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« Reply #4100 on: September 14, 2018, 12:00:58 PM »

And the victim blaming has begun: “We did a search and found marijuana!” The guy could have been running the biggest illegal dispensary in the world and he’d still be the victim here.

http://www.fox4news.com/news/search-warrant-marijuana-found-in-botham-jeans-apartment-after-deadly-shooting

Exactly. Of primary importance to the police is whether one of their own is involved in the crime. The "us" (the sentinels of order and arbiters of law) and "them" (lowly scum who plot against us and must be scoured) mentality is very much alive (unlike so many of their victims).

Notice this:

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There have been several warrants signed by judges and executed in this case aside from the arrest warrant for Guyger and the search warrant signed September 7 that were returned to the court on Thursday. The others are still sealed and not accessible.

I wonder if the killer's home was also searched and the search was part of the still sealed warrants.

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The inventory return yielded:
2 fired cartridge casings
1 laptop computer
1 black backpack with police equipment and paperwork
1 insulated lunch box
1 black ballistic vest with "police" markings
10.4 grams of marijuana in ziplock bags
1 metal marijuana grinder
2 RFID keys
2 used packages of medical aid

The document does not say where any of the items were located in the apartment or who the items belong to.

So at this point the marijuana could have belonged to the cop or someone else or it might have even been planted by the cops. But as it often happens in these cases there is an attempt to divert the spotlight from the fact that a uniformed thug broke in to an apartment and then shot and killed the occupant and also that the killer was given 72 hours to make up her story while remaining anonymous and free (a privilege granted only to thugs with a badge).
Whether the occupant of the apartment possessed marijuana is irrelevant in this case. As mentioned, the victimy could have been running the biggest illegal dispensary in the world and it would not matter in this context. A person has every right to be in his apartment or residence. An intruder does not. "Issuing verbal commands" (gotta use cop language to appear "authoritative") does not matter in this case. If anything it should be working against the killer. The police will usually decline to comment when it comes to the cops involved in crimes citing "pending investigations" but they don't seem to have an issue with revealing (or leaking) information when that can be used to discredit the victim or support the cops' story. If the killer ends up in prison it will probably be because of the publicity that this story has received. Several other anonymous people whose cases haven't received publicity have been killed, attacked and abused by cops and usually nothing happens to the attackers.
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« Reply #4101 on: September 14, 2018, 12:06:50 PM »

That's honest of you
The awful behaviour of members of this gang is becoming hard to ignore
And defend - just look at the other posts on just this page and more of
the same type of behaviour is seen - let alone all that gets covered up
these bits are just the tip of the ice berg.

we've said it many many times on here there is something very wrong
with cops & policing in general.

No Doubt there are some very Good & Decent Cops Its Time for the
Good & decent ones to take a Stand & identify & speak out,
Otherwise they are condoning the Behaviour of the bad ones.

Just Like The Good Black folk not speak out against the huge number
of Black on Black shootings & Dindu Behaviour - The majority remain
silent.
BLM swing into action when a white person kills a Black.. Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

BLM is just another political/racist farce who often choose to defend the worst and most questionable cases while ignoring or even ridicule and silence other victims of police violence and misconduct (just look at this topic for victims of all ages, colors, backgrounds). In doing so they are doing a disservice to the cause for police accountability and transparency and for laws applying equally to everyone without asterisks, exceptions or special immunities and protections.
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« Reply #4102 on: September 17, 2018, 04:48:12 PM »

Interestingly enough the cops searched the victim's apartment but it appears they didn't get a warrant to search inside the killer's apartment. So the killer "officer" was allowed to roam free for 72 hours after killing an innocent man in his own apartment, have ample time to make up or corroborate her story while enjoying the anonymity that her badge provides and now, according to this article, she had enough time to "vacate" her apartment. So even if the cops decided to conduct a search now (a week later), it is unlikely they would find something useful.

Dallas officer Amber Guyger vacates apartment after Botham Jean shooting

Apartment staff notified residents in an email Sunday morning that Guyger "has vacated her apartment and no longer resides at our community."

https://www.wfaa.com/article/guy-vacates-apartment-after-botham-jean-shooting/287-595196502


Door locks seized from apartments of Botham Jean, Amber Guyger, warrants say

WFAA obtained copies of the five warrants which were signed Tuesday. An inventory of what was seized was returned to the court on Friday.
Two of the warrants allowed investigators to remove the front door of Guyger and Jean’s apartment, their door locks and to download data for their door locks.
A third search warrant gave investigators the authority to enter Jean’s apartment and collect additional evidence.
A return for the fourth search warrant shows investigators seized video from the surveillance camera system in the apartment management’s office.
A fifth search warrant gave investigators the authority to obtain all communications related to the incident in the possession of property management, as well as all surveillance video and all entry and access logs from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. on the night of the shooting.

https://www.wfaa.com/article/guy-warrants-say/287-594511839
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« Reply #4103 on: September 17, 2018, 05:01:47 PM »

Exactly. Of primary importance to the police is whether one of their own is involved in the crime. The "us" (the sentinels of order and arbiters of law) and "them" (lowly scum who plot against us and must be scoured) mentality is very much alive (unlike so many of their victims).

Notice this:

I wonder if the killer's home was also searched and the search was part of the still sealed warrants.

So at this point the marijuana could have belonged to the cop or someone else or it might have even been planted by the cops. But as it often happens in these cases there is an attempt to divert the spotlight from the fact that a uniformed thug broke in to an apartment and then shot and killed the occupant and also that the killer was given 72 hours to make up her story while remaining anonymous and free (a privilege granted only to thugs with a badge).
Whether the occupant of the apartment possessed marijuana is irrelevant in this case. As mentioned, the victimy could have been running the biggest illegal dispensary in the world and it would not matter in this context. A person has every right to be in his apartment or residence. An intruder does not. "Issuing verbal commands" (gotta use cop language to appear "authoritative") does not matter in this case. If anything it should be working against the killer. The police will usually decline to comment when it comes to the cops involved in crimes citing "pending investigations" but they don't seem to have an issue with revealing (or leaking) information when that can be used to discredit the victim or support the cops' story. If the killer ends up in prison it will probably be because of the publicity that this story has received. Several other anonymous people whose cases haven't received publicity have been killed, attacked and abused by cops and usually nothing happens to the attackers.

IF you read the article you will find the POLICE did not say anything about the victim. They did not release the information. They returned it (the executed warrant) to the judge who then filed it.. and it became open records which the news media was waiting to pounce on. I doubt that matters to you, but its a more accurate picture than "The bad police are blaming the victim"
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« Reply #4104 on: September 17, 2018, 05:15:58 PM »

Interestingly enough the cops searched the victim's apartment but it appears they didn't get a warrant to search inside the killer's apartment. So the killer "officer" was allowed to roam free for 72 hours after killing an innocent man in his own apartment, have ample time to make up or corroborate her story while enjoying the anonymity that her badge provides and now, according to this article, she had enough time to "vacate" her apartment. So even if the cops decided to conduct a search now (a week later), it is unlikely they would find something useful.


Hahaaaa thin blue line!
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« Reply #4105 on: September 17, 2018, 05:30:22 PM »

Hahaaaa thin blue line!


Chaos. Do you know for a fact she didn't give consent to have her apartment searched? Do you? Did you know, there are at least 3 ways available to the cops to search her apartment? A warrant, consent and exigent circumstances. The latter wouldn't apply but the 1st 2 certainly do.
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« Reply #4106 on: September 17, 2018, 05:53:40 PM »

Citizens have little they can do when they want action against cops. They are always told to "file a complaint". In this case, a man tried to do just that and the cop tracked him down, broke into his home, beat him and arrested him. This is one of the rare times that a uniformed violent criminal is imprisoned and still for all this abuse he only got 4 years in prison. It should have been 40 years.

Press release from a "police hating" website:

Former Kentucky Police Officer Sentenced for Wrongful Arrest
Officer Illegally Arrested Citizen After The Citizen Attempted To File Complaints Against Him


William Dukes, Jr., a former sergeant with the Providence, Kentucky, Police Department, was sentenced today to 42 months in federal prison and three years’ supervised release for willfully depriving a Kentucky citizen of his constitutional rights under color of law, announced Acting Assistant Attorney General John Gore of the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division and U.S. Attorney Russell Coleman for the Western District of Kentucky.

The jury found that Dukes willfully violated the Constitution by arresting the victim, while knowing that he did not have probable cause to believe that the victim had committed any crime. The evidence presented at trial established that after the victim called the authorities seeking to file a complaint about an earlier interaction with Dukes, he wrongfully arrested the victim.

The jury heard evidence presented in court that when the victim called the Providence Police Department to complain about Dukes, Dukes responded by threatening to arrest him if he called back again.  Still determined to file a complaint, the victim then called the local sheriff’s office and the Kentucky State Police. When Dukes became aware of these additional calls, he drove to the victim’s home in the middle of the night, without a warrant, to arrest him.

Upon arriving at the victim’s home after 1 a.m., Dukes attempted to arrest the victim based solely on the phone calls he had made complaining about Dukes.  When the victim insisted he had done nothing wrong and retreated into his home, Dukes entered the victim’s home without a warrant.  Dukes then tased the victim, sprayed him in the face with pepper spray, struck him repeatedly with a police baton, and punched him in the face, breaking the victim’s nose. Next, Dukes handcuffed the victim and charged him with four crimes, including a charge of property damage because blood from the victim’s broken nose got onto Dukes’s police uniform.


The jury convicted Dukes of willfully violating the victim’s constitutional rights, and found that the offense involved the use of a dangerous weapon or resulted in bodily injury.

“Police officers have a duty to protect the rights of members of their communities and safeguard them from harm or injury,” said Acting Assistant Attorney General John Gore. “Dukes abused his authority as a law enforcement officer by illegally arresting his victim and also by inflicting unwarranted physical harm, and the Justice Department held him responsible.”

“Kentucky lawmen and women are among the finest in the nation,” said U.S. Attorney Russell Coleman “But when they cross a clear line, as did Mr. Dukes, they will be held accountable like any other citizen of our Commonwealth.”

This case was investigated by the Louisville Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Seth Hancock of the Western District of Kentucky and Trial Attorney Zachary Dembo of the Criminal Section of the Civil Rights Division.

https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/former-kentucky-police-officer-sentenced-wrongful-arrest



Notice how the other accomplices treat the scumbag like some sort of brave hero returning from the war zone:

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J7k8QZRYj48" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J7k8QZRYj48</a> <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UaQZmFlm9RY" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UaQZmFlm9RY</a>
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« Reply #4107 on: September 17, 2018, 06:01:05 PM »

Citizens have little they can do when they want action against cops. They are always told to "file a complaint". In this case, a man tried to do just that and the cop tracked him down, broke into his home, beat him and arrested him. This is one of the rare times that a uniformed violent criminal is imprisoned and still for all this abuse he only got 4 years in prison. It should have been 40 years.

Press release from a "police hating" website:

Former Kentucky Police Officer Sentenced for Wrongful Arrest
Officer Illegally Arrested Citizen After The Citizen Attempted To File Complaints Against Him


William Dukes, Jr., a former sergeant with the Providence, Kentucky, Police Department, was sentenced today to 42 months in federal prison and three years’ supervised release for willfully depriving a Kentucky citizen of his constitutional rights under color of law, announced Acting Assistant Attorney General John Gore of the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division and U.S. Attorney Russell Coleman for the Western District of Kentucky.

The jury found that Dukes willfully violated the Constitution by arresting the victim, while knowing that he did not have probable cause to believe that the victim had committed any crime. The evidence presented at trial established that after the victim called the authorities seeking to file a complaint about an earlier interaction with Dukes, he wrongfully arrested the victim.

The jury heard evidence presented in court that when the victim called the Providence Police Department to complain about Dukes, Dukes responded by threatening to arrest him if he called back again.  Still determined to file a complaint, the victim then called the local sheriff’s office and the Kentucky State Police. When Dukes became aware of these additional calls, he drove to the victim’s home in the middle of the night, without a warrant, to arrest him.

Upon arriving at the victim’s home after 1 a.m., Dukes attempted to arrest the victim based solely on the phone calls he had made complaining about Dukes.  When the victim insisted he had done nothing wrong and retreated into his home, Dukes entered the victim’s home without a warrant.  Dukes then tased the victim, sprayed him in the face with pepper spray, struck him repeatedly with a police baton, and punched him in the face, breaking the victim’s nose. Next, Dukes handcuffed the victim and charged him with four crimes, including a charge of property damage because blood from the victim’s broken nose got onto Dukes’s police uniform.


The jury convicted Dukes of willfully violating the victim’s constitutional rights, and found that the offense involved the use of a dangerous weapon or resulted in bodily injury.

“Police officers have a duty to protect the rights of members of their communities and safeguard them from harm or injury,” said Acting Assistant Attorney General John Gore. “Dukes abused his authority as a law enforcement officer by illegally arresting his victim and also by inflicting unwarranted physical harm, and the Justice Department held him responsible.”

“Kentucky lawmen and women are among the finest in the nation,” said U.S. Attorney Russell Coleman “But when they cross a clear line, as did Mr. Dukes, they will be held accountable like any other citizen of our Commonwealth.”

This case was investigated by the Louisville Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Seth Hancock of the Western District of Kentucky and Trial Attorney Zachary Dembo of the Criminal Section of the Civil Rights Division.

https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/former-kentucky-police-officer-sentenced-wrongful-arrest



Notice how the other accomplices treat the scumbag like some sort of brave hero returning from the war zone:

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J7k8QZRYj48" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J7k8QZRYj48</a> <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UaQZmFlm9RY" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UaQZmFlm9RY</a>


We can agree on this. Whatever the maximum was, that is the sentence he should have gotten. When a police officer is convicted of violating someones rights or simply breaking the law, as an example, they should always be given the maximum sentence allowed.
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« Reply #4108 on: September 17, 2018, 07:59:42 PM »


Chaos. Do you know for a fact she didn't give consent to have her apartment searched? Do you? Did you know, there are at least 3 ways available to the cops to search her apartment? A warrant, consent and exigent circumstances. The latter wouldn't apply but the 1st 2 certainly do.
Is that what you got out of my post? LOL 3 ways available and her partners didn't bother to use a single one?
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« Reply #4109 on: September 17, 2018, 11:23:59 PM »

Is that what you got out of my post? LOL 3 ways available and her partners didn't bother to use a single one?

DO YOU KNOW FOR  A FACT HER APT WASN'T Searched. YES OR NO
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« Reply #4110 on: September 17, 2018, 11:25:05 PM »

I just cant hold your hand anymore than that.. you are on your own from this point on. God bless
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« Reply #4111 on: September 18, 2018, 04:37:17 PM »

DO YOU KNOW FOR  A FACT HER APT WASN'T Searched. YES OR NO
Nobody knows, the big blue wall doesn't talk.
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« Reply #4112 on: September 18, 2018, 05:10:05 PM »

This cop killed a woman in front of her family back in 2015 and claimed that a dog "attacked" him. The woman was shot in the chest and arms and another bullet only grazed the dog.
Only 12 seconds of video were released. Now why would that happen? Of course he was found justified in the killing, a badge grants certain privileges after all and also no public outrage (not that it specifically matters in this case but the killer was black and his victim was white), no looting of course and no fancy twitter "hashtags".  
However, there were more than 12 seconds of video recorded but, strangely enough, the full video (7 minutes) remained confidential for 3 years. Now again, why would that happen?
Both the Iowa Department of Public Safety and the Burlington Police Department were charged with violating the state's open records law but, hey, when the cops and the government are violating the laws, who cares, they're not just above the law, they are the law. Watch and hear the cop saying that he's going to prison after killing the poor woman and other things that would have caused ordinary people a lot of trouble, if not secure their conviction.

Police officer moments after fatally shooting Iowa mom: I'm 'going to prison'

A Burlington police officer who accidentally killed a mother standing in her yard with her toddler told another officer he was going to prison just minutes after the January 2015 shooting, records released Wednesday by order of a federal judge show.

“I pulled my gun and shot it and I hit her,” a frantic Officer Jesse Hill told Officer Tim Merryman, according to Hill's body camera video. “Oh, my God, no! Oh, fuck, Tim! Shit, Tim! I’m fucking going to prison, Tim!”

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https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/news/investigations/2018/09/12/autumn-steele-burlington-police-officer-jesse-hill-shooting-video-released/1278329002/
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« Reply #4113 on: September 19, 2018, 01:36:41 PM »

Since the city had no trouble utilizing the ridiculous civil asset forfeiture against people, maybe all the assets of the city, the police department the district attorney and their employees should have been seized "forfeited" and given to the people they robbed.

City Forced to Abolish Civil Asset Forfeiture and Pay Back Victims the Millions It Stole from Them

Philadelphia, PA – The city that has gained a reputation for the egregious civil asset forfeiture practices committed by its police department, will now be forced to dismantle the program altogether, as a result of a lawsuit filed by a family who had their home seized by police after their son was accused of a minor drug crime.

Residents who have been harmed by the Philadelphia Police department’s civil asset forfeiture practices could also receive part of $3 million in compensation. Markela and Chris Sourovelis initially filed a lawsuit in 2014 after their son was caught trying to sell $40 in heroin on the street.

The parents complied with the judge and took their son to a court-ordered rehabilitation treatment. But when they returned home, they found that police had locked them out of their house.

The Sourovelis family’s home was seized by police even though there was no evidence that the parents had any knowledge of their son’s attempt to sell drugs, and there was no evidence that the parents or any other family members had engaged in any kind of drug-related activity deemed “illegal” by the state.

Sourovelis worked with the Institute of Justice to file a new lawsuit a class action lawsuit, which alleged that the city was seizing 300 to 500 homes each year, violating residents’ constitutional rights and illegally creating a profit incentive because the revenue generated by the program was going straight to local police and district attorneys.

To say that the city has a problem is an understatement. While the city of Allegheny, Pennsylvania, filed 200 petitions for civil asset forfeiture from 2008 to 2011, Philadelphia filed 6,560 petitions—in 2011 alone. A report from the Philadelphia Inquirer also found that the city brought in more than $64 million in seized property from 2004 to 2014, which is almost twice the amount raised by cities like Brooklyn, New York, and Los Angeles, California.

A 2015 report from the American Civil Liberties Union noted that “an estimated 32 percent of cash forfeitures are not supported by a conviction,” which means that more than $1 million is forfeited every year from innocent residents in Philadelphia:

“Worrying evidence suggests that the profits and sweeping powers offered by civil forfeiture have distorted a tool originally targeted at cartels and drug kingpins. An article in the Philadelphia City Paper in 2012 indicated that Philadelphia prosecutors regularly forfeit sums as small as $100 and that people trying to get their property back sometimes had to attend upwards of ten court dates just to reach a hearing before a judge. Other media accounts chronicled the human toll of civil forfeiture. In one, a Philadelphia grandmother faced losing her home because a grandson sold a small amount of drugs out of it. In another, a Lancaster mother had $300 seized from her purse when her son was arrested on narcotics charges.”

The city of Philadelphia has now agreed to a settlement, which includes the following promises, according to a report from Reason:

The city will no longer seek property forfeitures for simple drug possession
The city will stop seizing petty amounts of cash without accompanying arrests or evidence in a criminal case
The city will put judges in charge of forfeiture hearings and will streamline the hearing process
The city will ban the Philadelphia district attorney and Philadelphia Police Department from using forfeiture revenue to fund their payroll.
The city will disburse the $3 million settlement fund to qualifying members of the class action based on the circumstances of their case.
While the results of the lawsuit are encouraging, it remains to be seen how the Philadelphia Police department will respond, and if it will lash out at residents for the large decrease in revenue that was being stolen from innocent citizens.

https://thefreethoughtproject.com/city-demolish-nations-most-egregious-civil-asset-forfeiture-program-pay-millions-residents/
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« Reply #4114 on: September 19, 2018, 04:27:33 PM »

Was she attacked? Was she violently arrested? Was she jailed? The answer seems to be no. These things tend to happen to ordinary plebs only.

Florida prosecutor accused of shoplifting beauty products

A Florida prosecutor who oversees cases against sexual predators is facing a shoplifting charge after surveillance video caught her swiping $43 worth of cosmetics from a grocery store, police said.

Stacey Honowitz, 56, was suspended from her $108,000-a-year- job as a Broward County assistant state attorney pending an investigation and was charged with misdemeanor theft, the Sun Sentinel reported.

Security footage released by the Aventura Police Department shows Honowitz shopping with her parents and daughter on Saturday at a Publix grocery store in the small city 20 miles north of Miami.

She is seen browsing the cosmetics aisle placing the beauty products into her purse. She later paid a cashier $125 for groceries and then got in line again to purchase a lottery ticket.

A manager confronted Honowitz and she handed over the allegedly stolen goods, the Miami Herald reported.

Honowitz was not jailed. Instead she was given a notice to appear in a Miami-Dade County court.

She was suspended from work and will take vacation time until the case is sorted out, a Broward State Attorney’s Office spokeswoman told the Herald.

“We have been made aware of the incident by the prosecutor. She has been suspended pending an administrative review. She will be utilizing her vacation time until we complete the investigation,” said spokeswoman Constance Simmons.

Honowitz’s attorney, Jayne Weintraub, called the incident an “honest mistake” and that her client simply forgot to pay for the items. 

Five years ago, she appeared at a Miami courtroom when her brother was arrested on theft and forgery charges. During the hearing, she mentioned her job several times, the Herald reported.

The judge freed her brother from jail.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/09/19/florida-prosecutor-accused-shoplifting-beauty-products.html
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« Reply #4115 on: September 19, 2018, 04:29:46 PM »

^^^^^^^^^^^

Proof the country's DAs and prosecutors are creeps and thieves in their personal lives, even as they sanctimoniously lecture juries and judges on how the people in the defendant box should be locked up for crimes which they do in their own lives once peoples' backs are turned.
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« Reply #4116 on: September 20, 2018, 01:53:22 PM »

This armed and violent criminal tried to kill the man (and threatened to shoot him for a second time while the man was suffering on the ground from his wounds) but it is unlikely that this will be treated as attempted murder since the criminal had a uniform and claimed that he "feared for his life". The incident happened over 10 months ago but only a portion of the footage was released now. Let's see if the armed and violent attacker will end up in prison and for how long.

Innocent Unarmed Man Begs For His Life, As Cop Shoots Him Over Stealing His OWN CAR

Dallas, TX – Disturbing body camera footage has been released from the shooting of a man who police claimed was mistaken for a thief as he sat in the vehicle he owned. The video shows that when the man was approached by an officer, he attempted to comply before he was shot twice in the back.

Lyndo Jones is lucky to be alive after his encounter with police in November 2017 left him with severe injuries that forced him to spend several days in the intensive care unit. It has taken several months, but some footage from the night Jones was shot has finally been released, and it shows that the officer who confronted him was agitated from the start.

Officer Derick Wiley, a 10-year veteran of the Mesquite Police Department, started by approaching the vehicle with his gun raised, pointed at Jones, who was sitting the driver’s seat.

“Put your hands up! Or I will fucking shoot you,” Wiley yelled as soon as Jones started to slowly open the door.

“Get out of the truck and get on the ground! Get on the ground,” Wiley continued, and Jones appeared to comply, although it was clear that the man was confused as to why he was being confronted and screamed at by a police officer.

Jones attempted to speak, and Wiley immediately yelled, “I don’t give a fuck… get on the ground. Put your hands on your head!”

Jones complied, and Wiley then walked over to him and started saying “Turn over. Turn over on your stomach. Fucking turn over.”

The body camera turns so that Jones is out of view, and Wiley can be heard yelling, “Stay on the ground before I shoot you!”

Jones could then be heard responding, “Yes sir, yes sir. I’m on the ground, man.”

Wiley continued to yell at Jones, even though the footage shows that he was clearly complying with the officer’s orders. He appeared to escalate the situation by pushing his left foot into the man’s back, even though Jones was laying on the ground with his hands behind his back, and he did not look like he was trying to flee.

As soon as Wiley began using force, Jones turned his head and asked, “What are you doing, man? What are you doing?” and the officer responded by placing his hands on Jones’ throat.

As soon as Wiley tried to choke him, Jones then began scooting backward and got to his feet. Instead of lunging at the officer or making any moves towards him, Jones backed away and began pleading with Wiley and begging him not to shoot.

Wiley wasted no time and responded by firing two shots at Jones, hitting him in the back.

The most disturbing part of the video occurs after Wiley has just fired his weapon when Jones collapses to the ground and is seen writhing in pain. Even though it is clear that Wiley is on the ground, and his mobility is limited because he was just shot—therefore he poses even less of a threat to the officer—Wiley continues to yell.

“451 shots fired,” Wiley yelled into his radio, and then because his colleagues were listening, he continued to yell at Jones as if Jones was a threat to him, “Stay on the ground! Shots fired! I will shoot you again!”

The video ends as Wiley screams one final command, for Jones to put his hands behind his back, and the injured man is seen attempting to do so, even though he must have been in an incredible amount of pain, and no one was attempting to call in any aid for him.

As The Free Thought Project reported, police then continued to violate Jones’ civil rights, and while he was in the ICU recovering from the gunshot wounds, his attorneys claimed he was treated like a criminal, chained to the bed and forcibly interviewed by police when his legal counsel was not present.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xE_7LUO6vo0" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xE_7LUO6vo0</a>

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« Reply #4117 on: September 20, 2018, 02:15:58 PM »

This armed and violent criminal tried to kill the man (and threatened to shoot him for a second time while the man was suffering on the ground from his wounds) but it is unlikely that this will be treated as attempted murder since the criminal had a uniform and claimed that he "feared for his life". The incident happened over 10 months ago but only a portion of the footage was released now. Let's see if the armed and violent attacker will end up in prison and for how long.

Innocent Unarmed Man Begs For His Life, As Cop Shoots Him Over Stealing His OWN CAR

Dallas, TX – Disturbing body camera footage has been released from the shooting of a man who police claimed was mistaken for a thief as he sat in the vehicle he owned. The video shows that when the man was approached by an officer, he attempted to comply before he was shot twice in the back.

Lyndo Jones is lucky to be alive after his encounter with police in November 2017 left him with severe injuries that forced him to spend several days in the intensive care unit. It has taken several months, but some footage from the night Jones was shot has finally been released, and it shows that the officer who confronted him was agitated from the start.

Officer Derick Wiley, a 10-year veteran of the Mesquite Police Department, started by approaching the vehicle with his gun raised, pointed at Jones, who was sitting the driver’s seat.

“Put your hands up! Or I will fucking shoot you,” Wiley yelled as soon as Jones started to slowly open the door.

“Get out of the truck and get on the ground! Get on the ground,” Wiley continued, and Jones appeared to comply, although it was clear that the man was confused as to why he was being confronted and screamed at by a police officer.

Jones attempted to speak, and Wiley immediately yelled, “I don’t give a fuck… get on the ground. Put your hands on your head!”

Jones complied, and Wiley then walked over to him and started saying “Turn over. Turn over on your stomach. Fucking turn over.”

The body camera turns so that Jones is out of view, and Wiley can be heard yelling, “Stay on the ground before I shoot you!”

Jones could then be heard responding, “Yes sir, yes sir. I’m on the ground, man.”

Wiley continued to yell at Jones, even though the footage shows that he was clearly complying with the officer’s orders. He appeared to escalate the situation by pushing his left foot into the man’s back, even though Jones was laying on the ground with his hands behind his back, and he did not look like he was trying to flee.

As soon as Wiley began using force, Jones turned his head and asked, “What are you doing, man? What are you doing?” and the officer responded by placing his hands on Jones’ throat.

As soon as Wiley tried to choke him, Jones then began scooting backward and got to his feet. Instead of lunging at the officer or making any moves towards him, Jones backed away and began pleading with Wiley and begging him not to shoot.

Wiley wasted no time and responded by firing two shots at Jones, hitting him in the back.

The most disturbing part of the video occurs after Wiley has just fired his weapon when Jones collapses to the ground and is seen writhing in pain. Even though it is clear that Wiley is on the ground, and his mobility is limited because he was just shot—therefore he poses even less of a threat to the officer—Wiley continues to yell.

“451 shots fired,” Wiley yelled into his radio, and then because his colleagues were listening, he continued to yell at Jones as if Jones was a threat to him, “Stay on the ground! Shots fired! I will shoot you again!”

The video ends as Wiley screams one final command, for Jones to put his hands behind his back, and the injured man is seen attempting to do so, even though he must have been in an incredible amount of pain, and no one was attempting to call in any aid for him.

As The Free Thought Project reported, police then continued to violate Jones’ civil rights, and while he was in the ICU recovering from the gunshot wounds, his attorneys claimed he was treated like a criminal, chained to the bed and forcibly interviewed by police when his legal counsel was not present.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xE_7LUO6vo0" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xE_7LUO6vo0</a>

https://thefreethoughtproject.com/watch-innocent-unarmed-man-begs-for-his-life-as-cop-shoots-him-over-stealing-his-own-car/


WTF Is it with these Low Life Scumbag Cops
Yet another innocent person shot for doing nowt wrong

That cop needs shouting at I Don’t Give A Fuck How Much This Hurts
And his Gun emptying up his arse.

Please agnostic don’t come & try any kind of defence for him.
Just another scumbag in uniform & with a badge just like that
Bitch cop shooting that man in his own apartment.

I’d Happily shot them Scumbags & not lose a seconds sleep.
And policing would be much better off without them.
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« Reply #4118 on: September 21, 2018, 12:58:00 PM »

Good job by the home owner defending his family, property and rights. Surprisingly enough, he wasn't killed and also will not face any charges. Unfortunately the armed and dangerous invaders got away only with light injuries but even that should teach them a lesson.

Pr. George’s police thought they were bursting into home of a drug dealer. They were at an innocent man’s door instead.

A police search warrant team going after a drug dealer targeted the wrong address and burst into the apartment of an innocent resident who shot and wounded two officers believing they were home invaders, Prince George’s law enforcement officials said.

Police Chief Hank Stawinski apologized for the error Thursday and said he has halted executing search warrants until the department reviews how it corroborates information to confirm addresses and the location of investigative targets.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/public-safety/two-police-officers-shot-in-prince-georges-county-officials-said/2018/09/19/4ff9d2e0-bc84-11e8-b7d2-0773aa1e33da_story.html
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« Reply #4119 on: September 21, 2018, 01:17:54 PM »

The incident happened in 2015... As expected, no video was released then. Only after the taxpayers were forced to foot the bill for the actions of this scumbag was the video released. And of course not only did the scumbag not go to prison but to add insult to injury he was named "Officer of the Year". This is how criminal gangs reward and promote their goons.

Trooper Snaps, Smashes Man’s Face In, Lies About It—Gets Named ‘Officer of the Year’

Souix Falls, SD — Surveillance footage has just been released after the taxpayers of South Dakota were held liable for the actions of a brutal police officer. The video shows the officer lied and that Trooper Cody Jansen nearly killed Troy Rokusek by smashing his face into the concrete floor for no reason at all. Following the incident, Jansen was named “Trooper of the Year.”

The incident happened in April of 2015, however, the video was only released this week after taxpayers shelled out $100,000 to pay for Trooper Jansen’s brutality.

What began over a routine DUI stop quickly morphed into the horrific treatment of a defenseless man who did nothing to deserve it. According to police, Rokusek was stopped for suspicion of DUI and the entire stop was peaceful. Rokusek agreed to submit to a blood test without a warrant, so he was driven back to the station.

When Rokusek got back to the station, Jansen told him that he would have to submit to the blood test in the garage, or sally port area. Rokusek then asked if it would be possible to have the procedure done in a hospital or cleaner area as the garage was unsanitary.

This apparently enraged the trooper who then ordered Rokusek to his feet so he could handcuff him and then forcefully draw his blood in the garage. As the video shows, Rokusek complied, stood up, and put his hands behind his back.

Then, without any justification, Jansen slammed Rokusek into the wall face first, placed him in a “double chicken wing” hold and pile drove him face first into the ground. Rokusek, whose hands were behind his back, was unable to brace himself or stop his face from smashing into the concrete floor.

Immediately, blood begins pouring from his mouth as the officer continues his assault.

Jansen was 6’4″ and 220 pounds at the time, while Rokusek was 5’6″ and only 135 pounds. The force could’ve killed him. Luckily for Rokusek, however, he only fractured his face and lost multiple teeth.

After the incident, Jansen lied, claiming that Rokusek resisted arrest. However, this was entirely proven wrong by the video and the court agreed. What’s more, as the woman in the garage witnessed it, she looked up at the camera in disbelief, as if to make sure this was captured on video. She even seemed a bit scared that she may be next.

The judge who heard Rokusek’s case ruled that the video did not corroborate the trooper’s story and did not show the victim resisting.

“It is not clear from the Sally Port Video whether Rokusek pushed back against Jansen, but the Sally Port Video shows that Rokusek’s head remained against the wall until Jansen threw him to the ground,” Piersol wrote. “Jansen slammed Rokusek to the ground while he was in the double chicken wing position, unable to protect his head and face. On the Sally Port Video, blood can be seen pooling near Rokusek’s mouth on the floor.”


Following the incident, Rokusek had to be taken to the hospital to be treated for his injuries. Whether or not Rokusek was charged with DUI remains unclear.

For losing his temper and nearly killing a man half his size, Jansen got a piece of paper entered into his record for an improper takedown.

“Cody,” the reprimand said, “you are much larger than Mr. Rokusek who was extremely intoxicated. Considering your training, size, and the level of resistance from Rokusek, your actions to control him were not reasonable and significantly increased the potential for injury.”

After this slap on the wrist the officer who should’ve been immediately fired and charged with assault was instead rewarded with the department’s highest honor.

Last year, as the Argus Leader reports, Jansen was named “trooper of the year” by the Highway Patrol for “continued demonstration of exceptional service to the agency, citizens and communities.”

“The Highway Patrol is proud of Trooper Jansen, not only for his commitment to the Highway Patrol, but also to his family and community,” Col. Craig Price, superintendent of the Highway Patrol, said in a release announcing the award. “Trooper Jansen reflects the high standards of the Highway Patrol in his daily life and for that, is well deserving of this award.”

https://thefreethoughtproject.com/defenseless-man-state-trooper-year/

https://www.argusleader.com/story/news/2018/09/17/south-dakota-highway-patrol-cody-jansen-state-settles-brutality-case-graphic-video/1305093002/

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« Reply #4120 on: September 24, 2018, 02:24:32 PM »

This took them a while. Notice the reason as well. "Engaged in adverse conduct when she was arrested for Manslaughter."
What's more interesting is that initially the police chief said she couldn't fire the killer: “I can’t do that because there are both local, state and federal laws that prohibit me from taking action. There are civil service laws we have to adhere to"
There were arguments that she could have fired the killer before that:

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The Dallas Police Department general orders do allow the chief to take action, saying, "The Chief of Police may circumvent all formal disciplinary procedures to render an immediate decision when it deems it necessary to preserve the integrity of the department.”
The general orders are the policies that officers have to follow and are governed by within the department.

Apparently the "local, state and federal laws" that "prohibited" the police chief from taking action against the killer a few weeks ago, didn't seem to prohibit her today.

Dallas police officer accused in neighbor's death fired

DALLAS –  A white Dallas police officer who fatally shot her black neighbor inside his own apartment was fired Monday, the same day the man was being buried in his Caribbean homeland.

Police Chief U. Renee Hall dismissed Officer Amber Guyger during a hearing Monday, according to a statement posted on Twitter . Guyger is charged with manslaughter in the Sept. 6 shooting that left 26-year-old Botham Jean dead, and she was fired because of her arrest, according to Dallas police.

Court records show Guyger said she thought she had encountered a burglar inside her own home. She turned herself in three days later , and is currently out on bond.

A statement from police said an internal investigation concluded that on Sept. 9, Guyger "engaged in adverse conduct when she was arrested for Manslaughter." Dallas police spokesman Sgt. Warren Mitchell later said that when an officer has been arrested for a crime, "adverse conduct" is often cited in the officer's termination.

Mitchell said that adverse conduct is "conduct which adversely affects the (morale) or efficiency of the Department or which has a tendency to adversely affect, lower, destroy public respect and confidence in the Department or officer."

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/09/24/dallas-police-officer-accused-in-neighbors-death-fired.html
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« Reply #4121 on: September 25, 2018, 06:53:02 AM »

This took them a while. Notice the reason as well. "Engaged in adverse conduct when she was arrested for Manslaughter."
What's more interesting is that initially the police chief said she couldn't fire the killer: “I can’t do that because there are both local, state and federal laws that prohibit me from taking action. There are civil service laws we have to adhere to"
There were arguments that she could have fired the killer before that:

Apparently the "local, state and federal laws" that "prohibited" the police chief from taking action against the killer a few weeks ago, didn't seem to prohibit her today.

Dallas police officer accused in neighbor's death fired

DALLAS –  A white Dallas police officer who fatally shot her black neighbor inside his own apartment was fired Monday, the same day the man was being buried in his Caribbean homeland.

Police Chief U. Renee Hall dismissed Officer Amber Guyger during a hearing Monday, according to a statement posted on Twitter . Guyger is charged with manslaughter in the Sept. 6 shooting that left 26-year-old Botham Jean dead, and she was fired because of her arrest, according to Dallas police.

Court records show Guyger said she thought she had encountered a burglar inside her own home. She turned herself in three days later , and is currently out on bond.

A statement from police said an internal investigation concluded that on Sept. 9, Guyger "engaged in adverse conduct when she was arrested for Manslaughter." Dallas police spokesman Sgt. Warren Mitchell later said that when an officer has been arrested for a crime, "adverse conduct" is often cited in the officer's termination.

Mitchell said that adverse conduct is "conduct which adversely affects the (morale) or efficiency of the Department or which has a tendency to adversely affect, lower, destroy public respect and confidence in the Department or officer."

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/09/24/dallas-police-officer-accused-in-neighbors-death-fired.html

Well that's one step
They've got rid of her - likely they not going to cover up or protect her either.
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« Reply #4122 on: September 25, 2018, 05:04:48 PM »

Just 12 months in prison and $1000 fine? Make that 12+ years and $1,000,000+ fine and maybe criminals like him would think twice about assaulting and trying to cover it up.

Ex-VA police officer sentenced for punching patient during arrest

A former Indianapolis-based police officer is headed to prison for shoving and repeatedly punching a person he was arresting at a Veterans Affairs Medical Center, federal authorities announced Tuesday.

Michael Kaim, 28, was sentenced in U.S. District Court in Indianapolis to 12 months behind bars and ordered to pay a $1,000 fine for deprivation of civil rights, according to a news release from the U.S. Department of Justice.

Kaim was also accused of falsifying records in an effort to impede a federal investigation, according to the indictment.

In the falsified report, Kaim wrote that the man resisted efforts to be escorted from a building and that he began acting aggressively, according to court documents.

The indictment said the man actually followed orders.

https://www.indystar.com/story/news/crime/2018/09/18/ex-indy-va-police-officer-sentenced-prison-civil-rights-case/1352495002/
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« Reply #4123 on: September 26, 2018, 01:57:43 PM »

30 months instead of 30 years... What a travesty. Also notice how the other cops just stood by watching, they were complicit in the abuse.

Video of Cop Torturing Man With K9 so Disturbing, He Was Just Sentenced to 30 Months in Prison

New Iberia, LA — Shocking surveillance footage, which was subpoenaed by federal investigators, shows a savage and violent attack on Louisiana man by a sheriff’s deputy and his K9 partner. The footage was so deeply disturbing that 6 years after it happened, the deputy responsible has finally been brought to justice.

Former sheriff’s deputy David Prejean pleaded guilty in February to the assault and is only just now being sentenced. Prejean was a K9 sergeant with the Iberia Parish Sheriff’s Office and had been called to the jail to assist with a shakedown, according to prosecutors. Prejean will now spend the next 30 months behind bars for the attack.

The attack happened on Dec 6, 2012. Marcus Robicheaux along with all of the other inmates was being subject to a contraband sweep. Like all of the other inmates, Robicheaux had his hands on his head and his nose on the wall.

As the video begins, we see Deputy Prejean, grab Robicheaux by the back of his shirt and drag him to the middle of the room where he’s thrown to the ground.

The entire time Robicheaux is seen keeping his hands up and not resisting. The prosecution agreed.

“While M.R. was lying on his stomach, with his hands behind his head, the defendant commanded his K9 to bite M.R., despite the fact that M.R. had complied with the defendant’s commands and was not a threat to the defendant, his K9, or anyone else on the rec yard,” prosecutors said in court documents.

In his report, Prejean claimed that Robicheaux was resisting and fighting back. He also said that the assault happened because Robicheaux refused his commands to “stop looking” at him. According to the Advocate,

Prejean’s report on the incident said that in addition to ignoring commands, Robicheaux “rocked up” and tried to strike the police dog “with his right hand.” The video does not show Robicheaux “rocking up” or trying to hit the dog.

The entire department and all the officials bought Prejean’s lies and he remained on the force. Not until officials actually viewed the footage, was Prejean fired. This took more than two years.

No investigation was ever conducted in regards to this attack. In March of 2015, according to the Advocate, former deputy, Cody Laperouse, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor federal civil rights charge for using excessive force against a handcuffed man in the same incident.

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https://thefreethoughtproject.com/k9-deputy-video-sentenced-30-month-prison/

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« Reply #4124 on: September 26, 2018, 02:09:05 PM »

This is how you deal with criminal gangs.

Entire Mexican police force arrested after mayoral candidate’s murder





A Mexican town’s entire police force has been arrested in connection with the slaying of a mayoral candidate.

The 28 officers from the town of Ocampo in the western state of Michoacan were arrested Sunday on suspicion of involvement in the murder of Fernando Angeles Juarez.

Juarez, 64, was running as the candidate for the center-left Party of the Democratic Revolution in Ocampo, before being shot dead June 21.

State officials took the cops in for having alleged ties with criminal groups possibly involved in the candidate’s killing, El Universal reported.

Public Security Director Venancio Colin was chased out by 16 Ocampo cops in a hail of bullets when he first tried to arrest them Saturday, sources told the paper.

He came back Sunday with reinforcements and arrested the entire force, who were cuffed and taken to the state capital for questioning.


https://nypost.com/2018/06/25/entire-mexican-police-force-arrested-after-mayoral-candidates-murder/



Once again, this is how you deal with criminal gangs.

Mexican police force disbanded, investigated for strong links to drug cartels

The police force of the once-glittering Mexican resort town of Acapulco has been disarmed as authorities investigate claims that local cops have strong ties to warring drug cartels in the region.

Officials in the southern state of Guerrero claim the drug cartels Beltran Leyva and Independent of Acapulco have infiltrated the local police force. Two top Acapulco police commanders were arrested and accused of homicide, El Universal reported.

The chief of Acapulco’s highway police was also detained after he was allegedly found carrying unlicensed weapons.

The state government said it took these steps “because of suspicion that the force had been infiltrated by criminal groups” and “the complete inaction of the municipal police in fighting the crime wave.”

On Tuesday, military and federal law enforcement forces took over control of security of the seaside city of 800,000 residents, El Universal reported.

More than 700 cops were stripped of their guns, radios and bullet-proof vests. They were then taken for background checks.

Local police in several parts of Mexico have been disbanded because they were corrupted by drug cartels. In Guerrero alone, local police have been disarmed in more than a dozen towns and cities since 2014, though none as large as Acapulco.

In the northern state of Tamaulipas, one of the hardest hit by drug violence, almost all local police forces state-wide have been disbanded since 2011.

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2018/09/25/mexican-police-force-disbanded-investigated-for-strong-links-to-drug-cartels.html
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