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Old 01-19-2014, 09:12 PM   #1261
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Man stopped by cops 258 times, searched more than 100 times and arrested 56 times in a 4 year period for trespassing at his own job. Racial profiling much officers? Outrageous.


That is best watched twice. Once with them hilarious subtitles covered.
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Another cop that needs his ******* *** beat down and job taken away. The family should be allowed to beat his ***.

Probably already posted here at some point I'm sure. Not sure about TYT version.

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Another cop that needs his ******* *** beat down and job taken away. The family should be allowed to beat his ***.

Probably already posted here at some point I'm sure. Not sure about TYT version.

Skokie Police Officer Michael Hart charged after allegedly pushing woman in lockup
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Old 01-20-2014, 01:08 AM   #1265
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I wonder what he will be sentenced.

Good thing it was caught on camera, otherwise she would have tripped and injured herself in that cell.
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I wonder what he will be sentenced.

Good thing it was caught on camera, otherwise she would have tripped and injured herself in that cell.
So far he is only charged. Never know what smoke might be blown up a juries backside.
One might think that just the still from the presented frame of the video would well indicate that he was not merely overcoming resistance at the door.
I'd looked at little longer version awhile back. It appeared that she might have put one hand on door frame but not in a resisting manner.
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Old 01-20-2014, 02:39 AM   #1267
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So far he is only charged. Never know what smoke might be blown up a juries backside.
One might think that just the still from the presented frame of the video would well indicate that he was not merely overcoming resistance at the door.
I'd looked at little longer version awhile back. It appeared that she might have put one hand on door frame but not in a resisting manner.
Well she was drunk after all. Probably not fully capable of clearly following instructions, moving as readily as the officer wanted, or performing tasks in a crisp, precise manner. I guess that's reason enough for a big bad male officer to shove a 110lb petite drunk woman into a cell.

I'm sure the jury will be asked in a heart warming manner to consider his remarkable performance and service to the public. As if that is somehow an excuse, or reason for a lesser punishment. That never matters for a non law enforcement or government official.
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I know i posted it somewhere but i'm not going back to find it... Here's the outcome.

$1.6 million for man subjected to enemas, colonoscopy by cops - CNN.com

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A New Mexico man has settled with local authorities for $1.6 million after claiming police forced him to undergo "multiple digital penetrations and three enemas" on an invalid warrant and without finding any of the illicit drugs they were looking for.
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Justice would be served if those cops got the same treatment from fellow inmates.
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Parents REALLY gotta stop calling the police on their own children. Own call the police on people you want injured.

Family calls 911, Deputy shoots 16 year old boy, for carrying a hammer | General Strike USA

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A teenage boy underwent surgery Sunday after he was shot by a deputy following a family dispute in Highland.

Deputies responded to the 7400 block of Rogers Lane around 10:30 p.m. Saturday. Investigators say the 16-year-old boy grabbed a pair of scissors or possibly a knife and began threatening family members.

When deputies arrived, the teen was outside. As they pulled up next to him, he allegedly approached deputies with a hammer and a sharp object, the sheriff’s department said. The teen then attempted to attack one of the deputies, the sheriff’s department said.

The teen was shot and rushed to a nearby hospital. There is no word on his condition.

No deputies were injured.

According to neighbor Ronnie Gutierrez, who saw the incident unfold, he did not see the teen make any aggressive move toward deputies.

“The police came up, they told him, ‘Drop the hammer, drop the hammer’ a few times, and he didn’t. I didn’t see him make any aggressive move toward the police, and the police just shot him,” Gutierrez told GS.

“He’s just a child, maybe 15 or 16 years old, he didn’t have any sharp objects and there was no reason for the cops to shoot him, he wasn’t a threat to anyone. That was totally uncalled for, I still can’t believe it,” Gutierrez told GS.
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Trigger-Happy Harvey Police Officers Shoot Innocent Man and Puppy | BobTuskin.com

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Police in Harvey, Illinois, shot a man in the back of the leg without cause, threatened to “shoot the **** out of” a witness with a camera, then shot to death a witness’s puppy, the wounded man and dog owner claim in federal lawsuits.
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Louisa Thurston Can Sue Police Who Shot Her 2 Dogs, Court Rules

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A woman whose two dogs were shot by police officers during the execution of a search warrant on her home can sue the North Las Vegas Police Department and six officers, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decided last week.

In a 2-1 vote the justices ruled that District Judge Larry Hicks was wrong to dismiss Louisa Thurston's civil rights lawsuit, 8NewsNow reports.

The judges said in their decision that there were “genuine issues of material fact as to whether the police officers acted reasonably” in shooting Blue and Bruno, a 70-pound pit bull and 140-pound Mastiff. Thurston’s three small dogs were not harmed.

The incident occurred Feb. 8, 2008, when SWAT officers executed a search warrant on Thurston's husband Michael Martin, who was wanted on armed robbery charges.

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals noted that police waited 20 minutes after entering the home before opening fire -- enough time to summon animal control.
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Marin County California Sheriff's Deputies taser a man in his own home repeatedly after claiming that he charged them. The video shows that the man, who's in his 60's did no such thing. The deputies then taser him 3 times while not even giving him a chance to follow their commands.
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A woman was found tied up and beaten just after 8 a.m. Thursday, allegedly at the hands of a U.S. Border Patrol agent. Now, that agent is accused of killing a second victim.

It all started in the 11600 block of Haven Drive, just down the street from Tuloso-Midway High School. The victim was a 28-year old mother, and the suspect, 33-year old Adam Garibay.

Police said that after allegedly beating the woman, Garibay left town and committed a murder.

Neighbors, who did not want to go on camera, first knew something was wrong when a young boy from down the street knocked on their door asking for help.

"He was knocking on the door really hard, and he told her to call 911 because his mom couldn't walk," a neighbor said.

The neighbors described what they saw when they walked into the typically quiet home of the 28-year old victim.

"She went in and saw the lady being tied up with duct tape around her face, her legs, the tape behind her arms, waist, everywhere," a neighbor said. "And pretty severely beat up."

Police confirmed that the 28-year old mother was found restrained, but said she suffered only minor injuries. They are not confirming the relationship between the victim and Garibay, but neighbors said they are husband and wife.

Officers were seen taking several weapons, boxes and even a U.S. Border Patrol K-9 unit from the home.

"We are going to be guarded with the details because of the nature of this event," said Senior Officer Kirk Stowers of the Corpus Christi Police Department. "We want to protect the victims and the families."

However, the incident did not end there. Police say that after Garibay assaulted the victim at home, he left town, went to Hondo, Texas, and allegedly shot and killed a man. Neighbors believe that man may have been the wife's boyfriend.

"Just recently, they had problems before. The wife left, then she came back," neighbors said. "Honestly, I don't know, maybe a boyfriend she left with, but they had it out a little while ago. But nothing physical, ever."

Following the shooting that took place just north of Hondo, Garibay was chased by Medina County deputies to Sabinal, Texas, where he crashed his vehicle and was taken to the hospital, where he now awaits his arrest.

The U.S. Border Patrol and the Medina County Sheriff's Office are working together to investigate the murder. In the meantime, the CCPD is continuing their investigation into the alleged assault here at home.
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'A victory for the people of Barrie' | Barrie Examiner

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A Barrie courtroom erupted in applause Thursday when a judge sentenced a city police officer who was captured on video laying a vicious beating on an innocent man was sent to jail for one year.

“This type of conduct will not be tolerated. Not now, not ever,” Justice Lorne Chester said in his sentencing, Thursday. “This law applies to everyone – me, the king and the common man.”

He sentenced Const. Jason Nevill to 12 months in jail for assault causing bodily harm, obstructing justice and fabricating evidence in his notes to make the innocent man appear guilty.

The victim, Jason Stern, who was 25 at the time, was returning to Barrie's Bayfield Mall to retrieve his lost wallet when two burly security guards told him to wait for police because Stern’s friend had broken a Christmas ornament earlier that night Nov. 20, 2010.

A seven-minute video shows Stern patiently waiting for the police with the two guards.

“I thought, 'What’s the worst that can happen?',” Stern said during his testimony at the trial. “I would just offer to pay for the ornament.”

But in the video the large, muscular Nevill arrives, walks up to the smaller Stern and within a few seconds attacks him. The officer throws Stern to the ground, cuffs him and continues the beating while the two guards – who were never charged or never called to testify at the trial – assist the officer by holding Stern face-down in a pool of his own blood.

The judge noted that Nevill has shown no remorse for his crime and dragged the case through a lengthy trial.
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Psychopath.
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Was this posted? I have so many videos and stories in my feeds that i can never tell anymore.



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"On Jan. 12, Robert "Ethan" Saylor of Frederick County, Md., a 26-year-old man with Down syndrome and an IQ of 40, died of asphyxiation after a confrontation with three off-duty police officers. He was being restrained for attempting to see "Zero Dark Thirty" for a second time without a ticket. According to witnesses, Saylor's last words included "it hurt" and "call my mom."

Saylor's ashes now sit in the family's living room while the three officers continue their usual shifts. No charges have been filed."* The Young Turks hosts Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian break it down.
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Civil Rights Lawyers on the Police Brutality of Suzanne LaFont and Karl Anders Peltomaa

Today, the ‘New York Times’ reported on a particularly shocking example of police brutality committed against two New York City college professors, Suzanne LaFont and her husband Karl Anders Peltomaa. The case demonstrates how easily anyone can fall victim to the unjustified force and abuse of authority of the police who are often inadequately equipped to handle the situation before them.

The facts are shocking. Last April, Mr. Peltomaa – who was recovering from open-heart surgery – and Ms. LaFont were home enjoying a quiet night and drinking some wine. Earlier in the evening, Mr. Peltomaa took pain medication prescribed to him after the surgery. At some point in the evening, he felt nervous that the pills and the wine were reacting negatively and he asked his wife to call the police, who were dispatched to the apartment.

Once they had arrived, Ms. LaFont began to explain the situation to one of the officers when her dog ran out into the street, causing her to chase after it before she had a change to fully the inform the officer of what was happenig. According to the article, the officer then inexplicably proceeded to throw her husband against a wall in an attempt to handcuff him, slamming his surgical wounds against the surface. When Ms. Lafont returned, she told the officer not to do this to her husband and SHE was promptly placed under arrest.

The police would describe Mr. Peltomaa in court documents as an “emotionaly disturbed person” who was “willing to be placed in handcuffs for his protection” but who also”fought back, kicking the officer in the groin and shins.” In any event, the officer had slammed Mr. Peltomaa face first on the floor causing his chin to split open and injuring his hand. He was ultimately hospitalized while his wife spent 19 hours in custody before being arraigned on charges of Obstructing Governmental Administration and Harassment. Nine months later, Ms. Lafont’s case was finally dismissed by a Judge.

As terrible as this case was, the facts could have been even worse, given Mr. Peltomaa’s fragile health condition. Fortunately, the criminal charges filed against Ms. LaFont were dismissed, but only after nine months of court appearances and legal fees. Without question, the family should (and likely is) pursuing Federal claims against the individual officers, the police department and the City of New York for violations of the couple’s constitutional rights, police brutality, malicious prosecution, false arrest, and intentional infliction of emotional distress, all of which may have resulted due to the department’s inadequate training of the officers. The discovery process of the ensuing litigation will reveal whether or not the police officers involved have prior instances of brutality on their records. Sadly, cases like this occur more often than the New York Times reports; as a civil rights lawyer, I’ve realized that all too often the police officers who commit these offensive acts do so repeatedly, and without any sort of punishment. This is why it is important for people who are victims of such abuse of power and brutality to pursue their legal rights by consulting with a civil rights attorney in order to justly compensate them and possibly prevent the officers involved from re-offending.

“Civil Rights Lawyers on the Police Brutality of Suzanne LaFont and Karl Anders Peltomaa” - Criminal charges against an innocent family were dismissed; but the legal battle to hold officers accountable must continue.
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**** I hate cops. That video just pisses me off so ******* bad. "Stop resisting!" while he's being tased.
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Was this posted? I have so many videos and stories in my feeds that i can never tell anymore.

Wait... those piece of **** are still on the job and no charges have been filed? HOW AND WHY!? WTF! Over a ******* movie ticket. **** just gets more and more ridiculous. Cops surely know how to escalate situations into them feeling justified to use force.
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