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‘Let’s Be Realistic’: Rochester Police Union Head Defends Pepper-Spraying 9-Year-Old Girl

 

After body camera footage of Rochester police pepper-spraying and handcuffing a 9-year-old girl was released Sunday, the head of the police union sprung to his officers’ defense. “It’s very very difficult to get somebody into the back of a police car like that. And she’s 9 years old. Imagine what happens when we have a full grown individual,” Mike Mazzeo, the police union’s president, said. “I’m not saying there’s not better ways to do things, but let’s be realistic here in what we’re facing,” he added, perhaps not realizing the irony of his earlier hypothetical. At a press conference Sunday, deputy police chief Andre Anderson said officers reported to the home because the girl “indicated she wanted to kill herself and she wanted to kill her mom.” Later on Monday, the city announced that the police officers involved in the call had been suspended, pending an internal investigation.

 

 

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On 2/1/2021 at 2:31 PM, ExoDus84 said:

I just read that story. If some hero cop thought he was a badass and pepper sprayed my child, I'd be going to jail for assault on a PO.

 

****ing POS.


 

sounds like it was the mother that needed to be pepper sprayed. I hope that her mom no longer has custody of her.  It looked like her mom smacked her in the face in front of the cop. And then put a hole bunch of adult issues on the kid blaming her.
 

Horrible situation all around....

4 hours ago, Larry said:

Next person who sees that guy in the grocery store should pepper spray him.  (Or one of his kids).  Then announce that he did no harm.  

 


What did his kids do?

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Phoenix Police Department trophy celebrates shooting man in groin during protests

 

After shooting a protester in the groin, a special team of Phoenix Police officers celebrated the shot with commemorative coins to sell and share.

 

The “challenge coins” clearly depict the man being shot on the front and have the date of the protest on the back, according to images and photos obtained by ABC15.

 

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Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams was made aware of the coins, but no officers were disciplined, records show.

 

“They relish in the use of violence against these protesters,” said Jared Keenan, an attorney with ACLU Arizona. “It sends a clear message that this is the appropriate way to act. It’s okay not only to use extreme violence against protesters, but to glorify it and relish in it.”

 

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8 minutes ago, China said:

“They relish in the use of violence against these protesters,” said Jared Keenan, an attorney with ACLU Arizona. “It sends a clear message that this is the appropriate way to act. It’s okay not only to use extreme violence against protesters, but to glorify it and relish in it.”

 

 

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Bellwood Police Commander Charged With Possession of Child Pornography

 

A suburban DuPage County judge set bond at $150,000 Saturday for a Bellwood police commander who was charged with three counts of possession of child pornography.

 

According to the DuPage County State's Attorney's Office, John Trevarthen, 45, of Lombard, used a personal IP address as well as an IP address owned by the village of Bellwood to view child pornography through the app "Kik."

 

In mid-January, according to prosecutors, a Lombard Police Department detective received a tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children regarding suspected child pornography videos and photographs that were allegedly uploaded on a smart phone file-sharing application with an email address that registered to a home in Lombard.

 

On Feb. 5, officers performed a traffic stop on Trevarthen and seized his personal iPhone. Additionally, detectives executed a search warrant at his home and seized an iPad, prosecutors said.

 

"The allegations against Mr. Trevarthen are disturbing,” DuPage County State's Attorney Robert Berlin said in a news release.

 

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Outlaw says altered image of police motto used by NBC10 ‘insulting’ and that station has apologized

 

Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw said Thursday night that NBC10 has apologized for including a graphic in a news segment that altered the wording on the Philadelphia Police Department’s motto to “coffee, corruption, donuts.”

 

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1 hour ago, ClaytoAli said:

Even though she had a knife, no reason not to shoot her in the butt. She didn’t have to die. She thought the cops were going to endanger her children.

 

Nevada County sheriff releases video of deputy fatally shooting mother holding knife.

https://www.sacbee.com/news/local/crime/article249319390.html

 

Sorry.  Disagree.  

 

While I would hope that possession of a knife does not instantly cause a cop to draw and fire, likewise, if there was a knife in that person's hand, then I'm unlikely to be condemning the officer who does shoot.  

 

I'll save my outrage for the cops who shoot unarmed people.  

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I can't see the video, so I won't comment on this video specifically. However, I've seen plenty of videos of a dude with a gun being taken in peacefully, whether he was a killer or not. Just because lethal force was allowed per the police handbook, doesn't always mean lethal force should be used. These police couldn't handle a women with a knife, so the shot her. I could've done that, what exactly are these cops being trained to do?

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State Troopers in Louisiana Kept Turning Off Their Bodycams and Allegedly Beating People

 

Four Louisiana state troopers who turned off their bodycams to dole out beatings to suspects in their custody have been arrested and charged for using excessive force.

 

After a lengthy internal investigation, the Louisiana State Police announced that George Harper, 26, Dakota DeMoss, 28, Jacob Brown, 30, and Randall Dickerson, 34, would all face charges of simple battery and malfeasance in connection to a 2019 incident and a 2020 incident, according to an official release on the agency’s Facebook page. They were placed in police custody Monday afternoon.

 

“The unjustifiable use of force by our personnel is inexcusable and tarnishes the exemplary work of our dedicated men and women of the Department of Public Safety,” Col. Lamar Davis, Louisiana State Police superintendent, said in a statement Monday.

 

The first incident involved a traffic stop in July 2019. After discovering narcotics in the vehicle of a man in Ouachita Parish, both Brown and Dickerson placed the man in handcuffs. The officers then turned off their body cameras and allegedly used excessive force (the release offered scant details). The two troopers then falsely reported that the suspect had resisted arrest during the encounter.

 

The second incident occurred during a pursuit in Franklin Parish last May. After officers successfully deployed a tire deflation device during the chase, the suspect exited his vehicle and surrendered by lying flat on the ground, according to the state police. But instead of taking the driver into custody, Troopers Harper, DeMoss, and Brown deactivated their bodycams and used excessive force while placing the suspect in handcuffs. 

 

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