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Old 02-26-2014, 09:43 AM   #1641
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D.C. Cop Caught Running Child Prostitution Ring Out of His Apartment, Missing Girl Found Inside | The Free Thought Project

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Linwood Barnhill Jr., a veteran of the D.C. Police Department, is the latest scum to hit the Badge Abuse charts. An early morning search warrant issued for his Southeast D.C. apartment found a 15 year old girl who had previously been reported missing by her parents.

According to documents, the girl who was discovered was part of a prostitution ring being run by the cop.

During the early morning search of the officer’s home, MPD officers discovered the girl in a back bedroom. She told officers that she had met the suspect about two weeks ago, and after several meetings, the suspect told her that he had made a “date” for her with an older man.

That “date” was of to be a sexual nature, documents say. The teenage girl, whom the suspect told the victim that her prostitution name was to be “Juicy” – was told she’d be paid $80 for performing sexual acts on the man and that she was supposed to give $20 of that to the suspect.
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TOWSON, Md. (WJZ)—Controversial confrontation. A man videotaped Baltimore County police as they arrested two people in Towson, but an altercation broke out between the man and officer. Now an investigation is underway.

County police officials say they are concerned by the video and they’ve launched an investigation.

Early Sunday morning, a man videotaped as Baltimore County police arrested two people in Towson. As the video rolled, he was confronted by an officer.

“I’m allowed to do this,” he told the officer.
“Get it out of my face,” the officer replied.
“I have my rights,” the man said.
“You have no rights,” the officer said.

But the man didn’t stop rolling and was once again aggressively approached.

“Do you see the police presence here? Do you see us all? We’re not [expletive] around. Do you understand? Do not disrespect us and do not not listen to us,” the officer said.
“Now walk away and shut your [expletive] mouth or you’re going to jail, do you understand?”

After backing away, the officer came at the man a third time, appearing to grab him.

“I thought I had freedom of speech here,” the man said.

“You don’t. You just lost it,” the officer replied.

County police, auxiliary officers and state police were all responding to a large crowd and disturbance on York Road. County police officials became aware of the video of the altercation Tuesday morning and have launched an investigation.

“We are concerned about what we saw in the video and the department will be taking a thorough look at that video,” said Elise Armacost.

But officials with the ACLU say the video clearly shows illegal and improper police conduct.

“I think the officer in the video is extraordinarily agitated, hostile and unprofessional. I think it’s highly problematic,” said David Rocah, ACLU Maryland. “The fact that officers can act this way, knowing that they’re being filmed, I think shows a level of impunity that is quite troubling.”

Delegate Sandy Rosenberg says he’s also concerned.

“There needs to be either further training for the police and perhaps some appropriate disciplinary action for this individual policeman,” Rosenberg said.

The man who was filming was not arrested and has not filed a complaint in this case.

In a statement, county police officials say they recognize and respect the rights of citizens to film officers on duty in a public place, unless the person filming has violated a law or statute.
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Old 02-26-2014, 09:51 AM   #1644
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Florida cop sent wrong teen to jail for 35 days in name mix-up: report- - NY Daily News

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Cody Lee Williams, left, was arrested for sexual battery in August 2012 and spent 35 days in jail. But Cody Raymond Williams, right, was the one actually accused of the crime.

A Florida cop is facing a 10-day suspension and a demotion for a bungled bust that sent an innocent teenager to jail on child rape charges for 35 days.

Clay County Deputy Sheriff Johnny Hawkins was set to be disciplined Tuesday after it was found he arrested the wrong boy for the alleged rape of a girl younger than 12 in 2013, the Florida Times-Union reported.

The boy, Cody Lee Williams, 18, was hauled into jail last summer and charged as an adult with sexually battery on a child, the newspaper said.

But it was a different boy, albeit one with a similar name — Cody Raymond Williams — who allegedly raped the little girl in late October or early November 2012, authorities said.

In all, four deputies in the northeast Florida's office were disciplined for their roles in the blunder, but Hawkins was facing the harshest punishment: a 10-day unpaid suspension and a bump from investigations to patrol, the Times-Union reported.
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Old 02-26-2014, 09:56 AM   #1645
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What made you bust a u-turn and ask me about my bike?
well there's been two shootings in the area and you have tattoos...im going to violate you.
thank you have a great day.
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Old 02-26-2014, 02:11 PM   #1646
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security guard kills firefighter because....







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he was....










scared for his life!













cleared of charges.
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http://rt.com/usa/retired-cops-firef...ested-911-891/

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Nearly 30 retired New York City firefighters and police officers have been arrested for falsely claiming Social Security benefits in the wake of the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center.

Already, more than 100 retired firefighters and police officers had been arrested in January as a result of a wide-ranging pension fraud investigation. Retirees allegedly lied about their mental and physical abilities in order to qualify for Social Security benefits they would not have received otherwise.

Of the 106 originally arrested, 80 are believed to have claimed to suffer from severe mental and emotional trauma at Ground Zero on September 11, even though some of them were never at the scene.

Now, Reuters is reporting that 28 more retirees have been arrested on similar disability fraud charges – 16 former police officers, four firefighters, and a New York City Department of Corrections worker.
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Supreme Court Rules that Cops DO NOT Need a Warrant to Search Your Home | The Free Thought Project
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reaching.

it should read: Supreme Court Rules if You Grant Cops Access, Cops DO NOT Need a Warrant to Search Your Home
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security guard kills firefighter because....







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he was....










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cleared of charges.
I dunno.
I saw it on news and it also left out what the video might have shown if it seemed justified shooting or not.
Seen stuff before that news will make claim to leave it to audience judgment but censored the 'evidence' from the court of public opinion.

In that other video where cops confiscated the cam/phone from the woman after they beat her husband to death - News has always left off the part where the cop says to let him hold it for her. - One might think it was just released freely without cops getting to preview it to see if there might be anything they do not want seen or need to get stories straight.
I suppose that general public does not consider that something might be wrong when cops keep knees on someones back long after they seem to have gone to sleep.

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reaching.
Is it really? I see it as further erosion.

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According to the AP, Justice Samuel Alito wrote the court’s 6-3 decision holding that an occupant may not object to a search when he is not at home.

“We therefore hold that an occupant who is absent due to a lawful detention or arrest stands in the same shoes as an occupant who is absent for any other reason,” Alito said.

So basically they can search your home as long as they arrest you first.

Knock knock, hand cuffs, ransack your house. No warrant needed.
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I give a thumbs up for the first comment I saw
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How does he lose 10 days pay, but the boy lost a month of his life? Make it the same number of days as the boy was out."
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Old 02-26-2014, 04:07 PM   #1653
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Knock knock, hand cuffs owner.
knock, knock, asks another occupant.
they say come on in.
ransack your house. No warrant needed.
FTFY.


the ruling basically says: even if you say the cant enter, if someone occupying the home lets them in, they are home free. pun intended.
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Old 02-26-2014, 04:11 PM   #1654
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I saw that. dude was fine, and worried about accidentally hitting the cop, didn't really resist, but was obviously drunk. he got pissed when the cop knees him in the face and smashes his face to the ground, then got himself in a bad situation. I personally just don't like seeing people murdered.

george zimmerman got in a similar situation as the cop...
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FTFY.


the ruling basically says: even if you say the cant enter, if someone occupying the home lets them in, they are home free. pun intended.
So if I'm home alone, his point still stands. Right?

At least that's how I read his comment.
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California’s Smart Phone ‘Kill Switch’ Proposal Going Nationwide?

Illinois lawmaker introduces identical legislation

Steve Watson
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February 26, 2014

A lawmaker in Illinois has introduced a bill that would mandate a ‘kill switch’ in all smart phones, potentially allowing the authorities there to shut them down at will.

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» California’s Smart Phone ‘Kill Switch’ Proposal Going Nationwide? Alex Jones' Infowars: There's a war on for your mind!
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the ruling basically says: even if you say the cant enter, if someone occupying the home lets them in, they are home free. pun intended.
Yeah - I was more of venting about news. - I have taken to more of watching RT News and wishing that I got the Al Jazeera. - RT is pretty obvious pro-Russiand and anti-America slanted - but then they ain't "mine" and I do not need expect better.
And they do their censoring so stupid much of the time. Seen CNN to censor something in the wee hours that they play uncensored, the unfit-for-the-children stuff, during prime time.
Same channels that show Kennedy head shot off repeatedly and closeup enhanced will cut before the gunfire and someone falling over when murdered by police. - That fellow who was shot with hands in the air: some news program showed a little of him at the car then talked some about him reaching in the car while making little of the raised hands.

Speaking of raised hands it comes to mind of the fellow who almost got five years until someone managed to pry the second video out of the cops.
Police dash cam video exonerates New Jersey man, leads to indictment of cops- - NY Daily News

The fellow says "If it could happen to me it could happen to others." - Not "Could", "Does" Just seeing what cops do and taking for granted that they can get away with it indicates they have full faith and trust that their peers will back them and likely do much that same and with same expectation.


Then we are supposed to wonder why some folks do not just meekly surrender. "Compliance is useless!" to paraphrase a character.

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So if I'm home alone, his point still stands. Right?

At least that's how I read his comment.
They take you off your porch to arrest for suspicion of something or other.
The it's "Hey look! The door is open. We better make sure things are alright inside."

I think people have got off because someone did not have authority to allow cops in. - In other cases things stuck because of claim that cops had reason to think that someone did have authority to allow them in.
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So if I'm home alone, his point still stands. Right?

At least that's how I read his comment.
That's not how I understand it, it specfically mentions another occupant, Rojas, allowing access to the home.

The ruling was: police were free to search when they get the consent of the only occupant on site...A warrantless consent search is reasonable and thus consistent with the 4th Amendment irrespective of the availability of a warrant.
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