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Old 10-13-2016, 11:19 AM   #7121
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cops are horrible people who hate laws.

Subway employee feels vindicated after analysis finds no drugs in officer's drink | KSL.com

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Tanis Ukena rarely left his Layton neighborhood or even his home for about two months.

"It's scary to go out in public when you're receiving death threats and stuff online," he told reporters Tuesday.

Ukena, 18, quickly became a target of scathing ridicule on social media from people across the nation when Layton police arrested him in August, accusing him of lacing an officer's drink with THC.

On Tuesday, Layton police said Ukena will not be charged after test results came back negative for illegal substances.

Police initially claimed a surveillance video from the Subway where Ukena worked showed the incident unfold Aug. 8 when the officer used the drive-thru at the restaurant, 1142 E. state Route 193. The officer became seriously ill after consuming part of a drink and eating some of a sandwich.

Ukena said he and his co-workers, knowing none of them would poison a police officer, cooperated with law enforcement as they examined the restaurant "for an hour or two." He said he was stunned when police arrested him and booked him into jail.
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Old 10-13-2016, 11:22 AM   #7122
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cops love to lie on police reports, shoot people in the back, destroy lives simply because they can

Man Cleared of Attempted Murder After Leaked Dashcam Shows Cop Shoot HIM in the Back, TWICE


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In May 2015, officer Daniel Aguirre was given a Combat Cross Medal after he said in a police report that he successfully fended off a struggle in which he and his partner were in danger. However, someone on the inside leaked Dashcam footage showing Aquirre shooting a man in the back as he lay prostrate on his hands and knees. Still, Birmingham police charged their victim, Aubrey Williams, with attempted murder.

But, last week, after spending more than a year in jail for a crime he never committed, the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office finally showed a semblance of logic and dropped the charges against Williams.

“After an extensive review of all the evidence in this case, the state is unable to meet the burden of proof beyond a reasonable doubt,” according to the press release issued by the Jefferson County District Attorney’s office late Friday.

“This man stayed in jail for more than a year and a half on some trumped up charges by these Birmingham police officers,” Anthony said. “Not all police officers are bad, but when they make a mistake they should own up to it,” he said, according to AL.com.

According to the entirely fabricated police report, Aguirre began to struggle with a man named Aubrey Williams who pulled a gun and pointed it at his partner officer Richard Haluska. When he ordered the man to drop his gun, the suspect then pointed his gun at Aguirre. Aguirre fired and struck the suspect.

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Williams wasn’t pointing the gun at anyone, and the department had to have known this, but they gave Aguirre the award anyway.

The dashcam was leaked to AL.com from a confidential source inside the department. After it had been posted on their website, the department had no choice but to issue a statement saying they are taking back the award.

“In regards to the officer involved shooting that took place on April 24, 2014, the award is rescinded until further review by the Awards Committee,” said Officer Lt. Sean Edwards at 10:57 p.m. last November.

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Old 10-13-2016, 11:23 AM   #7123
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look at that ***** fat cop shoot, he's scared of his own bullets.


someone needs to grab that ***** by the *****.
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Old 10-13-2016, 11:36 AM   #7124
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I've decided I'm not going to mess with it. Even though I was illegally arrested then released before they booked me, I know nothing will happen so I don't see the point of continuing to stir their ire with me.

Thankfully the Sgt wasn't a moron (like his 2 officers) and when he showed up told them to release because where I live cops aren't allowed to arrest you for a misdeanor they didn't physically see you commit. Aside from the fact that I didn't commit it.

But being dragged out of your house, not allowed to put shoes on, then watch them go inside and look around while you're in the back of the car cuffed, was more than disconcerting to say the least.
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Old 10-13-2016, 12:05 PM   #7125
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you sure you dont want a nice little 10-20K settlement?
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In the poor little suburb of Tulsa I live in, it would likely be a 50% coupon to the local grease pit.
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Old 10-13-2016, 08:35 PM   #7127
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In the poor little suburb of Tulsa I live in, it would likely be a 50% coupon to the local grease pit.
I'm sure them settling is worth far more to them than facing the embarrassment that actually going public with everything would bring. The DA would jump on a chance to bury this forever because it doesn't really make the officers look all that good at their jobs and all.
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Old 10-14-2016, 10:05 AM   #7128
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I'm sure them settling is worth far more to them than facing the embarrassment that actually going public with everything would bring. The DA would jump on a chance to bury this forever because it doesn't really make the officers look all that good at their jobs and all.
Possible.

I got some more information from my roommate last night (he works off hours so I don't see him much) that makes them look even worse.

I have family in the Federal DAs office in this county and other family that are LEOs in other parts of the state. It may warrant further discussion.
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Old 10-14-2016, 01:35 PM   #7129
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I pulled a car over last night for texting and driving. When I went to talk to the driver, I found a young black male, who was looking at me like he was absolutely terrified with his hands up.

He said, "What do you want me to do officer?" His voice was quivering. He was genuinely scared.

I just looked at him for a moment, because what I was seeing made me sad. I said, "I just don't want you to get hurt."

In which he replied, with his voice still shaking, "Do you want me to get out of the car."

I said, "No, I don't want you to text and drive. I don't want you to get in a wreck. I want your mom to always have her baby boy. I want you to grow up and be somebody. I don't even want to write you a ticket. Just please pay attention, and put the phone down. I just don't want you to get hurt."

I truly don't even care who's fault it is that young man was so scared to have a police officer at his window. Blame the media, blame bad cops, blame protestors, or Colin Kaepernick if you want. It doesn't matter to me who's to blame. I just wish somebody would fix it.
Officer Tim McMillan
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Old 10-14-2016, 01:40 PM   #7130
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I'm truly interested how the police knew to come to where I live, when the license plate on my car isn't even registered to that address............
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Old 10-14-2016, 02:23 PM   #7131
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FOIA request.
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Even funnier, is they were looking for a black car at my address and started harassing my neighbors friend with a green car.

*why do these people have guns*
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Old 10-26-2016, 09:17 AM   #7133
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Bill Burr hates cops too.

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Old 10-26-2016, 09:28 AM   #7134
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calling the cops on cops:

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Cops hate following the speed limit.


**** book isnt working. heres thefull vid.

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Old 10-28-2016, 09:02 AM   #7136
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A state trooper car hit two parked cars and went through a telephone pole in Oroville, CA. Trooper gets knocked out. When he comes to, he sees cops all around him and runs.
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Old 10-28-2016, 09:06 AM   #7137
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cop vs cop. (if there wasn't a problem with police, then this should never happen)

Washington D.C. Cop Thrown to Ground and Punched in Face by Maryland Cops in Case of Mistaken Identity - PINAC News

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A Maryland cop searching for a shooting suspect described only as a “black man with a hoodie and jeans” ended up pouncing on a black man with a hoodie and jeans walking down the street, slamming him to the ground and handcuffing him while another officer punched him in the face.

Turns out, the man was an off-duty cop.

Now Washington D.C. police officer Robert Parker Jr., 28, is claiming racial profiling.

However, the Prince George’s County police officer who accosted him is also black, if that makes any difference. The officer who punched him is white.

Meanwhile, the actual shooting suspect, Nicco Rashaad Young, 20, is still at large.

The incident took place Tuesday in the parking lot of Iverson Mall in Temple Hills when the gunman shot another man several times in the stomach over an argument.

The gunman then took off running as the victim managed to survive.

Parker, wearing a jacket over his hoodie, had just dropped his car off at the repair shop and was walking down the street about three blocks away when the Prince George’s County cop pulled up alongside him.

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Parker, whose father spent 30 years as a Washington D.C. cop before retiring, has hired an attorney and plans to file a formal complaint.
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Sandusky Register: Bolton found guilty of excessive force

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In a local landmark case, a jury found embattled Vermilion police Officer Aaron Bolton guilty of misdemeanor assault.

The conviction stems from a problematic September 2015 arrest, when Bolton slammed a handcuffed man’s head against a police cruiser’s door.

Erie County Common Pleas Court Judge Tygh Tone scheduled a sentencing hearing for Dec. 12. Bolton faces up to six months behind bars and a maximum $1,000 fine.

Jurors, however, found Bolton not guilty of two other crimes: assault, a second-degree felony; and aggravated assault, a fourth-degree felony. The latter charge was added later on in this case.

Police body cam footage, recording the incident, showed Bolton manhandling the defenseless suspect. The surveillance footage, however, didn’t fully capture Bolton punching this person in question, likely resulting in “not guilty” verdicts.

Erie County prosecutor Kevin Baxter — who said this is the area’s first such excessive force case involving a sworn law enforcement official he can remember since taking office in 1989 — seemed happy with the outcome.

“I think it was appropriate,” Baxter said. “There is certainly room for some reasonable doubt as to whether or not the police officer was justified in using that kind of force.”

He continued: “But the assault was clear. What he did at the car door, which was caught more fully and completely by a body camera, there is no excuse for that. It was excessive and clearly unjustified.”

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Crime is excusable if you have family with needs:

Police chief who beat junkie wants no jail time to care for mom - NY Daily News

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Disgraced former Suffolk County Police Chief James Burke is begging a federal judge to sentence him to probation so he can care for his cancer-stricken mother.

Burke, 52, pleaded guilty last February to orchestrating a cover-up of the beatdown he gave a junkie, Christopher Loeb, who had broken into his car, stealing sex toys and other personal items in 2012.

A letter from Burke to Long Island Federal Judge Leonard Wexler is at the top of a list of 87 requests to the judge for mercy from the retired chief's family, friends, retired detectives from the NYPD and Suffolk police, and the father of Navy Seal and Medal of Honor awardee Michael Murphy.

Burke, never married and no children, had been the primary caretaker of his mother Frances, 75, who is suffering from Stage IV lung cancer. He faces up to 51 months in prison when he is sentenced next week, but is hoping the judge will give him time served — he's been held without bail for 11 months since his arrest.

"It would be unbearable for me to be in prison as her condition deteriorated and she passes from this earth," he wrote. "She does not deserve the consequences of dying while her oldest son, who has generally done good things most of his life, is in prison."
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Old 10-28-2016, 09:13 AM   #7140
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Cop knows this isnt his suspect but says: "We'll be back next week."
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