video below from WPTV, broadcast Oct. 19, 2015.
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Raja was on duty in an unmarked police vehicle early Sunday morning when he came across Corey Jones and his disabled car on the Interstate 95 southbound exit ramp at PGA Boulevard.

Raja, who was in plain clothes, believed Jones’ vehicle was abandoned and stopped to investigate it, according to a statement released by police Monday afternoon. As Raja exited his vehicle, “he was suddenly confronted by an armed subject,” the statement says.

“As a result of the confrontation,” Raja fatally shot Jones.
Ten dollars says this cop was off duty and there's no dash cam and he wont face charges because he said he was scared when he was trying to rob an abandoned car.
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Old 10-20-2015, 08:39 AM   #6048
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Go 'ol USA. This chick drives through this twice a day to get to work each day.




at what point in the video did you figure out it's not actually about immigration?
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aw shucks, cant claim immunity when following your bosses illegal orders to break the law and be pervs.

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A detective who installed a hidden camera in the female officers' changing room on his boss's orders is not entitled to immunity on his co-workers' unreasonable search claims, the Seventh Circuit ruled.

William Adkins was a detective at Jessie Brown Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Chicago when he installed a hidden surveillance camera in the ceiling of an office used by female officers as a changing room.

Female officers used the room, which was also in use as a supervisor's office, because the center did not have a designated female locker room for security personnel.

The center discovered the surveillance equipment during a renovation two years later.

Adkins claims he installed the camera on the orders of his supervisor, Chief of the Police and Security Service Myron Thomas, who told him the camera was needed to identify supervisors who were sleeping in the office while on duty.

Adkins contacted two people to inquire about the legality of installing the camera in the office, and both told him it would be illegal. But Thomas told him "not to worry about that."

Images from the camera were sent to Thomas' computer.

Renee Gustafson, a police lieutenant supervisor, sued Thomas, Adkins, and the United States for performing an unconstitutional search, and invading her privacy. The U.S. was dismissed as a defendant when the government accepted her Compensation Act claim.

A federal judge denied Adkins' motion to dismiss based on qualified immunity, and the Seventh Circuit affirmed Friday.

U.S. Circuit Judge Joel Flaum rejected Adkins' claim that "that his actions did not violate a clearly established constitutional right of which a reasonable law enforcement officer in his position would have known."

Adkins' asserted that the Supreme Court's 1987 decision in O'Connor v. Ortega was delivered by a four-judge plurality, and was therefore not a judgment that clearly established the law of the land.

"Both the Supreme Court and this Court have long held that a controlling holding may be gleaned from a plurality opinion," Flaum said, writing for the three-judge panel.

He continued, "More to the point, we have already held that the O'Connor plurality opinion controls because Justice Scalia [in his dissent] did not articulate a different standard than the plurality's reasonableness test."

Thus, he said, the right of employees to be free from unreasonable employer search was clearly established by the time Adkins installed the hidden cameras in 2007.
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Old 10-20-2015, 11:07 AM   #6050
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just a typical cop video:

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Old 10-20-2015, 11:12 AM   #6051
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NYPD #1 in X-ray ****.

NYPD caught using X-ray vans to search the public, refuses court order to release details | ExtremeTech

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Earlier this year, New York State Supreme Court Judge Doris Ling-Cohan ruled that the NYPD couldn’t shield itself from Freedom of Information requests simply because disclosing fleet details could interefere with ongoing investigations. The New York Civil Liberties Union has filed an amicus curiae (friend of the court) briefing arguing against the NYPD’s position, but New York Police Commissioner Bill Bratton continues to stonewall reporters.

“Those are issues I’d prefer not to divulge to the public at this time,” Bratton said. “I will not talk about anything at all about this — it falls into the range of security and counter-terrorism activity that we engage in.”

That type of “It’s for your own good,” attitude is precisely the kind of carte blanche that created the modern NSA in the first place. The NYPD is neither a military organization nor a government agency tasked with protecting New Yorkers from far-flung threats across the globe. It’s a local police force that serves the needs of its own citizens, and its policies and practices must be open to civilian review. As the recently-filed amicus brief notes, “How is the NYPD ensuring that innocent New Yorkers are not subject to harmful x-ray radiation? How long is the NYPD keeping the images that it takes and who can look at them? Is the NYPD obtaining judicial authorization prior to taking images, and if so, what type of authorization? Is the technology funded by taxpayer money, and has the use of the vans justified the price tag? The current price tag is between $729,000 and $825,000 per van.

While these vehicles are referred to as X-ray vans, they don’t use conventional X-ray imaging. Instead, they rely on backscatter technology. Conventional X-ray machines detect hard and soft materials based on how much energy makes it through the target, while backscatter X-rays detect how much energy is reflected from the target. These are the machines that raised substantial privacy concerns when they were first deployed. The image below is Susan Hallowell, director of the Transportation Security Administration’s research lab.

The NYPD’s refusal to turn over information related to its use of these technologies runs afoul of multiple Supreme Court rulings and safety regulations. First, the Supreme Court has ruled in the past that using high-tech sensors to search a person’s house or person is illegal unless a warrant is obtained. Second, there’s very real concerns over the safety of backscatter X-ray devices. In her initial decision, Judge Ling-Cohan wrote:

Petitioner states in his affidavit, and respondent does not dispute, that: backscatter technology, previously deployed in European Union airports, was banned in 2011, because of health concerns; an internal presentation from American Science and Engineering, Inc., the company that manufactures the vans, determined that the vans deliver a radiation dose 40 percent larger than delivered by a backscatter airport scanner; bystanders present when the van is in use are exposed to the radiation that the van emits… moreover, petitioner maintains, and it is not disputed by the NYPD, that ‘there may be significant health risks associated with the use of backscatter x-ray devices as these machines use ionizing radiation, a type of radiation long known to mutate DNA and cause cancer.

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it's like the gov't putting methanol in alcohol, without telling anyone, deliberately poisoning and killing people all over again.
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Old 10-20-2015, 11:16 AM   #6052
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judge logic:

Miss. judge: People charged w crimes are criminals | Al Jazeera America

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But what if months pass between the arrest and the time of indictment?

Lady, people charged with crimes, they are criminals. And they say what meets their purpose. Now they told you they had requested an attorney. They had not requested an attorney in 98 percent of the cases. You never hear of that. I never hear of that.

I don’t know whether they have requested an attorney or not. They would not be entitled to an attorney until indictment, as a policy of this district by myself and the other circuit judge. It would be an additional burden on trial attorneys to go out there and investigate every single case.
I didnt know Joe P was a judge in a bumfuck assfuck of a state.
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Old 10-20-2015, 11:58 AM   #6053
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This is how the state laws in the US work:




(The cartoon incorrectly depicts the police as being the arbiters of morality, when in fact that's the job of the legislature. But it's still funny.)
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Old 10-20-2015, 01:23 PM   #6054
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its missing the part where the cops have sex with the hookers and still arrest others for doing the same.




have black, will arrest:

NYC man was arrested, thrown in Rikers for 6 weeks in 2012 just because he fit vague description of black theft suspect: lawsuit

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A former Macy's employee racked up six weeks behind bars at Rikers Island for a subway theft he didn’t commit — because he fit the vague description of a black man wearing a hoodie, a bombshell lawsuit charged.

David Owens sued the city and Police Officer Anthony Francavilla on Monday, saying he was unfairly busted on Oct. 23, 2012.

Owens had just clocked out of his stock clerk job at the Herald Square flagship store about 3 a.m. and boarded an uptown No. 1 train at 34th St., according to the federal suit filed in Manhattan.

He had no idea he was walking into a nightmare set in motion an hour earlier when an “erratic, possibly intoxicated and definitely hysterical” white woman told police, according to Francavilla’s affidavit, that her backpack had been stolen at an A/C/E train station.

Owens was still at Macy’s finishing up his shift when the alleged theft took place, his lawsuit says.

The accuser told police she was resting with her feet on her backpack at 2:28 a.m. when she felt someone take it and later saw her hoodie-clad assailant “get off the train and run up a flight of stairs,” the lawsuit claims.

When police detained Owens an hour later, the woman, “who officers had to hold up as she spoke,” claimed that Owens did it, according to the complaint.

Owens tried to protest, explaining he had just clocked out of his job. He even showed officers his time-card receipt and gave them the phone number of his supervisor, but Officer Francavilla utterly “ignored him,” the lawsuit claims.
NYPD #1.
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perks of the job: knowing when people die so you know what houses to try to steal.

NYPD officer indicted for allegedly stealing home ownership from dead woman?s family

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A New York City police officer was indicted on Monday on charges including perjury and grand larceny for allegedly stealing a property in Brooklyn from a dead woman’s family, DNAInfo reported.

Prosecutors said that 45-year-old Blanche O’Neal filed a false deed on the property in July 2012, saying that she bought it from Colie Gallman for $10,000. Not only was Gallman’s signature forged, they said, he was identified as the “sole heir” to Lillian Hudson, the former homeowner. Hudson died in 1993.

Last September, O’Neal also identified herself as the property’s owner while testifying during a burglary trial concerning a generator stolen from the premises.

“Her brazen actions have unraveled and she will now be held accountable,” Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson said. “That she is a veteran NYPD officer makes this alleged crime all the more disturbing.”

The officer’s actions came to light, officials said, when Gallman and three relatives tried to sell the property and found the false documents.

O’Neal, a 12-year veteran of the department, was also charged with criminal possession of a forged instrument and filing a forged instrument. She has been suspended without pay and pleaded not guilty to the charges in a court appearance on Monday.

“She’s pleading not guilty, because she’s not guilty,” her attorney Edward Harold King told Gothamist.
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how a hero treats a dog:






how a rapist treats the same:








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Since finding out all of this, Deon has been contacted and offered money to put Howard back with me in a home where he will be loved and spoiled and well taken care of. Deon responded to our offer and pretty much has told me and many others such as Mission K9 Rescue and Operation Releash (non-profit organizations), tough luck and he is providing another type of service now (Therapy Dog), which by the pictures you can see that Howard is not providing this man any type of service and instead is being neglected and not living out a life as a war hero or any dog for that fact should.
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speaking of cops & dogs:

A SICK ******* DISGUSTING COWARD OF A MAN.*



I wonder how the mail man does his job without a gun...


Again, this cop had no business being on the property. he was snooping around and the dog started barking. police are trained to kill you, do not go near police. they will not help you, they dont have any training in help. they dont understand the concept--they only care about themselves.





* i know that's offensive to sick *****, and disgusting cowards, as well as men. sorry.
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lol.


would you like me to leave?

id like you to **** off right now you cheeky kunt.
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look how many cops show up to a fake "gun" call:



this dumbass talked WAY too much. even gave them evidence of potential crimes.
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