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Old 01-05-2016, 03:09 PM   #6601
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perp gave up? dont worry, there's no cameras in back alleys.


oh wait there, are. ****.


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Old 01-05-2016, 03:10 PM   #6602
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guility rapey cop.

Cleveland cop pleads guilty to sexual contact with minor | cleveland.com


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A Cleveland police officer pleaded guilty Monday to misdemeanor sex charges involving a 14-year-old girl.

Common Pleas Judge Nancy Fuerst spared Elvin Sanchez jail time, but ordered him to register as a sex offender for 15 years after he pleaded guilty to sexual imposition, attempted importuning and possession of criminal tools, according to Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office.

Fuerst sentenced Sanchez to two years of probation. The officer then resigned from his position as a patrolman in the city's First District, police spokeswoman Sgt. Jennifer Ciaccia said.

Sanchez was scheduled to begin trial Monday on felony gross sexual imposition, importuning and possessing criminal tools charges.

The charges stem from a relationship Sanchez had with a 14-year-old girl while he worked off-duty at a private West Park high school in 2014, according to prosecutors.
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cyber stalking in public.

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cop has no respect for private propety and gives you an earful when you suggest he's a fat ****.




also cop doesnt understand how math works.


if a car is travelling 30mph and passes you when you're stationary, you must drive faster than 30mph to catch up to the car.

plus if he's driving 80mph and catches up to said car, then car wasnt travelling 80mph because it's impossible to catch up.



also he's a big baby. like 3 year olds have better composure and IQs than this rapist.



jeez i wonder why people hate cops.


notice how the cop needs him to admit to a crime...and doesnt ticket him.


what a ****. i'd punch that cop.
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Old 01-05-2016, 07:14 PM   #6605
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After the one reason fails he makes another.
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Old 01-07-2016, 01:32 PM   #6606
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police union argues that cops should be drug abusing roid raging pychopaths.

Police Unions Claim Cops Have The Right To Take Steroids So 'They?ll Have the Upper Hand' - Counter Current News

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In one case, Susan Donaldson James of ABC News spoke with a six-year veteran of a Pennsylvania police force “patrolling an area encroached upon by urban crime.”

Matthew and his partner said that they “struggled for nearly seven minutes to subdue the crazed youth, who was high on PCP and had another officer in a head lock.”

It was shortly after that close call, that Matthew turned to illegal anabolic steroids “for both strength and self-esteem,” he said.

“Matthew’s case is just one example in an increasing trend among urban police officers working tough beats. In New York City this week six police officers are being investigated for allegedly using illegal prescriptions to obtain anabolic steroids for bodybuilding,” James reports.

But this is far from an isolated incident. “According to law enforcement experts, Matthew is the prototypical steroid user — in his 30s, white and worried about competing. In Matthew’s case, he was trying to stay on top of a job that constantly forced him to face younger and stronger criminals.”
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Old 01-07-2016, 01:48 PM   #6607
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im surpirsed more cops havent shot each other considering this is how they react when they see a legally carried gun:


of course no files charged since murdering citizens is policy.
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Old 01-07-2016, 01:51 PM   #6608
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Chicago tried to hide a cop murder video from the public with a $5 million dollar bribe to the victims family. too bad a judge ordered it's release and the cop was then ultimately charged with murder.

Exclusive: Lawyers Went to Rahm Emanuel, Then Quashed the Laquan McDonald Video - The Daily Beast


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City of Chicago lawyers, after meeting with Mayor Rahm Emanuel, demanded the Laquan McDonald family bury the video showing the killing of their son by a police officer.

Emanuel said last month that Stephen Patton, Chicago’s corporation counsel, briefed him “towards the end of March” about what the dashboard-camera video showed and about the proposed $5 million settlement with McDonald’s estate. After that briefing, Patton’s second-in-command, Thomas Platt, drafted settlement language to keep the dashcam video hidden for at least several years, according to emails reviewed by The Daily Beast (PDF).

Michael Robbins, an attorney for the McDonald estate, balked at the demand.
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best way to be a cop? be a criminal.

City cop arrested for third time

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In his final official action as Philadelphia police commissioner, Charles Ramsey did what he had done far too many times before during his tenure - he fired a cop, according to police spokesman Lt. John Stanford.

But the case of Ofc. Deric Lewis is particularly unique because Ramsey had already fired Lewis once before - in 2010 - after he was arrested for the second time on charges of simple assault and recklessly endangering another person.

Somehow though, as is so often the case in Philadelphia, the twice-arrested officer got his job back and was working as a cop in Philly's 19th District when Upper Darby police responded to the home Lewis shares with his wife on Drexel Avenue near Bloomfield around midnight on Dec. 28.

According to Upper Darby police Superintendent Michael Chitwood, Lewis' wife called 9-1-1 and told the operator "'Please hurry. He has a gun and he's going to kill me.'"

But when Upper Darby cops arrived on scene, both Lewis and his wife "turned against the police," Chitwood said. Lewis refused to give his identity to police and started cussing and pointing in the face of one of the officers, according to Chitwood.

When Lewis was told to back up and refused, the cop put his hand on Lewis' chest to "create a separation," Chitwood said, and Lewis slapped the officer's hand away and "continued to be disorderly."

His wife was "noncooperative" throughout the incident, Chitwood said.

Lewis was charged with simple assault and two counts of harassment for his conduct towards police, Chitwood said.

A woman answered the phone at a number listed for Lewis. She could be heard talking with Lewis in the background. When asked if he would like to comment, the woman refused to give the phone to Lewis and said: "I'm sure he doesn't give a s--t about what you write. He's on his way back to work right now."

However, police said that Lewis had been suspended for 30 days on Jan. 4, with the intent to dismiss. Stanford, the police spokesman, said he would check on when Lewis' suspension started.

Stanford also said he would look into why Lewis was still on the force after being arrested twice before.

Court records appear to indicate that both of the prior cases against Lewis were withdrawn when the witness failed to appear in court.

Stanford said if cops are the victims and witnesses in this case, it's more likely to move forward.

"This time, if the assault is against police, I'm pretty sure those officers will be responding to the hearing," he said.
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another day, another cop kicks down the wrong door and murders the confused homeowner and doesnt get charged with a crime.

Protesters rally over killing of Harnett Co. father by deputy | WNCN

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The protesters marched and held signs outside the courthouse.

“Wrong person, wrong house, wrong everything,” they chanted.

Friend Gaile Simmons said, “They pulled him out by his hair. They beat him. They Tased him. They Maced him and then they killed him.

“He wanted to live. He’s got three beautiful children that he lived for.”

Another friend, Penny Setzer, said, “The Harnett County Sheriff’s Office is supposed to be there to protect us and serve us. I’m worried about them kicking in my door, your door- who else is next?

Livingston was shot multiple times in the early morning hours of Nov. 15 during an incident with Harnett County Deputy Nicholas Kehagais.

The incident began as two deputies arrived on scene to conduct an assault investigation, the Harnett County Sheriff’s Office said.

An affidavit said Livingston made contact with deputy Nicholas Kehagais in front of the residence as deputy John Werbelow went around back. Kehagais asked Livingston for permission to search the residence for the suspects.

Livingston tried to slam the door shut while the deputy was still in the doorway, hitting Kehagais’ foot, according to documents.

Kehagais attempted to arrest Livingston but he became “combative” and a struggle ensued, documents showed.

Kehagais took Livingston to the ground and used a stun gun on him but it was ineffective.

An affidavits shows Livingston then used Kehagais’ stun gun against the deputy in the abdomen.

Livingston’s roommate Clayton Carroll said he never saw Kehagais drop his stun gun.

“He did not drop the taser, the officer never dropped the taser,” Carroll said.

Livingston died on the front porch of his home around 4 a.m. on Nov. 15.

Livingston’s death is being investigated by the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation.
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another day, another child rapist on the job.

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/07/ny...ison.html?_r=0

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The former police chief of the town of Mount Pleasant in Westchester County has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for possession of child pornography.

Federal prosecutors said the former chief, Brian Fanelli, 56, of Mahopac, was sentenced on Wednesday after pleading guilty to the charge last year. He was also ordered to forfeit his computer and hard drives used to commit the offense and to pay a $100 assessment fee.

Prosecutors say Mr. Fanelli told investigators he first used the pornographic images as research for sex abuse awareness classes he taught to schoolchildren.

According to investigators, Mr. Fanelli said he later began viewing them “for personal interest.”

Mr. Fanelli’s arrest prompted a Homeland Security investigation that led to charges against 70 others, including a Boy Scout leader and a rabbi.
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Old 01-07-2016, 01:56 PM   #6612
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TSA agents love to grope little girls.

Man upset over TSA pat-down of daughter, 10 | SanDiegoUnionTribune.com

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A Capri Sun juice pouch mistakenly left in a 10-year-old San Diego girl’s carry-on handbag led a TSA agent to subject the girl to almost two minutes of frisking and extra screening that lasted about an hour, her father said.

Liquids exceeding 3 ounces are not allowed in carry-on bags, for fear they might contain explosives, but the girl’s father said the resulting search was an over-reaction and an inappropriate intrusion.

Kevin Payne of Pacific Beach and his daughter, Vendela, were passing through the Raleigh-Durham International Airport on Dec. 30, 2015, headed home to San Diego, when U.S. Transportation Security Administration agents discovered the liquid.

Authorities followed up with a swab of the bag and a false-positive test for explosives, then a nearly 2-minute-long full-body pat-down in which a female TSA agent touched the girl’s buttocks and groin repeatedly.

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Old 01-11-2016, 11:18 AM   #6613
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cops are such incredibly honest, nice, and well-respected people.

its a shame all you cop haters can't see what cops are really truely like:

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Old 01-11-2016, 11:45 AM   #6614
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dont be black.

cops dont like it.


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Old 01-11-2016, 11:46 AM   #6615
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here's a friendly cop assisting someone to the ground and provide a cold hard floor for him to nap on.

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The Black Hand just wants to wet his beak.

Give Us $1K a Week or We’ll Hurt You — NYPD Cops Prey on Local Businesses Like the Mafia | The Free Thought Project

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Three NYPD cops were recently busted extorting $1,000 per week from the owner of a pizza shop in Queens. Besnik Llakatura, Denis Nikolla and Redinel Dervishaj, all New York police officers, were involved a scheme where “protection” money was coerced out of business owners under the threat of having their businesses shut down. Last month, Llakatura pleaded guilty to the charges against him. Denis Nikolla and Redinel Dervishaj are scheduled to appear in court in March, and it has been reported that Llakatura will not testify against them.

It is not clear how widespread the scheme was or how many businesses were being extorted, however the crimes were exposed when one of the victims went to the FBI and made them aware of what was happening.

After the indictment, United States Attorney Lynch said the police worked together to threaten the shop owners and make them feel like they could not turn to the police for help.

“The defendants told their victims they offered ‘protection,’ but in reality, they peddled fear and intimidation through the Albanian community—their community—of Queens. When one victim turned to law enforcement for help, he was betrayed again by a corrupt officer on the take, who turned his back on his badge, his oath, and his friend in exchange for extortion money in his pocket,” Lynch said.

The victim also said that the officers pointed a gun at him and told him to stay silent about the situation.
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cops hate loud noise.



listen to audio and/or read subtitles.
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Old 01-14-2016, 08:13 AM   #6618
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Just being honest.



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prosecutors dont want the jury to see cops stealing from the place they raid, so they don't factor that in when trying to win their case they hastely tossed together in order to rob someone on the farce of enforcing law.

Prosecutors move to exclude video of drug raid | Crescent City California News, Sports, & Weather | The Triplicate

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Prosecutors are hoping to exclude video footage of an officer allegedly stealing cash from the defendant during a drug raid, concerned that it will compromise the outcome of their case.

Crescent City resident James Banuelos is scheduled for a Jan. 25 jury trial on charges including methamphetamine possession and operating a drug house.

Earlier this week, Deputy District Attorney Annamarie Padilla filed a motion to exclude evidence pertaining to alleged officer misconduct during a March 5 raid in which more than a pound of meth was allegedly seized from a safe hidden in Banuelos’ floor.

The raid was subject to an extensive FBI investigation after Banuelos presented footage recorded on a hidden camera during the search. The video appears to depict multiple officers taking cash from Banuelos’ wallet, laughing, and pocketing the money.

“The fact that there may have been officer misconduct has very little effect on the issues in this case and would tend to evoke an unfair emotional bias against the People’s case,” Padilla argued in her motion filed in Del Norte County Superior Court.

Former Pelican Bay State Prison Correctional Officer Matthew Yates, who assisted in the raid as part of a special team from PBSP, was charged with misdemeanor theft late last year in relation to the video. He admitted taking the money during questioning by FBI agents, according to reports the FBI filed with District Attorney Dale Trigg’s office.

“But for the video, this would have never been caught,” said Michael Riese, Banuelos’ attorney.

Riese said there were also inconsistencies with items missing from the residence after the raid and those that were documented in the initial search returns.

Among them, was a gold chain belonging to Banuelos that appeared to go for sale on Craigslist days after the search, with a geo-tag location for the online post indicating it was made by a county employee, Riese said.

According to Padilla’s motion filed Wednesday, the FBI investigation determined the chain was being sold by an unrelated third party who claimed to have bought it years ago.

“In this case, my client says that it becomes ‘interesting’ that his jewelry shows up on Craigslist and it does not show up on the evidence listing until the FBI becomes involved,” said Riese.

Riese also takes issue with a trailer seized from Banuelos’ property ending up in the possession of one of the Sheriff deputies who assisted in the search. The deputy claimed to have owned the trailer years ago before it was “junked” by a local tow service, says Padilla.

The trailer was not documented on the initial search return itemization, said Riese, and was returned to the deputy without the proper legal recourse.

“The proper way of doing this was that they file a report instead of his colleagues giving him authority to re-acquire what was his by questionable ownership,” added Riese.

Padilla’s motion requests to exclude any and all evidence pertaining to “any and all allegations regarding other stolen property,” including the jewelry, the cash, or the trailer.

The reasoning outlined in the court document is that to include those details “would create an undue consumption of time, and would create a substantial danger of undue prejudice to the people.”

Riese called the motion “dubious at best,” since the evidence of officer misconduct compromises the credibility of any officer testimony from the raid.

“This,” said Riese, “is a system that is supposed to get to the truth, and you want to hide the truth from the jury?”

Padilla said she wouldn’t comment on a case in progress.

A decision by Judge Darren McElfresh is expected during a Jan. 12 readiness conference.

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It is impossible to convict a violent cop with a crime.

Judge throws out case against police officer charged in takedown of Indian grandfather | AL.com

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There will not be a third trial.

Judge Madeline Hughes Haikala just threw out the case against Madison police officer Eric Parker, who faced up to 10 years in prison for excessive force in the sidewalk stop of an Indian citizen.

Judge Haikala late Wednesday filed a 92-page opinion, ending with: "The Government has had two full and fair chances to obtain a conviction; it will not have another."

A team of three federal prosecutors had twice tried Parker last year for the takedown of 57-year-old Sureshbahi Patel on the morning of Feb. 6, 2015. Both trials ended with a deadlocked jury.
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