Category Archives: dirty cops

‘I can’t breathe’: Asheville police video shows white officer beating, choking black jaywalking suspect

Another scumbag cop busted by body cam. No wonder they turn them off and mute them all the time. This is typical behavior for the boys in blue. The officer (Suspect) very non chalantly describes to his superior how he bashed him in the face with the Taser “Just about as hard as I could; […]

via ‘I can’t breathe’: Asheville police video shows white officer beating, choking black jaywalking suspect — Deborah Lee Jarrett

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The coward of Broward : Sheriff Scott Israel has heated exchange with reporter

Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel frequently spoke to the media in the hours after the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, but following a tumultuous interview on CNN in late February, he has rarely has spoken to the press since.

“The Florida sheriff who’s dodged the media amid heavy criticism of his department’s handling of the Parkland school shooting appeared agitated this week when a reporter asked if he will ever take responsibility.

In the hours following the Valentine’s Day massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel frequently appeared on television channels and news websites, as he criticized everyone from local politicians to the NRA to one of his own officers for failing to respond.

But after calls to resign from lawmakers due to a failure to notice warning signs regarding the shooter, a rocky interview on CNN in late February and the subsequent release of a video showing Broward Deputy Scot Peterson standing idle outside the high school as the attack unfolded, Israel has kept away from the media — until he was tracked down earlier this week by WPLG Local 10 News reporter Bob Norman.

“How do you have time to politick when you got all these problems?” Norman asks Israel as he’s seen leaving a meeting of the Weston Democratic Club.

“As I’ve said before, your stories have never been balanced,” Israel responds, adding he is “very disappointed” with the reporter.

“This isn’t about me sheriff,” Norman says, cutting Israel off. “I’m sorry this isn’t about me. No. There’s 17 dead people…You haven’t heard about the country being disappointed in you and the BSO?”

The rest here: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/03/29/florida-sheriff-has-heated-standoff-with-reporter-while-trying-to-avoid-media-in-wake-parkland-shooting.html

The tables are turned: Fake cop pulls over and shoots real cop

Well now, if you are a cop, it really makes you want to pull over doesn’t it? How does the shoe fit the other foot?

“Kentucky State police said Decoursey was impersonating an officer when he tried to pull over 38-year-old Hopkinsville officer Phillip Meacham Thursday afternoon. Police said he shot and killed the officer, then fled on foot before taking off in a pickup truck.”

http://abc13.com/police-officer-shot-and-killed-by-man-pretending-to-be-cop/3281728/

Next time you need a cop— call the NFL

That is the dumb ass comment I got the last time I posted a compilation of scum bag cops that had been arrested

No, the next time you need a cop, call this asshole or one of his buddies

Don’t be a copsucker

Hero is a deed, not a color

 

“A former Baltimore police detective shared revealing testimony Wednesday about the crimes committed by members of an elite gun squad.

It’s the first time details of the corruption that went on were made public. Momodu Gondo pleaded guilty earlier this month to robbery and overtime fraud, and now he’s a government witness in a drug case.

Gondo, who is nicknamed “G-Money,” laid out in detail on Wednesday what members of the Gun Trace Task Force were really doing under the color of law.

In a clear, steady voice, Gondo described for a federal jury how he used his position as a Baltimore police officer to steal money and drugs, and lie to cover his crimes.

Prosecutor: “Did you rob citizens when you executed search warrants?”

Gondo: “Yes.”

Prosecutor: “What did you steal?”

Gondo: “U.S. currency, drugs, firearms.”

Prosecutor: “How much did you steal?”

Gondo: “Over $100,000 probably.”

Gondo is one of eight former members of the gun squad who were indicted on federal corruption charges. He shed new light on how easily they stole overtime, saying, “Half the squad might be off, the other half working. If they got a gun, we all got paid.”

Now a witness for the government, Gondo described how he used his police power to hook up with and protect an accused drug dealer, one of his friends. He and his partner, Jemell Rayam, who testified Wednesday afternoon, teamed up with an accused dealer to pull off a home invasion of another drug dealer in 2015. Why Rayam?

“Home invasions were his M.O. He had experience running into people’s homes to rob,” Gondo said.

Rayam also pleaded guilty in the federal corruption case earlier this month.

Gondo said a Baltimore police tracking device was used to know when the home invasion target was away. Money and drugs were taken, and some of the drugs were later sold in a nursing home.”

http://www.wbaltv.com/article/former-detective-reveals-crimes-gun-squad-members-committed/13091572

Heroes in blue : Rape, child porn, theft, beatings- Compilation of cops arrested 10/10/2017

Hey kids! They’re back! Those wacky boys and girls in blue are once again here to grace the pages of the news reports. Just a few bad apples right? Yeah, sure thing, just read on. Page after page and offense after offense. And just remember this….. The day before they were busted they may have […]

via Heroes in blue : Rape, child porn, theft, beatings- Compilation of cops arrested 10/10/2017 — Deborah Lee Jarrett

Police Union Complains That Public Got to See Them Roughing Up Utah Nurse

“The head of the Salt Lake Police Association has watched the country’s outrage over the videos showing a nurse getting arrested for refusing to draw a man’s blood without a warrant and has decided the correct response is to complain that the public got to see what its officers did.

Union head Stephen Hartney sent a letter to the city’s mayor and police chief to complain video of the brief arrest of nurse Alex Wubbels has made “pariahs” of Det. Jeff Payne and his watch commander at the time of the incident, Lt. James Tracy.

Wubbels became an insta-celebrity on Labor Day weekend after she released police body camera footage showing Payne very forcefully arresting her at University of Utah Hospital because she refused his demand that she draw blood from an unconscious victim of a nasty high-speed car crash. The patient, William Gray, was not a suspect, nor involved in the chase, and Payne didn’t have a warrant. Wubbels, surrounded by staff at the hospital, explained that she was not permitted to draw the man’s blood. Payne arrested her, in what appeared on video to be sheer frustration at having been defied.

Payne and Tracy have been placed on leave while the case was investigated. A couple of weeks ago the city revealed an internal investigation and a civilian review board determined the two officers violated department policies.

Hartney this week complained the police body camera footage should not have been publicly released until the investigation was completed. From the Salt Lake Tribune:

The letter said the union was, at this point, not arguing or even discussing the merits of the allegations raised against the officers. “Rather we are solely concerned… with the ‘investigatory process’ which we believe has been corrupted.”

The letter claims the city has not followed an “agreed upon and carefully scripted process” for investigating the conduct of police officers. At the news conference, Hartney focused on if the city should have released the footage so soon under the state’s Government Records Access and Management Act (GRAMA), considering the release could have interfered with the internal affairs investigation.

The release of the body cam footage and information from the disciplinary investigation “has created a public furor which makes reasoned determinations difficult, if not impossible,” the letter states.

The city, however, didn’t release the videos. It agreed to a request by Wubbels to release the footage to her, following the law Hartney referenced. The city said it had no good reason to deny the video footage to Wubbels.

The two officers weren’t even put on administrative leave until after Wubbels went public with the video footage.”

The rest here: http://reason.com/blog/2017/09/27/police-union-complains-that-public-got-t