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    Baton Rouge cop who was injured in deadly ambush sues Black Lives Matter and five of its leaders for 'inciting violence' against police
    • The suit also says BLM didn't denounce violence until it was 'all but too late'
    • The plaintiff is believed to be sheriff's deputy and dad of 2, Nicholas Tullier, 42
    • He was shot in the head in July 17 attack and is now regaining motor functions
    • The suit names BLM leader DeRay Mckesson and five others as 'inciting' violence
    • It alleges that he inspired violence at a protest-turned-'riot' on July 9
    • Shooter was veteran Gavin Long, who shot 6 officers, killing 3, before he died
    • Long was furious after unarmed black man Alton Sterling was killed by cops


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    'I don't do Narcan': Ohio sheriff refuses to allow his deputies to carry overdose antidote despite the state being hardest hit by opioid crisis
    • Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones won't allow his deputies to carry Narcan
    • Jones said he's opposed for safety reasons claiming people who overdosed become hostile and violent after being revived with Narcan
    • He said his deputies never carried it and they won't anytime soon
    • Jones told NBC News: 'There's no law that say police officers have to carry. Until there is, we're not going to use it.'
    • Ohio is among the states hit hardest by the opioid crisis and Butler County had a record 192 drug overdose deaths last year


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    Dough! Texas cookie store SUSPENDS teenage employee who paid for cop's brownie after another customer called him RACIST for not receiving same treatment!
    • Zachary Randolph was suspended after buying an officer a brownie on Sunday
    • Another customer at Great American Cookies at Katy Mills Mall became upset
    • The man allegedly asked if the 18-year-old was going to buy his order as well
    • Randolph said no because the man wasn't an officer, making the man angry
    • The teen, from Katy, TX, said he threatened to beat him up and to get him fired
    • Randolph's manager suspended him for a week after the incident on Tuesday
    • Later the mall's owner of the store reversed the decision and welcomed him back


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    NYPD cops turn their back on Mayor Bill de Blasio as he speaks at funeral for slain officer before her children give tearful eulogy
    • Bill de Blasio was snubbed by NYPD officers outside World Changers Church in The Bronx on Tuesday
    • The mayor was attending the funeral of slain police officer Miosotis Familia who was shot dead on July 5
    • Outside the church, officers turned their backs to screens broadcasting his speech in a show of protest
    • De Blasio sparked criticism by flying to Hamburg last week in the days after Familia's killing
    • He missed a vigil held in her honor in order to speak at an anti G-20 protest and visit his son in Hamburg
    • Officer Familia's three children also spoke at the emotional funeral on Tuesday morning
    • Thousands of NYPD officers lined the streets outside the church to make way for her funeral procession


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    'I got more millionaire lawyers than you know what to do with, you stupid b****!': Bodycam video captures Shia LaBeouf's foul-mouthed tirade directed at cops who arrested him for public drunkenness in Georgia
    • Shia LaBeouf was released from a Georgia jail over the weekend after posting $7,000 bond for charges of public drunkenness
    • The 31-year-old actor was arrested in a hotel lobby at 4am on Saturday by the Savannah Police Department and released
    • LaBeouf also faces charges of disorderly conduct and obstruction
    • According to police, the Holes star asked a bystander for a cigarette to which he was told no, prompting him to be disorderly


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    Two cops are accused of racially profiling Florida's only black state attorney as they struggle to explain why they pulled her over in awkward video, simply saying 'the windows are really dark'
    • The two police officers pulled over State Attorney Aramis Ayala on June 19
    • Video captured the moment one of the officers tried to explain the traffic stop
    • After first telling Ayala they ran her plate number and it 'did not come back', the cop then explained they pulled the attorney over because of the window tint
    • Throughout the video, Ayala could be seen getting noticeably annoyed at cops


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    The Castile Doctrine: Cops without consequences
    • By Thomas L. Knapp
    • 39 min ago

    Last month, a jury acquitted St. Anthony, Minnesota police officer Jeronimo Yanez of all charges in the 2016 killing of motorist Philando Castile. That acquittal was, in a sense, also a death sentence -- not for Yanez, but for future motorists unfortunate enough to encounter cops like him.

    No, this is not a "bad cop" story. It's a sad tale and I actually feel sorry for Yanez. But the facts are what they are.

    Yanez killed Castile. The killing was caught on video and neither Yanez nor his attorneys denied it.

    His defense (that he feared for his life) was based on ridiculous grounds relating to the smell of cannabis and the presence of a child ("I thought, I was gonna die, and I thought if he's, if he has the, the guts and the audacity to smoke marijuana in front of the five year old girl and risk her lungs and risk her life by giving her secondhand smoke and the front seat passenger doing the same thing, then what, what care does he give about me?").

    Reasonable fear of death or grievous bodily harm justifies a self-defense claim. Yanez's fears were far from reasonable, especially in a trained law enforcement officer whose partner was mere feet away and whose subject of interrogation was peaceful and compliant right up to the moment Yanez shot him.

    Castile had informed Yanez that he possessed a concealed weapon and a permit for it, and was following Yanez's orders to produce the permit when Yanez panicked and fired.

    Key word: Panicked. His fear wasn't justified. It wasn't reasonable. It was unthinking and irrational. That made him culpably negligent in the killing.

    Jeronimo Yanez should have never been issued a badge, a gun, a patrol car, and authority to pull over and interrogate motorists. But he was. That's a failure of pre-employment psychological screening.

    Once Yanez did receive those items and that authority, the responsibility for what he did with them became his as well. Yes, it was a heavy responsibility, but one he voluntarily assumed and failed to fulfill.

    The jury, in relieving him of the consequences of that failure, continued a sad tradition of holding law enforcement officers to a lesser standard of conduct than ordinary Americans. In doing so, they made the world a safer place for cops who shouldn't be cops -- and a more dangerous place for the rest of us.

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    Thomas L. Knapp (Twitter: @thomaslknapp) is director and senior news analyst at the William Lloyd Garrison Center for Libertarian Advocacy Journalism (thegarrisoncenter.org).

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    COPS View on Philando Castile SHOOTING!!
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    Shot dead in her pyjamas: Australian woman, 40, 'was gunned down as she approached police after calling 911 to report a noise outside her home'... just weeks before she was due to marry her American fiance
    • An Australian woman has been shot dead by police in South Minneapolis, U.S
    • Justine Damond called 911 on Saturday night to report a possible assault nearby
    • Police say: 'At one point one officer fired their weapon, fatally striking a woman'
    • Sources claim Ms Damond was wearing her pyjamas when she was shot dead
    • When a police patrol car arrived in the alley she approached and was the shot
    • The 40-year-old from Sydney was engaged to an American man and lived in US
    • She used her fiance's surname as well as going by the name Justine Ruszczyk
    • Her soon-to-be stepson Zach Damond has slammed police for killing his mother
    • 'Mum's dead because a police officer shot her for reasons I don't know,' he said


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    Pictured: The US police officer 'who shot an Australian woman, 40, dead' in her pyjamas while his body camera was switched off - as it's revealed she moved to America to be with the love of her life
    • Justine Damond was shot dead by police after calling 911 on Saturday night
    • She had reportedly been speaking to police through the driver's side window
    • Ms Damond was shot by officer sitting in the passenger seat through driver door
    • Mohamed Noor has been named as the officer who shot 40-year-old Australian
    • His lawyer Tom Plunkett confirmed he fired his weapon on Saturday night
    • Friends say Ms Damond had spoken out against gun laws in America previously
    • She moved to Minnesota to marry 'rockstar love of her life', Don Damond, 50


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    DeKalb Police Officer BRUTALLY Beats Black Woman
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    "DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. - DeKalb County Police reopened an investigation Monday into an arrest involving a DeKalb County Police officer who was captured on video hitting a female suspect he was trying to restrain and arrest inside a convenience store.
    I heard some scrambling going on and she was on the phone and he was just beating her," Stacy Zachery said, who witnessed the encounter.

    Stacy Zachery shot the video that has led DeKalb County Police to reopen the investigation into the officer's use of force during an arrest at the Decatur gas station last month.

    “Something just went through my heart when I heard the first kick. He hit everything on her body except for the bottom of her feet," said Zachery.

    The incident occurred on June 4 after officers were called to a store in the 3300 block of Glenwood Road, on a complaint that a female was soliciting customers inside the location.

    Officials said in the statement released Monday that since the department has received “new evidence, we have reopened the investigation and will determine the incident is consistent with policy and the law.” Police said the officer filed a “use of force” report on the incident, but the officer was cleared after an internal investigation by the DeKalb County Police Department.

    Upon arrival, the female suspect, identified as Katie McCrary, can be seen in the video attempting to push the officer out of the way, according to DeKalb County Police. The officer stopped McCrary at the door and told her to step back. The two exchanged words and McCrary assaulted the officer, police said.



    In their statement, police said McCrary continued to aggressively resist the officer’s command, resulting in the officer using a baton in an attempt to restrain and arrest her.

    The officer can be seen on cellphone video repeatedly hitting McCray with a baton as McCrary lies on the floor kicking and seemingly blocking the blows.

    In their statement, police said the department “was not aware of the cell phone video and did not have possession of the video” when they originally cleared the officer.

    Officers eventually took McCray into custody, transported her to the DeKalb County Jail and later took her to Grady Memorial Hospital.

    Police charged Ms. McCrary with obstructing or hindering law enforcement officers, and also served her with a criminal trespass warning. http://www.fox5atlanta.com/news/26696...
     
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    Family of woman killed by Minneapolis police demands answers
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    The BCA is investigating a fatal officer-involved shooting in south Minneapolis. The son of the victim's fiancé addressed the shooting in a live Facebook video Sunday afternoon. http://kare11.tv/2usAHxl
     
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    'It was a homicide': Heartbroken fiance reveals his wife-to-be was shot dead by cop after calling 911 to report a RAPE behind her home and condemns Minneapolis police for wall of silence
    • Justine Damond was shot dead by police after calling 911 on Saturday night
    • She had reportedly been speaking to police through the driver's side window
    • Damond was shot by officer sitting in the passenger seat through driver door
    • Her fiance Don Damond fought back tears on Monday as he claimed that the cops have failed to provide any explanation for what he called a 'homicide'
    • 'Piecing together Justine's last moments before the homicide will be a small comfort as we grieve this tragedy,' said Don
    • He said that his fiance had called 911 to report what she believed was a sexual assault occuring in the alley next to their home
    • When cops arrived, officer Mohamed Noor shot the 40-year-old Australian
    • His lawyer Tom Plunkett confirmed he fired his weapon on Saturday night
    • City is steel reeling from the shooting death by cop of Philando Castille in 2016
    • She moved to Minnesota to marry 'rockstar love of her life', Don Damond, 50
    • Noor has two open complaints against him from 2017 and one from 2016


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    Death Row Inmate's final words set Two INNOCENT Men Free - Prison Talk Live Stream E30
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    De’Marchoe Carpenter was running out of time.
    He’d lost an appeal, Oklahoma’s governor twice denied him parole, and his post-conviction lawyers had just informed him that a key witness died of kidney failure. They were forced to mothball his case. But here Carpenter was, waiting among a flock of prisoners in a penitentiary gymnasium with a heart full of hope.

    It was June 2013, and Carpenter and his childhood friend Malcolm Scott had spent 19 years—their entire adult lives—behind bars for a crime they didn’t commit. And the man who did do it, the only man who could corroborate their innocence to a world that seemed to have forgotten them, was scheduled to be executed in six months.

    Carpenter stood by as a cluster of inmates browsed a table of children’s books. When their names were called, the men entered a classroom one by one, to be videotaped by a nonprofit that delivers messages to families of the incarcerated. As part of the project, the men read stories aloud to their kids and sent I-love-you’s through the camera.

    Dressed in his blue-gray prison smock, Carpenter was nervous but determined. He didn’t pick a paperback this year because this time, he was crafting another message. He locked eyes on the lens and said, “My name is De’Marchoe Carpenter. I’m 36. I have a life sentence plus 170 years for a murder I did not commit.

    “The culprits who actually committed this crime is on death row. Two of three has since come forward, but here I am still here,” Carpenter added, before desperately rattling off a list of boldfaced names who might help him: President Obama, Russell Simmons, Oprah Winfrey, Nancy Grace. The video would later be uploaded to YouTube under the title, “Tulsa Man Fights for His Innocence.” It even aired on a local TV station.

    The 6-foot-3 inmate secretly made a second video using a cellphone, risking punishment from detention officers. His cellmate recorded the footage, and Carpenter mailed an SD card to his family. “I’m in prison for a murder I didn’t do,” Carpenter pleaded, as the din of male voices crept into the backdrop. “I’ve been in here, trapped like an animal in a cage for a crime I didn’t do.

    “Someone please help me.”

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    Too many forces requiring college degree's in lieu of common sense, and too many folk who would be suited to 'Safe' jobs joining what can at times be a risky occupation.

    As for the Noor guy, its either a negligent discharge, or the guy had a 'Back Home' flash back and shot the lady on account of how she was in pyjamas an all ? Either way dont expect him to be held to account for either his incompetence, nor possible malice, what with the city fathers being proudernsh1t about the first Somali copper on the force.

    Then of course there be the issue with police unions having most of their employers by the balls ?
     
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    Busted! Shocking moment a police officer 'plants drugs at the scene of a crime to incriminate a defendant' is caught on his OWN body camera
    • The incident took place earlier this year during a search in Baltimore, Maryland
    • Video starts by showing a cop appear to place a bag of drugs inside a soda can
    • Officer then walks out of the alley, past two other cops with him, onto the street
    • After 30 seconds, he turned his body camera on and tells his colleagues he is going to go back down the alley to where he just was so he can 'check down here'
    • He looks around for a few seconds before picking up the drugs and yelling out
    • The incident was caught on camera because body cameras save footage of the 30 seconds prior to the device being turned on in the field, but not the audio
    • The defendant related to the video has been held since January on drug charges
    • Charges against him were reportedly dropped after video of the cop emerged


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    Baltimore Cop Caught on Bodycam Planting Drugs at Crime Scene
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    Baltimore police and prosecutors have launched investigations after being alerted to body camera footage that the public defender's office says shows an officer planting drugs. The footage is from a January drug arrest. It shows an officer placing a soup can, which holds a plastic bag, into a trash strewn lot. The officer can then be seen walking to the street, where he flips on his body camera. "I'm gonna go check here," the officer says. He returns to the lot and picks up the soup can, removing a plastic bag filled with white capsules. Police cameras have a feature that saves the 30 seconds of video prior to activation, but without audio. When the officer is first in the alley, there is no audio until 30 seconds later. "We take allegations like this very seriously and that's why we launched an internal investigation into the accusations," said Police Department spokesman T.J. Smith. "We are fortunate to have body worn cameras which provide a perspective of the event.”

    The public defender's office flagged the video recently, prompting prosecutors to drop charges against the man arrested and charged for the drugs. He had been in jail since January on a $50,000 bail he was unable to pay, according to attorney Deborah Levi, who is leading a new effort to track police misconduct cases for the public defender's office. Levi said prosecutors just days later called the officer as a witness in another case, without disclosing the allegations to the defense attorney in that case. "You can't try a case with that guy and not tell anyone about it," Levi said. Melba Saunders, a spokeswoman for the Baltimore State's Attorney's Office, said prosecutors are looking into the video, which she called "troubling." Saunders said the prosecutor on the case "took immediate and appropriate actions by dropping the case and alerting his supervisor." "Currently this case is under investigation and has been referred to internal affairs of the Baltimore Police Department," Saunders said.

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    Police officer who questioned 16-year-old honor roll student about sex video found on his phone just before he killed himself is CLEARED in his suicide
    • Naperville Police Department's internal affairs probe found Officer Brett Heun followed proper procedures during January interview of Corey Walgren
    • Walgren, 16, was questioned on January 11 by Heun and school deans about potential sex video involving a female classmate
    • Just hours later, 16-year-old Walgren jumped to his death from fifth story of a parking garage
    • Walgren's parents in May filed $5million wrongful death lawsuit accusing Heun and deans of scaring their son to death
    • Doug and Maureen Walgren claimed Heun accused Corey of being in possesion of child porn and threatened him with sex offender registry
    • Internal review concluded Heun had not taken teen into custody, had no intention to harge him and made no threats


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