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« Reply #3825 on: May 14, 2018, 09:14:50 PM »

Not nearly enough years for this criminal. He should have been imprisoned for life or executed. Baltimore seems like a cesspool of uniformed gangs.

Baltimore Cop who Robbed Citizens Sentenced to 15 Years in Prison



A former supervisor for a corrupt Baltimore Police Gun Trace Task force has been sentenced for robbing people. In some of the cases, his victims were restrained.

Baltimore police Sgt. Thomas Allers referred to it as "taking lunch money."

Allers, 49, was sentenced to 15 years in federal prison on Friday, according to WBAL. He admitted to participating in at least nine robberies between 2014 and 2016 that yielded more than $100,000 in cash, prosecutors say. In one incident, Allers arrested robbed a man named Davon Robinson for $10,000. After robbing his home, Allers released Robinson. Prosecutors say Robinson was killed after he was unable to pay back a drug debt.

"Allers released detainees and chose not to charge them criminally when he stole cash from them," prosecutors wrote in Allers' indictment.

In another incident, Allers' adult son, who is not a police officer, participated in a raid in which $66,000 was taken by Allers, his son and two other detectives.

Authorities have not named the son or charged him, according to court papers.

https://www.themaven.net/pinacnews/courtroom-files/baltimore-cop-who-robbed-citizens-sentenced-to-15-years-in-prison-9KhBc1-dZEOSNs3GXqamow/
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« Reply #3826 on: May 15, 2018, 12:55:05 PM »

Too bad he couldn't defend his family properly and neutralize the armed intruders. Now he is sent to prison from a jury that succumbed to the crocodile tears of an armed thug and the intimidation of the rest of his gang who were at the court room.

Teen Sent to Prison for Defending Home from Intruders—Because The Intruders Were Cops

Austin, TX – When a SWAT team initiated a no-knock raid in search of cannabis, they were met with gunfire, and while the resident surrendered as soon as he realized his home was being raided by police, the fact that he opened fire on the intruders and shot one of them in the leg has resulted in a 13-year prison sentence.

When a SWAT team broke down the door and charged into the Harrell family’s house in the early morning hours of April 14, 2016, they claimed that the intrusive operation was justified, because they believed 18-year-old Tyler Harrell was running a drug ring out of his parents’ home.

When Tyler Harrell was woken up by what he believed were burglars breaking into his home, he did what many gun owners would do, and he grabbed his firearm and confronted the intruders. He used his legally-owned AK-47, and while he did not kill any of the officers, he did wound one officer by shooting him in the knee.

Lisa Harrell told KVUE News that she believes her son only opened fire because he thought his family was being robbed. “[Tyler] came running out with his gun, thinking someone was intruding in our house, and he started shooting down the stairs,” she said. “I know my son thought there was an intruder in the house.”

Hours after the shooting, police confirmed that “another SWAT team member returned fire, but did not hit Harrell, who surrendered to police within minutes,” indicating that as soon as Harrell realized he was firing at police officers, he stopped and let them arrest him without a fight.

When officers searched the home, they found one ounce of cannabis, which would justify a misdemeanor charge against Harrell. However, because the officers initiated a no-knock raid before dawn, and Harrell attempted to protect his family from the intruders, he was charged with attempted capital murder.

During the trial, Harrell’s psychiatrist testified that at the time of the shooting, he was “suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder after an incident four months earlier in which he and his friends were robbed by a masked gunman,” and the gunman shot Harrell, before Harrell “wrested the gun away from the man and chased him out the door of his friend’s apartment,” according to a report from the Austin Statesman.

However, it was the testimony from Officer James Pittman that apparently pulled at the heartstrings of jury members. He was the only person injured by Harrell’s gunfire, and he said the bullet wound in his leg kept him from playing with his kids now and would force him to get knee replacement surgery one day.

Pittman also criticized the “Not Guilty” verdict from another Texas case in which a homeowner shot and wounded three police officers when they initiated a no-knock raid on his house. Ray Rosas spent nearly two years in jail awaiting his trial, and his actions were ruled justified based on the fact that he was acting in self-defense and did not know the intruders he was shooting were police officers.

Rosas was acquitted, despite the fact that 11 police officers testified against him. However, in the case of Tyler Harrell, his lawyer argued that the 18 SWAT team members who attended court in tactical gear to show their support for Officer Pittman, further demonized Harrell in the eyes of the jury.

“Look at this gallery. You don’t think this is a lot of political pressure for these people?” Lawyer Michael Chandler told the jury.

The pressure worked, and while the jury determined that Tyler Harrell was not guilty of attempted capital murder or aggravated assault on a public servant, he was found guilty of aggravated assault and sentenced to 13 years and six months in prison, and a fine of $7,000.


When the trial shifted to a debate over whether Harrell acted in self-defense, it served as a distraction from the fact that the drug raid on his home was an absolute failure, and officers were never able to prove that Harrell was a “large drug dealer” of marijuana and cocaine, which was the claim they used to justify obtaining a search warrant for the raid in the first place.

https://thefreethoughtproject.com/man-sentenced-shooting-cop-no-knock-raid-over-weed/
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« Reply #3827 on: May 15, 2018, 06:40:10 PM »

The Coward of Broward retired on a monthly pension of $8702...

Scot Peterson, disgraced Parkland school cop, starts getting $8,702-a-month pension

Scot Peterson, a former deputy with the Broward County Sheriff's Office, has reportedly started to receive a hefty pension — three months after he retired amid the aftermath of the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida.

Peterson, a 33-year law enforcement veteran, was the resource deputy stationed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Feb. 14 when 17 people were killed by gunfire.

As one of the largest mass shootings in modern U.S. history unfolded, Peterson never entered the building where alleged gunman Nikolas Cruz was opening fire and instead took up a position outside the building that was under attack.

Peterson, 55, was widely criticized for his actions and Broward Sheriff Scott Israel opened an internal investigation. The deputy resigned and retired on Feb. 23, "rather than face possible termination."

Peterson, the Sun-Sentinel reported, has received a monthly state pension of $8,702.35 since April. He was paid $101,879.03 last year, according to the news outlet, which cited sheriff's office records.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/05/15/scot-peterson-disgraced-parkland-school-cop-starts-getting-8702-month-pension.html
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« Reply #3828 on: May 16, 2018, 07:13:09 PM »

Another man who was unjustly imprisoned by the notorious police hero career criminal Louis Scarcella. Yet, despite all his crimes and the suffering of his many victims, this man was neither imprisoned nor exectued. He was rewarded with a comfortable pension and he was then hired again by the New York City Department of Education.

Man put in jail for 24 years by disgraced detective walks free

A man who was put away for 24 years by shady ex-NYPD Detective Louis Scarcella stepped out of a courtroom Monday a free man – after the Brooklyn DA’s Office announced it wouldn’t retry him for the decades-old murder.

Rosean Hargrave, 44, heaved with emotion and burst into sobs in Brooklyn Supreme Court, where he learned he was at long last cleared of murdering off-duty corrections officer Rolando Neischer in 1991.

“It’s been 27 years,” Hargrave said outside the courtroom. “There were times I saw death — that is how badly corrections officers beat me for a crime I did not commit.”

Hargrave was just 17 years old when he and co-defendant John Bunn, who was 14, were found guilty of Neischer’s death.

Fingerprints found at the scene didn’t match either teen — and the lone witness gave conflicting descriptions of the suspects, saying they were light-skinned and in their 20s.

Both Hargrave and Bunn are dark-skinned.


In 2015, Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice ShawnDya Simpson vacated Hargrave’s conviction and granted him a new trial – saying he was convicted “based solely on identification of evidence” brought by Scarcella, then a star detective, and his partner.

He was released from prison after serving more than two decades behind bars.

“The revelation of Detective Scarcella’s malfeasance in fabricating false-identification evidence gravely undermines the evidence that convicted the defendant in this case,” Simpson wrote in her decision.

https://nypost.com/2018/05/14/man-put-in-jail-for-24-years-by-disgraced-detective-walks-free/

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« Reply #3829 on: May 17, 2018, 04:58:30 AM »

Unreal.   Taxpayer theft of madoffian levels

The Coward of Broward retired on a monthly pension of $8702...

Scot Peterson, disgraced Parkland school cop, starts getting $8,702-a-month pension

Scot Peterson, a former deputy with the Broward County Sheriff's Office, has reportedly started to receive a hefty pension — three months after he retired amid the aftermath of the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida.

Peterson, a 33-year law enforcement veteran, was the resource deputy stationed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Feb. 14 when 17 people were killed by gunfire.

As one of the largest mass shootings in modern U.S. history unfolded, Peterson never entered the building where alleged gunman Nikolas Cruz was opening fire and instead took up a position outside the building that was under attack.

Peterson, 55, was widely criticized for his actions and Broward Sheriff Scott Israel opened an internal investigation. The deputy resigned and retired on Feb. 23, "rather than face possible termination."

Peterson, the Sun-Sentinel reported, has received a monthly state pension of $8,702.35 since April. He was paid $101,879.03 last year, according to the news outlet, which cited sheriff's office records.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/05/15/scot-peterson-disgraced-parkland-school-cop-starts-getting-8702-month-pension.html
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« Reply #3830 on: May 18, 2018, 04:41:44 AM »

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-05-17/big-brother-police-raid-home-man-who-posted-pictures-his-mushroom-dinner-facebook



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« Reply #3831 on: May 18, 2018, 07:33:17 AM »

Man checks security system, discovers police officers conducted training in his house

http://www.wxii12.com/article/homeowner-says-officers-conduct-training-in-home-without-permission/20731382
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« Reply #3832 on: May 18, 2018, 08:18:23 AM »

Here we have a habitual and recidivist offender that cannot be rehabilitated. Break all his bones and lock him up for life.

Cop Arrested for Shoving Innocent Elderly Man into Concrete Wall, Breaking His Face and Hip

Cincinnati, OH — A Cincinnati cop is actually being held accountable this week after a disturbing video showed him shove an elderly man so hard that he smashed his face on a concrete bench and broke his hip.

On Thursday, former Hamilton County sheriff’s deputy Jason Mize was arrested after he was federally indicted on a charge of deprivation of rights under the color of law. The now-former deputy was seen on video attacking 61-year-old Mark Myers, who was only in jail after being falsely accused of a crime.

According to Cincinnati.com, Myers was arrested Aug. 20, 2016 after being accused of walking out of a Columbia Township Home Depot without paying for $120 in lighting and electrical equipment – a charge that ultimately resulted in an acquittal. He said there had been a computer error related to an online payment he’d already made.

In the video, Mize is seen throwing the elderly man into a holding cell so hard that he went flying into the concrete bench, suffering multiple lacerations to his head and a broken hip.

The incident happened in August of 2016 at the Hamilton County Justice Center. It was captured on the jail’s extremely low quality surveillance video. However, it is clear enough to see a crime take place.

One year ago, Myers sued both Mize and Sheriff Jim Neil, claiming he suffered severe injuries after hitting his head on the concrete wall. Last week, the lawsuit was settled and the taxpayers of Cincinnati shelled out $500,000 to pay for Mize’s crimes.

According to the lawsuit, an internal affairs report said that Mize’s direct supervisor claimed that shoving the elderly man into a concrete wall and bench, causing him to break his hip, did not go against the policy of the jail.

The prosecution agreed and they declined to press charges. However, all that appears to be changing now.

This overt use of excessive force and subsequent cover ups seems to be an ongoing problem in Hamilton County. Even a former jailer has spoken out in the form of a lawsuit against Sheriff Neil and the county, claiming that she was fired for exposing their use of excessive force.

Former major Charmaine McGuffey actually tried to get Mize held accountable for his attack on Myers, but this was to no avail.

In the internal affairs report, former Maj. McGuffey is quoted as saying, “Mize should be arrested or fired for his actions.”

The report concluded Mize “violated our standards which rise to the level of dishonesty and excessive force, along with other internal violations, and disciplinary action is required.”

McGuffey took over the jail when it was the worst in the state. However, in just three years she turned it into one of the best. She was named Law Enforcement Officer and Public Citizen of the Year for her efforts. However, when she tried to expose the jail’s extensive record of excessive force, that’s when they took her out.

It appears that although the state prosecution allowed Mize to escape any accountability, his case was turned over to the FBI who actually charged him. During a hearing on Thursday, federal prosecutors told a judge there were multiple incidents in which he’d used excessive force on inmates. Each time, Mize was disciplined, but he was never fired.

Mize’s attorney told the judge that his client worked in a tough environment which required tough decisions. Apparently, shoving an elderly man into a concrete wall and breaking his hip is one of those tough decisions Mize had to make to keep the citizens of Cincinnati safe.

FBI agents arrested Mize on Thursday and he was released on his own recognizance shortly thereafter, with the judge saying he did not see Mize as a threat to the public. Mize will have to meet several conditions, however, including drug and alcohol testing and a mental evaluation.

If Mize is convicted, he faces up to ten years in prison.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWFT8Po_Jac" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWFT8Po_Jac</a>

https://thefreethoughtproject.com/watch-cop-arrested-for-shoving-innocent-elderly-man-into-concrete-wall-breaking-his-face-and-hip/
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« Reply #3833 on: May 18, 2018, 02:20:23 PM »

Why was this cop not arrested or shot on the spot?

Citizen Blows Up on Cops After Officer Threatens to Kill Him for Filming

Mesa, CA — Filming the police is entirely legal in every state. However, all too often, we will see police officers overstep their authority and arrest, attack, and assault innocent people for the constitutionally protected act of documenting their behavior in public. A video shared with the Free Thought Project this week shows just how dangerous a cop’s ignorance of the law can be.

In the video below, an entirely innocent man, doing nothing other than practicing his first amendment right to film in public, was assaulted with a deadly weapon. Because a police officer feared for his life over a camera, he chose to pull his weapon and threaten an innocent man’s life.

The man filming was simply walking down the street with a camera when he came upon the officer identified as officer Everett with the Mesa College Police Department. As was his constitutional right to do so, the man filming stopped on the public sidewalk and video recorded the officer in his official duties.

“What are you filming for?” asks the cop, clearly acknowledging that the man was holding a camera and not some other object that he was going to use to cause him harm. However, when the man filming exercised his Fifth Amendment right to remain silent, the officer escalated the situation and began to claim he feared for his life.

As illustrated by his original question, the officer knew that this man was holding a camera. However, after the man attempted to assert his rights, the officer then claimed he did not know what the object was being pointed at him.

As the man kept filming, the officer then put his hand on his pistol, causing the man to have a legitimate reason to fear for his own life.

“Do not unholster your weapon!” he screams at the officer. But the officer did not listen.

Seconds later, the officer unholsters his pistol and points it at the innocent man. The man filming becomes heavily distressed and subsequently begins yelling—a move that could’ve likely gotten him killed.

As officer Everett holds the man at gunpoint for filming, backup arrives as the man demands to see a sergeant—but, not before the other officer grabs his pistol as well.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=reQJ4ExOdn8" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=reQJ4ExOdn8</a>

https://thefreethoughtproject.com/watch-citizen-blows-up-on-cops-after-officer-threatens-to-kill-him-for-filming/
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« Reply #3834 on: May 22, 2018, 01:37:33 PM »

They should imprisoned for life and subjected to daily beatings "behavioral correction procedures while being administered head strikes".
Not only was the fatso not arrested but he was promoted to "sergeant" and the other thug is still employed as a "deputy".



Of course, they accused the man of attacking them in order to justify their violent criminal behavior. However, he was found not guilty and the charges were dropped, an all too common occurrence: the cops attacking someone, then claim they were attacked and pile the charges on the victim and yet the charges are later dropped.

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Trial Begins Against Deputies who Beat Man so Badly, his Eye Fell out of Socket

https://www.themaven.net/pinacnews/courtroom-files/trial-begins-against-deputies-who-beat-man-so-badly-his-eye-fell-out-of-socket-Jyd3mGV61EWBaEGIhMEvBg/
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« Reply #3835 on: May 22, 2018, 03:00:58 PM »

They should imprisoned for life and subjected to daily beatings "behavioral correction procedures while being administered head strikes".
Not only was the fatso not arrested but he was promoted to "sergeant" and the other thug is still employed as a "deputy".



Of course, they accused the man of attacking them in order to justify their violent criminal behavior. However, he was found not guilty and the charges were dropped, an all too common occurrence: the cops attacking someone, then claim they were attacked and pile the charges on the victim and yet the charges are later dropped.

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Trial Begins Against Deputies who Beat Man so Badly, his Eye Fell out of Socket

https://www.themaven.net/pinacnews/courtroom-files/trial-begins-against-deputies-who-beat-man-so-badly-his-eye-fell-out-of-socket-Jyd3mGV61EWBaEGIhMEvBg/


Let’s hope that Fat Bastard cop has a heart attack
And the thin one continues on his hunger strike
So they both die very soon.

Typical Bullies take there guns / batons / uniform etc off them and they’re
Useless insignificant nothings - They need their aforementioned equipment to
Be Somebody  Roll Eyes  - Pathetic excuse for men.
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« Reply #3836 on: May 22, 2018, 04:03:15 PM »

damn police are trying to intimidate kids

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQcNEGrjn1M" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQcNEGrjn1M</a>
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« Reply #3837 on: May 23, 2018, 11:26:54 AM »

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5762577/Bodycam-reveals-activist-lied-raped-cop-pulled-DUI.html


This is FD up - good thing for the body camera.  Activist - uh huh . . . . . .  Angry
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« Reply #3838 on: May 23, 2018, 12:35:42 PM »

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5762577/Bodycam-reveals-activist-lied-raped-cop-pulled-DUI.html


This is FD up - good thing for the body camera.  Activist - uh huh . . . . . .  Angry

Cameras should be on all cops/dogs and their vehicles. Unfortunately, even then they still find ways to cover up by turning the camera off or claiming the camera "malfunctioned" just when they happened to rough up someone while screaming "stop resisting". Of course immediate access should be given to all involved parties. In this case, the cops were all too quick to show the bodycam footage; they should do it for all cases, not just the ones that vindicate them, like this one. Having said that, this woman should face the maximum sentence and consequences that the falsely accused cop would have gotten if found guilty. As for Talcum-X/Shaun King, this guy is a professional race baiting charlatan, who gives a shit about what he says.
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« Reply #3839 on: May 23, 2018, 12:49:08 PM »

Line up all the criminals who broke in to mouse house and attacked the innocent family and hang them all with a short rope.

SWAT Team Raids WRONG House, Nearly Kills Dad, Injures 6yo Boy With Flash Grenade

Chattanooga, TN – Young children were traumatized and injured by flash-bang grenades, an innocent father was terrorized and arrested by police, and their home was damaged, after a SWAT team carried out an early morning no-knock raid on the wrong house.

The ordeal began at 5:50 a.m. on Tuesday when the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office teamed up with federal agents to conduct a raid on a house where they claimed a suspect in a murder case was staying. However, they actually terrorized an innocent family in a careless raid that should never have happened.

Spencer Renck shared the story in a Facebook status, noting that he had just gotten out of bed and was preparing to get ready for work when he heard loud noises and immediately thought his home was being burglarized.

“I heard loud banging noises upstairs so I grab my gun and try to run upstairs to protect my family from whatever was happening. I thought someone had broken in,” Renck said. “But no it was the Bradley County and Hamilton County SWAT team RAIDING my house.”

The homeowner said the officers launched flash-bang grenades throughout his house, including into a bedroom where his 6-year-old son was sleeping. He said the grenade “blinded and deafened” his son, who was one of four young children in the home with Renck and his wife.

“I had my gun drawn and they opened [the] basement door with several SWAT team members pointing their MP5’s and AR’s at me so first thing I think is to run so I don’t get shot since I’m holding a gun,” Renck said. “They flash-banged me downstairs then threw me to the ground and proceeded to hold me down with someone’s foot and aggressively cuff me and I told them I had a gun in my pocket loaded and he rolled me over and yanked it out and said ‘Of course you do because you are wanted for murder, you piece of shit’ then I proceeded to tell them they got the wrong person and they kept telling me to ‘shut the fuck up.’”

After officers violently arrested Renck, they finally took the time to check his ID and realized that he was not the murder suspect they were looking for, and they were in the wrong home.
According to a report from NewsChannel 9, Johnson City Police admitted in a press release that the search warrant was for 4030 Lynncrest Drive. The Renck family lives next door at 4040 Lynncrest Drive.

Renck said that even when the officers realized he was innocent and they were at the wrong house, they just rushed to the house next door to find the suspect they were actually targeting. When asked for a statement on the botched raid, the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office ignored the egregious actions of its officers and focused on the fact that they eventually arrested Monte Lamar Brewer Jr, a suspect in the 2017 murder of a pregnant woman.

“Earlier this morning, the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office assisted a federal agency with executing a federal search warrant which led to the arrest of a male who was wanted for murder in Washington County, Tennessee,” spokesman James Bradford said in a statement.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has announced that it is launching an investigation into the SWAT Team’s abhorrent actions, and the Drug Enforcement Agency released a statement responding to the botched raid:

“On May 22, 2018, agents from the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Louisville Division Office and the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office served a federal search warrant at an address associated with an individual wanted for murder, who was also a target in an ongoing heroin investigation. This operation was part of a larger ongoing investigation. Unfortunately, this search warrant was initially served on the wrong residence. DEA leadership immediately responded to the scene and met with the family. Fortunately, there were no injuries and DEA will continue to work with the family to ensure their wellbeing. Situations such as these are tragic and DEA takes them very seriously. We intend to look into this matter further and take steps to ensure situations such as this never occur again.”

Unfortunately, the trend of SWAT teams terrorizing innocent families and damaging property in early morning no-knock raids that are carried out at the wrong addresses is not uncommon. In December 2017, a SWAT team in Chicago raided the wrong house and were reprimanded by the homeowner who demanded an apology, while recording the incident on Facebook Live.

“Next thing you know, when I’m looking there’s guns in my face. Just guns drawn out, ‘Get outta here, who’s in here with you?’ Just a bunch of questions,” Homeowner Shanae Cross said, describing the scene when SWAT team members first broke into her house. “I’m like, ‘What the hell is you doing in my house? Who are you, why are you in my house?‘ Then I realize when I see the vests and all, this is the police.”

Officers began to arrest Cross’s 17-year-old brother, and she said she immediately demanded to see a search warrant for the residence where the officers were initiating the “no-knock” raid. When an officer told her the street address was “8203,” she informed them that they were at the wrong house.

“I’m like ‘This is 8209, you f—king idiot. You’re in the wrong house!’”
Spencer Renck and his family are now left to live with the trauma from the horrific raid, all because police failed to confirm the correct address on the search warrant. In addition to rushing to the hospital for a check-up for his young son, who was impacted by the flash-bang grenade that detonated in his room, Renck wrote on Facebook that his house was left damaged from the raid.

“They destroyed my door, door frame, carpet on my stairs blew my ceiling out and burned my living room floor and hallway,” Renck said. “All because someone got the wrong house. I am okay and could have easily been killed just thankful to be alive and my family okay. I still don’t understand how you get the wrong damn house.”

https://thefreethoughtproject.com/swat-team-raids-wrong-house-throws-flash-bang-grenade-6-year-olds-room/
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« Reply #3840 on: May 23, 2018, 05:53:54 PM »

Cameras should be on all cops/dogs and their vehicles. Unfortunately, even then they still find ways to cover up by turning the camera off or claiming the camera "malfunctioned" just when they happened to rough up someone while screaming "stop resisting". Of course immediate access should be given to all involved parties. In this case, the cops were all too quick to show the bodycam footage; they should do it for all cases, not just the ones that vindicate them, like this one. Having said that, this woman should face the maximum sentence and consequences that the falsely accused cop would have gotten if found guilty. As for Talcum-X/Shaun King, this guy is a professional race baiting charlatan, who gives a shit about what he says.

Interesting.. the activists were calling for his officers murder. he was tried and convicted by hundreds of thousands.... then the video was released..
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« Reply #3841 on: May 23, 2018, 09:16:09 PM »

Too bad he couldn't defend his family properly and neutralize the armed intruders. Now he is sent to prison from a jury that succumbed to the crocodile tears of an armed thug and the intimidation of the rest of his gang who were at the court room.

Teen Sent to Prison for Defending Home from Intruders—Because The Intruders Were Cops

Austin, TX – When a SWAT team initiated a no-knock raid in search of cannabis, they were met with gunfire, and while the resident surrendered as soon as he realized his home was being raided by police, the fact that he opened fire on the intruders and shot one of them in the leg has resulted in a 13-year prison sentence.

When a SWAT team broke down the door and charged into the Harrell family’s house in the early morning hours of April 14, 2016, they claimed that the intrusive operation was justified, because they believed 18-year-old Tyler Harrell was running a drug ring out of his parents’ home.

When Tyler Harrell was woken up by what he believed were burglars breaking into his home, he did what many gun owners would do, and he grabbed his firearm and confronted the intruders. He used his legally-owned AK-47, and while he did not kill any of the officers, he did wound one officer by shooting him in the knee.

Lisa Harrell told KVUE News that she believes her son only opened fire because he thought his family was being robbed. “[Tyler] came running out with his gun, thinking someone was intruding in our house, and he started shooting down the stairs,” she said. “I know my son thought there was an intruder in the house.”

Hours after the shooting, police confirmed that “another SWAT team member returned fire, but did not hit Harrell, who surrendered to police within minutes,” indicating that as soon as Harrell realized he was firing at police officers, he stopped and let them arrest him without a fight.

When officers searched the home, they found one ounce of cannabis, which would justify a misdemeanor charge against Harrell. However, because the officers initiated a no-knock raid before dawn, and Harrell attempted to protect his family from the intruders, he was charged with attempted capital murder.

During the trial, Harrell’s psychiatrist testified that at the time of the shooting, he was “suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder after an incident four months earlier in which he and his friends were robbed by a masked gunman,” and the gunman shot Harrell, before Harrell “wrested the gun away from the man and chased him out the door of his friend’s apartment,” according to a report from the Austin Statesman.

However, it was the testimony from Officer James Pittman that apparently pulled at the heartstrings of jury members. He was the only person injured by Harrell’s gunfire, and he said the bullet wound in his leg kept him from playing with his kids now and would force him to get knee replacement surgery one day.

Pittman also criticized the “Not Guilty” verdict from another Texas case in which a homeowner shot and wounded three police officers when they initiated a no-knock raid on his house. Ray Rosas spent nearly two years in jail awaiting his trial, and his actions were ruled justified based on the fact that he was acting in self-defense and did not know the intruders he was shooting were police officers.

Rosas was acquitted, despite the fact that 11 police officers testified against him. However, in the case of Tyler Harrell, his lawyer argued that the 18 SWAT team members who attended court in tactical gear to show their support for Officer Pittman, further demonized Harrell in the eyes of the jury.

“Look at this gallery. You don’t think this is a lot of political pressure for these people?” Lawyer Michael Chandler told the jury.

The pressure worked, and while the jury determined that Tyler Harrell was not guilty of attempted capital murder or aggravated assault on a public servant, he was found guilty of aggravated assault and sentenced to 13 years and six months in prison, and a fine of $7,000.


When the trial shifted to a debate over whether Harrell acted in self-defense, it served as a distraction from the fact that the drug raid on his home was an absolute failure, and officers were never able to prove that Harrell was a “large drug dealer” of marijuana and cocaine, which was the claim they used to justify obtaining a search warrant for the raid in the first place.

https://thefreethoughtproject.com/man-sentenced-shooting-cop-no-knock-raid-over-weed/

Tyler Harrell must've had the greatest position to fire on police and not be shot 47 times. 
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« Reply #3842 on: May 24, 2018, 03:56:10 PM »

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5762577/Bodycam-reveals-activist-lied-raped-cop-pulled-DUI.html


This is FD up - good thing for the body camera.  Activist - uh huh . . . . . .  Angry

The SJWs were quick to react here but they vented their social media wrath on the wrong person. Good to see this guy and his family putting up a fight. I'm not expecting much but it would be nice if they can actually hold the race baiting Talcum X and some of his followers accountable.

Trooper with same name as officer falsely accused of sexual assault fights Shaun King's posts

A Texas state trooper has received thousands of death threats, his father tells Fox News, after a woman accused a different trooper with the same last name of sexually assaulting her during a traffic stop, only to be contradicted by video evidence.

The threats poured in after columnist and activist Shaun King brought attention to the accusations on Twitter, but before body cam video contradicted those allegations. King and civil rights attorney Lee Merritt identified the accused trooper as “Officer Hubbard” or “Hubbard,” without revealing his first name.

The trooper accused by the woman is named Daniel Hubbard. Now, the trooper with the same surname, Jarrod K. Hubbard, is fighting back.

Sherita Dixon-Cole accused Daniel Hubbard of sexual assaulting her during a traffic stop on Sunday. Body camera footage released Wednesday did not appear to corroborate her claims, and lawyer Merritt apologized to the trooper.

Meanwhile, critics of law enforcement shared Officer Jarrod K. Hubbard's pictures and social media accounts thousands of times over Facebook and Twitter within 24 hours of the alleged crime, likely because they did not have his first name, his father said.

“His picture was the first thing that came up,” said Jarrod Hubbard's dad, Chief Deputy Norman Hubbard of the Bell County Sheriff’s Office. “One person posted on Twitter my name and date of birth, my wife’s name and date of birth and my son’s name and date of birth.”

The 37-year-old trooper, who's been with the force for 13 years, was placed under protection of the Texas Rangers on Monday, his father said. The Rangers did not immediately confirm it to Fox News.

On Monday an attorney hired by the Hubbards sent a letter to King and Merritt asking that they “minimize the harm that has been and is being caused” by “disclosing that my client is not and has been erroneously identified as the Officer Daniel Hubbard involved in the event.”  

“The identification error has defamed and is defaming my client and his family resulting in substantial harassment and threats necessitating his discontinuation of his Facebook page and need and request for protection for himself and his family from appropriate law enforcement agencies,” said the letter from the Hubbards' lawyer, Vance Dunnam Jr.

The letter referred to the now-deleted posts, which never fully provided Daniel Hubbard’s name.

Jarrod Hubbard’s father told Fox News that he has yet to hear from either King or Merritt. He said they'd done nothing to clear his son’s name.

King and Merritt did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comment.

Jarrod Hubbard returned to work Wednesday, but his father said they’re keeping up the fight: “We’re going after them.”

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/05/24/trooper-with-same-name-as-officer-falsely-accused-sexual-assault-fights-shaun-kings-posts.html
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« Reply #3843 on: May 25, 2018, 06:39:03 AM »

Thank God we don't live in the UK... oh wait, this happened in NYC? Shit.


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« Reply #3844 on: May 25, 2018, 11:22:33 AM »

Even though firefighters risk their lives and serve the community this is just insane. How many others work the system like this?

Firefighter has become master of maxing out overtime pay

A Los Angeles firefighter received $300,000 in overtime pay in one year by working more hours than actually exist in a single year.

Donn Thompson augmented his $92,000 salary by more than a quarter of a million dollars in 2017, Reason magazine reported, citing data from Transparent California, a project of the Nevada Policy Research Institute.

It wasn’t a one-off payout, as Thompson earned over $1 million in overtime pay over the last four years.

But the math behind the pay doesn’t add up. It would have required the firefighter to work 9,280 hours in a year, despite there being 8,760 hours in a single year.

The magazine crunched the numbers and claimed that the firefighter earned his base salary of $92,000 by working 2,912 hours at an hourly rate of $31.60. For overtime hourly rate, Thompson would earn $47.40, meaning that in order to receive $300,000 in overtime pay for the whole year, he would have had to work 6,370 hours – bringing the total hours worked to 9,280.

Robert Fellner, director of the institute, said the firefighter’s ability to work that many hours “boggles the mind” and said that Thompson was likely taking advantage of generous contract provisions that boost overtime pay above the typical rate.

Thompson is reportedly known for mastering the way to max out overtime pay. Between 1993 and 1995 he earned nearly $220,000 in overtime, a 1996 Los Angeles Times article reported. Thompson said at the time that most overtime hours are linked to covering for other workers at the stations and not to “fires or other emergencies.”

In 2008, Thompson earned nearly $180,000 in overtime pay, the Los Angeles Daily News reported, noting that the L.A. fire department's overtime budget skyrocketed by over 60 percent in a decade.

Thompson justified his pay a few years ago, saying he "basically lived at the station” and worked hard to earn it.

"The first thing [people] think of is firefighters sitting around at the station, but they're not just handing out free money over here," Thompson told the San Diego Union-Tribune. "I'm working hard."
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« Reply #3845 on: May 25, 2018, 01:07:52 PM »

Even though firefighters risk their lives and serve the community this is just insane. How many others work the system like this?

Firefighter has become master of maxing out overtime pay

A Los Angeles firefighter received $300,000 in overtime pay in one year by working more hours than actually exist in a single year.

Donn Thompson augmented his $92,000 salary by more than a quarter of a million dollars in 2017, Reason magazine reported, citing data from Transparent California, a project of the Nevada Policy Research Institute.

It wasn’t a one-off payout, as Thompson earned over $1 million in overtime pay over the last four years.

But the math behind the pay doesn’t add up. It would have required the firefighter to work 9,280 hours in a year, despite there being 8,760 hours in a single year.

The magazine crunched the numbers and claimed that the firefighter earned his base salary of $92,000 by working 2,912 hours at an hourly rate of $31.60. For overtime hourly rate, Thompson would earn $47.40, meaning that in order to receive $300,000 in overtime pay for the whole year, he would have had to work 6,370 hours – bringing the total hours worked to 9,280.

Robert Fellner, director of the institute, said the firefighter’s ability to work that many hours “boggles the mind” and said that Thompson was likely taking advantage of generous contract provisions that boost overtime pay above the typical rate.

Thompson is reportedly known for mastering the way to max out overtime pay. Between 1993 and 1995 he earned nearly $220,000 in overtime, a 1996 Los Angeles Times article reported. Thompson said at the time that most overtime hours are linked to covering for other workers at the stations and not to “fires or other emergencies.”

In 2008, Thompson earned nearly $180,000 in overtime pay, the Los Angeles Daily News reported, noting that the L.A. fire department's overtime budget skyrocketed by over 60 percent in a decade.

Thompson justified his pay a few years ago, saying he "basically lived at the station” and worked hard to earn it.

"The first thing [people] think of is firefighters sitting around at the station, but they're not just handing out free money over here," Thompson told the San Diego Union-Tribune. "I'm working hard."

Happens in policing as well. Overtime hounds will take advantage of the system. They stay within the rules, but in my opinion it is unethical and the taxpayers are the ones who pay for it.
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« Reply #3846 on: May 25, 2018, 06:13:58 PM »

It’s outrageous.


Even though firefighters risk their lives and serve the community this is just insane. How many others work the system like this?

Firefighter has become master of maxing out overtime pay

A Los Angeles firefighter received $300,000 in overtime pay in one year by working more hours than actually exist in a single year.

Donn Thompson augmented his $92,000 salary by more than a quarter of a million dollars in 2017, Reason magazine reported, citing data from Transparent California, a project of the Nevada Policy Research Institute.

It wasn’t a one-off payout, as Thompson earned over $1 million in overtime pay over the last four years.

But the math behind the pay doesn’t add up. It would have required the firefighter to work 9,280 hours in a year, despite there being 8,760 hours in a single year.

The magazine crunched the numbers and claimed that the firefighter earned his base salary of $92,000 by working 2,912 hours at an hourly rate of $31.60. For overtime hourly rate, Thompson would earn $47.40, meaning that in order to receive $300,000 in overtime pay for the whole year, he would have had to work 6,370 hours – bringing the total hours worked to 9,280.

Robert Fellner, director of the institute, said the firefighter’s ability to work that many hours “boggles the mind” and said that Thompson was likely taking advantage of generous contract provisions that boost overtime pay above the typical rate.

Thompson is reportedly known for mastering the way to max out overtime pay. Between 1993 and 1995 he earned nearly $220,000 in overtime, a 1996 Los Angeles Times article reported. Thompson said at the time that most overtime hours are linked to covering for other workers at the stations and not to “fires or other emergencies.”

In 2008, Thompson earned nearly $180,000 in overtime pay, the Los Angeles Daily News reported, noting that the L.A. fire department's overtime budget skyrocketed by over 60 percent in a decade.

Thompson justified his pay a few years ago, saying he "basically lived at the station” and worked hard to earn it.

"The first thing [people] think of is firefighters sitting around at the station, but they're not just handing out free money over here," Thompson told the San Diego Union-Tribune. "I'm working hard."
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« Reply #3847 on: May 26, 2018, 06:45:28 AM »

Happens in policing as well. Overtime hounds will take advantage of the system. They stay within the rules, but in my opinion it is unethical and the taxpayers are the ones who pay for it.

From reading the article & what you say
It’s been going on for many many years

Have to ask why hasn’t anything been done about it
Another case of turning a blind eye..??

The hrs that man put in “worked” when did he eat & sleep.
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« Reply #3848 on: May 26, 2018, 11:09:16 AM »

From reading the article & what you say
It’s been going on for many many years

Have to ask why hasn’t anything been done about it
Another case of turning a blind eye..??

The hrs that man put in “worked” when did he eat & sleep.

One of my last assignments I was over several departments, one of the was managing court overtime. The contract the police department had, stipulated certain criteria to be eligible for normal departmental overtime. For example, if you were on normal duty and got a late arrest, you only got overtime for the actual number of hours you worked over your normal hours. This was pretty simple. But, if you were called in and it was so many hours after your duty ended, or so many hours before your shift started, you would get a minimum of 4 hrs overtime. This was to compensate for the time it takes to get from where you are to your home to put on a uniform, drive in etc . It was an agreed upon or bargained for agreement. Then you add court Overtime which is from a different pot of money with different rules. There is regular court, then there is STEP court which is a government grant for enforcing traffic laws and or DWI. Officers had no control over when they would be scheduled for court, though it was supposed to mainly be during their duty hours to cut down on overtime. But when cops work evenings and nights and courts are 9 to 5 it is almost impossible. Cops show up for court, sign in, the citizen pleads guilty, the cop may have spent 30 minutes there, but gets 4 hours minimum. Where the ethical crap comes in, officers would get a court assignment and then schedule vacation on that day or part of that day in order to get overtime. That was stopped but the fact they would do that is sad. I remember one instance when a cop put in for court overtime and adjusted his normal hours to make it to where it wasn't continous and he wanted overtime. It got to my desk and I denied it. It was obvious what he was doing. He got the Police Association involved and we actually had to make our case for not paying. Pissed me off. I have always kept in mind that taxpayers are paying us, and we owe it to them to be frugal with their money and the blatant abuse was in my mind unethical even if they were not violating rules. For me, it would be an easy identifier for getting rid of potentially bad cops. If you were willing to bilk the system knowing the spirit of the policy was not to line your pockets but to be fair compensation, what else are you willing to do?
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« Reply #3849 on: May 26, 2018, 11:16:33 AM »

One of my last assignments I was over several departments, one of the was managing court overtime. The contract the police department had, stipulated certain criteria to be eligible for normal departmental overtime. For example, if you were on normal duty and got a late arrest, you only got overtime for the actual number of hours you worked over your normal hours. This was pretty simple. But, if you were called in and it was so many hours after your duty ended, or so many hours before your shift started, you would get a minimum of 4 hrs overtime. This was to compensate for the time it takes to get from where you are to your home to put on a uniform, drive in etc . It was an agreed upon or bargained for agreement. Then you add court Overtime which is from a different pot of money with different rules. There is regular court, then there is STEP court which is a government grant for enforcing traffic laws and or DWI. Officers had no control over when they would be scheduled for court, though it was supposed to mainly be during their duty hours to cut down on overtime. But when cops work evenings and nights and courts are 9 to 5 it is almost impossible. Cops show up for court, sign in, the citizen pleads guilty, the cop may have spent 30 minutes there, but gets 4 hours minimum. Where the ethical crap comes in, officers would get a court assignment and then schedule vacation on that day or part of that day in order to get overtime. That was stopped but the fact they would do that is sad. I remember one instance when a cop put in for court overtime and adjusted his normal hours to make it to where it wasn't continous and he wanted overtime. It got to my desk and I denied it. It was obvious what he was doing. He got the Police Association involved and we actually had to make our case for not paying. Pissed me off. I have always kept in mind that taxpayers are paying us, and we owe it to them to be frugal with their money and the blatant abuse was in my mind unethical even if they were not violating rules. For me, it would be an easy identifier for getting rid of potentially bad cops. If you were willing to bilk the system knowing the spirit of the policy was not to line your pockets but to be fair compensation, what else are you willing to do?


For me, it would be an easy identifier for getting rid of potentially bad cops. If you were willing to bilk the system knowing the spirit of the policy was not to line your pockets but to be fair compensation, what else are you willing to do?


Exactly right.
Again it raises the question why aren’t they being got rid of.

Thanks for your reply.
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