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Old 11-03-2015, 12:15 PM   #6221
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If you break the law, remember, Joe Perez will be there to render you unconscience after begin hogtied, punched, and tortured with a taser like one of Michael Vick's discarded fighting dogs.


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After his arrest for being under the influence of alcohol as a minor, he was placed in the cell I recognized, by two officers and the same jailer, and his pants and shirt were taken away. Like me, Franklin was rushed, shoved up against the wall, then down to the floor, where an officer and the jailer, kneeling on his back, held him face down. But then they did something to him that they did not do to me. With two already on his back, and after punching him in the face, the third officer stepped back, and began tasering Franklin's bare leg, more than ten times.

When the police withdrew, Franklin's arms and legs, which were held hog tied behind his back, collapsed, and he remained on the ground, unresponsive. They left him like this. A last officer leaving the cell can be heard saying, "What a douche bag!"

After the video finished, I was told that Kelton, who tasered Franklin, had been suspended previously by a department in New Mexico for tasering a man in custody to death. Then, in speaking with another local attorney, I discovered that the jailer, Hanson, had been suspended for the use of excessive force twice before.
this was an 18-yo arrest under the suspicion of a DUI. he was told to put his hands behind his back, while his hands were being held down. she he was punched and tased until he was no longer conscience.

Video shows teen hog-tied, tasered repeatedly in Sitka jail

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Allison submitted a commentary to KCAW, describing his arrest in February while observing officers conduct a drunk driving investigation on a friend, also outside a bar.

“Without being charged, without being read my rights, without being given a phone call, I was handcuffed, taken into custody, placed in a cell, stripped naked, given a concussion, and held until late the following morning. After being released, I was not arraigned for seven weeks. My arrest wasn’t reported in the local police blotter. Appearing in court, the district attorney pulled me aside, apologized for the circumstances, and offered to dismiss my charges of drunk and disorderly conduct, and criminal mischief for my behavior after my arrest. Though not physically resisting, I did not go quietly.”

Allison posted the proposed radio commentary along with the video in social media. The commentary is under review by a broadcasting attorney, because it alleges that two of the three officers involved in the Hoogendorn arrest had been involved in disciplinary action for excessive use of force. Sitka police chief Sheldon Schmitt says that one officer disciplined for using a taser against a man in Roswell, New Mexico, who subsequently died, was cleared of any wrongdoing along with his fellow officers at the time. Schmitt says the allegations against the second Sitka officer — involved in a shooting — have also been taken out of context.
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Old 11-03-2015, 12:22 PM   #6222
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police hate real heros who save lives (as well as dogs)

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Old 11-03-2015, 12:24 PM   #6223
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cops are horrible ******* child rapists. do not leave your children alone with cops.


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An angry mother recently posted cellphone video of her 7-year-old son in handcuffs at his elementary school. The officer who detained him was unable to release him because he lost his set of keys to the handcuffs.
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Old 11-03-2015, 12:38 PM   #6224
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cops cant help but just shoot everyone and everything.

Adams County rancher shot and killed by deputies

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Idaho State Police are investigating after a Council rancher was shot and killed Sunday by deputies with the Adams County Sheriff's Office.

The incident began when a Subaru station wagon crashed into a bull on US 95 north of Council at about 6:45 p.m. Emergency responders and Adams County deputies responded and were working to extricate the two people inside the car. Adams County Sheriff Ryan Zollman said the bull, which was injured in the collision, started charging at emergency responders and other vehicles.

"The bull was very agitated and was aggressive to emergency services, as well as the other cars coming up and down the highway," he said.

Deputies were getting ready to put the animal down when the bull's owner, 62-year-old Jack Yantis, arrived on the scene with a rifle. Zollman said dispatchers had called Yantis after the crash, telling him that the bull that was hit appeared to be his, and was down on the highway near his house.

What happened next is still under investigation, but Zollman said there was an altercation and Yantis and both deputies all fired their weapons.

Yantis was fatally wounded and died at the scene. One of the deputies suffered a minor injury.


An emotional Zollman said Monday that his thoughts went out to everyone involved, and that his office took the shooting very seriously. ISP has taken over the investigation to prevent a conflict of interest.

"This is going to be a big hit to this community," Zollman said. "The gentleman involved, Mr. Yantis, was a well-known cattle rancher around here. It's just a sad deal for everybody involved, for the whole community."
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Old 11-03-2015, 01:09 PM   #6225
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ill admit, it's gotta be a fun job where you can pretend your king and make up laws and enforce them on the spot.

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Old 11-03-2015, 01:34 PM   #6226
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fun laugh.

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Municipalities love demolishing condemned buildings which have been abandoned.

Man returns home from knee surgery to find house demolished: lawsuit
POSTED 11:36 AM, NOVEMBER 2, 2015, BY ASSOCIATED PRESS, UPDATED AT 06:54PM, NOVEMBER 2, 2015


A Google Street View image from August 2012 shows the property at 27 Garden City Blvd. in West Hempstead, N.Y. (Photo: Google Maps)


WEST HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. — After spending months in Florida recovering from knee surgery, a 69-year-old Long Island man returned home to find that his house had been demolished and all he owned was gone, according to a lawsuit.

Philip Williams sued Hempstead, saying the town went too far in razing the home and getting rid of his possessions.




Philip Williams is suing after returning home following a surgery to find his house demolished and belongings gone. (Credit: Newsday / Chuck Fadely)

Town officials said they made every attempt to reach the man before they knocked down the house. The home was destroyed because, town officials said, it violated town code and qualified as a dangerous building.

Officials said they contacted several different addresses associated with the property, including banks and creditors.

Williams says he went to Florida in December, but didn’t forward his mail. He came back in August to see his home gone. His attorney says the town should have done more to contact him.

Man returns home from knee surgery to find house demolished: lawsuit | New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV
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A Google Street View image from August 2012 shows the property at 27 Garden City Blvd. in West Hempstead, N.Y. (Photo: Google Maps)
that before pic was taken 3 years prior. I bet he let the place look like **** before he left it vacant and unattended for 7-8 months.

here's an idea: if you get notice that someone is about to tear your house down, don't pretend you didnt get the notices and cry about it later.
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Old 11-04-2015, 08:23 AM   #6230
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YES!


Maxwell can't tell he's in hell
He just wants you to visit him there
Same old game that he's playing
His rules are never fair

Nobody want to look back everybody wanna get high tonight
Before they run outta time where's the felon the chargible
Felon the name of the crook who committed the crime

999 if you really want the truth
Dial 999 if you can't see it through
He ain't jack the ripper he's your ordinary crook
Call him Maxwell Murder for you

Maxwell got a hand in his plan
He knows that you are in this plan
Chop the rock before you bought it
Sick maxwell knows you got it
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how to solve the problem with policing:

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Cops love to kill so much, they can't help but kill themselves:

Death of Fox Lake, Illinois, officer likely a suicide, official says | New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV
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this is true. look at the stats on suicide and domestic violence with police...
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Actually, cops love to steal so much and then kill criminals, that they have to kill themselves after deciding they've stolen enough.

Fox Lake police suicide: Chicago-area officer Joseph Gliniewicz allegedly arranged own death as cover-up.

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George Filenko, commander of the Lake County Major Crimes Task Force, called Gliniewicz's actions the "ultimate betrayal" that included intentionally leaving a staged trail of police equipment at the crime scene in an attempt to mislead police to believe his death was a homicide.
Filenko and other law enforcement officials announced details of the investigation's findings that Gliniewicz took a large sum of money from Fox Lake Explorer Post 300. Thousands of dollars was used by Gliniewicz for personal purchases, including travel expenses, mortgage payments, gym memberships, adult websites, facilitating personal loans and unaccounted cash withdrawals, Filenko said.
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Gliniewicz. Stand up guy.
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White Castle Fans Win $32K Settlement After Refusing To Give Cops Their Burgers
BY LAUREN EVANS IN FOOD ON JUN 19, 2014 1:32 PM



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It really pays to stick to your burgers. Or stand your ground beef, if you will. Perhaps you recall the case of the two fellows who, after braving the high winds and rain of Sandy to procure a sack of White Castle sliders in Coney Island, were confronted by cops looking for suspects in a nearby supermarket looting.

The police demanded the men hand over their burgers, on the off chance, maybe, that the looters were hiding in the bag under an especially large leaf of lettuce distended patty. The men refused. The situation escalated, and the pair—Danny Maisonet and Kenneth Glover—allege that police struck them with flashlights and handcuffed them, holding them for two days on charges of obstruction of governmental administration. It's unclear what became of the sliders.

Not that it matters anymore. Maisonet and Glover may never get back their food, nor the two days they spent behind burgerless bars, but this week, the Post reports that they have secured a $32,500 settlement from the city.

A White Castle slider costs around 70 cents. A signature White Castle meat candle costs $15. A candlelit White Castle Valentine's Day feast is $10.

Scoring a $32,500 settlement for refusing to relinquish your smashed, probably wet, disintegrated slider in the name of liberty? Priceless.


White Castle Fans Win $32K Settlement After Refusing To Give Cops Their Burgers: Gothamist

$32,000 for two days in jail and no prosecution? Sign me up!
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Violating people's rights is a BIG DEAL. Problem is the city is the one who pays the bill, not the offending criminal. The criminal has zero incentive whatsoever to change his/her behavior and follow the law -- in fact he's protected against actually being punished.
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Actually, cops love to steal so much and then kill criminals, that they have to kill themselves after deciding they've stolen enough.

Fox Lake police suicide: Chicago-area officer Joseph Gliniewicz allegedly arranged own death as cover-up.
Of course the cops, who were afraid of being exposed as part of his crime ring, ruled it a clever ruse.
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don't associate with criminals, Joe Perez will have you murdered.

Louisiana police kill 6-year-old boy in passenger seat of fleeing car

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Louisiana Bureau of Investigations announced this week that an investigation had been opened after law enforcement officers killed a 6-year-old boy who was in the passenger seat of a fleeing car.

According to The Town Talk, preliminary details indicated that city marshals from Ward 2 “discharged their duty weapons, at a vehicle” while pursuing a man on Martin Luther King Drive in Marksville at around 9:30 p.m. on Tuesday night.

Officers said that after the suspect’s SUV backed into one of their vehicles, the marshals got out of their patrol cars and began to fire through the driver’s window.

A 6-year-old boy who was sitting in the passenger seat was pronounced dead at the scene. The boy’s father was listed in stable condition after being air-lifted to an Alexandria hospital.


The boy, who was identified as Jeremy David Mardis, was attending first grade at Lafargue Elementary. The father was identified as Chris Few.

State police opened an investigation at the request of the Marksville Police Department, where the Ward 2 marshals were stationed.

Marksville Police Chief Elster Smith said that the officers could be placed on leave until the investigation was concluded.

It was not immediately clear if the driver was armed.
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police HATE following the law, so they just dont. want are you going to do about it?

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