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Some More Cops Who Need to Be Fired

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11 hours ago, Mr. Sinister said:



Now you have an incident regarding several employees leaving disparaging remarks about a police officer(s) calling them pigs and ****s... Again, not really political. If you actually keep your ear to the ground about hatred of the police/violence toward the police, it's pretty much a well balanced hate, by people and groups all across this country. So, again, not seeing where the "Far Left" came from.


now, I understand that the hatred of cops is apolitical, but what about working in a coffee shop? I’m pretty sure that makes you a liberal then and there...

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22 minutes ago, CousinsCowgirl84 said:


now, I understand that the hatred of cops is apolitical, but what about working in a coffee shop? I’m pretty sure that makes you a liberal then and there...


I hate giving you credit for anything so im not going to laugh at this 

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Come to think of it, "apolitical" probably is a better way to describe widespread hatred of police, but if you hate police, and not only do not understand politics, and harbor a hate absent of political ideology,  is your hatred really political?


Is racism itself political? Is wanting people to not kill you or harass you, political? I have always viewed politics as racisms rocket to deliver the payload, not necessarily the payload itself.

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Mayor Kate Gallego allegedly threatened by Phoenix police officer


An investigation is underway after a threat was made against Mayor Kate Gallego, allegedly by a member of the Phoenix Police Department. 


The Mayor's Office released a statement saying that the office had become aware of a "credible threat made by a member of the Phoenix Police Department to harm the Mayor." The name of the officer has not been released. 


Sgt. Mercedes Fortune with the Phoenix Police Department released the following statement Tuesday afternoon:



The Phoenix Police Department takes claims of misconduct by its officers seriously. A criminal investigation is being conducted by the Tempe Police Department while the Phoenix Police Department’s Professional Standards Bureau conducts the internal investigation. There are no additional details available at this time. The Mayor's office is aware of the investigation and steps have been taken to ensure Mayor Gallego’s safety. While the investigation is ongoing the involved Officer has been assigned to home.


The Tempe Police Department confirms that it has opened a criminal investigation into the matter. 


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Louisville police officer sues Kenneth Walker, boyfriend of Breonna Taylor, for emotional distress, assault and battery


An officer involved in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor has filed a civil suit against the 26-year-old's boyfriend for emotional distress, assault and battery on the night she was killed. The lawsuit claims Louisville Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly experienced "severe trauma, mental anguish, and emotional distress" because of Kenneth Walker's actions on March 13.


Mattingly and two other officers entered Taylor's apartment early in the morning that day with a warrant in an attempt to carry out a drug investigation. Walker, a licensed gun owner who said he thought the officers were intruders, allegedly fired a shot that hit Mattingly in the leg. Police opened fire, killing Taylor. Taylor had no criminal record and no drugs were found.


"Walker's conduct in shooting Mattingly is outrageous, intolerable, and offends all accepted standards of decency and morality," the lawsuit said, citing one of the legal standards for intentional emotional distress. 


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Feds: Florida officers protected cocaine shipment for cash


Two South Florida police officers, who liked to pattern themselves after the “Bad Boys” movie franchise, are facing charges that they provided protection for a fake cocaine transfer orchestrated by federal agents.


Miami-Dade County officers Roderick Flowers and Keith Edwards Jr. are charged federally with conspiracy to possess and distribute cocaine. The Miami Herald reports that the two liked to pose in social media photos as the Miami police officers played by Martin Lawrence and Will Smith in the “Bad Boys” films.


According to court records, a DEA source began meeting in May with a South Florida businessman, Manuel Hernandez, about laundering money that the source claimed was from cocaine sales for the Sinaola Cartel, a Mexican drug ring.


Hernandez met several times with the DEA source, laundering more than $100,000 and investing in cocaine shipments, the DEA alleges.


In August, Hernandez told the source he had police officers on his payroll. In September, the source asked Hernandez if an officer could identify a license plate number for him. Hernandez got the information back within 10 minutes. The DEA says computer records show it was Flowers who looked up the plate.


By September, the source told Hernandez he needed protection to move a shipment of cocaine between two spots in South Florida and asked if his officers would do it, records show.

The DEA says Flowers met with the source at Hernandez's office in Sept. 9. The source thanked Flowers for looking up the license plate and asked him to provide protection for a shipment of cocaine, using the code name “white girls” for the drug.


Flowers allegedly bragged about his shooting prowess and that he had a police friend who could help. The source paid Flowers $5,000 upfront for his work, records show.


Five days later, Flowers, whose father is chief of a suburban Miami police department, allegedly introduced the source to Edwards during a meeting at Hernandez's office.


The DEA says Edwards agreed to take part, saying that while he understood the source's business, his job would be to provide personal protection and he would have nothing to do with the actual drugs, saying he is a “cop's cop.” The source also paid him $5,000.


On Sept. 16, the source and an undercover DEA agent met Edwards and Flowers in a parking lot and then drove to a hotel, where the source allegedly told them he would be picking up 10 kilograms (22 pounds) of cocaine. Using separate cars, they went to the hotel, where the source and Edwards went inside. The source met with another undercover agent, who gave him 10 kilograms of sham cocaine in a suitcase.


The group drove 50 miles (80 kilometers) to another hotel, where the source handed over the suitcase to another undercover agent in Edwards' presence, court documents say.


As they were leaving that hotel, the documents say, the source hugged both officers and said “Welcome to the Sinaloa Cartel.” Flowers and Edwards laughed.


They were arrested last week.


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Police chief resigns in Marshall; posts urging election-related violence drew scrutiny


Marshall Police Chief Lang Holland resigned Saturday afternoon, a day after urging violence against "traitors" who had attempted to prevent the reelection of President Donald Trump.


Kevin Elliott, the city's mayor, said Holland apologized for the trouble caused by a series of profanity-laden social media posts, which also called for the death of "all Marxist Democrats."


Online, Holland echoed claims that the president had been the victim of an Election Day attempted coup, with his enemies using electoral fraud to deny Trump a second term.


In one post, Holland declared: "Do not forget what these Marxist Democrat b* have tried to do. When you see one in public get in their face do not give them peace. Throw water on them at restaurants. Push them off sidewalks. Never let them forget they are traitors and have no right to live in this Republic after what they have done."


Another stated: "Death to all Marxist Democrats. Take no prisoners leave no survivors!!"


Others expressed disgust with the state of the nation.


One, noting passage of Polish anti-abortion legislation, said: "Maybe I should look to moving to Poland and trying to get citizenship. The Poles are a lot smarter than the Marxist Bolshevik Democrats who infest America."



Holland also shared an illustration of former President Barack Obama, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and others wearing orange prison-style jumpsuits.


"I pray all those in that picture hang on the gallows and are drawn and quartered!!!!" he wrote. "Anything less is not acceptable."


Holland made the comments on Parler, a conservative alternative to Twitter that encourages its users to "speak freely and express yourself openly, without fear of being 'deplatformed' for your views."


On Saturday evening, the posts appeared to no longer be available online.


The Police Department's Facebook page also appeared to have been disabled.


Holland had been police chief in Marshall, a city of 1,355 people and the Searcy County seat, for the past two years, Elliott said.


His resignation was effective immediately.

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Just now, Mr. Sinister said:

If you have a Biden/Harris sticker on your car, or in your lawn, be vigilant

As much as we loved Barack, never did it. 

I flipped my own (absolutely awesome) neighbor off on the road the other day because of the Trump sticker (he didn't see, thank heavens, and I didn't realize it was him)...but I wouldn't in a million years think of harming anyone else's property just because they're an idiot.  


Ignorance and idiocy are enough of a cross for them to bear. 

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Louisville police, county attorney's office hide 738,000 records in Explorer sex abuse case


Louisville Metro Police concealed at least 738,000 records documenting the sexual abuse of Explorer Scouts by two officers — then lied to keep the files from the public, records show.


The Courier Journal last year requested all records regarding sexual abuse of minors by two officers in the Explorer Scout program for youths interested in law enforcement careers.


Police officials and the Jefferson County Attorney’s Office said they couldn't comply, insisting all the records had been turned over to the FBI for its investigation.


But that wasn't true, according to records The Courier Journal recently obtained in the appeal of its open records case. 


In fact, the department still had at least 738,000 records, which the city allowed to be deleted.


The records could shed light on when department and city officials first learned of allegations of sexual abuse of youths by officers in the program and what the officials did — or failed to do — about it.


"I have practiced open records law since the law was enacted 45 years ago, and I have never seen anything so brazen," said Jon Fleischaker, an attorney for The Courier Journal. "I think it an outrage."


Another lawyer for The Courier Journal, Michael Abate, said the city’s conduct was especially egregious given the case involves the sexual abuse of children by police officers and the department’s failure to prevent it. 


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Judge Calls Out ‘Badge of Fraud’ in Proposed Divorce Settlement Between Derek Chauvin and Wife


Derek Chauvin, the lead defendant in the alleged second-degree murder of Minnesota man George Floyd, just hit a major bump in the road in his ongoing divorce. Washington County Judge Juanita Freeman rejected a proposed, uncontested settlement because wife Kellie Chauvin was going to get almost all of the husband’s assets, according to Fox 9. The judge described such scenarios as a “badge of fraud” in uncontested divorces.


Freeman says both sides can revise the settlement, but must show a balance sheet detailing their debts. Both of the Chauvins were previously charged in an ongoing case in which they allegedly underreported their taxes. Derek Chauvin is also being sued in federal court over Floyd’s death.


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San Francisco officer is charged with on-duty homicide. The DA says it's a first


A former San Francisco Police officer was charged with homicide Monday in connection with a 2017 on-duty shooting. The city's district attorney's office said in a news release that it believes this is the first time a city law enforcement officer has been charged with an on-duty homicide.


Former San Francisco officer Chris Samayoa is charged with fatally shooting 42-year-old Keita O'Neil, a Black man suspected of carjacking a California State Lottery minivan, according to the news release.


Samayoa has been charged with voluntary manslaughter, involuntary manslaughter, assault with a semiautomatic firearm, assault by police officer and discharge of a firearm with gross negligence, the release said.


The District Attorney's Office said that on December 1, 2017, Samayoa and another officer followed the van O'Neil was in for a few blocks before it reached a dead-end street, where the news release says O'Neil jumped out of the vehicle and began to run on foot. Samayoa, who was sitting in the passenger seat, is charged with fatally shooting O'Neil through the passenger side window of the patrol vehicle, according to the release.

O'Neil did not have a weapon, the release said. Although Samayoa did not turn his body camera on until after the shooting, the release said, the camera still captured the shooting because of an automatic buffering system. O'Neil's death was ruled a homicide.


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