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I’d like to know what risk these cops imagined a six year old presented that required she be cuffed and placed face down on the pavement.  Good grief. 

 

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18 hours ago, Destino said:

I’d like to know what risk these cops imagined a six year old presented that required she be cuffed and placed face down on the pavement.  Good grief.

She might screech.  Have you ever heard a six-year-old screech?  Ear-piercing stuff, man.

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5 hours ago, PokerPacker said:

She might screech.  Have you ever heard a six-year-old screech?  Ear-piercing stuff, man.

One six year old girl screeching is nothing.  That’s just background noise to me.  It’s when they get in groups, and get excited about something, that the real auditory assault potential is experienced.  It will leave you and your pets scrambling away together.

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25 minutes ago, Destino said:

One six year old girl screeching is nothing.  That’s just background noise to me.  It’s when they get in groups, and get excited about something, that the real auditory assault potential is experienced.  It will leave you and your pets scrambling away together.

Certainly doesn't sound like peaceable assembly.

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Ryan Whitaker is further evidence that no one is safe.  White guy answered the door with a gun, when confronted by police he immediately tried to surrender.  They shot him on his knees.  Then, to prove that they don’t teach human decency at the police academy, they force his girlfriend out and attempt to justify their actions in full view of him as he lay dying.  
 

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20 minutes ago, Destino said:

Ryan Whitaker is further evidence that no one is safe.  White guy answered the door with a gun, when confronted by police he immediately tried to surrender.  They shot him on his knees.  Then, to prove that they don’t teach human decency at the police academy, they force his girlfriend out and attempt to justify their actions in full view of him as he lay dying.  
 

The video can be seen here.

 

Man I've seen the one where the officer is screaming at a kid to "CRAWL! ON YOUR KNEES! I WILL SHOOT YOU!"

 

So of course the petrified kid crawls toward them, sobbing, and the Pig unloads anyway. Wasn't armed.

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The Police Lie. All the Time. Can Anything Stop Them?

 

Christopher Parham was grocery shopping for his boss when Henry Daverin, a plainclothes NYPD officer, approached him. Daverin accused Parham of driving recklessly on an illegal scooter without a helmet; a few minutes later, Parham was writhing in pain on the sidewalk outside. What happened during those few minutes was a matter of dispute. The NYPD said that Parham, a Black 19-year-old, had violently resisted arrest. Daverin and his colleagues said that they did not use force against him even though Parham had gruesome Taser burns all across his back.

 

Then surveillance video of the episode emerged—and proved that nearly every detail of the NYPD’s account was false. Parham had immediately cooperated with Daverin; he did not resist arrest. Nonetheless, Daverin and his colleagues had assaulted Parham, tackling him to the ground, then Tasing him over and over again. After Parham’s attorneys released the video—and his local representatives raised concerns—the district attorney dropped all charges. Daverin, who had been named in at least 10 other misconduct lawsuits, was never disciplined, either for brutalizing Parham or for lying about it. Two years later, he remains on the force.

 

The police reaction to George Floyd’s murder, as well as the resulting nationwide protests, introduced many Americans to the fact that law enforcement officers lie. After officer Derek Chauvin killed George Floyd, the Minneapolis Police Department issued a statement falsely claiming that Floyd “physically resisted officers” and excluding the fact that Chauvin knelt on Floyd’s neck for nearly nine minutes. When Buffalo police officers violently shoved a peaceful 75-year-old man, their department falsely asserted that the victim “tripped and fell” during “a skirmish involving protesters.”

 

This tendency to lie pervades all police work, not just high-profile violence, and it has the power to ruin lives. Law enforcement officers lie so frequently—in affidavits, on post-incident paperwork, on the witness stand—that officers have coined a word for it: testilying. Judges and juries generally trust police officers, especially in the absence of footage disproving their testimony. As courts reopen and convene juries, many of the same officers now confronting protesters in the street will get back on the stand.

 

Defense attorneys around the country believe the practice is ubiquitous; while that belief might seem self-serving, it is borne out by footage captured on smartphones and surveillance cameras. Yet those best positioned to crack down on testilying, police chiefs and prosecutors, have done little or nothing to stop it in most of the country. Prosecutors rely on officer testimony, true or not, to secure convictions, and merely acknowledging the problem would require the government to admit that there is almost never real punishment for police perjury.

 

Officers have a litany of incentives to lie, but there are two especially powerful motivators. First, most evidence obtained from an illegal search may not be used against the defendant at trial under the Fourth Amendment’s exclusionary rule; thus, officers routinely provide false justifications for searching or arresting a civilian. Second, when police break the law, they can (in theory) suffer real consequences, including suspension, dismissal, and civil lawsuits. In many notorious testilying cases, including Parham’s, officers blame the victim for their own violent behavior in a bid to justify disproportionate use of force. And departments will reward officers whose arrests lead to convictions with promotions.

 

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And this is really the most frustrating aspect of all of this, if Police were held accountable for all of this kind of stuff it still would not go away 100% of the time but it would definitely lessen a ton.  

 

Accountability is, was, and always will be the issue at hand.  Not this supposed "hatred of police."  I don't care what neighborhood of what city we are talking about, most everyone knows we need police, but how do you trust them as an organization when there never seems to be accountability when they mess up and or the massive hoops needed to be jumped through to get the accountability.

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We make fun of other countries corrupt cops because they’ll let you go if you slip them some cash.  They might even demand some cash.  Meanwhile ours will beat you, electrocute you, maybe shoot you, and then lie to get you sent to jail for a crime you didn’t commit.  
 

The entire world is horrified by what’s happening here, but somehow most Americans simply refuse to acknowledge it.  

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Video: Police tried to cuff young boy at Florida school

 

Civil rights lawyers sued the police and school district in Key West on Tuesday over their treatment of an 8-year-old boy with special needs who was handcuffed, booked and briefly jailed on a felony battery charge after he was accused of punching a teacher who sought to discipline him for sitting improperly in the school cafeteria.

 

A police body-cam video of the child's arrest shows officers frisking and putting metal handcuffs on the sobbing child before taking him to jail, where his mother said his mouth was swabbed for DNA, his mugshot and fingerprints were taken, and he was briefly locked in a cell.

 

The lawsuit filed by Tallahassee attorney Benjamin Crump accused city and school officials of bringing police into a school setting without training or specific policies governing the arrests of students — disabled children in particular. As a result, the officers showed “deliberate indifference" to what should have been handled as a behavioral issue, he said.

 

“Where is the decency? Where is the humanity? This is somebody’s child,” Crump said at an online news conference with the boy's mother, Bianca N. Digennaro.

 

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On 8/9/2020 at 11:38 PM, Mr. Sinister said:

If I'm ever tagged for jury duty and have to consider a cops testimony, I'm going with what the evidence says. **** the word of a cop.

Problem is they would probably ask you about your feeling toward cops in voir dire and you yourself would have to testilie.  Truly rigged.

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Family sues LAPD officer accused of fondling dead woman’s breasts

 

A 27-year-old Los Angeles police officer accused of fondling a dead woman was sued Tuesday by her family, court documents show.

 

The lawsuit accuses Officer David Rojas of fondling 34-year-old Elizabeth Baggett’s breasts and “feeling her nipples, without limitation,” as well as showing the body camera video of it to others. The lawsuit alleges invasion of privacy, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligence, mishandling of human remains and other offenses.

 

Baggett’s family filed the lawsuit against the city, Rojas and defendants Does 1-20 in Los Angeles Superior Court, seeking unspecified damages in a jury trial.

 

“I just want justice for my daughter because of this horrible disgusting act,” Baggett’s mother, Janet Bagget said. “I live in fear that the video will surface and another devastation will be added to what is already unbearable.”

 

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On 8/10/2020 at 4:14 AM, Destino said:

We make fun of other countries corrupt cops because they’ll let you go if you slip them some cash.  They might even demand some cash.  Meanwhile ours will beat you, electrocute you, maybe shoot you, and then lie to get you sent to jail for a crime you didn’t commit.  
 

The entire world is horrified by what’s happening here, but somehow most Americans simply refuse to acknowledge it.  

 

I used to make fun of places like NK, thinking how hilarious it would be if I found a way to alter their news to reflect actual reality vs their spoon fed propaganda.

 

But I think that even for the more grounded of us Americans,  we'd be shocked if we went to places like Spain or France, and heard the news about us from the outside-in perspective. 

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‘Kill Them All’: Colorado Springs Officer Keith Wrede Used Fake Name To Post Comments About Protesters

 

A sergeant with the Colorado Springs Police Department has been temporarily suspended and transferred following an internal affairs investigation that confirmed he posted comments on a livestream of a protest in late June. The CSPD investigation found Sgt. Keith Wrede responded to a news crew’s coverage with “KILL THEM ALL” and “KILL EM ALL” while using a Facebook profile with the name Steven Eric. The news station, ABC affiliate KRDO, approached police days later after receiving a tip that Sgt. Wrede was the source of the comments.

 

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In an letter to the public, CSPD Chief Vince Niski on Monday called the comments “unprofessional, distasteful, and not reflective of our department.”

 

The sergeant was penalized with a 40-hour suspension and loss of more than $2,000 in wages, plus removal from his specialized unit and reassignment to a different position in the department.

 

But the chief also asked the public not to judge the officer on a single act and to consider Sgt. Wrede’s successes during two decades of service.

 

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KILL THEM ALL is some terrorist level **** and from a guy with the power to actually kill people and get away with it........not ok. 

 

But here in America as long as you are a cop KILL THEM ALL is just a 40 day vaca and a "Please consider all the good hes done" thing. Cool cool cool  

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Just now, Llevron said:

KILL THEM ALL is some terrorist level **** and from a guy with the power to actually kill people and get away with it........not ok. 

 

But here in America as long as you are a cop KILL THEM ALL is just a 40 day vaca and a "Please consider all the good hes done" thing. Cool cool cool  

 

These dudes go around sporting Punisher gear and logos, from an insane vigilante that slaughters criminals. It's crazy.

 

It should go against everything a real cop stands for.

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Minneapolis police officer fired for decorating racist Fourth Precinct Christmas tree gets job back

 

A former Minneapolis police officer who was fired for decorating a Christmas tree with racist items two years ago should get his job back, an arbitrator has ruled.

 

The arbitrator said that Mark Bohnsack was wrongly terminated for the November 2018 incident that also resulted in the firing of another cop, but that Bohnsack must serve a 320-hour suspension without pay, officials said. The city has a right to appeal the decision.

 

It comes amid renewed scrutiny of the arbitration process in the wake of the killing of George Floyd, which touched off protests worldwide against systemic racism and policy brutality.

 

Minneapolis Police Department spokesman John Elder confirmed that Bohnsack was back with the department and that the other fired officer, Brandy Steberg, was not, but declined to give further details, saying he wasn’t authorized to discuss personnel matters.

 

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