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The Disposable Life of a 20-Year-Old Confidential Informant
Post Date: 2015-06-18 18:56:58 by Hondo68
Andrew Sadek was bullied into becoming an informant by an unaccountable drug task force. When he turned up dead, police washed their hands of him. On June 27, 2014, the body of 20-year-old Andrew Sadek, a promising electrical student at the North Dakota State College of Science (NDSCS) in Wahpeton, North Dakota, was pulled from the Red River bordering North Dakota and Minnesota. Missing for two months, the young man was found shot in the head, wearing a backpack filled with rocks.  The grisly death of a college student in one of the safest towns in the state, where violent crime is extremely rare, did not lead to a sweeping investigation. In fact, ...

Lost Elderly Woman Riding Scooter Gets Police Escort Home
Post Date: 2015-06-16 03:17:59 by GrandIsland
"(The) trooper had to point out on a map where they were and she realized it, then they had to figure out how to get her home," Francis said. Since the woman was unable to walk, their only option was to call for an ambulance and they'd have to strap her to a backboard to get her home, then figure out a way to get her scooter to her, Francis said. So instead, the trooper mapped out the route to her home decided to give her a police escort, riding behind her at a very slow speed with his lights on to make sure no one would hit her. "(The trooper) said he drove her 3 1/2 miles at 6 mph to finally get her home," Francis said. Francis said the trooper was eager to get ...

EXCLUSIVE: Jury awards $325K to female NYPD cop who claimed her boss was a pervert obsessed with her panties
Post Date: 2015-06-15 20:41:17 by cranky
Officer Augustina Balu accused her boss of being a horndog who often tried to bed her and made comments about her underwear A federal jury has awarded $325,000 to a female NYPD cop who claimed she was sexually harassed by a creepy lieutenant obsessed with the color of her “granny panties,” the Daily News has learned. The verdict came down Friday in favor of Police Officer Augustina Balu, a veteran transit cop who was suing Lt. Denis McAuliffe for allegedly retaliating against her after she rebuffed his relentless campaign to bed her. Jurors rejected the retaliation claims, but found that Balu, 44, was subjected to a hostile work environment and ordered McAuliffe to pay $25,000 ...

CNN Anchor Refers to Dallas Gunman’s Actions as ‘Courageous and Brave’
Post Date: 2015-06-14 08:26:05 by Tooconservative
During a discussion on the Dallas Police headquarters shooting this afternoon, CNN anchor Fredricka Whitfield appears to have really misspoken in referring to the gunman’s actions as “courageous and brave.” Whitfield was speaking to CNN legal analyst Philip Holloway when she said this: “It was very courageous and brave, if not crazy as well, to open fire on the police headquarters, and now you have this scene, this standoff. So you believe these are the hallmarks of more than one person’s involvement.” We have reached out to CNN for comment. Poster Comment:The YouTube comments are priceless.

7 Reasons Why Police are More Dangerous to Americans than ISIS
Post Date: 2015-06-13 16:31:15 by Hondo68
Everywhere, USA: If you think it’s absurd to compare the men and women in blue uniform to terrorists, just read the definition of terrorism. Terrorism: the use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims. The Free Thought Project has compiled a list of 7 examples that shows why comparing police to ISIS is not so crazy. In fact, it proves that police are far more dangerous to Americans, and our freedoms than any terrorist group on earth. #7 The fact that the US government funded and essentially created ISIS, and the police are powerless to jail those who were responsible. While there are over 3 thousand people serving life without parole in America for nonviolent, ...

LAPD officer acted 'improperly' in shooting dead mentally ill man, oversight panel finds
Post Date: 2015-06-11 09:16:16 by cranky
An oversight panel found Los Angeles Police Department Officer Sharlton Wampler was unjustified in shooting Ezell Ford, 25, in AugustThe panel also found that Officer Antonio Villegas was wrong to draw his weapon initially but acted appropriately when he shot the man twiceThe two stopped Ford, there was a struggle, Villegas shot the man twice and Wampler pulled out a backup gun afterward and fired a third shotA Los Angeles police officer had no reason to stop and question a black man last year and that violation of department policy led to an altercation that ended with the fatal shooting of the man, an oversight panel found.The Los Angeles Police Commission unanimously determined Tuesday ...

Baltimore cops on soaring crime rate: The public wanted a softer police force and now they’ve got it
Post Date: 2015-06-10 22:39:42 by Tooconservative
The numbers don’t lie. There were 23 homicides and 39 nonfatal shootings in Baltimore in May 2014. Through 29 days of May 2015, there were 42 homicides and 104 nonfatal shootings. Gulp. Why are arrests down so sharply? Some cops may fear that criminals have turned more aggressive and confrontational after a year of high-profile allegations of police brutality, from the protests in Ferguson to the assassination of two officers in New York to the riots over Freddie Gray in Baltimore. Jack Dunphy, a cop himself, noted in a piece for PJM last month that crime rates are up in multiple major cities nationwide. Can’t be a coincidence. For other officers, it’s not fear of perps ...

NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton says it's hard to hire black cops because too many have criminal histories
Post Date: 2015-06-10 09:18:09 by cranky
The NYPD has a hard time hiring black men to become police officers because too many have criminal records, the city’s top cop said in an interview.  NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton said it’s a challenge to find hirable blacks because so many African-American men have been arrested. “We have a significant population gap among African-American males because so many of them have spent time in jail and, as such, we can’t hire them,” Bratton said in an interview published Tuesday by The Guardian, a British newspaper with a New York bureau. Bratton put at least part of the blame on the NYPD’s use of the controversial tactic stop-and-frisk, according to The ...

McKinney officer resigns due to actions in pool party video
Post Date: 2015-06-09 18:48:44 by GeorgiaConservative
McKinney Police Corporal Eric Casebolt has resigned after video showed him pushing a 15-year-old girl in a swimsuit to the ground and pointing his firearm at other teens. Casebolt's lawyer informed FOX4 of Casebolt's decision. The video of the Friday incident involving Casebolt at a McKinney neighborhood pool went viral and had initially landed Casebolt on administrative leave while police officials conduct an investigation. Casebolt was seen pulling Dajerria Becton to the ground and pinning her with his knees while she cried out. He also pulled out his gun and pointed it at other teens and briefly ran after them before being stopped by two fellow McKinney police officers. ...

Bikini-clad girl thrown to ground by McKinney officer speaks out
Post Date: 2015-06-08 21:44:01 by GrandIsland
'I was telling him to get off me because my back was hurting bad' The bikini-clad teenage girl who was forcibly restrained by a police officer responding to a disturbance at a pool party in a Dallas suburb over the weekend says she was an invited guest and was obeying his orders to leave when he grabbed her. "He told me to keep walking," Dajerria Becton, 15, told Fox 4. "And I kept walking and then I'm guessing he thought we were saying rude stuff to him." Becton was then thrown to the ground by Eric Casebolt, one of 12 McKinney Police Department officers who responded to the disturbance call at a private community pool Friday night. He grabbed ...

Guy beats up two cops and knocks one out for touching his weed
Post Date: 2015-06-08 01:06:36 by GeorgiaConservative
Bystanders only watch, shouting "f*** the police" and not helping because of recent events involving police in America. Civilians not intervening to help cops in public struggles will only get more common as police make less friends. Click for Full Text!

Jury convicts female LA officer of assault in deadly arrest
Post Date: 2015-06-06 22:07:25 by Tooconservative
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jurors on Friday convicted a female Los Angeles police officer of felony assault for repeatedly kicking a handcuffed woman who later died. The jury of 11 women and one man reached its verdict after about two days of deliberations in the trial of Officer Mary O'Callaghan, 50. She pleaded not guilty to assaulting a civilian in the 2012 arrest of Alesia Thomas, 35. Dressed in a black pantsuit, O'Callaghan wiped her face, appearing to cry after the verdict was read. Robert Rico, O'Callaghan's attorney, said he plans to appeal and ask for a new trial. "I firmly believe the evidence presented by the prosecution did not show her force was ...

Texas Judge Refuses to be a Part of Traffic Ticket Scheme, Blows the Whistle on Policing for Profit
Post Date: 2015-06-05 08:40:13 by Deckard
Calvert, Texas – Retired municipal court judge David Viscarde has recently come forward to expose the use of quotas on speeding tickets. In an exclusive interview this week, Viscarde told WFAA that the police department and the local courts were involved in a revenue collection scheme where officers had quotas for speeding tickets, and judges were pressured to rush the cases through the courts. Viscarde was a volunteer municipal court judge for over 15 years. “When I first became a judge, we had one reserve officer. That’s all he did on Friday and Saturday every other weekend. He’d write 100 citations,” Viscarde said. “Their municipal court is their cash ...

Baltimore Homicides Approach Record High
Post Date: 2015-06-03 09:52:22 by GrandIsland
The month of May approached an all-time high for homicides in the city of Baltimore. With 43 reported homicides last month, May 2015 counts the most in more than 40 years, according to the Baltimore Sun recordkeeping. City records online only date back to 2011, show the most homicides committed in a one-month span of time peak at 27. The five deadliest months since 1970, according to the Sun, include: Homicides by Month December 1971: 44 August 1972: 45 August 1990: 42 August 1996: 39 May 2015: 43 U.S. Census Bureau estimates put Baltimore’s population around 622,000, down 31 percent from about 906,000 in 1970. Homicides rose in May as arrests plummeted, which some attribute to ...

Mount Pleasant police officer pulls man from burning car
Post Date: 2015-06-03 09:17:59 by GrandIsland
Cpl. Adam Willis’ dash-cam video shows him pulling a man from a burning car outside Vickery’s in Mount Pleasant early Saturday morning. Mount Pleasant Police Department via YouTube A Mount Pleasant police officer pulled a man from a burning car over the weekend, possibly saving his life. Cpl. Adam Willis came upon a car engulfed in flames in the Vickery’s parking lot about 4:35 a.m. Saturday, according to the incident report. Willis ran toward the car with a fire extinguisher and started putting out the fire before realizing there was a man sitting in the driver’s seat. Willis pulled the man from the car and helped him run clear. “Corporal Willis’ quick ...

Teen got arrested after cop tried to pick her up, failed
Post Date: 2015-06-02 16:50:15 by cranky
Natalie ErlichA Bronx teen landed a $45,000 payout after an NYPD cop flirted with her — and then busted the 17-year-old on bogus charges because she brushed him off, according to court documents. Natalie Erlich says she was grabbing an after-school snack with two female friends on Nov. 4, 2013, when Officer José Peinan and another cop struck up a conversation with them in Kingsbridge. “I had on a camouflage hat and [Peinan] had on camouflage pants,” Erlich, now 19, told The Post. “He said, ‘We match.’ I brushed him off and I laughed.” Erlich went around the corner to buy a cup of hot cocoa, and the plainclothes cop followed her, she alleged. ...

LAPD officer suspected in murder is arrested in Mexico, officials say
Post Date: 2015-05-31 14:46:25 by GeorgiaConservative
A two-month manhunt for an ex-LAPD officer accused of murder ended Tuesday when the 27-year-old was arrested in Mexico, authorities said. Chihuahua state authorities said Henry Solis resisted arrest, but no shots were fired when he was apprehended in Juarez, across the Rio Grande from El Paso, Texas. Solis told authorities he knew his capture was coming “sooner or later,” Mexican officials said at a news conference. One state police official said Solis was “hidden among relatives” in the El Mezquital neighborhood where he was arrested. The official, Pablo Ernesto Rocha Acosta, didn’t give specifics about what led investigators to the neighborhood, saying only ...

Santa Clara Police "Deeply Saddened” By Arrest of Officer Accused of Stealing $250 Smart Watch
Post Date: 2015-05-31 14:01:20 by GeorgiaConservative
Santa Clara police on Wednesday said they were "deeply saddened" that one of their officers was arrested after allegedly stealing a $250 watch from a Target store in San Jose. The Mercury News first reported that Officer Kiet Nguyen, a 24-year department veteran, took the unspecified smart watch at the Westgate Center shopping mall, San Jose police said. Click for Full Text!

Florida police officer arrested on child abuse charges
Post Date: 2015-05-31 12:38:46 by GeorgiaConservative
KISSIMMEE, Fla. — A Kissimmee police officer was arrested Friday and charged with child abuse. Detectives obtained an arrest warrant charging Officer Mario Badia with child abuse. On May 8, a 13-year-old boy said he had an altercation with School Resource Officer Mario Badia in the front office of Kissimmee Middle School. School administrators contacted the Kissimmee Police Department about the incident, and the Criminal Investigation Division conducted an investigation into the case. Investigators said the incident was caught on surveillance cameras. Click for Full Text!

Chicago Police Delete 86 Minutes From Security Video Showing Cops Shoot Unarmed Teen
Post Date: 2015-05-30 16:50:32 by Deckard
By all eye-witness accounts 17-year-old Laquan McDonald was unarmed when Chicago police officers shot and killed him. But since the shooting occurred, police apologists have asserted that the surveillance video of the incident would clear everything up. But instead of clarifying what happened, the footage actually appears to have been tampered with. Once released, it was quickly noticed that the footage had 86 minutes deleted from the security camera video. The camera was from a Burger King restaurant which is located less than 100 yards from where the shooting occurred. That placed it in a prime location to catch the fatal shooting of 17-year old Laquan McDonald. McDonald was shot a ...

K-9 saves Hancock County deputy from ambush attack
Post Date: 2015-05-26 21:31:10 by cranky
A multi-agency manhunt is under way after a deputy was ambushed, beaten, and cut with a box cutter in Pearlington on Monday evening. A manhunt is under way after a Hancock County Sheriff's Department deputy was saved by his dog from an ambush attack by three men. The deputy, Todd Frazier, was beaten and cut with a box cutter in Pearlington on Monday, Sheriff Ricky Adam said. If it wasn't for his K9 partner, a black Belgian Malinois named Lucas, they might have succeeded. "They told him they were going to slit his throat, and they were dragging him toward the woods," Chief Deputy Don Bass said, adding that authorities believe the attackers meant to drag Frazier into the ...

Cops Turn into Bullies After they’re Filmed Breaking the Very Laws they are Supposed to Enforce
Post Date: 2015-05-26 20:46:41 by Deckard
On May 18, the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office conducted a large-scale revenue collection operation masked as concern for public safety. A post on their Facebook page explains how the revenue collection initiative will be heavily enforced during the last two weeks in May. They describe how in a single four-hour event, 27 officers were able to conduct 227 traffic stops. In four hours this event resulted in: 227 traffic stops, 159 seatbelt citations issued, 7 child restraint citations, 6 people arrested and brought to jail, 29 drivers cited for Driving After Revocation or Suspension, 49 “other” citations, and 1 DWI arrest. In the ‘will they ever learn’ group – one ...

Mom arrested, shackled over son's unexcused school absences
Post Date: 2015-05-26 07:27:12 by cranky
A Georgia mother and substitute teacher says she was arrested and placed in shackles because of her son's unexcused absences. Julie Giles reportedly wrote on Facebook that a warrant had been issued for her arrest after her son tallied 12 unexcused absences from school. The total is six more than the Screven County school district allows. Giles argued that her son's doctor re-issued a note for three of the absences, meaning she would be arrested over a total of three absences. Giles said she was briefly placed in ankle shackles, with police saying it was normal procedure. "Actually I was not fingerprinted, but I was shackled and they took my mug shot, which will be in our ...

Florida Crowd Assaults Police Officer Trying to Make Arrest
Post Date: 2015-05-26 07:00:00 by cranky
Authorities say a hostile crowd assaulted a Florida police officer while he was trying to arrest a combative man. Melbourne Police say the officer was arresting 22-year-old Phoenix Low of Melbourne early Saturday on a city ordinance violation of carrying an open container of alcohol. Phoenix Lowe / Melbourne Police Dept. A police statement says Low became combative and attempted to run before the officer wrestled him to the ground. Cmdr. Vince Pryce says a crowd gathered and began striking and pulling at the officer, who took out his Taser and told “the aggressive advancing crowd” to get back. Pryce says the officer suffered cuts and bruises. Along with the ordinance ...

Sorry......Not All Lives Matter [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2015-05-25 19:52:53 by Gatlin
This insightful and impassioned public commentary was written and posted to Facebook by William James Manifold.  It is a powerful commentary that we felt needed to be repeated. Here it is in its entirety with a minor edit: So last night I noticed on my newsfeed, one of my Facebook friends made a statement that really pissed me off. Something along the lines of "Why do people have to hashtag when in mourning that certain lives matter…all lives matter". This comment was obviously in response to the community outpouring of support for Ofc. Kerrie Orozco who ended her watch yesterday afternoon. I wanted to take a moment to respond.First I beg to differ with you. All ...

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