Latest Articles: Watching The Cops
Man accused of ambushing officers killed in California police shootout
Post Date: 2020-06-25 01:28:41 by Gatlin
Man accused of ambushing officers killed in California police shootout A man suspected of ambushing and shooting a California sheriffs deputy was killed on Thursday after a shootout with police, authorities said. Three officers suffered non-life-threatening injuries on Thursday afternoon, a day after the alleged ambush in Paso Robles. A spokesman for the San Luis Obispo sheriff confirmed the death of Mason James Lira, 26. Details of the circumstances around his death were not immediately available. Officers from the Arroyo Grande police department, California highway patrol and Kings County sheriffs office were wounded. Lira is accused of ambushing and seriously ...
OC Sheriff Says Deputy on Leave for Wearing Symbols ‘Associated with Extremist Groups’
Post Date: 2020-06-23 11:25:30 by Gatlin
OC Sheriff Says Deputy on Leave for Wearing Symbols Associated with Extremist Groups A still frame of a video posted to Reddit showing an OC sheriff's deputy wearing symbols associated with militia groups. The video was said to have been taken at a protest in Costa Mesa the evening of Tuesday, June 2, 2020. An Orange County sheriffs deputy working at a protest is facing an internal investigation and has been placed on leave for wearing a patch with symbols that Sheriff Don Barnes office described as associated with extremist groups. Images circulating online Wednesday showed a deputy wearing a patch with the symbols of two groups called Oath ...
The Pandemic Is the Right Time to Defund the Police
Post Date: 2020-05-31 20:17:00 by Hondo68
The coronavirus has slowed much American police work, but the rate of police killings has remained relatively unchanged. Chandan Khanna/AFP/Getty Images The pandemic has slowed much American police work, but police are still working. As of May 17, 375 people had been shot and killed by on-duty police officers in 2020about the same rate as other recent years despite the coronavirus pandemic, Wesley Lowery, who helped track killings at The Washington Post, observed on Tuesday. Just a day before, a 46-year-old black man named George Floyd was killed by a white Minneapolis police officer who pinned him to the ground, kneeling on his neck for five minutes. Floyds last ...
Cop Arrested for Terrorizing and Sexually Grooming Little Girl He Stalked on Minecraft
Post Date: 2020-05-24 00:00:55 by Deckard
Illustrating the sadistic and predatory nature of those who claim to keep us safe, for five years, Pasquale Salas terrorized a young girl he met on Minecraft. For much of that time Salas was a police officer. Not until he was caught in the act and arrested in 2019 did the Matagorda County Sheriffs Office fire him. Last week, Salas pleaded guilty to federal charges of cyberstalking and sexual exploitation of a minor after prosecutors say he coerced a young girl into sending explicit videos and photos of herself to him and then threatening harm to she and her family once she tried to break it off. The girl, whose name is being withheld because she was a minor and a victim of ...
Undercover cops to enforce Ohio Covid Laws
Post Date: 2020-05-22 23:19:58 by Hondo68
Undercover agents enforcing state health rules at restaurants, bars © Provided/Akron Beacon Journal Plainclothes agents with the Ohio Investigative Unit are out checking to see if there's a group larger than 10, patrons congregating in open areas, or around the bar or people using pool tables and video games - all things still not alowed under the state health order. As patrons potentially flock to bars and restaurants over the holiday weekend, extra undercover agents will be out to observe, educate and, if necessary, enforce the states public health order to thwart the spread of coronavirus.The agents are part of the Ohio Investigative Unit, which is made up of ...
Fact Check - "Bad Cops"
Post Date: 2020-04-18 20:22:22 by Gatlin
Fact Check Bad Cops Latest information shows there are 686,665 full-time law enforcement officers in the US. A recent study finds there are around 1,100 police officers arrested each year. That is an averare of 3 each day. This means that only 0.15 percent of all cops are arrested. The latest data base shows there were a tptal of 10,350,950 people arrested in the US in 2018. The census for 2018 shows the population of the US to 327,200,000. This indicates that 3.16 percent of the US population was arrested. Records show there is an average of 3 bad cops arrested each day. And there are multiple websites dully dedicated to locating those stories and editorializing ...
Here's What Happens To Those Threatening NJ Cops With Coronavirus
Post Date: 2020-04-06 02:05:31 by Gatlin
Here's What Happens To Those Threatening NJ Cops With Coronavirus Strong punishment is coming for eight people in eight NJ towns who allegedly threatened to give police officers the coronavirus, police say. NEW JERSEY If you threaten a New Jersey police officer with the coronavirus, you're going to suffer for it, authorities say. Eight people in eight New Jersey towns may soon find out how tough that punishment will get (see list below). Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal says his office has taken over prosecution of at least six cases and is filing upgraded charges against defendants who allegedly threatened police officers by spitting or coughing at them and claiming ...
In rural America, cops are delivering groceries to vulnerable residents
Post Date: 2020-04-06 01:22:03 by Gatlin
In rural America, cops are delivering groceries to vulnerable residents Major Bobby Reed of the Bourbon County, Kansas, sheriff's department had an idea when he saw that some stores were offering special hours just for elderly customers during the coronavirus crisis: He would start making grocery and prescription deliveries for at-risk residents himself. "These people don't need to get out. They're in a vulnerable age group," the 10-year veteran of the department thought. So he posted on Facebook that he'd volunteer to deliver to elderly residents, shoppers with disabilities and veterans. His rural county, located five miles east of the Missouri border, has ...
A Minnesota trooper pulled over a doctor for speeding. Then he gave her his N95 medical masks
Post Date: 2020-04-06 00:43:53 by Gatlin
A Minnesota trooper pulled over a doctor for speeding. Then he gave her his N95 medical masks Trooper gives doctor medical masks instead of speeding ticket 02:35 (CNN)A Minnesota state trooper moved a doctor to tears when he turned what should have been a speeding ticket into a heartwarming act of kindness. Dr. Sarosh Ashraf Janjua, a cardiologist at a coronavirus quarantine unit in Duluth, was pulled over by Trooper Brian Schwartz for speeding on March 21. But instead of a ticket, Schwartz handed Janjua five N95 masks he was supposed to use as protection -- along with a firm warning for speeding. "I burst into tears. And though it may just have been the cold wind, I think he ...
Oklahoma: Cop Murders Unarmed Mentally Ill Man With Hands Up - Gets 10 Years In Prison
Post Date: 2019-12-27 21:37:13 by Tooconservative
Oklahoma City, OK Another homicide of an unarmed mentally-ill civilian took place again last year at the hands of law enforcement. And while most police officers enjoy special protections under the law, called qualified immunity from prosecution, this time, an Oklahoma City police officer was charged with second-degree murder and sentenced to 10 years. In November, a jury convicted former officer Keith Sweeney of second-degree murder and recommended he spend 10 years in prison for it. This month, a judge agreed and handed down the ten years. Oklahoma County District Judge Natalie Mai handed down the sentence last week, telling Sweeney he shouldnt be ...
Police Therapy Dog Caught Committing Christmas Crime
Post Date: 2019-12-21 10:43:48 by nolu chan
Police Therapy Dog Caught Committing Christmas Crime Nate Church Breitbart 20 Dec 2019 Franklin Police Department therapy dog Ben Franklin was caught pilfering a baby doll on Wednesday. We learned an extremely valuable lesson today, the department wrote of the adorable caper in a Facebook post that is going viral. When you have a classroom full of toys ready to be shipped off to the Santa Foundation, they said, you should close the door to the classroom, or leave the toys elevated. If not, they observed, a golden retriever will slowly hoard them throughout the day and bring them back to his lair. Thanks to Officer ...
The Postman v The AGW
Post Date: 2019-12-17 18:44:08 by Anthem
Brave, Compassionate Officer Tells "Why I Wear the Badge"
Post Date: 2019-11-03 01:51:09 by nolu chan
https://www.facebook.com/CityofRochesterNY/videos/672032423297336/ Brave, Compassionate Officer Tells "Why I Wear the Badge" "Why I Wear the Badge" City of Rochester, NY - Mayor's Office Today is the final day to apply to become a Rochester Police Officer. Get your application in, and don't miss out on an awesome opportunity to serve and protect your community! In "Why I Wear the Badge," Officer Javier Algarin finds that being an officer is rewarding in more ways than one. VIDEO at link. https://www.facebook.com/CityofRochesterNY/videos/672032423297336/ On a call, wonderful Officer Javier Algarin found a puppy stuck underrneath a storage unit on ...
Siblings Outraged by Their Brother's Fatal Shooting Dismiss the Fact That He was an Armed Robber - "Oh Well!"
Post Date: 2019-10-13 15:56:27 by Tooconservative
Two siblings are outraged at the shooting death of their brother. An employee at a Dayton Dollar General gunned him down. Tragically, 23-year-old Roosevelt Rappley was fired upon inside the store along the 2200 block of North Gettysburg Avenue Wednesday night. Siblings Rochelle and Tone Rappley are furious. Rochelle told local Channel 7 the worker had no business having a gun onsite to start with, let alone fatally targeting her brother. Horribly, Roosevelts the pairs second of ten siblings to perish from gun violence. [W]rong is wrong. That was wrong for that clerk to shoot my brother in the chest
Tones in complete shock: I still dont ...
"Abuse By The Police" Documentary Allows Victims Of Rape By Cops Who Got Away Scot Free To Speak Out
Post Date: 2019-10-13 15:13:13 by Tooconservative
I know, I know, a few bad apples
, but I also know a few good ones too. With that said, calling out criminal and corrupt police officers is the duty of the media and the people. After all, COPS has a complete hour to push propaganda that every cop and every bust is legitimate and lawful, but youll never see an episode of COPS exposing police corruption or criminality, not one. Thus, this is why we exist and that is to promote reporting on the crimes or not just politicians, but those entrusted to uphold and enforce the law, something by the way that citizens in the militia should be enforcing. According to the YouTube description: Ellie Flynn investigates the ...
The Free Thought Project - Florida police seize a man's gun without due process
Post Date: 2019-10-02 01:51:16 by Gatlin
After the Parkland school shooting, Florida lawmakers passed a so-called "red flag" law that aims to keep guns out of the hands of people deemed to be a threat to others or themselves. The new law went into effect March 9, quickly stoking concern among people about lost freedom. A March 18 headline posted on the Free Thought Project said, "It begins: Florida police now confiscating guns from people with no due process." The post went on to say a man in Lighthouse Point in Broward County, like Parkland had his guns taken away before he was determined to be mentally unfit and before he was accused of a crime, making him the first person in the state to ...
Dallas Police Officer Who Walked into Wrong Apartment and Killed Neighbor Found Guilty of Murder
Post Date: 2019-10-01 15:45:49 by Tooconservative
Former Dallas police officer Amber R. Guyger thought she had entered her own apartment. It wasnt. Instead, she shot and killed her neighbor, which sparked national headlines. Guyger is white. Her neighbor and victim, Botham Shem Jean, was black. Guyger said she felt threatened and acted in self-defense. The jury rejected that argument and Guyger now faces 5 to 99 years in prison. There is no evidence that Guyger had any racial motivations concerning this horrible event. Yet, heres The New York Times trying to stoke up racial tensions, which is juxtaposed with their own reporting that race was never really mentioned during the trial, though decided to add that drama in ...
Colorado Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Eric "F*ck Cops" Brandt [jury nullification win]
Post Date: 2019-09-24 14:02:49 by Tooconservative
Eric Brandt with one of his "Fuck Cops" displays. Courtesy of Eric Brandt Eric Brandt has been a thorn in the paw of the justice system and metro-area authority figures for years. His protests are highlighted by homemade signs reading "Fuck Cops" and more; he was once given a ninety-day jail stint for chalking a sidewalk with controversial messages. But on September 23, the Colorado Supreme Court handed a victory to Brandt and fellow demonstrator Mark Iannicelli, determining that their 2015 arrest for passing out jury nullification literature was entirely unjustified. "This is a victory for free speech," Brandt said in a typically eccentric video he ...
Police shoot man who struck officer with his car
Post Date: 2019-09-10 01:37:43 by Gatlin
NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - A Metro Police officer shot a man who struck the officer with his car early Saturday morning. The incident started along 5th Avenue and Broadway just after midnight. Police say someone flagged them down and told them a man was waiving a gun and threatening people from inside his car. When officers approached the suspect's Chrysler 300, he drove off and nearly hit pedestrians. Police say he hit a patrol car and at least three civilian vehicles. The driver also struck Sergeant Kris Delap, who then fired shots at the vehicle, hitting the suspect. The suspect has been identified as 30-year-old Pasquala Walls, who is from Memphis. Walls drove down to the Exxon on ...
Seriously Violent Video shows officer fatally shoot suspected kidnapper
Post Date: 2019-09-07 09:44:32 by Tooconservative
The Civilian Office of Police Accountability released video Friday of a Chicago police officer fatally shooting a suspected kidnapper on the Northwest Side. The body camera video shows an officer confronting a man July 8 in an apartment in the Belmont Central neighborhood. After partially entering the room, the police officer yells, Dont move. Chicago police. Dont move, the video shows. The suspect, reclined on the sofa, leans forward, yells something inaudible and begins to turn over, the video shows. As the suspect places his hand near an apparent handgun on the edge of the sofa, the officer lets off several shots, and the suspect falls to the ground. He died ...
Why We Hate Cops [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2019-09-01 11:57:47 by Gatlin
It should come as no surprise to anyone that deranged cop hating is integrated into your nature and character with roots having long ago been implanted among your Paultard libertarian classless ilk traced back through the years all the way to 2010 and even further beyond. To validate my charge against you, I refer you to article published in The Libertarian Enterprise and titled: Why We Hate Cops. The article follows: I remember the first time I heard anyone in "regular" society express hatred for cops (I'm not counting "revolutionary" times back in the '60's which on retrospect appear not to have been very serious). It was a friend of mine, a ...
Alleged Pedophile Cop Caught by His Own Department in South Carolina
Post Date: 2019-08-27 02:00:28 by Tooconservative
According to Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott, one of his deputies was busted by his own department during an undercover investigation into child sex. Derek Vandenham, 34, was allegedly communicating to have sex with a 15-year-old when officers arrested him. Lott claims that Vandenham was working on-duty in [Lotts] car when he was taken into custody last week. That was something that made me sick to my stomach to know that one of my deputies that I trusted and that we put out here in this community was one of these monsters, Lott said regarding the incident. Since his arrest, Vandenham has been let go from the force. The investigation, called ...
Former Clovis Police employee arrested for alleged sexual assault on a minor
Post Date: 2019-08-27 01:40:33 by Tooconservative
FRESNO, California (KSEE/KGPE) A former Community Service Officer with Clovis Police has been arrested for sexual assault of a minor. Clovis Police announced Monday that 26-year-old Mitchell Singh is facing more than 30 allegations of acts of sexual misconduct. Investigators add that all allegations took place while Singh was off-duty and not in his capacity as an employee of the City of Clovis. Officers say he was released from his employment in July, for reasons unrelated to these charges. Singh is facing charges of lewd and lascivious acts to a child and of continual acts to a child under the age of 14. The investigation is ongoing and anyone with information about the ...
A Florida woman was fined $100,000 for a dirty pool and overgrown grass. When do fines become excessive? [she didn't even own it]
Post Date: 2019-07-20 15:06:48 by Tooconservative
DUNEDIN, Fla. Kristi Allen read the letter and thought it had to be a scam. It said she owed $92,600 in fines for overgrown vegetation and a stagnant swimming pool at a house she no longer owned. She must pay in two weeks, the letter said, hinting that she could be sued if she didn't. Including interest charges and other fees, her debt swelled to $103,559, about twice her yearly income. Three months later, in late 2018, the city of Dunedin sued to collect, setting off another legal fight over how local governments use their power to impose heavy fines on citizens. What Allen, 38, a mother of two, thought had to be a scam turned into a nightmare she said could ...
Revolutionary Precedent: EVERYTHING Cop Owns is Seized to Pay Back Man He Paralyzed
Post Date: 2019-04-22 17:05:28 by Hondo68
Palm Beach, FL In what could be one of the most effective solutions for excessive force by police, federal marshals seized the personal possessions from the sofa and lamps to clothing and an iron of a South Florida deputy who shot a man holding a cell phone, paralyzing him. Palm Beach County Sheriffs Deputy Adams Lin spotted 19-year-old Dontrell Stephens in a high-crime area the mans own low-income neighborhood on September 13, 2013, riding a bicycle in a manner the deputy found suspicious. Lin stopped the youth, who dismounted the bike with a cell phone in his hand and slowly approached the officer. Just outside the range of dash ...
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