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Old 05-09-2016, 09:07 AM   #6781
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Police claim he was trying to "run" from them...

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Montague said the motorcyclist, who police first observed at 19th Avenue and Fraser Street, endangered others by weaving through traffic and pedestrians and speeding past a park while evading police as it tore down Fraser Street.

The motorcyclist blew past two stop signs and fled from a marked police car on 43rd Avenue, according to Montague.

He described the eventual arrest as "quick" and said it was done to ensure the public would no longer be put at risk.Arrest was 'heavy-handed' says store ownerBut Bayside Performance owner Kevin Boisvert, who posted the video, believes police were unnecessarily rough when they made the arrest.

"It's not right for police to beat someone up. Maybe adrenalin was pumping. But it was heavy handed. They didn't have to keep kneeing him."

Boisvert said he was 20 to 30 feet away from the takedown and the police cruiser had no lights on until the last second as it came to a halt. The man shown being arrested in the video is a customer at his store, Boisvert said.

"I heard no siren. Lucas was riding a Ducati. They're extremely loud. He might not have known he was being chased."

In a Facebook post, a man named Lucas Moh says he is the person in the video and that he has been charged with dangerous driving, evading police, failing to stop, and speeding.

Police have not confirmed those charges.
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Old 05-09-2016, 09:11 AM   #6782
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Police Used Stingray in Hunt for $50 Chicken Wing Thief

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Stingray is a controversial cellphone tracking tool that sucks up information from all nearby cellphone users. Itís often sold as a vital tool for finding serious criminals and terrorists, an argument that is weakened somewhat when it emerges Annapolis police used it to try and find the perp in a $50 chicken robbery.

A wide-reaching article on the use of Stingrays by Annapolis police shines light on a number of problems with the devices. Stingrays work by simulating a real cellphone tower, pinging all nearby cellphones until they connect with the device, at which point it can track their location, and in some cases intercept phone conversations.

The device itself is already worrying, owing to the completely indiscriminate nature of its data collection. But even stranger is the secrecy surrounding the device. The FBI, which provides Stingrays to some police departments, forces other law enforcement agencies to not disclose the existence of Stingrays. In some cases, thatís led to otherwise-solid cases being dropped, in case the use of Stingrays is explored in public during a court case.

The lack of knowledge about the case is what makes it so worrying. Itís easy to justify the use of a device like Stingray if itís being used as part of a counter-terrorism operation, where the stakes are high; itís harder in one case cited by Capital, where Stingray was used (unsuccessfully) to track down the the case of a pizza deliveryman who reported being robbed of 15 chicken wings and three subs while out on delivery.
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Old 05-09-2016, 09:12 AM   #6783
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how to handle police:



watch this cop run out of IQ points.
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Old 05-10-2016, 02:51 PM   #6784
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"Friend" gets out of assaulting a teen and threatening to murder him, since "friend" happens to be an FBI when he's not busy being a big douchehole.

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FBI agent guilty of assault after shoving teen to ground, threatening him with gun: ‘If I have to shoot you, I will’ (VIDEO)

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An FBI agent convicted last year of shoving a Maryland teenager — in an off-duty confrontation captured on cellphone video and viewed across the nation — had his guilty finding dismissed Wednesday by a judge who called the incident an unfortunate mistake in an otherwise stellar career.

The decision by Montgomery County Circuit Judge Steven Salant clears the way for Gerald Rogero, a unit chief in the FBI’s counterterrorism division, to continue his duties. Rogero has three daughters — two in college, one in high school — whom he has raised as a single father after the sudden death of his wife in 2008.

“Would it be in the best interest of the defendant — as a result of this isolated and unfortunate mistake of judgment — to deprive him of his employment, of his livelihood?” Salant asked from the bench, speaking to a courtroom packed with FBI agents supporting their colleague as well as friends and family supporting the teenager. “To impact upon his children? To impact upon the service that he can bring to the community? I think not.”
activist judge cares little about law when it helps her fellow man out; i'm sure she's just as lenient to her other defendants...
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Old 05-10-2016, 02:56 PM   #6785
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just a friendly cop.



cant believe people have the restraint not to murder cops like this.


food for thought:
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A Homeless man accused of assaulting an Orlando police officer in Parramore last summer was acquitted by a jury of a lesser charge last week, according to court records.

Terre Johnson, 44, was charged with resisting arrest with violence, resisting arrest without violence and battery on a law enforcement officer. But before the jury deliberated on a verdict the judge dismissed the resisting charges and downgraded the battery on a law enforcement officer to simple battery, records show.
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The Orlando officer who was captured on video "mocking" a homeless man before arresting him in August received an oral reprimand for being unprofessional, according to Internal Affairs records.

Officer James M. Wilson was responding to a trespass complaint on Parramore by the Coalition for the Homeless when he came across 44-year-old Terre Johnson. Wilson told Johnson that he was on city-owned property and his feet were in the street.

Bad cop, NO. Good cop.
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Old 05-10-2016, 03:02 PM   #6786
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no warrant. little bit of a problem


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On Thursday morning, an Odessa man and his family were rudely awakened by a dozen militarized DEA and SWAT officers with AR-15s at their front door. Instead of cowering to the men who were clearly not authorized to be there, this man stood his ground and sent them on their way.

“We were rudely awakened, they just started banging on the door,” said the man who wishes to remain anonymous in an interview with KEPJ News, “I just didn’t like the way they did it.”

Ector County SWAT team was assisting the DEA in a raid on Tripp Avenue when they simply decided to move to the next house and attempt to enter without a warrant. The next house belonged to this innocent man, who was angered by such a vulgar display of incompetent power.

As the SWAT team tries to enter the man’s home without a warrant, he began filming and giving them a piece of his mind.

After their verbal beating, the cops finally left but not before one of them flipped him off.

On Friday, while speaking with KPEJ, the agency released the following statement regarding the matter:

On May 5, 2016, agents from the Drug Enforcement Administration executed a federal search warrant on Tripp Avenue. During the course of this same investigation, agents contacted (the resident) who resides at a nearby residence. (The resident) was uncooperative with the agents so they departed the premises without incident.
Lol @ Executed a Fed. Search Warrant WITHOUT a warrant.
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Old 05-10-2016, 03:05 PM   #6787
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Judges like reduced sentences.

Arkansas Judge Resigns After Thousands of Nude Photos of Defendants Found - NBC News

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An Arkansas judge accused of swapping sex for reduced sentences resigned Monday after a state commission said it discovered thousands of photographs from his computer that depicted nude male defendants.

In a letter to the Judicial Discipline and Disability Commission, Cross County District Judge Joseph Boeckmann said that his resignation was effective immediately, and that he would never again seek a job as a local, county or state employee.

Boeckmann's resignation came after the commission said in a May 5 letter to his lawyer that it was in the process of recovering as many as 4,500 photos.

"They all depict young men, many naked who are in various poses inside the judge's home and outside in his yard," the letter states, adding that many of the men had received checks from the judge and had appeared before him as defendants.

"There are numerous photos of naked young men bending over after an apparent paddling," the letter reads. "Please accept this as notice to not destroy [or] otherwise dispose of this paddle."
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Old 05-11-2016, 09:20 AM   #6788
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Thou shall not ride their bikes through my Mall parking lot and live to see the sun...


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Monique and her brother stopped when Officer Williams ordered them to do so, but that was the start of Monique's ordeal. Monique knew her rights and demanded to know why she was being stopped. Officer Williams informed them that they were causing a disturbance and were about to be "trespassed" from the mall. Again, Monique demanded to know why she and her brother were being stopped and questioned by police. She tried to tell Officer Williams that she and her brother were on their way home. Officer Williams didn't listen.
This was a mall security guard battering a 15-yo girl and then tasering her for compliance -- all over no crime whatsoever.
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thou shall not video.

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Old 05-11-2016, 09:26 AM   #6790
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bored at work?

shoot your partner, then murder the suspect you struggled to apprehend.


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Old 05-11-2016, 09:28 AM   #6791
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bored at work? verbally abuse people and steal their property.

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Having already received a $7,500 settlement for a wrongful arrest involving the recording of police in public, an Oregon man was surprised when a jury found him guilty for the same arrest Tuesday.

But Judge Stephen Bushong did not allow any mention of November’s settlement to be part of the trial.

Instead, the six-person jury heard testimony from several police officers that Fred Marlow IV was interfering with their investigation by standing on the property of his apartment complex recording them blasting their way into a home using flash grenades in September 2014.

Gresham police said they had ordered him away for his “safety,” but he refused to leave, citing his right to record police activity, which left them no choice but to body slam to the sidewalk, leaving him with several cuts and bruises before handcuffing him and throwing him in jail.

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That meant that Marlow had to use all of his settlement money in addition to several thousand additional dollars to pay for his lawyer to fight the refiled charges.

Judge Stephen Bushong sentenced Marlow to one year probation, 80 hours of community service and a $500 fine.

If you ever take a settlement from a bunch of low-life criminals, make sure you put in a clause that they cant then go charge you with the crime you just settled for.
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Old 05-16-2016, 10:18 AM   #6796
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Are you educated?



arrested for disorderly conduct for "swearing in front of women and children".
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lol. you missed a gun...



this guy was stopped, detained, and handcuffed for legally open carrying, but they missed his legally concealed weapon.
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Old 05-16-2016, 10:33 AM   #6798
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cops: the bastion of safety.

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Old 05-16-2016, 10:36 AM   #6799
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errbody does that.

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cops: the bastion of safety.
According to the bicyclist the cop lied on the police report and said his police lights were turned on and the biker failed to yield for a police emergency.
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