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Old 03-07-2014, 01:48 PM   #1721
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from the video we, and the cops, know a few things:

he has a FL license, and the car is registered in FL.

what we don't know:

If he is employed in California.
If he claims tax exemptions for a home in California.
If he rents or leases a home or apartment.
If he has Applied for state documents.
If he is enrolled in school in CA.


Do we know he's not miltary or ex-miltary?

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Any person entering California following discharge from the armed forces of the United States is exempted from registration of passenger vehicles and trailer coaches provided the vehicles have out-of-state plates and registration.

Registration becomes due when you accept gainful employment in California or become a California resident and must be paid within 20 days following that date to avoid penalties.

Commercial Vehicles Owned by Military Personnel

If you are on active duty you may operate a commercial vehicle owned by you without obtaining California registration provided the vehicle has valid registration in your home state or the state of military assignment at the time of registration, and is not used in a trade or business.

NOTE: Any commercial vehicle owned by military personnel used in any business manner that provides that person with compensation is subject to California registration.
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from the video we, and the cops, know a few things:

he has a FL license, and the car is registered in FL.

what we don't know:

If he is employed in California.
If he claims tax exemptions for a home in California.
If he rents or leases a home or apartment.
If he has Applied for state documents.
If he is enrolled in school in CA.
Right. - And more important, there was no indication that the cop knew that either.
I thought I had read years ago that a person had something like a month in this state (CA) before being required to register. This appears that one could visit a long time if just staying with friend or relative.
Even if cop took pictures of vehicle a month apart that would not prove the car was in the state all the time between pics.
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Didn't see the quote about the military stuff when I replied - Doesn't change anything though.

CA is just FU about lot of things and registration is one. They stopped sending me renewal notices because there was too much info on my address - PO box and street.
They want $95.00 to renew registration on my '69 Sportster. It must put well over half as much wear on them highways as did my F-350 truck. - When I didn't get the renewal and forgot they put a hold on my safe deposit box. They could not mess with my bank acct' for sake of direct deposit SS.

Guess that stuff is OT. My complaint is more about predator state than of police state minions.

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I'm amazed that that dog wasn't turned to Swiss cheese. They shoot dogs over much less.
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The protect and serve is strong with this one... What a ******* *******. I love all of the other useless ***** in the background smirking and laughing to one another over the situation.

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Cops raid gentlemen's club to photograph strippers for "investigative purposes" | Police State USA

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SAN DIEGO, CA — Dancers at a gentlemen’s club felt harassed and uncomfortable when the establishment was raided by nearly a dozen police officers who demanded to take pictures of the women and examine their bodies and permits.

The raid took place at Cheetahs Gentlemen’s Club on Thursday, March 6th. The evening was disrupted when 10 armed officers swarmed the business to “conduct a random inspection” of the ladies inside.

The 30 dancers were forced into the dressing room, where the police lined them up and photographed their nearly-naked bodies from every angle.

“They made me feel like I was a gang member pretty much and they wanted to document every single one of my tattoos,” a dancer named Katelynn Delorie told ABC 10 News.

“I didn’t know if it was a bank robbery or serial killer on the loose the way they had come in like that.”

The ordeal interrupted business for hours. The owner said its happened before, but the business has never been accused of breaking the law.
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WPEC-TV CBS12 News :: News - Top Stories - Campus police arrest woman for 'fixing' upside-down map

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SALT LAKE CITY, Utah -- A Utah Valley University employee and student, was arrested, slammed into a wall, and tossed to the ground. This was in part because of a small change she made to an incorrect wall map inside one of the buildings of UVU.

Ginger Anderson, 48 who works in the information center at the university and is also attending the school, says on the first day of classes back in January she noticed many new students were having trouble getting to classes because of a wall map inside the Browning building. The map in question was being displayed upside down.

Anderson, who spends much of her work day directing students to their proper classes, informed a university employee that the map was incorrect. The employee then used a marker to make some changes to the map, soon after so did Anderson.

She says she corrected the compass, and wrote in marker that the map was upside down. Two days later a couple officers from the UVU police department visited her and told her they intended to arrest her for criminal mischief. A shocked Anderson refused to go with officers to the police department and was thrown to the grown and arrested.

She says the department used unwarranted force and complained. The Utah County Sheriff's Office conducted an independent review and found that Anderson was resisting, both passively and actively, and found that the officers did not break any laws, or violate protocol.
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A Fall River man says he was recording a police officer who was out of control, but instead, he was arrested and his cell phone was seized. Now the video he recorded is gone. Police say he erased it, even though they were the ones holding the phone.

George Thompson says last January he was just sitting on his front porch, watching a Fall River police officer working a paid detail. Thompson says the officer was on his phone and was swearing very loud.

That's when Thompson pulled out his phone. Thompson says Officer Tom Barboza then rushed him and arrested him, charging him with unlawful wiretapping. But in Massachusetts it's perfectly legal to record video and audio of a public official, including police, as long as they are performing their duties and the recording isn't hidden. Barboza's own police report shows that Thompson acknowledged he was recording the officer.

"I think we all have our basic rights and I think people should not record others secretly or surreptitiously," Fall River Police Chief Daniel Racine told WPRI. Thompson was released from jail, but police kept his phone and that's where the story takes an interesting turn.

Thompson claims that two days after his arrest, his phone, which was locked up at the police station, somehow had all of the video erased. "If a Fall River police officer erased that video, he's fired," Chief Racine said. "And I would suspect the district attorney would take out charges."

George Thompson is not buying it. "They're investigating themselves and there's a code of blue and everybody knows that," Thompson says.
dude watches a cop misbehaving.
dude records it.
dude gets arrested for recording police "unlawful wiretapping"
cell phone siezed.
now evidence is lost.
whoops.

the video is erased. dude needs to recover it and not be dumb.
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STOP CALLING POLICE!!!!!!!!!

Crowley dog shot by police after homeowner calls 911 | KATC.com | Acadiana-Lafayette, Louisiana

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An investigation is underway after a Crowley dog was shot by police, after they responded to a call about a burglary in progress. It happened Thursday night, around 10:30 p.m. in the 100 block of Blue Bonnet Drive. The homeowner says she called police after hearing what she thought sounded like glass breaking in another room. She says she locked herself in the bedroom, told police she thought a burglar was in the home, and warned them about her dog who would be outside.

The homeowner says Max is a 3-year-old Chocolate Lab, and she told dispatchers that he wouldn't bite and was friendly. She was still on the phone with the dispatcher when she heard a gunshot. The dispatcher told her it was safe to go meet police, and that's when she says she saw that her dog was bleeding.

The officer reports the dog was aggressive, and he was shot as a result. The homeowner says the officer told her that Max attacked him, but she says the neighbor reported a different story. The neighbor allegedly said Max did bark, but he didn't lunge at the officer.

Max was shot through the left side of his head, behind the ear, and the bullet came through his neck. He is expected to be okay.
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But unlike the drivers before him, Love didn't make it through. Cleveland police officer Vincent Montague – a black man himself who's just two years older than Love, a five-year veteran assigned to the Third District Downtown Services Unit – steps into the road and out in front of the car, not letting the Range Rover pass. There was confusion about whether West Sixth was closed: a department press release following the shooting said it was closed. The multiple cars that Love saw turn and drive down it indicated to him that it wasn't.

"He's just standing there, not saying anything, he's just looking," Love recalls, wondering why the officer stopped him and not the other cars who turned seconds before him. "I'm in the truck and we're eye-to-eye connected because he's pretty tall, 6-foot-2 or 6-foot-3. I'm like, 'Can I get through? Can I get through?' I'm looking, he can see my eyes, my windows were down. I don't know if he wasn't hearing me or wasn't choosing to hear me."

Love was stopped in the middle of the crosswalk next to XO Prime Steaks. Officer Montague was in front of him, a swarm of pedestrians staggering around the truck taking a peek at what's going on. A minute and a half later – with still no direction from the officer about what to do, Love says – the surveillance video shows Love giving up trying to go down West Sixth; he puts his car in reverse, slowly backs up onto St. Clair while trying to navigate traffic and avoid the swarm of mostly drunken people walking every which way across the intersection. Love straightens his car, but now he's in the middle of the intersection at a red light and a stream of people are crossing the street in front of him. He's stuck, with nowhere to go until the light turns green and the people stop crossing.

He doesn't make it across before Montague heads to Biggins in the passenger seat, pulls out his Glock 17 9 mm gun from his holster, Love says, and then walks around the front of the truck to Love's open window. The gun in his left hand, Montague reaches inside the car with his right, trying to grab the keys. But the ignition for Love's Range Rover is not on the steering column, it's between the seats; the officer is grabbing for keys but coming up with nothing.

"He's reaching in the inside of my truck and he's trying to turn the key off thinking it's up here by the steering wheel but my key's in the center console," Love explains. "So I'm sitting back with my hands up and I'm telling him my key isn't there." According to the lawsuit, the officer gives up on trying to find the keys and withdraws his hand from the car.

Once he takes a step back, Montague points his guns through the window. Love's inside, leaning back with his hands up, palms facing forward next to his head and arms pinched against his torso, he says. Montague squeezes the trigger.

BOOM!

A single gunshot bursts into Greg Love's chest at point-blank range.

Panic.

"Do you realize you just shot me? You just shot me," Love recalls thinking the moment the officer's bullet went through the middle of his chest above his right nipple, ricocheting off a rib and out the side of his torso before getting lodged near his right armpit. But he wasn't dead. "I had my hands up, and I'm like, 'Do you know you just shot me? You see my hands up.'

I'm asking him if he knew he shot me. 'Why'd you just shoot me? You just shot me!' I was doing nothing wrong!"

Montague gets on his radio a moment later: "Shot's fired! Shot's fired!" he says. Other officers swarm in. Bystanders, gathering around the intersection watching the police move in, take out their cell phones and start filming. "At this time, it's a melee," Love explains. "It's just cops and lights and cameras. I'm shot, it was just crazy."

A second officer comes to the car door, stands him up and cuffs his hands behind his back. ("He told me later, 'I'm going to have to apologize to you, but when I heard shots fired, I thought that you were the one doing the shooting,'" Love says of the second cop. "The cop that had pulled me out of the vehicle, he told me, 'You're lucky, because if it was me, you woulda been dead, man; we're trained to kill.'")
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Off-duty Philadelphia cop shoots man over dog poop dispute | The Raw Story

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An off-duty Philadelphia police officer reports that late Saturday morning, the victim was walking his dog when it stopped to defecate on the off-duty officer’s yard. Allegedly, the officer began yelling at the victim, demanding he remove the feces from the yard immediately.

The conversation escalated into an argument, and eventually the victim left. He returned, however, a short time later without his dog, and began arguing with the off-duty officer again.


A fight ensued, during which the officer pulled out his weapon and fired backwards at the victim, who was behind the officer at the time and was struck in the leg.

The victim was carted off to a nearby hospital, where he was treated for his injuries and released. The off-duty officer was also treated for facial cuts and bruises.

The victim has been charged with one count of aggravated assault.

The Internal Affairs division of the Philadelphia Police Department is investigating the incident, as is the District Attorney’s Office. The officer has been placed on administrative leave pending an investigation.
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Detroit cop charged in sex assault of 911 caller | The Detroit News

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Detroit— A city police officer who was dispatched to help a domestic violence victim instead sexually assaulted the 31-year-old woman inside her home, and then threatened to return the next morning, prosecutors said Friday.

Officer Deon Nunlee, 40, was on duty at 3 a.m. Oct. 30 when he and his partner were sent to a home in the 16800 block of Asbury Park on the city’s northwest side after a woman dialed 911 to report her boyfriend had assaulted her.

But instead of aiding the victim, Nunlee is accused of taking her upstairs and sexually assaulting her. He was arraigned Friday morning.

“When Nunlee and his partner arrived at the scene, the woman alleged that she had been assaulted by her boyfriend,” said Wayne County Prosecutor spokeswoman Maria Miller. “Nunlee took the woman upstairs and his partner remained with the male downstairs.

“It is alleged that when Nunlee was in an upstairs bedroom with the woman he sexually assaulted her. While they were alone upstairs, Nunlee indicated he would be coming back to the house later at 7 a.m.”

The woman reported the allegation to two friends after the officers left the house. The next day, she informed police.

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UPDATE:



charges dropped against officer who broke into a house and murdered an unarmed american.
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Cheering at Graduation Leads to Arrest, Diplomas Being Withheld - National News - ABC News Radio

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(NEW YORK) -- Cheering on family and friends at graduation ceremonies has become a risky proposition at schools around the country. Administrations have cracked down on celebrations; withholding diplomas from students and arresting parents who "misbehave" during commencement.

In Florence, S.C., mother Sharon Cooper was handcuffed and escorted out of the arena where daughter Iesha Cooper, 18, was graduating from high school last Saturday. The school had reportedly warned parents earlier that anyone who cheered or yelled during the roll call would be escorted from the building, and that people who were disorderly would be arrested.

"'Are you all serious? Are you all for real?' I mean, that's what I'm thinking in my mind," Cooper told WPDE, an ABC News affiliate."I didn't say anything. I was just like OK, I can't fight the law."

Cooper was placed in a police van and taken to a detention center for several hours before posting a $225 bond, according to the station. Cooper, who was charged with disorderly conduct, could not be reached for comment.

In Mount Healthy, Ohio, graduating senior Anthony Cornist was docked a diploma because his family and friends cheered too loudly as he walked across the stage during the graduation ceremony.
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What do you call a gang of people carrying big sticks and hitting anyone and everyone they see?



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Unbelievable: Cop who wrongly killed teen had history of blunders, was fired from last job as cop | The Daily Caller

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The Euharlee, Georgia police officer who shot and killed a teenager because she wrongly thought he was holding a gun had made a similar mistake in the past, and was fired from her previous job as a police officer as part of long history of blunders and poor job performance.

When 17-year-old Christopher Roupe answered the door at his home on the night of February 17, officer Beth Gatny opened fire on him. Gatny, who was there to serve a warrant on Roupe’s father, had thought the teenager was holding a gun. Lawyers for the Roupe family say the kid did not have a gun, and was likely holding a video game controller for the Nintendo Wii.

Roupe died as a result of the shooting.

New evidence has surfaced suggesting that Gatny had a history of making this mistake and should never have been employed by the Euharlee police department. In 2008, she fired her gun at a suspect who was trying to open his backpack because she thought he was armed. The suspect was not armed, and her partner said there was no reason to think otherwise. An investigation disagreed with the partner and found Gatny innocent.

Worse, Gatny was fired from her job as a police officer in Acworth, Georgia before joining the Euharlee force nine months ago. Gatny was fired for failing to show up for work, according to NBC News.

Gatny sought disability compensation and was rejected because her claim was “not medically supported,” according to personnel records.

She was reprimanded for failure to follow orders and for leaving her weapon with a civilian while her picture was taken. She was also involved in four car accidents.

Euharlee police did not immediately respond to a request for comment as to whether they were aware of these facts when she was hired.
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Ugh, at all of the above. Especially the LAPD beating. Why do we collectively insist on letting these thugs act this way? If everyone pushed for change, it could happen, but nothing will change otherwise.
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But pushing for change requires time, patience, and anger. And "Keeping up with the Kardashians" is coming on in ten minutes. And after that "16 and Pregnant" followed closely by "Teen Mom." I mean, with all of this quality TV we just really can't be bothered.

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Just as true today as it was in '76.
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But pushing for change requires time, patience, and anger. And "Keeping up with the Kardashians" is coming on in ten minutes. And after that "16 and Pregnant" followed closely by "Teen Mom." I mean, with all of this quality TV we just really can't be bothered.



Just as true today as it was in '76.
Precisely.
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I love that cops can't admit when they are wrong. The ONLY thing this guy might have done a little wrong but not illegal, is have his AR hanging a little horizontal. These ******* pigs just make **** up as they go. It all worked out in the end though, after they finally had to comply with law and give him his gun back.

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A bit distasteful on the guys part, but perfectly reasonable to be upset for so blatantly being profiled. Basically "There were some burglaries on this road, and I saw you driving down that road, so I followed and stopped you". That's some fucked up bullshit. At least the cop was a relatively polite profiler.

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