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Old 04-13-2016, 10:22 AM   #6721
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why'd you pull me over?

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Old 04-13-2016, 10:22 AM   #6722
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freedom of speech is against the law.

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Old 04-13-2016, 10:24 AM   #6723
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parked in a "fire lane" so you can get lunch. nbd

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Old 04-14-2016, 08:05 AM   #6724
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got power?

A lawsuit by a Pennsylvania woman describes a humiliating five-hour ordeal that discovered nothing.

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According to a lawsuit filed last September, described in a February 3 ruling by federal judge in Pennsylvania, Kimberlee Carbone was pulled over by New Castle police in November 2013, ostensibly because "she did not apply her turn signal at least 100 feet before the intersection." She was then subjected to a degrading five-hour ordeal that included a bogus DUI arrest, a search of her person and her car, a strip search at the county jail, and multiple probings of her anus and vagina at a hospital. As with David Eckert in New Mexico and the various women whose body cavities have been invaded by cops in Texas, no drugs were found.

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Carbone "was restrained to a bed by her wrists and ankles" as Geiser "performed an internal inspection of her vagina and rectum." He did not find anything. When Carbone said she needed to urinate, she was instructed to do so by squatting over a bedpan on a chair. No foreign objects were found in the bedpan, and no drugs were detected in her urine (despite the fact that she was arrested for driving while stoned). Since Geiser and the cops thought Carbone "might have something located deeper in her vagina and rectum," she was subjected to an involuntary CT scan, which found no foreign objects.

During the CT scan, Carbone says, Lamancusa, the D.A., told her the ordeal would end "if she helped him by provid[ing] information regarding drug-related activity." He also asked her "if she knew what prison felt like." The lawsuit says Lamanusca and the cops added insult to assault by making "derogatory remarks about her compromised position."

Still determined to discover contraband, Geiser "performed a second internal examination of [Carbone's] vagina and rectum," then instructed two nurses to perform a third. They also swabbed her vagina "for testing." After none of these inspections turned up evidence of a crime, Maiella told Carbone she was free to go. She was discharged from the hospital at 9:15 p.m., having spent an hour and a half there and a total of five hours in police custody.
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Old 04-14-2016, 08:15 AM   #6725
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cops in schools:

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Old 04-14-2016, 08:18 AM   #6726
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watch how cops deescalate the situation.

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Old 04-14-2016, 08:23 AM   #6727
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surprise! cops lie.

http://www.rawstory.com/2016/04/watc...-a-gun-on-him/

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An off-duty Houston cop who arrested a Texas dad in front of his kids — claiming he pulled a gun on him twice — is being questioned after surveillance video showed no such thing happened, reports KHOU.

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According to Carmona, he was getting out of his car when a gun he carries in the door pocket fell out and he bent over to pick up and return it. When he looked up, Wright was pointing his service weapon at him.

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Seeing the gun pointed at him, Carmona said he immediately apologized.

“I put my hands up like, ‘Sir,’ I apologized right away,” Carmona said. “’Sir, I apologize,’ because the first thing that come to my mind, I dropped a gun in front of an officer, without even knowing. I said, ‘Sir, I never pointed a gun at you. I promise, I never pointed a gun, check the videos.'”

In those videos Carmona can be seen bending over to pick up his gun as Wright exited his car and pointed his own weapon at Carmona who immediately put his hands up. Carmona is later seen face-down on the ground being handcuffed.

According to Houston man, his two kids were sitting in his car watching the whole thing happen.

“He comes behind me, he starts handcuffing me and my son comes out of the truck. That was the last thing I wanted,” Carmona said. “I’ve never cried so much in my life. It hurts. It hurts.”

Carmona says he is still facing the gun charges, but that the video clears him.

“There are two sides to every story, and in this case,” explained Carmona’s attorney Jed Silverman. “It’s night and day.”

While police investigators are looking into the videos, they are also investigating Wright, with store video showing him buying beer while still in uniform which is against police policy.
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Old 04-14-2016, 08:25 AM   #6728
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cops cant handle the intellect of a high schooler (since they failed out).
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Old 04-14-2016, 08:29 AM   #6729
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Old 04-14-2016, 08:33 AM   #6730
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cops in schools.

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Old 04-14-2016, 08:36 AM   #6731
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Old 04-18-2016, 10:00 AM   #6733
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no crime.
no cause.
no warrant.
no door.
no problem.

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In February, a family experienced a horrifying home invasion during which their children were taken from them, and they were assaulted.

The father and husband, Ilya Petrenko caught the perpetrators on video — they were police officers with the Vancouver Police Department.

According to Petrenko, a call was made from Kentucky claiming that there was a domestic dispute, so officers were dispatched to their house.

The caller stated that Stephanie’s hands were broken. In the police dispatch during the standoff, officers acknowledged that there were no injuries to the wife’s hands or elsewhere. But the cops did not care; they were hell bent on getting in that house.
After more than an hour of asking the police to politely leave, Ilya began filming.

Police had guns and tasers drawn as they swarmed the house to attack this innocent family.

The entire time, the couple is demanding to see a warrant and they are told by the police that they do not need one.

The police insisted something was wrong and used their authority to enter the house without a warrant believing that the welfare of the child or mother were in jeopardy. However, from the video and Stephanie’s own words, everyone was fine. The only people posing a threat to the Petrenko family were the Vancouver cops.

As police began to breach the house, Stephanie was assaulted. The traumatic instance of their baby being yanked from her arms was captured on video. The family was but helpless victims to the dozen armed agents — ostensibly there to help them.

During the melee, police separated the couple and because Stephanie resisted the officers’ attempt to steal her 11-month-old baby, she was swarmed and attacked. While we cannot see what happened on the other side of the wall, the audio from the recording is clear.
There is a sound of a struggle, as Stephanie resists her assailants. She then goes silent. When we finally hear her again, she tell the officers, “you almost killed me,” describing how they had choked her unconscious.

According to Ilya, Stephanie was strangled until she lost consciousness and when she awoke, the assaulting officer was taking pictures and verbally conspiring with the other officers to imply Ilya had caused the injuries. However, video footage from before the police assault clearly shows that Stephanie’s neck and arms are free from bruises or marks.

Both Ilya and Stephanie were jailed following this incident, and despite the fact that an Aunt had arrived to care for the children, law enforcement insisted instead that the children be put in CPS custody.
Ilya and Stephanie continue the fight to get their children back more than a month later.

According to Ilya, VPD officers confiscated the iPhone and erased all evidence of their shocking abuse of power, including the statement that no warrant was needed to forcibly enter the home… fortunately, they were not aware that it had been uploaded to the iCloud.

Below is this disturbing video.
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Old 04-19-2016, 09:45 AM   #6735
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cops are hired to keep our roads safe:

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cops are smart:

Unloaded gun 'dry-fired' at DC police meeting, sources say | WUSA9.com

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An officer in the Metropolitan Police Department's first district “dry-fired” an unloaded weapon at the head of another officer during a roll-call meeting on Saturday afternoon, possibly under orders from a sergeant as part of a training exercise, four MPD sources tell WUSA9.

Those sources say a Sergeant later told officers in the room that they had secretly ordered the officer to unload his weapon and then pretend to fire on his colleague as part of a “training exercise” on situational awareness. The officer then pulled the trigger of the unloaded weapon while pointing it at the head of an officer until it audibly clicked, the sources say.

Both the officer who allegedly fired the weapon and the sergeant who allegedly ordered him are assigned to regular duties, pending an internal affairs investigation, MPD spokesman Sean Hickman tells WUSA9.

“I can tell you there are about seven different versions of the incident that are out there,” MPD Chief Cathy Lanier told reporters on Monday. “I’m not sure which or how many of those that you’ve heard, but I prefer to wait until I see some facts and some direct statements of what happened before I make a judgment.”

Several MPD personnel who have heard of the incident, which has been widely discussed in police circles online and elsewhere since the weekend, say they are furious that such a training exercise might have been ordered.

Another officer could easily have drawn their weapon and killed the officer who dry-fired at their colleague. Some sources say at least one officer did pull his weapon on the officer during the confusing moments surrounding the incident.

"You shouldn’t be doing that kind of training. This is police academy 101. You do not pull your weapon out of your holster and display it, especially in a roomful of cops," said Michael Tabman, a former Fairfax County police officer and FBI special agent.

Tabman ticked off multiple ways the scenario could have turned deadly, such as a round accidentally left chambered in the officer’s weapon, or another officer in the room opening fire to preemptively protect a colleague with a gun pointed at him.

"You just don’t put people in that fear and sort of invite tragedy, and that’s what this was—it was inviting tragedy. Thank goodness nothing happened," Tabman said.
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no crime.
no warrant.
no problem.

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Old 04-19-2016, 10:12 AM   #6739
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If they open the door for the cops and a wiff of it comes outside, that's probable cause.

How to avoid... Install a speaker system. *knock knock* *intercom: Yessurr? kekeke* *Mind if we come in?* *intercom: LOLOLOL Nope, Warrant plz*
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In warrant-less searches, probable cause is established in court after the fact, so the officer still has to articulate and explain how the scent of weed lead to any unrelated arrest.

You can clearly see by the video, the officers had no intentions of looking for weed. Notice how they finally start battering and arresting everyone inside when she finally asks: where's the weed then?
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