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Helena
03-11-2019, 02:40 PM
Subforum seems to be missing. Will that deter me? HELL NO!

https://i.redd.it/cnb6m79p0bl21.jpg

Felicia
03-11-2019, 03:20 PM
Bad cops seem to leave a lasting bad aftertaste. It's too bad there are so many of them.

Helena
03-11-2019, 05:19 PM
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The only question is: why does she hate police officers that much? Something must have happened to her.

That's faulty reasoning.

Do you need to be raped and beaten up to know that it's wrong for someone to do that?

Or, why do you dislike jews so much? Observation, or did they personally rape and dismember you?

Felicia
03-11-2019, 06:59 PM
I'm sorry to hear that. I've always had a positive view of police officers because I'm a strong believer in law and order, and because I grew up with all those hero cop shows on TV. But yeah, I know that reality too often differs from TV Land.

I actually know more good ones than bad, but the bad ones I've encountered almost make me forget the good ones.

Things turn south so fast when a bad one is involved - and general civilians don't even have to do anything wrong.

Felicia
03-11-2019, 07:02 PM
What did you watch/like, ETHT?

TJ Hooker? CHiPs?

Felicia
03-11-2019, 07:15 PM
Too many to mention.

What - you got something better to do?! LOL

Felicia
03-11-2019, 07:24 PM
Johnny Depp and Richard Greico!! :luvyou::luvyou:

Felicia
03-11-2019, 07:36 PM
Poor Helena. :(

You should make up for it by posting some photos of Johnny Depp in a cop uniform.

Helena
03-11-2019, 07:39 PM
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I'm sorry for hijacking Helena's thread. It was supposed to be about how bad cops are, and instead we're talking about how hot Johnny Depp and Richard Greico are (or were).

Poor Helena.
No, No. It's fine. I used to have a small crush on Joe Penny. And SledgeHammer was a fun show.

I really got into the shows about PIs, though.

Helena
03-11-2019, 07:41 PM
Poor Helena. :(

You should make up for it by posting some photos of Johnny Depp in a cop uniform.

Johnny Depp is a drunk who smacks around his domestic partners. He'd make a great cop.

Felicia
03-11-2019, 07:55 PM
Johnny Depp is a drunk who smacks around his domestic partners. He'd make a great cop.

See? She'd love if you posted images!

Helena
03-11-2019, 08:00 PM
I've never heard of Automan. But, I hated Tron so maybe I deliberately blocked it out.

Felicia
03-11-2019, 08:09 PM
What about Airwolf? I liked that one, too. JMV recently passed. I'm surprised he lasted this long.

PTA!
03-11-2019, 08:15 PM
I watched a lot of the Law and Orders and also watched The Shield.

My daughter will watch Brooklyn, but we have this new tv and it feels like I’m sitting in the room with the cast and creeps me out. :lol:

PTA!
03-11-2019, 08:21 PM
Law and Order is degenerate, contemporary, anti-Western jew crap that pushes homosexuality, multiculturalism, and even sex-change operations for children.

I stopped watching it probably 5-6 years ago, whenever Elliot Stabler retired.

Felicia
03-11-2019, 08:26 PM
I watched a lot of the Law and Orders and also watched The Shield.

My daughter will watch Brooklyn, but we have this new tv and it feels like I’m sitting in the room with the cast and creeps me out. :lol:

:lol1:

Brat
03-11-2019, 09:14 PM
Oh, man, Elliot Stabler!!! :D

Brat
03-11-2019, 09:18 PM
LOL.. yup.

Brat
03-11-2019, 09:24 PM
Hmmm.. LMAO!

PTA!
03-11-2019, 09:28 PM
LOL.. yup.

:thumb:

Brat
03-11-2019, 09:29 PM
:thumb:

Felicia
03-11-2019, 09:32 PM
I like him too..... BUT! There are a handful of actors who I always see as their Oz character. He's one of them. :yikes:

PTA!
03-11-2019, 09:33 PM
Huh. Detective Stabler left the show in 2011.

It’s been 8 years since I watched it.

PTA!
03-11-2019, 09:34 PM
I like him too..... BUT! There are a handful of actors who I always see as their Oz character. He's one of them. :yikes:

Oz?

Brat
03-11-2019, 09:35 PM
Oh yeah, I see his OZ character too. But he has those EYES! When he wants to he can pour on the evil, or a nice smile. Great actor. Plus, shirtless...

Brat
03-11-2019, 09:36 PM
PTA, you REALLY need to watch OZ. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0118421/

Brat
03-11-2019, 09:41 PM
Yeah, it ended in 2003 and STILL has an 8.7 rating.

Brat
03-11-2019, 09:51 PM
:pound:

Felicia
03-11-2019, 10:23 PM
Ah yes, Oz. The unbelievably disgusting fag show in which white men get brutally raped by negroes. (Sounds like a show that DLP member Superdouche would enjoy.)

The Farmers Insurance spokesperson playing the head of the Aryan Nation.

:snicker:

Felicia
03-11-2019, 10:23 PM
:pound:

:lol1:

Felicia
03-11-2019, 10:25 PM
Mayhem!! :lol:

Brat
03-11-2019, 10:34 PM
LOL! Schillinger!

Lum
03-12-2019, 08:02 AM
Johnny Depp is a drunk who smacks around his domestic partners. He'd make a great cop.

Yes he would. Depp could play a detective who investigates murders he himself commits in an alter-ego, very certain that he knows who the killer is but can never quite catch him. As he finally gets close, his alter determines he must kill him in order to avoid getting caught, and as he stalks himself, he comes to realize he is both killer and the sleuth trying to solve the case. In an intense personal revelation, he is cured (at the cost of a long trail of dead'ns)! Feeling whole again, he then covers up all traces of evidence he has been sleuthing for and finally finds, and retires from the police force to become a sporting goods salesman at a department store in Miami that is going out of business.

Still working on the ending.

PTA!
03-12-2019, 08:19 AM
PTA, you REALLY need to watch OZ. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0118421/

Never heard of it.

Idk...Shameless was pushing the degenerate envelope for me.

I haven’t watched Orange is the New Black, either.

Felicia
03-12-2019, 08:39 AM
Never heard of it.

Idk...Shameless was pushing the degenerate envelope for me.

I haven’t watched Orange is the New Black, either.

Wentworth is better than OITNB.

Helena
03-12-2019, 08:43 AM
Yes he would. Depp could play a detective who investigates murders he himself commits in an alter-ego, very certain that he knows who the killer is but can never quite catch him. As he finally gets close, his alter determines he must kill him in order to avoid getting caught, and as he stalks himself, he comes to realize he is both killer and the sleuth trying to solve the case. In an intense personal revelation, he is cured (at the cost of a long trail of dead'ns)! Feeling whole again, he then covers up all traces of evidence he has been sleuthing for and finally finds, and retires from the police force to become a sporting goods salesman at a department store in Miami that is going out of business. :cool:


Still working on the ending.
He gets more than a taste of his own medicine from a rookie cop trying to impress and move up the ranks.

Helena
03-12-2019, 08:43 AM
Wentworth is better than OITNB.

Absolutely.

Lum
03-12-2019, 08:58 AM
:cool:


He gets more than a taste of his own medicine from a rookie cop trying to impress and move up the ranks.

How would that work in the plot?

Helena
03-12-2019, 09:10 AM
How would that work in the plot?
It's the ending.

Helena
03-12-2019, 09:10 AM
and the new spin-off.

Lum
03-12-2019, 09:21 AM
It's the ending.

How would that work as the ending of the plot? :rolleyes:

Helena
03-12-2019, 09:36 AM
How would that work as the ending of the plot? :rolleyes:

:rolleyes: How wouldn't that work as the ending of the plot?

Lum
03-12-2019, 10:06 AM
:catmad:

Helena
03-12-2019, 10:18 AM
Alternatively, Depp decides to investigate one last nagging crime and partners up with the rookie cop who, unbeknownst to Depp, is investigating him. They both die while investigating themselves so hard they get hit by a train.

Helena
03-12-2019, 10:19 AM
Charges pending against the train yard.

Helena
03-12-2019, 10:24 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-m92tuqthJw

Lum
03-12-2019, 11:10 AM
Flip your wig?

Helena
03-12-2019, 11:41 AM
Pull harder, Lummy.

Lum
03-12-2019, 01:34 PM
Is this Helena? Really?

Lum
03-12-2019, 01:56 PM
If this is really Helena, then you know your original user name at AWE. What was it?

Helena
03-12-2019, 02:08 PM
If this is really Helena, then you know your original user name at AWE. What was it?
FeelnSmurfy.

DUH.

Helena
03-12-2019, 02:09 PM
Give me a harder one.

Felicia
03-12-2019, 02:42 PM
LOL!

Why so suspicious, Lummy?

Lum
03-12-2019, 03:11 PM
Give me a harder one.

It's the medium, my dear. It abhors acceptance.

Lum
03-12-2019, 03:14 PM
Give me a harder one.

Please try to keep up.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZV-UEca2W9U

Miami is so pretty this time of the evening, don't you think?

Helena
03-12-2019, 03:29 PM
Please try to keep up.



Miami is so pretty this time of the evening, don't you think?
:nar: Never.

SCREEN_pASS
03-12-2019, 09:15 PM
Get piggy wiggly, get piggy wiggly, do da ho down, we from da country, mannnnnn.


https://youtu.be/gA88lEZJBdY

Do da neckbone, do da neckbone, do da neckbone, do da conebread, do da conebread, get giggy wiggly, get giggy wiggly.

I from da country, man.

Helena
03-14-2019, 04:35 PM
FLIPPING THE BIRD IS PROTECTED BY FIRST AMENDMENT, FEDERAL APPEALS COURT SAYS IN COP-STOP CASE

The Taylor, Michigan, officer, Matthew Minard, pulled over Debra Cruise-Gulyas for speeding in June 2017 but gave her a ticket for a lesser violation. She flipped him the bird as she drove off. Minard pulled her over a second time and amended the ticket to the more serious speeding offense, according to the allegations.
“Fits of rudeness or lack of gratitude may violate the golden rule,” Judge Jeffrey Sutton wrote in the panel opinion. “But that doesn’t make them illegal or for that matter punishable or for that matter grounds for a seizure.”
http://www.first-amendment-audits.com/2019/03/14/flipping-the-bird-is-protected-by-first-amendment-federal-appeals-court-says-in-cop-stop-case/

Yeah, you fuckers. :cool:


:madfo1::madfo2:

Brat
03-14-2019, 05:18 PM
Bravo!!

Helena
03-14-2019, 05:20 PM
AP: Police officer video regularly withheld from public view
No shit.

An investigation by The Associated Press has found that police departments routinely withhold video taken by body-worn and dashboard-mounted cameras that show officer-involved shootings and other uses of force. They often do so by citing a broad exemption to state open records laws — by claiming that releasing the video would undermine an ongoing investigation.
During the last five years, taxpayers have spent hundreds of millions of dollars to outfit officers’ uniforms and vehicles with cameras and to store the footage they record as evidence. Body cameras, in particular, have been touted as a way to increase police transparency by allowing for a neutral view of whether an officer’s actions were justified. In reality, the videos can be withheld for months, years or even indefinitely, the AP review found.


The AP tested the public’s ability to access police video for Sunshine Week, an annual celebration of open government, by filing open records requests related to roughly 20 recent use-of-force incidents in a dozen states.
They were met with a series of denials and failed to unearth video of a single incident that had not already been released publicly. Some videos could be released in coming months or years once criminal and disciplinary investigations are concluded. By then, the public interest in knowing what happened may have waned significantly.
In rejecting or delaying the requests, most law enforcement agencies and prosecutors cited exemptions that allow them to keep records of pending investigations secret. One county claimed the exemption would allow it to keep the video of a motorist’s fatal shooting secret forever — even though the investigation has concluded and cleared the deputy involved....

Critics say the exemption is often misapplied to keep from public view video that might shine an unfavourable light on the actions of officers. The exemption is intended to protect sensitive details about investigations that might tip off suspects that they are under scrutiny or alert them to what evidence police have obtained. But when officers shoot or otherwise use force on suspects, they know their actions are the focus of the investigation and often have access to the videos of the incidents.
“It is for that reason that the investigative records exemption literally makes no sense and should have no place when it comes to police body camera footage. It is a square peg in a round hole,” said Chad Marlow, an expert on laws governing body cameras at the American Civil Liberties Union. “We didn’t know that would end up being the get-out-of-FOIA free card for police departments, but it has certainly turned into that.”...

Read more here: https://nationalpost.com/pmn/news-pmn/ap-police-officer-video-regularly-withheld-from-public-view

Helena
03-18-2019, 08:30 AM
South Carolina sheriffs have embezzled, bribed and dipped into public funds for expensive chauffeurs. They’ve driven drunk and bullied other public officials. They’ve been accused of leveraging their power to sexually assault their female employees. ...


But from the Upstate to the Lowcountry, no part of South Carolina has been untouched by scandalous sheriffs. The impacts ripple through communities. Sheriffs who abuse their positions set poor examples for their deputies. Corruption breeds fear and mistrust.
State laws also help perpetuate a culture of secrecy that allows wrongdoing to fester. The South Carolina Constitution requires employees to “serve at the pleasure” of sheriffs, a recipe for unfair retribution against those who speak out, criminal justice experts and former deputies say. The state also has weak whistleblower laws, making it even less likely for honest deputies to report wrongdoing. ...

Read more here: https://www.postandcourier.com/news/sc-sheriffs-fly-first-class-bully-employees-and-line-their/article_bed9eb48-2983-11e9-9a4c-9f34f02f8378.html
Graphs, charts, pics and slideshows.. Oh, my!

Helena
03-18-2019, 08:46 AM
A 19-year-old Virginia woman committed suicide by shooting herself through the mouth, despite having her hands handcuffed behind her back, according to the medical examiner’s office.


:rolleyes:

Officers arrested both Wilson and her boyfriend, 27-year-old Holden Medlin, and handcuffed her with her hands behind her back.


Medlin allegedly resisted arrest and tried to flee, at which point officers left Wilson to deal with him.







Wilson then allegedly took a gun out of the car, “contorted” her body and shot herself, Chesapeake Police Spokesman Leo Kosinski told WAVY (https://www.wric.com/amp/news/virginia-news/woman-shot-herself-through-mouth-while-handcuffed-during-traffic-stop-suicide-officials-say/1850161292) in August.

https://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/ny-news-handcuffed-woman-suicide-20190317-story.html

Helena
03-18-2019, 08:50 AM
”At the time of the incident, Kosinski said that one of the officers had been wearing a body cam, but that it was knocked offline “during the struggle.”
Yea, it just happened to accidentally turn off while someone committed an absolute feat of the human body by being able to shoot themselves in the mouth with their hands cuffed behind their back.

Lum
03-18-2019, 11:04 AM
https://www.13newsnow.com/article/news/19-year-old-dies-following-routine-traffic-stop-in-chesapeake/291-578159905

Helena
03-19-2019, 04:33 PM
BILOXI — A former Mississippi Gulf Coast police officer told a judge Monday that she had sex with her supervisor and then fell asleep while her 3-year-old daughter was dying inside an overheated patrol car.
Cassie Barker pleaded guilty Monday to manslaughter in a plea bargain after being indicted on a second-degree murder charge. The Sun Herald reports prosecutors recommend the 29-year-old Barker spend 20 years in prison. Harrison County Circuit Judge Larry Bourgeois said he wanted more time to consider the case and would sentence the ex-Long Beach officer April 1. https://www.hattiesburgamerican.com/story/news/2019/03/19/former-mississippi-gulf-coast-officer-says-she-had-sex-while-child-dying-hot-car/3209859002/

Helena
03-19-2019, 04:43 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=zG9MNs8gcAQ

Felicia
03-19-2019, 04:44 PM
BILOXI — A former Mississippi Gulf Coast police officer told a judge Monday that she had sex with her supervisor and then fell asleep while her 3-year-old daughter was dying inside an overheated patrol car.
Cassie Barker pleaded guilty Monday to manslaughter in a plea bargain after being indicted on a second-degree murder charge. The Sun Herald reports prosecutors recommend the 29-year-old Barker spend 20 years in prison. Harrison County Circuit Judge Larry Bourgeois said he wanted more time to consider the case and would sentence the ex-Long Beach officer April 1. https://www.hattiesburgamerican.com/story/news/2019/03/19/former-mississippi-gulf-coast-officer-says-she-had-sex-while-child-dying-hot-car/3209859002/

So, when the sentencing is a joke, be can claim he followed the guidelines?

Helena
03-19-2019, 04:47 PM
So, when the sentencing is a joke, be can claim he followed the guidelines?
Is he a judge? Is he corrupt? Stay tuned. April 1st.

Helena
03-19-2019, 04:49 PM
https://www.rutherford.org/publications_resources/john_whiteheads_commentary/dont_shoot_the_dogs_the_growing_epidemic_of_cops_s hooting_family_dogs


By John W. Whitehead
March 19, 2019


https://www.rutherford.org/files_images/general/Commentary_JohnWhitehead_150x150.jpg


“In too much of policing today, officer safety has become the highest priority. It trumps the rights and safety of suspects. It trumps the rights and safety of bystanders. It’s so important, in fact, that an officer’s subjective fear of a minor wound from a dog bite is enough to justify using potentially lethal force (https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-watch/wp/2015/06/25/cops-shooting-at-dogs/), in this case at the expense of a 4-year-old girl. And this isn’t the first time. In January, an Iowa cop shot and killed a woman by mistake (http://thefreethoughtproject.com/cop-kill-family-dog-kills-woman-instead-front-husband-4-year-old-son/) while trying to kill her dog. Other cops have shot other kids (http://reason.com/blog/2014/07/15/cop-tries-to-shoot-dog-plugs-kid-instead#.npxdn2:fgZj), other bystanders (http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/Cops-Shoot-Innocent-Bystander-Dog-Bushwick-Brooklyn-Pitbulls-165323736.html), their partners (http://www2.fox16.com/news/story/Police-officer-shot-by-partner-trying-to-kill-dog/tNWAt4krZEqfO37zRTlxkQ.cspx), their supervisors (http://abc13.com/news/cop-aiming-for-dog-accidentally-shoots-sergeant/523510/) and even themselves (http://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2014/04/16/sheriffs-deputy-hospitalized-after-accidentally-shooting-himself-in-leg/) while firing their guns at a dog. That mind-set is then, of course, all the more problematic when it comes to using force against people.”—Journalist Radley Balko (https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-watch/wp/2015/06/25/cops-shooting-at-dogs/)
...

More here:
https://www.rutherford.org/publications_resources/john_whiteheads_commentary/dont_shoot_the_dogs_the_growing_epidemic_of_cops_s hooting_family_dogs

Lum
03-19-2019, 05:51 PM
My idea is to install cameras throughout Chicago's 'hoods and any other crime-ridden city, and make live crime shows from shootouts, knifings, robberies, car thefts and other violent crimes. Production costs would be minimal and the potential payoff large.

Lum
03-19-2019, 06:00 PM
Make the absolutely good for nothing at least good for something.

Lum
03-19-2019, 06:56 PM
It's a bit disconcerting that they find their gun an easy solution for situations with dogs. I can imagine it with attack dogs, however. Get rid of the pit bulls and this problem might be lessened.

Helena
03-19-2019, 07:02 PM
My idea is to install cameras throughout Chicago's 'hoods and any other crime-ridden city, and make live crime shows from shootouts, knifings, robberies, car thefts and other violent crimes. Production costs would be minimal and the potential payoff large.


Make the absolutely good for nothing at least good for something.

It's a show called Cops.


It's a bit disconcerting that they find their gun an easy solution for situations with dogs. I can imagine it with attack dogs, however. Get rid of the pit bulls and this problem might be lessened.

The problem isn't pit bulls. The problem is with "brave" officers constantly and consistently fearing for their lives.

https://i.imgur.com/OwEKcxc.png

Lum
03-19-2019, 07:21 PM
It's a show called Cops.

But you already posted about the corruption of such shows on real police work, of policing traded for celebrity.

http://downloadpolitics.com/showthread.php?119812-Piggly-Wiggly&p=2011784&viewfull=1#post2011784

I'm talking about live coverage of gangsta life on the streets as it dies, robs, steals and gets ganged up on before the cops ever get there.

Helena
03-21-2019, 05:36 PM
...

Ryan, 53, spent an estimated $40,000 in legal fees in appeals. Acting on a tip from a friend of the Ryans, their attorney uncovered documents that showed Musser’s dishonesty. A judge overturned Ryan’s conviction in 2018 after Musser’s lie to his department superiors came to light.


“What about the person who doesn't have equity in their home, retirement savings, savings that they can draw from to file appeals or to hire an attorney?” Ryan asked. “What happens to them?”
Two of them went to jail.
Musser charged at least 56 other people after the dates of his lies, records show. ...

Eastampton patrolman Michael Musser testified in court he saw someone committing a lewd act in September 2015 in a car parked at the Hammonton laundromat while he was off-duty, doing laundry. He said he looked the suspect in the eye and “remembered” part of the car’s license plate number.

Musser testified he didn’t immediately report the incident that "shocked" him to the local police. When he was pressed in court he testified he “wasn’t a hundred percent sure on the exact date.”

But he testified he saw Ryan in the grocery store parking lot weeks later, snapped a photo of Ryan’s license plate and contacted local police to accuse Ryan of a crime.
“I don’t forget cars, I don’t forget faces,” Musser told the Network in a telephone interview.
About one year after Ryan was charged, a municipal court judge convicted Ryan of lewdness, finding that Musser’s identification of Ryan “is accurate and one which was to be believed,” a court transcript shows. The judge sentenced Ryan to one year of probation and charged him $664 in fines and court costs.

After the conviction, Ryan’s school district fired him, cutting off his $112,000 salary. He struggled to find new employment while plagued by a record of sexual misconduct and toxic online search results, including news stories mentioning his conviction.
“It was like hitting a brick wall,” Ryan said. “Under no circumstances could I support my family.” ...
Read more here: https://www.app.com/story/news/investigations/watchdog/shield/2019/03/21/nj-police-misconduct-lying-cop-ruined-mans-life-could-happen-you/3213964002/

Lum
03-21-2019, 07:04 PM
The problem is with "brave" officers constantly and consistently fearing for their lives.

I have found that yelling at charging dogs works well to stop them. I don't know about pitbulls; they are killing machines sort of deaf to orders from those they are about to eat.

Lum
03-21-2019, 07:05 PM
https://i.imgur.com/OwEKcxc.png

Is this swastika with a blue bar any special logo?

Felicia
03-22-2019, 12:23 AM
Backing the Blue!

Helena
03-22-2019, 06:31 AM
Indiana teachers say they were shot with pellets ‘execution style’ during active shooter drill (https://fox8.com/2019/03/21/teachers-say-they-were-shot-with-pellets-execution-style-during-active-shooter-drill/)

https://www.kcci.com/article/teachers-say-they-were-shot-execution-style-with-pellets-during-active-shooter-drill/26901827

The White County Sheriff's Department did not respond to CNN's request for comment. White County Sheriff Bill Brooks told the Indy Star (https://www.indystar.com/story/news/politics/2019/03/21/active-shooter-training-for-schools-teachers-shot-with-plastic-pellets/3231103002/) that the ALICE training used an airsoft gun, but the department stopped doing so recently after a teacher was upset by it.
Holub said the ISTA has not heard an explanation from law enforcement as to why this method was used.

"The teachers were terrified, but were told not to tell anyone what happened. Teachers waiting outside that heard the screaming were brought into the room four at a time and the shooting process was repeated," the association said on Twitter (https://twitter.com/ISTAmembers/status/1108461641400807424).

Lum
03-22-2019, 08:35 AM
Oh no, not indoctrinators! :boohoo:

number four
03-22-2019, 08:40 AM
dont stop, Helena. i hate control freaks too. any form of control freaks.
reactionaries who have been standing by the wayside for a hundred years are my heros though.

Felicia
03-22-2019, 11:01 AM
I like talking about you, you, you, you, usually.

number four
03-22-2019, 11:06 AM
dont. lets talk about our heros.
JWB
Timmy
Eric
Ted

number four
03-22-2019, 11:07 AM
oh shit.
we had a JTET in this nation and i never realized thats what it was.

Helena
03-28-2019, 02:38 PM
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-watch/wp/2016/09/30/do-not-resist-a-chilling-look-at-the-normalization-of-warrior-cops/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.a86562280c62

...The film crew then takes a ride with a small-town sheriff as he drives his hulking new MRAP through business districts and quiet neighborhoods — that is, once he figures out how to operate it. The most disturbing thing about this scene isn’t the truck itself, or the striking images of the truck in the town, or even the sheriff’s statement that it will probably mostly be used for drug raids. The most disturbing thing is that it simply doesn’t occur to the sheriff that the footage might be disturbing. He has no problem letting a film crew show this massive contraption built to withstand roadside bombs in a military convoy lumbering through his small town, because the notion that military vehicles aren’t appropriate for domestic policing is foreign to him.


Then there’s the drug raid. It’s one thing to read about a “dynamic entry” drug raid in which the police mistakenly or intentionally kill someone, or in which someone mistakenly or intentionally kills a police officer. It’s awful and tragic and unnecessary.

“Do Not Resist” doesn’t show one of those. It instead shows the sort of drug raid that’s far more common. The movie depicts the raid from the beginning, as the officers from the Richland County Sheriff’s Department tactical team are meeting to discuss strategy. Some are wearing T-shirts with the tactical team’s logo. It’s a human skull imposed over two crossed AR-15s.
There are no children at the residence, the lead officer assures his colleagues. (There were.) There would be a significant quantity of illegal drugs at the house, another says. (There weren’t.) ... Read More here:https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-watch/wp/2016/09/30/do-not-resist-a-chilling-look-at-the-normalization-of-warrior-cops/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.a86562280c62

Here are two links to the documentary:

https://www.amazon.com/Do-Not-Resist-Craig-Atkinson/dp/B01MROLPBH
https://play.google.com/store/movies/details/Do_Not_Resist?id=bcZ1HvdPEEk&hl=en

Helena
04-01-2019, 08:05 AM
Police claim that all six officers on the scene fired on McCoy because they feared for their own safety.

Two articles, videos, edited and unedited:

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/mar/29/willie-mccoy-police-shooting-video-vallejo?utm_source=The+Marshall+Project+Newsletter&utm_campaign=06150a8137-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2019_04_01_11_38&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_5e02cdad9d-06150a8137-174502521

https://www.sfchronicle.com/bayarea/article/Vallejo-police-release-body-camera-footage-in-13727056.php?utm_source=The+Marshall+Project+Newsl etter&utm_campaign=06150a8137-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2019_04_01_11_38&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_5e02cdad9d-06150a8137-174502521

Programmer Socks
04-01-2019, 06:22 PM
I have never been to a Piggly wiggly. I guess I haven't been South enough. I hear they're pretty great grocery stores.

Helena
04-08-2019, 07:44 PM
Somebody stole the wheels off 3 Jackson police cars
https://www.clarionledger.com/story/news/2019/04/08/happened-again-jackson-police-cars-wheels-stolen/3399763002/ (https://www.clarionledger.com/story/news/2019/04/08/happened-again-jackson-police-cars-wheels-stolen/3399763002/)

:pound:

According to a social media post on Saturday, three JPD cruisers were spotted on flatbed tow trucks in downtown. Sgt. Roderick Holmes said the patrols cars had been parked in the rear of the Police Department Museum on Farish Street at the time of the thefts. It is not clear when the thefts occured.
A similar incident happened in March (https://www.clarionledger.com/story/news/2019/03/04/jpd-patrol-car-wheels-stolen-training-academy/3054040002/) when the wheels were stolen off a patrol car parked at the Jackson Police Training Academy located on St. Charles Street.
No arrests have been announced in any of the incidents.

Helena
04-09-2019, 01:58 PM
Former Police Chief Says Conviction Requirement For Forfeitures Makes It Too Hard To Take Cash From People
First, Stevenson argues that cops should be able to take money they feel deeply in their hearts is derived from drug dealing even if it can't find any evidence linking the person carrying it to a crime. In the eyes of LEOs like Stevenson, cash being carried by people stopped by officers can only be the product of illegal activity. It's simply inconceivable anyone would carry cash in this day and age, apparently. This isn't conjecture on my part. Stevenson actually states that people carrying cash are legally obligated to explain its origin to cops.That part comes in his second argument for forfeiture -- one that says even if cops have all the evidence they need to push for a conviction, they still should just be able to take the cash instead.

The $50,000 threshold found in this legislation simply means that drug dealers will transport money in sums of less than $50,000. The scenarios I fear involve finding suspects in a house or a car in possession of $49,000 in cash with no valid explanation.
There are two mind-blowing statements in this paragraph and they're both worth singling out.
Stevenson says people should have to explain their cash to cops. That's a really weird statement to make, considering previous forfeiture reform efforts raised the burden of proof for the state, not for the public. The public doesn't owe law enforcement a "valid explanation" for cash (and other property) it possesses. This is completely the wrong way around and it explains law enforcement's inherent resistance to conviction requirements. Cops want the cash, but they don't want to put in the work needed to link seizures to illegal activity. They want the burden of proof to rest most heavily on those whose property has been taken.
Then Stevenson says cops shouldn't have to pursue convictions to take cash even when they have enough evidence to support a conviction. ...https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20190326/09193241871/former-police-chief-says-conviction-requirement-forfeitures-makes-it-too-hard-to-take-cash-people.shtml

Lum
04-09-2019, 02:07 PM
They're probably trying to attract more niggers into law enforcement because quotas are not being met.

Helena
04-13-2019, 08:36 AM
https://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/local/Police-Station-Video-Shows-Unarmed-Man-Shot-Inside-Cell_Philadelphia-508515532.html

The Bucks County District Attorney's Office released surveillance video of a man being shot (by an officer)inside a holding cell at the New Hope, Pa., police station in March 2019. The man was in a scuffle with officers when the shooting happened. (Uh, yeah because the asshole officer pushed him.) Bucks DA Matt Weintraub said an investigation found that the officer's actions were "neither justified, nor criminal." (So it's a draw. No harm, no foul. Awesome.) The officer told prosecutors that he believed he had grabbed a Taser.
(Published Friday, Apr 12, 2019 | Credit: NBC10)

PTA!
04-13-2019, 10:00 AM
That was not an accidental shooting.
It’s lame they didn’t release the cop’s name and convenient he retired.

https://www.philly.com/news/pennsylvania/new-hope-officer-shooting-taser-excused-brian-riling-20190412.html

Helena
04-13-2019, 10:11 AM
That was not an accidental shooting.
It’s lame they didn’t release the cop’s name and convenient he retired.

https://www.philly.com/news/pennsylvania/new-hope-officer-shooting-taser-excused-brian-riling-20190412.html

I see where he dropped a packet of something. That's still no excuse to shoot the guy, stemming from the escalation of the matter from the one officer. It's a tiny cell, everything is recorded, two officers present. That packet, whatever it was could have been retrieved in a much better way.

They don't hire officers for the smartz, though. Proven fact.

PTA!
04-13-2019, 10:30 AM
I see where he dropped a packet of something. That's still no excuse to shoot the guy, stemming from the escalation of the matter from the one officer. It's a tiny cell, everything is recorded, two officers present. That packet, whatever it was could have been retrieved in a much better way.

They don't hire officers for the smartz, though. Proven fact.

Aren’t personal effects supposed to be collected before you’re put in a cell?

El guap0
04-13-2019, 10:43 AM
Aren’t personal effects supposed to be collected before you’re put in a cell?

That's what they were in the process of doing when sir tardalot decided to have an impromptu joust with the castle guards. With predictable results.

PTA!
04-13-2019, 10:52 AM
That's what they were in the process of doing when sir tardalot decided to have an impromptu joust with the castle guards. With predictable results.

As a layperson, their collection of property method sucks.

I’ve been to an ER where you must remove everything from your pockets, put on conveyer belt, it’s scanned,and you walk through a metal detector. What personal effects werent permitted in the ER, they tagged/shelved and you retrieved it when leaving.

Helena
04-13-2019, 11:16 AM
That's what they were in the process of doing when sir tardalot decided to have an impromptu joust with the castle guards. With predictable results.

Druggies aren't smart, cops aren't smart. I apologize for the redundancy.

El guap0
04-13-2019, 11:37 AM
As a layperson, their collection of property method sucks.

I’ve been to an ER where you must remove everything from your pockets, put on conveyer belt, it’s scanned,and you walk through a metal detector. What personal effects werent permitted in the ER, they tagged/shelved and you retrieved it when leaving.

You equate an ER visit with jailhouse intake?

El guap0
04-13-2019, 11:38 AM
Where was this ER? Beirut?

Helena
04-13-2019, 11:51 AM
Fentanyl laced Marijuana showing up all of a sudden in New York at a convenient time

https://www.oneidadispatch.com/news/local-news/fentanyl-laced-marijuana-found-in-sullivan-county/article_c55e8d74-5d96-11e9-ab97-3325a4902dfa.html


https://www.syracuse.com/crime/2019/02/sheriffs-across-state-speak-out-against-legalizing-recreational-marijuana.html

:facepalm:

the Reb
04-13-2019, 12:30 PM
Fentanyl laced Marijuana showing up all of a sudden in New York at a convenient time

https://www.oneidadispatch.com/news/local-news/fentanyl-laced-marijuana-found-in-sullivan-county/article_c55e8d74-5d96-11e9-ab97-3325a4902dfa.html


https://www.syracuse.com/crime/2019/02/sheriffs-across-state-speak-out-against-legalizing-recreational-marijuana.html

:facepalm:

Grow your own for personal use.

Helena
04-13-2019, 12:36 PM
Grow your own for personal use.
I believe you've missed the point. ?

El guap0
04-13-2019, 01:41 PM
I'm leery of 'pot laced with ___ ' stories. It's like cutting silver with gold.


don't make no sense.

Helena
04-13-2019, 01:50 PM
^^


'zactly.

Fentanyl? Really? Scare tactics to keep marijuana in the headlights as the devil. FOR PROFIT ORGANIZATION. Cops are the ones with all of the access to the fentanyl.
Don't tell me they aren't planting this stuff left and right when it suits them, and it does suit them. And if the lower level coppers don't have it, they just write up in their reports on their no-knock warrants gone bad that suspicious powder that could be fentanyl was found. ( in the kitchen, no less!) Because fentanyl is scary, scarier than the cops who wield it. Or that's what they would have you believe.

Lum
04-13-2019, 01:52 PM
https://media.disquscdn.com/errors/img/4.gif

Helena
04-13-2019, 02:02 PM
Cops are bad news, Lummy. If after all this time, all my posts, my well-written diatribes on the other forum pointing out all of their many crimes and where this all is heading, you still don't see it.. Well. I fucking tried.

PTA!
04-13-2019, 04:18 PM
You equate an ER visit with jailhouse intake?
Pretty much.

Where was this ER? Beirut?

Major US city.

Lum
04-13-2019, 06:12 PM
Cops are bad news, Lummy. If after all this time, all my posts, my well-written diatribes on the other forum pointing out all of their many crimes and where this all is heading, you still don't see it.. Well. I fucking tried.

Google has to do something with the vast amount of private data they collect. The most feasible use of private data is against the persons from whom it was stolen.


... The warrants, which draw on an enormous Google database employees call Sensorvault, turn the business of tracking cellphone users’ locations into a digital dragnet for law enforcement. In an era of ubiquitous data gathering by tech companies, it is just the latest example of how personal information — where you go, who your friends are, what you read, eat and watch, and when you do it — is being used for purposes many people never expected. https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/04/13/us/google-location-tracking-police.html ...

Helena
04-13-2019, 07:22 PM
^^


'zactly.

Fentanyl? Really? Scare tactics to keep marijuana in the headlights as the devil. FOR PROFIT ORGANIZATION. Cops are the ones with all of the access to the fentanyl.
Don't tell me they aren't planting this stuff left and right when it suits them, and it does suit them. And if the lower level coppers don't have it, they just write up in their reports on their no-knock warrants gone bad that suspicious powder that could be fentanyl was found. ( in the kitchen, no less!) Because fentanyl is scary, scarier than the cops who wield it. Or that's what they would have you believe.

Not like it's a new idea.

In an attempt to enforce Prohibition, the Prohibition Bureau began adding poison to industrial alcohol to prevent its consumption, killing between 10,000 and 50,000 people. This was supported by people like Wayne Wheeler, who argued that the victims had committed suicide by breaking the law. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wayne_Wheeler#Prohibition_enforcement

Lum
04-13-2019, 08:26 PM
:bigeyes:

That's an astonishing number of people.

PTA!
04-14-2019, 04:19 PM
Not like it's a new idea.

In an attempt to enforce Prohibition, the Prohibition Bureau began adding poison to industrial alcohol to prevent its consumption, killing between 10,000 and 50,000 people. This was supported by people like Wayne Wheeler, who argued that the victims had committed suicide by breaking the law. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wayne_Wheeler#Prohibition_enforcement

:eek:

News to me, thanks.

Lum
04-19-2019, 09:24 AM
You decide. Here's the twitter post:

https://i.redd.it/vdx34tkbn4t21.jpg

Here's the cop cam:


https://youtu.be/4LQ3mESRIsw

More commentary here: https://www.reddit.com/r/iamatotalpieceofshit/comments/betr0u/pos_kills_a_man_for_doing_exactly_what_she_told/

Lum
04-19-2019, 09:31 AM
They were shouting orders to him to put the gun down for a good 40 seconds before he appeared to comply. Those officers had to be thinking, "WTF is going through this guy's head right now to not obey? Is he working up the courage to shoot?"

Why was he squatting behind defensive cover of the car and open door if he wasn't considering shooting at them?

Helena
04-19-2019, 09:47 AM
Shame. Even if he was able to react in what I would consider a normal way ( he appeared to be impaired, by either drugs or maybe I have to bring race into it. Don't know) BUT, even if he had complied, he still would have been shot by virtue of reaching for the gun to put it down. This is true.

Helena
04-29-2019, 07:11 PM
https://www.freep.com/story/news/health/2019/04/29/touching-fentanyl-hysteria/3566951002/

Cops say touching fentanyl is making them sick. Doctors say it's impossible"If you could absorb drugs by touching them, why would people bother to inject them?'' said Dr. Andrew Stolbach, a medical toxicologist and emergency physician at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. He also is an expert on the subject of fentanyl exposure.
“Drugs like fentanyl and analogs of fentanyl aren't absorbed through the skin very well at all," Stolbach said. "So brief, incidental contact isn't going to cause somebody to absorb a therapeutic dose, let alone a toxic dose."

...On top of that, experts said overdosing from unintentionally inhaling fentanyl is difficult because the opioid doesn't become airborne naturally. For that to happen, someone would have to scatter it into the air. Or, as Marino said, "You would have to be in some sort of wind tunnel with massive amounts of fentanyl.
"That wouldn't exist in the real world."
...But reports of law enforcement officers getting sick after touching fentanyl continue across the country, most recently in Iowa, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Arizona and in Michigan, where there were two reports of accidental exposure last month.
According to the Michigan State Police, one of its troopers became sick after getting a substance on his hands during a mid-March traffic stop in Lincoln Park.
"We’re pretty confident it was fentanyl just by the way he reacted,'' said MSP spokesman 1st Lt. Mike Shaw. :rolleyes:

Lum
04-29-2019, 07:56 PM
Don't know, but I do know from the news that cops wear full body hazmat protection when cleaning up meth labs after a bust.