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Old 01-09-2014, 10:12 AM   #1141
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cop punches girl in face and the arrests her after she reaches for the door after asking continuously for the cop leave her house and he finally obliges.
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Seventh Circuit Upholds $30 Booking Fee For Being Arrested

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Nick: So if Mr. Markadonatos had refused to pay the booking fee, would [he] have been refused booking?

Miles: No. He would have been arrested again for violating the ordinance. Another $30.
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Old 01-10-2014, 10:27 AM   #1143
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LiveLeak.com - Police open fire on stopped suspect after 1-hour long pursuit.

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The unidentified driver, who had a female passenger with him, sped off about 8:30 a.m. when a San Diego police sergeant tried to pull him over on Grape Street in Oak Park for using a cell phone behind the wheel, SDPD public affairs Lt. Kevin Mayer said.

While chasing the 2002 Saturn sedan, police determined that it matched the description of one linked to a shooting that wounded two men in a Mountain View-area neighborhood Monday night.

The fleeing man ran stoplights while passing through parts of Paradise Hills, Bonita and National City, Mayer said. At one point, he pulled over long enough to let his companion out, then sped off again.

The suspect ran over several tire-flattening spike strips laid out in his path before finally slowing to a halt on 41st Street at Hilltop Drive.

San Diego 6 captured video images of the car stopping in the roadway with squad cars directly behind it, their sirens screaming. A moment later, a man shouted, and at least two officers opened fire, discharging about two dozen rounds in quick succession at the front and passenger side of the red sedan.

Witness Frankie Martinez described watching as the barrage of police gunfire began, then jumping onto the ground to protect himself.

"(The driver) just stopped, and they started shooting at him," Martinez told a television reporter. "Everybody started unloading on him. He got smoked. He probably did something bad for that to happen. They didn't even give him a chance."
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'You Should Have Shot the Son of a Bitch': Listen to Police Joke About Murdering a Black Man | Alternet

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Assistant District Attorney Barta phoned arresting Officer Mobley to confer about how to salvage the investigation and secure an indictment. (Lutalo was never charged.)

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Arresting Officer Mobley: I should have just let [the arrestee] get off the train and go.

Assistant District Attorney Barta: Ah, you should have said that he pulled a knife on you and shot the son of a bitch.

Mobley: (Laughter)

Barta: (Laughter) He pulled something out of his pocket and it looked like a gun... then... it was a goddamn comb, I'm sorry! (Laughter)

Mobley: My bad, I'm sorry! (Laughter)

Barta: My bad! (Laughter)

Barta: (Laughter) Oh well, anyway… (Pause) Or, you could have arrested him, alleged that the train tried to pull out, and here's a thought, throw him under the track, the wheels, and then say he tried to escape. But too late for that....

Mobley: Yeah ...

Mobley: Oh well! Anyway....
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The recordings were disclosed during discovery after Lutalo filed suit against the city for violating his constitutional rights by making false claims to justify his arrest. The suit was ultimately settled out of court.
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Tribune analysis: Drug-sniffing dogs in traffic stops often wrong - Chicago Tribune

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The dogs are trained to dig or sit when they smell drugs, which triggers automobile searches. But a Tribune analysis of three years of data for suburban departments found that only 44 percent of those alerts by the dogs led to the discovery of drugs or paraphernalia.

For Hispanic drivers, the success rate was just 27 percent.
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LEAWOOD, KS -- Men with assault rifles raided a family who had been growing tomatoes and melons under grow-lights. The government agents thought that was enough probable cause to believe they were growing forbidden plants inside their home.

"It was just like on the cops TV shows," Robert Harte told The Associated Press. "It was like 'Zero Dark Thirty' ready to storm the compound."

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Apparently all it takes to get raided is buying hydroponics equipment and materials for indoor gardening.

Dogs entered the home. The armed agents belittled the family and implied that their 13-year-old boy was growing marijuana in the home.

"If this can happen to us and we are educated and have reasonable resources, how does somebody who maybe hasn't led a perfect life supposed to be free in this country?" said Adlynn Harte.

Police kept the father laying on the ground for 2.5 hours and his children huddled on a couch while the SWAT team tore through their home looking for forbidden plants.
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LEAWOOD, KS -- Men with assault rifles raided a family who had been growing tomatoes and melons under grow-lights. The government agents thought that was enough probable cause to believe they were growing forbidden plants inside their home.

"It was just like on the cops TV shows," Robert Harte told The Associated Press. "It was like 'Zero Dark Thirty' ready to storm the compound."

https://www.facebook.com/PoliceStateUSA

Apparently all it takes to get raided is buying hydroponics equipment and materials for indoor gardening.

Dogs entered the home. The armed agents belittled the family and implied that their 13-year-old boy was growing marijuana in the home.

"If this can happen to us and we are educated and have reasonable resources, how does somebody who maybe hasn't led a perfect life supposed to be free in this country?" said Adlynn Harte.

Police kept the father laying on the ground for 2.5 hours and his children huddled on a couch while the SWAT team tore through their home looking for forbidden plants.
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Old 01-12-2014, 01:38 PM   #1148
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LiveLeak.com - Officer shoots teen at party store

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BATTLE CREEK, MI – The Battle Creek, MI police department has recently released dash-cam video from the officer shooting of a 14-year-old boy outside of a Michigan party store.
On Nov. 16, 2013, police were called to the store after reports of a man carrying a gun.

The video shows some people approaching the cruiser once the officer arrives, and hear him say "let me see your hands." After the command was given, shots were fired and the teenagers ran away.

What the officer didn't know was the teen was carrying an airsoft gun, which is a replica firearm that fires pellets.

The officer hit the teen in the shoulder.

Prosecutors have cleared the officer of any wrong doing, but the victim's family is still planning a lawsuit.
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Pot Legalization a Threat to Police Asset Forfeiture Programs - Reason 24/7 : Reason.com

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MILL CREEK, Wash.—A drug task force in Washington's Snohomish County has historically been funded in part by cash, cars, houses and other assets seized from marijuana purveyors. But with recreational pot becoming legal in the state, this funding is going up in smoke.

Snohomish's 22-officer drug-fighting operation, one of 19 such task forces in the state, brought in about $200,000 from forfeitures in marijuana cases in 2012—15% of its funding that year; the haul has exceeded $1 million in years past. The task force has a piece of land, seized from a pot grower, where it stores seized vehicles awaiting auction and trims with a riding mower confiscated in a drug bust.

The county's task force has already slashed its projected funding for this year by more than 15%, partially because of a decline in revenue from asset forfeitures in pot cases, said task force Commander Pat Slack. That will mean less money for overtime, training and new equipment, said Mr. Slack, a vocal opponent of legalization.

With marijuana legalized for those at least 21 years old in Washington later this year and in Colorado as of Jan. 1, law-enforcement agencies in those states expect to lose millions in revenue gained from assets seized from growers and dealers.
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^Certainly this will be followed up with his dismissal from uniform?
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^Certainly this will be followed up with his dismissal from uniform?


Ex-Ga. police sergeant sentenced for drive-thru gun incident
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A video released in court Tuesday shows a fatal altercation between a Wake County corrections officer and an inmate from June.

Court documents show officer Markeith Council was involved an incident with Shon Demetrius McClain at the Wake County Detention Center June 4.

Council was indicted in August and turned himself into the Wake County Detention Center soon after.

McClain, 40, died from blunt force trauma to the head, neck, spinal and brain, damage that was sustained during the fight with Council, according to an autopsy. The inmate died 13 days later.

Council is facing a charge of voluntary manslaughter in relation to the incident.

McClain was in jail on misdemeanor drug charges when the assault occurred. According to the Department of Public Safety, McClain's convictions include possession of stolen goods, breaking and entering, larceny, indecent liberty with a child, failing to register as a sex offender and obstructing justice.

A detention officer charged with voluntary manslaughter after the death of an inmate at the Wake County Detention Center this summer threatened the prisoner before the assault, a witness testified in the case Tuesday.

Shon Demetrius McClain, 40, died from blunt force trauma to the head and neck 13 days after, the Wake County Sheriff's Office said, he was involved in an argument with officer Markeith Council.

Council, a detention officer at the jail since 2009, was indicted in August and is on trial this week. He has been suspended from his job indefinitely without pay.

"He said, 'I'll beat you to death, and I'll take my time calling the nurse for you,'" said Aaron Mitchell, an inmate in cell block FI at the Wake County jail in June.

Jurors saw a 15-second video of the June 4 encounter in which it appeared that McClain and Council exchanged words before McClain unsuccessfully tried to hit the officer.

Council then pushed McClain to the floor and slammed his head twice.

Bashiri Sandy, another inmate, witnessed the attack.

"I seen him dump him on his head, like twice," Sandy testified. "I witnessed that with my own eyes -- him holding the guy by his uniform and turning him upside down and slamming him."

Inmate James Alston said he also saw the attack.

"After (McClain) first got slammed, there was nothing he could do," he said.
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Police Release Details in Deadly Officer Involved Shooting - NBC Right Now/KNDO/KNDU Tri-Cities, Yakima, WA |

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YAKIMA, WA - NBC Right Now is digging deeper into the events that led up to a deadly officer involved shooting at a car wash in Yakima Saturday.

Details on Saturday's incident at a Yakima car wash have been scarce until now. Yakima Police said an officer was on routine patrol at 3 a.m. along East *** Hill Boulevard. 29-year-old Casey Gilette noticed a car sitting in the parking lot for over an hour.

"Approached on foot on the driver's side, moved around the vehicle to the passenger side of the vehicle," said Captain Rod Light with the Yakima Police Department. "Opened the door, discovered the suspect was armed with a handgun."

Police said the suspect 23-year-old Rocendo Arias had his finger on the trigger.

Officer Gilette shot four times hitting Arias once in the head and killing him. Officers said during this early investigation, they discovered the suspect's gun was non-lethal.

"It was later determined that the handgun was a replica of an actual firearm so what I would refer to as an airsoft gun, but they appear very real," said Captain Light.

Justin Ford said violence and shootings are the main reason he moved his young family out of Yakima.

"It's evident by the shootings that are happening on a weekly basis and the fact that law enforcement is having to use their firearms on a more regular basis is just more proof of that," said Ford.

Police said it's still very early in the investigation. They'll be interviewing Officer Gilette later this week.

Gilette is on administrative leave during the investigation. Police said he's been with the Yakima Police Department for 14 months, but he had experience as an officer with the Toppenish Police Department prior to this.

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Man With Disassembled Airsoft Gun Shot In Head By Police

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Instead of knocking on Rocendo’s window to further investigate the situation, Light admits the officer swung the passenger side door open without informing the driver. After noticing the disassembled gun, Gilette fired four shots, striking Rocendo once in the head.

“It appeared that he had some accessories to the handgun that he was trying to install on it or put pieces of this gun together,” Capt. Light said.

The airsoft gun, which shoots plastic pellets, reportedly had a bright orange plastic tip as well, used to clearly identify the item as a toy.
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HAHAHAHAHA

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who is this?


(stupid video though)
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See video of open-carry gun advocate's confrontation with Grand Rapids Police that sparked lawsuit | MLive.com

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GRAND RAPIDS, MI - A police car dash cam video obtained by MLive and The Grand Rapids Press shows the encounter between Grand Rapids Police officers and open-carry advocate Johann Deffert that sparked a federal lawsuit.

Deffert's suit - filed in U.S. District Court in Grand Rapids - is against the city, Police Chief Kevin Belk, Officer William Moe and two other officers.

In response to request for video of the encounter, the city has released in-car video of the March 3 incident. The camera view shows only a portion of the encounter, but it captures extensive audio from the day in question.

Responding to a report of a man with a holstered handgun, Moe stopped his patrol car on Michigan Street NE near Lakeside Drive.

“It does look like he’s got a handgun on,” Moe told a dispatcher.

The man was also "talking to nobody.”

Traffic on Michigan stopped as Moe, weapon drawn, ordered Johann Deffert, 28, to the ground.

“Do not move,” the officer said. “Why do you have a handgun on you?”

“It's my constitutional right to defend myself.”
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As Moe held Deffert, Deffert repeatedly said he was not a felon and he could legally open carry. State police say open carry of firearms is not illegal as long as the firearm is carried with lawful intent and not concealed.

“It’s illegal for you to stop me for it in the state of Michigan,” Deffert is heard saying in the recording.

Later, he said he was just walking home after having breakfast at New Beginnings restaurant.


“I’m not breaking a law. … I’m just walking.”

The officer responded: “You’re talking to yourself. You’re going down the road here with a loaded handgun.Could I just think, maybe, you might be some kind of a nut?"

A little later, an officer said: "Is that what you do on a Sunday, you want to stroll down the road? "

Deffert said: "It's not against the law."

Shortly before Deffert was released, he officer said, “Well, you've got everybody fired up around here today.”

“Excuse me?” Deffert said.

“You’ve gotten the people fired up around here today. Why do you think I’m here?"
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HAHAHAHAHA

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who is this?


(stupid video though)
Mr. Amelcrain or something like that... Is this Amellrotts Maybe????
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Out of Control Cop Shoots an Unarmed Man in his Own Home, Then Lies About It | The Free Thought Project

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A 9-1-1 call was made for a heated discussion between a man and his wife. After the argument had calmed down, the responding officer shows up, kicks in the door and shoots Kevin Hughey, the home owner, who had his hands up in surrender.

“I stepped back to get out of the way of the door as it flung open,” Hughey said. “I immediately saw an officer with his gun drawn. I started to put my hands up and before I could even move, he shot me.”

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Investigators found Wright used excessive force and he was later released from the department. The charges against Hughey were dropped.

remember when the simple use of tasers use to be a big deal? now it's the simple act of murder...
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