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      by Published on 02-18-2015 04:10 PM

      RIVIERA BEACH (CBSMiami) — A 90-year old’s home was destroyed by police conducting a raid but it appears they got the wrong house.
      The elderly woman shared her story of terror and what police are doing to clean up the mess.

      She’s called Riviera Beach home for 25 years, but back on December 18th around 1 p.m., the 90-year-old woman, who asked not to be identified, had some uninvited guests.

      “I don’t know how the cops got in here. The noise woke me up when something said boom! Like a bomb or something,” said the 90-year old.

      There was shattered glass, a busted door, and traces of a flash bang device.

      Riviera Beach Police said after evidence of criminal activity, they got a search warrant.

      “Cops standing
      by Published on 02-15-2015 09:15 AM


      ..the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, And Firearms wants to reclassify common SS109/M855 5.56 NATO ammunition as “armor-piercing” and ban it from import, manufacture, or sale.

      The cartridge had previously been classified “exempt” from the ban on so-called “armor-piercing” ammunition.


      SS109/M855 is one of the two most common loadings for 5.56 NATO chambered AR-15 rifles, featuring a 62-grain bullet with a mild steel penetrator core. The cartridge was adopted ...
      by Published on 01-22-2015 03:35 PM

      ATLANTA (CBS46) -
      Carrie Mills is a retired Atlanta Police officer with 30 years on the job - primarily in APD's drug unit.

      Mills is now a union rep for the International Brotherhood of Police Officers. She considers herself an expert on search warrants, particularly no knock warrants, which allows officers to enter a structure without knocking first.

      Mills says no-knock warrants helped close a lot of cases while she was an officer.

      "If we knock and announced, all evidence is going to be destroyed," Mills said.

      ( Sooo...problem solved? p4p )

      State Sen. Vincent Fort, (D-39), has announced plans to introduce a bill that would make it harder to get no-knock warrants.

      Fort says he was
      by Published on 12-22-2014 10:25 AM

      Now it is.....

      The New York Patrolmen's Benevolent Association, the NYPD's union, has issued this statement following the deaths of two police officers in an ambush:

      "Starting IMMEDIATELY: At least two units are to respond to EVERY call, no matter the condition or severity, no matter what type of job is pending, or what the opinion of the patrol supervisor happens to be.

      “IN ADDITION: Absolutely NO enforcement action in the form of arrests and or summonses is to be taken unless absolutely necessary and an individual MUST be placed under arrest.

      “These are precautions that were taken in the 1970's when police officers were ambushed and executed on a regular basis.

      “The mayor’s hands are literally dripping with our
      by Published on 12-17-2014 04:35 PM

      HOUSTON (FOX 26) -
      Chad Chadwick has something many citizens can only covet - a spotless record.

      "These cops are out of control. They are ruining good people's lives. I am a good man. I have done everything I can to show that, as a father, as a citizen, as a worker," said Chadwick.

      But on the night of September 27th, 2011 Chadwick's commitment to living within the law did him no good at all.

      It started when a friend concerned for Chadwick's emotional well-being called Missouri City police to Chad's Sienna apartment where he'd been distraught, drinking and unknown to anyone, had gone to sleep in the bathtub.

      A SWAT team was summoned.

      "They told a judge I had hostages. They lied to a judge and told
      by Published on 12-09-2014 03:30 PM

      Five days before our client Eric Garner was killed, weeks before Michael Brown was shot in Ferguson, and months before New Yorkers swarmed the city demanding justice for victims of police violence, another forty-something-year-old black man, Jeff Thomas, was severely beaten by Staten Island police in broad daylight. It happened on the same block where police choked Garner to death. This too was captured on video. Watch it on YouTube.

      As the families of Amadou Diallo, Ernest Sayon, Ramarley Graham, Patrick Dorismond, Kenneth Chamberlain, Akai Gurley, Anthony Baez and Sean Bell know, police abuse is nothing new. Eric Garner knew it. Jeff Thomas, the man assaulted on the video, knows it too.

      Seven of the ten most-sued police officers of the 35,000-member New York
      by Published on 12-08-2014 06:59 AM

      CA Cop is Being Fired for NOT Using Violence to Resolve a Situation

      By Matt Agorist on December 7, 2014

      Seaside, CA — A 20 year veteran of the CSU Monterey Bay police force, was given a notice of termination this week for choosing NOT to immediately resort to violent escalation during a confrontation with a suicidal student.

      The unidentified officer was the first one on the scene when responding to an incident involving a suicidal college student in his CSUMB dorm room in February of this year. The officer showed an heartening level of restraint when dealing with a student, who was in his room with a knife and hammer, and was also threatening to light himself on fire.

      “He was clearly a danger to himself and he was in crisis,” Marina Police Chief Edmundo Rodriguez said. “We were trying to keep him from accessing the weapons or leave, to get him medical attention.”

      Instead of immediately resorting to violence, this officer was talking the student down and de-escalating the situation. The officer was successful in calming the student down and was going to get him a glass of water when the Marina police department showed up, and immediately began tasering the student.

      The campus officer refused to taser the student, as he did not perceive a threat. Subsequently Rodriguez’s department later issued a “failure to act” complaint against the campus officer, accusing him of not engaging in a “highly agitated situation.”

      Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/ca-...AwYjK1MikzF.99
      by Published on 11-08-2014 08:31 AM

      Saratoga County Deputy Shawn Glans had no idea he was being recorded as he tried to intimidate a man into allowing him to search his car, which is why he slapped him on the back of his head while yanking the keys out of his hand, tossing them to another deputy who searched the man's car and found nothing illegal.

      But he does know now after Adam Roberts uploaded the video to Facebook where it began going viral Friday.

      In a Facebook message interview with Photography is Not a Crime, Roberts explained that he and his buddy, Colin Fitch, who owns the car, had parked it at a business that was closed and walked to a nearby party Thursday night. They didn’t spend much time at the party but when they walked back to the car, they were confronted by deputies who had spotted a rifle in the back seat and wanted to search the car.

      Firth had purchased a .22 rifle earlier that day and had left it in the back seat, Roberts said. When Deputy Glans asked to search the car, Fitch would not give him permission, insisting he had done nothing illegal.

      Unfortunately, that slapping part was not caught on video, but the sound of the slap is loud and clear. But he followed it up by making more threats, proving to be the real asshole.

      As they were searching the car, Firth showed them his receipt for the gun and they allowed him to leave.
      Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=290_1...9HC03Fbx46D.99

      by Published on 09-22-2014 12:25 PM

      IN PRINCE George’s County, it is now clear that the police, without provocation, can beat an unarmed young student senseless — with impunity. They can blatantly lie about it — with impunity. They can stonewall and cover it up for months — with impunity. They can express no remorse and offer no apology — with impunity.

      The agent of this travesty of justice, and this impunity, is Judge Beverly J. Woodard of the Prince George’s County Circuit Court. Ms. Woodard has presided in the case involving John J. McKenna, a young University of Maryland student who was savagely beaten by two baton-wielding Prince George’s cops in March 2010, following a men’s basketball game on the College Park campus.

      The beating of Mr. McKenna was videotaped; had it not been, the police, ...
      by Published on 09-08-2014 05:30 PM

      Title XLVI
      Chapter 870
      870.05 When killing excused.—If, by reason of the efforts made by any of said officers or by their direction to disperse such assembly, or to seize and secure the persons composing the same, who have refused to disperse, any such person or other person present is killed or wounded, the said officers and all persons acting by their order or under their direction, shall be held guiltless and fully justified in law; and if any of said officers or any person acting under or by their direction is killed or wounded, all persons so assembled and all other persons present who when commanded refused to aid and assist said officer shall be held answerable therefor.
      by Published on 09-04-2014 12:55 PM

      Seventeen fake cellphone towers were discovered across the U.S. last week, according to a report in Popular Science.

      Rather than offering you cellphone service, the towers appear to be connecting to nearby phones, bypassing their encryption, and either tapping calls or reading texts.

      Les Goldsmith, the CEO of ESD America, used ESD's CryptoPhone 500 to detect 17 bogus cellphone towers. ESD is a leading American defense and law enforcement technology provider based in Las Vegas.

      With most phones, these fake communication towers are undetectable. But not for the CryptoPhone 500, a customized Android device that is disguised as a Samsung Galaxy S III but has highly advanced encryption.

      Continued https://sg.finance.yahoo.com/news/my...162645809.html
      by Published on 08-17-2014 01:20 PM

      After police in Kenosha, Wis., shot my 21-year-old son to death outside his house ten years ago — and then immediately cleared themselves of all wrongdoing — an African-American man approached me and said: “If they can shoot a white boy like a dog, imagine what we’ve been going through.”

      I could imagine it all too easily, just as the rest of the country has been seeing it all too clearly in the terrible images coming from Ferguson, Mo., in the aftermath of the killing of Michael Brown. On Friday, after a week of angry protests, the police in Ferguson finally identified the officer implicated in Brown's shooting, although the circumstances still remain unclear.

      I have known the name of the policeman who killed my son, Michael, for ten years. And he is still working on the force in Kenosha.
      Yes, there is good reason to think that many of these unjustifiable homicides by police across the country are racially motivated. But there is a lot more than that going on here. Our country is simply not paying enough attention to the terrible lack of accountability of police departments and the way it affects all of us—regardless of race or ethnicity. Because if a blond-haired, blue-eyed boy — that was my son, Michael — can be shot in the head under a street light with his hands cuffed behind his back, in front of five eyewitnesses (including his mother and sister), and his father was a retired Air Force lieutenant colonel who flew in three wars for his country — that’s me — and I still couldn’t get anything done about it, then Joe the plumber and Javier the roofer aren’t going to be able to do anything about it either.

      Read more: http://www.politico.com/magazine/sto...#ixzz3AfCIx69c
      by Published on 08-13-2014 07:09 PM
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      While serving as a U.S. Marine on patrol in Afghanistan, we wore desert camouflage to blend in with our surroundings, carried rifles to shoot back when under enemy attack, and drove around in armored vehicles to ward off roadside bombs.
      We looked intimidating, but all of our vehicles and equipment had a clear purpose for combat against enemy forces. So why is this same gear being used on our city streets?

      On Saturday, a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, shot and killed 18-year-old Michael Brown, an unarmed black man. In the days that have followed, the town with a population about 21,000 has seen massive protests in response to the shooting, as some witnesses said Brown had his hands up when he was killed.

      Putting aside what started the protests for ...
      by Published on 08-05-2014 10:42 AM
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      Two weeks worth of breakdown. This just goes to show that there is nothing "isolated" about police abuse. That there are not just "a few bad apples." http://www.reddit.com/r/Bad_Cop_No_D...ts_from_72714/

      July 20-26th:http://i.imgur.com/xul5pUg.png

      July 27th - Aug. 2nd:http://i.imgur.com/jvexrfE.png

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