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Old 12-01-2015, 02:42 PM   #6441
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these are the people tasked with "protecting" you from "terrorists"

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Isolated Incident? Nine Officers Arrested After They Were Caught Running a Massive Drug Ring | The Free Thought Project

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50 people were arrested this week, in connection with a drug smuggling operation, where prescription opiates were transported into a Florida state prison, with the help of prison employees. In total, nine corrections officers were arrested in the operation, which lasted over 11 months and included multiple other arrests along the way.

The investigation was called “Operation Checkered Flag,” and it began late last year when local police were tipped off about drugs flowing into Bradford County prisons. Back in June, two conspirators that were thought to be at the head of the drug ring were arrested, both of them were corrections officers. Officer Dylan Oral Hilliard of Lawtey and Maj. Charles Gregory “Chicken Hawk” Combs were each arrested in June, but the smuggling operations still continued.

Deeper into the investigation, police discovered that it was a much larger scheme taking place, involving multiple other corrections officers.

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Mom Calls 911 for Mental Help With Her Son, Cops Show Up, Taser Him to Death While He’s Restrained | The Free Thought Project

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Chase’s fiancée told his parents that he may have smoked “Spice”—also known as “synthetic marijuana”—before they had left on the five-day trip, which may have been the cause of the episode.

Chase’s father described what happened next:

“We got him in the car and we took off on I-85. Chase’s fiancée was driving and Chase was lying in the back with me. He had his head on my lap. He acted like he didn’t know where we were going. And then he jumped up and started a disturbance in the car.”

They pulled over, and Chase’s mother dialed 9-1-1, but the father told her to hang up, thinking things were under control. After driving again for a few more minutes, Chase “got more violent,” and they pulled over again and his mother again called 9-1-1.

“We were fighting, screaming, trying to calm him down. It was pretty horrendous in the car,” his father said. “His fiancée jumped back to try to calm him down and she actually got bit. My wife told me just to hit him or something to try to get her arm loose. He let loose of the arm and the officers showed up.”

When the three deputies arrived, “they reached across me trying to get the handcuffs on him. I got out of the car and they told me to go back by the ambulance.” Still in the vehicle, Chase’s mother says she heard one deputy tell Chase, “We’re going to shoot you.” She said, “Don’t shoot him, don’t shoot him,” his father added. The deputy reportedly responded by saying, “I have to protect myself.” Deputies then instructed everyone else to exit the vehicle. During the ensuing struggle, Chase was tased repeatedly. “More officers kept coming and we think they kept tasing him,” Chase’s father said. “They were treating him like a rabid dog.”

During the struggle, the police kept EMTs back, saying the situation was not safe. Chase’s parents maintain that the deputies were never in danger, that their son was not armed, and that if the deputies felt threatened they could have just stepped away and closed the vehicle doors. Instead, the father says, the officers “just went nuts.”

“He was seat-belted in; he couldn’t get out. And they couldn’t just let him be and let him calm down,” the father said, adding, “They treated my son like a piece of meat.”

Eventually, Chase’s fiancée and parents watched as deputies grabbed Chase’s arms and pulled him from the vehicle.

“They dragged him out of the car like a dead dog. His head hit the ground. He was done. There was no movement, no nothing. We were screaming, ‘They killed him.’”

The deputies wouldn’t let the family go to him; then kept the parents and fiancée in a patrol car, keeping them for a time to be interviewed before allowing them to go to the hospital where Chase was being taken. Finally, at the Piedmont Newnan Hospital, when they said who they were there to see, they were led to a room by a security guard. “He said, ‘I’m sorry for your loss,’” according to Chase’s father. Mary Ann, Chase’s mother, said that when she was talking to a deputy, “I can’t remember what I asked him. All he answered was: ‘We had to protect ourselves.’”

The incident is being investigated, and while we may not know exactly what happened unless the footage from the bodycams worn by the deputies is publicly released, it is hard to imagine why multiple armed police officers could not subdue an unarmed man, who was already handcuffed and trapped in a vehicle without killing him.

According to his father, Chase “was a very strong kid, but laying down in the seat belt … come on. With three guys on you? Come on. And to keep pushing the taser in you? Come on.”

While we may not yet have the footage of this killing, we do know that this is one more case of an unarmed man ending up dead, with cops saying they feared for their safety. If only they showed a similar concern for the safety of those of us who don’t wear badges and uniforms, maybe less innocent citizens would end up dead at the hands of crazed and cowardly killer cops.

This is the second case in just a short time frame of cops killing a man during a mental breakdown with tasers.

Multiple videos were released in November of 46-year-old Linwood “Ray” Lambert, who was killed by tasers. In a just a few minutes, three cops would hit Lambert with their tasers a total 20 times, according to the device reports issued by Taser International.

For a total of 87 seconds, Lambert had 50,000 volts running through his body — a level capable of inflicting serious injury or death, according to federal guidelines.

As was the case with Chase Sherman, one hour after the police showed up, Lambert was pronounced dead.
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a cop's best defense: lie and play *****.

Officer who killed Tamir Rice says he believed 12-year-old was in fact 18 | US news | The Guardian

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The officer who shot and killed 12-year-old Tamir Rice in Ohio has delivered his first public account of the killing, over a year after the incident occurred, arguing his actions were justified as he was engaged in an “active shooter situation” and believed Tamir was 18 years old.

Cleveland police officer Timothy Loehmann told grand jurors he shot because Tamir pulled a gun – which turned out to be a pellet gun – from his waistband. “The suspect had a gun, had been threatening others with the weapon and had not obeyed our command to show us his hands,” he said.

Tamir Rice family lawyers call reports into fatal shooting 'preposterous'

Loehmann fatally shot Tamir, who was black, within two seconds of arriving at a local park on 22 November last year, after a 911 caller reported that there was a juvenile in the area with a weapon that was “probably fake”. The full details of the call were not passed on to the officers, according to other accounts released by Cuyahoga County prosecutor Timothy McGinty.

A Cuyahoga County grand jury is currently considering whether to bring charges against Loehmann, 27, and his partner, 47-year-old Frank Garmback, both of whom are white. Garmback was the driver of the patrol car on the day of the shooting.

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Loehmann said he told Tamir to raise his hands repeatedly as the boy was “reaching into his waistband” before the officer opened fire and had exited his patrol cruiser because he had been trained that “the cruiser is a coffin”.

“I observed the suspect pulling the gun out of waistband and his elbow coming up,” Loehmann wrote in his submission, dated 30 November 2015.

He continued: “With his hands pulling the gun out and his elbow coming up, I knew it was a gun and it was coming out … the threat to my partner and myself was real and active”.

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On Tuesday, Rice family lawyers described the prosecutor’s decision to allow the officer’s unsworn statements before the grand jury as “a stunning irregularity”.

“No regular target of a criminal investigation would be afforded this opportunity,” the group said in a statement.


In Garmback’s statement, he concedes that the patrol car had slid along the ground and “did not stop where and when I intended”.

The steady release of evidence presented to the grand jury, including three expert testimonies that concluded the shooting was justified, has been staunchly criticised by Tamir’s parents and protesters in Cleveland, who argue that the drip feed of information is designed to prepare the public for a non-indictment.


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NYPD!



the look of his face at 2:00 when the cop realizes he can't logic is just ******* priceless.


I love at the first mention of Terry the cops scatter like roaches.
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Rensselaer is way upstate, halfway to Smallbany. Not even close to NYC.
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so one might say that Rensselaer is witin NY and thus the police are NYPD?
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so one might say that Rensselaer is witin NY and thus the police are NYPD?
One might also say that Rensselaer is within the United States, and thus, they are USPD.

And one would be wrong.


Also, I was wrong about Rensselaer being "halfway to Albany." I was thinking of Rhinecliff, which is one of the Amtrak stops on the Empire line as you're going to Hudson. It is geographically halfway between NYC and Albany.

Rensselaer is actually NORTH of Albany, which makes it part of Canada. Thus,

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This is a book I think you'd like:

Amazon.com: Soviet Bus Stops (9780993191107): Christopher Herwig, Damon Murray, Stephen Sorrell, Jonathan Meades: Books Amazon.com: Soviet Bus Stops (9780993191107): Christopher Herwig, Damon Murray, Stephen Sorrell, Jonathan Meades: Books
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Looks interesting. I'm not going to pay $30 for it, but you have to admit that the Soviet Union produced some fascinating architectural concepts in their public-works projects. Western-style bus stops are downright boring by comparison.

Anyway, if you want to criticize the NYPD, do it with a news story that actually involves them. Like this one, which is reprehensible and entirely indefensible. (Note that I call dibs on this incident for the purpose of the dog-shooting thread.)


Police accidentally shoot two men after dog charges in South Ozone dispute: witnesses
POSTED 1:23 PM, DECEMBER 2, 2015, BY JEREMY TANNER, UPDATED AT 01:50PM, DECEMBER 2, 2015

SOUTH OZONE, Queens – An alleged rental dispute in a South Ozone neighborhood ended with two men wounded, one dog dead and another injured, all by police bullets, witnesses told PIX11.

The incident started around noon when two apartment building owners confronted a female tenant who they accused of not paying rent. When her boyfriend showed up to confront them, resident Gurmeet Kumar told PIX11, the dispute escalated and police were called.



When officers arrived, one of the building owners’ dogs, along with a neighbor’s dog, ran toward police. At least one of the officers opened fire, accidentally striking the dog owner and his partner before killing one of the dogs, named Hectic, and shooting the other dog, a terrier mix named Coco owned by Kumar, in the leg.

Police confirmed that there was a police-involved shooting, but refused to release any details pending an NYPD press conference Wednesday afternoon.

According to the same witness, police took the tenant’s boyfriend into custody at the scene.

http://pix11.com/2015/12/02/police-a...ozone-dispute/
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https://www.instagram.com/p/-z3eBvPopx/


when they ran out of beanbag, they decided bullets were an easier way to gain compliance.
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wanna impress your friends? be a cop.

Officer convicted of assault for pointing gun at civilian’s face

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A police officer who held a gun to a man’s head, apparently to impress his friends, was convicted Wednesday of first-degree assault and misconduct in office.After Officer Jenchesky Santiago’s conviction, the Prince George’s County police chief condemned the officer’s actions and said he was recommending that the department fire him.

The police department also released a cellphone video of the May 2014 incident, which showed Santiago holding the gun close to the man’s forehead and shouting, “I dare you to [expletive] fight me, son.

”William Cunningham, the victim, said Wednesday that he still thinks every day about the terrifying traffic stop beside his front lawn . “I thought I was going to die right there,” he said. “I just thought it was over.

”He complained to the police department shortly after the episode, and the department alerted the state’s attorney’s office.“I’m thankful justice was served,” Cunningham said Wednesday.

At the time of the confrontation, Santiago had two friends from New Jersey riding with him in his police car, although he was not authorized to bring along visitors.“We think, unfortunately, what happened is that he was showing off for his friends,” said Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Angela D. Alsobrooks.

The encounter began when Cunningham’s cousin stopped at Cunningham’s Bowie home to drop him off. The men talked in the car briefly before Santiago pulled up beside them in a cruiser.

Also brooks said that Santiago repeatedly asked the men what they were doing there, even after they explained that Cunningham lived in the house.

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A startling courthouse security video leaked by a government whistleblower records the illegal 2009 assault and arrest of indigent, disabled pro per litigant and family court reform activist Robert Saunders. During a March 9, 2009 court hearing, Judge Matthew Gary ordered the self-represented Saunders arrested and jailed for contempt of court. Two outside, independent judges who later reviewed the incident determined that both the contempt charge and arrest were illegal.

One of the two reviewing judges also issued an order removing Gary from the case for bias and violating state contempt law. The new video leak appears to reinforce the review findings, showing Saunders sitting passively at the courtroom counsel table until a painful "control hold" is applied to his arm by a deputy sheriff. When Saunders reacts to the pain, a wrestling match ensues until additional deputies arrive to subdue and apply handcuffs to the illegally arrested victim. The pro per is then shuffled off to the county jail through a rear exit in the courtroom. Saunders is 5' 8" tall, weighs 162 pounds, relies on a cane to walk, and, at the time of the arrest, was 57-years-old, according to the police report from the incident.

Judge Matthew J. Gary has a long, documented history of bias and abuse of authority against financially disadvantaged litigants who cannot afford an attorney and are forced to represent themselves in court. A right-wing ideologue, Gary also reportedly despises what he refers to as the "entitlement mentality" of indigent court users who obtain fee waiver orders, which allow them to file court documents without paying filing fees. Most pro per litigants rely on fee waivers to ensure their access to the court.

The California Commission on Judicial Performance and Director Victoria B. Henley have not disciplined or otherwise held Gary accountable for the misconduct against Saunders.

The illegal arrest was witnessed by attorneys Richard Sokol (left foreground), and Elaine Van Beveren (off camera). Both attorneys also serve as temporary judges in the same court and under California law were required to report the misconduct by Judge Gary. Neither attorney reported the misconduct, and in subsequent proceedings in the same case before a different judge lied about the incident, portraying Saunders as being at fault. The State Bar of California and Chief Trial Counsel Jayne Kim have not disciplined or otherwise held either attorney accountable for the violations of state law.
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dont antagonize the police, and they wont break the law. amirite?

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cops REALLY hate cameras:

Video: Man Claims Cops Intentionally Ran Him Over After Unjustified Stop-And-Frisk: Gothamist

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A Brooklyn man is suing the NYPD after he claims he was illegally stopped-and-frisked by NYPD officers last summer—and when he went to take a photo of their license plate, they ran him over.

Hashim Haynes, 26, was walking to his home on Elton Street in East New York around 9:20 p.m. on Aug. 21st when two cop cars stopped him. He says they frisked him without telling him why. Then when they got back into their vehicles, Haynes got in front of one car to take the photo, and the officer behind the wheel rammed into him; while he was on the ground, a cop searched through his pockets again.

You can see everything play out, including the moment the cop car slams into Haynes, in the surveillance video below.
weird that cops would stop and frisk someone AND run them over since both things are illegal...
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Court documents: Former police sergeant tried to get another officer to destroy evidence in child **** case - Suwannee Democrat: News

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The former Live Oak Police Department sergeant facing a federal charge for child pornography tried to have another officer destroy evidence, according to recently released court documents.

Former Live Oak Police Department Sgt. Kyle Adam Kirby, 35, arrested Oct. 28 after the FBI found child pornography on his patrol car computer, directed a fellow officer to delete all of his files off another work computer for him, according to a Nov. 25 statement from the prosecution.

After the FBI executed a search warrant on his home on Oct. 22, Kirby told the officer that his Internet access had been hacked, which resulted in him being investigated.

Federal prosecutor D. Rodney Brown stated in court documents that the officer “indicated he felt that Kirby was honest with him until he contacted him on the evening of Sunday, Oct. 25.”

That is when Brown said Kirby directed the officer to drive to the LOPD and delete all his files off of a common-use computer at the station because he didn’t want law enforcement looking at his “business.”

Kirby also asked the officer to bring a document shredder to his home following the deletion of the files, claiming he had mail to shred.

The officer didn’t comply, but went to the LOPD computer and began looking at various files and reportedly found an image of a young child whose identity the officer might have known, court documents state.

Though the photo itself was non-explicit, given the circumstances, the officer informed LOPD Chief Buddy Williams, who alerted the FBI, according to court documents.

Kirby was indicted by a grand jury on Nov. 5, and he pleaded not guilty on Nov. 9. The government had asked for and was granted a motion to have Kirby remain detained pending trial.
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Child Molester Cop Admits He Abused Kids and Got Away With It Because of His Badge - Counter Current News

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A Pitt County deputy sheriff and school resource officer just admitted that he used his job to get away with child molestation and sexual assault. But that didn’t stop him from only receiving probation after pleading guilty in a Pitt County courtroom this week.

Deputy Justin Dickinson worked at the local sheriff’s department and as a student resource officer at the Farmville Central High School. That’s where he was arrested for multiple child sex charges back in March.

According to court documents, the victim was a 15-year-old student at the high school back in 2011 when the assaults occurred.

That abuse continued for years to follow…

District Attorney Kimberly Robb explains that Deputy Dickinson even videotaped the first sex act between himself and the minor. This occurred in the back of his patrol car.

The deputy showed the footage to another person who then reported it.

The original charges against the former deputy were felony sexual offense with a student, felony statutory rape of a person, and indecent liberties with a child.

Even though Deputy Dickinson admits he used his position as a law enforcement officer to get away with his crimes, as part of a plea deal with the prosecutor’s office, he only had to plead guilty to the indecent liberties charge.

Did he get special treatment? You tell us. The judge only gave him a 13 to 16 month suspended sentence. As far as an active sentence? He only got four months with 36 months probation.

He was already released this week for time served.
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Former sheriff indicted on 113 charges

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...According to a news release from the TBI, Arnold has been charged with four counts of theft over $10,000, 55 counts of official misconduct, nine counts of theft over $1,000, one count of forgery, one count of theft of $500 or more, one count of attempted theft of $1,000 or more, two counts of attempted theft of $10,000 or more, one count of conspiracy to obtain a controlled substance by fraud, and 39 counts of obtaining a controlled substance by fraud...
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