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Old 02-20-2014, 09:15 AM   #1561
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Badged Serial Killers: The Growing Murder Culture of Cops (Part I) by Bill Buppert | Cop Block

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Publisher’s Note: This is a five-part series that investigates the growing death culture of the American cop and the predator prey relationship between badged thugs in the pay of the King and the following victim classes among the Helotry that is America:

Part I: Dogs and other Animals
Part II: Children
Part III: Women
Part IV: The Elderly
Part V: The Disabled

I want you to pay particular attention to the incidents where the police laugh or joke about their maiming and killing because there is no better casual indicator of the depravity and psychopathy that is modern day policing in the USSA.
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Des Plaines, IDOT settle police grant misuse case for $92,000 - chicagotribune.com

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Des Plaines has agreed to pay the Illinois Department of Transportation $92,000 as a settlement in an alleged scheme by some in the city's police department to pad grant-funded overtime pay by faking DUI arrest records.

The agreement, announced Wednesday, stems from an investigation begun in 2012, when city leaders informed IDOT that paperwork submitted as part of the Sustained Traffic Enforcement Program grant might have included more arrests than were actually made by officers working on grant-funded time.

The year before the investigation, the city was given more than $115,000, which was the third-largest STEP grant in the state, IDOT officials have said.
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BOSTON, MA – A father is being charged by the state of Massachusetts for speaking about the kidnapping of his daughter and the oppression his family has endured for the last year. After reaching emotional, physical, and financial exhaustion, Lou Pelletier decided that the only way to save his daughter was to speak out and make his daughter’s story as public as possible. Breaking a judge’s so-called “gag order” may cause him to be punished for exercising his right to free speech.
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LAPD Commission Adds to Guidelines for Review of Police Use of Force | NBC Southern California

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Determining whether Los Angeles Police Department officers' use of force is justifiable needs not focus solely on the imminent threat an officer perceived, but may also consider the tactics and decision-making that preceded it, according to a recommendation adopted by the department's civilian police commission.

The recommendations came in a 22-page report by Alexander Bustamante, the Police Commission's inspector general.
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What Do I Know About Corrupt Cops? My Family Owned a Few. - Reason.com

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This is a big part of why I've always had a problem with claims that you can trust the police, in addition to the civil liberties abuses we report at Reason. Cops can be as crooked as anybody else—and are more dangerous for it, because of their power and position. It's the old problem of "Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?"—"Who watches the watchmen?" The more you give the watchmen to do, the more tempting it becomes to corrupt them, and for them to let themselves be corrupted. And the more temptation for corruption, the more the likelihood that such temptation is the main attraction for people who want to be watchmen.
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Another Chance for the Justices to Say No to Prosecutorial Misconduct - Andrew Cohen - The Atlantic

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Wolfe v. Clarke is about a murder conviction and death sentence that unraveled under the force of the truth. It is a case about state prosecutors getting caught hiding exculpatory evidence, and getting scolded for it by the federal courts, and then violating the federal court order sanctioning them by threatening a witness and spoiling the retrial of a man they helped to wrongly convict. It is a case where prosecutors did all of this, right up to the brief they filed with the justices, without an evident shred of public contrition for their improper conduct.

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There is a simple factual narrative about the case—about what state prosecutors were willing to do first to gain and then to regain a murder conviction against Justin Michael Wolfe. And there is a more complex legal narrative about the standards the federal courts ought to apply when prosecutors behave as badly as they have in this instance. But don’t be fooled by the distinctions: If the Supreme Court lets Virginia get away with what has been done to Wolfe, the fair-trial rights of all of us will be jeopardized.
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Unlawfully imprisoned at gunpoint by Kansas City Missouri police for open carrying a pistol. Residence searched illegally against my will without a warrant without probable cause. 2nd Amendment violation. 4th Amendment violation. Unreasonable search and seizure. Civil rights violation. Kansas City Police Department. Raw unedited footage. Officers and badge numbers Schultz 2142 Barnett 1080 O'Rear 2232 Robinson 613 Steele 1273. 02/19/2014 09:30 Molon Labed

THE GUN WAS ON SAFE WHILE IN MY POSESSION!! at approximately 21 seconds in the video, a distinct "click" is heard. That is the OFFICER moving the safety selector from safe to the fire ready position.
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I mean of course it's no problem, have we not learned anything from this thread? Cops are legally allowed to kill people for no reason so long as they feel thier saftey is being threatened in any way (or in no way, so long as they just say so).
I also note that cops who were not present say with certainty that the kid had a gun rather than state the cop claimed to have seen a gun.

I suppose that in the police state folks just gotta learn to not have anything in their hands when answering the door.
Though I don't know if there is any safe way to answer the door or to not answer the door.
Didn't a guy get shot attacking cops in the hall the other day? Then he held the blood until he was placed back in the bedroom and on the bed. ??
I wondered how the cop explained the smell of the meth chemicals when there was nol meth chemicals found? - I suppose it is same as when cops smell the marijuana. How is a citizen going to prove it was an unconstitutional search - how to prove that the cop did not think that he smelled marijuana?
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It really depends. Mostly on court decisions, bust also on local laws. Some places that have decriminalized cannabis have also explicitly excluded the smell from being probable cause.

The current Federal Rule is thus:
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Rule: "If the presence of odors is testified to before a magistrate and he finds the affiant qualified to know the odor, and it is one sufficiently distinctive to identify a forbidden substance, this Court has never held such a basis insufficient to justify issuance of a search warrant. Indeed, it might very well be found to be evidence of most persuasive character." (Johnson v. United States (1948) 333 U.S. 10, 13 [92 L.Ed. 436, 440].)

This, however, does not relieve the officer of the necessity of obtaining a search warrant before looking for, and seizing, the source of the odor, absent exigent circumstances excusing the lack of a warrant. (Id. at p. 14 [92 L.Ed. at pp. 440-441].)
But according to LegalUpdateOnline there are courts that have declared "plain smell" probable cause for an arrest and search (in what appears to be a blatant disregard of the Supreme Court decision), where other states and courts (notably Michigan) have barred admission of evidence from such arrests and searches without the "exigent circumstances" as mentioned in the Supreme Court ruling, like the circumstances in United States vs Johns (1985).

But really, as we all know, cops lie, do what they want, and are never found guilty.
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It really depends. Mostly on court decisions, bust also on local laws. Some places that have decriminalized cannabis have also explicitly excluded the smell from being probable cause.

The current Federal Rule is thus:

But according to LegalUpdateOnline there are courts that have declared "plain smell" probable cause for an arrest and search (in what appears to be a blatant disregard of the Supreme Court decision), where other states and courts (notably Michigan) have barred admission of evidence from such arrests and searches without the "exigent circumstances" as mentioned in the Supreme Court ruling, like the circumstances in United States vs Johns (1985).

But really, as we all know, cops lie, do what they want, and are never found guilty.
Yup - Is like I told a cop outside the courthouse - I complimented that I'd read his report and thought it well written but I could not tell from the reading that we'd attended the same event.
I have seen a number of cops testify about events I was involved or knew somewhat and there was not a one of them that did not swear to some amount of fiction.
Fellow got busted maybe twenty minutes after leaving my house. Cop smelled strong odor of alcohol. When the fellow agreed to the breath test the cop decided he wanted blood instead and they guy declined. - The car would have been towed while they went off to get the blood drawn - I even went to court to testify that the guy had left my house without having drank with me and that I knew he did not drink for sake of an ulcer. - He would have really liked to been a drinker. - He was found guilty and fined and lost license for a year.
Heard a cop chemist to claim to jury that hydriodic acid could be made by refluxing iodine with hydrochloric acid. - Ask a chemist what they might make of that one.
Oh! - He was expert witness criminologist and said that he had recently read that. - I suppose that even had idiot lawyer objected it would have been unlikely to prove that he had not read that and been guilty of perjury.
I suppose that someone could claim to be expert witness and swear under oath that they read about aliens performing ---- probes ....
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Has this one been posted? Just another video of thugs beating the **** out of a civilian. Just hearing that baton hitting bone makes me cringe. Like the 5 or 6 lazy fat **** officers can't apprehend the guy without resorting to all of that unnecessary violence. They just get off on abusing people and feeling in control of others. That's a lot of the reason most of them got into law enforcement in the first place.

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Has this one been posted? Just another video of thugs beating the **** out of a civilian. Just hearing that baton hitting bone makes me cringe. Like the 5 or 6 lazy fat **** officers can't apprehend the guy without resorting to all of that unnecessary violence. They just get off on abusing people and feeling in control of others. That's a lot of the reason most of them got into law enforcement in the first place.

The guy may have needed some imposition of force forl compliance but the bone breaking should get some cops a job at the Berger King after some jail time.
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The guy may have needed some imposition of force forl compliance but the bone breaking should get some cops a job at the Berger King after some jail time.
On what basis should force be used in this case based on the video? He may or may not have, but from everything I see here, none of it was needed. As far as the video shows, he never posed a threat to anyone, including the several officers hovering over him, beating the **** out of him with batons and tasing him. It looks like me at any time they could have at least tried to get him in cuffs. Instead the continue beating and tasing for his non compliance. But who the **** would or could comply under those circumstances. You're having bones broken and electricity sent through your body, which itself keeps you from complying with their commands. As far as I'm concerned, any weapon a law enforcement officer carries should be only for their self defense in the most dire of circumstances, not to beat people into submission. Though I guess that is really the weapons intended use, though they get used for so much more, too often. The risk of injury should be on them firstly, and everyone else in the public secondly. That is what their job entails, public protection, protecting and serving. Instead they are cowards who act first to avoid personal injury even at the slightest possible threat, instead of taking other avenues of diffusing the situation.
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On what basis should force be used in this case based on the video? He may or may not have, but from everything I see here, none of it was needed. As far as the video shows, he never posed a threat to anyone, including the several officers hovering over him, beating the **** out of him with batons and tasing him. It looks like me at any time they could have at least tried to get him in cuffs. Instead the continue beating and tasing for his non compliance. But who the **** would or could comply under those circumstances. You're having bones broken and electricity sent through your body, which itself keeps you from complying with their commands. As far as I'm concerned, any weapon a law enforcement officer carries should be only for their self defense in the most dire of circumstances, not to beat people into submission. Though I guess that is really the weapons intended use, though they get used for so much more, too often. The risk of injury should be on them firstly, and everyone else in the public secondly. That is what their job entails, public protection, protecting and serving. Instead they are cowards who act first to avoid personal injury even at the slightest possible threat, instead of taking other avenues of diffusing the situation.
Sorry - I searched his name and got a bit more information. - I neglected to post the link.
Porfirio Santos Lopez

Sounds like he did need be dealt with but best dealt with by humans rather than rabid beasts.

The police state is only going to get worse before it gets better. They have police power and political power and huge $$ on their side to buy the politicians and pay for much social engineering propaganda to educate the citizenry why what they do is necessary and maintain the illusion that a cops job is more dangerous than a farmer.

US citizens are way far from Ukraine sort of fight with cops but I would expect that is what it would take to turn back the momentum the police state has gained by now.
It used to be that a peace officer might be some acquainted with folks along his beat and might try reason before resorting to violence. I think it was well expressed what the attitude has become when that kid was held down by two cops and the other cop said, “We don’t have time for this!” and murdered the kid.
Race does not even matter so much when cops now demand immediate and absolute obedience.
Things past were not so rosy but there was a time that a citizen might stand better chance to survive. They brought in some military and equipment to Waco and Ruby ridge. Today they got it all and more and do not need call the military. They are military and an occupation force in their own right.
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I don't know how many folks may have been spanked by crazed parent/teacher/baby sitter ....
I have seen a lot of video where cops are demanding that someone lie quietly o tummy with hands behind while they beat on him.
I have seen ******** to remark about a number of these situations that all the person had to do was to comply.
So I would like to have some of them folks to stand while I whack at their thigh with a stick and see how many are able to resist urge to block the hit - and that is even knowing that the hand would liley be harmed more than the meaty part of thigh.
I want to see the smart believer in compliance to relax and comply while they are being beat.
And then there is a few videos that show cop twisting cuffs in calculated pain delivering manner while they yell "Stop resisting"

@#$%&!!

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On what basis should force be used in this case based on the video?
He didn't get on his stomach while writhing in pain.
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US citizens are way far from Ukraine sort of fight with cops but I would expect that is what it would take to turn back the momentum the police state has gained by now.
The way I see it, the citizen of Ukrine are way far from the sort of fight we gave England. They are fighting for the document we wipe our asses with.
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Exclusive: Police shooting victim speaks out

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Love says he was taking the scenic route home on a date last summer when he made a wrong turn at West 6th Street and St. Clair Avenue in the Warehouse District.

He then came face-to-face with Cleveland police officer Vincent Montague, a five-year veteran with the force.

"I asked him could I get through (the intersection)," Love explained. "He (the officer) didn't say anything at all, no hand gestures, no nothing, he just stood there and didn't say anything with an angry look, a mean look on his face."

With a lot of pedestrians and traffic moving through the busy intersection, Love says he tried to reverse his truck but got stuck.

Moments later, he claims Montague approached his vehicle again, this time with his gun drawn.

"I stop and I look and I just see him draw his firearm and I just threw my arms up immediately," said Love.

"My windows were down in my truck so he walks over to the truck and he reaches in the inside and he's trying to turn off my vehicle," Love continued. "I have my hands up and I'm leaning back as he's inside of my vehicle reaching with a gun."

Love says the keys to his truck were near the middle console, however when Montague could not immediately find them, things went too far.

"I indicated to him my keys are not there…he steps back and he fires," Love recalled. "It was unbelievable…I've never been shot, never been a situation to get shot, and it was just like,' oh my God.'"

As more officers arrived on the scene, Love says he was pulled from his truck and handcuffed for several minutes before receiving any medical treatment.

"They just got me standing there like a freak show I'm bleeding blood out of my chest," remembered Love. "The pain that I was feeling was unbearable…I didn't know if I was going to die."

City surveillance cameras captured the shooting and the events that transpired afterward. However, Love and his attorney are hoping witnesses with cell phone video of the incident will come forward.

After months of physical and emotional healing, Love hired attorney Nicholas DiCello, of Spangenberg Shibley & Liber LLP, who filed a federal lawsuit Feb. 13 in U.S. District Court.
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Texas cops go silent after retracting claim woman had gun when officer killed her | The Raw Story

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The statement claimed that Deputy Daniel Willis was forced to shoot 48-year-old Yvette Smith because she came to the door with a firearm and disobeyed officers’ commands.

A second statement, however, retracted the claim that Smith had a weapon. Authorities said that they were not able to confirm if she was armed.
I'm guess going out on a limb here and going to say this cop is not in any sanger of criminal chrages and/or losing his job. Even if falsif police reports is also a crime.
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A field trip for some District of Columbia high schoolers went horribly wrong when police handcuffed and questioned their teacher in front of them. Reports had come in to DC Metro Transit Police of an assault, and the officers believed the students matched the suspects' description. Dunbar High School teacher Brandi Byrd says she was detained for 20 minutes and repeatedly pushed against a wall, yet police never told her why they were detaining her. RT's Meghan Lopez takes a closer look at the civics lesson these high schoolers will never forget.
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BREAKING: Jury Finds For Rev. Ayers’ Widow; Awards Her More than $2.3 Million In Damages | WNEG

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A jury has found in favor of the widow of the Lavonia pastor shot and killed in Toccoa back in 2009 in her federal civil suit.

Thursday afternoon, a jury issued a verdict for Abigail Ayers in her wrongful death lawsuit against former Mountain Judicial Circuit N.C.I.S. Drug Team Agent Billy Shane Harrison and awarded her just over $2.3 million in total damages.

Ayers’ late husband, the Rev. Jonathan Ayers, was shot by Harrison in the parking lot of a Toccoa gas station on September 1, 2009 and died of his injuries hours later.

The Rev. Ayers was leaving a gas station at the corner of Broad and Currahee streets in Toccoa that afternoon when Harrison and other NCIS drug team agents approached the pastor’s vehicle.

The agents say they wanted to talk to Ayers because they saw him give money to Kayla Barrett, the target of a drug team investigation, earlier that day.

Ayers said before he died that he did not know the agents were police officers and he tried to drive away from them, which is when Harrison shot Ayers.

Harrison states that he identified himself as police and says that the Rev. Ayers saw his badge.
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