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Shocking bodycam video shows white veteran cop ordering rookie to tase black woman in incident that led to officer being fired from the force
  • Sergeant Kenneth Pierce was fired from the Fort Worth, Texas police on Monday
  • The 22-year police veteran was sacked after a routine 'use of force' review
  • Ordered rookie to tase a female subject who failed to produce ID in August
  • Police chief calls the incident 'an unnecessary physical confrontation'


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Ex-trooper who fired stun gun at a 15-year-old boy who was riding an ATV causing him to crash into a pickup is charged with murder
  • 15-year-old Demond Grimes died after crashing his four-wheeled, all-terrain vehicle into a pickup truck in August
  • Grimes crashed after Michigan State Trooper Mark Bessner tried to get him off the road and fired a stun gun at him
  • The trooper reached out the passenger window of his patrol car and shocked the teen with a Taser
  • Grimes was driving the ATV between 35 and 40 mph along a Detroit street
  • An autopsy revealed that remnants of a stun gun were in the boy's hair.
  • Police policy prohibits officers from deploying Taser's from a moving vehicle
  • Bessner has been charged with murder and involuntary manslaughter


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Boy, 7, killed in shootout involving Texas deputies

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A seven-year-old Texas boy was shot and killed Thursday after he was caught in a crossfire between sheriff's deputies and a female suspect they were pursuing.

The unidentified woman, who was also killed, was reported to have stolen a car in the town of Scherz. Bexar County sheriff's deputies tracked the woman to a mobile home park, where they found her trying to break into one of the homes.

Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar told reporters that four deputies opened fire at the suspect. The boy was inside the mobile home the woman was trying to break into when he was struck in the abdomen and was pronounced dead at a local hospital.

Two other people who were in the mobile home were not hit by bullets, but were also hospitalized.

Salazar said it was not clear who fired the shot that killed the boy.

"We don't want to leave any stone unturned," he said. "We want everybody to have answers here. Right now, it's just too soon to tell."

Salazar added the deputies involved in the shooting have between two and 27 years of experience in the department and said they were "pretty shaken up."

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Gunman, 51, is shot dead by cops after shooting rampage targeting officers that began near Pennsylvania's state Capitol Building
  • Ahmed Aminamin El-Mofty, 51, allegedly went on a shooting spree on Friday
  • Authorities said that he specifically targeted police officers during the spree
  • A state trooper was wounded during the second shooting incident
  • El-Mofty was then killed during a shootout with local and state police


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Salazar said it was not clear who fired the shot that killed the boy.
Which tells you pretty much all you need to know here. Oh yeah, the linked video update says the supercops haven't found the dead suspects alleged gun either. One of roid raging costumed thugs claims they saw a gun at some point, but they dunno where it is now.

...which means they shot and killed the female suspect AND the boy even though she didn't even have the gun in her hand at the time. Well done trigger happy idiot parasites. A witness to the slaughter claims at least 15 shots were fired. Sounds like all of them were fired by roid raging idiots "protecting and serving" an unarmed woman and a 7yr old boy to death.

No worries though, the sheriff has already begun the legal defense by uttering those magical words incessantly used to exonerate cops for misapplying deadly force. "Something in the way that the suspect presented to the deputies, placed these deputies in direct fear for their lives...blah blah blah".
Authorities said no deputies were injured in the shooting. Salazar said they were "pretty physically shaken up."
...awww sad panda face. I think it's safe to say that the unarmed woman and the kid the deputies murdered were also "shaken up".



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New York police officer who earns $173,000 a year is 'busted shoplifting at a Banana Republic store'
  • Sgt Tamas Balatoni, 49, is accused of switching price tags in Banana Republic
  • NYPD officer was not arrested over the incident in Manhattan Thursday night
  • Balatoni was stripped of his badge and reassigned to desk duties
  • He earned a total of $173,525 in the 2017 fiscal year after overtime


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Mother says police have failed to explain why they 'beat her son, 17, to an unrecognizable pulp' after he ran from them during a random stop
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  • Ulysses Wilkerson, 17, was allegedly beat by Troy, Alabama, police on Saturday
  • His mother, Angela Williams, shared horrific photos of his injuries on Facebook
  • Williams said that her son has a fracture and was transported to UAB Hospital in Birmingham for surgery, but he was released due to the extensive swelling
  • The incident unfolded Saturday night when officers saw Ulysses walking behind a closed business in downtown Troy
  • Officers exited their vehicle and approached Ulysses, who fled on foot
  • Authorities then chased the teen down and a struggle ensued, officials said
  • Officials said Wednesday that an investigation into the brutal beating is ongoing


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At least 8,000 drug convictions in Massachusetts are likely to be thrown out because former lab employee admitted to using drugs she was supposed to be testing
  • Massachusetts authorities will toss out more than 8,000 drug convictions
  • Convictions are tainted because a chemist at the state lab was high on drugs she was supposed to be testing, authorities said on Friday
  • Civil liberties groups asked Massachusetts prosecutors to toss any cases tied to the chemist, Sonja Farak
  • Farak, a chemist at the Massachusetts State Crime Laboratory in Amherst, was arrested in 2013
  • She later pleaded guilty to stealing drugs from the lab and was sentenced in 2014 to serve 18 months in prison
  • In April, prosecutors agreed to dismiss around 21,000 criminal drug cases because of a scandal involving a different state chemist, Annie Dookhan


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Man, 28, shot dead by police was 'victim of a swatting prank': Online gamer 'called in a false report to get a SWAT team to the victim's house during a row over a $2 Call of Duty bet'
  • Andrew Finch, 28, was shot Thursday night by a Wichita police officer at his own front door
  • Finch may have been the victim of 'swatting', where someone makes up a false report in order to get a SWAT team to respond to another person's address
  • Police received a 911 call that that a father had been shot in the head and the shooter was holding his mother, brother and sister hostage
  • It is unknown if Finch had a weapon but police do not believe he fired at officers
  • Rumors are circulating in the online gaming community that two people threatened to 'swat' each other over a $2 bet during a Call of Duty game
  • One user may have given the other a false address that led to Finch's death
  • Police are investigating whether it was a 'swatting' incident or prank
  • A company that runs online gaming tournaments is assisting authorities


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Sheriff and vocal Trump supporter is being investigated by the FBI 'after he ordered officers to apprehend a fellow plane passenger when they got into an argument'
  • Ex-Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke is being investigated by the FBI
  • He was sued by Dan Black previously over a dispute on an airplane in January
  • Black was detained by deputies after a flight he and Clarke took from Dallas
  • Clarke texted his deputies from the tarmac, ordering them to stop Black
  • Black and Clarke briefly chatted on board American Airlines flight
  • Clarke claims Black stood over him in a 'physically threatening manner'
  • Black was escorted by police to the airport exit and then released
  • He is suing Clarke, the county, and the deputies for unlawful arrest


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Call of Duty player, 25, is arrested for swatting hoax where cops shot his 'online gaming rival' dead after he 'called 911 pretending to be the victim and said he'd shot his father and was holding his mother and brother hostage'
  • LAPD on Friday arrested a 25-year-old gamer they say made a prank call that led a SWAT team to fatally shoot an innocent man over an online gaming dispute
  • The suspect has been identified as Tyler Barriss, a resident of Los Angeles
  • Authorities suspect Barriss called 911 and concocted a story about a hostage crisis in a Wichita, Kansas home
  • When the resident of the home, Andrew Finch, 28, came to his front door, he was shot dead by a police officer
  • Finch may have been the victim of 'swatting', where someone makes up a false report in order to get a SWAT team to respond to another person's address
  • Police received a 911 call that that a father had been shot in the head and the shooter was holding his mother, brother and sister hostage
  • It is unknown if Finch had a weapon but police do not believe he fired at officers
  • Rumors are circulating in the online gaming community that two people threatened to 'swat' each other over a $2 bet during a Call of Duty game


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'I was shocked, devastated and horrified to see my son this way': Mother demands body cam footage after police 'beat her son, 17, to an unrecognizable pulp'
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  • Ulysses Wilkerson, 17, was allegedly beat by Troy, Alabama, police on Saturday
  • His mother, Angela Williams, shared horrific photos of his injuries on Facebook
  • 'As a mother I was shocked devastated and horrified to see my son this way,' Angela Williams said Friday
  • Attorneys for the family said Troy police owe the 'community answers and transparency'
  • Police said they used force after Wilkerson reached into his waistband for what they feared might be a weapon
  • Wilkerson was charged with resisting arrest and obstructing governmental operations, both misdemeanors, city officials said
  • Officials said Wednesday that an investigation into the brutal beating is ongoing


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REVEALED - Call of Duty 'swatting' victim had NEVER met hoaxer: Online gamer gave police the WRONG address when he 'called 911 pretending he had shot his father and was holding hostages' before innocent man was killed by armed cops
  • LAPD on Friday arrested a 25-year-old gamer they say made a prank call that led a SWAT team to fatally shoot an innocent man over an online gaming dispute
  • The suspect has been identified as Tyler Barriss, a resident of Los Angeles
  • In 2015, Barriss pleaded not guilty to charges of phoning in a false bomb threat that triggered the evacuation of a local television news station
  • Authorities suspect Barriss called 911 and concocted a story about a hostage crisis in a Wichita, Kansas home
  • When the resident of the home, Andrew Finch, 28, came to his front door, he was shot dead by a police officer
  • Finch may have been the victim of 'swatting', where someone makes up a false report in order to get a SWAT team to respond to another person's address
  • Kansas police received a 911 call that that a father had been shot in the head and the shooter was holding his mother, brother and sister hostage
  • It is unknown if Finch had a weapon but police do not believe he fired at officers
  • Rumors are circulating in the online gaming community that two people threatened to 'swat' each other over a $2 bet during a Call of Duty game


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Controversial sheriff who 'ordered officers to arrest a fellow plane passenger he fought with' posts provocative cartoon on Twitter and blasts 'lying lib media' for making up claim that he is being investigated by the FBI
  • Ex-Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke went on a Twitter rampage this weekend
  • He tweeted on Saturday a photoshopped picture of him kicking CNN in the face in a 'wresting match' while Trump held the network in place
  • Clark blamed the 'lying liberal' media for 'smearing him' and wanted the media to 'taste' its own blood
  • The tweet came after it was revealed that Clarke is being investigated by the FBI
  • He was sued by Dan Black previously over a dispute on an airplane in January
  • Black was detained by deputies after a flight he and Clarke took from Dallas
  • Clarke texted his deputies from the tarmac, ordering them to stop Black
  • Clarke claims Black stood over him in a 'physically threatening manner' on board an American Airlines flight
  • Black was escorted by police to the airport exit and then released
  • He is suing Clarke, the county, and the deputies for unlawful arrest


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'You could point the finger at the cop who shot him': Unapologetic gamer behind deadly Call of Duty 'swatting' prank ADMITS he made bogus 911 call about hostages AND mistakenly gave an innocent stranger's address - but insists killing isn't his fault
  • LAPD on Friday arrested a 25-year-old gamer they say made a prank call that led a SWAT team to fatally shoot an innocent man over an online gaming dispute
  • The suspect has been identified as Tyler Barriss, a resident of Los Angeles
  • In 2015, Barriss pleaded not guilty to charges of phoning in a false bomb threat that triggered the evacuation of a local television news station
  • Authorities suspect Barriss called 911 and concocted a story about a hostage crisis in a Wichita, Kansas home
  • When the resident of the home, Andrew Finch, 28, came to his front door, he was shot dead by a police officer
  • Kansas police received a 911 call that that a father had been shot in the head and the shooter was holding his mother, brother and sister hostage
  • Rumors are circulating in the online gaming community that two people threatened to 'swat' each other over a $2 bet during a Call of Duty game
  • WARNING: CONTAINS EXPLICIT CONTENT


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Lee Camp: Let Me Fix That For The New York Times – Police Kill Another Innocent Man
Posted on January 2, 2018 by Yves Smith


By Lee Camp, the host and head writer of the comedy news show “Redacted Tonight” that airs every Friday on RT America and at YouTube.com/RedactedTonight. He’s a former comedy writer for the Onion and the Huffington Post


I decided to fix some of the awful reporting by the NY Times. What you see below is a random sample. I only looked at one page of the NY Times before I picked an article to correct. It’s high time we started seeing our most respected media outlets for what they really are.






A few days ago police in Kansas were called to a house by a prankster. They shot and killed the man who came to the door. He knew nothing about the prank call. (The term for such pranks is “swatting.”) This New York Times article would have you believe that what really matters in this murder was the fact that the cops were called by a prankster. But in truth, that should be nothing but a side note.



Police get called to scenes they don’t need to be at all the time. It’s not uncommon. Whether it’s because someone thinks their neighbor’s music is too loud or because a mentally ill man is peeing in a fountain. A lot of what the police are SUPPOSED to do is show up somewhere and NOT shoot whoever they see. In fact, that’s MOST of their job. But what the NY Times won’t tell you about policing in America could drown a small town.

In this article, the NY Times won’t tell you that the police in many states receive less training than hair stylists or electricians or just about any skilled jobs. This is one of the reasons they always seem to be killing, injuring, and maiming innocent people. Another reason – which the NY Times won’t tell you – is that many cops (perhaps as high as 25% in cities) are using steroids. And the side effects of steroid abuse are EXACTLY the traits you DON’T want police to have. “The stunning succession of recent front-page examples of police officers who exhibit rage, aggression and/or poor judgment (all symptoms of possible steroid abuse) in confrontations with citizens should ring alarm bells, experts say.”

Yet the NY Times reporter goes with the government/police line that the REAL problem is the pranksters who call the cops. Sure, we shouldn’t like pranksters calling the cops. BUT the real point is – it SHOULDN’T MATTER. If the cops are called to the wrong place, they should be rational enough to figure out, “Hey, there is no crime going on here. Let’s not kill anybody.”



This is the equivalent of a patient dying on the operating table because the surgeon took an hour lunch break in the middle of the procedure. And then afterwards, the hospital said, “We have to increase the punishment for patients who come in during lunch time.”

Pranks will happen. Police will end up at the wrong location at times. That will never change. In fact, police are now being called to houses BY SMART HOME DEVICES! What needs to change is the willingness and/or eagerness of cops to MURDER people whenever they show up somewhere.

The NY Times also does not mention throughout this article that US police killed over ONE THOUSAND people in 2016 (the most recent year with data). If you want something to compare that to, German police killed TEN people in 2015. Your response may be, “Well, the U.S. has more people than Germany.” This is true, but America has only 4 times as many people. So even if you account for the population difference, U.S. cops should’ve killed 40 people in a year. Instead they kill OVER A THOUSAND. They generally murder more people in a week than German cops kill in a year.

The Times reporter also leaves out that police who kill unarmed innocent people, sometimes even unarmed children like Tamir Rice, generally do not get convicted or go to prison. Our police have been militarized and given a license to be judge, jury, and executioner. Furthermore – also ignored by the Times – when the police are caught doing something illegal, they usually arrest the person filming them.

A recent study – which unfortunately was ALSO missed by the NY Times reporter – shows that there are simple steps the police could take to stop murdering so many innocent people. Also, leaked documents show that police unions help protect bad cops even when they continually commit police brutality. The unions have guarantees from the states that police officers will not be disciplined or will only be disciplined lightly. …I guess the NY Times missed that small detail.

They also “missed” perhaps the biggest point when it comes to “swatting.” These prank calls rest on the knowledge that when cops or SWAT teams come to your home – they wreak havoc on your life. There’s a pretty high likelihood they will break down a door and maybe a window, detain you and your family while they question you, possibly arrest you without cause or tackle you if you talk back to them. And god help you if they smell marijuana or see a bunch of beer cans or find out that someone in your family is undocumented. If we had an adult, functional society, police would ONLY be there to help those in need – not to upend the lives of the citizens they have sworn to protect. The sole reason pranking someone by calling the cops on them even works in the first place is because most of us realize how terrible it is to have the cops thrust into your life – whether you’re a lawful citizen or not. Mainstream media outlets intentionally ignore or paint over all of this context.

We are our witnessing a bloodbath on our own streets and hack, context-free reporting, like this example from the NY Times, is why Americans are not informed enough to stand up against it.

Keep fighting,

This entry was posted in Banana republic, Guest Post, Media watch on January 2, 2018 by Yves Smith.

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HSI special agents investigate a range of issues that threaten the national security of the United States such as human rights violations, human smuggling, art theft, human trafficking, drug trafficking, arms trafficking, document-benefit fraud, the manufacturing and sale of counterfeit immigration and identity documents, transnational gangs, financial crimes including money laundering and bulk cash smuggling, trade-based money laundering (including trade finance and Kimberley Process investigations), computer crimes, including the production and transportation of child pornography via the Internet, import/export enforcement, trafficking of counterfeit pharmaceuticals and other merchandise, and international Cultural Property and Antiquities crimes. HSI agents can be requested to provide security for VIPs, and also augment the U.S. Secret Service during overtaxed times such as special security events and elections.

HSI was formerly known as the ICE Office of Investigations (OI). HSI agents have the statutory authority to enforce the Immigration and Nationality Act, U.S. customs laws, general federal crimes, the Controlled Substances Act. HSI has more than 6,500 special agents, making it the largest investigative entity in the Department of Homeland Security and the second largest in the federal government.

HSI’s workforce includes special agents, analysts, auditors and support staff. Its men and women are assigned to cities throughout the United States and to offices around the world. HSI’s international force is the department’s largest investigative presence abroad and gives HSI one of the largest international footprints in U.S. law enforcement.

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Tense New England Police Encounter Confirms National Police ID Database
Posted on January 4, 2018 by Yves Smith

Yves here. Please welcome Diligens, who has a great deal of experience in the relationship of government to the financial services industry.

You’ll notice this police encounter, relative to what was at stake, has the officer quickly escalating and making an illegal demand, basically because he can. And consider the various factors that led to different results than in other exchanges with the police.

By Diligens, a member of the Establishment not loyal to his class

I shared with Yves a story about a recent experience about an encounter with the police a few days ago that she thought was worth relating. I am white, which unfortunately is a fact I need to add, since that has become relevant in interpreting any interaction with police.

My family and I spent several days around Christmas with my brother and his family. He lives on Cape Cod and and has prominence akin to that of a school principal, meaning a large portion of the local population knows who he is and, as far as I can tell, likes him.

The weather got very cold right after Christmas, with lows in the single digits Fahrenheit. It’s hard to get much exercise outside in this kind of weather, but a couple of days ago, I woke up early and decided to walk a few miles to the beach and back. Luckily, I had packed my fancy, “rich guy” cold weather gear – a GoreTex ski jacket and ski pants. So I bundled up and set off.

My route to the shore took me through an industrial park, which certainly wasn’t the most pedestrian-friendly path (no sidewalk, minimal landscaping). On my return through it, I passed a medical lab and saw parked in front a car that I had a vague interest in (a new Subaru station wagon; a friend had urged me to consider a Subaru as a replacement for our workhorse family car).

I stopped to look at it from several feet away and, within 30 seconds, a burly guy came sprinting through the lab’s front door demanding to know why I was there. I asked him if the car was his and he said yes. We chatted for a few moments, and he seemed to relax. I wished him a good day and continued on my way.

I had walked another half mile when I saw a police car approaching from the opposite direction. As it got near me, moving very slowly, it pushed its nose off the road, blocking my path. Immediately, I knew that I was about to have an “encounter” with the police.

Several thoughts immediately sprung to mind. First, I have seen the “Never Talk to the Police” YouTube video, which Yves has discussed. So I was determined to be very careful about what I said. Second, I’ve seen many videos of civilian encounters with the police, so I thought I understood how citizens get bullied or tricked into surrendering their rights. Third, I recognized that citizens get killed far too often because they aren’t able to keep the emotional component of the encounter from spinning out of control, or they just make the mistake of reaching into their pocket without permission and end up getting shot. So I was determined to be calm and careful.

The cop quickly jumped out of his SUV and with no greeting or preliminaries stated his demand, “I need to see some ID.”

I responded, “Why?”

“I just need to see some ID. Just help me out here.”

At this moment, I was reflecting on the fact that I was unsure about whether Massachusetts has a “stop and ID” law requiring citizens to identify themselves when the police have a reasonable suspicion that a person may have committed a crime (I don’t live in Massachusetts). But I was fairly certain that even states with “stop and ID” laws require probable cause. By the way, I later learned that there is no “stop and ID” law in Massachusetts.

Me. “I think you need some kind of probable cause belief that I have committed a crime to force me to show ID.”

Cop, dripping with sarcasm. “Oh, you’re one of those kind of people. I’ll arrest you right now, and we’ll go down to the station. You’ll be there all day, and you’ll have to show me ID.”

In this moment, I realized the fatal weakness in the advice civil libertarians give about standing up for your rights with the police. I do a lot of negotiation as part of my professional life, and I’ve learned that it’s very difficult to hold a position if you can’t see it through to the end. In real life, bluffing rarely works. If you don’t have the cards, you seldom win the hand.

So in that instant, it became clear to me, you can only resist the “show your papers” demand of the state if you are willing to play your hand all the way through, which means accepting the ride to jail in handcuffs and the possibility that, if the timing works against you, especially in a rural location, it could be multiple days before you appear before a judge, in the meantime languishing in jail.

Hoping I might salvage the situation, I asked, “Am I being detained?”

The cop, knowing that he held all of the cards, escalated step-wise, “Turn around. Hands on the [police car] hood. I’m going to pat you down for weapons.”

The message was clear: he was not going to accept losing in this encounter. He frisked me, pausing on the spare phone battery brick in my pocket, demanding that I take it out and show him. He also noticed that the top snap of my ski pants was undone and, keying off that, asked, “Did you take a piss? It’s pretty cold out here to do that.”

I definitely had not, but saw where this inquiry was going. “What, you’re trying to get me to admit to public urination so that you can arrest me for that?”

“I don’t care. Piss wherever you want.” He claimed.

Finding no contraband, the cop confronted me again, “Are you going to give me your ID or do you want to be arrested?”

In that moment, my thought was, “Cops arrest people all the time even when they know the arrest is not legal. I have to consider this threat credible.” Even if I filed a civil suit for false arrest and they ended up settling it for $25,000 or more, I think the local police very well might just view that as the cost of maintaining their ability to successfully intimidate people into coughing up their ID without the slightest probable cause.

So I asked his permission to reach into my pocket and coughed up my ID.

He radioed his dispatcher with my driver’s license information, and I was very surprised by how quickly the dispatcher came back with my full home address in another state and the key phrase, the real reason for the whole encounter, “No warrants.”

So now I know that there is a national driver’s license/arrest warrant database that the police access. All of the stories about how we don’t have national ID cards in the U.S. for reasons of decentralized federalism – that’s all theater. It may have been true before 9/11, but it makes sense that the hundreds of billions that Homeland Security has spent since then, among other things, created a de facto national ID database. Law enforcement avoids talking about it, presumably because they know it would upset a lot of people on both the left and right.

Having heard the magic “no warrants” phrase, the cop changed his tone and became friendly.

Sounding genuinely interested, he asked, “Why wouldn’t you give me your ID? I could tell you didn’t have any warrants.”

Me: “What do you mean you could tell?”

The cop: “Look at you. You’re expensively attired [my GoreTex gear, I guess]. You’re well spoken. You’re clearly a professional. People like you never have warrants.”

Unspoken, but clearly part of what he was conveying was, “Someone like you would never risk arrest. You had no cards in this encounter. It just took you a minute to figure that out.”

Me: “The reason I objected to giving you ID is that, philosophically, I don’t think it’s right that the police go around demanding that people produce ID just so that they can sweep the streets of people with outstanding warrants.”

The cop: “That’s not why we ask. Someone called and said you were acting suspiciously.”

Me: “How was knowing my ID going to tell you whether I had committed a crime?”

He didn’t answer that question, and I was genuinely perplexed by his denial that the larger point of “stop and ID” is to sweep the streets of people with arrest warrants. He seemed actually sincere, and I wondered whether he could be so lacking in self-awareness.

At that moment, a second police car pulled up, the “back-up” for their encounter with the weird guy out walking in an industrial park on a 15 degree day.

Maybe I’m a patsy, and partly I was motivated by not wanting to hurt my brother’s standing in the community, but I offered my hand to the cop, wished him well, and we parted.

This entry was posted in Guest Post, Social policy on January 4, 2018 by Yves Smith.

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Cleveland Cop Fired After Being Acquitted In Court - LEO Round Table episode 444
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Published on Jan 7, 2018
01:26 Prosecutor needs more time in Justine Damond case
02:18 Civilian boards rules Chicago cop unjustifiably shot two
07:34 Cleveland officer acquitted in shooting, but fired anyway

LEO Round Table (law enforcement talk show)

Episode 444 filmed on 01/03/2018

Chip DeBlock (Host)
Kevin Bouis (Attorney)
Bret Bartlett
David D'Agresta
Jeffrey James Higgins
John Newman

Schedule:
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Episodes uploaded to YouTube Tue - Sun at approx. 4 pm EST

Topic 1 concerns an update on the death investigation involving Minneapolis (Minnesota) Police Officer Mohamed Noor and deceased Justine Ruszczyk Damond. Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman, Attorney Tom Plunkett, Officer Matthew Harrity, former Chief Janee Harteau, Mayor Betsy Hodges and Mayor Medaria Arradondo are referenced in the story.

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Topic 2 concerns an update on the Chicago (Illinois) Police Department's Civilian Office of Police Accountability (COPA) ruling that Officer Robert Rialmo unjustifiably shot Quintonio LeGrier (armed with a baseball bat) and innocent bystander Bettie Jones. Superintendent Eddie Johnson, the Chicago Police Board, attorney Joel Brodsky, LeGrier's mother Janet Cooksey and Mayor Rahm Emanuel are referenced in the story.

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Topic 3 concerns an update on Cleveland (Ohio) Police Officer Alan Buford being fired for using excessive force in the shooting death of Brandon Jones, despite the fact that he was found not-guilty of misdemeanor negligent homicide by Cleveland Municipal Court Judge Michael Sliwinski. Reference was made to partner Off. Gregory King, Jone's mother Tanya Brown, Attorney Paul Cristallo, Cleveland Police Union President Steve Loomis and Attorney Henry Hilow in the story.

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How The Las Vegas Police Promote Corruption | What Happened In Vegas Ep. 17
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Published on Jan 8, 2018
Ramsey returns to reveal the way in which the LVMPD encourages and rewards corrupt practices.

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Recent Police Ambush Attacks - LEO Round Table episode 445
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Published on Jan 8, 2018
01:26 Video of Kansas officers' justified fatal shooting
02:16 Man arrested w/guns & ammo in Houston on New Year's Eve
07:10 Recent series of police ambush attacks

LEO Round Table (law enforcement talk show)

Episode 445 filmed on 01/03/2018

Chip DeBlock (Host)
Kevin Bouis (Attorney)
Bret Bartlett
David D'Agresta
Jeffrey James Higgins
John Newman

Schedule:
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Topic 1 concerns an update on Shawnee County (Kansas) District Attorney Michael Kagay ruling that the fatal shooting of Dominique White by Topeka Police is justified. Attorney Gillian Cassell-Stiga, mother Mary Theresa Wynne and stepmother Molly White are referenced in the story.

https://www.policeone.com/officer-sho...

Topic 2 concerns an unnamed man who was arrested on multiple charges after Houston (Texas) Police located him on the top floor of a Hyatt Regency hotel with guns and ammunition on New Year's Eve.

http://www.policemag.com/channel/patr...

Topic 3 concerns the recent ambushes of police officers around the country. In Denver (Colorado) Zackari Parrish gunned down three Douglas County Sheriff's deputies and one Castle Rock Police officer. In Los Angeles (California) a gunman is in custody for firing on a group of Los Angeles Police officers and wounding one. In Birmingham (Alabama) an officer was shot while sitting in his police cruiser.

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Federal Marijuana Laws To Be Enforced In Legalized States - LEO Round Table episode 446
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Published on Jan 9, 2018
00:58 Feds to enforce marijuana laws in legalized states
08:17 Iran leader tweets insults about American police murderers

LEO Round Table (law enforcement talk show)

Episode 446 filmed on 01/08/2018

Chip DeBlock (Host)
Ward Meythaler (Attorney)
Bret Bartlett
David D'Agresta
Jeffrey James Higgins

Schedule:
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Topic 1 concerns U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinding numerous Obama-era directives and authorizing U.S. Attorneys to pursue prosecution for the possession and sale of marijuana at their own discretion, even in states where they have legalized it for recreational and/or medical reasons.

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Topic 2 concerns the Supreme Leader of Iran, Ayatollah Khamenei, tweeting insults directed at American police who he says murder black women, men and children for no justifiable reason. He also embraces the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement in the tweet.

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Police Captain Goes Missing With Boot Full Of Weapons | What Happened In Vegas Ep.19
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Ramsey talks to Vegas Emergency Incidents administrator about the odd disappearance of an LVMPD Captain in possession of a large arsenal of weapons.

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Prosecuting Cops For Actions On Swatting Calls, Are They Responsible? - LEO Round Table episode 447
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Published on Jan 10, 2018

00:58 Feds to enforce marijuana laws in legalized states
08:17 Iran leader tweets insults about American police murderers

LEO Round Table (law enforcement talk show)

Episode 447 filmed on 01/08/2018

Chip DeBlock (Host)
Ward Meythaler (Attorney)
Bret Bartlett
David D'Agresta
Jeffrey James Higgins

Schedule:
1 hour LIVE show every Monday at 7 pm EST
Episodes uploaded to YouTube Tue - Sun at approx. 4 pm EST

Topic 1 concerns the family of Andrew Finch wanting the Wichita (Kansas) Police officer who fatally shot him on a swatting call to be charged criminally. Reference was made to alleged swatter Tyler Barriss, mother Lisa Finch, Mayor Jeff Longwell, Chief Gordon Ramsay, Deputy Chief Troy Livingston and Attorney Andrew M. Stroth in the story.

https://www.policeone.com/investigati...

Topic 2 concerns an update on terrorist suspect Everitt Aaron Jameson pleading not guilty to two felony charges related to a plot on Christmas Day at San Francisco's Pier 39. Reference was made to Defense Attorney Charles Lee, Prosecutor Attorney Christopher Baker, Prosecutor Attorney Dawrence "Duce" Rice and Judge Lawrence J. O'Neill in the story.

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Topic 3 concerns an update on acquitted Mexican murder suspect Jose Ines Garcia Zarate being charged and sentenced on federal gun charges. Zarate killed victim Kate Steinle on a San Francisco pier. Reference was made to Superior Court Judge Samuel Feng and Public Defender Jeff Adachi in the story.

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Bronx DA eyes illegal tricks behind cops' surging gun arrests

BY Rocco Parascandola
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Thursday, January 11, 2018, 4:59 AM

Prosecutors are investigating whether cops in a Bronx precinct that has been praised for its surge in gun arrests broke the law to make some of those busts, the Daily News has learned.

The months-long probe by the Bronx district attorney’s office has led to some gun cases being shot to bits.

Some cops could be indicted for perjury and official misconduct, police sources said. The NYPD may transfer others or bring them up on departmental charges, the sources said.

“Our Public Integrity Bureau is investigating the allegations,” DA spokeswoman Patrice O’Shaughnessy confirmed.

The investigation focuses on the tactics cops used to recover guns. It has already had an impact on several criminal cases, with prosecutors dismissing charges against defendants or offering sweetheart plea deals.

“All of a sudden we were seeing heavy cases, felony cases, and right away the DA’s office is offering pleas to misdemeanors,” said a defense lawyer who asked not to be identified. “We knew something was up.”

Sources said investigators are looking into whether officers dangled deals to suspects — particularly those busted for drugs. They want to see if cops asked for their cooperation in finding guns in exchange for lesser charges — and no gun arrest.

In some cases, sources said, suspects may have taken the bait, allowing police to search for and recover a gun, sometimes in the suspect’s house. But rather than stick to the deal, the cops reneged — and charged the suspects with gun possession, the source said.

The DA is also looking into whether police obtained consent for searches in some cases, sources said.

The NYPD declined to comment on the probe.

Roy Richter, the head of the Captains Endowment Association, defended the precinct’s commanding officer, Deputy Inspector Peter Fiorillo.

“The officers in the 52nd Precinct are making solid gun arrests based upon observation and outstanding police work,” Richter said.

The defense lawyer said police are allowed to lie to suspects and that tricking one into giving up a gun is nothing new. But the problem is the initial arrests, the lawyer said. “They’re not justified arrests — but then once you’re in custody they try to get a gun,” the lawyer said.

The 52nd Precinct has seen a spike in gun arrests and has been praised at the NYPD’s CompStat meetings, where brass grill commanding officers about crime.

In fact, by late June, gun arrests at the north Bronx command more than tripled — from 27 during the first half of 2016 to 84 during the corresponding period last year.

The startling spike fizzled out in the second half of the year when the DA’s office launched its probe. The precinct made 139 gun collars in 2017, an increase of 56% from the 89 in 2016.

The Legal Aid Society said the probe matches what it has heard from suspects who have complained about alleged officer misconduct in the 52nd Precinct.

“We’ve noticed a consistent pattern of complaints involving officers fabricating consent, harassing people repeatedly in their homes, and unlawfully stopping and searching people in an attempt to generate information on unrelated cases,” said Peter Jones, who heads the group’s Bronx criminal defense office.

“We’ll continue to monitor incidents as they arise and push to litigate these and all cases involving police misconduct.”

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Big Classified Apple: NYC police union seeks to block release of bodycam footage
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Published on Jan 13, 2018
New York's largest police union is suing it's own commissioner and the city's administration over the release of body cam footage. The union claims the release of video from officers' body cameras is a breach of citizen's privacy. Adding that the administration uses quote: 'arbitrary & inconsistent' parameters, and is guided by 'political considerations'. READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/8wou
 

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Call Of Duty 'swatting' prankster is charged with manslaughter after 'faking a hostage situation in 911 call' for a $2 bet which led to cops shooting dead an innocent man
  • Tyler Barriss, the California man accused of making a bogus 911 call that resulted in the death of a Kansas man, has been charged with involuntary manslaughter
  • He was also charged interference with a police officer and making a false alarm
  • On December 28, Barriss called police claiming he had had shot his father and was holding his mother and brother hostage - he gave an address in Wichita
  • The home belonged to father-of-two Andrew Finch, who was shot and killed by a police officer when he opened the door - Finch was not armed
  • Charges may be filed against the officer, said District Attorney Marc Bennett
  • Police believe Barriss made the fake 911 call after getting into a dispute over the video game Call of Duty - investigators said the bet was for two bucks
  • Barriss allegedly meant to give cops the address of the man he was feuding with
  • Barriss did an interview on YouTube denying he's responsible for Finch's death
  • An involuntary manslaughter charge carries a sentence of 31 to 136 months


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Florida Officer Guilty Of Shooting Into Home? LEO Round Table episode 450
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Published on Jan 13, 2018
00:53 Florida officer found guilty of shooting into home?

LEO Round Table (law enforcement talk show)

Episode 450 filmed on 01/08/2018

Chip DeBlock (Host)
Ward Meythaler (Attorney)
Bret Bartlett
David D'Agresta
Jeffrey James Higgins

Schedule:
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Topic 1 concerns Ocoee (Florida) Police Officer Carlos Anglero who was found guilty of shooting into a home (a second degree felony) after he was dispatched to the wrong house. Reference was made to Officer Stephanie Roberts (who also shot into the house), homeowner Christopher Lewis, Prosecutor Deborah Barra, Defense Attorney James W. Smith III and Judge Kim Shepard.

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Cop Talk Live with Dominick Izzo and Martin Green - Episode 48
Dominick Izzo - Former Cop / Warrior / Christian


Streamed live on Jan 8, 2018
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Former Chicago Police officer commits Theft for political gain
The American Warrior with Dominick Izzo


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Police Quotas and Cops who Hate other Cops
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Cops Who Bully with Faran Fronczak
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The American Warrior with Dominick Izzo
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Streamed live on Jan 15, 2018
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EXPOSING ALL BAD COPS!
Mike The Cop


Published on Jan 16, 2018
It's a very common concept on social media that "if you were really a good cop you'd expose bad cops." Despite having content and an approach to being unafraid and unashamed of calling it like I see it, for better or worse among cops, this should make it clear :)

I still expect trolls to be unsatisfied because they wouldn't be happy without being miserable.

*YES, I uploaded this earlier. However, we discovered an audio glitch we didn't catch at rendering so we had to fix and upload again.