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Old 10-28-2015, 01:11 PM   #6141
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record all things:



Show me in the video where the photgrapher "attempted to grab the documents and was told to stop"
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Old 10-28-2015, 01:12 PM   #6142
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cops really like violating federal law.



watch the end of the video, those police are wearing their offical uniforms but are actually working for a private company -- enforcing the wishes of a private individual, not the law. Of course, all while breaking state and federal laws themselves.

god they hated being called out on being a bunch of fairies.
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S.C. Deputy Fired After He Threw Student Across Classroom: Sheriff | NBC4 Washington

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A deputy was fired Wednesday after video showed him flipping a teen backward out of her desk and tossing her across a classroom, with the sheriff saying the officer did not follow proper procedures and training.

Richland County Senior Deputy Ben Fields was told of his firing late Wednesday morning, Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott said. Fields had been a school resource officer at Spring Valley High School.

WTF FIRED?! we have no context!!!!!!
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WTF FIRED?! we have no context!!!!!!
I think it's pretty clear, regardless of what happened before the video, that the officer used excessive force in helping a belligerent but nonviolent minor out of her chair.

You're kind of the last person I'd expect to be standing up for the officer in this situation.

Was summary dismissal a bit harsh prior to the investigation (as opposed to unpaid leave)? Probably, But it's a black cop and a white girl, and it's probably better in the grand scheme of things to sacrifice him in order to forestall more violence.
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I think it's pretty clear, regardless of what happened before the video, that the officer used excessive force in helping a belligerent but nonviolent minor out of her chair.

You're kind of the last person I'd expect to be standing up for the officer in this situation.

Was summary dismissal a bit harsh prior to the investigation (as opposed to unpaid leave)? Probably, But it's a black cop and a white girl, and it's probably better in the grand scheme of things to sacrifice him in order to forestall more violence.
He got you.
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He got you.
Did he?

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Old 10-29-2015, 08:49 AM   #6147
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Live Oak, Florida Police Sergeant Arrested on Child Pornography Charges

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A Live Oak police sergeant is facing federal charges for child pornography.

The FBI arrested Sgt. Kyle Kirby around 9 a.m. today and took him directly to its detention facility in Jacksonville after it searched his home last week for child pornography.


Live Oak Police Chief Buddy Williams said he first became aware last Thursday when the FBI met with him at the police department to serve the search warrant.

“That’s when the bomb was dropped,” Williams said.

Agents went through Kirby’s home after he was called into Williams’s office.

The LOPD cooperated but was not involved in the investigation in any capacity, Williams said.

The department turned in one work laptop issued to Kirby to the FBI.

Kirby was suspended on the day of the search.

His first appearance in front of a judge is set for 3 p.m. today, at which time the details of the investigation will become unsealed.

Kirby is well-known in the community and worked frequently with youth, particularly as an athletics coach, Williams said. He has a wife and children, around the ages of 12 and 15, the chief added.

There will be further investigation by the FBI about his involvement with local youth, Williams said.

“It’s something that we all, right now, are just really having a hard time processing,” Williams said. “The only way to face something like this is head-on.”

Kirby was hired at the LOPD in September 2002.

This is an ongoing breaking story. Check back here for more details.
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Old 10-29-2015, 08:52 AM   #6148
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NYPD. #1. nicest people you can meet, just hand you cash.

Deaf Woman To Get $750,000 For Hellish Ordeal With NYPD

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A New York City woman, who is deaf and says NYPD officers wrongfully arrested her and then ignored her pleas for an American Sign Language interpreter, has settled her lawsuit against the city for $750,000, a sum her lawyers say is the largest ever deaf discrimination settlement for a single person.

"Our client is pleased that she can now move on with her life and put this horrific situation behind her," Andrew Rozynski and Eric Baum, the lawyers representing 58-year-old Diana Williams, said in a statement Tuesday.

"Due to the immense barriers they face when trying to communicate with the hearing world, Deaf individuals often find themselves without a voice to assert their rights," Rozynski and Baum added. "Deaf individuals have rights, and they do not have to tolerate discrimination and injustices of any kind."

Williams and her husband, Chris Williams, both of whom are deaf, are landlords of a building in Staten Island. On Sept. 11, 2011, when the couple were trying to evict tenants who hadn't paid rent, the boyfriend of one of the tenants allegedly gestured that he had a gun.

Chris then called for police using a video relay service -- which the couple later argued should've signified to police that they would need a sign language translator. But when officers arrived on the scene there was no translator, and it was only the tenant and the boyfriend, both of whom can hear, who could communicate their side of the story.

Some deaf tenants in the building later testified that the officers rejected their offers to translate for Williams, who cannot hear, speak English or read lips. Instead, Williams was arrested for allegedly getting into a fight with one of the tenants.

Panicked, Williams attempted to scrawl "HOSPITAL" in the dust on the window of the police cruiser, according to The New York Daily News. She made it to "HOSP."

Williams was detained for 24 hours, during which a translator was never provided. She was released without charge.
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after three motnths of investigating themselves, they found they did nothing wrong.

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The Officer was in the neighborhood in response to complaints that someone in the neighborhood was violating City parking codes. While checking registration on cars he noticed a man standing on the sidewalk by a truck. The officer saw the resident quickly duck behind the truck after his patrol car came into view.

The officer considered this suspicious behavior, and decided to investigate further.
After the Officer got out of his patrol car, he also noticed other unusual behavior, including the resident’s agitated demeanor and his initial refusal to comply with the officer’s instruction to remove his hand from his pocket, which had a bulge in it.
After three months, I wonder if they even watched the video...
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Old 10-29-2015, 08:58 AM   #6151
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school resource officer:


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In one of the most shocking cases of police brutality inside a school, 17-year-old Noe Niño de Rivera spent 52 days in a medically induced coma after police tased him at school in November 2013. He was permanently brain injured. Last year Bastrop County in Texas settled a federal lawsuit for $775,000 with his family. We speak to his attorney, Adam Loewy.
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cops are a protected class of thugs that are allowed to go around mrudering peopl eindiscrimiatly so long as they pretend to be "doing police work"

Deputies knock on wrong door, shoot, kill armed Lake Co. man | www.wftv.com

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...three Lake County deputies were out of line when they charged into an apartment complex looking for a suspect and killed an innocent man instead.

On Monday night, friends of Andrew Scott laid flowers on the front step where he was shot and killed.

"Certainly, the police will be held accountable for this by way of a wrongful death suit," said WFTV legal analyst Bill Sheaffer.

He believes it all has to do with the fact that the deputies did not identify themselves when they pounded on the victim's door in the middle of the night.

Officials said the incident started when deputies were looking forattempted murder suspect 31-year-old Jonathan Brown at the Blueberry Hill apartment complex on Ryan Drive in Leesburg.

According to authorities, Brown fled from deputies on a motorcycle, which they later found parked in front of Apartment 114. However, that was not the apartment in which Brown lived.

Three deputies were in uniform when they banged on Scott's door of Apartment 114 around 1:30 a.m. Sunday, believing Brown was inside.

Deputies said they admit they knocked on the wrong apartment door but said they had to open fire when 26-year-old Scott came out, armed with a gun.

Scott was shot and killed, according to the Lake County Sheriff's Office.

Originally, the Sheriff's Office said deputies had announced who they were.

But an email the Sheriff's Office sent Sunday revealed deputies "didn't announce and identify themselves" and called it a "minor detail."

And on Monday, the Sheriff's Office told WFTV's Kathi Belich that deputies didn't have to identify themselves at all.

A spokesman with the Sheriff's Office told Belich that all deputies saw when the door opened was the muzzle of a gun, and they did what they had to protect themselves.

But friends of Scott WFTV talked to said deputies are painting him in the wrong light.

A friend of Scott's called him a gentle giant and said he's the one who gave Scott the gun for his protection. He said Scott had just gotten home from working late when the deputies came to his door.

"They banged on the door. They didn't yell out, 'Lake County Sheriff!' They weren't being loud; vocal. The guy opened the door at 2 in the morning," said a witness who did not want to be identified.

"I saw him six hours before (the shooting), and he was fine," said one of Scott's friends. "When I heard about it I thought it was a joke."

Drugs and drug paraphernalia were found in Scott's home, deputies said.

K-9 Deputy Richard Sylvester, who shot and killed Scott, was wearing a black utility vest with the word "sheriff" on the front.

WFTV learned in the six weeks before Sunday's shooting, Sylvester has been working around 40 hours of overtime per two-week pay period.

WFTV asked if that could've been a factor.

"Regardless of how tired he was, regardless of how much overtime he had this week, or last week, or the last three weeks, or the last month, he took the action he was forced to take that given moment," said Lt. John Herrell of the Lake County Sheriff's Office.
No matter what, the Sheriff's Office said, Scott opened the door with the gun pointed at them, and at this point, there's no indication anyone said anything before Sylvester opened fire.

"This individual was in his home. He was at a place he had a right to be. He's awoken early in the morning by someone banging at his door; certainly he had a right to go to that door armed," said Sheaffer.

In some cases, officers don't identify themselves for the element of surprise if they don't want a suspect to get away. But the only way in or out of Scott's apartment is through the front door and the front windows.

"The bottom line is police went to the wrong house. This was an otherwise innocent person, and he was shot to death," said Sheaffer.

The officers could have surrounded the front and then identified themselves, especially since the officers did not actually see Brown go into the door.

"It was the middle of the night, so they felt it'd be more tactically advantageous to just knock on the door, and that's what we did," said Herrell.

"If the name of the law enforcement agency was announced, do you think this could've been prevented?" asked WFTV reporter Ryan Hughes.

"Well, based upon what we found inside his home -- drugs, scales, pipes, baggies -- I can't answer that. I don't know what he thought," Herrell said.

Sylvester never used his dog to track the suspect. Investigators said Brown's motorcycle was still hot and was parked in front of the door.

They eventually caught Brown at his apartment, which is in the next building.

Sylvester is now on administrative leave. He was also involved in last week's deputy shooting behind an Advanced Auto Parts store in Eustis.

WFTV was told he's a police dog handler and that he witnessed two other deputies kill Gilberto Rivera.

The Sheriff's Office said Rivera had just killed the auto shop clerk he was stalking and wounded another employee.

The deputy who fired the shot that killed Rivera has been placed on administrative leave.
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A dead cop is a good cop:

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Was the above cop a criminal?

if so, then we've already established that accused criminals have no rights to life. And all the others around him should be guilty by association and also killed.
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Was the above cop a criminal?
All cops are criminals.
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Old 10-29-2015, 12:03 PM   #6156
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well then. If a cop is a criminal, and all criminals should be dead, then all cops should be dead.

I Kant do anything about it...
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or better:

Thanks, Obama.


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A few months ago, Obama turned on American police officers when he blamed them for the violent race riots spreading throughout the country, instead of the race-baiting protesters themselves.

Since then, the number of attacks on U.S. cops has dramatically increased as thugs now feel that it is ok to attack police officers because “the president said they could.”

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The blood of this officer, like thousands of other murdered cops, is on Obama’s hands. The president MUST call for an end to violence against police, or else thousands of other officers will die at the hands of thugs.
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Old 10-29-2015, 12:10 PM   #6158
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BTW.

the above image is a Italian miltary police officer who was shot in 2013; not pictured were another officer and a citizen also shot.

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Mr. Alfano said it also appeared that Mr. Preiti had intended to commit suicide, but told officers that he had run out of bullets.

A prosecutor working on the investigation said that Mr. Preiti had intended to target politicians. “He’s a man full of problems who has lost his job, he’d lost everything, he’d had to move back home, he was desperate,” the prosecutor, Pierfilippo Laviani, told the news agency ANSA. Mr. Preiti had planned the attack 20 days ago, according to news media reports.

“He wanted to strike politicians, but when he couldn’t reach them, he shot the police,” Mr. Laviani said.

After the swearing-in ceremony, Mr. Letta met with his ministers for a cabinet meeting that had been scheduled beforehand. The new government will face a confidence vote in Parliament this week.
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BTW.

the above image is a Italian miltary police officer who was shot in 2013;
And these two were Ukrainian civilian police officers:



A good cop is a dead cop.
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find a post in this thread where I (or anyone else that I can think of) have advocated violence or death against police.

and then should I find all the times you've suggested 100% completely innocent people should die or be harmed because the were annoying/noncomplient/in wrong place/black/a jew to your hilter?
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