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Old 11-05-2015, 11:38 AM   #6241
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FBI Agent Convicted of Assault Caught on Camera Knocking Teen to the Ground - ABC News

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An FBI agent has been found guilty of second-degree assault after jurors saw a cell phone video of him knocking a teenager to the ground and threatening him with his service weapon.

The video, made public by the court late Tuesday, shows Gerald Rogero appearing to forcefully shove the teenager in the chest, sending him flying backwards and then landing on his back. Moments later, the video shows Rogero pulling out his gun and shouting at the 15-year-old, "If I have to shoot you I will. Don't make me shoot you."

The incident began as an argument over a child custody hand-over in Chevy Chase, Maryland, last December, authorities said. Rogero, his fiancée, and a woman he said is the child's mother, had been waiting for the child. The video shows Rogero aggressively berating Edward Moawad, the father of the little girl, for being late. Rogero was off-duty, in plain clothes, and did not identify himself on the video as an FBI agent to Moawad or the people with him -- Moawad's fiancée and her 15-year-old son.

The argument escalated as Moawad's fiancée repeatedly asked Rogero who he was, according to the video, which also shows Rogero responding, "Who are you?" When told the custody exchange was not his business, he is seen on the video saying, "I'm making this my business." When the group moved outside, the bickering turned belligerent, and the teenager stepped up to Rogero, angrily confronting him.

"Don't act stupid or you are going to get yourself locked up," Rogero told him.

But the arguing continued, and apparently expletives were exchanged -- the exact words are bleeped out of the video released by the court. Following the harsh language, Rogero shoved the boy to the ground, then scuffled with him after the teen got back on his feet. Finally, the boy followed Rogero's order to "get on the ground" face down, and was handcuffed. The boy was not arrested.

The jury convicted Rogero of second-degree assault on Friday, but acquitted him of the more serious charges of first-degree assault and a gun charge. Rogero was back in court Tuesday to set a sentencing date, and for a ruling on whether he could continue to carry his weapon. The judge decided Rogero would get to keep his service weapon -- at least until he is sentenced on Jan. 20.

Rogero's attorney, Marlon Wheat, told ABC News in a statement today that "Agent Rogero exercised his right to defend himself, like any other person would have that right."

Rogero is a 20-year FBI veteran and a chief in the FBI counter-terrorism unit, according to the agency. In a statement today, the FBI said that Rogero is still on active duty while the agency conducts an internal review of the incident.
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cops love to reward themselves for the crimes they commit, too bad the public has to get their hands on public information and ruin all the fun.

Alabama cop may lose medal earned for shooting suspect ? after video shows he was lying about man?s gun

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Officer Daniel Aguirre was awarded a medal earlier this year after shooting a robbery suspect during an arrest — but a newly released video shows he was lying.

The Birmingham Police Department temporarily rescinded the Combat Cross Medal late Tuesday awarded to Aguirre in May after AL.com published a dashboard camera video obtained from a confidential source.

Aguirre was awarded the medal after shooting Aubrey Williams during an April 24, 2014, robbery investigation.

He and Officer Richard Haluska had been looking for suspects when they confronted Williams and Devon Brown, and police later said that Aguirre used a Taser on Brown after the suspect struggled with the second officer.

Aguirre told investigators that Williams then pointed a gun at him and Haluska and refused to drop the weapon.

The officer then shot Williams twice, but the suspect survived and now faces two charges of attempted murder.

But the suspect’s attorney said the video contradicts Aguirre’s account.

The video shows Haluska handcuffing one suspect while Aguirre drops a Taser from his left hand and approach Williams — who is on his hands and knees.

Aguirre is holding a gun in his right hand, and he fires twice as he rolls Williams over in an apparent attempt to search him.

The officer kicks away a sack and gun from underneath Williams — but the suspect never holds the gun during the video, which begins just a couple of seconds before the shooting.

“This video provides evidence that Police Officer Daniel Aguirre shot Aubrey Williams twice despite the fact that Williams was on his hands and knees and not in a position to fire a weapon,” said activist Frank James Matthews III, head of the Outcast Voters League. “It is clear that the Birmingham Police Department attempted to prevent the release of this footage, and it seems that Officer Aguirre’s actions were rewarded based on outright lies.”

The civil rights group is asking Birmingham police to rescind the medal awarded to Aguirre after the shooting.

It’s not clear whether the the Awards Committee or police investigators had seen the dashcam video before it was published.

Both Williams and Brown were charged with possession of firearms by convicted felons, and Brown was later charged with murder in an unrelated case.

Birmingham police are considering whether to withdraw the medal after the video was published, but law enforcement officials defended Aguirre.


“The most important part of this encounter was there was no loss of life but the incident does underscore the dangers of police work,” said Lt. Sean Edwards, public information officer for the department.
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watch this fat pansy cop scare himself like a little girl and then shoot the suspect.

But this should teach this fat ****: If you commit felony murder along with evidence tampering and perjury, we may just take away the medal we gave you for it! be warned.
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Old 11-05-2015, 11:44 AM   #6243
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Former Cook County deputy to serve 30 days for beating fiancee - Chicago Tribune

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A former Cook County sheriff's deputy was sentenced to 30 days in jail Monday after a jury convicted him of beating up his fiancee.

Thomas M. Rose, 38, also was sentenced to 18 months probation on the misdemeanor conviction and was ordered to surrender all firearms.

Rose, currently of the 4400 block of North Narragansett Avenue, Harwood Heights, was working as a corrections officer at the Cook County Jail when he was arrested in January, authorities said.

Prosecutors said he slammed his fiancee's head into the floor, head-butted her and struck her several times in the face, breaking her nose and causing a laceration. The injuries occurred on two occasions at the home they shared in Norridge, authorities said.

Rose resigned his position after his arrest.
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more domestic abusing attempted murders.

DPS sergeant arrested in connection with early-morning Metairie shooting, JPSO says | New Orleans - WDSU Home

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A sergeant with the Louisiana Department of Public Safety Police was arrested in connection with the shooting of a woman early Saturday morning in Metairie, Jefferson Parish officials said.

David J. Kramer, 47, was arrested on one count of attempted first-degree murder, according to the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office.

Officials said the shooting was reported just before 3 a.m. in the 4100 block of Clearview Parkway. Deputies were notified of the shooting by a woman who called 911 to report that her mother had been shot by her stepfather, identified as Kramer.

Deputies found a 53-year-old woman lying on the bathroom floor with multiple gunshot wounds. She was taken to a hospital and her injuries are considered non-life-threatening, the JPSO said in a statement.

Officials said Kramer and the woman had been involved in a verbal altercation of "personal nature." The argument continued until it escalated into the shooting. The woman who called 911 was at the home when her mother was shot, the JPSO said.

Kramer was identified as a sergeant with the DPS. He was assigned to the Crescent City Connection Unit, according to the JPSO. He was placed on administrative leave pending further investigation, Louisiana State Police officials said in a statement.

"Every member of our organization has not only legal responsibilities, but also high standards of integrity that must be upheld at all times while serving the citizens of Louisiana," LSP Superintendent Col. Mike Edmonson said.

Officials said JPSO will lead the criminal investigation, while LSP will handle the administrative investigation into the incident. Additional details were not released.

Kramer was booked into the Jefferson Parish Correctional Center.

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Phoenix Officer Eric Gomez arrested for family assault - ABC15 Arizona

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An 11-year veteran of the Phoenix Police Department has been arrested on assault charges, accused of beating up his wife and punching his son in the face.

According to court documents, Eric Gomez’s wife confronted him about having an affair after finding several text messages and making contact with the woman he’d been messaging.

The report says Gomez got violent dragging his wife into the hallway by her hair and hitting her. Police interviewed three of his children who told police they watched him stomp on their mother’s head and kick her in the ribs.

When his son tried to stop it Gomez allegedly punched him in the face too. The son told police he got his six siblings and mom out of the house and over to a nearby church for safety.


Officer Eric Gomez has most recently been assigned to a non-enforcement position at the Family Investigations Bureau and has done work helping the homeless with the Shelter Squad.

His future with the Phoenix Police Department is still unclear.
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Suffolk County Sheriff officer arrested for allegedly attacking - 7News Boston WHDH-TV


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A Suffolk County Sheriff officer was arrested on Sunday for allegedly attacking a teen in Norton.

At around 7:05 p.m. on Sunday, Norton Police responded to the beach on Juniper Road for a report of an assault and battery.

Officers spoke with four teens who told them a man, later identified as Jeffrey Parillo, 43, had been involved in a fight with them.

Parillo is charged with assault and battery, disorderly conduct and carrying a firearm while under the influence of intoxicating liquor, police said.

Parillo approached the teen as they were in a parked car and identified himself as a police officer, according to police.

The teens questioned Parillo's claim and Parillo allegeldy pulled one of them out of the car and hit him, according to police.


Parillo was not wearing his uniform, police said.

The teens told police they tried to stop Parillo as he attacked the teen, according to police.

Police say one of the teens found a .380 caliber handgun on the ground that belonged to the the employee.

Police seized the gun.


In a statement, the Suffolk County Sheriff's Office said,
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Man Dies After He Was Handcuffed In Custody Of Special Police

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A 27-year-old man died after he was found handcuffed in the custody of private police officers in Washington, according to the Metropolitan Police Department, which said Tuesday it was investigating.

D.C. police said officers responded to a report of an "assault in progress" on Sunday at a residential building in Southeast Washington. They found the man, identified as Alonzo Smith, in the custody of what city police said were "special police officers working at the location." Special police officers are licensed by the District of Columbia, and city police must sign off on their application for the job.

Smith was found handcuffed, unconscious and not breathing, police said. He was transported to a hospital, where he later died.

Smith self-published a book of poems in 2013 that he said he wrote between the ages of 14 and 22, starting when he was put in the juvenile justice system. In his author bio, he said he was working in a private school assisting with special needs youth and finishing his social work degree.

"To dream freely with a life at my own pace, carelessly happy released of my hate, who can say they don't wish on this star, a star so bright and promising yet so far," he wrote in one poem, titled "The Road."

Several of Smith’s colleagues at an alternative school in Virginia took to Facebook to mourn his death. One wrote that Smith was “one hell of a great worker” who “kept the kids smiling, and did his job right." Another friend from college wrote that “very few people” knew Smith’s past, but everyone believed he was “destined for greatness.”

On his Facebook page, Smith was enthusiastic about his work. Pictures show him dressing up for sports day and spirit week. "I'm all in for these kids," he wrote on Oct. 27. An earlier post reads, "I will be at work with my smile and anxious to hear 'Mr. Smith' from the students. Bless my soul."
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dont associate with criminals or Joe Perez will beat and harass you.

EXCLUSIVE: Man alleges harassment, bloody beating by NYPD after he unknowingly gave directions to cop killer

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A former FedEx driver claims he has been subjected to a police campaign of harassment that culminated in a brutal beatdown because he unwittingly gave an assassin directions to the Brooklyn housing project where the punk killed two brave cops.

Karim Baker says he had no idea Ismaaiyl Brinsley was about to gun down Detectives Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu last December when he helped him out.

In the months since, Baker says he has been stopped 20 times — but never ticketed — for supposed traffic infractions by vengeful cops before he was assaulted by gang officers on Oct. 21.

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The NYPD confirmed it was investigating the circumstances of Baker’s arrest last month because he suffered a cracked lip and was taken to Elmhurst Hospital. But police denied they harassed Baker.

Police say they have no issue with Baker because he cooperated with their investigation of Brinsley and the tragic double murder.

But the NYPD also admitted it doesn’t document car stops in which motorists are neither arrested nor summonsed.

Baker’s lawyer, Eric Subin, said that’s convenient.

“Twenty times in a year is a lot of times to be pulled over and never issued a summons,” he said. “This is our strongly held theory. It’s too much of a bizarre coincidence not to hold water.”
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Joe will like this:

Fatal shootings by police lead to a wide range of settlements for families

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The Washington Post tracked civil lawsuits filed by 46 families after fatal shootings in which the officers were criminally charged. Most families received awards, with a median value of $1.2 million. The amounts ranged from $7,500 to $8.5 million. A dozen suits are pending. Read more.
all he wants to do is stimulate the economy through violence.
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cops hate when they cant ---- rape.

Portland cops wrong to pry open clenched buttocks of suspect to retrieve cocaine, court says | OregonLive.com

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A Portland police officer who pried open the buttocks of a drug suspect and removed a baggie of cocaine committed such a serious violation of the man's privacy that his conviction must be overturned, the Oregon Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday.

The cocaine was the result of an unlawful search and shouldn't have been allowed as evidence used to convict Herbert Lee Scruggs Jr., 30, of cocaine dealing, the appeals court ruled.

"(Scruggs) was subjected to a search -- a strip search and then the forcible manipulation of his body and his buttocks to locate evidence therein -- that was dehumanizing and humiliating," wrote the court, noting that Scruggs was in handcuffs. "(T)he search of defendant was a 'deep intrusion' into his privacy."

Four months after Scruggs' November 2011 arrest, a Multnomah County Circuit judge had found just that.

But the judge further decided that the cocaine could still be used as evidence because it eventually would have been found -- during a strip search when Scruggs was booked into the county jail system.

But the appeals court disagreed -- ruling that the prosecution didn't support that argument with documented evidence entered into the record.

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A jail sergeant testified that newly booked inmates are asked to disrobe, bend over and cough if they've been arrested under suspicion of a drug offense, the arresting officers think they're hiding contraband or they've been arrested for a probation violation.

The sergeant said that if an inmate doesn't cooperate, jail deputies don't use their hands to spread apart an inmate's buttocks, but they might detain the inmate in a special cell or send the inmate to the hospital where medical staff could remove any contraband, the summary states.

The sergeant, however, cited the wrong policy number for jail procedures, and the prosecutor didn't submit the text of the proper policy into the court record.

So the appeals court found that the prosecutor hadn't proven his case.
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another self-shooting cop who lied about it because he's a criminal scumbag and why Joe Perez loves him so much.

Busted: Arkansas cop admits he shot himself and blamed Hispanic man at traffic stop

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An Arkansas police officer was charged with filing a false police report after admitting that he lied when he said that an Hispanic man shot him in the chest.

England Police Sgt. David Houser triggered a man hunt last month by asserting that a traffic stop on Highway 15 turned violent. Houser claimed that an Hispanic man pointed a .40 caliber semi-automatic handgun out the window at him. He reported that he was able to push the gun away just as the suspect fired the first round, which he said grazed his bulletproof vest and then was possibly deflected by a pen.

At the time, police said that they were searching for a silver SUV that may have bullet holes in the passenger side.

On Tuesday, the Arkansas State Police announced that Houser had been taken into custody.

England Police Department Chief Nathan Cook told ArkansasOnline that Houser “fabricated the story.”


“It’s every chief’s worst nightmare to get a call that your officer has been shot or involved in a shooting,” Cook said. “To investigate and find out it’s self-inflicted just puts a whole different spin on it.”

According to Cook, Houser “admitted that he had fabricated that whole thing.”

“He’s obviously got some personal issues he’s dealing with,” the chief observed. “Obviously he needs some help to have fabricated a shooting incident and to shoot yourself and claim you were shot at by someone who doesn’t exist.”

The Arkansas State Police declined to release additional details about the case at this time.
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Cops love shooting 8 year old girls in their own home.

Girl, 8, wounded in crossfire of police shooting
POSTED 6:30 AM, NOVEMBER 5, 2015, BY ASSOCIATED PRESS

ASBURY PARK, N.J. — Authorities say an 8-year-old watching television sustained a graze wound when a police officer and a suspect exchanged gunfire in Asbury Park.

The girl was treated and released from a hospital Wednesday night.

First Assistant Monmouth County Prosecutor Marc LeMieux tells the Asbury Park Press the Asbury patrolman chased after an armed man who fled from him on Springwood Avenue. The prosecutor says the 20-year-old shot toward the officer, who returned fire and wounded the man.

The suspect was taken to a hospital. LeMieux says his injuries are not life-threatening.

The officer was not shot.

A handgun was found at the scene.

The suspect’s name has not been released.
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...and then raping them.

Prosecutor: Victim expressed 'great fear' after Richmond Police - NBC12 - WWBT - Richmond, VA News On Your Side

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Richmond police arrested one of their own in connection with a sexual assault of a minor.

The assault occurred on Monday, but police say they were made aware of the assault on Tuesday evening and took Charles Church, 39, into custody near his Carver home Wednesday morning. Both the incident and the arrest occurred while he was off-duty, police said.

Church faces two counts of sodomy of a juvenile in the case. Both of the counts are felonies carrying the possibility of life behind bars.


“It is unfortunate to have to arrest one of our fellow officers,” said Richmond Police Chief Alfred Durham. “But it is our job to enforce the law and bring those responsible for committing criminal acts to justice even if it’s one of my own.”

At a bond hearing on Thursday, Church represented himself, but he told Judge Richard Campbell that he will “definitely be hiring a lawyer.” The judge gave Church three weeks to hire a lawyer.

Church told the court during his bond hearing that he has lived in Richmond for 15 years and has a family and wife here. He said he has been with the RPD for 12 years. Church referred to the situation as “humiliating” and pleaded the court to "presume him innocent until proven guilty." Church said he is a flight risk to no one and would even accept an ankle bracelet. Church said he has not been able to contact his wife, yet.

According to the prosecutor, the victim, a girl under the age of 13, is known to Church. The prosecutor said after the assault, the victim immediately expressed "great fear" to her family members.

The Judge denied bond, referring to the intensity of the charges and that this is a "presumption case." Church is not to have contact with the victim or the victim’s immediate family.

Church's next court date is December 1 for a preliminary hearing.
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The police didn't stop it:

‘He’s going to kill me!’ Woman murdered by husband after multiple 911 calls for help
POSTED 5:50 PM, NOVEMBER 5, 2015, BY CNN, UPDATED AT 06:09PM, NOVEMBER 5, 2015

MONTEREY, Tenn. — A grieving brother and sister said their parents murder-suicide could have been prevented, and newly released 911 recordings may support that claim.

The recordings confirm police had stopped Danny Harville just hours before he murdered his wife and killed himself.

The Tennessee Coalition to End Domestic Violence is calling the case tragic and unnecessary.

Danny Harville killed his wife and shot himself while his sons, age 17 and 6, were locked inside a room.

The 911 recordings revealed a woman who said she was scared for her life but refused to go to a shelter.

On Oct. 25 at 3:09 a.m., Angie Harville called 911. Her husband Danny, who she had kicked out of the house in September, was kicking on the door. He had just been released from a mental hospital.

“My husband, soon to be ex-husband, he’s beating on the door, beating holes in the walls. I need an officer over here to make him leave please,” Angie Harville told dispatchers. “Is he still out there now?” dispatchers replied.

“Yes, he is trying to beat the door in real quick. He tried to commit suicide a couple weeks ago. He was in a mental institute.”

Danny Harville left, but he took Angie Harville’s cell phone, slashed her tires and cut her brake lines. Police do not take out a warrant. They look and leave.

At 6:44, Angie Harville calls 911 again.

“Earlier tonight, when you spoke to an officer, did you make a domestic violence report?” dispatch asked.

“They wouldn’t let me. They wouldn’t let me. They didn’t take out any charges. He’s going to get away again,” Angie Harville was heard saying on the recording.

“What did they tell you?”

“They told me he lives here and there are holes in all of my walls and he is going to kill me!”

Monterey officers arrived and asked Angie Harville repeatedly to come with them to a shelter.

“She stated she was afraid that Mr. Harville would burn down the house,” Officer Jennifer White wrote in her report. “I explained to her that those were just material things, but her life and her children lives were more important.”

Angie Harville refused to leave.

Police found Danny Harville at a convenience store, but they do not arrest him. They did take Angie Harville’s cell phone from him and let him go.

Kathy Walsh of the Tennessee Coalition to End Domestic Violence said the officers ignored the law.

“Our assault law clearly said someone can place you in fear,” said Walsh. “So someone threatens they will kill you, someone breaks your door down, cuts the brakes on your car and so placing someone in fear is an assault and that’s enough for police to make an arrest.”

The next 911 call came from 17-year-old Brandon, locked in his bedroom with his 6-year-old brother.

“My parents have been fighting for a few days and I just heard a gunshot upstairs,” Brandon told dispatchers.

“Do you want to go up there?” he was asked. “No, I don’t.”

Monterey Police Chief Bill Randolph said there is another side to the story.

He said Angie Harville would not help herself and it handcuffed his officers.

Randolph said he is willing to turn over all police video of the home that morning.



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too bad she wasn't able to pass the written and verbal 2nd amendment test, and required 20 hours or training, and 3 month waiting period, and couldn't excerise her inailenable rights...

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cops hate camers so much, they make sure to turn them off before murdering people.

San Diego Cops Keep Forgetting to Turn Their Body Cameras On Before Killing People | The Free Thought Project

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All patrol officers employed by the San Diego Police Department are now required to carry body cameras – but they avoid falling prey to the dreaded “YouTube Effect” by simply refusing to activate them when they could be of greatest use.

On two occasions during the past six months, police officers in San Diego have “failed” to activate their body cameras during incidents that eventually led to lethal force. This has led the department to revise its policy to require officers to activate their cameras “before traffic stops, field interviews, detentions, arrests, and any other `enforcement related contacts’ – as long as it’s safe to do so,” reports the San Diego Union Tribune.

The “safety” exception, however, offers wide latitude for officers to avoid recording potentially lethal encounters. The department has now asked the company that manufactures the hardware “to see if technology exists that would automatically turn on an officer’s body-worn camera when they draw their gun from its holster.”

That request offers a powerful, if tacit, indictment of the discipline and professionalism of the San Diego PD’s rank and file. The department’s track record suggests that the request might have been made for purposes of public relations, rather than an honest effort to improve institutional transparency.

In early 2014, the SDPD purchased several hundred body cameras. This was done, according to former Chief William Lansdowne, in the hope that it “helps us with misunderstandings, and with lawsuits.” Initially, 100 cameras were purchased at a cost of $200,000. When Shelly Zimmerman took over as Chief in March of that year, she expanded the program to include every officer in the department. This prompted predictable push-back from the San Diego Police Officers Association, which complained that the proposal imperiled officer “privacy.”

“Everybody is jumping on the bandwagon thinking this is going to be some sort of panacea and [will] solve all these problems when the reality is, it may create more,” groused SDPOA President Brian Marvel.

The program was fully implemented by October 2014, at which time Chief Zimmerman promised that video from body cameras would not be easily accessible, and that they would be removed from storage after six months in the absence of a court case or a specific citizen complaint. This statement appeared to prioritize the concerns of officers above those of the public supposedly served by them – and considerations of officer “privacy” might help explain why cameras weren’t activated during two recent lethal force incidents.

Last April, Officer Neal Browder fatally shot a 31-year-old man named Fridoon Zalbeg Rawshannehad, who had been suspected of carrying a knife. After the shooting, no weapon was found, although Rawshannehad was carrying what has been described as “a shiny looking object.”

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Fraternal Order of Police to Quentin Tarantino: We've Got a Surprise Coming For You - Hollywood Reporter

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"Tarantino has made a good living out of violence and surprise," says Pasco. "Our offices make a living trying to stop violence, but surprise is not out of the question."

The FOP, based in Washington, D.C., consists of more than 330,000 full-time, sworn officers. According to Pasco, the surprise in question is already "in the works," and will be in addition to the standing boycott of Tarantino's films, including his upcoming movie The Hateful Eight.

"Something is in the works, but the element of surprise is the most important element," says Pasco. "Something could happen anytime between now and [the premiere]. And a lot of it is going to be driven by Tarantino, who is nothing if not predictable.

"The right time and place will come up and we'll try to hurt him in the only way that seems to matter to him, and that's economically," says Pasco.

When asked if this was a threat, Pasco said no, at least not a physical threat. "Police officers protect people," he says. "They don't go out to hurt people."
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