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Old 12-09-2013, 10:50 AM   #861
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Last words of Texas student Cameron Redus shot dead by college cop | Mail Online

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'Oh you're gonna shoot me?' The sarcastic last words of straight-A student shot dead by college cop after being stopped for speeding

• University student Cameron Redus, 23, was shot and killed by a campus police officer
• According to police, the officer tried to pull Redus over for driving erratically and speeding
• The two pulled into the parking lot of Redus' apartment block
• Minutes later, Redus was shot 'four to six times' by Carter
• Redus was a straight-A student set to graduate in May
• Alamo Heights police and Texas Rangers are investigating the shooting
• Carter is on administrative leave during the investigation

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A witness who lives in the Treehouse Apartments described hearing 'five or six' gunshots, but no verbal warnings.

'I didn't hear him say anything like, "Get down on your hands and knees," you know? I didn't hear him say anything. He just started shooting,' the man told KSAT.

'He emptied the gun on him,' he said. 'Boom, boom, boom.'


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Internal Affairs: Wannabe cop felt his life was threatened. Cigarette lighter,pop can,pen,keys,etc. were mistaken as a weapon. No charges will be filed at this time. Shooting justifiable. Suspension with pay. Our sincere condolences to the family.
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Old 12-09-2013, 10:54 AM   #862
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Lawsuit alleges illegal strip-search by HPD officers - WAFF-TV: News, Weather and Sports for Huntsville, AL

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A Madison County woman claims she was illegally strip-searched by Huntsville police officers.

Sampson claims officers used excessive force to strip-search her in open view of the public, among other things. The alleged incident happened July 24, 2013.

Sampson said she was driving on Woodson Road near Holmes Street when an officer pulled her over for not using her turn signal.

She said two more officers showed up and began questioning the passenger in her car. In the suit, Sampson claims she asked the officers if she could use her cell phone to record the questioning, but the officers said no. Her attorney, Martin Weinberg, said that the officers violated her First Amendment freedom.

Sampson claims the officers made her get out of the car and put her hands on the hood of the car, which was extremely hot.

That's when she said a female officer exposed her back side to the other officers and to the public. Sampson also claims the officer rubbed her entire body, including her breasts and genital area.

In the lawsuit, she also describes the officers doing an extensive search of her car. Sampson claims they ripped and damaged the interior.

Weinberg said the officers had no probable cause for the strip search, or the vehicle search. The lawsuit also claims Sampson was falsely arrested and held without cause.
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Old 12-09-2013, 11:00 AM   #863
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Bumbling cop gets tasered, shoots disturbed man: lawsuit | New York Post

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Cops fired 10 bullets at an emotionally disturbed man because a confused officer screamed out he was being stabbed — when he’d accidentally been Tasered by a colleague, an explosive new lawsuit charges.

Police are claiming the officers who responded to Mohamed Bah’s Harlem apartment in 2012 opened fire — fatally hitting him with eight bullets — because he was lunging at them with a knife.

When they entered the dimly lit apartment, cops tried to subdue the African immigrant with Tasers and guns firing rubber pellets.

Officer Joseph McCormack fired his stun gun, striking Officer Edwin Mateo “from behind,’’ according to Bah family lawyer Randolph M. McLaughlin, of the law firm Newman Ferrara.
Mateo, who’d recently returned from a National Guard tour in Afghanistan, yelled, “He’s stabbing me. Shoot him,’’ according to the $70 million lawsuit, which is being filed Monday in Manhattan federal court.

The lawsuit also claims the 28-year-old Guinean was still alive, although barely, after being shot – but then was callously “dragged” by authorities through the building’s hallways, leaving a trial of “smeared” blood.

“First they shoot the man and treat him like a criminal – and then they drag him down the hallway like an animal,” said McLaughlin.

“Perhaps he’d still be alive if they just picked him up.

“This kind of behavior shocks the conscience and should not be tolerated on a civilized police force.’’
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Old 12-09-2013, 11:02 AM   #864
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Old 12-09-2013, 11:06 AM   #865
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Drunk sheriff’s officer pulls over and punches driver in road rage incident | The Raw Story

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A sergeant with the Middlesex, MA Sheriff’s office is facing charges after he pulled over, frisked and attacked another driver while off duty and under the influence of alcohol.

According to the Lowell Sun, William G. McLean, 54, was charged in Lowell District Court with operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol, assault and battery and violation of traffic lights.

McLean has been suspended without pay and is awaiting the outcome of a departmental investigation after an incident that took place on Friday, Nov. 29.
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am I being detained?

not yet, but i need to find out who you are.

so I'm free to go?

no, we are talking.
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Time to be Afraid in America: The Frightening Pattern of Throwing Police Power at Social Problems | Alternet
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DOJ Agency Warns Of Police Militarization

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In the monthly e-newsletter for the Justice Department's Community Oriented Police Services (COPS) program, Senior Policy Analyst Karl Bickel sounds the alarm about the militarization of America's domestic police forces. Here's his conclusion:

Police chiefs and sheriffs may want to ask themselves—if after hiring officers in the spirit of adventure, who have been exposed to action oriented police dramas since their youth, and sending them to an academy patterned after a military boot camp, then dressing them in black battle dress uniforms and turning them loose in a subculture steeped in an “us versus them” outlook toward those they serve and protect, while prosecuting the war on crime, war on drugs, and now a war on terrorism—is there any realistic hope of institutionalizing community policing as an operational philosophy?
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Watchdog Report - ATF uses rogue tactics in storefront stings across nation

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Aaron Key wasn't sure he wanted a tattoo on his neck. Especially one of a giant squid smoking a joint.

But the guys running Squid's Smoke Shop in Portland, Ore., convinced him: It would be a perfect way to promote their store.

They would even pay him and a friend $150 apiece if they agreed to turn their bodies into walking billboards.

Key, who is mentally disabled, was swayed.

He and his friend, Marquis Glover, liked Squid's. It was their hangout. The 19-year-olds spent many afternoons there playing Xbox and chatting with the owner, "Squid," and the store clerks.

So they took the money and got the ink etched on their necks, tentacles creeping down to their collarbones.

It would be months before the young men learned the whole thing was a setup. The guys running Squid's were actually undercover ATF agents conducting a sting to get guns away from criminals and drugs off the street.

The tattoos had been sponsored by the U.S. government; advertisements for a fake storefront.

The teens found out as they were arrested and booked into jail.

Earlier this year when the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel exposed a botched ATF sting in Milwaukee — that included agents hiring a brain-damaged man to promote an undercover storefront and then arresting him forhis work — ATF officials told Congress the failed Milwaukee operation was an isolated case of inadequate supervision.

It wasn't.


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Judge puts suits alleging illegal strip searches on fast track

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Some of the many federal civil rights lawsuits that contend Milwaukee police conducted illegal strip and body cavity searches of drug suspects appear on a fast track, scheduled for trial as early as June, with deadlines much sooner for settlement reports and key motions.

The flood of lawsuits — 12 so far involving 20 plaintiffs, with more suits expected — began in June after former officer Michael Vagnini was sentenced to 26 months in prison. He pleaded no contest to four felonies and four misdemeanors related to the illegal searches.

If successful, the claims could leave the City of Milwaukee on the hook for millions of dollars in damages...
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Police overkill has become the default American policy - Salon.com

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If all you’ve got is a hammer, then everything starts to look like a nail. And if police and prosecutors are your only tool, sooner or later everything and everyone will be treated as criminal. This is increasingly the American way of life, a path that involves “solving” social problems (and even some non-problems) by throwing cops at them, with generally disastrous results. Wall-to-wall criminal law encroaches ever more on everyday life as police power is applied in ways that would have been unthinkable just a generation ago...

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NYPD cops beat up my loved ones, killed my parakeet: Staten Island mom - NY Daily News

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Evelyn Lugo, 57, the mother of 10 children, says in a lawsuit that cops entered her home without a warrant, beat her loved ones with batons and heartlessly killed her beloved bird, Tito. Since the violent incident, Lugo says she has been 'sick and depressed.'
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Lugo’s son Edwin Avellanet was taking a bag of garbage outside when cops stopped and questioned him about an orange construction cone placed in front of their Corson Ave. home to save a parking spot, according to lawyer Jason Leventhal.

The cops demanded to see identification and Avellanet, 26, refused, stating that he had done nothing wrong. A cop grabbed Avellanet by the arm, but he was able to break free and retreat into the house, according to the suit.

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Additional cops arrived and swarmed throughout the house looking for Avellanet.
“They threw me like a piece of garbage on the floor,” Lugo said.

Another son, George Lugo, and family friend Luis Ortega were struck in the head repeatedly with a baton and suffered severe facial injuries, according to the complaint filed Nov. 29 in Brooklyn Federal Court.

Lugo’s daughter, Alba Cuevas, has asthma and was having difficulty breathing due to the pepper spray cops used. She ducked into a bedroom to catch her breath and was arrested. Criminal charges against Ortega, Lugo and Cuevas were later dismissed and sealed, according to the suit. Avellanet, the subject of the cops’ initial stop-and-question, was not charged.

“Ever since then I have been sick and depressed,” Lugo said. “I was hurt on the inside, in my heart.”
The suit, alleging unlawful search and seizure, excessive force and malicious prosecution, seeks unspecified damages.
A spokeswoman for the city Law Department said a copy of the suit had not yet been received. An NYPD spokesman did not respond to a request for comment.







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DEA, IRS raid Denver area pot businesses - U.S. News

The IRS is now involved in SWAT raids? And they have their own tactical assault force?

Since when did we give the accountants AR-14's and sawed off shotguns?

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It's your fault for living in such a blue state like VT.
Actually, relocated to CO last year. It's more of split state. Blue in the cities, red in ranch lands.

And I still think that every government department doesn't need their own private SWAT team.
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So this little story crops up: DEA, IRS raid Denver area pot businesses - U.S. News The IRS is now involved in SWAT raids? And they have their own tactical assault force? Since when did we give the accountants AR-14's and sawed off shotguns? IRS Needs AR-15′s For “Standoff Capabilities”? | Ben Swann Truth In Media Accountants with automatic weapons are scary.
The IRS is often instrumental in bringing down organized crime with tax evasion charges. It only follows they would need to have a specially trained assault unit to conduct raids in which the criminals may be heavily armed. I am sure this tactical unit is used when unnecessary very often but there existence is not surprising. I love how accountants with guns are scary considering "accountants" tend to be logical and calculated and are probably less likely to be power hungry or emotionally unstable than your traditional cop type. They are also properly trained and not just handed guns and thrown into the field.

You might be surprised how many of the FBI swat team members and even bomb techs have accounting degrees. Law enforcement agencies hire more accountants than almost any other industry besides professional services firms.
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The IRS is often instrumental in bringing down organized crime with tax evasion charges. It only follows they would need to have a specially trained assault unit to conduct raids in which the criminals may be heavily armed. I am sure this tactical unit is used when unnecessary very often but there existence is not surprising. I love how accountants with guns are scary considering "accountants" tend to be logical and calculated and are probably less likely to be power hungry or emotionally unstable than your traditional cop type. They are also properly trained and not just handed guns and thrown into the field.

You might be surprised how many of the FBI swat team members and even bomb techs have accounting degrees. Law enforcement agencies hire more accountants than almost any other industry besides professional services firms.
I actually am surprised that the tactical unit of the IRS is frequently used. I assumed, apparently incorrectly, that the IRS was the audit function, and when they detected fraud, they would engage the FBI, ATF or local law enforcement to conduct raids. I never viewed the IRS as an assault force, but I suppose that role is not a lot different than the ATF's... and they have tanks!
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I actually am surprised that the tactical unit of the IRS is frequently used. I assumed, apparently incorrectly, that the IRS was the audit function, and when they detected fraud, they would engage the FBI, ATF or local law enforcement to conduct raids. I never viewed the IRS as an assault force, but I suppose that role is not a lot different than the ATF's... and they have tanks!
It was the IRS that took down Capone.
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