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Old 06-14-2016, 09:01 AM   #6821
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Old 06-14-2016, 09:08 AM   #6823
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weird, in the 1960s police werent trained to shoot and kill the mentally disturbed, then ask questions later.

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Old 06-14-2016, 09:12 AM   #6824
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brilliant.

Barricaded situation ends after 11-hour standoff with empty...

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Old 06-14-2016, 09:14 AM   #6825
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93, 70, hauling ***, flying, how fast actually? I couldn't get my radar on you

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Old 06-14-2016, 11:27 AM   #6826
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Cops are crooks everywhere...Man Fined $175 for Unbuckling His Seatbelt to Give Money to a Homeless Person

"I stopped and looked and I saw this homeless guy holding a sign," [Dane] Rusk said. "I instantly felt sorry for him."
He unbuckled his belt to get to his wallet and give the guy $3. And for being in a car with his belt unbuckled, he received a $175 traffic ticket.

The panhandler was actually an undercover cop.

Moments after giving the guy some money:Rusk was pulled over by police and issued a ticket.

"I said, 'What do you mean? I didn't talk to any police officer,' and he said, 'Well ya, you gave him money,'" Dusk said.

"I said, 'Oh, the homeless guy?'"

The person Rusk handed change to was an undercover cop, and Rusk received the fine for not wearing a seat belt.

Rusk said he was "pretty shocked" by the incident. "The ticket's $175 and the three dollars I gave to him – I'm out $178 all because I was trying to help out a homeless guy."



Man Fined $175 for Unbuckling His Seatbelt to Give Money to a Homeless Person - Hit & Run : Reason.com
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Old 06-14-2016, 12:05 PM   #6827
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reminds me of the video i posted here, where some cops in CA closed a highway to catch lane splitting motorcycles at the expensive of all commuters.

policing isn't about safety or crime, it's about money.
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Old 06-15-2016, 10:19 AM   #6828
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local cops catching cops being cops.

In sex sting, police pose as 15-year-old on Craigslist — and nab another cop

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A police sex-sting operation in Northern Virginia, aimed at finding men who wanted to have sex or commit indecent acts with juveniles, has nabbed a police officer in Maryland, officials said Monday.

Christopher Dunkes, 27, a patrolman with the Montgomery County Police Department, answered a Craigslist advertisement posted by an undercover officer who was posing as a 15-year-old girl from Prince William County, detectives said in a criminal complaint filed in Prince William court.

Dunkes emailed and texted with the undercover officer about sex acts, according to the complaint. Dunkes twice proposed a specific act and suggested that they meet in his car, according to the court document. He agreed to meet the undercover officer at a Target store. He was arrested without incident, police said.

Dunkes has been suspended without pay, said Capt. Paul Starks, a Montgomery police spokesman. Dunkes had joined the force in 2014 and most recently had been assigned to the Bethesda bureau.
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Old 06-15-2016, 01:34 PM   #6829
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Cops are trained to pull guns on people... especially when off-duty and during fits of road rage.

Exclusive: Off-duty officer accused of pulling gun on deliverymen on bicycles in Greenwich Village | abc7ny.com

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An off-duty officer accused of pointing his gun at deliverymen on bicycles in Greenwich Village Monday.

The men say the confrontation started over the cop's car mirror, but the police are telling a very different story.

Still, the intense scene led to a school being put on lockdown.

"How are you going to pull a gun out in the middle of the street?" a bike messenger says in the video.

This is the heated and frightening exchange happened on Greenwich Avenue Monday afternoon as a motorist pulled his weapon in what appears to be a case of road rage.

The driver claims the messenger on bike smacked his window.

The biker's friends tell Eyewitness News the sergeant swerved into their space.

Everyone stopped and the confrontation began.

"You going to shoot him? He has no weapon," the man's friend said.

Thankfully no shots were fired. More officers and nearby firefighters arrived. The biker's friends say the sergeant never produced a badge.

"He did not even say he was a cop. Literally got out of car with his weapon drawn," a biker said.

"We kept asking him, identify yourself. He just wouldn't," another friend of the biker's said.

As word spread through the village that there was a gunman on the loose, a nearby elementary school was put on temporary lockdown instead of regular dismissal.

Eventually, the sergeant was allowed to drive away while the biker was arrested.

Officials claim he had an 8-inch ice pick which he used to lunge at the sergeant, except no such weapon was found.

Authorities say another biker took it.

The bikers argue that's a lie to justify pulling out his revolver.

"Were you four menacing him and coming at him a weapon?" Eyewitness News asked.

"Absolutely not," a friend said.

"He's definitely not guilty of any crimes," another friend said.

There were about four bikers riding together at the time, making a food delivery.

The only biker arrested was the one in front. His friends say the only weapons they pulled were their cell phones to capture the incident.
video in link. I love how a biker still got arrested since the cops buddies protect their boy in blue.


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Old 06-15-2016, 01:37 PM   #6830
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shoot first ask questions later.

Walmart Lied to Police and Got a Hallandale Beach Shoplifter Killed, Family Claims | New Times Broward-Palm Beach

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Eduardo Prieto Jr., 32, was caught stealing DVDs for his estranged children from a Hallandale Beach Walmart in September 2012, he was ultimately shot dead by Hallandale Beach Police officers, due to what his family now claims were lies told by Walmart employees and a botched 911 call from the Broward Sheriff's Office.

According to a 911-call recording that New Times obtained, a BSO dispatcher told Hallandale Police that Prieto had used a "gun in the office" at Walmart. However, video evidence that New Times also obtained clearly shows no gun was used. But before Hallandale Police found out the dispatcher's description was wrong, the cops had already fired more than 20 rounds into Prieto's car, killing him.
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Old 06-15-2016, 01:54 PM   #6831
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police love to ruin lives cause they are morons.

Man Claims He Was Robbed Of Car Keys At A Gas Station, Only To Be Accused Of Robbery And Jailed | Houston Press

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On May 25, Gatney Yaw pulled over at a gas station in southwest Houston to make the most expensive phone call of his life—one that would ultimately cost him a job and a car and lead to six days in jail.

He didn't want to talk and drive, he said, but just as he was about to finish the call, someone came over to his window and started asking him about money, as KTRK first reported this week. He tried to shoo the person away—but before the woman would leave, another woman came around to his passenger window and sneakily grabbed Yaw's keys out of the ignition while he wasn't looking, he said. Yaw got out of the car, chasing the woman, who started essentially playing monkey-in-the-middle with Yaw's keys with two other people. One of them put the keys in her purse, and Yaw grabbed her, trying to pull her purse away.

And then the police showed up—somebody had called.

Yaw says they questioned both the women and him separately, and he tried to explain to them what was going on. Whatever the women must have said, though, Yaw ended up in handcuffs, accused of trying to steal the woman's purse and scratching her along the way. They put him in the back of the cop car and took everything out of his pockets while the women watched.

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Yaw's attorney, Murray Newman, says that this was all just a case of shoddy police work, and that the second he looked at Yaw's case, “I knew it was a load of ****.” During Yaw's first court appearance, Newman simply asked Judge Katherine Cabaniss to revisit whether there was any probable cause to arrest Yaw at all, and she agreed that there wasn't. The case was dismissed, and Yaw was released.

“The police just assumed he was in the wrong,” Newman said. “He seemed much more mad at HPD than at the girl. I think they just really hurt his feelings.” (Asked whether police actually even checked to see if the women had Yaw's keys, a spokesperson for the Houston Police Department would not comment on “specifics of an investigation.” He said if Yaw feels he was “treated unfairly,” he can file a complaint with the Internal Affairs Division.)

Once released, Yaw got a call from the pharmaceutical company where he worked placing orders for hospitals and clinics: He was fired. He was dropped off at the gas station where he left his car—only to find that he lost that too.

He reported his car stolen, and sure enough, police called him yesterday evening with pointless news: They had found the car in a tow yard. They gave him the phone number—but Yaw says they should be the one paying for it, to make up for taking a thief's word at a gas station.

“If [the tow yard] gives me the car back, how am I going to drive it home?” he said.

He doesn't have a spare key.
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Old 06-15-2016, 01:57 PM   #6832
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what's a curb stomping between friends?

New Video Appears To Show Chicago Cop Stomping Man?s Head CBS Chicago

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A Chicago police officer has been stripped of his police powers and placed on desk duty, pending an investigation into avideo showing him apparently stomping a man’s head while a second officer was trying to restrain the man.

The Independent Police Review Authority has launched an investigation into the video, which was recorded while a plainclothes officer was struggling with a man on the ground while trying to arrest him in the North Lawndale neighborhood.

The video, posted on Facebook on Monday, shows a plainclothes officer trying to arrest a man in the 3900 block of West Grenshaw Street. A second officer tells bystanders to move back, and then apparently stomps the man in the head.

Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi confirmed the officer seen apparently stomping the man has been relieved of his police powers, after Supt. Eddie Johnson reviewed the video.

“After careful consideration and reviewing the video footage, Superintendent Johnson has decided to relieve one of the officers involved in the incident that occurred on the 3900 block of West Greenshaw of his police powers while IPRA investigates the case. Since his appointment, the Superintendent has stated that accountability begins with him down to the last police officer and that he will tirelessly work to rebuild public trust in the Chicago Police Department,” Guglielmi said in an email.

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cops are so nice.

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Old 06-19-2016, 10:29 AM   #6835
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Murdering the hostages running away and lying on the report earns you medals.


In May, the Neenah Police Department honored members of the hasty team who responded to a December hostage situation at Eagle Nation Cycles.
Five officers were given medals of valor, including the men who fired shots that killed hostage Michael L. Funk.
What do you think of the decision to honor the officers in this way? Tell us and we'll publish your thoughts on Sunday.
Post a comment on our Facebook page at 8 p.m. Monday. Email us a traditional letter to the editor to pcletters@postcrescent.com, and be sure to include your full name, hometown and phone number. Or drop your letter off at our office, 306 W. Washington St. in Appleton.
Just get it to us before 10 a.m. Friday to be considered.

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So why were 17 vehicles impounded?
Democrats don't believe in the 6th amendment and police love collecting $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ for them.
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Democrats don't believe in the 6th amendment and police love collecting $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ for them.
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elections have consequences.


These guys got their cars stolen because they willingly handed over evidence of their felonies to police, who then started a fishing expedition based on it.
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