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Who’s pulling you over? : “Hero” cop busted on film beating handcuffed man —

Are you surprised that he lied about it? Why shouldn’t he, he is after all a “sworn officer of the court” . He lied because he could; he lied because he had blue privileged. As long as “They go home safe”…. Right. Any time you are in contact with LEO you are in a […]

via Who’s pulling you over? : “Hero” cop busted on film beating handcuffed man — Deborah Lee Jarrett

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Who’s pulling you over? : N.C. Sheriff arrested for plot to murder Deputy —

Don’t be afraid of the man with the gun when he pulls you over. He is a hero who risks his life every day. He is part of the thin blue line that keeps anarchy at bay. And just remember, what is really important; that he goes home safe every day. A hero, for sure […]

via Who’s pulling you over? : N.C. Sheriff arrested for plot to murder Deputy — Deborah Lee Jarrett

Heroes in blue: Compilation of cops arrested 9/22/2017

San Francisco Police Officer Arrested On Misdemeanor Charges CBS San Francisco Bay Area–10 hours ago SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A San Francisco police officer was arrested Thursday and charged with using false vehicle registration stickers … SFPD Officer arrested, charged with filing false police report Mission Local–9 hours ago View all Lawyer: Utah […]

via Heroes in blue: Compilation of cops arrested 9/22/2017 — Deborah Lee Jarrett

Compilation of lying cops 6-22-2017

It is not a few bad apples. It is the very nature of the person who wishes to be in the position of control. Normal people do not wish to control others at the threat of death or arrest. “I joined to help people”. My ass; You joined because you wanted power and control and […]

via Compilation of lying cops 6-22-2017 — Deborah Lee Jarrett

To serve : Cop shoots dogs leg off after drunken fall from motorcycle

And of course the Asshole lies about what actually happened. “Feared for his life” my ass. How many people and animals have lost their lives because some trigger happy coward “Feared for his life”? Now they have the dipshit on paid suspension instead of fired and warming up a jail cot. It shows what they […]

via Cop shoots dogs leg off after drunken fall from motorcycle — Deborah Lee Jarrett

Police abuse reports for the first 2 weeks of February 2017

Before you read any of the below, be sure you go here : https://www.policemisconduct.net/ This is the mother site of these reports from the CATO institute. Go there and bookmark the page for future use It is unequivocally the most important police abuse resource in the country Here are the seven reports of police misconduct […]

via From the CATO institute :Two weeks of police abuse reports for February 2017 — Deborah Lee Jarrett

Arrest reports: Cops arrested in the 1st week and a half of February 2017

Here is this weeks “Heroes in the news”. Looks like the boys and girls in blue have been very, very busy. Instead of “Risking their lives” everyday, they have been “Risking getting caught” everyday. If you enjoyed this compilation, please pass it around and give it some traffic as it is soon to become a […]

via Arrest reports: Cops arrested in the 1st week and a half of February 2017 — Deborah Lee Jarrett

To serve: Florida Sheriff’s Deputy befriends woman, kidnaps her dog,steals $65,000es to kill her


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“A Florida sheriff’s deputy was arrested this week in connection with a series of bizarre crimes involving an elderly woman, whom he allegedly forced to ingest medication and whose dog he allegedly gave away on Craigslist.

Frankie Eugene Bybee, an 18-year veteran of the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office, was arrested Monday for a host of alleged crimes, including grand theft and attempted murder. The 46-year-old is being held at the county jail on bonds totaling over $1 million.

“His actions are a disgrace, not only to our agency but to law enforcement professionals everywhere,” Sarasota County Sheriff Thomas Knight said at a Monday press conference.

According to the sheriff’s office, the investigation into Bybee began last month, when a 79-year-old woman complained that he was harassing her.

The woman told police she met Bybee in October 2016, when he responded to a call for assistance at her residence and helped transport her to a local hospital. Bybee then allegedly began visiting the woman while on and off duty, and introduced her to several members of his family, authorities said.

A friendship quickly developed and Bybee allegedly agreed to temporarily care for the woman’s dog, a 2-year-old Yorkshire terrier named J.J. The woman told authorities she wrote Bybee a check for $1,000 that was intended to cover grooming and veterinarian fees.”

“When the woman was released from the hospital, Bybee allegedly refused to return her dog.

Interviewed by detectives, Bybee acknowledged taking possession of the dog and said he’d placed an ad on Craigslist and “rehomed” it, according to authorities.

On Jan. 9, investigators allegedly discovered four checks in the woman’s name made out to Bybee and his three children, totaling $65,000. The woman denied writing the checks, and a forensic analysis of the documents allegedly revealed the presence of Bybee’s fingerprints.

The deputy was placed on administrative leave as authorities continued their investigation.

Three days later, on Jan. 12, the woman contacted the sheriff’s office, claiming that Bybee had entered her home wearing dark clothing and blue latex gloves and tried to kill her.

“Bybee mounted the victim and, while holding her down, forced prescription medication in her mouth,” Knight said.”

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/florida-cop-elderly-woman-pills-dog_us_58877771e4b096b4a234a34a?

Seriously, you can’t make this stuff up

Compilation of cops already arrested in 2017

Ever wonder why your heart races when Cherries pop up in your rear view? It’s just a speeding ticket right? Or maybe you don’t entirely trust the man with the hand cuffs and gun who now holds your life in his hands. But that is just ridiculous, that man is a hero in blue who […]

via Compilation of hero cops already arrested in 2017 : Year Off to a great start — 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 serve: Pasco Fl. Deputy sentenced for child porn

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“A Broward man who was fired from his job as a Pasco County Sheriff’s deputy was sentenced Monday to five years in federal prison for receiving child pornography.

Matthew Bondi, 22, of Deerfield Beach, was arrested in August in Davie when authorities said he tried to meet an underage teenage boy for sex.

Bondi pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of receiving a video 15-year-old masturbating.

“I sincerely apologize,” Bondi told the judge Monday. “I understand what I did and I have from day one.”

Bondi was just eight months into what he hoped would be lifetime career in law enforcement when he was arrested. He said he has already begun to try to make “a complete and utter difference in my life.”

http://www.sun-sentinel.com/local/broward/fl-matthew-bondi-sentenced-20160307-story.html?platform=hootsuite

What A POS

I hope this scumbag gets his just rewards on the inside

I tell you, I am so far past the whole “Few bad apples ” thing

I did not start out as a cop hater

Some of my fathers best friends were cops, including the Sheriff

I was on the side of the cops for a long time, but slowly but surely I got turned the other way

To tell the truth I did not realize how rampant the abuse was until I started blogging

 

From the Cato institute, Worst police misconduct for December: Accident victim shot and paralyzed by cop dies in hospital

“So for December we have selected the shooting death of Andrew Thomas in Paradise, California.  According to news reports, here’s what happened:  Thomas was seen leaving the parking lot of a bar and his vehicle didn’t have its lights on — even though it was late at night.  Officer Patrick Feaster suspected the driver might be intoxicated and so pursued Thomas to pull him over and investigate further.

No problem so far.  We want police to be alert for impaired drivers who endanger other people.

Next, Thomas did not pull over after Feaster was behind him with his police lights flashing.

Moments later, Thomas’s SUV crashed and his wife was ejected from the vehicle.  She died.

Next, things get even worse.  Officer Feaster is seen on dash-cam video walking toward the crashed SUV.  The video shows Thomas trying to climb out of the overturned SUV.  Feaster draws his sidearm and shoots Thomas in the neck and he falls back into his SUV.

After the shooting, Officer Feaster gets on his radio to report that the driver is refusing his commands to get out of the vehicle.  He does not mention that he shot the driver.  Feaster also reports that a injured woman is unresponsive, but the video shows that he is not checking on her condition or rendering aid.

Other police and responders get to the scene, but ten minutes go by before Feaster says he fired his weapon.  It is very unclear what could be the justification for shooting a man after a vehicle crash in these circumstances.  Officer Feaster says he was not threatened, but that his gun went off accidentally.

On a police body camera, Feaster is heard telling the watch commander that his gun went off, but he didn’t think the driver was hit because he wasn’t aiming his weapon in the driver’s direction.  Thomas initially survived the shot to his neck, but was paralyzed.  He died weeks later.

Despite community outrage, the local prosecutor, Mike Ramsey, declined to file any criminal charges against Officer Feaster because he said he lacked sufficient evidence to prove a crime in court.  That’s very odd.  Prosecutors would typically be relieved to know that the incident was captured on videotape.”

View the video for yourself here:

And here is the cato institute police misconduct page: http://www.policemisconduct.net/

If you want to keep up on what the miscreants in blue are up to this is the place to do it. Their page is updated multiple times a week with nationwide reports on our public servants.

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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

Montage of police beating people in wheelchairs and the culture of “Comply or die”

Still think it’s just a few bad apples?

Let me tell you this, while America slept the police state closed in

This has become endemic in our country yet people still defend them as heroes in blue who must view every citizen as a threat

It comes with the dogma that it is needed so they can go home safe at night

Check out the below from the Rutherford institute

“Trying to predict the outcome of any encounter with the police is a bit like playing Russian roulette: most of the time you will emerge relatively unscathed, although decidedly poorer and less secure about your rights, but there’s always the chance that an encounter will turn deadly.

The odds weren’t in Walter L. Scott’s favor. Reportedly pulled over for a broken taillight, Scott—unarmed—ran away from the police officer, who pursued and shot him from behind, first with a Taser, then with a gun. Scott was struck five times, “three times in the back, once in the upper buttocks and once in the ear — with at least one bullet entering his heart.”

Samuel Dubose, also unarmed, was pulled over for a missing front license plate. He was reportedly shot in the head after a brief struggle in which his car began rolling forward.

Levar Jones was stopped for a seatbelt offense, just as he was getting out of his car to enter a convenience store. Directed to show his license, Jones leaned into his car to get his wallet, only to be shot four times by the “fearful” officer. Jones was also unarmed.

Bobby Canipe was pulled over for having an expired registration. When the 70-year-old reached into the back of his truck for his walking cane, the officer fired several shots at him, hitting him once in the abdomen.

Dontrell Stevens was stopped “for not bicycling properly.” Four seconds later, the sheriff’s deputy shot Stephens four times as he pulled a black object from his waistband. The object was his cell phone. Stephens was unarmed.

If there is any lesson to be learned from these “routine” traffic stops, it is that drivers should beware.

At a time when police can do no wrong—at least in the eyes of the courts, police unions and politicians dependent on their votes—and a “fear” for officer safety is used to justify all manner of police misconduct, “we the people” are at a severe disadvantage.

According to the Justice Department, the most common reason for a citizen to come into contact with the police is being a driver in a traffic stop. On average, one in 10 Americans gets pulled over by police.

Yet as Sandra Bland learned the hard way, the reason for a traffic stop no longer matters. Bland, who was pulled over for allegedly failing to use her turn signal, was arrested after refusing to comply with the police officer’s order to extinguish her cigarette and exit her vehicle. Three days later, Bland was found dead in her jail cell.

What Bland didn’t understand was that police officers have been given free range to pull anyone over for a variety of reasons, from windows that are too heavily tinted, driving too fast, driving too slow, failing to maintain speed and following too closely to improper lane changes, distracted driving, screeching a car’s tires, and leaving a parked car door open for too long.

Motorists can also be stopped by police for driving a certain make of car (Mercedes, Grand Prix and Hummers are among the most ticketed vehicles) and having anything dangling from the rearview mirror (air fresheners, handicap parking permits, troll transponders or rosaries).

Incredibly, a federal appeals court actually ruled unanimously in 2014 that acne scars and driving with a stiff upright posture are reasonable grounds for being pulled over. More recently, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that driving a vehicle that has a couple air fresheners, rosaries and pro-police bumper stickers at 2 MPH over the speed limit is suspicious, meriting a traffic stop.

Unfortunately for drivers, not only have traffic stops become potentially deadly encounters, they have also turned into a profitable form of highway robbery for the police departments involved. As The Washington Post reports, “traffic stops for minor infractions such as speeding or equipment violations are increasingly used as a pretext for officers to seize cash from drivers.” Since 2001, police have seized $2.5 billion from people who were not charged with a crime and without a warrant being issued.

If you’re starting to feel somewhat overwhelmed, intimidated and fearful for your life and your property, you should be. Never before have “we the people” been so seemingly defenseless in the face of police misconduct, lacking advocates in the courts and in the legislatures.

From the moment those lights start flashing and that siren goes off, we’re all in the same boat: we must pull over. However, it’s what happens after you’ve been pulled over that’s critical. Survival is the key.

Technically, you have the right to remain silent (beyond the basic requirement to identify yourself and show your registration). You have the right to refuse to have your vehicle searched. You have the right to film your interaction with police. You have the right to ask to leave. You also have the right to resist an unlawful order such as a police officer directing you to extinguish your cigarette, put away your phone or stop recording them.

However, there is a price for asserting one’s rights.

So if you don’t want to get probed, poked, pinched, tasered, tackled, searched, seized, stripped, manhandled, arrested, shot, or killed, don’t say, do or even suggest anything that even hints of noncompliance when it comes to interactions with police.

Comply or die” has become the new maxim for the American police state”

The rest here: http://www.rutherford.org/publications_resources/john_whiteheads_commentary/drivers_beware_the_costly_deadly_dangers_of_traffic_stops_in_the_american_p

Just remember all of these scum need a place to lay their head at night

Cops livid over proposed ‘police reform’ measures

“Rank-and-file cops are fuming over several “police reform” measures City Council members plan to review this week, including bills that would force cops to get suspects’ consent for searches, imprison police for using chokeholds, and require cops to give out the Civilian Complaint Review Board’s phone number.

“These pieces of legislation have been proposed by individuals who have neither the expertise nor the experience to establish policy in the dangerous business of fighting crime,” PBA President Patrick Lynch said in a statement Sunday.

“Policing policies must be left to the police management who understand the intricacies and difficulties of complex legal issues and the appropriate use of crime-fighting tactics.”

The nine council bills up for review at Monday’s Council Public Safety Committee meeting include:

  • Requiring that uniformed cops provide their full name, rank and precinct, as well as the CCRB number, during any traffic stop or property search
  • A measure that would allow police to use “injurious physical force” only “as is proportionally necessary,” but that does not define how proportionality will be determined
  • Making the NYPD report the precincts of the 200 cops with the most CCRB complaints filed against them

The rest here : http://nypost.com/2015/06/29/cops-livid-over-proposed-police-reform-measures/

NYPD scumbags in blue are pissed because they can no longer abuse people with impunity.

The dirt bags on the NYPD are as bad as Chicago cops

We were supposed to feel bad when a couple of them got capped after Eric Garner

You can only abuse people for so long before before they fight back

Look at the below video and tell me that these thugs in blue don’t deserve anything they get

Happy Monday everyone