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« Reply #4525 on: July 08, 2019, 06:55:43 AM »

Watchdog says FBI has access to about 640M photographs

A government watchdog says the FBI has access to about 640 million photographs — including from driver’s licenses, passports and mugshots — that can be searched using facial recognition technology.

The figure reflects how the technology is becoming an increasingly powerful law enforcement tool, but is also stirring fears about the potential for authorities to intrude on the lives of Americans. It was reported by the Government Accountability Office at a congressional hearing in which both Democrats and Republicans raised questions about the use of the technology.

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/fbi-has-access-to-about-640m-photographs-watchdog-says

FBI, ICE find state driver’s license photos are a gold mine for facial-recognition searches

Agents with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Immigration and Customs Enforcement have turned state driver’s license databases into a facial-recognition gold mine, scanning through millions of Americans’ photos without their knowledge or consent, newly released documents show.

Thousands of facial-recognition requests, internal documents and emails over the past five years, obtained through public-records requests by Georgetown Law researchers and provided to The Washington Post, reveal that federal investigators have turned state departments of motor vehicles databases into the bedrock of an unprecedented surveillance infrastructure.

Police have long had access to fingerprints, DNA and other “biometric data” taken from criminal suspects. But the DMV records contain the photos of a vast majority of a state’s residents, most of whom have never been charged with a crime.

Neither Congress nor state legislatures have authorized the development of such a system, and growing numbers of Democratic and Republican lawmakers are criticizing the technology as a dangerous, pervasive and error-prone surveillance tool.

Rep. Jim Jordan (Ohio), the House Oversight Committee’s ranking Republican, seemed particularly incensed during a hearing into the technology last month at the use of driver’s license photos in federal facial-recognition searches without the approval of state legislators or individual license holders.

“They’ve just given access to that to the FBI,” he said. “No individual signed off on that when they renewed their driver’s license, got their driver’s licenses. They didn’t sign any waiver saying, ‘Oh, it’s okay to turn my information, my photo, over to the FBI.’ No elected officials voted for that to happen.”

Despite those doubts, federal investigators have turned facial recognition into a routine investigative tool. Since 2011, the FBI has logged more than 390,000 facial-recognition searches of federal and local databases, including state DMV databases, the Government Accountability Office said last month, and the records show that federal investigators have forged daily working relationships with DMV officials. In Utah, FBI and ICE agents logged more than 1,000 facial-recognition searches between 2015 and 2017, the records show. Names and other details are hidden, though dozens of the searches are marked as having returned a “possible match.”

https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2019/07/07/fbi-ice-find-state-drivers-license-photos-are-gold-mine-facial-recognition-searches
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« Reply #4526 on: July 08, 2019, 11:36:58 AM »


Seriously  Shocked Shocked Shocked
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Like you said it Fucking Insanity!!

The law seems pretty cut and dry. However, there's sometimes more to the story than the media reports.

A friend has at times owned as many as five vehicles, most of them relics from the 60's and 70's. His garage is full of computer stuff, which he also repairs. So, the cars are in front of his home, which is located in a residential neighborhood, in the city of Milwaukie, Clackamas County, Oregon.

Across the street form my previous home in Rivercrest Park, OR, the owner did auto body repairs inside his garage as a business. He worked on one vehicle at a time. This is how he skirted the zoning code which disallowed running a business out of your home. Also, none of his neighbors reported him.
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« Reply #4527 on: July 08, 2019, 12:19:45 PM »

The law seems pretty cut and dry. However, there's sometimes more to the story than the media reports.

A friend has at times owned as many as five vehicles, most of them relics from the 60's and 70's. His garage is full of computer stuff, which he also repairs. So, the cars are in front of his home, which is located in a residential neighborhood, in the city of Milwaukie, Clackamas County, Oregon.

Across the street form my previous home in Rivercrest Park, OR, the owner did auto body repairs inside his garage as a business. He worked on one vehicle at a time. This is how he skirted the zoning code which disallowed running a business out of your home. Also, none of his neighbors reported him.

Of course we are seeing this more & more in terms of what the media reports or rather doesn’t.

I just find it a bit OTT that they trying to stop people working on their own vehicles
It will just lead to more & more that you won’t be allowed to do at your own home
It’s a very slippery slope downhill.

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« Reply #4528 on: July 08, 2019, 10:58:24 PM »

Not only was the man shot, but the cops stole his money. There is no word yet on charging the cops with larceny, like any "ordinary" person would be if they stole money from someone.

APD fires officer connected to money stolen from a deceased victim



Leilani Collier found Jamel Harris lying in the road, shot in the head on June 19. After trying to save him, she gave his belongings, including more than $500 to Atlanta police when they arrived on scene. That money disappeared and an investigation into what happened was opened.

At the center of the investigation is Officer Keisha Richburg. As a result of their findings, Richburg was let go from the force.

A statement was sent to CBS46 reading in part:

"An administrative investigation was not able to determine what happened to the cash, but Officer Richburg did not properly account for the money according to the department's policies and procedures. As a result, she was terminated."

https://www.cbs46.com/news/apd-fires-officer-connected-to-money-stolen-from-a-deceased/article_cd462a3c-a1f8-11e9-99fc-13bd07fef99f.html
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« Reply #4529 on: July 08, 2019, 11:18:43 PM »

While a man surrendered, a cop let his unleashed police dog maul him, while at the same time other cops were screaming at the man to "stop resisting".... The usual code word excuse used for abuse and coverups: "stop resisting". Not so easy to stay motionless and silent when you are already surrendering and suddenly a wild animal is viciously attacking you.
As it conveniently happens in many of these cases, the offending cop's bodycam "happened" to be turned off but the other cops present had functioning bodycams that were turned on.
For each of the infractions the cop received a "harsh" 10 day suspension, however, they wouldn't add up but they would run concurrently. Still, he couldn't even handle that so he appealed the suspensions at the last minute so the process will be delayed.

Denver police K-9 handler suspended for 10 days after allowing dog to bite man who was surrendering

https://www.thedenverchannel.com/news/local-news/denver-police-k-9-handler-suspended-for-10-days-after-allowing-dog-to-bite-man-who-was-surrendering

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« Reply #4530 on: July 09, 2019, 02:49:03 PM »


Video shows current Durant police officer used questionable force during traffic stop

Police dash cam video is raising questions over whether or not the Durant Police Department should have hired a former Iowa State Patrol trooper.

Last month, the I9 investigative team learned Durant Police Officer Robert Smith is the only peace officer in Cedar County with a "Giglio file." The contents of a Giglio file are secret and detail misconduct by a police officer, which may include instances of lying or using excessive force. Only judges can look at Giglio files.

Smith joined the Durant Police Department in 2018 after retiring from the Iowa State Patrol. Around nine months before Smith left the state patrol he was involved in a traffic stop, where he can be seen in video obtained by I9 through an open records request with the Cedar County Attorney's office using a questionable amount of force before making an arrest.

The video was shot on the night of September 25th, 2017. It shows then-Trooper Smith turning on his lights and pulling over a then-20-year-old Bryce Yakish, of Davenport, near West Liberty.

Yakish can be seen quickly pulling off the road, which is quickly followed by a physical confrontation. Smith takes out his gun and then shoves Yakish to the ground by the head His bike is knocked over in the process. You can hear Yakish in the video groaning in pain.

In court documents, Smith claimed Yakish tried to elude him even though he gave "a visual and audible signal to stop," The video does not confirm Smith's written version of events. Nevertheless, Yakish would be arrested for a felony charge of eluding a law enforcement vehicle.

Cedar County Sheriff Warren Wethington has also reviewed the footage and said this is one reason why he recently chose to stop booking people arrested by Durant police officers into his jail.

"It's absolutely wrong," Wethington said. "My opinion, Bob Smith should have been charged criminally."

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q2vZC5vTerM" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q2vZC5vTerM</a>

https://www.kcrg.com/content/news/Video-shows-current-Durant-police-officer-used-questionable-force-during-traffic-stop--512444331.html
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« Reply #4531 on: July 10, 2019, 12:46:05 PM »

Oh look, another one:

FDLE arrests Wester for fabricating evidence, false imprisonment

FDLE agents arrested Zachary Wester, 26, on felony charges of racketeering, official misconduct, fabricating evidence, possession of a controlled substance and false imprisonment. Wester, a former deputy with Jackson County Sheriff’s Office, was arrested this morning in Crawfordville, Fla.  He is also charged with misdemeanor perjury, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
 
FDLE began its investigation last August at the request of Jackson County Sheriff’s Office.  The investigation shows Wester routinely pulled over citizens for alleged minor traffic infractions, planted drugs inside their vehicles and arrested them on fabricated drug charges. Wester circumvented JCSO’s body camera policy and tailored his recordings to conceal his criminal activity.
 
“There is no question that Wester’s crimes were deliberate and that his actions put innocent people in jail,” said FDLE Pensacola Assistant Special Agent in Charge Chris Williams. “I am proud of the hard work and dedication shown by our agents and analysts on this case to ensure justice is served.”

https://www.fdle.state.fl.us/News/2019/July/FDLE-arrests-Wester-for-fabricating-evidence,-fals
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« Reply #4532 on: July 11, 2019, 10:26:20 PM »

As it has been mentioned so many times in this topic, we are dealing with organized criminal gangs.
It appears the FBI is also investigating this issue.

Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy describes attack by Banditos clique

Deputy gangs are facing renewed scrutiny at the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department as the district attorney weighs potential criminal charges against members of the Banditos, a gang or clique that operates out of the East Los Angeles patrol station.

Sheriff Alex Villanueva unveiled a new policy Friday meant to root out the problem.

The measure follows a violent deputy confrontation at a department sponsored party at Kennedy Hall in East L.A.

A deputy who was beaten up at that party is speaking out anonymously as he and six other deputies file a legal claim alleging harassment and discrimination.

"There's people getting, you know, stomped on... being choked out... it was just crazy, crazy to believe they're all cops," the deputy tells Eyewitness News.

The deputies allege that it was a one-sided fight with younger deputies attacked by veteran "shot callers" of the East L.A. sheriff's station, a group bearing tattoos of a skeleton in a sombrero with a shotgun.

It is the Los Banditos logo.

The deputies' attorney calls the group a gang.

"Two of the four perpetrators of the Banditos who did the attacking at Kennedy Hall had been previously fired, one for domestic violence and another for filing a false police report," said lawyer Vincent Miller.

Even Sheriff Villanueva, who once worked at the East L.A. station acknowledges a bully culture. He says that that the clique came to control even the station captain.

https://abc7.com/lasd-deputy-describes-attack-by-banditos-clique/5370629/
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« Reply #4533 on: July 12, 2019, 01:18:27 PM »

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Cop Who Killed Unarmed Dad Begging for His Life Claims Showing Jury Body Cam is “Unfair”

Phoenix, AZ —  In March of 2016, Mesa Police Officer Philip Brailsford was charged with second-degree murder for gunning down Daniel Shaver, an innocent husband, and father of two. The shooting was captured on his body cam, part of which was released the following May.

Now, however, Brailsford’s defense is claiming that the prosecution showing the jury the body cam during opening statements would be unfair to the killer cop.

According to AZ Central, Brailsford, 26, is scheduled to stand trial starting Oct. 23 on a charge of second-degree murder. The trial is expected to last 16 days. In a memorandum filed in Maricopa County Superior Court on Monday, attorney Michael Piccarreta says prosecutor Susie Charbel plans to show an 18-minute police body- camera recording during her opening statement, scheduled for Oct. 25.

Piccarreta says in the memo “that it is extremely unfair to the defense” to show the video during the opening statement because that wouldn’t allow the defense lawyer to immediately cross-examine any witnesses about the footage.

However, the playing of the video is in line with standards of opening statements allowing the prosecution to establish their credibility in this case. The video of Brailsford killing Shaver will undoubtedly be at the very center of the case so the defense’s claim of not being allowed to cross-examine any witness about the footage is unfounded.

Regardless of when the body camera video is shown, it will be the first time the full, unedited version will be played.

Last year, an Arizona judge announced that they would be releasing the body camera footage showing Brailsford murder Shaver. When they did release it, however, the city released two videos, both of which were clearly edited and portions redacted.

Police said Shaver, a 26-year-old from Texas staying at the La Quinta Inn & Suites on a business trip on Jan. 18, 2016, had invited a couple he met to his room for drinks. No one was in any danger and the entire incident was a misunderstanding. For the majority of the video, police appear to be in a standoff with people who simply can’t hear them.

“Occupants of room 5-0-2, this is the Mesa Police,” the officer is heard yelling on the video, to which he receives no response.

“Listen to my instructions or it’s going to become very uncomfortable for you,” the officer said. “The female is to step outside the room.”

When ‘the female’ does step out the room, she is escorted away by an officer as she tells him how scared she is.

“I’m so scared,” she told the officer, clearly in shock with the multiple officers in the hallway responding to a hotel in which no crime had been committed and innocent people were simply sharing drinks.

Below are the redacted versions of the police body cameras.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSUM-v8lpFc" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSUM-v8lpFc</a> <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_pIl6IjpPjE" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_pIl6IjpPjE</a>

The videos above clearly illustrate the intentions behind only releasing a portion of the body camera footage. It is made to look like it was an intense standoff as well as make the police look like heroes as they comforted the woman.

However, as we pointed out, it was likely that there was no standoff and they simply did not hear the officers. Also, the woman was most likely not scared of the man who she voluntarily consented to have drinks with — she was scared of the multiple armed men pointing AR-15s at them. This will likely come out when the defense is allowed to cross-examine her.

When Laney Sweet, Shaver’s wife originally asked to see the footage, she was told that if she watched it, she would be forced to remain completely silent about its contents.

During an interview with Maricopa County attorney, Bill Montgomery, Sweet was given the ultimatum — watch the disturbing video and never speak of it, or don’t. The widow of an innocent man, killed by the government, was told that the video proves her husband did not deserve to die. However, Sweet will now have to wait until the city decides to release the unedited version of the video to get closure—this would have been over a year.

In a statement to the press, the county stated that Daniel Shaver was complying with officers, crawling on his hands and knees and begged not to be shot, just before Brailsford opened fire.

“Please don’t shoot me,” Shaver is quoted in the police report.

However, last year, Brailsford’s attorney denied Shaver begged not to shoot him while at the same time thanking Superior Court Judge Sam Myers for not releasing the entire video.

On January 18, Brailsford, along with several other officers, responded to a call about a suspect with a rifle in a hotel room. The ‘rifle’ was nothing more than a pellet gun that was used in Shaver’s business of pest control, and Shaver was not in possession of the pellet gun when he was murdered in cold blood by officer Brailsford.

According to KTAR, Brailsford told investigators that Shaver was ordered to crawl toward officers with his hands on the ground, but the officer believed Shaver’s move forward was an attempt to get “a better firing position on us.”

The officer said he could no longer see Shaver’s right hand and worried that Shaver could have easily drawn on officers, who were just feet away in a hallway outside his room. However, none of the other officers fired, illustrating the lack of danger.

“So that’s when I assessed the threat. I fired my weapon, uh, five times,” Brailsford said, adding that it was terrifying the first time Shaver reached back.

Charging an officer with murder in Arizona is an exceptionally rare incident, which speaks to the severity of what must be shown on the body camera. It also means that this coward officer was in no danger when he decided to pull the trigger — 5 times.

Brailsford was fired from the department in March of 2016 for multiple policy violations not associated with the murder of Shaver. After he was fired, we learned that he should have never had a badge that night he killed an innocent man.

Aside from his unsatisfactory performance, records released by Mesa Police revealed that Brailsford was accused of beating three people a few months before he killed Shaver. He also etched “You’re Fucked” into his AR-15 police rifle — illustrating his disregard for human life.

Two children and a wife will now live the rest of their lives without their loving father because of the actions of this public servant. The one thing that could help get this family closure is to see the man who stole the life of their dad and husband put behind bars. Hopefully, this case ends differently than the countless cases before which ended with killer cops walking free for needlessly killing other human beings.

The Free Thought Project will continue to cover the trial as it unfolds next week.

http://thefreethoughtproject.com/cop-killed-unarmed-dad-begged-life-claims-showing-jury-body-cam-unfair/

Remember this case? No rioting or looting for Daniel Shaver of course, apparently only "blue" and "black lives matter".
Now we see that the cop has been rehired so that he can get pension (apparently lifetime pension $2500 per month) and is now "medically retired".
Criminal gangs look after their own...

Fired ex-Mesa police Officer Philip Brailsford rehired to help him get a public-safety pension

Philip "Mitch" Brailsford, a former Mesa police officer acquitted of killing an unarmed man in 2016, was temporarily rehired by the department so he could apply for a monthly pension, records show.

A Maricopa County jury found Brailsford not guilty of second-degree murder in the shooting of 26-year-old Daniel Shaver, who was unarmed and on his knees begging for his life when the officer shot him five times in the hallway of a Mesa hotel.

Brailsford was fired in March 2016. City and court records show he was briefly rehired by the Mesa Police Department in 2018 so he could apply for the pension, which totals more than $30,000 annually.

The shooting, which is the subject of a multimillion-dollar lawsuit filed by Shaver's family and a federal civil-rights investigation, received national attention after unedited footage depicting the minutes before the killing was released a year later.

Minutes from the Sept. 13, 2018, meeting of the MesaPublic Safety Personnel Retirement System show Brailsford was reinstated on Aug. 27 for 42 days.

During that time period, Brailsford applied for accidental disability.

An accidental disability is one that occurred while the employee was on the clock and permanently prevents the employee from doing his or her job. Both physical and mental conditions can qualify.

It's not known what incident Brailsford cited. Steven Wright, a spokesman for the city of Mesa, said he could not comment on the matter as it would violate medical privacy laws.  

In August 2018, Brailsford reached an agreement with Mesa that allowed him to be reinstated to an "unfunded budget position with no pay or duties," according to Wright.

The temporary reinstatement was primarily procedural, as officers need to be employed in order to file for disability.

Commander Ed Wessing, a Mesa police spokesman, clarified that Brailsford "was not in any way fulfilling a capacity as a police officer" during the 42-day period.

Brailsford first appeared before the board Sept. 13. His application was the only item on the agenda. All discussions pertaining to Brailsford's "disabling injury" and subsequent treatments were discussed in executive session.

The board told him he needed to receive an independent medical exam before it could make a decision, which is standard procedure.

He was approved for medical retirement on Oct. 8 in a unanimous vote.

https://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/mesa/2019/07/10/mesa-police-officer-philip-brailsford-rehired-pension-daniel-shaver-shooting/1698540001/
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« Reply #4534 on: July 14, 2019, 05:19:59 PM »

This cop was assigned to an "elite" "specialized" unit that investigated crimes against children and now he's accused of raping a 14 year old whose case he was investigating. How many more perverts like that serve on these "elite" units that investigate crimes against children? Incidents like this can make children victims of sexual assault think twice before contacting the police (and this cop is accused of doing this exact thing, dissuading the victim from testifying). Normally in such cases the police tries to name and shame the accused but it seems that when it's a cop involved the treatment is a bit different. In this case the Sheriff's Department did not announce the arrest initially and provided information after an inquiry by the LA Times.

L.A. County sheriff's sex crimes investigator arrested on suspicion of raping minor



A Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy assigned to handle sensitive sex abuse crimes, often involving vulnerable minors, has been arrested on suspicion of raping a 14-year-old girl in a case he was investigating.

Neil Kimball was taken into custody Friday evening after a monthlong inquiry into the allegations by the sheriff's criminal internal investigation bureau. He was booked on suspicion of rape by force and preventing or dissuading a victim from testifying.

The 45-year-old investigator with the special victims unit met the girl during the “scope of his work,” a department spokeswoman said Monday.

Kimball was relieved of duty with pay and was booked at the Los Angeles County Inmate Reception Center shortly after 11 p.m. Friday. His bail is set at $2 million.

https://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-deputy-svu-rape-20181119-story.html

https://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-sheriff-deputy-charged-20181121-story.html

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Molesting a 15 year old girl who was already the victim of sexual abuse and thought she would get help by going to the police... He is expected to get just 3 years in prison...

LASD Sex Crimes Detective Pleads Guilty to Molesting Teen Whose Sex Assault Case He Was Investigating

A former Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department detective pleaded guilty to child molestation involving a teenager whose sexual assault case he was investigating, authorities said Wednesday.

Neil David Kimball, 46, of Agoura, pleaded guilty to a lewd act with a child and unlawful sexual intercourse, the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office said.

The former detective was initially charged with forcible rape against a minor 14 years or older while the victim was tied or bound, as well as witness intimidation by threat of force, the DA said.

While working as a detective with the Special Victims Bureau for sex crimes in 2017, he met with a 15-year-old when she reported being a victim of sexual assault.

Kimball’s sentencing is scheduled for Aug. 8, 2019, at a Ventura court. He is expected to be sentenced to three years in prison under the terms of a plea agreement.

https://ktla.com/2019/07/10/l-a-county-sheriffs-sex-crimes-detective-pleads-guilty-to-molesting-teen-whose-sexual-assault-case-he-was-investigating
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« Reply #4535 on: July 14, 2019, 05:23:10 PM »

Remember this case?

Molesting a 15 year old girl who was already the victim of sexual abuse and thought she would get help by going to the police... He is expected to get just 3 years in prison...

LASD Sex Crimes Detective Pleads Guilty to Molesting Teen Whose Sex Assault Case He Was Investigating

A former Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department detective pleaded guilty to child molestation involving a teenager whose sexual assault case he was investigating, authorities said Wednesday.

Neil David Kimball, 46, of Agoura, pleaded guilty to a lewd act with a child and unlawful sexual intercourse, the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office said.

The former detective was initially charged with forcible rape against a minor 14 years or older while the victim was tied or bound, as well as witness intimidation by threat of force, the DA said.

While working as a detective with the Special Victims Bureau for sex crimes in 2017, he met with a 15-year-old when she reported being a victim of sexual assault.

Kimball’s sentencing is scheduled for Aug. 8, 2019, at a Ventura court. He is expected to be sentenced to three years in prison under the terms of a plea agreement.

https://ktla.com/2019/07/10/l-a-county-sheriffs-sex-crimes-detective-pleads-guilty-to-molesting-teen-whose-sexual-assault-case-he-was-investigating
Didn't a female teacher just get 20 years?
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« Reply #4536 on: July 14, 2019, 05:31:47 PM »

Didn't a female teacher just get 20 years?

Yes, one of the few females to get a sentence that somewhat resembles what men get in similar cases. Most of the times the female teachers get very little if any prison time.
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« Reply #4537 on: July 14, 2019, 05:35:22 PM »

Yes, one of the few females to get a sentence that somewhat resembles what men get in similar cases. Most of the times the female teachers get very little if any prison time.
How does this cop only get 3?
Wait a minute, LA county.... Roll Eyes
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« Reply #4538 on: July 15, 2019, 10:55:46 AM »

But of course they are allowed to investigate themselves so they can then clear themselves of any wrongdoing.
Ironically, the syndicate responsible for the "internal investigations" is called "Professional Standards Bureau".

Kansas chief concerned about police shooting investigations

A Kansas police chief testified in a newly released deposition that he was so concerned about the fairness of internal department probes of police shootings in Wichita that he removed the high-ranking officers overseeing them and detectives conducting them.

Wichita Police Chief Gordon Ramsay acknowledged investigators asked leading questions that could have prompted police officers to claim the shootings were in self-defense. He also testified that detectives working on the internal probes got involved in the related criminal investigations and were “potentially contaminating” those investigations.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/kansas-chief-concerned-about-police-shooting-investigations/2019/07/11
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