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Old 04-03-2014, 04:14 PM   #1961
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FBI raids 91-year-old man's artifact collection | Police State USA

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Around 100 FBI agents swarmed an elderly man’s house in rural Indiana. The Federal government has set up a command post with trucks and military-style tents. The feds showed up to sort through his lifetime collection of world artifacts that he had gathered over the course of his 91 years. The agents claim they want to make sure he “acquired the items properly” — effectively making him prove his innocence — even though the man has not been accused of breaking any laws.

Don Miller, 91, has led a remarkable life filled with world travels and research. He never had any children, and instead spent his years devoted to science, history, and travel. He has visited over 200 countries, and began collecting cultural artifacts nearly 8 decades ago.
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Old 04-04-2014, 11:56 AM   #1963
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9-month-old booked for attempted murder – The Express Tribune

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A nine-month-old child was booked by Lahore police for the alleged attempted murder of a police officer and was even presented before a session judge’s court on Thursday.

The ‘accused’ was granted an interim bail after he appeared in Judge Rafaqat Ali’s court with his grandfather, Muhammad Yaseen. However, the infant started crying in the court when his grandfather held his thumb to dip it in ink and put its print on the bail bonds – since the tot could not sign it himself.
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Old 04-04-2014, 12:35 PM   #1965
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Me and my friends were skiing at our local resort about a week ago and one of my friends forgot his coat at home therefore forgot his season pass that was on his coat. instead of looking up his name and giving him a temporary pass they brought us to security. he gave him the option to buy two day passes and rip one up, or call the police and press charges for "theft of services" despite the fact that he has a season pass on file. when the security started getting excessively rude i started recording on my phone but left it in my pocket so THERE IS NO VIDEO JUST Audio. in the end of the video the security says that if he ever sees him in the security office again he will "hunt him down and kill him"
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Old 04-04-2014, 12:41 PM   #1966
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I've actually been following this one, and it's amazing how spin works.

He called them. They did not raid his house, he invited them in.

His wife died, and at his old age he decided that it was time to donate his collection to various museums. A few experts told him that some of the items he had matched the description of stolen artifacts, so he called the FBI stolen artwork division.

He invited them to come into his house, and examine everything to make sure that if it is indeed stolen, it will go back to the proper owners/countries. The tents are for specialized equipment used in examining the artifacts.

There was no 100 agent raid.
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Old 04-04-2014, 12:42 PM   #1967
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Old 04-04-2014, 12:46 PM   #1968
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The only reason I know this is because of an archaeology class I'm taking. You won't find much in the news about it unless you dig deep. There was a sensationalist OMFG OLD MAN RAIDED BY SWAT KILLERS!" article on Yahoo! but it was quickly taken down when it was revealed to be a non-event.

Says more about the media than the police. Gotta love scare tactics.
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I've actually been following this one, and it's amazing how spin works.

He called them. They did not raid his house, he invited them in.

His wife died, and at his old age he decided that it was time to donate his collection to various museums. A few experts told him that some of the items he had matched the description of stolen artifacts, so he called the FBI stolen artwork division.

He invited them to come into his house, and examine everything to make sure that if it is indeed stolen, it will go back to the proper owners/countries. The tents are for specialized equipment used in examining the artifacts.

There was no 100 agent raid.
Does that restore anyone's faith?
The places I been banned from would use that as discredit to all the "cop bashing" - past, present and future.
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The only reason I know this is because of an archaeology class I'm taking. You won't find much in the news about it unless you dig deep. There was a sensationalist OMFG OLD MAN RAIDED BY SWAT KILLERS!" article on Yahoo! but it was quickly taken down when it was revealed to be a non-event.

Says more about the media than the police. Gotta love scare tactics.
So it came to FBI sent non gun toting, magnifying glass packing nerds rather than the SWAT to smash and crush and leave destruction in their wake?

Wonder if they hit the right house first try? Can you just see, in minds eye, all them tents set up around the chicken farm down the road before they realize their mistake?
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Old 04-04-2014, 01:16 PM   #1971
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Does that restore anyone's faith?
The places I been banned from would use that as discredit to all the "cop bashing" - past, present and future.
No, not at all and that was never the intent of my post. This is just one example of journalism turning a non-event into a sensationalist story.

The fact that it is so believable at face value is a testament to how many (rightfully) believe our law enforcement behaves.
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No, not at all and that was never the intent of my post. This is just one example of journalism turning a non-event into a sensationalist story.

The fact that it is so believable at face value is a testament to how many (rightfully) believe our law enforcement behaves.

I was just saying that would not unlikely be the true believer response from some of the authority worshipers who consider such as myself to be irreverent.

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The Shelbyville News > Archives > News > FBI working with artifact collector to return items
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Old 04-04-2014, 01:42 PM   #1973
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In 1998, Robert Foranyic was out on a leisurely bicycle ride in his hometown of Huntington, CA, when the local police seized and detained him completely without reason, performing an illegal search on his person. The police would later claim that they had reasonable suspicion to detain this innocent man simply because he happened to be transporting a large axe down a public street at 3am, an act which is clearly not defined as criminal by any statute.

Worse yet, the appeals court later upheld his subsequent conviction on methamphetamine possession (he happened to have a small quantity on his person at the time of the illegal search, which he was on his way to turn over to lawful authorities for proper disposal) despite the fact that the police ADMITTED in court that there was absolutely no recent history of axe-related crime in the area whatsoever!

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FDNY/NYPD Charity Hockey Game Features Bench-Clearing Brawl

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Bench-clearing brawl breaks out during charity hockey game between NYPD and NYFD | Fox News

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When the brawl broke out, the score was tied, 3-3. The NYPD team went on to win the game, 8-5 for their first victory over the FDNY in six years.
Can't win, then beat the hell out of them. lololol
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Old 04-07-2014, 09:46 AM   #1976
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This cellphone video shot by bus passenger, Jermaine Green, shows two sheriff’s deputies climbing onto the bus, confronting a woman who was pushing a stroller full of pillows (she has special needs) and nail her right in the face.

Green claims the male deputy approached him afterward and said, “You can be under arrest if you don’t give me that video.”

According to LA Weekly, the Sheriff’s department tried to justify the use of force against this woman.

“We got a 911 call of a violent woman on a bus, [saying] she almost attacked an elderly man. Lakewood deputies responded. And we know this woman by the way — she has 4 previous arrests and convictions for assault on a police officer. … She’s a large woman with some mental challenges, and she became aggressive toward our deputies.”
recurring theme: i think i posted this before.
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Old 04-07-2014, 09:55 AM   #1977
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Lawsuit: Officer let drunken woman drive away, cause fatal crash - Valley Morning Star : Local News

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After drinking whiskey and slurping a Jell-O shot, Zulai Zamora started driving home from the Yacht Club at 2:25 a.m. March 28, 2012 — without illuminating the headlights on her brown Mitsubishi Diamante.

Police Sgt. Javier Coronado stopped Zamora just blocks away, but didn’t arrest her, according to a lawsuit recently filed against the McAllen Police Department. Instead, they mysteriously met again at a nearby Stripes and the dimly lit parking lot outside First United Methodist Church on McColl Road.

What, exactly, Coronado and Zamora talked about two years ago remains fuzzy, but what happened next isn’t disputed by anyone involved.

Zamora drove away from the Methodist Church at roughly 3:05 a.m., leaving Coronado behind, according to video footage from the nearby Rio Bank ATM. Just 13 minutes later, Zamora struck a motorcycle and killed the driver, dragging him through the intersection of University Drive and Jackson Road.

“Not only did he have an opportunity to stop her once, he had an opportunity to stop her three separate times,” said attorney Lino Ochoa, who filed the lawsuit last month.
Zamora pleaded guilty to intoxication manslaughter on March 17 and awaits sentencing.
Lab results showed Zamora’s blood alcohol content at 0.184 shortly after the wreck — more than double the legal limit.

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“He asked me for my number. I asked him why he was — I don’t know, he said divorced or separated but he said because of his work, his job, he work a lot of hours (sic). And so we talked about that,” Zamora said.

Footage from a nearby Rio Bank ATM obtained by the law firm showed they talked for about 15 minutes.

“And I even remember that I asked him if he could take me to the house or help me get to the house, and he told me he couldn’t leave to Edinburg because he was working in McAllen,” Zamora said, adding that they again talked about her drinking at the Yacht Club.
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Old 04-07-2014, 09:56 AM   #1978
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recurring theme: city pays millions in a settlement while still claming police did nothing wrong and without punishing officers.

City Council approves $1.1 million settlement for excessive force lawsuit | Dallas Morning News

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The Dallas City Council voted Wednesday to approve a $1.1 million settlement to a man who alleged that officers used excessive force against him during a 2009 arrest.



The hefty settlement came after a 2011 internal affairs investigation did not sustain a false report allegation against him despite finding “inconsistencies between the video evidence” and the police report.

Ronald Bernard Jones was arrested and charged with two felonies — which were later dismissed — after he was stopped walking near Reunion Boulevard in 2009 when Officer Matthew Antkowiak drove up in a squad car and stopped him.

A police report stated that Jones threw a beer can at Antkowiak, which is not seen in the video. The officer also told investigators that Jones turned around suddenly while he was frisking him on the squad car hood, so he took him to the ground and engaged in a struggle.

The officer claimed that he hit his head hard on the pavement and was disoriented after that, according to the investigation. He told a sergeant that Jones began to choke him and kicked him so hard between the legs that he was actually lifted off the ground.

The video showed that didn’t happen, according to the investigation.
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LAPD Sets Up Elaborate Sting Operation to Arrest a Man for Selling a $5 Leather Bracelet | The Free Thought Project

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Two undercover agents and 6 uniformed officers of the LAPD were dispatched in a sting operation that led to the arrest of a man who was clearly endangering the lives of millions by selling his handmade bracelets on the Venice Beach Boardwalk.

Luckily no one was killed by these dangerous bracelets prior these brave officers putting their lives on the line to prevent their sale. Thank you LAPD, for keeping us safe and protecting our freedom!

Thankfully there are police out there willing to sacrifice all logic and reason to protect us from the likes of the villainous Joey Courteaux, who would dare sell a handmade bracelet in public.



Mr. Courteaux was in violation of a ridiculous and completely selectively enforced city ordinance LAMC 42.15 which states that,

“Persons can Vend the following items, which have been created, written or composed by the Vendor or Performer: books, audio, video, or other recordings of their performances, paintings, photographs, prints, sculptures or any other item that is inherently communicative and is of nominal value or utility apart from its communication.”

It should be noted that the above paragraph is completely subjective and thus part of the reason for its selective enforcement. To make sure that this law can be selectively enforced the paragraph below immediately follows the preceding one.

“Although an item may have some expressive purpose, it will be deemed to have more than nominal utility apart from its communication if it has a common and dominant non-expressive purpose. Examples of items that have more than nominal utility apart from their communication and thus are subject to the Vending ban under the provisions of this Section, include but are not limited to, the following: housewares, appliances, articles of clothing, sunglasses, auto parts, oils, incense, perfume, crystals, lotions, candles, jewelry, toys and stuffed animals.”
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recurring theme: officer raping on the job

General Strike to end Corruption: Sacramento officer to spend life in prison

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The ex-cop, husband and father of three will spend the rest of his life behind bars, sentenced to 205 years on 18 counts of kidnapping and sexually assaulting women while patrolling the graveyard shift. A Yolo County jury in February found former West Sacramento Police officer Sergio Alvarez guilty on the 18 counts but deadlocked on 10 others.
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