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Old 01-21-2014, 12:14 AM   #1281
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Eyewitnesses dispute police version of shooting death in Durant
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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.
In my opinion. They were just civilians. Off duty means they have no obligation to play "warrior cop". So they should be tried as civilians, who killed someone.
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In my opinion. They were just civilians. Off duty means they have no obligation to play "warrior cop". So they should be tried as civilians, who killed someone.
To me, they are always just civilians. Having a badge shouldn't give them the rights to any special treatment. They should be treated like security guards, civilians with a job. But for whatever reason, they get treated like mighty protectors or gods or something. They are average dumb asses with guns and cars with lights.
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Old 01-21-2014, 05:02 PM   #1284
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Being a cop is just a job.
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Old 01-22-2014, 01:07 PM   #1285
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Knife discovered at notorious slaying scene later destroyed by Waukegan police - chicagotribune.com

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...About two years after the killing, a knife was found steps from the scene of the crime but destroyed by Waukegan police, according to interviews and documents filed in federal court in Chicago.

By the time the knife was discovered, Rivera had already been convicted and sentenced to life in prison, but he would be tried twice more because of appeals court reversals. Yet, in what could have been a serious violation of court rules, his attorneys say they were never told of the knife. There is also no indication in records from Rivera's lawsuit that authorities conducted forensic tests on the potential murder weapon.

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The knife's discovery and destruction is reported in court papers that open a window into the reopened investigation. The filings indicate that Lake County authorities still haven't ruled out a potentially explosive theory — that Rivera still could have been involved in the killing in spite of the DNA evidence clearing him of Holly's rape. In throwing out Rivera's third conviction, a state appeals court ruled in 2011 that no rational jury could have found him guilty and took the extraordinary step of barring prosecutors from trying him again for the homicide.

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Rivera was charged after authorities said he confessed to Holly's slaying, but the case quickly became a cause for those who advocate against false confessions. Rivera confessed after four days of aggressive interrogation during which his lawyers said he suffered a psychotic episode.
It was my understanding that confessions in this manner were inadmissible. See: Arizona v. Fulminante.
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Old 01-22-2014, 01:12 PM   #1286
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recurring theme: if you wanna get away with murder, be a cop...

Grand jury declines to indict NC cop who killed former FAMU footballer looking for help | General Strike USA

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A North Carolina grand jury declined Tuesday to indict a Charlotte police officer who killed an unarmed man by shooting him 10 times last year.

In a handwritten note, Mecklenburg County grand jurors said there wasn’t enough evidence to indict Officer Randall Kerrick, 28, for voluntary manslaughter and asked the state attorney general’s to refile the case with lesser charges.

But prosecutors immediately said they would resubmit the case after they learned that not all of the grand jurors were present for the decision. They didn’t specify whether they would stick to the original voluntary manslaughter charge or would seek lesser charges.
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talking to cops like they talk to you.
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Old 01-22-2014, 01:15 PM   #1288
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NY cops hospitalize 84-year-old immigrant caught jaywalking | General Strike USA

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NEW YORK CITY, NY — An 84-year-old man was hospitalized after he incorrectly crossed the street and could not understand the commands of NYPD officers who wanted to adjust his lawless behavior.

Kang Wong crossed 96th Street near Broadway and was spotted by a policeman who ordered him to halt. Wong, who lives blocks away, had allegedly broken a city ordinance against crossing without a street light’s permission.

“The guy didn’t seem to speak English,” said Ian King, who witnessed the incident. King told the New York Post, “[The officer] stood him up against the wall and was trying to write him a ticket. The man didn’t seem to understand, and he started walking away.”

That’s when police went hands-on: “The cop tried to pull him back, and that’s when he began to struggle with the cop,” King explained. “As soon as he pushed the cop, it was like cops started running in from everywhere.”

The octogenarian ended up bloodied and battered in the street after NYPD saw him as a threat. He was detained in handcuffs and hospitalized.
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Old 01-22-2014, 01:26 PM   #1290
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OC Sheriff's Deputy Pleads Guilty to Pepper-Spraying Teen's Pizza, Gets No Jail Time

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Last Friday, OC sheriff's deputy Juan Tavera pleaded guilty to pepper-spraying a teenager's pizza during a 2012 traffic stop in Laguna Hills. The teen and his friends--who were charged with no crime--fell violently ill to the poisoning. You and I do that spiking, we get time in the pen. Talavera's punishment? 100 days of community service, and probation.
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Gotta love the thought process of police work:

Punctured Tires In Kabul Are The Work Of Police, Not Punks : Parallels : NPR

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In Kabul, car theft isn't a big problem, but it is a big concern. Security officials fear that militants could use stolen vehicles as car bombs. So the police have turned to a rather controversial tactic to deter thieves.

On a recent evening, a guest left our office only to discover two of his car tires had been punctured. Moments later, my producer discovered two of his tires had been punctured. Both cars were parked on the side of the street in front of our office.

As we quickly found out, there was no point in reporting the vandalism to the police — turns out they were responsible for it.

Nesar Ahmad Abdulrahimzai is the police chief for Kabul's 10th district. He was initially reluctant to discuss the matter, but eventually he agreed to a brief phone conversation.

"The police puncture tires as precautionary measures," he says.
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Cop was at fault in car crash, but guess who got blamed | The Daily Caller

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A 28-year old female driver who received a concussion when a police car crashed into her is now suing the police department, which conducted an “extremely biased” investigation that wrongly blamed the accident on her.

Amber Krasley was driving through an intersection in Bethlehem, Penn. when Officer William Audelo ran a red light and slammed into her. Audelo was responding to a routine traffic stop, but had not turned on his siren, and only activated his emergency lights a second before hitting Krasley, according to The Morning Call.

Krasley suffered a concussion, post-concussive syndrome, mild cognitive impairment, and neck, shoulder and back injuries, according to her lawsuit against Bethlehem.

Audelo subjected Krasley to a sobriety test and blood-alcohol test. He then charged her with failure to yield to an emergency vehicle.

According to Krasley’s lawsuit, the police department conducted its own investigation of the accident, when it should have allowed internal affairs to take over. Bethlehem police “conducted an extremely biased investigation with the hopes of pinning the blame for the accident.”

A judge found Krasley not guilty of the “failure to yield” charge.

She is now suing for $50,000.
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Video: Dog shot and killed by police | News - Home

Officer shoots and kills dog just feet from toddler.
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Cop argues Offensiveness.

Looks up the 1st amendment, starts saying "Obscene" after that.

both parties are stupid.
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Old 01-22-2014, 02:22 PM   #1295
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talking to cops like they talk to you.
My wife and I were sitting at a bar/bowling alley one night, after we started filming the Tulsa Police with the lights on, blocking multiple parking spaces and one lane of traffic (apparently visiting a friends B-day party), multiple Tulsa Fire dept guys came up and tried to start intimidating my wife and I.

Even after we turned over the video to a friend in the Federal District Attorney's office, it went nowhere.
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did you search their trunk?
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did you search their trunk?
Haha, no.

Decided not to agitate further since we were going to continue bar hopping that evening. Even though we were planning on, and did take a cab home, I didn't particularly feel like dealing with a possible Public Intox.
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Cop argues Offensiveness.

Looks up the 1st amendment, starts saying "Obscene" after that.

both parties are stupid.
LOL - I had not scrolled far enough to see your comment about offensive went to obscene. I was going to remark about that but decided to just remark that I was going to remark about that.

I see that happen every now and again that some "authority" changes the nature of what was said and I get frustrated at watching them let to get away with it.
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Haha, no.

Decided not to agitate further since we were going to continue bar hopping that evening. Even though we were planning on, and did take a cab home, I didn't particularly feel like dealing with a possible Public Intox.
And you didn't think you smelled crack on his breath?
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"Police states are the mother of prison complexes. Whatever solutions arise will come from shining the harsh light of reality upon both."
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