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Old 01-28-2014, 01:53 PM   #1361
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RUIDOSO, NM -- Dr. Ray Seidel says he was pulled over without being told why, and then an officer tried to enter his vehicle. H e got out to protest the illegal entry. A 9mm pistol was aimed at him and he was tackled to the ground.
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SAINT CLAIR SHORES, MI — When a man with dementia accidentally left a dog outside all night, neighbor's called police to silence the dog's barking. Police obliged by firing 8 rounds into the dog in its front yard.

Brittany Preston left her puppy, Lexie, in the care of her grandfather as she went to work an overnight shift.

Unfortunately her grandpa's mild dementia caused his memory to be impaired. During the evening he let the dog into the yard to go to the bathroom, and forgot to let the dog back in.

According to ABC-7 Action News, witnesses reported that as the dog cowered against the house, police kept shooting. If this is indeed true, it is hard to imagine how the excuse of "fearing for their lives" could have been at play at any point after the dog retreated or "cowered" next to the house.

"Eight shots in my dog is just horrendous," said Preston. "You could sedate them and find out who their owners are, instead of killing them and worrying about it later."
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Old 01-28-2014, 04:12 PM   #1363
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See, if I'm ever in a situation like that, I'm going to jail for a long time, or getting shot to death. He would not come up behind me and try to tackle me like that without me fighting him. I would have immediately elbowed him in the face and spun around and started swinging. You're not going to do me like that for no apparent reason and without explaining yourself.
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SoCal Police Sic Dog on Sleeping Old Woman
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RIVERSIDE, Calif. (CN) - San Bernardino Police sent a dog to viciously attack an 88-year-old woman as she slept in bed in her own home, the woman claims in court.
Katharina Lambert sued San Bernardino, Police Chief Robert Handy and Officers J. Castro, S. Aranda and J. Echevarria, in Federal Court.
Lambert says the three officers entered her home at 11:30 p.m. on Jan. 23, 2013, allegedly in response to a silent burglar alarm. Without warrant or any pressing circumstances, Echevarria entered with a police dog, Lambert says.
Echevarria did not announce his entrance or warn that he was releasing a dog that might attack and bite, Lambert says in the lawsuit.
"Moreover, Echevarria knew, when he entered, that the dog was trained to bite hard, and to bite anywhere it could on a person's body," Lambert claims.
The dog entered her bedroom, where Lambert was "unarmed, dressed only in clothes for sleeping, lying in her bed, and presented no threat to anyone," she says in the complaint.
It "viciously attacked her, biting her on her arm and shoulder, waking her and causing serious injuries, including puncture wounds, severe bruising, and other physical injuries, as well as severe emotional distress. Echevarria had to physically remove the dog in order to get the dog to stop its relentless attack upon Ms. Lambert. Any medical care for Ms. Lambert was then unnecessarily delayed," the woman says.
The officers failed to take into account that Lambert has a severe hearing impairment, which the police department knew about, according to the complaint.
Lambert blames the city and its police chief as well. She claims their officers are not properly disciplined and that the culture of the San Bernardino Police Department created the belief that "it is permissible to unlawfully enter a person's home, deploy a police K-9 to attack innocent people, refuse to accommodate a disabled person, and delay prompt medical care."
Lambert seeks punitive damages for unlawful entry, excessive force, municipal liability, supervisor liability, Americans with Disabilities Act violations, strict liability, battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligence.
She is represented by Barry Walker of Canyon Lake.
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Old 01-28-2014, 04:35 PM   #1365
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SoCal Police Sic Dog on Sleeping Old Woman
By ELIZABETH WARMERDAM

RIVERSIDE, Calif. (CN) - San Bernardino Police sent a dog to viciously attack an 88-year-old woman as she slept in bed in her own home, the woman claims in court.
Katharina Lambert sued San Bernardino, Police Chief Robert Handy and Officers J. Castro, S. Aranda and J. Echevarria, in Federal Court.
Lambert says the three officers entered her home at 11:30 p.m. on Jan. 23, 2013, allegedly in response to a silent burglar alarm. Without warrant or any pressing circumstances, Echevarria entered with a police dog, Lambert says.
Echevarria did not announce his entrance or warn that he was releasing a dog that might attack and bite, Lambert says in the lawsuit.
"Moreover, Echevarria knew, when he entered, that the dog was trained to bite hard, and to bite anywhere it could on a person's body," Lambert claims.
The dog entered her bedroom, where Lambert was "unarmed, dressed only in clothes for sleeping, lying in her bed, and presented no threat to anyone," she says in the complaint.
It "viciously attacked her, biting her on her arm and shoulder, waking her and causing serious injuries, including puncture wounds, severe bruising, and other physical injuries, as well as severe emotional distress. Echevarria had to physically remove the dog in order to get the dog to stop its relentless attack upon Ms. Lambert. Any medical care for Ms. Lambert was then unnecessarily delayed," the woman says.
The officers failed to take into account that Lambert has a severe hearing impairment, which the police department knew about, according to the complaint.
Lambert blames the city and its police chief as well. She claims their officers are not properly disciplined and that the culture of the San Bernardino Police Department created the belief that "it is permissible to unlawfully enter a person's home, deploy a police K-9 to attack innocent people, refuse to accommodate a disabled person, and delay prompt medical care."
Lambert seeks punitive damages for unlawful entry, excessive force, municipal liability, supervisor liability, Americans with Disabilities Act violations, strict liability, battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligence.
She is represented by Barry Walker of Canyon Lake.
I hope she cleans out their bank vaults and some people lose their jobs. There is no excuse for that situation.
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Old 01-28-2014, 04:46 PM   #1366
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I hope she cleans out their bank vaults and some people lose their jobs. There is no excuse for that situation.
It is a shame that the dog handler is unlikely to do any very deserved jail time.
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Old 01-29-2014, 10:33 AM   #1367
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I guess you can't call this a no knock raid...

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Florida Highway Patrol is investigating a deadly weekend crash that was tied to a police effort to keep other drivers safe.
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Motorcycle is speeding and tailgated by pickup?
So they stop the motorcycle?
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Transit Cop Who Pulled Gun On Snowball-Wielding Teens Admits He Exaggerated Threat: Gothamist

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Five young men are suing a Bronx transit cop who pulled a gun on them in 2010 after he claimed they attacked him with "multiple" snowballs; and in court today, the officer admitted that the then-teenagers in fact hit him with just one single snowball.

Officer Adonis Ramirez, 34, was off-duty when he pulled his loaded handgun on the group of teenagers during a snowstorm in February 2010, alleging the teens struck him with several snowballs, taunted and threatened him while he walked to his car. Four of the teenagers—dubbed the "Snowball Four"—were arrested for weapons possession, attempted assault, menacing and harassment, but a few months later the charges against them were dropped thanks to "insufficient evidence."
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Ex-Officer Sentenced to 5 Years in East Haven Civil Rights Abuse Case | NBC Connecticut

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A former East Haven police officer has been sentenced to five years in prison for violating the civil rights of Latinos.

Dennis Spaulding told the judge at the hearing Thursday in federal court in Hartford that he is not a racist. He said tensions between East Haven police and Latinos were the result of an investigation into license plate fraud.

A jury convicted Spaulding in October of conspiring to violate the constitutional rights of Hispanics, making false arrests and using unreasonable force.

He was among four East Haven officers charged in 2012 with harassing and abusing Hispanics. One of them, David Cari, was sentenced Tuesday to two and a half years in prison.

Officer Jason Zullo received a two-year sentence in December. Sgt. John Miller is scheduled to be sentenced next month.
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[...] the "Snowball Four"ówere arrested for weapons possession, attempted assault, menacing and harassment, but a few months later the charges against them were dropped thanks to "insufficient evidence."
Duh. The snowballs melted in the evidence locker.
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Almost ALL traffic related encounters with police have very little to do with public safety, and almost everything to do with making the city, county or state money. No, they should not perform these tasks. Leave people alone as long as they aren't being blatantly dangerous. They should have more relevant things to attend to, like following up on actual crimes and other things that are actually their job.
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Old 01-30-2014, 09:28 AM   #1375
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Cop Arrested For Demanding Sex At A Traffic Stop | The Libertarian Republic

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DALLAS, TX - A Dallas police officer was arrested after he allegedly pulled a woman over and demanded she perform sex acts on him in exchange for avoiding jail. Officer La’Cori Johnson resigned from the force after being accused of pulling a woman over, telling her she had a warrant and then asking her friend to leave the location of the stop so he could take advantage of her sexually.

According to the affidavit, Officer Johnson asked why the woman was crying and said to her: ”You don’t have to go to jail if you do what I tell you to do.” The affidavit then states that the officer drove his patrol car to a dead-end lane, parked, came to the back seat with the woman, removed his gun belt and pulled down his pants. The woman was then directed to perform oral sex on the officer, which she complied to for fear of going to jail.

After the incident, the woman was dropped off and walked home where she then reported what happened to her mother. She then notified the police and Officer Johnson was immediately placed on administrative leave. A criminal investigation was initiated and an Internal Affairs inquiry began on January 24th of this year. The inquiry led to Johnson being arrested and booked into the Dallas County Jail on a $25,000 bond with a charge of a 2nd degree felony sexual assault.
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Ohio man who suffered brain damage after Taser use settles lawsuit with police for $2.25 million - Break News - Ohio

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The family of Ohio man who suffered brain damage after police used a Taser stun gun on him while he was atop an 8-foot fence has settled their federal civil rights lawsuit for $2.25 million.

Cincinnati attorney Al Gerhardstein announced the settlement Wednesday between the Dublin family of Matthew Hook and the Columbus suburb of Perry Township, its board of trustees and a police officer.

Hook, then 23, was unarmed and fleeing police over a theft on Aug. 8, 2010.
Perry Township Officer Shawn Bean stunned Hook in the back with a Taser as he climbed a fence, causing Hook to fall head-first onto the concrete below and suffer permanent brain damage.

Bean and attorneys representing him and the township didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment Wednesday.
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Judge: Police entry justified in Cotati stun-gun case | The Press Democrat

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Dec 2013 - The Cotati man who video-recorded police as they kicked in his front door and shot him with electric stun guns suffered a legal setback Tuesday.

A judge ruled officers were justified in forcing their way into James Wood's Marsh Way home to check on reports of a loud argument he was having with his wife.

Judge Peter Ottenweller found police had reason to believe the fight could have turned violent. He also said it was clear that Wood thwarted their efforts to investigate by delaying officers and not opening the door.

But Ottenweller didn't rule on what happened after police crossed the threshold and fired three electric stun guns at Wood, a 34-year-old Army reservist. The moment was captured in a video widely viewed on YouTube.

The judge said it would be up to a jury to decide whether officers used excessive force.

Wood, who expressed disappointment at the judge's ruling, vowed to take the case to trial.

“This is a case for the people to decide,” Wood said as he left the courthouse.

Trial of Cotati man shocked by stun gun ends in mistrial | The Press Democrat

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Jan 2014 - The trial of a Cotati man who was shocked with an electric stun gun after refusing to let police enter his home in May ended in a mistrial Tuesday.

James Wood, 34, was contesting a charge of obstructing an officer on the grounds that police had no right to force their way into his apartment.

Cotati police had been dispatched to Wood's home on May 10 to investigate a report of a domestic disturbance between Wood and his wife.

In an incident that was recorded with a cellphone video camera and widely shared on YouTube, officers kicked in Wood's door after they were refused entry and shot Wood with a stun gun when he moved toward an officer who was grabbing his wife's arm.

Prosecutors have said police were obliged to enter the apartment without a warrant to make sure Wood's wife was safe.

Wood's lawyer, Jeremy Fietz, said Tuesday that jurors told him that half the panel believed police did not have the right to enter the home.

It was unclear whether prosecutors would seek to try Wood again.
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On December 9, 2013 an inmate was brought to the Rutherford County (TN) Sheriff's Office jail facility on a charge of "Resisting" and "Hold - Other Department". The inmate was placed into a restraint chair in the sally port, which binds your wrists and ankles into restraints, as well as various straps to limit movement.

Upon being brought into Holding Cell #133, a strap that goes across the inmate's legs to keep movement limited came loose. According to department records, this strap had been malfunctioning for several months prior.

Deputy James Vanderveer, who was re-hired after being forced to resign due to a DUI arrest, and is the nephew of Sheriff Robert Arnold, enters the holding cell and begins to re-secure the strap. The inmate's ankles and wrists are still securely in their restraints and he is unable to move his legs or arms more than an inch or two. There appears to be no struggle taking place when Deputy Vanderveer sprays pepper spray into the gap in his spit shield. The spit shield remains in place for ten minutes before being removed.

For one hour and fifteen minutes, the inmate receives no medical attention and can be seen convulsing, yelling for help, and struggling.

Deputy Vanderveer stated in a subsequent incident report that the inmate was combative and that his legs had come loose, which is contradictory to video evidence.

Jail supervisors later documented that they informed him that "he better write a good report and ... hoped he could justify spraying someone while they were restrained in a restraint chair." Deputy Vanderveer later received a written reprimand for "Disproportionate Use of Force" and is still employed as a sheriff's deputy.
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One would think that there would be some constitutional requirement for the person who heard the argument to at least make oath to judge to get warrant to invade someones home.
I would expect that the way majority of loud arguments between couples come to no more than loud noise that it is the 'little woman' often has the advantage.
Then WTF is with breaking in and brutalizing everyone in sight to make sure they are OK?
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If someone murdered that cop I suppose we would get to hear what a saintly fellow he was that was loved by wife and dog ....

Some would excuse the cop that the trussed up guy deserved it.
I dunno if the guy deserved it but I do not see that excuses the cop.
If folks can administer punishments to who they figure deserves it then what is the use of law?
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