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Old 09-27-2016, 11:16 PM   #7081
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Because turning off the engine is not a possibility i guess eh? I wouldnt be surprised if they were covering the dash cams.
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Old 09-28-2016, 08:18 AM   #7082
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of course they were covering the cameras.


"Officer Smitty, your bodycam footage is completely dark"
"Yeah, I keep my shirt pulled up over it."
"What? Why?"
"My tummy gets hot."
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This summer got into the mid 90s at most here in VA. Riddle me this: Do TX cops do this?
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Old 09-28-2016, 08:24 AM   #7084
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cops hate dogs.

Deputy suspended after K9 officer dies in hot car | THV11.com

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The handler of a Madison County K9 officer is facing disciplinary action after the K9 died from being left in a hot car.

K9 Officer Lina died September 9 after her handler, Deputy Jonathan Cornelison left her in a patrol car from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m.

Cornelison is suspended for 60 days without pay and removed from the K9 program.

The 5-year-old dog has been with the sheriff's office for three years and used mainly for drug investigations.

Cornelison will not face any criminal charges.
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of course they were covering the cameras.


"Officer Smitty, your bodycam footage is completely dark"
"Yeah, I keep my shirt pulled up over it."
"What? Why?"
"My tummy gets hot."
"..."


This summer got into the mid 90s at most here in VA. Riddle me this: Do TX cops do this?
That was exactly the point I was going to make. VA summers are a ******* joke compared to TX and where I live. **** these corrupt ********.
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Old 09-28-2016, 11:17 AM   #7086
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This summer got into the mid 90s at most here in VA. Riddle me this: Do TX cops do this?
Nope, they sweat like men in black & blue tucked in uniforms. Shorts in summer and pants during winter. Unless you're higher rank in which you wear pants always.

Having lived in both VA (Roanoke) and TX (South). An 85F temp mid day in VA were making my friends at the time sweat bullets where.... I thought there was a nice breeze
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Old 09-28-2016, 11:36 AM   #7087
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Cops love gas.

Miami-Dade Cop On Trial For Allegedly Stealing Gas Found Guilty CBS Miami

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A Miami-Dade police sergeant on trial for allegedly stealing gasoline has been found guilty on all six counts.

A Miami-Dade criminal court jury began hearing the fraud case against Emil Van Lugo last week.

Lugo is accused of organized fraud for allegedly repeatedly stealing gasoline from a county-owned pump and using it to gas up his wife’s BMW from January through March of last year.

Assistant State Attorney Trent Reichling told jurors that police received a tip in January 2015, that the 16-year veteran was filling gas cans with fuel at a county station miles from his home and far from the Hammocks district station where he gassed up his patrol car during the week.

Reichling said detectives videotaped the sergeant on five occasions, filling gas cans at the county station normally used to gas up waste management vehicles. They then watched him drive home, take the cans out of his car, place them in his garage and later emerge and fill up his wife’s BMW.

After a week-long trial, a prosecutor told jurors the videos don’t lie.

“He’s on video on all those days at that fuel site to steal,” said Assistant State Attorney Terry Livanos.

The state says records show Lugo got gas at the remote station on 50 consecutive weekends, while fueling up his cruiser during the week at the county location.

“This was planned. This was well thought out. This was a police officer methodically covering his tracks,” Livanos said. “He’s out there (at the county fuel site) like clockwork, weekend after weekend after weekend.”

Defense argued that the sergeant always first put the gas cans in his garage, and the state didn’t prove the fuel he later put in his wife’s BMW came from the county pump, that they could have been different gas cans.

Defense attorney David Edelstein argued the gas from the county pump was for the officer’s squad car.

“If he put the gas into the police car, that is not a crime what he did,” Edelstein told jurors.

The state said there is additional, damning circumstantial evidence: neither Lugo nor his wife used their credit cards to purchase gasoline until after he was arrested and suspended last year.

Lugo faces up to five years in prison and the loss of his law enforcement certificate for the organized fraud conviction. The other five counts are misdemeanor theft charges.

Lugo’s wife, Irene Gomez-Lugo, is a long-time Miami-Dade Schools employee, currently an assistant principal, on maternity leave with their newborn child. Both mother and baby have been in the courtroom.
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Old 09-28-2016, 11:43 AM   #7088
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Donna, TX - A school district security officer was arrested Tuesday in connection with a video of a fight in Donna High School that showed him slamming a 16-year-old female student against the ground several weeks ago, according to officials.

Michael Soto, 33, was booked into the Hidalgo County jail on official oppression and false report charges after Donna ISD police conducted an investigation and found evidence that the officer lied about what happened during the Sept. 16 fight.

Read more at LiveLeak.com - Security Officer Arrested After Slamming 16 Yr Old Student
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Old 09-29-2016, 08:16 AM   #7089
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Cops get violent when 6yo children decline their sexual advances:

Cop Charged With Murdering 6 Year Old Child Claims It Was in Self Defense
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Graphic video released in fatal Marksville officer-involved shooting of 6-year-old | KLFY

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A judge has released body camera footage from the officer-involved shooting that left a 6-year-old boy dead and his father critically injured last year in Marksville.

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Parnell is seen in the video raising his weapon towards the SUV that 6-year-old Jeremy Mardis and his father Christopher Few are in but did not fire his weapon.

At today’s hearing, Parnell told the court he did not discharge his gun because he did not fear for his life.

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Avoyelles Parish investigators initially said marshals were chasing Christopher Few because he was wanted on an outstanding warrant.

WAFB reports the Clerk of Court, the District Attorney’s Office, Marksville Police Department and City Court said Few did not find any outstanding warrants. Col. Mike Edmonson, the head of the Louisiana State Police said so far, their investigation shows the same.

Defense attorneys for Stafford and Greenhouse Jr. argue the deputies acted in self-defense and claim Christopher Few used his car as a “deadly weapon” at the time of the shooting.

Judge William Bennett also ruled the two deputies will have separate trials.
the video is pretty disturbing -- just gets out of the car blazing, you can see the driver's arms are raised.




at 2:48 you can here him whisper "there's a kid" after he looks into the window at his great police work.
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Old 09-29-2016, 09:09 AM   #7090
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this article tells us two things:

1. police are under-trained
2. licensing is a scam designed to generate revenue for the state, not to protect consumers.

States require more training time to become a barber than a police officer - CNN.com

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Turns out, Jacobs' claim is right. And it's not just in North Carolina. In California, New Mexico and New York, you can get a badge hundreds of hours sooner than you can use a pair of barber shears.

And it's not just barbering, either. Many trade jobs require more hours of training time to get a license than it takes to get a police badge. (Important caveat, though: Police departments can choose to go beyond their state's minimum training requirements -- and many do.)

In North Carolina, It takes 1,528 hours to become a licensed barber. The state's minimum police training requirement is 620 hours. (Charlotte-Mecklenburg police require another 278 hours of training.)
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^It's almost the exact same hour requirements for those two jobs in OK as well.

My brother is a state Narco cop and my ex-wife was a hairstylist, I used to always bust his ***** about the training.
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Old 10-04-2016, 09:19 AM   #7092
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you know, you first have to be trespassed to be arrested for trespassing...

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cops love ---- sex

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Modern policing: If you shoot yourself, blame the black man

Georgia cop arrested after claiming black man shot her | WTSP.com

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A Georgia police officer who allegedly made up a story about being shot by a suspect while on-duty has been arrested.

Jackson Police Officer Sherry Hall is facing multiple charges related to an incident on September 13. Hall originally claimed that she had been shot by a black male in Jackson, Ga.

However, after the Georgia Bureau of Investigation was asked to look into the incident, authorities said that they believed Hall made up the story.

The alleged incident happened in the early morning hours of September 13. Hall said on the radio call that she had been shot in the abdomen, and described a black male subject who was positioned near the wood line near a cul-de-sac on Camelia Court in Jackson. Hall indicated that she did not use her car's video and audio recording equipment.

As part of their investigation, the GBI looked at evidence from the hard drive of the in-car camera system, as well as engaging the assistance of a GBI Digital Forensic Investigator in an effort to recover additional evidence. Inconsistencies were uncovered in relation to Hall's story, which led to the conclusion that she was, in fact, not the victim of a shooting.

In an effort to reconcile the in consistencies, the GBI conducted a subsequent interview of Hall, and during that interview she stopped cooperating with the investigation.

Further investigation determined that Hall failed to reveal to the GBI that she was in possession of an additional department handgun issued to her on July 1, 2016. After a search warrant was issued for her Butts County residence, the weapon was seized.

Hall had been located at a private facility, and upon her release on Monday, she surrendered of her own volition for arrest, processing and booking at the Butts County Detention Facility. She has been charged with False Statements, Tampering with Evidence, Interference with Government Property and Violation of Oath of Office.
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Blue Code.

Officer who violated 'use of force' policy won't be charged

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A North Carolina prosecutor said Monday that criminal charges will not be filed against a white police officer whose own department said he violated its "use of force" policy when he arrested and punched a black man sitting on the front porch of his mother's home.
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want a shotgun butt to the face? interact with police.

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it's gotta be fun being a cop in SA

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cop admits to turning off camera before starting his roid rage.

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dont be late for school, or feel the wrath of Modern Policing.

Cop Handcuffs then Tasers Mentally Disabled High School Student for Being Tardy

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Police violence against young black men is not confined to the streets, a high school student says in a lawsuit claiming a school police officer Tasered him twice for being late to class after having an anxiety attack.

Tyson Reed and his mother, Linda Reed, sued Kern High School District, KHSD Officer Luis Pena, and teacher Brett Bonetti on Sept. 22 in Kern County Superior Court, alleging disability discrimination and civil rights violations.

“Schools are supposed to be safe places for kids,” the Reeds’ Los Angeles-based attorney Shawna Parks told Courthouse News. “This case demonstrates how quickly it can go horribly wrong when schools don’t follow proper protocol” for students with disabilities.

Parks said Reed was attacked primarily because of his disability, but his race was likely a “determining factor” as well.

“Talk about the quickest way to shut down a kid’s interest in learning,” she said. “It’s not the kind of atmosphere you want in a school.”

Kern High School District spokeswoman Lisa Krch said in an email that the school disputes Reed’s version of events.

“The district will steadfastly defend itself in this litigation and awaits the opportunity to provide accurate information and factual context to this incident and about the conduct of the parties involved,” Krch wrote.

Reed, now 18, played varsity football at Bakersfield High School, from which he graduated in June. He was diagnosed with an anxiety disorder during his junior year

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Things came to a head in early March 2015, when Reed was called to the dean’s office about an incident in an earlier class. The dean soon realized Reed was not involved and gave him a pass to his seventh period class, which already had started.

Reed says the conversation left him anxious, so he drank some water, walked to the bleachers and listened to music to calm down. After his anxiety subsided he went to class, handed Bonetti the pass from the dean, and sat down at his desk.

Despite knowing of Reed’s disability, Bonetti ordered him to collect his things and go to the front office for being tardy. Reed “calmly” asked Bonetti to mark him present, which Bonetti refused to do, according to the complaint.

Instead, Bonetti called campus security. Reed says he was still sitting at his desk after the bell rang to end class, explaining the situation to the security guard, when defendant Pena arrived.

“When Officer Pena arrived, he walked in, pushed Tyson’s desk away and yelled at Tyson. He then grabbed Tyson by the arm and Tased him. At some point, the security guard grabbed Tyson’s other arm. Tyson fell and/or was thrown to the ground, cutting his lip on his braces. Officer Pena then began to handcuff Tyson. However, he Tased Tyson again after putting handcuffs on him while Tyson was down on the ground. During this time Tyson was screaming in pain, yelling ‘I don’t deserve this!’ or words to that effect,” the complaint states.

Pena then “marched” Reed through the hallways in front of other students to his patrol car. After taking Reed to the hospital, Pena booked him into juvenile hall, where he was later released to his mom, according to the complaint.

The school suspended Reed, but ultimately rescinded the suspension and wiped it from his record. It held a meeting to discuss accommodations for Reed the Monday after the incident, which was too little, too late, the Reeds say.

Pena made matters worse by filing false delinquency reports against Reed, who spent 10 months in court before the delinquency judge dismissed the allegations against him, according to the complaint.

Though he was ultimately vindicated, Reed says, the events left him and his mother “irrevocably scarred.” He felt so humiliated that he went on independent study for the last semester of his senior year because seeing the people who were involved and the students who witnessed his arrest was too much for him to handle.

The Reeds seek an order finding that the defendants broke the law, and punitive damages against Bonetti and Pena.
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Police called in over an apparently mentally ill homeless man who allegedly wielded a knife in front of spooked resident tried to run the man over with their vehicle before fatally shooting him. Police released video from three dash cams as well as 911 recordings related to the July incident late last month within an hour of the Sacramento Bee releasing footage taken by a witness of the shooting itself.

In one of the recordings, one of the officers is heard saying "**** this guy" and suggesting he would try to run the man over. The second cop agrees. A little over thirty seconds later, the cops fire at the man 14 times, killing him. Police were originally called because the man, Joseph Mann, was allegedly staring at residents who were having coffee outside in a way that made them uncomfortable, as the Sacramento Beereports. Residents say Mann then began to pretend he was typing on an imaginary keyboard and urinated his pants. Residents say they told him he had to leave. Mann responded by pulling out a knife described as a steak knife, and then residents called police. The resident who called told police Mann had a knife and also suggested he may have had a gun, saying he had seen Mann reach for something in his waistband he said "looked like a gun." Dispatchers told police Mann was armed with a knife and a gun, but a gun does not appear on the footage nor did police find one after canvassing the area.

The incident, which happened days after high profile police shootings in Baton Rouge and Minnesota and the ambush on police officers in Dallas, led members of the Sacramento city council to demand to see the footage, but the city attorney advised them to wait until the investigation was over. Police released the footage only after the Sacramento Bee released footage taken by a witness. The two cops were placed on "modified duty" after the incident.
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