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Old 02-21-2014, 08:37 AM   #1581
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So I'm at the Omnibus station waiting for my bus back into Mexico when these three dudes come rolling up asking about my ticket and ID. I'm like ok, no problems, here is my ticket.... Oh? Ok here is my ID... Oh? Oh no, I'm sorry I don't consent to any searches of me or my stuff... And it's on.. They "got one" it seemed..
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no story behind this. looks like this guy had a table setup and was trying to get people to register to vote and this cop tackles him.
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Old 02-21-2014, 08:42 AM   #1583
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"Every cop turned around and started unloading like super trigger happy as if their training was coming into full effect and they were being able to utilize it," said Cleerdin. "Everybody was just blasting this car to pieces. It was absolutely terrifying."

"Cops are shooting from the front of the car, back into the rest of the on-coming traffic to the check point, into the rest of the innocent civilians down the road," said Cleerdin.

"It was way beyond reckless," said Cleerdin. "I couldn't believe it. These are professional people, professional officers, and they're training, they're highly trained and they're not supposed to do stuff like that."

The suspects' car allegedly was driven toward a police officer which caused every officer to open fire.
Weird, they didnt get charged for a DUI...
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Old 02-21-2014, 11:04 AM   #1584
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Apparently the person that shot this video claims the girl was just jogging and the cops grabbed her arm and took her down.

she was charged with failure to identify. Listen to her screams as she was taken away, I'm sure she felt safe and comfortable with the armed gang on patrol, just her safe from armed gangs.

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Old 02-21-2014, 01:32 PM   #1585
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Cops hit my car, then arrested me: suit | New York Post

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wo Brooklyn cops sideswiped a parked SUV, then arrested a man sitting in the passenger seat of the vehicle, accusing him of damaging their car, a suit charges.

And the officers would have gotten away with their lie — had the whole bizarre drama not been caught by a security camera.
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Old 02-21-2014, 01:40 PM   #1586
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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.
Our political factions today would be most likely to fight which parts of that document to abrogate then compromise until there be nothing left.
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Old 02-21-2014, 01:50 PM   #1587
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Weird, they didnt get charged for a DUI...
"Believes law enforcement acted with no regard to public safety."

Nooooo, they wouldn't do THAT!
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Old 02-21-2014, 01:52 PM   #1588
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Woman arrested on 24th street after crossing intersection - YouTube

Apparently the person that shot this video claims the girl was just jogging and the cops grabbed her arm and took her down.

she was charged with failure to identify. Listen to her screams as she was taken away, I'm sure she felt safe and comfortable with the armed gang on patrol, just her safe from armed gangs.
Another dangerous criminal off the streets. Good job guys, go get yourself some celebratory doughnuts, you fat useless *****.
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Old 02-21-2014, 02:14 PM   #1589
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Plain clothes cops commonly dress to appear as thugs.
Citizens are expected to just meekly obey anyone who may or may not hold up something shiny and claims to be a cop?
There is so much even on mainstream news that it seems a wonder that courts could ever get a conviction based on any word of a cop.
But then I guess that jury selection is designed to weed out anyone with more sense than the god gave a duck.

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Old 02-21-2014, 02:43 PM   #1590
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Another dangerous criminal off the streets. Good job guys, go get yourself some celebratory doughnuts, you fat useless *****.
Criminal jogging without a license?
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Meet Jack. Or, What The Government Could Do With That Location Data - informationliberation
Law enforcement is taking advantage of outdated privacy laws to track Americans like never before. New technologies can record your every movement, revealing detailed information about how you choose to live your life. Without the right protections in place, the government can gain access to this information -- and to your private life -- with disturbing ease. As long as it is turned on, your mobile phone registers its position with cell towers every few minutes, whether the phone is being used or not. Since mobile carriers are retaining location data on their customers, government officials can learn a tremendous amount of detailed personal information about you by accessing your location history from your cell phone company, ranging from which friends you're seeing to where you go to the doctor to how often you go to church. The Justice Department and most local police forces can get months' worth of this information, without you ever knowing -- and often without a warrant from a judge.
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Criminal jogging without a license?
I'm disappointed that they didn't club and tase her to teach her a lesson in obedience. At least, I bet she won't cross a street without an ID again. How are we supposed to maintain a society when you don't carry your papers with you and identify yourself on command to the overlords.
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Another psycho overstepping the line and escalating the situation. Though the people were being pretty obnoxious.

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Just saw this on the web.

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Old 02-24-2014, 11:55 AM   #1595
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Another psycho overstepping the line and escalating the situation. Though the people were being pretty obnoxious.


I've posted this video and a followup here.
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Old 02-24-2014, 11:57 AM   #1596
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A Chicago police officer slapped a man’s camera and threatened to arrest him for disorderly conduct because he had video recorded her car after she parked it on the side of a road in what appears to be a bustling commercial area of the city.

The officer was in full uniform, but the car she was driving, appeared to be her personal car instead of a department-issued car. She had a couple of shirts strewn upon the dashboard, so the man asked about them.

She responded by telling him he was not allowed to record her car, telling him it was “illegal.”

When the man stood up for his rights, telling her it was not illegal, she slapped the camera, a move that would have gotten anybody else killed had they done it to her.

She ordered him to cross the street, to “go on about your business,” telling him she would arrest him for disorderly conduct, which is your usual contempt-of-cop charge.

It is not clear when the incident took place because it appears to be spring or summer instead of winter but it was uploaded a few days ago to a Youtube channel called PoliceBrutalityDOTus, which reposts these types of videos, so it could have been posted elsewhere earlier, but I’d never seen it until today.
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Cop Harasses Photographer, Steals His Cellphone Battery And Attempts To Get YouTube To Pull The Incriminating Video | Techdirt

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Apparently, Rojas wasn't done with feeling "violated" by Thomas' filming. According to PINAC's Facebook page, Officer Rojas filed a privacy complaint asking YouTube to remove the video. YouTube, fortunately, turned his request down, which means that Rojas will now have to deal with a recording that contradicts (or severely weakens) many of the claims he made in his sworn statements (the arrest report).

As PINAC and Thomas point out, the obstruction charge is especially baseless, given Thomas' distance from the officers (approx. 30 feet compared to the report's "close proximity") and the fact that the entire situation appears to be completely under control by the time Officer Rojas arrives. Rojas seems to be the only cop there who viewed Thomas and his camera as somehow interfering with police business. Rojas then abandons his "partner" -- who is presumably dealing with an actual criminal -- solely to harass someone with a camera. If nothing else, Rojas has problems with prioritizing, giving the non-criminal (and protected) act of filming precedence over an actual law enforcement work.

Officer Rojas had multiple paths to take when he noticed a citizen filming him performing his public duties in a public place. Unfortunately, he decided to take the well-worn path and violate the rights of the photographer. And like many others, this decision has done nothing more than heap more negative publicity on the police department and the officer involved. The correct response -- ignore it and do your job -- still remains largely untested.
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A man who was framed by a rogue detective and served 23 years in prison for a murder he did not commit will receive $6.4 million from the City of New York in a settlement that came before a civil rights lawsuit was even filed, lawyers involved in the case said on Thursday.

A $150 million claim filed last year by the man, David Ranta, was settled by the city comptroller’s office without ever involving the city’s legal department — which the lawyers involved in the negotiations described as a “groundbreaking” decision that acknowledged the overwhelming evidence the city faced.

The comptroller’s quick acceptance of liability in the high-profile conviction is also significant because the case is the first of what is expected to be a series of wrongful conviction claims by men who were sent to prison based on the flawed investigative work of the detective, Louis Scarcella, who has been accused of inventing confessions, coercing witnesses and recycling informers.
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Barbour County Sheriff John Hawkins resigned Thursday and pleaded guilty to a federal charge that he staged an automobile accident to receive an insurance payment of nearly $8,300.

The 47-year-old Philippi resident entered a guilty plea in U.S. District Court in Elkins to a mail fraud charge.

U.S. Attorney William Ihlenfeld said Hawkins admitted to staging the accident last April. With the help of one of his deputies, he fabricated a claim to Nationwide Insurance.

The prosecutor says a review found inconsistencies in Hawkins story about the accident. Photos taken by an insurance adjuster and information from the vehicle's data recorder contradicted his version of events.

Hawkins used his office email account to communicate with Nationwide about the claim, which was paid last year.
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I'm disappointed that they didn't club and tase her to teach her a lesson in obedience. At least, I bet she won't cross a street without an ID again. How are we supposed to maintain a society when you don't carry your papers with you and identify yourself on command to the overlords.
but you should be happy she wasnt sexually assualted!

Austin police chief says jaywalkers should be happy they’re not sexually assaulted by cops | The Raw Story

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“This person absolutely took something that was as simple as ‘Austin Police – Stop!’ and decided to do everything you see on that video,” Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo said at a press conference Friday, according to Austin NPR station 90.5 KUT. “And quite frankly she wasn’t charged with resisting. She’s lucky I wasn’t the arresting officer, because I wouldn’t have been as generous. … In other cities there’s cops who are actually committing sexual assaults on duty, so I thank God that this is what passes for a controversy in Austin, Texas,” Acevedo said.
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