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Old 01-26-2016, 03:29 PM   #6661
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Please note that this took OVER 3 years to get something.

OVER 3 YEARS
True dat, but the real test will be how long it takes for him to actually ever see a check. Time and time again, the award is made, but then the plaintiff has to endure additional protracted legal maneuvers to get their hands on a check.
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sorry for the hiatus, but lucky for you cops never stop raping children.

Phoenix Cop Gets 60 Days for Having Sex With a Minor | Phoenix New Times

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Justin LaClere, 33, was sentenced to 60 days in jail for “luring a minor for sexual exploitation,” a class 3 felony, and “sexual conduct with a minor,” a class 6 felony — charges that often carry a two- to seven-year sentence.

A seven-year veteran of the Phoenix Police Department, LaClere was arrested by Scottsdale Police in January 2014 after authorities learned that he’d had sex with the 17-year-old high school student he’d been courting. The two met through on the social media site Whisper, which allows users to upload pictures anonymously and privately message one another about them.

According to court documents obtained by New Times, the girl, whose name has not been released because she was a minor at the time of the arrest, “uploaded a picture of a baby with the text ‘I want to get pregnant but I’m only a teen’ written across it.”

After coming across the photograph, LaClere, who went by the handle “Jason69er,” sent her a private message and the two corresponded for the next two days.

LaClere was not at all dissuaded by the girl’s age, and instead probed for details about her desire to get pregnant:
60 days. I'm sure it was worth it for him and he'll do it again. Badge = power.
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local hero gets 5 years in jail for trying to impress his friends

Officer who held gun to man's head sentenced to 5 years in prison - Story | WTTG

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The Prince George's County Police officer who held a gun to a man’s head and mouth during a stop was sentenced to five years in prison.

Jenchesky Santiago was sentenced Friday. The incident was captured on cell phone video back in May of 2014 in Bowie and happened while the man was being dropped off at his own home.

Prosecutors say Santiago accused the victim of parking illegally even though he had not.

Santiago was found guilty of first and second degree assault, use of a handgun in the commission of a crime of violence and two counts of misconduct in office.
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cops still break the law to enforce laws they make up on the spot.

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A Connecticut state trooper seized a man’s camera, telling him it was illegal to record, then made the mistake of allowing the camera to continue to record as he conjured up false charges against the man with another trooper.

“We gotta cover our ***,” Trooper First Class John Barone explained to the other trooper.

Revealing words for a cop who won an award for “outstanding service” in 2008; a man with apparent intellectual limitations, unable to tell the difference between state property and public property.

The incident took place on September 11, 2015 when Michael Picard was standing on the side of the road open carrying, holding up a sign warning drivers about an upcoming DUI checkpoint, all while video recording as we have reported before.

But the video was not posted until Monday after Picard’s attorney failed to get the charges dropped in a hearing.

Picard was expected to pay $300 in fines for citations he received that day as well as on July 3, 2015 where he was also cited for reckless use of a highway by a pedestrian while holding up a sign near DUI checkpoint.

When Picard’s lawyer mentioned they have video evidence, exposing the cops as lying thugs conspiring against his client, the prosecutor offered to reduce the fine to $25.

But Picard refused that offer and now they are going to trial on April 25, 2016.

However, after viewing the video below, it will become evident that the cops should be the ones on trial.
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Old 01-27-2016, 02:32 PM   #6665
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We were 4 bikers on our way back from Flight 93 Memorial in Stoystown, PA. My friend and I get pulled over for crossing on double yellow.After waiting for citations for 10-15 minutes the other 2 bikers (my brother Ryan and other friend) walk up to see whats going on and just to wait with us. They stand off to side as instructed by the officer outside the vehicle (Officer Smith) After another 5 minutes or so of casual conversation among ourselves and Smith, he asks for ID from Ryan, who responds, "I am required to show you ID?" Smith responds, "I am a police officer." Ryan says, "I understand that but whats the reason." He responds by saying, "You came on my scene". Smith asks for his name which Ryan gives. At this point the other officer (Williams) gets out of the squad car and asks whats going on. Smith says that Ryan isn't showing ID and immediately the Williams says, If you don't show us ID right now we can arrest you, tow your bike, and then you have to pay bail. This is when my brother says, "someone get this on video". So I pull out my phone and the following occurs.

After the Video: They seize my phone and play the video, which has audio obviously. I am then arrested by Williams for audio taping them without their consent (Wiretapping Law), which according to the ACLU does not apply to officers doing their regular duties in public. So I'm arrested as well. Eventually my friend calls his police officer friend who talks with Williams. Then we are both released as long as we give them the video and delete it. So they continue to seize my phone to make us follow them back to the station to transfer the file. After not being able to transfer it due to software issues the Smith takes a video of my video with his iPhone. I am then told to delete the video so I stealthy slide to the next video, which Williams created while seizing my phone (he had no idea how to use a smartphone) and deleted that one. Now I'm sharing this ridiculous video of a cop on a power trip arresting innocent civilians after they visited a 9/11 memorial.

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In the end my brother was found not guilty, because the judge had a feeling it was all about refusing to show ID. The judge did however scold my brother, telling him "you shouldn't have been there". During the court case, my brother was not allowed to present the video because the judge confirmed that the Wiretapping Law made the audio recording illegal and not admissible evidence in court. Also the Williams was exaggerating details and making it seem as if my brother was disorderly and a threat to the officers safety. Williams said when they told the two approaching bikers to stand off to the side my brother kept approaching (lied under oath). Smith even proved this point when he gave his testimony and said when asked to stand off to the side of the road they did. Williams also said my brother caused a unsafe road condition by making them stop traffic as he was being arrested, which was completely out of his control because...he was already under arrest.
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NYPD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!111111111111111111111111 111111111111 #1 in costing taxpayers millions for no reason.

NYPD Settles for Nearly $3 Million for Fabricating Charges Against Great-Grandfather to Protect Cop

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An NYPD cop speeding on his police scooter lost control and ran into an elderly man crossing the street, sending the man flying head over heels and leaving him injured in the street.

New York City police officer Thomas Officer then cited Jose Flores for jaywalking, accusing him of endangering the life of an officer by stepping in front of him, even though a surveillance video shows Flores looked both ways before crossing.

It also shows that Hopper had lost control and that the scooter was skidding on its side when it slammed into Flores on August 7, 2012.

But Hopper was not going to take the fall for his own fall. Not when he has a badge and can place the blame on a defenseless victim.

Flores was briefly transported to a hospital where he was chained to a bed and released without having x-rays done because the cops wanted to jail him on a ten-year-old warrant for an open container, according to Gothamist.

He then spent the next 36 hours in a jail cell complaining of neck pain, which led to other inmates giving him sandwiches that he was able to use as pillows.

A judge released him after dismissing the warrant and he spent the next four months in a hospital being treated for two broken vertebrae in his neck.



Meanwhile, Flores’ wife, who had been diagnosed with dementia a month before the incident, was so distraught that he was going to be jailed for jaywalking and endangering the life of a police officer, that she suffered a heart attack and died three months later.

Flores was eventually acquitted of the jaywalking charge. He then filed a lawsuit against the city.

The civil trial was scheduled for Monday but the city offered to settle for $2.9 million beforehand.

Hopper was the subject of another lawsuit in 2009 when a fellow cop sued him for threatening him with a gun, according to the New York Post.

cops hate cameras because it records their crimes.
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sometimes cops have to use evil cameras to catch criminals in the act.

Cops Filming Cops – Deputies Hide Camera to Record Sheriff Forcing them to Steal Pot from Evidence | The Free Thought Project

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After recording conversations of the sheriff ordering them to steal marijuana, two former deputies have recently filed a lawsuit accusing the sheriff of firing them because they refused to steal drugs from the evidence room. Although the sheriff claims the marijuana was not for personal use, he allegedly harassed his deputies for months ordering them to steal narcotics for him from the evidence room and during drug busts.

On May 19, 2015, Winston County Deputy Zachery Green stepped into Sheriff Hobby Walker’s office and presented him with three ounces of marijuana confiscated on a search warrant from the previous day. Instead of logging it into evidence, Walker allegedly placed the drugs in his desk drawer and thanked Green. The sheriff eventually gave the marijuana back to Green after the deputy explained that he needed the evidence for his narcotics case. After Walker told him that he wanted to obtain marijuana for his terminally ill aunt, Green agreed to steal drugs from a future case.

A month later, Walker reprimanded Green for taking an authorized vacation with his church. After chewing out his deputy and bordering on religious intolerance, Walker ordered him again to illegally acquire marijuana.

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In cooperation with the FBI and ALEA, the deputies confiscated marijuana from a rural field in Winston County and gave it to Walker on September 23, 2015. Unbeknownst to the sheriff, state and federal law enforcement agencies recorded video of Green and Moody handing the stolen drugs to Walker.

Instead of asking Green and Moody to continue stealing drugs for him, Walker suddenly fired them on November 30, 2015. Although law enforcement agencies obtained video of Walker stealing marijuana from evidence, recorded conversations of the sheriff ordering his deputies to steal drugs, and testimony from at least two deputies, no criminal charges have been filed against Walker.

Earlier this month, Green and Moody filed a lawsuit against the sheriff and the county for wrongful termination. Outraged that no charges have been filed against the sheriff, their attorney Jay Stover told AL.com that something is “not right.”

“In Alabama, it’s called distribution, on top of tampering with evidence,” Stover asserted.

In Sandusky County, Ohio, six police chiefs publicly accused their local sheriff of stealing drugs from their departments under false pretenses earlier this month. Although Sandusky County Sheriff Kyle Overmyer allegedly stole drugs and threatened Gibsonburg Mayor Steve Fought two weeks ago at a Republican Party function, no criminal charges have been filed against the sheriff.
video of cop forcing other cops to break the law in link.
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Old 01-27-2016, 02:40 PM   #6668
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cops are trained and brainwashed to kill.

Police Officer Accidentally Shoots Motorcyclist, Blames Muscle Memory - Video

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Footage has surfaced of a Minnesota police officer accidentally shooting a motorcyclist after stopping him for speeding. And what follows is one of the most Minnesota situation ever.

The shooting took place last June in the Twin Cities suburb of Eden Prairie, but video of the incident was only recently uncovered by local television station KMSP. In the video, Eden Prairie Police Sgt. Lonnie Soppeland pursues 21-year-old motorcyclist Matthew Hovland-Knase at speeds reportedly in excess of 100 mph. Eventually, the latter slows his motorcycle and pulls into the dirt shoulder of the road.

Soppeland quickly steps out of his patrol car, and in the process of shouting, "Get your hands where I can see him," fires a shot that hits Hovland-Knase in the arm.

In the unedited version of the video, Soppeland can be heard hissing, "Oh, sh*t. F*ck. F*ck," in much the same tone one might use after spilling really hot coffee into one's lap.

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In the investigation that followed, Soppeland blamed his actions on muscle memory developed as a result of firearms training he had undertaken less than a month before the incident.

"It was not my conscious choice," Soppeland told investigators. "I feel the muscle memory from that recent training of squeezing the trigger contributed to the unintentional discharge during a high-stress situation."

Soppeland was placed on administrative leave during the investigation. No further disciplinary action was taken as a result, and he has since returned to active duty.

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Old 01-28-2016, 02:27 PM   #6669
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Cops hate when the law forces them to have dash cams and body cams.

https://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/2016...olice-dashcams
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Chicago Police Department officers stashed microphones in their squad car glove boxes. They pulled out batteries. Microphone antennas got busted or went missing. And sometimes, dashcam systems didn’t have any microphones at all, DNAinfo Chicago has learned.

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The camera's repeated breakdowns and mysterious failure to record sound appear to be part of a larger pattern in Chicago. Technicians have identified 90 cases between September 2014 and July 2015 where CPD officers had actually hidden their dashcam mics in the glove compartment of their cars, while in 30 other instances, there was evidence that recording devices were "intentionally defeated" or not activated by police personnel, DNA Info reported.

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they are just being transparent. Obama taught them how.
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whatever it takes to look good for the boss:

Toronto police officers to be charged with obstruction, perjury in 2014 drug case: reports - Toronto - CBC News

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Last September, an Ontario Superior Court judge dismissed charges against a man police arrested and accused of possessing heroin. In his decision, Justice Edward Morgan concluded the officers involved in the case "concocted a false story" about why they stopped the defendant and searched his car.

"The misconduct evidenced here is entirely beyond anything that the courts can accept," the judge said.

Morgan also ruled the officers falsely testified they found loose heroin powder on the dashboard, which led to a search that uncovered 11 more grams of the drug wrapped and hidden behind the car's steering column.

"If the heroin was planted on the console by the police and was not left there by the defendant then the ensuing search was not authorized by law. I conclude that is indeed what happened here. All of the heroin that was found pursuant to this pretext for a search is, as they say, fruit of a poisoned tree," the judge wrote.

According to court documents dated Sept. 13, 2015, police said Nguyen Son Tran was stopped in his car on Jan. 13, 2014, for running a red light near Broadview Avenue and Gerrard Street East and almost hitting a pedestrian.

An officer testified he arrested and charged Tran with possession of heroin after another officer who pulled Tran over spotted white powder on the dash.

Tran was re-arrested and charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking after his car was searched and a larger quantity of drugs was found, the documents stated. Tran told the court that when he stopped at a red light he saw an officer, who he said had arrested him the previous year, in a car with another officer.

But in his ruling, Morgan agreed with the defence that the police fabricated the story about stopping the defendant at the red light.

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That now-familiar refrain represents the last spoken words by 51-year-old Oakland resident Hernan Jaramillo, an emotionally troubled man as his breath and life were crushed out of him by several police officers who had responded to his sister’s 911 call about a suspected intruder. Jaramillo was not a suspect and was supposedly not under arrest at the time of his death at the hands — and beneath the knees — of the officers. Just days ago the Oakland City Council hit up taxpayers to fund a $450,000 settlement in a lawsuit brought by the family of the victim.
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trigger happy cop likes to shoot things for no reason.

Toronto police officer charged in Distillery District shooting - Toronto - CBC News

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A Toronto police officer who fired multiple bullets into a stopped car during an arrest in the Distillery District last September has been charged under the Police Services Act.

Toronto police wouldn't confirm the exact charge or charges the officer is facing.

Const. Tash Baiati, who served in Afghanistan as a reserve member of the Canadian Forces, remained on duty after the incident on Sept. 16, when he and several other officers staged a takedown of a car and driver at around 1 p.m. near a public park around Parliament and Mill Streets.

Investigators on the scene of a daytime shooting near the Distillery District Wednesday.
Bullet holes could be seen in the hood of the silver sedan, which police said was stolen, after the incident.

Following a brief pursuit, the car was boxed in when Baiati shot 15 rounds from his service pistol into the vehicle's engine. The driver of the car was not hit.

Toronto police launched an internal investigation in the wake of the incident.

Dozens of witnesses saw the dramatic arrest, including some who captured it on video. Many said they were shocked by the gunfire, especially in such a busy neighbourhood.

Mayor John Tory expressed concerns about the "very public" nature of the shooting but said he would hold his opinions about what happened pending the result of the internal investigation.

The suspect who was arrested was charged with multiple offences after the arrest. Investigators said the man was known to police and had 173 previous convictions related to vehicles. He had been banned from driving nine times, police said.

Toronto Police Association President Mike McCormack said he believed the shooting posed "no threat to the public" after the incident.
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New video released by a Florida state attorney shows Marion County deputies punching and kicking a drug-bust suspect in the head as he lay complacent on the ground during an arrest. The deputies arrested Derrick Price in August 2014 and were accused of beating the suspect after he had peacefully surrended and gotten down to the ground. The U.S. Department of Justice indicted Deputy Jesse Terrell for the incident, and he has since been fired; the other four deputies resigned and pleaded guilty to federal civil rights violations.
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fishing cops with guns.


notice the cop that said "we dont need a warrant to come inside" didnt go inside...

apparently cops are getting wise that "we got a call" "**** your constitution that we are sworn to protect"
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lol at lawyer.

Lawyer: 16-Year-Old Shouldn't Be Upset By Explicit Photos Cop Sent Her Because She's Probably Seen Penises On The Internet

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Afterward, his lawyer, Kenneth Anderson, said there are discussions with prosecutors to resolve 
the case.

“I really can’t go into detail given the nature of things. They’re serious charges,” Anderson said.

But he disputed the charges that Guzman sent a 16-year-old girl harmful pictures and said even if the allegation were true, he doesn’t believe the material would have been that shocking.

“You can’t tell me someone her age has never seen a picture of a ***** on the Internet,” Anderson said.
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cops cost taxpayers big.

Man arrested, jailed for filming cop settles lawsuit and gets $72,500 | Ars Technica

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A Massachusetts man charged with wiretapping in 2014 for filming a local police officer with his iPhone is settling a federal civil rights lawsuit for $72,500.

According to court documents, a Fall River man named George Thompson saw a police officer outside his house cursing into his mobile phone while working traffic detail. The lawsuit said that Thompson began filming the officer, Thomas Barboza, with his mobile phone. The officer eventually pushed Thompson, 53, to the ground and handcuffed him, according to the lawsuit (PDF). Thompson spent a night in jail.

The arresting officer received a one-day suspension for conduct unbecoming of an officer—that is speaking profanities in public. The Fall River police erased the footage from the phone by typing in wrong passwords at least 10 times, which prompted the iPhone to restore to factory settings. That erasure was among the reasons the authorities dropped the wiretapping charges against Thompson, as the alleged evidence had been destroyed.
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watch police, highly trained in dealing with crazies, stop this guy from killing himself with a gun to his head.

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cops love toys

Minnesota deputy accused of stealing donated toys, dropbox drugs - Story | KMSP

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A Meeker County sheriff’s office deputy was arrested for allegedly stealing drugs from the county's drop box and toys from a holiday toy drive.

Deputy Travis Sebring was suspected of taking controlled substances out of the Meeker County drug take back drop box. He was arrested on Jan. 26 after he was found in possession of the drugs.

A search warrant for his house found evidence of the theft and a small amount of marijuana, as well as toys he allegedly stole from a Christmas toy drive. The Meeker County sheriff’s office does not believe any other employees are involved.

Sebring was formally charged Thursday and made his first court appearance Friday morning. Sebring has resigned from his position as a Meeker County deputy.
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you can never really fire a cop.

Fired St. John deputy gets new job in St. James Parish, newspaper reports | NOLA.com

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A fired St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff's deputy, who was convicted of perjury, has been hired by a neighboring law enforcement agency, according to the L'Observateur newspaper. Cody Malkiewicz was recently hired by the St. James Parish Sheriff's Office, the newspaper reports.

Malkiewicz was fired in 2015 after St. John authorities say an internal investigation indicated he lied on the witness stand about a narcotics arrest.

Malkiewicz was able to get the perjury charge expunged from his record after completing a pre-trial diversion program, according to the L'Observateur.
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