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Old 10-05-2016, 09:07 AM   #7101
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cops love children.

Long Beach officers together when baby died are identified as investigation continues | SunHerald

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Hancock County investigators on Monday identified the two police officers on leave pending the outcome of an investigation into the death of a 3-year-old daughter of one of the officers.

Long Beach police officer Cassie Barker has been identified as the mother of Cheyenn Hyer, who died Friday after she was left unattended in a patrol car on Standard-Dedeaux Road in Kiln. Sheriff Ricky Adam said the car was running and the air conditioning was on when sheriff’s investigators got to the scene between noon and 1 p.m. Friday.

However, Adam said, the case remains under investigation and an arrest could follow once investigators receive additional information requested from other officials.

Hancock County Chief Deputy Don Bass said that Cheyenn was left in the patrol car for four hours while Barker “was visiting” with Long Beach patrolman Clark Ladner.

Bass said Ladner did not know Cheyenn was in the car while Ladner and Barker were inside.

Chief Investigator Glen Grannan said Monday deputies have learned Barker was involved in an unrelated incident which resulted in her having to go through the state Department of Human Services “so she could have her child back.” The incident involved the same child.

Grannan said investigators are “going through the proper legal protocols to get all the information I need.”

Long Beach Police Chief Wayne McDowell said Barker and Ladner are on administrative leave with pay pending the outcome of an independent investigation into the incident. Barker and Ladner were together, but off duty at the time the child was found. They were not in Long Beach.

Hancock County Coroner Jim Faulk said the preliminary results of the child’s autopsy at the Mississippi Forensic Laboratory in Pearl should be available early this week.

McDowell described the incident as “sad.”

“I’ve spoken with the male officer involved, but I’ve not spoken with the female officer, not as far as the official internal investigation, because of medical reasons,” McDowell said. “The mother is in shock. I will talk to her soon.”

The child was pronounced dead at Hancock Medical Center.

Temperatures Friday were in the high 80s to low 90s, with the heat index reaching above 100 degrees.
If I murdered babies, I'd be arrested, not simply suspended from my job. Not sure why my job has anything to do with being able to skirt laws...
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This is the initial Press Release before cell phone evidence:






AFTER cell phone evidence is discovered:


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pepper spraying restrained women in a rape chair.

LiveLeak.com - Police Accused Of Cover-Up In Use Of Force Incident

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Dayton, OH - Amber Swink’s attorney has released footage showing Captain Judith Sealey pepper spraying Swink while she was in custody ..... and restrained.
Read more at LiveLeak.com - Police Accused Of Cover-Up In Use Of Force Incident
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this lawyer should have been smarter than to talk to police:




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cops hate video.

Dashcam audio captures two California cops discussing how to kill fleeing black suspect | The Japan Times

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The dashcam audio-video tape surfaced around the time of two other fatal police shootings of black men in California — one in the San Diego suburb of El Cajon last Tuesday and one in Los Angeles on Saturday — that triggered a weekend of protests in both communities.

Burris, who has already filed a civil rights lawsuit over the Mann shooting, said he also sent a letter to U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch calling for a federal probe of the case.

In the dashcam video obtained by the Sacramento Bee newspaper, which enhanced the audio, the patrol car can be seen driving toward Mann as he fled on foot. One officer is heard saying, “I’m going to hit him,” and the partner responds, “Go for it.”

The video twice shows the patrol car veering toward Mann, who appears to run to dodge the vehicle.

Out of full view of the camera, the two policemen, John Tennis and Randy Lazoya, exit the vehicle before fatally shooting Mann, Sacramento City Attorney Jim Sanchez said in a phone interview.

Burris said the two officers are white, but Sanchez declined to give their race.

The Sacramento County district attorney is conducting a criminal review of the shooting.
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Old 10-05-2016, 09:27 AM   #7106
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WE ARE WINNING THE WAR ON DRUGS!!!!!!!!!!!

Cops killed and hospitalized more people than deaths by overdoses of methamphetamine, heroin, and cocaine


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A whopping 54,500 people were killed or hospitalized by cops in a single year compared to approximately 14,000 deaths caused by overdosing on heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine combined. Judging from this astounding comparison one can determine it is much safer to snort coke, inject smack, and smoke crystal than it is to be searched or arrested by an American cop.

A new study published in a British Medical Journal specified, in 2012, U.S. police killed or seriously injured 54,500 people during arrest or search situations. The international peer-reviewed journal for health professionals cites,

“On average, an estimated 1 in 291 stops/arrests resulted in hospital-treated injury or death of a suspect or bystander.”
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I got to have my own fun experience this weekend.

Going to speak with the police chief this week and decide if I will file a lawsuit.
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Old 10-10-2016, 11:53 AM   #7109
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I didnt know you were black!
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lol. I'm not.
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Old 10-10-2016, 12:18 PM   #7111
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lol. I'm not.
You sure? When I do a reverse trace on your IP to find your address, then cross reference it with my NSA/Google maps I get that you look like this.....



And I could totally see how the cops would be worried about their safety with you walking around with those guns.
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Old 10-11-2016, 09:14 AM   #7112
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It pays to have endless power.

Saginaw County Sheriff Denies Driving Seized Muscle Car, Won't Explain 56k New Miles

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The Saginaw County Sheriff’s Department has yet to explain how 56,000 miles were added to the odometer of a classic muscle car that it seized and held for over a year before selling it. The county also denied a Freedom of Information Act request for more documents regarding the vehicle following a previous article detailing the civil asset forfeiture case.

On Sept. 13, it was reported that 56,000 miles had been added to a 1965 Chevy Nova SS, which was owned by Shiawassee County couple Gerald and Royetta Ostipow, while it was in the possession of the department. Information in the report came from a seizure-related form from the department as well as a title transfer document.

A day later, Saginaw County Sheriff William Federspiel went on theFrank Beckmann Show and said allegations were not fact-based, citing the same title documents.

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cops hate cameras.

DC woman's charges dropped after body cam video released | WUSA9.com

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She was arrested and charged with a crime she didn't commit. The case was headed to trial, until her attorney got ahold of the body camera footage.

The woman, who did not want to be identified, was arrested by DC Police for having an open container of alcohol. She says, she was wrongfully arrested. But when it's a classic case of he said, she said, how do you prove it? Her attorney had an idea.

We've seen the importance of body camera footage, it's usually a life-and-death situation, such as a police-involved shooting. But what about an open container arrest? "An average run of the mill case," said George Lyon, the attorney.

Lyon said his client was arrested in the Trinidad neighborhood in NE DC in August. Police said the can of beer and a bottle of tequila they found on the sidewalk belonged to Lyon's client.

"My client said she was not guilty," says Lyon.

Not only that: She said she was arrested for doing something that wasn't illegal at all; getting an attitude with the officer.

"So I asked her, were the officers wearing body cameras? She said yes," says Lyon.

Lyon requested the video from her arrest, and the evidence was there. On the tape, you can hear the officer saying, "You got an attitude? OK, you can come with us, too."

"People have the right to have an attitude and not get arrested," said Lyon.

The video further proved her innocence, when it was clear the alcohol in question was nowhere near his client.

"She couldn't even get to it," said Lyon. "It wasn't within her car."

Which means, she should never have been arrested in the first place. In the end, the prosecution dropped the charges.

Lyon said more and more attorneys are requesting body camera footage for their clients. Lyon also said as more officers wear body cameras, the number of complaints against police officers has gone down, effectively keeping everyone involved honest.

We reached out to DC Police for a comment on this story and have not heard back. DC Police are now required to confirm with dispatchers that their body cameras are on. More than 1,000 DC Officers wear body cameras now.
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cops love grand juries!

He was charged with battery and lying on a police report. A jury deliberated for 90 minutes and found him not guilty

Fort Lauderdale cop who slapped homeless man found not guilty of battery - Sun Sentinel
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cops love teen sex slave wives.

Police Officer Pleads Guilty to Enslaving Teen Wife As Prostitute - Counter Current News

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A former Baltimore Police officer just pleaded guilty to prostituting his 19-year-old wife as well as another teenager who was living with them.

Lamin Manneh, 32, of Baltimore forced the two teens into prostitution, according to prosecutors. The sex-slavery occurred between February 2013 and May 2013, and garnered more than 300 customers.

Manneh admitted to traveling across state lines in his plea, as well as using a telephone and Internet in the operation of a prostitution business.

He now faces up to five years in prison.
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never heard this story before:


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Old 10-13-2016, 09:40 AM   #7118
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not surprised: grand jury condones murder when shooter wears a badge.


No Justice -- Cops Walk Free in Mistrial After Murdering Man on Video for Illegally Camping

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Two Albuquerque cops charged with the second-degree murder of a homeless man suffering schizophrenia — whose only crime had been illegally camping — have now been let off the hook for the killing after a hung jury left a judge no choice but to declare a mistrial.

Retired Officer Keith Sandy and Officer Dominique Perez had been charged for the murder of 38-year-old James Boyd in August last year — after Albuquerque police cleared them of wrongdoing — in a rare case where cops were forced to face legal responsibility for a highly questionable and brutal killing.

A mistrial was declared by Judge Alisa Hadfield on Tuesday when only three of twelve jurors voted to convict the two officers — which, though deplorably typical, seems inexplicable given officer helmet-camera footage and several nasty details in the case.
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cops are horribly bad people.

Woman claims police wrongly arrested, searched her after she called 911 | KUTV

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On July 25, 2016 Amanda Houghton called police for help after she was rear-ended at a stoplight. She expected Layton City officers would help her, but instead she was arrested for DUI and subjected to a body search that left her feeling violated. The arrest was recorded by a police camera.

“I was shocked. Who arrests a sober person for DUI?” she said.

She failed a field sobriety test but says it was because she was shaken after being hit at about 30 miles per hour. Her car was totaled after the crash.

Houghton is also upset that after she was put in handcuffs, the officer searched around her breasts to check for drugs or weapons.

She is now pursuing legal action against the city of Layton. At the same time, has to worry about the DUI and resisting arrest charges that have not been dropped, despite the fact that blood tests -- one done by police, the other by the hospital -- showed she had no drugs or alcohol in her system.

Her criminal defense attorney, Jonathan Nish, said he filed a request for the court to throw out the DUI charge.

“I don’t’ believe they should have administered the field sobriety tests at all in this case,” he said.

Houghton has also hired attorney Robert Sykes who has put the City of Layton on notice that they are seeking legal action.

Sykes said the officer had no basis for suspecting she was under the influence and the search of her person was unconstitutional.

“I think this amounted to an unconstitutional search of a woman without a necessity to do so,” he said.

Layton police disagree.

A police report by officer G Schatzman indicates Amanda exhibited odd behavior and gave “short quick answers to questions and she was speaking rapidly. Amanda was unable to stand still and seemed to be making jerky movements,” when he came into contact with her.

During the field sobriety test, she didn’t pass and showed physical clues that she was under the influence.

Lt. Travis Lyman said his officer did the arrest by the book and had reasonable suspicion that Amanda was DUI.

He said the search around her breasts is taught in the police academy. Male officers do it when a female officer is not around.

“That’s standard practice. Anytime someone gets arrested they are going to be searched,” he said.

Lyman confirmed the blood tests showed Amanda had no drugs or alcohol in her system but said it’s up to prosecutors and the judge to determine if the charges will be dropped.
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war on drugs is working...
























... to keep cops away from handling real crimes.

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/10/13/us...ests.html?_r=1

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Arrests for possessing small amounts of marijuana exceeded those for all violent crimes last year, a new study has found, even as social attitudes toward the drug have changed and a number of cities and states have legalized its use or decriminalized small quantities.

And a disproportionate number of those arrested are African-Americans, who smoke marijuana at rates similar to whites but are arrested and prosecuted far more often for having small amounts for personal use, according to the study. The arrests can overwhelm court systems.

Dianne Jones, 45, who was arrested in New Orleans in 2014 on charges of having a small bag of marijuana, spent 10 days in jail because she could not put up a $2,500 bond. She was able to get enough money together only after her daughter sold the family’s television set at a pawnshop for $200.


Later, when Ms. Jones, who is African-American, was unable to pay court-ordered fees and fines, a judge issued a warrant for her arrest.

With marijuana use on the rise, law enforcement agencies made 574,641 arrests last year for small quantities of the drug intended for personal use, according to the report, which was released Wednesday by the American Civil Liberties Union and Human Rights Watch. The marijuana arrests were about 13.6 percent more than the 505,681 arrests made for all violent crimes, including murder, rape and serious assaults.

The report comes in the wake of the fatal police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott last month in Charlotte, N.C. Mr. Scott, 43, had attracted police attention in part because, the police said, he was smoking marijuana.

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