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Florida: Cop gets busted robbing people by his own body cam

“Volusia County, FL — Body cams, according to some studies, may serve to reduce corruption and violence from certain police officers. However, as a recent body camera video out of Florida illustrates, a camera on this cop didn’t even deter his desire to commit theft. Deputy John Braman, with the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office, has […]

via Welcome to Florida: Lying cop robbing motorists finally caught on video — Deborah Lee Jarrett

About as low as it gets… Perve cop busted for bestiality

“A Harris County sheriff’s deputy is out of a job after a shocking allegation and an obscenity charge, authorities said on Monday. “The allegation involves production of obscene material that includes sexual contact with a dog,” said Dane Schiller, a spokesman for the Harris County District Attorney’s Office. Andrew Sustaita Jr., a six-year veteran […]

via To perve :Cop busted for producing obscene material with dog — Deborah Lee Jarrett

To Perve: Man alleges that cop who sparked Milwaukee riots raped him

“A Milwaukee police officer who shot and killed a man in August — setting off protests in the city — allegedly sexually assaulted incapacitated victims, tried to pay for sex and snapped nude photos of unsuspecting acquaintances, according to authorities. Dominique Heaggan-Brown, 24, a two-year department veteran who once performed as an amateur rapper, […]

via To Perve: Man alleges that cop who sparked Milwaukee riots raped him — Deborah Lee Jarrett

Police union pissed that the Thin Blue Line is breaking down

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — A spokesperson for the San Francisco Police Officer’s Association is calling out fellow officers on his Facebook page for snitching on an officer that made racial remarks at the Bayview Station.

The officer that was called out is now facing suspension for the sexual and racial comments in what now is a he-said, he-said within the department that is already under a lot of scrutiny.

Gary Delagnes, President of the San Francisco POA for a decade, and a consultant with them for three years now, took his frustrations to Facebook.

“Officers are now being encouraged to be trained snitches on one another,” he wrote.


To serve: Federal investigation prompts review of hundreds of criminal cases

“The federal probe into the Iberia Parish Sheriff’s Office could reopen hundreds of criminal cases and already has led to the dismissal of one narcotics case, according to the Iberia Parish District Attorney’s Office.

Sheriff Louis Ackal and Lt. Col. Gerald Savoy were indicted last week on conspiracy against rights and depravation of rights charges. Eight former deputies — five narcotics officers, two jail supervisors and a K-9 officer — pleaded guilty over the last few weeks to similar civil rights violations.

The DA mailed 170 letters earlier this month notifying criminal defense attorneys who’ve handled cases involving the first six deputies who pleaded guilty. Hundreds more letters are expected to be mailed addressing the remaining guilty pleas and Ackal and Savoy’s indictments.

The DA’s office has identified all of the attorneys who represented defendants since Ackal took office in 2008, said Iberia Parish District Attorney Bo Duhe.

Duhe says the letters are being mailed “out of an abundance of caution.” It will be up to the defense attorneys to file motions in their cases, but the DA’s office is also reviewing all opened and closed narcotics cases.

“You’re talking about a substantial number of cases that are going to be negatively impacted,” First Assistant District Attorney Rob Vines said. “We’re also going back and looking at closed cases to look at how this information may have impacted our charging decisions and the sanctity of the convictions.”

Duhe expects the letters will mostly affect defendants who went to trial and one of the officers testified against them, or entered a “best interest” plea, perhaps because they thought a jury would convict them because of an officer’s testimony.

“Particularly those officers who admitted they were untruthful in giving their testimony in civil cases, all their testimony are seriously in doubt,” Duhe said.”

The rest here: http://www.katc.com/story/31476738/federal-investigation-prompts-iberia-da-to-review-criminal-cases?platform=hootsuite

Makes you wonder how many innocent people are in jail

When they sent my wife away it was a circus

She was charged with resisting obstructing and all the report said was ” She refused my search of the vehicle”

That was what was written on Stacey and Tracey’s also

The only problem?

It was Stacey’s vehicle, so My wife or Tracey could not give consent to search it

One year after charging them the charge and arresting officer were changed

It was a fish and wildlife charge initially and a second degree misdemeanor

They changed it to a State of Florida charge and made it a first degree misdemeanor

Up to 1 year in jail instead of 30 day Max.

Then the new charging officer changed his testimony that he had given earlier

He now said that all 3 of them refused to exit the vehicle for 3 minutes when ordered to do so

Even though the transcript of his earlier testimony said that they exited without hesitation

Our attorney never brought it up


Now it gets better

At sentencing the cop Emmanual Tsongranis asks to give a victims impact statement

The judge says no because he is not the victim, the state of Florida is

So the cop says that he has something really important to read

The judge looks at the paper he is waving and finally says “Okay, there was  a report that she tried to hit you, I’ll allow it”

(And that was total and utter bullshit because she was in handcuffs the entire 3 hours and no mention whatsoever of attempted violence”

So the judge takes it and reads it and guess what it is?

No, really guess

Alright I’ll tell you

It is an article from my blog

Yeah, they are reading my shit at her sentencing

That’s Fucking rich isn’t it?

My shit

And then the judge says he can’t let it influence his sentencing

And then he quotes what I wrote and sentences her to 30 days

You wonder why I fucking hate cops?

Well there is a good portion of it

I will tell you what, these motherfuckers should really pray for my continued good health

Lying, fucking piece of shit scumbags

See there? Got myself all riled up again



To my LEO friends

Cops lie to try and get I.D.s get schooled by smart asses

Heh, they enjoyed this way too much

Especially the rain

Mass. cop who’s car was shot up and caught fire did it himself

“MILLIS — The Millis police officer who claimed he was fired upon by a man in a pickup truck on Wednesday fabricated his account, will be fired, and likely will face criminal charges, Millis police said Thursday.

The officer’s report triggered a massive response of heavily armed police officers who conducted an hours-long search for a suspect. The town closed its public schools Thursday as a precaution after the police dragnet on Wednesday.

The officer was driving a marked police SUV when, he said, he was fired upon by a white man in a pickup truck, which forced him to drive his SUV off the road and into a tree, where the vehicle caught on fire. He claimed he had fired back at the suspect.

But Millis police said Thursday the officer, whom they declined to identify, shot up the marked cruiser himself.”


Hahahah! What an asshole

All loaded down with hero worship and lust for recognition

Look at me ! I want to be a hero!

You know I have posted so many of these dirty cop stories that I can’t even be objective anymore (Not that I really want to be)

I post shit online and let me tell you what

I am not the guy to say “Well, there are always a few bad apples” to

That can get you buried in every misdeed that these psychopathic miscreants have committed recently

From the recent string of child rapes to just old fashion beating people half to death

They have pissed in my Cheerios one final time

Secret police detention facility exposed in Chicago

“At least 3,500 Americans have been detained inside a Chicago police warehouse described by some of its arrestees as a secretive interrogation facility, newly uncovered records reveal.

Of the thousands held in the facility known as Homan Square over a decade, 82% were black. Only three received documented visits from an attorney, according to a cache of documents obtained when the Guardian sued the police.

Despite repeated denials from the Chicago police department that the warehouse is a secretive, off-the-books anomaly, the Homan Square files begin to show how the city’s most vulnerable people get lost in its criminal justice system.

People held at Homan Square have been subsequently charged with everything from “drinking alcohol on the public way” to murder. But the scale of the detentions – and the racial disparity therein – raises the prospect of major civil-rights violations.

Documents indicate the detainees are a group of disproportionately minority citizens, many accused of low-level drug crimes, faced with incriminating themselves before their arrests appeared in a booking system by which their families and attorneys might find them.

The Chicago police department has maintained – even as the Guardian reported stories of people being shackled and held for hours or even days, all without legal access – that the warehouse is not a secret facility so much as an undercover police base operating in plain sight. “There are always records of anyone who is arrested by CPD, and this is no different at Homan Square,” the police asserted in a March statement.

But an independent Guardian analysis of arrestees’ records, obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, shows that Homan Square is far from normal:

  • Between September 2004 and June 2015, around 3,540 people were eventually charged, mostly with forms of drug possession – primarily heroin, as well as marijuana and cocaine – but also for minor infractions such as traffic violations, public urination and driving without a seatbelt.
  • More than 82% of the Homan Square arrests thus far disclosed – or 2,974 arrests – are of black people, while 8.5% are of white people. Chicago, according to the 2010 US census, is 33% black and 32% white.
  • Over two-thirds of the arrests at Homan Square thus far revealed – at least 2,522 – occurred under the tenure of Mayor Rahm Emanuel, the former top aide to Barack Obama who has said of Homan Square that the police working under him “follow all the rules”.

Contained within the statistics are stories of people held at Homan Square in and under questionable circumstances:

  • A 42-year-old civil rights activist says he was abducted by masked officers, shackled, held on false charges and “with no food, no water, no access to the outside world” at the behest of “covert operations”. He is one of at least 118 people whom police have detained at Homan Square since the Guardian exposed the warehouse’s usage as a detention facility in February. His wife described the ordeal as feeling their family had been “lost” by the police.
  • One young man, held at the warehouse for 14 hours without any public listing of his whereabouts, was just shy of his 18th birthday; the courts sentenced him to community service and probation.
  • Another man, not included in the disclosed data, said he fled Chicago after resisting police pressure to become an informant during multiple stints inside Homan Square.

The revelations are by no means a full accounting of police detentions at Homan Square, which Chicago has owned since 1995. The records only date from late 2004 and they exclude people eventually released without charge. After months of disputing the Guardian’s reporting, the Chicago police only made detailed information available after the Guardian sued them for it. Vast amounts of data documenting the full scope of detentions and interrogations at Homan Square remain undisclosed.”


And the dumb asses haven’t figured out that a war is coming their way. They certainly know that something is in the air and that the threat level is elevated

But they have no idea of what will be coming at them

Have fun boys

While you can

Compliments of Capt. W. Zoomie, guardian of the realm

US Police More Concerned About “Anti-Government” Domestic Extremists Than Al-Qaeda, Study Finds

“U.S. law enforcement agencies rank the threat of violence from anti-government  extremists higher than the threat from radicalized Muslims, according to a report released Thursday by the Triangle Center on Terrorism and Homeland Security (TCTHS).

The report, “Law Enforcement Assessment of the Violent Extremism Threat,” was based on survey research by Charles Kurzman, professor of sociology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and David Schanzer, director of TCTHS and associate professor of the practice at Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy.

The survey — conducted by the center with the Police Executive Research Forum — found that 74 percent of 382 law enforcement agencies rated anti-government extremism as one of the top three terrorist threats in their jurisdiction. By comparison, 39 percent listed extremism connected with Al Qaeda or like-minded terrorist organizations as a Top 3 terrorist threat.

– From Duke’s Sanford School of Public Policy

Since September 11, 2001, the frightened and emotionally pliable American public has gullibly relinquished its civil liberties and free heritage in order to allow the U.S. government to wage unaccountable and unconstitutional war again Al-Qaeda and radical Islamic terrorism across the world.

Many of us have warned for years, that preemptively giving up freedoms to protect freedom could only make sense to a propagandized, ignorant public completely clueless of human history. We warned that any totalitarian apparatus implemented to fight an outside enemy, would ultimately be turned around and used upon the public domestically. We already know this is happening with the NSA’s bulk spying and data collection, and we are starting to see a proliferation of the meme that “domestic extremists are more dangerous than Al-Qaeda,” spreading from the mouths of a corrupt and paranoid political class.”

Perhaps if the police didn’t harbor such negative thoughts about the general public, there wouldn’t be as many citizens killed by police. The recent tally is up to 463 killed so far in 2015, or an average of 2.5 Americans killed by police every day.

Finally, I came across the following excerpt from a recently published National Journal article:

Senate Democrats are calling for Congress to shift its focus from solely jihadist-fueled terrorism and hold hearings on the threats from domestic groups in upcoming weeks. And the Department of Justice has already opened up a domestic-terrorism investigation into the Charleston church shooting.

The real enemy of the corrupt corporate state is none other than, “we the people.”

Finally paying attention are they? Have they realized that they have awoken the angry masses? And those masses are becoming a horde?
Why all of a sudden new security for the white house?
Of course the cops are going to view them as the biggest threat because they are the ones that are tasked with enforcing the police state and are afraid of running into one without back up.
For better or worse the three percent movement made it onto the radar with the Bundy ranch and are now going to be under increasing  scrutiny
These are dangerous and interesting times that we live in
Play safe…..

Never give up

“Remember this—that somewhere and somehow, and by somebody, a beginning must be made. Who strikes the first blow for Ireland? Who draws first blood for Ireland? Who wins a wreath that will be green forever?” James Finton Lalor

Lalor was an Irish political writer, hero, patriot, insurrectionist and general all around rabble rouser from the early and mid 1800’s. (My kind of guy of course)

Lalor was unstoppable in his quest for Irish freedom and land rights and never became discouraged. He was of ill health, suffering from tuberculosis and imprisoned after a particular rousing and vitriolic call to arms.

But that did not stop him in his fervor to free his country and better his countryman’s plight.

He became discouraged occasionally but always returned with the fire of freedom burning inside of him.

He refused to recognize any foreign law as legal and fought until his end at the young age of  43

It is surmised that his prison stint fatally worsened his condition

This is what is on his tombstone:

In dear memory of James Fintan Lalor born on the 10th of
March 1809 and died on 27 December 1849.
A faithful Irishman who gave his life in the pursuit of freedom
of our country and to improve the state of Irish people in their
native land.
May his soul be at the right hand of God

Remember friends, get discouraged, but don’t ever give up

No donut award goes to these bozos in blue

Happy Friday!

Florida crowd assaults cop trying to make arrest

MELBOURNE, Fla. — Authorities say a hostile crowd assaulted a Florida police officer while he was trying to arrest a combative man.

Melbourne Police say the officer was arresting 22-year-old Phoenix Low of Melbourne early Saturday on a city ordinance violation of carrying an open container of alcohol.

police statement says Low became combative and attempted to run before the officer wrestled him to the ground.

Cmdr. Vince Pryce says a crowd gathered and began striking and pulling at the officer, who took out his Taser and told “the aggressive advancing crowd” to get back.

Pryce says the officer suffered cuts and bruises.

Along with the ordinance violation, Low was charged with resisting an officer and battery on a law enforcement officer. He was released late Sunday from the Brevard County jail.

From Breitbart: http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/05/25/florida-crowd-assaults-police-officer-trying-to-make-arrest/

Where am I when all the fun happens? I would have paid good money to be ringside on that one.

Florida City Fires Their Entire Police Force

“One Florida town has been hit by corruption and it is so bad, the entire police force has been fired. The most corrupt city in the state has been exposed for its unlawful ways during a recent audit. All cops and elected officials in office have been let go or will be soon as this is just one of the stipulations that had to be followed to spare the city of Hampton, as its corruption runs deep.”

“Trouble arose in a quite innocent way according to the newly hired city attorney John Cooper. A Texaco gas station on nearby US 301 asked for cops to protect the place after a couple of bad accidents and homicides took place. Then, Hampton annexed a 1,200-foot stretch of highway. Later on though, someone arrived at the idea that a lot of easy cash was to be made from pulling over speeders and writing up tickets they would have to pay.

When Hampton’s map was redrawn, it resembled a giant mosquito, draining money straight from the highway. The biggest issue at the time was the police department as it was constantly going over its budget and the revenue from the tickets did not seem to make its way to any person working outside of its city hall building.

The amount of officers increased to 19, which included the chief. However, Bradford County Sheriff Gordon Smith confessed that a bunch of the cops were not at all trained in the proper manner. What is worse, the audit discovered that a couple of them had been driving uninsured vehicles. One policeman, who was better known as “Rambo,” kept an assault rifle strapped across his chest just to write up traffic tickets.”


Rambo, huh? You just can’t make this stuff up.

I had someone tell me the other day that  the “Majority of cops are decent guys trying to do the right thing” but now I see that viewpoint less and less.

This isn’t really a recent phenomena either if I think about it. This goes back to when I was a kid, having cops threaten to bash my head in or try to arrest a bunch of us for assembling. (We were not a mob as they asserted, but rather a peaceful assembly)

Back then I think the statement may have been true, but today I just don’t see it.

15% of all homocides in Utah are police killings

“In the past five years, more Utahns have been killed by police than by gang members.

Or drug dealers. Or from child abuse.

And so far this year, deadly force by police has claimed more lives — 13, including a Saturday shooting in South Jordan — than has violence between spouses and dating partners.

As the tally of fatal police shootings rises, law enforcement watchdogs say it is time to treat deadly force as a potentially serious public safety problem.

“The numbers reflect that there could be an issue, and it’s going to take a deeper understanding of these shootings,” said Chris Gebhardt, a former police lieutenant and sergeant who served in Washington, D.C., and in Utah, including six years on SWAT teams and several training duties. “It definitely can’t be written off as citizen groups being upset with law enforcement.

Through October, 45 people had been killed by law enforcement officers in Utah since 2010, accounting for 15 percent of all homicides during that period. “


Hey, there is no problem here at all. I am sure that they would all be alive if they hadn’t resisted.

Cops respond to burglary, shoot homeowner

“A South Carolina sheriff’s deputy responding to a report of a home invasion shot the homeowner in the neck Thursday because he refused to drop his gun, authorities said.

Two deputies from the Charleston County Sheriff’s Office encountered the man at the rear of his mobile home in Hollywood after two other men fled on bicycles, Sheriff’s Maj. Eric Watson said in a news release.

The man was either leaving or standing at the back door of the house and was armed, Watson said. One of the two deputies shot him after he refused to give up the weapon.”

“Police released two 911 tapes of the encounter Thursday. On one, an exasperated male caller tells police, “Someone was trying to break into my house. Please come. … It’s an emergency and they have guns. Please come!”

The caller, becoming increasingly agitated with every question from the operator, says the suspects are banging on his windows and that he is hiding in a laundry room. When asked, the caller tells the operator to send deputies to both the front and the back door of the home.

About nine minutes into the call, the man shouts something unintelligible away from the phone as the 911 operator tries to get him back on the call.”


Oops! It goes back to….. Don’t call the cops

LOL. Happy Friday

Cop ambushed and killed outside of Atlanta

Authorities say a police officer has been shot and killed in an ambush outside Atlanta.

Fulton County Assistant Police Chief Gary Stiles tells WXIA-TV that the shooting happened around 1:30 a.m. Wednesday near Fairburn, about 20 miles southwest of Atlanta.

Stiles says police were responding to reports of someone shooting a gun in the neighborhood and were ambushed without warning while trying to protect the residents.

Authorities say the officer died shortly after 4:30 a.m. Wednesday at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta.”


Don’t start a war if you don’t want one.

Wash. state Feb. 7 ; Will the rubber hit the road? Armed stand off at the Capitol

An Open Letter to the Washington State Patrol

To the Washington State Patrol Detachment at the Washington State Capitol:

We as patriots have worked with you several times now.  We came on the 13th of December, and we coordinated with you.  We came on the 15th of January, and in both cases you showed us respect and recognized that we are citizens with unalienable rights.  In return we offered you our respect as well, and while the 15th had its issues, we appreciated the way you chose to handle it, and publicly saluted you for your class and your upholding of the Constitution of our state and our nation.

Now there are “rules” barring us from exercising our right in the galleries of our own legislature.  We have talked to you, and we know you understand that we have the right to be there.  People that We elected to represent us and uphold our rights have decided that We, the People of the state of Washington, are no longer allowed to exercise our rights in a building that We own, while viewing the proceedings of the people We elected.  We are told that we will be arrested if we carry an open firearm into the galleries to view the proceedings of a government that only has power by the people’s consent.  This is not right.  It is not in line with the Constitution of the State of Washington, and it is not in line with the Constitution of the United States of America.  In your hearts, you know this to be wrong.

We know that many of you are prior military.  You took an oath to defend the Constitution against all threats, both foreign and domestic.  We know that you are now in a position that no American should ever have to be in—having to choose between enforcing the “rules” of an out of control government that you work for, or upholding the rights of the citizens you serve.  We do not envy your position, but we ask that you do the right and Constitutional thing.

On February 7th, we are coming to the Capitol.  We have no other choice but to do so, because We the People cannot allow this blatant assault on our rights.  We do not want a confrontation.  We have no ill will toward you, and we have no fight with you.  We come in peace, with resolve.  There is not a one of us who wants trouble of any kind.  But we will stand.  We will not allow our elected representatives—who only derive their power from the consent of the governed—to dictate to the people they serve how and when they will exercise their rights.

You were born with the same birthright as we were; liberty was purchased for you with the same blood.  Some of you may have even bled for that liberty, or lost friends and family in its defense.  Are you now willing to arrest your own countrymen to enforce a rule that even you know is wrong?  Are you willing to stand against your brothers and sisters, cousins, friends?  Have we fallen that far?

We are coming on the 7th, and we ask you to stand with us.  We ask you to remember your heritage, the legacy of freedom that so many have died to give you.  We ask that you look at our faces and see that we mean no harm, no malice.  We implore you, in that last moment, when you have the choice to arrest us or stand with us, that you reach into your heart of hearts and remember that we are all Americans, with a debt of blood-bought liberty that we can never fully repay.  As a veteran, I ask you to remember your oath to the Constitution, and your loyalty to freedom.  As a mother, I ask you to stand with us now so that my son and yours do not have to bleed for their liberty because we gave it away.

You do not have to do this.  You can still do the right thing, and uphold the Constitution and the principles of our liberty.  We understand your difficult position…but we ask you to understand ours as well.  We MUST stand; we have no other choice.  We want no fight, but we will not comply.  We will stand.

Stand with us.

From the Patrick Henry society:http://www.patrickhenrysociety.com/an-open-letter-to-the-washington-state-patrol/

Cop shows off gun in elevator, accidentally shoots himself


Oops! Cocked and locked and ready to fire. I have heard of Glock knee before, but never Glock stomach. Looked like he was trying to impress her by showing off his gun.

It is super hard to look cool when you shoot yourself in the stomach.

NYPD cops afraid to make arrests

New York post:

“With cops on edge following the assassination of two patrol officers on a Brooklyn street, many officers have started turning a blind eye to some minor crimes, sources told The Post, while a union mandate that two patrol cars respond to all police calls has led to slower response times to non-emergencies.

“I’m not writing any summonses. Do you think I’m going to stand there so someone can shoot me or hit me in the head with an ax?” One cop said Sunday, referring to the Dec. 20 slayings and another recent attack on the NYPD.

“I’m concerned about my safety,” the cop added. “I want to go to home to my wife and kids.”

An NYPD supervisor noted, “My guys are writing almost no summonses, and probably only making arrests when they have to — like when a store catches a shoplifter.”


So, they didn’t think that it would eventually come to this?  Actions have consequences, don’t you know boys?  Even from those who don’t buy the “Hands up” crap, these cops are not getting a lot of support. How much thuggery do you think you can use on the populace before they turn on you?