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« Reply #4475 on: June 04, 2019, 01:36:27 PM »

Baltimore really is a shithole


More criminal gang activity from Baltimore...

Former Baltimore Police Sergeant Pleads Guilty to Conspiracy to Deprive Civil Rights for Assisting a Member of the Baltimore Police Gun Trace Task Force by Planting a Gun at the Scene of an Arrest
Also Admitted that He Told a Witness to Lie


Baltimore, Maryland – Former Baltimore Police Sergeant Keith Allen Gladstone, age 51, of New Park, Pennsylvania, pleaded guilty today to conspiracy to deprive civil rights, in connection with planting evidence at a crime scene.  As part of his plea, Gladstone also admitted that he told a witness to lie about the event if questioned by law enforcement.

The guilty plea was announced by United States Attorney for the District of Maryland Robert K. Hur and Acting Special Agent in Charge Jennifer L. Moore of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Baltimore Field Office.

“Prosecuting criminals who work in police agencies is essential both to protect our communities and to support the many honorable officers whose reputations they unfairly tarnish,” said U.S. Attorney Robert K. Hur.

Keith Allen Gladstone joined the Baltimore Police Department (BPD) as an officer on November 20, 1992, and was promoted to Sergeant on December 16, 2011.  Gladstone retired from the BPD on December 25, 2012, but was subsequently reinstated as a Sergeant on December 9, 2013.  In March 2014, Gladstone was the officer-in-charge of a Special Enforcement Section (SES) unit assigned to BPD’s Western District.  Gladstone retired from the BPD for a second time on May 1, 2017.

According his plea agreement, on the evening of March 26, 2014, Gladstone, who was on duty, was having dinner with Officer 1 when he received a call on his cell phone from a sergeant in the BPD who was in a panic because he had just run over an arrestee, D.S., in the front yard of a home in Northeast Baltimore.  Gladstone obtained a BB gun from another officer, then drove with Officer 1 to the site of D.S.’s arrest on Anntana Avenue and Belair Road in Northeast Baltimore City.  Gladstone admitted that he dropped the BB gun near a pickup truck where D.S. lay injured on the ground.  Gladstone told the sergeant, in Officer 3’s presence, “it’s over by the truck,” or words to that effect.  The BB gun was then seen by another BPD officer and ultimately recovered by the BPD’s crime lab unit.  Based on a false statement of probable cause written by the sergeant in another officer’s name, D.S. was subsequently charged in Maryland state court with possession, use, and discharge of a gas or pellet gun, for the BB gun that Gladstone planted at the scene of D.S.’s arrest, and a number of drug offenses.  D.S. was detained on those charges until at least April 2, 2014.  On January 16, 2015, the charges were disposed of by nolle prosequi, which is a form of dismissal.

As a result of his actions, Gladstone conspired to deprive D.S. of his liberty without the due process of law, and conspired to commit offenses against the United States, specifically to impede, obstruct, and influence an investigation.

As detailed in his plea agreement, after the sergeant and six other officers who had been members of the GTTF were arrested on federal racketeering charges, Gladstone and Officer 1 arranged to meet in person.  Gladstone arranged for the meeting to take place in a swimming pool, to ensure that Officer 1 was not wearing a recording device.  Gladstone admitted that during the meeting, he told Officer 1 that if questioned by federal law enforcement about the events on March 26, 2014, Officer 1 should tell federal investigators that Gladstone and Officer 1 were at the crime scene for “scene security,” which Officer 1 knew was not true.  Gladstone also told Officer 1 to tell law enforcement that Gladstone had gotten the BB gun from his trunk, which was also not true, since Gladstone and Officer 1 had obtained the gun from another officer.   

Gladstone faces a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison for conspiracy to violate civil rights.  U.S. District Judge Catherine C. Blake has scheduled sentencing for September 13, 2019, at 9:15 a.m.

United States Attorney Robert K. Hur commended the FBI for its work in the investigation.  Mr. Hur thanked Assistant U.S. Attorneys Leo J. Wise and Derek E. Hines, who are prosecuting the case.

https://www.justice.gov/usao-md/pr/former-baltimore-police-sergeant-pleads-guilty-conspiracy-deprive-civil-rights-assisting
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« Reply #4476 on: June 04, 2019, 02:14:03 PM »

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
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« Reply #4477 on: June 04, 2019, 09:24:12 PM »

When seconds counted, the cops were 3 phone calls and 26 minutes away.
Good thing this woman had a firearm and was prepared to use it.

Florida mom holds suspected intruder at gunpoint for 26 minutes

A Florida mother held a suspected intruder at gunpoint for 26 minutes last month while waiting for police to arrive, according to reports.

Lauren Richards, 25, first called 911 just after midnight May 25 and told them someone unfamiliar was outside her Tampa Bay area home, WFLA reported. After calling police, she noticed her garage door, which she usually keeps open, was shut. She opened the door. “He is about 8 feet from me approximately," she told WFLA.

"I have a gun pointed and I need the police to show up immediately," she told 911 in a second call. "I called 10 minutes ago and nobody has shown up."

She reportedly had to hold the gun on the intruder for another 13 minutes before police arrived just after 1 a.m. Another neighbor assisted Richards in holding the suspected intruder at gunpoint after she called him.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/florida-woman-holds-suspected-intruder-at-gunpoint-for-26-minutes
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« Reply #4478 on: June 05, 2019, 01:06:38 PM »

Why do we pay for this.
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« Reply #4479 on: June 06, 2019, 01:05:38 AM »

Outrageous... Even though the maximum sentence he faces is just 12.5 years for killing an innocent woman, now his attorneys are asking that he serves just 2 weeks per year in a workhouse: one week on the anniversary of his victim's death and another week on his victim's birthday.
The article also mentions how several letters of support were submitted from cops as well as a State Rep of Somali descent who, oddly enough, in her campaign said that "residents of color are over policed" and advocated for "greater police accountability" (it is quite odd then that now she supports a cop who killed an innocent woman, maybe because the victim was white and innocent and the cop who killed her was of Somali descent).

Attorneys for Noor propose unusual sentence

Two days before Mohamed Noor is to be sentenced, attorneys for the former Minneapolis police officer convicted in the fatal shooting of Justine Ruszczyk Damond have asked a judge to consider an unusual sentence that would only have Noor locked up for two weeks a year.

In their memorandum in support of a "mitigated sentencing departure," attorneys Thomas Plunkett and Peter Wold asked the court to consider Noor's lack of a criminal history, remorse and community support.

In the first of two proposed sentences, the attorneys asked for no prison time, instead requiring Noor to turn himself in to the Hennepin County workhouse for one week on the anniversary of Damond's death in July, and one more week on her birthday in April.

https://kstp.com/news/mohamed-noor-sentencing-justine-ruszczyk-damond/5379143/
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« Reply #4480 on: June 06, 2019, 03:12:46 AM »

Outrageous... Even though the maximum sentence he faces is just 12.5 years for killing an innocent woman, now his attorneys are asking that he serves just 2 weeks per year in a workhouse: one week on the anniversary of his victim's death and another week on his victim's birthday.
The article also mentions how several letters of support were submitted from cops as well as a State Rep of Somali descent who, oddly enough, in her campaign said that "residents of color are over policed" and advocated for "greater police accountability" (it is quite odd then that now she supports a cop who killed an innocent woman, maybe because the victim was white and innocent and the cop who killed her was of Somali descent).

Attorneys for Noor propose unusual sentence

Two days before Mohamed Noor is to be sentenced, attorneys for the former Minneapolis police officer convicted in the fatal shooting of Justine Ruszczyk Damond have asked a judge to consider an unusual sentence that would only have Noor locked up for two weeks a year.

In their memorandum in support of a "mitigated sentencing departure," attorneys Thomas Plunkett and Peter Wold asked the court to consider Noor's lack of a criminal history, remorse and community support.

In the first of two proposed sentences, the attorneys asked for no prison time, instead requiring Noor to turn himself in to the Hennepin County workhouse for one week on the anniversary of Damond's death in July, and one more week on her birthday in April.

https://kstp.com/news/mohamed-noor-sentencing-justine-ruszczyk-damond/5379143/

Sickening that an innocent life gets taken and this is the aftermath
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« Reply #4481 on: June 06, 2019, 10:42:26 AM »

Outrageous... Even though the maximum sentence he faces is just 12.5 years for killing an innocent woman, now his attorneys are asking that he serves just 2 weeks per year in a workhouse: one week on the anniversary of his victim's death and another week on his victim's birthday.
The article also mentions how several letters of support were submitted from cops as well as a State Rep of Somali descent who, oddly enough, in her campaign said that "residents of color are over policed" and advocated for "greater police accountability" (it is quite odd then that now she supports a cop who killed an innocent woman, maybe because the victim was white and innocent and the cop who killed her was of Somali descent).

Attorneys for Noor propose unusual sentence

Two days before Mohamed Noor is to be sentenced, attorneys for the former Minneapolis police officer convicted in the fatal shooting of Justine Ruszczyk Damond have asked a judge to consider an unusual sentence that would only have Noor locked up for two weeks a year.

In their memorandum in support of a "mitigated sentencing departure," attorneys Thomas Plunkett and Peter Wold asked the court to consider Noor's lack of a criminal history, remorse and community support.

In the first of two proposed sentences, the attorneys asked for no prison time, instead requiring Noor to turn himself in to the Hennepin County workhouse for one week on the anniversary of Damond's death in July, and one more week on her birthday in April.

https://kstp.com/news/mohamed-noor-sentencing-justine-ruszczyk-damond/5379143/


Fucking Nonsense
What kinda Drugs are Those attorneys on.
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« Reply #4482 on: June 06, 2019, 03:36:59 PM »

Another joke sentence, just 60 months...

Former Supervisor at Louisiana Correctional Facility Sentenced for Role in Conspiracy to Violate Civil Rights of Inmates

A former captain at the Richwood Correctional Center was sentenced today in U.S. District Court in Monroe, Louisiana, for his role in a conspiracy to violate the civil rights of five inmates. Roderick Douglas, 38, of Monroe, Louisiana, previously pleaded guilty to conspiring with five other corrections officers to violate the Constitutional prohibition against cruel and unusual punishment. According to the defendant’s plea agreement and admission in court, Douglas and other officers sprayed a chemical agent directly in the faces and eyes of five inmates while the inmates were handcuffed, compliant, kneeling on the floor, and not posing a physical threat to anyone. Following that abuse, the officers conspired to hide their conduct by submitting false reports.

Douglas was sentenced to serve 60 months in prison by U.S. District Judge Terry A. Doughty of the Western District of Louisiana. Assistant Attorney General Eric Dreiband for the Civil Rights Division and U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Louisiana David C. Joseph made the announcement.

“This blatant abuse of power will not be tolerated by the Department of Justice,” said Assistant Attorney General Eric Dreiband. “Today’s sentencing demonstrates the commitment of the Civil Rights Division to vigorously prosecute those who inflict cruel and unusual punishment against inmates under their care.” 

“Correctional officers deserve our respect for the jobs they do, but we must also hold them accountable when they willfully break the law and cover up the abuse of inmates,” said U.S. Attorney David C. Joseph. “The defendant in this case ignored his role as a caretaker for prisoners and violated the rights of those he was sworn to protect. My office is committed to upholding the laws of our land and the rights of all.”

Assistant U.S. Attorney Mary Mudrick of the U.S. Attorney’s Office of the Western District of Louisiana, and Trial Attorney Anita Channapati of the Civil Rights Division, Criminal Section, prosecuted the case. The Monroe Division of the FBI investigated the case.

https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/former-supervisor-louisiana-correctional-facility-sentenced-role-conspiracy-violate-civil
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« Reply #4483 on: June 06, 2019, 03:49:24 PM »

Facial recognition is coming to US schools, starting in New York

The Lockport City School District in New York will start testing a facial and object recognition system called "Aegis" on June 3rd. According to BuzzFeed News, that will make it the first in the US to pilot a facial recognition surveillance system on its students and faculty. The district installed cameras and the software suite back in September, using $1.4 million of the $4.2 million funding it received through the New York Smart Schools Bond Act. Funding provided through the Bond Act is supposed to go towards instructional tech devices, such as iPads and laptops, but the district clearly had other plans.

BuzzFeed News got its hands on a copy of a letter distributed to the students' parents, and it describes Aegis as "an early warning system" that can notify officials of threats. The system, created by Canadian company SN Technologies, can apparently keep track of certain individuals in school grounds. They include level 2 or 3 sex offenders, anyone prohibited from entering the schools and anybody believed to pose a threat based on credible information.

https://www.engadget.com/2019/05/30/facial-recognition-us-schools-new-york/
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« Reply #4484 on: June 06, 2019, 04:03:02 PM »

That's a nice racket by NYC and NYPD...

NYC Makes 11th Avenue One Way With No Warning, Then Tickets Drivers For Not Knowing

The city’s sudden change to traffic flow on a heavily traveled west side avenue led to mass confusion Tuesday.

A one-way only stretch on 11th Avenue has been extended. The city said it’s part of the mayor’s “Vision Zero” plan, but drivers and bikers say it came with zero warning. With the brush of this truck, Department of Transportation workers wiped out the double lanes on 11th Avenue and slowly erected one way sign posts. There will now be only one way traffic from 57th Street all the way to the Lincoln Tunnel.

Some drivers realized the change Tuesday morning as police issued summonses to drivers making a left onto 11th Avenue from 56th Street to head north.  One driver didn’t notice the poorly announced change and was chased down by an NYPD officer to turn around, but still didn’t understand why.

CBS2’s Lisa Rozner then questioned the officers on why they were handing out pricey tickets for a policy that was literally minutes old and gave drivers no warning.

Hours later – and as more cars continued to make the customary turn – police instead pulled over drivers to give out fliers informing them about the “new traffic pattern.”

https://newyork.cbslocal.com/2019/06/04/nyc-11th-avenue-one-way-tickets/
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« Reply #4485 on: June 06, 2019, 10:22:20 PM »

Another reminder that we are dealing with violent criminal gangs. Of course local crime bosses were quick to defend them.

Video shows Cuyahoga County Jail officer pummel mentally-ill inmate after turning off body camera

Guards strapped Terrance Debose to a chair in a small cell tucked away in the Cuyahoga County Jail where no one else could see him.

Corrections Cpl. Nicholas Evans stood next to the chair. He flipped his body camera off and pummeled the face of the 47-year-old inmate who suffers from an undiagnosed mental illness. Debose could not move his arms to defend himself from the onslaught.

Cuyahoga County released surveillance video to cleveland.com Thursday of the March 22 incident after months of delays and denials.

The video showed Timothy Dugan, another corrections officer, punch Debose in the face one last time. The two now-indicted guards left Dubose strapped in the chair for two hours as his face bled.

The beating takes 13 seconds and is among the shortest of the videos released by Cuyahoga County of corrections officers accused of abuse and violating the civil-rights of jail inmates. But it’s also among the most brutal in its depiction of violence.

Debose suffered a concussion as a result of the attack.

Evans punches Debose six times and Dugan twice. Evans faces a felonious assault charge that carries a potential eight-year prison sentence if he’s convicted. Dugan is charged with misdemeanor assault, and both are charged with violating Debose’s civil rights. They pleaded not guilty at their arraignments in early April.

The two officers are on unpaid administrative leave while the case is pending.

“While we can’t run from the video, the evidence provided to us during the course of our defense does not appear to show serious physical harm to sustain a felony conviction in this case," said Adam Chaloupka, an attorney with the Ohio Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association.

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

https://www.cleveland.com/metro/2019/06/video-shows-cuyahoga-county-jail-officer-pummel-mentally-ill-inmate-after-turning-off-body-camera.html


Btw, this is the same county where this happened:

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yitULN4qYtw" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yitULN4qYtw</a>

This level of brutality and sadism should be countered with capital punishment.
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« Reply #4486 on: June 07, 2019, 09:47:11 AM »

Outrageous... Even though the maximum sentence he faces is just 12.5 years for killing an innocent woman, now his attorneys are asking that he serves just 2 weeks per year in a workhouse: one week on the anniversary of his victim's death and another week on his victim's birthday.
The article also mentions how several letters of support were submitted from cops as well as a State Rep of Somali descent who, oddly enough, in her campaign said that "residents of color are over policed" and advocated for "greater police accountability" (it is quite odd then that now she supports a cop who killed an innocent woman, maybe because the victim was white and innocent and the cop who killed her was of Somali descent).

Attorneys for Noor propose unusual sentence

Two days before Mohamed Noor is to be sentenced, attorneys for the former Minneapolis police officer convicted in the fatal shooting of Justine Ruszczyk Damond have asked a judge to consider an unusual sentence that would only have Noor locked up for two weeks a year.

In their memorandum in support of a "mitigated sentencing departure," attorneys Thomas Plunkett and Peter Wold asked the court to consider Noor's lack of a criminal history, remorse and community support.

In the first of two proposed sentences, the attorneys asked for no prison time, instead requiring Noor to turn himself in to the Hennepin County workhouse for one week on the anniversary of Damond's death in July, and one more week on her birthday in April.

https://kstp.com/news/mohamed-noor-sentencing-justine-ruszczyk-damond/5379143/

Still not enough but at least he didn't get that joke of a sentence his lawyers proposed (serving 2 weeks per year in a workhouse: one week on the anniversary of his victim's death and another week on his victim's birthday).

Ex-Minneapolis officer who killed Justine Damond sentenced to 12.5 years

Mohamed Noor, the former Minneapolis police officer convicted in the fatal shooting of an Australian woman who called 911 for help, was sentenced Friday to 12 1/2 years in prison.

Noor, 33, fatally shot Justine Ruszczyk Damond, on July 15, 2017, after Noor and his partner responded to Damond’s call to report that she thought a woman was being sexually assaulted.

Defense lawyer Thomas Plunkett asked for just one year and a day in prison for his client, and filed 44 letter with the court in support of Noor. But Senior Hennepin County Attorney Amy Sweasy countered that such a light sentence would make Noor's murder conviction equivalent to a misdemeanor DUI. “Such a sentence would be wildly inappropriate in a case this severe," Sweasy said.

And Hennepin County Judge Kathryn Quaintance lauded Noor's record of community service but said she couldn't cut him any slack.

“The law does not allow leniency because somebody is a good person,” the judge said. “Good people sometimes do bad things."

Quaintance sentenced him to 150 months in prison, minus 41 days in jail he's always served.

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/ex-minneapolis-officer-who-killed-justine-damond-sentenced-12-5-n1013926
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« Reply #4487 on: June 07, 2019, 10:10:09 AM »

Got caught watching porn on duty for 105 hours (!), now he's an "undersheriff"...

Former BCSO deputy caught watching porn at work, now Valencia Co. undersheriff

He got caught looking at hours of porn while on duty with the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Office. Now, Mark Kmatz is the undersheriff in another county, raising questions about how his misconduct was handled.

Kmatz was hired by BCSO in 1997 and was the face of the department for many years.  However, in 2015, BCSO said Kmatz was caught on a Bernalillo County owned computer looking at porn sites for approximately 105 hours while on duty.

BCSO Undersheriff Rudy Mora filed a misconduct report stating Deputy Kmatz signed his time card indicating full compensation for time worked while committing the policy violations, meaning he was committing time fraud.

Kmatz resigned in 2015 as BCSO moved to fire him. Four years later, he's now the undersheriff in Valencia County.  

https://www.krqe.com/news/albuquerque-metro/former-bcso-deputy-caught-watching-porn-at-work-now-valencia-co-undersheriff/2058720972
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« Reply #4488 on: June 07, 2019, 01:07:54 PM »

Baltimore is a cesspool of criminal gangs. And get this, in 2018 this guy got paid more than the fucking Mayor of Baltimore, earning $243,132! The only other city employee to earn more than him was another cop!

Police sergeant arrested after allegedly lying about assault caught on body cam

Baltimore police announced the arrest of one of their own on Thursday after reviewing officer-worn body cam footage painting a very different picture than what one of their senior officers reported.

Sgt. Ethan Newberg was charged with second-degree assault, misconduct and false imprisonment for allegedly attacking a man who did nothing wrong. The charges came after officials reviewed footage from his body-worn camera of an arrest earlier this week conducted by Newberg.

According to officials, Newberg, a 24-year veteran with the department, was running a warrant check and claimed a second man at the scene "challenged him and became combative and aggressive."

“The body worn camera that I reviewed tells a much different story," Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison said at a press conference Thursday. "It shows the man speaking to Sgt. Newberg and walking calmly away after offering his opinion that Sgt. Newberg should have not placed the suspect on a wet sidewalk."

In a video Harrison called "disturbing," he said Newberg is seen chasing and grabbing the subject while another officer tackled the subject to the ground and placed him in handcuffs.

Newberg was the second-highest paid city employee in 2018, making $243,132, according to city records. The only city employee who made more gross salary was fellow police Sgt. William Harris Jr.

The sergeant was paid over $60,000 more than then-Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh
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https://abcnews.go.com/US/police-sergeant-arrested-allegedly-lying-assault-caught-body/story?id=63543894
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« Reply #4489 on: June 10, 2019, 07:41:26 PM »

Border Agency’s Images of Travelers Stolen in Hack

Tens of thousands of images of travelers and license plates stored by the Customs and Border Protection agency have been stolen in a digital breach, officials said Monday, prompting renewed questions about how the federal government secures and shares personal data.

An official at the agency said it learned on May 31 that a federal subcontractor had transferred copies of the images to the subcontractor’s network, which the agency said was done without its knowledge and in violation of the contract. The subcontractor’s network was then hacked.

The hacked material did not include images from airports, but rather of drivers in their cars and license plates of vehicles crossing through one port of entry over a six-week period, officials said. One United States government official said no more than 100,000 people had their information compromised by the attack.

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/10/us/politics/customs-data-breach.html
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« Reply #4490 on: June 13, 2019, 06:13:33 PM »

Horrific. And it happened 5 years ago. Incredible how in 2015 a grand jury found there was "insufficient evidence" to indict this abuser (see video below for the insufficient evidence). The victim filed the lawsuit in 2016 and only now a judge decided he could proceed.

Handcuffed Houston man whose injury was captured on video headed for trial against police on civil rights violation

A Houston police officer holds a young man’s head against a sky blue wall at a city lockup and moments later fresh blood can be seen on video dripping from the wall and on the white linoleum floor of the holding cell.

These images captured in 2014 surveillance videos at the municipal facility on Riesner helped convince a federal judge this week that a federal civil rights complaint should proceed to trial against the officer on charges he slammed the handcuffed man’s head into a metal door jamb and pressed it against the wall, causing him to lose consciousness. A medical provider administered 10 stitches to his forehead to seal the wound.

Police suspended the officer with pay during an internal investigation, but he was reinstated, a department spokesman previously said.

The police department’s internal affairs division disciplined Corral after the incident for “not being aware of his surroundings,” according to Kallinen.

In June 2015, a grand jury in the 174th District Court found insufficient evidence to indict the officer.

https://www.houstonchronicle.com/news/houston-texas/houston/article/Handcuffed-Houston-man-whose-injury-was-captured-13973626.php

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« Reply #4491 on: June 14, 2019, 05:08:36 PM »

All this was based on the allegation of a security guard about the theft of a $1 doll by a 4 year old girl.
After the video was made public, the cops said that the "Professional Standards Bureau" (LMAO!) will "investigate" the incident...

Phoenix police investigating officers caught sweeping handcuffed man’s leg and pointing gun at car with children inside

The Phoenix Police Department has opened an investigation into some of its officers and how they handled a shoplifting-theft incident.

The decision comes after cell phone video was released showing an officer sweeping the leg of a handcuffed man.

Seconds later, another officer points his gun at the backseat of a car before a pregnant mother and her two young daughters emerge. The officer then holsters his weapon.

https://www.abc15.com/news/region-phoenix-metro/central-phoenix/phoenix-police-investigating-officers-caught-sweeping-handcuffed-mans-leg-and-pointing-gun-at-car-with-children-inside


Amid Backlash, Phoenix Refuses to ID Cursing Cop, Family Files $10M Claim

Shocking footage of a Phoenix police officer telling a 22-year-old man, "I'm gonna put a fucking cap in your fucking head" has sparked backlash against a department already reeling from the revelation last week of racist social media posts from officers.

Now, the man and family in the video — Dravon Ames, his pregnant fiancée, Iesha Harper, and their two young children — have filed a notice of claim against the city of Phoenix. The family is seeking $10 million in damages. Former Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne is representing the family.

"The police officers committed battery, unlawful imprisonment, false arrest, infliction of emotional distress, and violation of civil rights under the fifth and 14th amendments of the United States Constitution," the claim states.

https://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/news/phoenix-shoplifting-video-brutality-family-files-claim-11312081

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« Reply #4492 on: June 14, 2019, 05:14:28 PM »

Sacramento County Deputy Arrested for Alleged Sex With 16-Year-Old Boy

A Sacramento County sheriff’s deputy has been arrested for allegedly having sex with a 16-year-old boy.

Authorities say 44-year-old Shauna Bishop of Citrus Heights turned herself into Folsom police on Thursday. She was booked and later released.

An investigation began in May and authorities had obtained an arrest warrant. Bishop could face charges of child molestation and unlawful sex.

https://ktla.com/2019/06/13/sacramento-county-deputy-arrested-for-alleged-sex-with-16-year-old-boy/
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« Reply #4493 on: June 14, 2019, 10:35:22 PM »

Horrific. And it happened 5 years ago. Incredible how in 2015 a grand jury found there was "insufficient evidence" to indict this abuser (see video below for the insufficient evidence). The victim filed the lawsuit in 2016 and only now a judge decided he could proceed.

Handcuffed Houston man whose injury was captured on video headed for trial against police on civil rights violation

A Houston police officer holds a young man’s head against a sky blue wall at a city lockup and moments later fresh blood can be seen on video dripping from the wall and on the white linoleum floor of the holding cell.

These images captured in 2014 surveillance videos at the municipal facility on Riesner helped convince a federal judge this week that a federal civil rights complaint should proceed to trial against the officer on charges he slammed the handcuffed man’s head into a metal door jamb and pressed it against the wall, causing him to lose consciousness. A medical provider administered 10 stitches to his forehead to seal the wound.

Police suspended the officer with pay during an internal investigation, but he was reinstated, a department spokesman previously said.

The police department’s internal affairs division disciplined Corral after the incident for “not being aware of his surroundings,” according to Kallinen.

In June 2015, a grand jury in the 174th District Court found insufficient evidence to indict the officer.

https://www.houstonchronicle.com/news/houston-texas/houston/article/Handcuffed-Houston-man-whose-injury-was-captured-13973626.php

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PttVSjGk30E" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PttVSjGk30E</a>

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Yet if the situation was reversed it would be more Than Enough Evidence to Convict.

Why do Police service Want or Need to Retain & Cover For Scumbags, is the service
Just so Full of them - It’s the only conclusion to come to.
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« Reply #4494 on: June 17, 2019, 09:42:14 PM »

Sacramento County Deputy Arrested for Alleged Sex With 16-Year-Old Boy

A Sacramento County sheriff’s deputy has been arrested for allegedly having sex with a 16-year-old boy.

Authorities say 44-year-old Shauna Bishop of Citrus Heights turned herself into Folsom police on Thursday. She was booked and later released.

An investigation began in May and authorities had obtained an arrest warrant. Bishop could face charges of child molestation and unlawful sex.

https://ktla.com/2019/06/13/sacramento-county-deputy-arrested-for-alleged-sex-with-16-year-old-boy/

This kid must be a fag.
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« Reply #4495 on: June 18, 2019, 04:40:13 PM »

Deputy suspended for 'attendance issues' charged with driving drunk with child passenger

A Bexar County sheriff deputy who was already on unpaid administrative leave for attendance problems is set to be fired after she was arrested for Thursday night for allegedly driving drunk with a child in her car, according to a news release from the sheriff's office.

Nancy Cruz, 23, was arrested just before midnight by a Texas Department of Public Safety trooper, according to the news release. Her bail is set at $5,000.

https://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local/crime/article/BCSO-Deputy-suspended-for-attendance-issues-13997632.php



She is the 8th cop arrested in this department for 2019:

"BCSO administration has begun termination proceedings for what is a pattern of misconduct for this employee, and will be serving her with those documents later this morning," according to the news release.

  • Armando Trevino was arrested last month after he was caught buying heroin while in uniform which he intended to sell to inmates, something he had been doing for a while.
  • Markese Djuan Shands turned himself in on Friday on an arrest warrant for official oppression after a ten-month investigation of a March 15, 2018 incident in which he “pushed the inmate hard and knocked him down."
  • Mishal Mathew was arrested on May 14 on a felony charge of tampering with a government record after an inmate died on his watch in which he claimed he had checked all the cells but that proved to be a lie.
  • Arnold Juarez Gomez was arrested on May 5 on a misdemeanor DWI charge.
  • Andrew McDermott was arrested April 23 for aggravated robbery and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon for cutting his ex-girlfriend's arms over text communications he found on her phone in June 2018.
  • Ryan Storm Ferrell was arrested on March 15 for DWI and was quickly fired.
  • Rachelle Balmez was arrested January 1 for choking her domestic partner. She had been on paid leave since September 2017 for a separate domestic violence incident.

The attitude of Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar should be applauded, and of course just firing the scum is not enough, there should also be charges and prison time where appropriate:
"I will make it a point to hunt you down and cut you down like a cancer," Salazar said during a press conference on March 30 where he announced the firing of several deputies from this year.



This is an article from last year about the same department:

Astounding Bexar County Sheriff's deputy arrest rate continues to skyrocket



Twenty-four Bexar County Sheriff’s Office staffers have now been arrested this year, more than double the total from 2017. And there are still four weeks left in the year.

With 1,374 deputies in the county, that is an arrest rate of 1.7 percent.

By comparison, five of the 2,329 officers in the San Antonio Police Department have been arrested this year, a rate of 0.2 percent.

If SAPD officers were being arrested at the same rate as the Sheriff’s Department, the number of police arrested would be 39..

The most recent deputy arrested - on Dec. 3 - is Michael Dewitt, 51, for assault-family choking/strangulation.

https://news4sanantonio.com/news/local/bexar-county-sheriffs-deputies-being-arrested-at-prolific-rate
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« Reply #4496 on: June 18, 2019, 04:52:38 PM »

'Fucking go': DPS trooper screams after allegedly punching elderly couple's windshield

A Fort Bend County family is demanding answers after they say a Texas state trooper punched the front windshield of their car during a traffic stop.

"To me, this here is totally unjustifiable for the trooper who did it," said Marcie Creek, the couple's daughter.

Francisco Montemayor, 81, was driving his 75-year-old wife to a Saturday afternoon lunch in Richmond when they say they slowed down to pass a trooper who was conducting a traffic stop.

That's when her mother claims that without warning, the trooper fired a punch into the passenger side of the front windshield.

ABC13 Eyewitness News spoke with a DPS supervisor as he visited the family's home Monday, checking on the couple and their car.

He admitted the trooper was responsible for the broken windshield and said an internal investigation is underway.

https://abc13.com/dps-trooper-smashes-elderly-couples-windshield-with-fist/5350514/
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