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Old 01-26-2014, 04:42 PM   #1341
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Justin Bieber -- Surveillance Captures Low Speed NON-Drag Race | TMZ.com

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Justin Bieber's "drag race" through Miami Beach was captured on surveillance video ... and backs up evidence TMZ first uncovered -- there didn't appear to be any high-speed racing going down at all.

In the video ... Bieber is leading in the Lambo, while his buddy Khalil drives BEHIND him in the Ferrari, and an SUV drives along side of both cars.

Single-file driving at reasonable speed ... with an SUV preventing any passing ... would make a race between Bieber and Khalil near impossible.

The video -- obtained by CBS4 in Miami -- also shows police tailing the group for a few blocks.

We broke the story ... the rental place where Justin got the cars had GPS tracking devices on the vehicles -- showing they were both doing 27 mph at the time of the alleged racing
video of cops following for blocks:

Exclusive Web Extra: Surveillance Video Shows Alleged Bieber Drag Race CBS Miami


Cops had no reason to pull him over, I suspect all charges will get dropped, if this goes to court it will be bad. I bet the camera happy cop that pulled him over gets fired (or promoted to dog shooting duty).
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Old 01-27-2014, 09:39 AM   #1342
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Woman, Arrested for Small Amount of Pot, Dies in Jail After Being Denied Prescriptions by Cops | Americans Against the Tea Party

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Brenda Sewell is dead today after police denied her access to her medication while in jail for a minor pot charge. Sewell and Joy Bigg, two sisters returning home to Kansas from a trip to Colorado, were pulled over Monday for speeding when police found a small amount of marijuana in the car. The sisters had legally purchased the marijuana in Colorado earlier in the week.

The officer arrested the sisters and they were taken to jail. Because police could not tell what medications the sisters were taking, Sewell was denied access to her medication for Hepatitis C, fibromyalgia, and a thyroid condition, illnesses for which she had been receiving treatment for over a decade.
To be fair, I bet they said yes when the officer asked to search the car on a speeding cause. Know your rights so you don't die in jail as well.
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Old 01-27-2014, 09:41 AM   #1343
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trending: officers turning off cameras while committing crimes. (the fact that cops can turn off cameras is a broken system).

Lake County deputy accused of sexually battering woman during traffic stop | Local News - WESH Home

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Detectives said a sexual assault examination on the victim supported her claim and that her DNA was found in his patrol car even though there's no evidence the woman was ever in it.

"The victim's DNA was found on the steering wheel, his flashlight and the gear shifter ****," said Harrell.

Donnelly's dash cam was allegedly turned off for about 22 minutes during the encounter.

Donnelly worked for the Lake County Sheriff's Office for 13 years, and during that period, he only had one disciplinary issue.
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Officer who killed family was once disciplined for shooting at dog, report says | Deseret News

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SPANISH FORK — Josh Boren, the police officer who shot and killed his wife, two young children and mother-in-law before taking his own life, was once disciplined for shooting at a stray dog while he was on duty rather than taking it to the shelter.
Cops who shoot dogs also murder families.
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Old 01-27-2014, 09:47 AM   #1345
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LAPD officer awarded $260,000 over arrest by Pomona police - latimes.com

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A jury has awarded a Los Angeles police officer $260,000 after finding that Pomona police used excessive force on the young cop and unlawfully arrested him.
The verdict reached Wednesday evening was a final step in a nearly two-year effort by Sergio Arreola to clear his name after the 2012 encounter that left him fired from the LAPD and facing a possible prison sentence.
even cops hate cops.
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Old 01-27-2014, 09:48 AM   #1346
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Cops are such pussies:

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handcuffed in a police car for LEGALLY open carrying:

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Old 01-27-2014, 10:00 AM   #1349
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cop cant handle being questioned:




after 43:00 after being stopped (for speeding 35mph in a parking lot going over a speed bump without a radar), a Sgt. finally comes up and says: the reason you are being detained is because of an officer stopping you for an infraction.

what infraction?

you failed to produce ID; for all we know you are not a licensed driver and we are allowed to investigate that.


Sgt. then asks for ID. Guy says, what CRIME have I committed.

22350.

http://www.dmv.ca.gov/pubs/vctop/d11/vc22350.htm

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22350. No person shall drive a vehicle upon a highway at a speed greater than is reasonable or prudent having due regard for weather, visibility, the traffic on, and the surface and width of, the highway, and in no event at a speed which endangers the safety of persons or property.
But, I'm going to need to look that up confirm that.

arguing goes on for a while...he still refuses to ID.

at 47:00 minutes in, he asks again am I free to go, and he's let go without showing ID.

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Old 01-27-2014, 01:43 PM   #1350
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Activist Post: DC Police Misconduct: Over 100 Arrested, 47 Convicted in Last 5 Years

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In the last month, three D.C. officers were accused in unrelated investigations involving child pornography, attempted murder and the running of a prostitution operation involving teenage girls.

More than 100 officers have been arrested in the last 5 years in D.C. Most of the arrests involved alcohol-related traffic offenses or domestic violence...
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"That some call excessive force" WHO the **** would not call that excessive force, besides maybe their police officer buddies? Their is always that group of people who are unwilling to believe that police are capable of any wrong doing, and if someone gets beat up, the suspect of civilian deserved it somehow. Always willing to suck their dicks and kiss their asses, because this is America, land of the free, right? People couldn't possibly be subjected to beatings and wrongful detainment and arrest on their own soil!

I've nearly gotten into a fight with my dad over the issue of law and police several times. He is one of these people who think the law and law enforcement somehow deserve respect. He does 20mph in a 25mph zone, even when the speed limit is clearly WAY too low to be reasonable, and no one else obeys the limit. He does so, because the law is there for a reason, and it needs to be respected. **** THAT! I've been in the car with him before and we've gotten into some pretty heated arguments over such things. Some people will just blindly obey without giving any thought to if what they are obeying actually makes any damn sense what so ever. Usually, it doesn't. A lot of rules and laws are there to control, not to protect.
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"That some call excessive force" WHO the **** would not call that excessive force, besides maybe their police officer buddies? Their is always that group of people who are unwilling to believe that police are capable of any wrong doing, and if someone gets beat up, the suspect of civilian deserved it somehow. Always willing to suck their dicks and kiss their asses, because this is America, land of the free, right? People couldn't possibly be subjected to beatings and wrongful detainment and arrest on their own soil!

I've nearly gotten into a fight with my dad over the issue of law and police several times. He is one of these people who think the law and law enforcement somehow deserve respect. He does 20mph in a 25mph zone, even when the speed limit is clearly WAY too low to be reasonable, and no one else obeys the limit. He does so, because the law is there for a reason, and it needs to be respected. **** THAT! I've been in the car with him before and we've gotten into some pretty heated arguments over such things. Some people will just blindly obey without giving any thought to if what they are obeying actually makes any damn sense what so ever. Usually, it doesn't. A lot of rules and laws are there to control, not to protect.
I suppose my own daddy was a classic case.
He had his 'support police' bumper sticker and thought everyone needed respect and obey authority.
Everybody but himself when the cop gave him a ticket. I forget his term for the .0001% cop who did not recognize his right to special favor.
He was not a racist as long as a "good old boy" knew his place.
He was not above meting out a bit of his own 'street justice' - especially if he saw a black guy driving with white woman.
He said that anyone should not have anything to hide and always allow cops to search person or car or home.
And so on ....

The lawyer says stuff that is just dishonest noise that lawyers make. - It seemed obvious to me that there was not struggle to get hidden hand out from under the guy. - In fact if there was a hand with a gun the cop appeared to have been leaving himself wide open ....

Sometimes I wished that I could get face on with some of the [expletives] who would accuse that I sympathize with the criminal/suspect. - I don't. It just appears to me to be criminal on criminal misbehavior and the cop might be not unlikely to do as much to anyone who might displease him.
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This deserves warrior cop thread:

Justin Bieber -- Surveillance Captures Low Speed NON-Drag Race | TMZ.com



video of cops following for blocks:

Exclusive Web Extra: Surveillance Video Shows Alleged Bieber Drag Race CBS Miami


Cops had no reason to pull him over, I suspect all charges will get dropped, if this goes to court it will be bad. I bet the camera happy cop that pulled him over gets fired (or promoted to dog shooting duty).
Just how important is this Bieber creature anyway?

Andrea Mitchell Had To Interrupt An NSA Discussion With Breaking Bieber News
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Old 01-28-2014, 08:18 AM   #1355
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Fake drug checkpoint in Mayfield Heights is legal, experts say | cleveland.com

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In Mayfield Heights, Ohio, checkpoints to search for drugs are illegal, so the crony cops have decided to try another way to violate the peoples’ freedom from unreasonable search; fake drug checkpoints.

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There was no checkpoint, only police waiting for motorists to react suspiciously after seeing the signs. A Mayfield Heights assistant prosecutor says it’s a lawful and legitimate tactic in his city’s war on drugs.
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Okla. police barred from enforcing traffic laws

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STRINGTOWN, Okla. — Earlier in the month, when state law enforcement officials stripped a small town police department of the authority to write traffic tickets along U.S. 69, it wasn't the first time Stringtown had been labeled a speed trap.

Not by a long shot.

In fact, Stringtown is probably Oklahoma's most notorious speed trap. Type the words "Oklahoma speed trap" into your favorite Internet search engine, and you'll be reading about the small town in southeastern Oklahoma in no time.

The Oklahoma Department of Public Safety announced Jan. 13 that Stringtown's police department no longer would be allowed to enforce traffic laws on state and federal highways that run through the town.

After an investigation — which had been requested by the state attorney general's office — it was determined that Stringtown generated too much revenue through police-related activities.

State law prohibits cities and towns from generating more than half of their revenue through the collection of traffic fine payments.

According to the most recent audit of Stringtown's finances, the town generated $483,646 in fines during fiscal year 2013. That figure represents 76 percent of all Springtown revenue.

The year before, traffic fines accounted for about the same amount of cash, or 73 percent of all revenue in fiscal year 2012.

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Henderson County Deputy Arrested - WLOS News13 - Top Stories

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A Henderson County Sheriff's Deputy is arrested for inappropriate conduct with a student. 27-year-old Daniel Lindsey is charged with three felony counts of sex offense with a student. Lindsey had been working as a school resource officer at the Balfour Education Center. Sheriff Charles McDonald says the victim was a 16-year-old student at the school when the offenses occurred. He says the relationship was consensual, but adds consent has no bearing when one of the people involved is an officer or custodial figure. "This is something to be concerned about," said McDonald at a press conference Saturday morning. "I regret terribly that we're having to deal with it. But we will deal with it, make no mistake." Lindsey was taken into custody around midnight Friday. He is out on bond. Lindsey had been with the sheriff's office since 2008. He has been fired from the department. The sheriff says more charges are likely, but he does not believe any other students were involved at this point.
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Jury finds that L.A. officer used excessive force in fatal shooting - latimes.com

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A jury has found that a Los Angeles Police Department officer used excessive force in the fatal shooting of an unarmed man and awarded $750,000 in damages to the man's son.

The Los Angeles County Superior Court jury decided last week that Officer Daniel Bunch used unreasonable force when he fatally shot Dontaze Storey Jr., 47, in November 2008 in front of the man's pregnant fiancee.

Jurors acquitted a second officer, Oliver Malabuya.

The shooting occurred after a foot pursuit Nov. 11, 2008, near 3rd Street and New Hampshire Avenue. The chase began after the officers answered a 911 call fora report of assault with a deadly weapon at Rite-Aid in the 300 block of South Vermont Avenue. The officers were warned by radio that the suspect was armed with a gun. The LAPD helicopter directed officers to Storey.

Bunch, a Rampart Division officer, said he opened fire when Storey turned toward him and his partner with a silver-colored object that Bunch believed to be a handgun. Malabuya said he fired after hearing a shot and seeing Bunch discharge his weapon.

The object turned out to a cellphone.
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Student Rachel Gardner awarded $243,000 after police break leg

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An arts student whose knee was fractured by a police officer after she was caught without a train ticket has been awarded more than $243,000 in damages.

Rachel Gardner sued the NSW Police Force, claiming she was kicked, sat on, handcuffed, pushed against a fence, loaded into a paddy wagon and then dumped at a nearby train station without charge after she was caught without a train ticket on March 13, 2011.

In the Sydney District Court on Friday, the force was ordered to pay Ms Gardner $243,591 plus interest.
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