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Police rightist bias
« on: July 04, 2020, 12:28:39 am »


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www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/jan/25/california-police-neo-nazis-antifa-protest

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The testimony of a California police officer leading the inquiry into a series of stabbings at a neo-Nazi rally indicated that he targeted leftwing activists and victims rather than focusing his investigation on armed white supremacists.

The officer, Donovan Ayres, a 12-year-veteran of the California highway patrol, admitted he pursued information on the political affiliations and online activity of leftwing activists and victims.
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But his testimony in a packed courtroom earlier this week, along with hundreds of pages of reports he wrote, have revealed the officer’s acquiescence to the neo-Nazis and the way he repeatedly advocated they not face any criminal consequences.

Ayres told the court that he filed a search warrant to access the Facebook accounts of the leftist protesters and anti-fascists, but chose not to seek equivalent information about neo-Nazi suspects – an extraordinary move for a law enforcement leader investigating far-right violence. He also resisted describing the political affiliations of individual men on the neo-Nazi side.

“It’s extremely troubling that a police officer wouldn’t [seek] to get all the information available about all the actors involved in the violent episode,” said Mike German, a former FBI agent and expert on the far right who reviewed some of Ayres’ documents for the Guardian. “Law enforcement should always look at who has a history of violence … The victims of the most egregious violence were counter-protesters.”
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Ayres wrote up more than 120 individual reports on everyone present at the capitol on 26 June. For anti-fascists and counter-protesters, the language was generally the same: the activists were “rioting” and threatening the free-speech rights of the TWP. “The message to commit violence against the ‘Nazis’ was clear,” he wrote in the reports, recommending they all be prosecuted.

Ayres, however, concluded he could not determine if the white supremacist men he identified were “solely responsible for any specific injuries”. That includes men who he determined, based on video evidence, were holding knives. For more than a dozen of them, there was not enough evidence of any crimes, he wrote.

Sean Wurzburg, a TWP affiliate, Ayres wrote, was “observed holding what appears to be a folding blade knife in his right hand when he initially engaged with” a counter-protester. He continued:

Moments later they are observed rolling in the bushes … and Wurzburg was seen making some downward thrusting motions. [The protester] sustained a stab wound to the … abdomen. There is insufficient evidence to determine if Wurzburg is solely responsible for the wound that [the protester] sustained. What is known, is that Wurzburg and [the protester] were in physical confrontation, Wurzburg had what appeared to be a folding knife in his hand [and] during the fight Wurzburg is seen making downward thrusting motions before they separate.

“I was unable to specifically place Wurzburg as solely responsible for any specific injuries on those protestors who were known to be injured,” Ayres concluded, saying it was “unknown if Wurzburg committed any crimes”.

Ayres’ separate report on this stabbing victim said the victim “aggressively tackled Wurzburg, taking an advantageous top position after taking Wurzburg to the ground near the bushes”, and that after the confrontation, the victim “collapsed due to a stab wound”.

Ayres recommended the victim be charged with 13 separate criminal offenses, including “assault with a deadly weapon (flag pole) and battery on Sean Wurzburg”; conspiracy; false imprisonment; brandishing a weapon; participating in a riot; inciting a riot; participating in an unlawful assembly; possessing a prohibited weapon; disturbing the peace; wearing a mask or disguise to evade police, unlawfully carrying a banner “exceeding thirty inches”; carrying a flag pole handle that was “greater than one-fourth inch in thickness”; and carrying “prohibited signs”.

Similarly, Ayres wrote that the TWP affiliate Derik Punneo “possessed a lawful knife, came under attack from the protestors and defended himself from the attacks”. Ayres summarized:

Punneo had a knife in his right hand at some point during Event … [and] was in the immediate area of a counter protester, who did suffer from numerous stab wounds; Punneo was in the immediate area of [Yvette] Felarca and Felarca suffered cuts to one arm; Punneo had close physical interaction with [another counter protester] on two separate occasions (within a moment of each other) and [this counter protester] did suffer a large gash across his left upper chest; a knife, similar to the one Punneo was holding … was located in the bushes.

Ayres concluded: “I was unable to specifically place Punneo as solely responsible for any specific injuries on those protestors.”

Ayres recommended no charges for Punneo but did urge a litany of felony charges against the three stabbing victims. The CHP later interviewed Punneo in jail after his arrest for an unrelated allegation of domestic violence. One man on the white supremacist side is now facing charges, but not for the stabbings.
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Ultimately, Ayres did not recommend charges for any of the far-right men for the stabbings. Ayres did recommend criminal charges against all 100 counter-protesters he identified, including eight stabbing and beating victims and those not accused of any violence.

Prosecutors ultimately chose to charge three anti-fascists: Yvette Felarca, a 48-year-old Berkeley teacher and well-known leftwing organizer, and two indigenous activists, Michael Williams, 58, and Porfirio Paz, 21.
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Felarca is facing a charge of felony assault “by means of force likely to produce great bodily injury” for an encounter with Nigel Walker, a demonstrator who showed up at the rally carrying a flag with what Ayres described as a “white power, white nationalist type symbol”.
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He said “unknown” and “I don’t recall” when asked about the beliefs of numerous men
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Ayres described the anti-fascists’ flags as weapons – a “club/stick” with a flag “attached” to it – “emblematic of anarchist beliefs” and direct evidence of their violent criminal offenses. But when asked if he considered Walker’s flag attached to a long stick to be a weapon, Ayres said no.
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When questioned about the Facebook warrants, Ayres admitted he did not send similar search warrants for TWP Facebook accounts, but he did not elaborate on his reasoning.

“This officer had real trouble being neutral,” the defense attorney Linda Parisi told the court at the end of Tuesday’s four-hour hearing.

If this officer's attitude is reflective of at even a small fraction of officers, then how many of the fatal police shootings of leftist civilians over the years (for which the officers responsible have generally walked free) could easily have been deliberate murders?

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Unsurprising, considering police officers are trained in Israel.

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www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/white-supremacist-cop-suspended-richmond-virginia_us_5c5b677be4b00187b5580989

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Stamm’s history of making social media posts expressing an affinity for the Asatru Folk Assembly, a white nationalist organization
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Stamm, who couldn’t be reached for comment, appeared to delete his Facebook page Wednesday.
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Another Facebook photo shows Stamm lifting weights in front of a “Wirmer Flag,” a German nationalist flag co-opted by the modern far-right in Germany, most notably by the anti-Muslim hate group Pegida.

According to the anti-fascist report, Stamm “liked” the Facebook page “This Is Europa,” which describes itself as a “pro-European community and think tank,” and regularly shares false and fearmongering posts about Muslims. He also “liked” “Stop Farm Attacks & Murders in South Africa,” a Facebook page devoted to the white nationalist conspiracy theory that there is a “white genocide” underway in South Africa.

How did they let him become a cop in the first place? (Answer: they recruit these types deliberately.)

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nnocent civilians continue to be shot dead by pathologically biased police:

news.sky.com/story/rapper-sleeping-in-car-with-gun-on-his-lap-shot-dead-by-six-california-police-officers-11636058

Will they be charged with murder?

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www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/officers-will-not-be-charged-fatal-shooting-stephon-clark-prosecutor-n978566

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The two officers said they believed Clark had a gun and was in a shooting stance before they fired, but only a cell phone was found.
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Clark's mother said the family was outraged by the decision and that her son was "executed" by police. "It's just not right," Se'Quette Clark said.

"My faith in the justice system is what it has been: It's not for us. It's not for the black community," she said. "It's what they've shown us time and time again."

So what are you going to do about it? Will you use your own firearm to avenge Stephon's death, as was intended by the Second Amendment? Because with every such police shooting going unpunished, other biased officers will hear about it and hence be even less worried about shooting innocent people next time. It's what they've shown you time and time again because you let them show it to you the first time without retaliation. And the second time. And the third. It is your own fault for letting the justice system deteriorate so far when you were allowed to own firearms all along.

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The foul play may be even worse than we previously thought:

www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/puzzling-number-of-men-tied-to-ferguson-protests-have-died/ar-BBUSLwu
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Six deaths, all involving men with connections to protests in Ferguson, Missouri, drew attention on social media and speculation in the activist community that something sinister was at play.
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Deandre Joshua's body was found inside a burned car blocks from the protest. The 20-year-old was shot in the head before the car was torched.

Darren Seals, shown on video comforting Brown's mother that same night, met an almost identical fate two years later. The 29-year-old's bullet-riddled body was found inside a burning car in September 2016.

Four others also died, three of them ruled suicides.

— MarShawn McCarrel of Columbus, Ohio, shot himself in February 2016 outside the front door of the Ohio Statehouse, police said. He had been active in Ferguson.

— Edward Crawford Jr., 27, fatally shot himself in May 2017 after telling acquaintances he had been distraught over personal issues, police said. A photo of Crawford firing a tear gas canister back at police during a Ferguson protest was part of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch's Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage.

— In October, 24-year-old Danye Jones was found hanging from a tree in the yard of his north St. Louis County home. His mother, Melissa McKinnies, was active in Ferguson and posted on Facebook after her son's death, "They lynched my baby." But the death was ruled a suicide.

— Bassem Masri, a 31-year-old Palestinian American who frequently livestreamed video of Ferguson demonstrations, was found unresponsive on a bus in November and couldn't be revived. Toxicology results released in February showed he died of an overdose of fentanyl.
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Activists say that in the years since the protests, they have been targeted in dangerous ways.

"Something is happening," said Cori Bush, a frequent leader of the Ferguson protests. "I've been vocal about the things that I've experienced and still experience — the harassment, the intimidation, the death threats, the death attempts."

Bush said her car has been run off the road, her home has been vandalized, and in 2014 someone shot a bullet into her car, narrowly missing her daughter, who was 13 at the time.

She suspects white supremacists or police sympathizers. Living under constant threat is exhausting, she said, but she won't give in.

"They shut us up and they win," Bush said.

It's unclear if residual stress from the protests or harassment contributed to the suicides, but Johnson said many activists feel a sense of hopelessness.

"This has to have a big impact on their mental health," Johnson said. "For many, law enforcement is not a recourse. Many times law enforcement is not on their side."

They will keep picking us off one by one. Why would they not, so long as they know we will keep letting them do so without retaliation?

They aren't even hiding their intentions anymore:

www.ajc.com/news/alabama-newspaper-editor-calls-for-kkk-clean-out-washington/PQncmmwlQvPr86Dw3udR9O/

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"If we could get the Klan to go up there and clean out D.C., we'd all been better off," Sutton told the Advertiser.

Asked to clarify what he meant about “cleaning up” Washington, Sutton told the Advertiser, "We'll get the hemp ropes out, loop them over a tall limb and hang all of them."

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www.infomigrants.net/en/post/15851/greece-asylum-seekers-afraid-to-leave-hotel-after-being-attacked-by-locals

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Dozens of asylum seekers remain practically under siege in a hotel in the town of Vilia. The migrants were transferred to the hotel under the IOM’s program aimed at taking pressure off the overcrowded camps on the Greek islands. Soon after their arrival on Friday they were attacked with rocks and petrol bombs by local residents.
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The group of 102 people, according to the UN migration agency, the IOM, arrived at the Hotel Verori in the village on Friday having been transferred from reception centers on several islands including Samos, Lesbos and Leros. A couple of hours later, dozens of demonstrators from the village gathered outside the building.

The mob attacked the migrants with petrol bombs and rocks. They broke the glass door of the hotel lobby and some stormed into the rooms, according to Euronews, breaking down one man’s door and ramming a fire extinguisher into his chest.
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A 21-year-old migrant from Yemen told Euronews: "Some Greeks gathered in front of the Verori Hotel and attacked it … they smashed doors and windows. They attacked refugees from Palestine and Syria. They hit an old man and both his children."

Another man from Syria said: "Most people don’t dare leave the hotel. The women don’t even go to the supermarket. But we can’t live like this, we’re not in prison." According to the Euronews report, police who were present did not prevent the attack.

This is nothing new in Greece. We were already covering this many years ago when Golden Dawn was attacking innocent people and the police were watching and laughing, remember?

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www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/inside-100-million-police-traffic-stops-new-evidence-racial-bias-n980556

Using information obtained through public record requests, the Stanford Open Policing Project examined almost 100 million traffic stops conducted from 2011 to 2017 across 21 state patrol agencies, including California, Illinois, New York and Texas, and 29 municipal police departments, including New Orleans, Philadelphia, San Francisco and St. Paul, Minnesota.

The results show that police stopped and searched black and Latino drivers on the basis of less evidence than used in stopping white drivers, who are searched less often but are more likely to be found with illegal items.

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news.yahoo.com/apos-hope-man-never-sleeps-165255893.html

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A jury acquitted Rosfeld of homicide charges Friday after less than four hours of deliberation following four days of trial. During the trial, the jury saw video of the fatal shooting that became public shortly after the incident and contributed to unrest in Pittsburgh in the following days.
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The teen "was unarmed, and he did not pose a threat to the officer or to the community, and the verdict today says that is OK, that is acceptable behavior from a police," Merritt added.
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Rosfeld told jurors he thought Rose or another teen in the car had pointed a gun at him. Neither were holding guns when the officer shot Rose, but two guns were later found in the vehicle.
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Rose's killing sparked protests throughout the city at the time, and he is one of many unarmed black teens and men killed by white police officers in high-profile cases.

In her interview with the Post-Gazette, Kenney noted how her son was unarmed and killed but a heavily armed, white shooter who killed 11 at the Tree of Life synagogue last year survived during his interaction with police.

Worse, Rosfeld shouldn't even have been on the job in the first place:

www.vox.com/identities/2018/7/5/17537150/antwon-rose-police-shooting-pittsburgh-michael-rosfeld-civil-rights-lawsuit

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That night, Riley and Schilling, along with two others, were at the bar celebrating a birthday when the owner “forcefully removed” the four men, according to the lawsuit. The men then approached a nearby officer for assistance. Rosfeld also responded to the incident.

When Rosfeld arrived, the lawsuit alleges, he immediately used force against three of the men and arrested them. In his reports of the incident, Rosfeld largely recounted the incident from the bar owner’s perspective, saying that the men had picked a fight with another person at the bar, prompting their removal. The report also said that one of the men broke a glass door and assaulted an employee. The men denied these claims, arguing that surveillance footage showed otherwise. But Rosfeld — claiming that he watched the footage — said that the video backed the owner’s account. The three arrested men then spent the night in jail.

According to the lawsuit, the Allegheny County DA’s Office dismissed the charges against the men after concluding that surveillance footage “did not support” and “contradicted” Rosfeld’s reports.

Rosfeld left the University of Pittsburgh Police Department about a month after the incident; the suit argues that this was the result of him being fired. (The University of Pittsburgh has declined to comment on the matter, telling reporters that it does not comment on pending litigation.) He joined the East Pittsburgh police roughly four months later, and Rose’s shooting occurred a few weeks after that.

Lee Merritt, an attorney representing Rose’s family, argues Rosfeld should not have been hired by the East Pittsburgh Police Department in May of this year because of the December incident.
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This isn’t the first time that an officer’s prior behavior has raised questions about their continued employment in law enforcement. Police department policies and the ability for officers to move to other departments can exacerbate the issue. A 2017 investigation from the Washington Post noted that many officers fired for misconduct are later reinstated by their agencies, often because police leadership didn’t following protocol when terminating them. And officers who leave their departments after major scandals are often rehired by different departments.

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www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6850701/Police-officer-sacked-saying-wish-f-g-p-s-hurry-pizza.html

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Police officer who was sacked for racist drunken rant in Indian takeaway after force Christmas party wins her job back AND £15,000 back pay following appeal

This decision now taints the entire department by connivance.
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Re: Police rightist bias
« Reply #1 on: July 04, 2020, 12:41:04 am »
OLD CONTENT contd.

globalnews.ca/news/4827328/lethbridge-police-video-officer-repeatedly-running-over-deer/

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Calgary-based lawyer Stefanie Stamm told Global News that she believes the officer in the video broke the law.

“There are laws in place, both provincially and federally, to protect animals from suffering exactly how this deer suffered. And police officers are sworn to uphold those laws,” she said.
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“The fact that it was a police officer who actually was violating specific laws that he was sworn to uphold is disgusting,” she said.

“This police officer should have criminal charges laid against him.”

But will there be?

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www.nytimes.com/2019/04/18/us/white-nationalists-virginia-police.html

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The first case involved Sgt. Robert A. Stamm of the Virginia Division of Capitol Police
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Sergeant Stamm came to its attention because he had a large Band-Aid covering his neck while patrolling. The group found photos on social media of Sergeant Stamm with tattoos, flags and banners that used white supremacist symbols and images, it said in a blog post.

It also said he was linked to the Asatru Folk Assembly, which the Southern Poverty Law Center has described as an extremist group that invokes pre-Christian Nordic spirituality.
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In the second case, Daniel Morley, a school resource officer with the Chesterfield County Police Department, was fired Thursday following an investigation into allegations that he was affiliated with the group Identity Evropa, also known as the American Identity Movement. Members of that group helped plan the 2017 “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Va., according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Antifa Seven Hills had identified Mr. Morley as a “pledge coordinator” for the group, which recruits on college campuses and elsewhere. Antifa said that Mr. Morley was responsible “for guiding new applicants through the vetting process” and had been a member since 2017.
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Mr. Stamm and Mr. Morley knew each other, and in March it posted what it said was a photo of the two together.

The last sentence is the key. It does not take many biased officers who know one another for them to start covering for one another and hence corrupting the whole institution from inside out.

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www.freep.com/story/news/politics/2019/04/29/rashida-tlaib-tweet-california-fontana-police/3614245002/

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A California police department says an off-duty employee was behind a tweet reportedly posted April 23 that disparaged Michigan representative Rashida Tlaib, according to the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin of California.

"Nice knowing you! I became bulimic because I vomit every time I hear your BS. You are one of the most un-American person s (sic) I know. You are a disgrace to the office you hold," read screen grabs of the since-deleted tweet of the Fontana Police Department, which was shared by the Daily Bulletin.

The tweet also linked to a post made by a right-wing website about Tlaib and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

When police calls "un-American" someone willing to speak out against the most powerful on behalf of the most powerless, it is time to worry.

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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_Sandra_Bland

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting_of_Michael_Brown

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting_of_Philando_Castile

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting_of_Jamar_Clark

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting_of_Jocques_Clemmons

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting_of_John_Crawford_III

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting_of_Ezell_Ford

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_Eric_Garner

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_Jonny_Gammage

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_Freddie_Gray

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting_of_Dontre_Hamilton

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting_of_Charley_Leundeu_Keunang

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting_of_Jeremy_McDole

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting_of_Jerame_Reid

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting_of_Tamir_Rice

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting_of_Tony_Robinson

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_Jonathan_Sanders

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6Q1qqMp5_o

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAr2_TUKt08

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9SZlypyK-4

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My suspicions confirmed - this is an endemic problem:

www.buzzfeednews.com/article/emilyhoerner/police-facebook-racist-violent-posts-comments-philadelphia

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The Plain View Project, launched by Philadelphia lawyer Emily Baker-White, examined the accounts of about 2,900 officers from eight departments across the country and an additional 600 retired officers from those same departments. She compiled posts that represented troubling conduct in a database that is replete with racist imagery and memes, and in some cases long, vitriolic exchanges involving multiple officers.

The project sought to compile posts, comments, and other public activity that could undermine public trust in the police and reinforce the views of critics, especially in minority communities, that the police are not there to protect them.

Of the pages of officers whom the Plain View researchers could positively identify, about 1 in 5 of the current officers, and 2 in 5 of the retired officers, made public posts or comments that met that threshold — typically by displaying bias, applauding violence, scoffing at due process, or using dehumanizing language. The officers mocked Mexicans, women, and black people, celebrated the Confederate flag, and showed a man wearing a kaffiyeh scarf in the crosshairs of a gun.

“Just another savage that needs to be exterminated,” wrote Booker Smith Jr., a Dallas police sergeant, about a homicide at a Dollar General store.
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And in St. Louis, Officer Thomas Mabrey shared a false news report that distorted an incident in which a woman police officer was shot responding to a call from a Moroccan man in Lebanon, Ohio. “F these muslem turd goat humpers,” he wrote, one of numerous anti-Muslim posts.
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In Philadelphia, which has roughly 6,600 officers, the Plain View Project identified 1,073 on Facebook, about a third of whom had made troubling posts or comments.

The Plain View Project shared its research with Injustice Watch, a Chicago-based nonprofit newsroom, which discovered many officers who made offensive posts were also accused of brutality or civil rights violations. Of 328 officers in Philadelphia who posted troubling content, more than a third — 139 officers — appeared to have had one or more federal civil rights lawsuits filed against them, based on name, badge number, and other corroborating details. Of that group, a hundred ended in settlements or verdicts against them or the city.
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Philadelphia Officer Christian Fenico, who appears on Facebook under the name Chris Joseph and posted the “should have shot him” comment in September 2013, has twice been accused of excessive and unprovoked force. In both cases, men claimed that he choked them. Both lawsuits ended in payments by the city to settle the claims.
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In a post about refugees, he wrote, “Let them starve to death. I hate every last one of them.”

The city paid $110,000 to settle a case brought by a man who said Fenico came to his home responding to a call and then beat him, breaking his nose, and choking him to unconsciousness even after his partner tried to pull him away, saying, “that’s enough,” the lawsuit said.

Another man’s lawsuit described the trouble that ensued after the family called police to report that a driver had hit a family member’s car and then attempted to flee. Fenico, one of the officers who responded to the call, ended up in an argument during which Fenico pointed his gun at the man, threatened to shoot him, and punched and choked him until he lost consciousness, according to the lawsuit. The man received $5,000.

Also in Philadelphia, Officer Robert Oakes appeared to belittle domestic abuse, writing, “Oh baby, oh baby, PLEAsE DONT!!!!! stop!!!!! resisting!!!!!” and “no means yes!!!!! They just don’t know it….”
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The offensive posts were not just by the rank and file. At least 64 of the Philadelphia officers have leadership roles, serving as corporals, sergeants, lieutenants, captains, or inspectors, according to an employment roster from January.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RkW637-yZJM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lb1E6Uu79ko

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www.foxnews.com/us/utah-officer-who-pulled-gun-on-black-child-sparks-protests

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WOODS CROSS, Utah – Activists are planning to protest at a police agency in northern Utah after learning an officer who pulled his gun on a 10-year-old child will continue to work.

Black Lives Matter in Utah founder Lex Scott said Thursday they will hold a protest Friday night to demand the officer be fired.

Woods Cross Police Chief Chad Soffe said Monday he is not looking to terminate the unidentified officer.

Jerri Hrubes, who is black, said a white Woods Cross police officer pulled his gun on her son while he was playing outside on June 6.

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Tanakh fan:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0c-arO79hjo

So this is what "Straight Pride" looks like.....

As for putting rapists and adulterers to death, can we take this to mean he wants to volunteer to assassinate Trump? (We all know the answer to that one.)

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJ0ikcFp104

Also, their bad attitudes do not change after they leave the police force:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cLSKOCs0TrM

Worse, they are not arrested by the current police for such obvious crimes!

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cpepSMgRYzw

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vx6MRgDn8ts

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Victim: "Can you tell me why I'm being arrested?"

Racist: "Because I feel like arresting you."

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newsmaven.io/pinacnews/cops-gone-rogue/nypd-arrests-tow-truck-driver-on-felonies-for-daring-to-repossess-a-cop-s-car-IMWHm5ALE0KuJMRszMHVhg/

Nobody likes seeing their car getting towed but usually there's nothing you can do about it unless you're a New York City police officer and can do what the hell you want.

In this case, the tow truck driver ended up in jail for 20 hours on a felony charge of possession of stolen property after trying to repossess a Nissan Maxima from an NYPD officer who had missed three payments.

Tow truck driver Jose Rodriguez was also unable to work for two weeks because the cops refused to remove a boot they had placed on it when arresting him.

The cop whose car was getting repossessed called his cop buddies who showed up after Rodriguez had already lifted the car onto his truck. They surrounded him and handcuffed him, then they removed the car from the truck and drove it away while taking him to jail.

But by the sounds of it, they were the ones who were stealing the car because it had already been repossessed by the bank but they are protected by Blue Privilege.
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The felony charge of possession of stolen property against Rodriguez was reduced to a misdemeanor charges of falsifying documents and possession of police scanners, allegations he denies.

But the NYPD still has not returned his phone, laptop, iPad and cameras, including one that snapped a photo of a cop tampering with it, sending it to his cloud posted below.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-Zx6UcaBkY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1K-7SS0-Lhc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9eWry0r4DQ

And when all else fails, there is always this technique:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQE_XL78z_M

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www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/jul/16/eric-garner-death-new-york-no-charges

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Federal prosecutors will not charge the New York police officer implicated in the chokehold death of Eric Garner, an African American man killed almost five years ago.

The decision announced by the US attorney Richard Donoghue on Tuesday was another blow to the Garner family, figureheads in the Black Lives Matter movement, who have campaigned to hold the NYPD accountable. US justice department sources said the final call on the non-indictment was made by the attorney general, William Barr.

Garner’s death, on 17 July 2014, became a focal point for national conversation on race and policing. Garner’s last words, “I can’t breathe”, were chanted by protesters across the US.

On Tuesday, Garner’s mother, Gwen Carr, said: “Five years ago my son said ‘I can’t breathe’ 11 times. Today we can’t breathe because they [the federal government] have let us down.”

The arrest was captured on cellphone video which showed Garner repeating the phrase 11 times as Officer Daniel Pantaleo pulled him to the ground in what has been described as a banned chokehold.
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The most severe punishment the officer faces is losing his job. Under New York privacy laws the decision, which will be made by the NYPD commissioner, James O’Neill, does not have to be announced.

Pantaleo has remained employed since Garner’s death, working desk duty and earning a salary of more than $100,000.

Speaking to the Guardian during Pantaleo’s administrative trial, Garner’s mother Gwen Carr expressed exasperation.

“There is no justice at all for Eric,” she said. “The harshest punishment is firing. They murdered him and if there was going to be justice, it would have been at the point when he said ‘I can’t breathe’.”

Of course there is no justice. You are talking to Western civilization!

So, Carr, are you willing to apply your Second Amendment?

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e4l5w5_9ook

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I just had a thought: considering the police suicide rate,

www.huffpost.com/entry/for-third-straight-year-police-suicides-outnumber-line-of-duty-deaths_n_5c2d110de4b05c88b70542fa

How many of these suicides were out of disgust for the system of which they were a part? How many could have taken out one bad cop with them and didn't?

EDIT: Found one:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christopher_Dorner_shootings_and_manhunt

GOOD COPS KILL BAD COPS

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news.yahoo.com/lousiana-police-officer-suggests-alexandria-ocasio-cortez-be-shot-in-facebook-post-211453434.html

Where are the leftist police officers calling for rightist politicians to be shot?

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cEkz_0NkowU

The algorithm of Western civilized behaviour:

1: *punch*
2: "Stop resisting!"
3: Is victim resisting? (Y/N)
4: If Y, go to 1
5: If N, go to 1


This is what they did to us continuously for 500 years during the colonial era (while claiming to be "civilizing" us).

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Rkctxo_LQI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HV340Z4d7Y

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yA9Xg8dw9Z4

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www.thedailybeast.com/white-officer-demoted-for-posting-racist-videos-mocking-black-woman-walking-home

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A young, black woman walked home in the bitter cold on Tuesday night while a white Detroit police officer openly mocked her on social media, with Snapchat videos captioned “walk of shame” and “bye felicia.”

Officer Gary Steele reportedly pulled over Ariel Moore, 24, for having expired license-plate tabs. Her vehicle was towed, and so she walked the rest of the way home in the below-freezing weather.

Steele, meanwhile, drove alongside Moore, posting videos to his Snapchat with racial taunts like “What black girl magic looks like,” and “celebrating Black History Month.”

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We passed the point of acceptable tolerability long ago. Truly dutiful citizens would have started shooting well before now:

news.yahoo.com/fbi-agents-reluctant-pursue-white-103543457.html

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FBI agents are hesitant to investigate white nationalist extremists because they don't want to be seen as pursuing investigations against President Donald Trump's base, a former FBI counterterrorism agent told The Washington Post.
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"There's some reluctance among agents to bring forth an investigation that targets what the president perceives as his base," Gomez said. "It's a no-win situation for the FBI agent or supervisor."

He said that Trump's repeated criticism of the FBI and its investigation into Russian election interference and collusion were likely factors as well.

If nothing is done, WNs will eventually become as immune to state justice as Jews already are.

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We already know!

www.cbsnews.com/news/st-louis-sergeant-there-are-white-supremacists-on-the-police-force/

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"Do you think that there are white supremacists on the police force?" asked CBS News correspondent Jeff Pegues.

"Yes" said Heather Taylor, an almost 19-year veteran on the St. Louis Metro police force.

"You didn't even pause," Pegues said.

"Have you seen some of the Facebook posts of some of our suspended officers right now?"

Duh!

SLMPD told CBS News in a survey that implicit bias training has been mandatory for officers once a year since October of 2014, two months after Michael Brown's death. But Taylor said that the training was optional, and that it's "pretty obvious" that it hasn't worked.

If it worked do you think we would get stories like the following?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RlGQ4MSvflE

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www.laprogressive.com/galveston-police-put-black-man-on-a-leash/

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In the image above, Donald Neely can be seen walking with his hands behind his back. The leash is clearly shown and appears to be held on one end by a Galveston Police Officer who is on horseback. The Galveston Police Department does not deny the accuracy of the photograph, instead, they attempt to deny that Mr. Neely was being led by a leash.. The Galveston Police Department issued a press release that characterizes what is seen in the image as a “a line”, instead of a leash

The victim was arrested for trespassing. Would they have done the same to a "white" trespasser? I think we all know the answer.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YSapA91SLoQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4zcE7B0Y4Q

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WfV_zWLERQ

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www.wmcactionnews5.com/2019/08/15/white-sheriffs-text-lawmaker-worse-than-black-person/

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TUPELO, Miss. (AP) - A Mississippi sheriff said in a text message to another white elected official that a Hispanic state lawmaker is "worse than a black person."

The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal used a public records request to obtain Lee County Sheriff Jim Johnson's messages.

The newspaper reports Johnson exchanged messages in 2017 with Lee County Supervisor Phil Morgan about building a new jail. Both men complained about state Rep. Shane Aguirre (ah-GARE-ee). A screenshot of the exchange shows Johnson wrote: "He's worse than a black person, your not going to please him."

Ethnic stereotypes based on the Western hierarchical model are alive and well.
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Re: Police rightist bias
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OLD CONTENT contd.

We cover a lot about how "non-whites" are often subjected to severe negative discrimination by law enforcement, but the other side of the same phenomenon is how "whites" receive positive discrimination so routinely that they become accustomed to expecting it, and hence push for even more unreasonable favours, thereby shifting the standard ever further right.

www.foxnews.com/world/scott-hapgood-anguilla-hotel-worker-life-in-danger

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The attorney of an American man facing manslaughter charges in the death of a resort worker in Anguilla says prosecutors are knowingly putting her client's life in danger by demanding he show up in person to every procedural hearing despite credible threats against him.

This level of hubris easily rivals that of Jews.

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UBS trader Scott Hapgood, 44, was charged in the April death of Kenny Mitchel, 27. Hapgood claims self-defense but some on the Caribbean island believe he did it on purpose and were outraged when he was allowed to leave on a $74,000 bond. They believe he has gotten preferential treatment because he is a wealthy, white Westerner.

They would be correct. But if they think Hapgood would be grateful for the preferential treatment, they would be mistaken.

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"It is cruel and unreasonable justice to drag someone into the jurisdiction, to put them in harm's way, simply because there's a power to do so," she said during a press conference Tuesday. "On the one hand, you say there are credible security threats and on the other hand require him to appear in person not one but three times in one week. Why?"

BECAUSE HE KILLED A HOTEL WORKER FFS!

www.foxnews.com/world/connecticut-scott-hapgood-anguilla-hotel-worker-trial

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"It's certainly the most terrifying thing I've ever experienced," Hapgood said. "Not just the attack but the way I was treated on the island, the time I spent in jail, the threats since, the frustration with dealing with the local judicial process and the local government."

What do you expect to be dealing with if not the local judicial process and the local government?

What this shows is that the colonialist mentality never went away. "Whites" do not believe that "non-whites" should be able to put "whites" on trial in the first place, under any circumstances (but of course "whites" can put "non-whites" on trial any time "whites" want). During the colonial era this was how it worked, and this is how they believe it should continue to work for all time. (It is also taught in the Talmud that Jews is not responsible for crimes done to non-Jews, but non-Jews are responsible for crimes done to Jews.) Worse, many formerly colonized people also believe this, which is why the preferential treatment is given. And the two complemetary mentalities - colonialist and colonized - keep mutually reinforcing each other in a twisted feedback loop. The more hubris the "white" displays, the more deference the "non-white" presumes is appropriate, and it looks more and more like we are still living in the colonial era. This is what we are here to end.

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Please compare this incident to that in the immediately preceding post:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M863PsOURcs

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www.thedailybeast.com/quit-fking-with-me-boy-florida-deputy-under-investigation-after-grabbing-black-dads-neck-in-video

A Florida deputy is at the center of an internal affairs investigation after 2017 body-camera footage showed him calling a black father “boy” and grabbing him by the neck during an expletive-filled encounter.

The Broward Sheriff’s Office announced the internal investigation into Deputy James Cady, who reportedly has a history of making false arrests
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The July 2017 video, which was recorded by Cady’s body camera outside a Dania Beach hotel, begins with the officer asking Allen Floyd, a black man calmly holding his infant son, if he has a “separate” room at the Red Carpet Inn and demanding to see his identification.

“For what,” Floyd, who is seated on the sidewalk, asks the officer before showing Cady pictures on his phone to prove he is the infant’s father. “I’m not going to show you my ID.”

“Quit **** with me, boy!” Cady can be heard saying in the video after threatening to call child protective services on Floyd. “I’m going to **** you up.”

In the January letter, the public defender said, “Cady’s use of the term ‘boy’ is offensive, condescending and demeaning. It carries racial connotations when used while addressing an adult black male.”
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In the video, Floyd, in a move Finkelstein described as an attempt to “de-escalate” the situation, tells the deputy his name and says he can “look [him] up.”

“If you lie to me one time, I’m taking your ass to jail,” Cady replies. “You understand me?”

Floyd then questions why Cady is “yelling” at him, and asks the deputy to stop calling him “boy.” As the father begins to walk away, Cady grabs him by the right arm.

“The officer then grabs him by his neck while he’s holding a 9-month-old child in his hands, and pushes him against the car, and at no point in time does Mr. Floyd respond in an aggressive manner,” Gordon Weekes, executive chief of Broward Public Defender’s Office, said in a statement.
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This is not the first time Cady has been under fire. The Miami Herald reported that Cady’s personnel file includes at least two previous Internal Affairs investigations, including for conduct unbecoming of an employee and use of force in 2003. At the conclusion of both cases, a one-day suspension was recommended.

“He was found liable for tasering, tackling and beating an individual in 2009,”

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www.huffpost.com/entry/orlando-officer-arrested-children_n_5d88b1e1e4b070d468d020d4

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A police officer in Florida is under investigation after arresting two children, ages 6 and 8, at an elementary school last week on unrelated charges, officials said.

The Orlando Police Department suspended Dennis Turner pending the outcome of an internal investigation into the officer’s actions Thursday at Lucious & Emma Nixon Academy Charter School.

Turner was working as a school resource officer at the charter school, which serves grades K-5, when he arrested the two students without first obtaining a supervisor’s approval, Orlando Police Chief Orlando Rolón said in a statement.

Department policy requires an officer to obtain a supervisor’s permission before arresting children under the age of 12.
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Kirkland told local CBS affiliate WKMG-TV that she was shocked and horrified when she was notified of her granddaughter’s arrest Thursday. She said Kaia was handcuffed, put into the back of a police car and charged with battery after she threw a tantrum in class and kicked a school staffer.

“She has a medical condition that we’re working on getting resolved,” Kirkland said she told Turner. “So he says, ‘What medical condition?’ So I said ... ‘She has a sleep disorder, sleep apnea.’ He says, ‘Well, I have sleep apnea and I don’t behave like that.’”

Compulsory schooling is the initiated violence. The child kicking the staffer is retaliatory violence.

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Turner, a veteran of the Orlando Police Department, was charged with aggravated child abuse in 1998 after officials found welts and bruises on his 7-year-old son, The Orlando Sentinel reported. He was suspended at the time pending the outcome of an internal investigation.

The police department did not immediately respond to HuffPost’s request for comment about the results of that investigation.

Turner has a history of performance issues, including a 1996 citation for “substandard performance” after he lost a suspect’s wallet and an excessive force complaint for stunning a man five times with a Taser in 2016, according to the Sentinel.

If he had been executed decades ago, his more recent victims could have been spared. But he was not.

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We are not even safe inside our own homes any more:

www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2019/09/23/amber-guyger-trial-dallas-police-botham-jean/2424278001/

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The former Dallas police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man in his apartment was distracted by a phone call with a lover, a prosecutor said Monday.

Attorneys for Amber Guyger, who is white, said she tried to defend herself after mistaking the apartment for her own and thinking Botham Jean was a burglar.

The accountant from St. Lucia never posed a threat to Guyger, said Dallas County Assistant District Attorney Jason Hermus, and he was eating a bowl of ice cream in his living room when she entered on Sept. 6, 2018.

Hemus told jurors Guyger missed signs she was on the wrong floor in the apartment complex, suggesting she was upset after a phone call she had minutes before the shooting. Guyger had spoken with a co-worker whom she had a sexual relationship with, Hemus said.

Would she have done the same if Jean had been "white"? We all know the answer.

www.wfaa.com/article/news/special-reports/botham-jean/racist-and-violent-messages-social-media-posts-shown-during-sentencing-phase-of-amber-guyger-trial/287-c1afb7ab-255c-444f-ac25-e3ba14b2f337

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The first text message thread presented to the jury was from Jan. 15, 2018 during the Martin Luther King Jr. parade in Dallas.

"When does this end lol," read a text to Guyger.

"When MLK is dead… oh wait…” she responded.

“Just push them… or spray your pepper spray in that general area,” she said in a text while discussing the crowd at the parade.
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In another text exchange, from Sept. 4, 2018, someone texted Guyger that she should adopt a German Shepherd.

“Although she may be racist,” the dog’s owner messaged Guyger.

“It’s okay.. I’m the same,” Guyger responded.

It gets worse:

news.yahoo.com/andrew-gillum-calls-castle-doctrine-140747804.html

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Andrew Gillum said Tuesday on Twitter that a decision by Judge Tammy Kemp to permit the use of the “Castle Doctrine” defense in the murder trial of former cop Amber Guyger was “plain racist.”

Gillum, the former Democratic mayor of Tallahasee, retweeted a CNN tweet explaining the Castle Doctrine and claimed the decision stemmed from racism.

“So you can break into someone else’s home (b/c you were distracted by **** from your boyfriend), pull a weapon, shoot and kill the home owner, and claim Castle doctrine in SOMEBODY ELSE’s HOUSE?!?! Perversion of the law? How about just plain racist. SMDH,” the tweet reads.
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Judge Tammy Kemp announced Monday that the jury would be allowed to apply the Castle Doctrine in a final verdict on the case, as the defense has argued “a mistake of fact,” meaning Guyger erroneously believed she was defending her own home from an intruder.

They should just spare the sugarcoating and call it Manifest Destiny Doctrine.

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That story gets even worse. Not even witnesses are safe.

rollingout.com/2019/02/01/woman-who-filmed-shooting-of-botham-jean-fired-from-job-in-retaliation-video/

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The witness has been identified only as Bunny and has stated that she recorded Guyger on her cellphone after hearing the fatal shots and Botham asking Guyger why did you shoot me. That video was seized by prosecutors and has not been seen by the public. In addition, she was placed under a gag order by the prosecution and cannot discuss the details of the video in public. Despite the fact she was only a witness to the shooting, she has received death threats and now she says she has been fired from her job.

According to her, people began contacting the pharmaceutical company where she worked claiming that she was a radical, anti-police and a Black extremist. As a result, she claims the company did not want the publicity and fired her as well as revoking the credentials of her profession.

I guess the lesson here is that if you film a White on non-White crime, post it ASAP before they can seize the footage. Also If that poor girl gets doxed, it should lead us to the identity of the company that fired her. If they only wanted to avoid bad publicity, they wouldn't have revoked her credentials.

Also, the supplication of the judge and others in that courtroom was just sickening:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxYAJuJCdS4

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Worse still:

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7542117/Botham-Jeans-neighbor-delivered-testimony-Amber-Guyger-murder-trial-shot-dead.html

Neighbor of Botham Jean who testified against Amber Guyger during her murder trial is shot dead in Texas two DAYS after the ex-cop was sentenced to 10 years for killing the accountant
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Joshua Brown, 28, was gunned down outside an apartment complex in the city's Medical District around 10.30 pm on Friday.

He was rushed to nearby Parkland Memorial Hospital, where he died from his injuries.

Witnesses say they heard several gunshots and saw a silver sedan speeding out of the apartment complex's parking lot shortly after.

Police have not apprehended or publicly identified a suspect in the fatal shooting, according to Dallas Morning News.
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The timing of the Brown's death - just two days after Guyger was sentenced to 10 years in prison - has led some to speculate that it could be connected to the case.

'I just watched his testimony on Friday. I do not believe this is a coincidence,' one person wrote on Facebook.

Guyger and everyone who defended her in court deserve to be shot in retaliation.

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More Manifest Destiny Doctrine:

www.huffpost.com/entry/ismael-lopez-mississippi-police-no-constitutional-rights_n_5d91b4cee4b0e9e7604f44b9

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Cops At Wrong House Kill Undocumented Man, City Claims He Had No Constitutional Rights
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While searching for a domestic violence suspect in the summer of 2017, police in Southaven, Mississippi, visited the wrong home and shot dead an innocent man. But according to the city, 41-year-old Ismael Lopez wasn’t protected by the U.S. Constitution at the time of his slaying because he was an undocumented immigrant.

Speaking to reporters last week, Murray Wells, an attorney representing Lopez’s family, lambasted the city’s argument as both “chilling” and “insane,” The Washington Post reported.

“In an address to a federal judge in an open pleading in court, the city of Southaven has announced that it is their policy that if you are an undocumented resident of that city, you have no constitutional protections,” Wells said at a Thursday press conference, per CNN. “Meaning that storm troopers can come into your house and kill you without regard to any constitutional results or repercussions whatsoever.”
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As The Washington Post noted, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled on multiple occasions that people on U.S. soil are guaranteed certain basic rights, no matter their immigration status.

And the result? Rightists do not care what judges say. Rightists will not start caring until their victims are shooting back at them.

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www.nytimes.com/2019/10/01/nyregion/nj-police-chief-trump.html

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A former police chief in New Jersey who is on trial on a federal hate-crime charge after he allegedly slammed a black teenager’s head into a doorjamb, once called President Trump “the last hope for white people,” according to a recording recently played for jurors.

In the 2016 recording, which federal officials shared with The New York Times, Frank Nucera Jr., the former chief, can be heard saying that Mr. Trump was the last hope because “Hillary will give it to all the minorities to get a vote. That’s the truth! I’m telling you.”
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In 2015, Mr. Nucera had told a colleague that African-Americans were “like ISIS, they have no value,” according to a criminal complaint filed in Federal District Court in New Jersey. “They should line them all up and mow ’em down,” he said, according to the complaint.
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As a result of the episode, Mr. Nucera, 62, resigned in 2017 from the Police Department in Bordentown, a township about 60 miles southwest of New York City. Aside from the hate crime charge, Mr. Nucera is charged with depriving a suspect’s rights and making false statements to the F.B.I., according to the criminal complaint.

Looks like just another Turner Diaries fan to me.

So if this is what the police chief is like, imagine how much racism (that we might never even hear about) his subordinates have been getting away with over the years.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iiUkbE_ktHs

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news.yahoo.com/ex-officer-sentenced-fatal-shooting-042541095.html

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Robert "Chip" Olsen was responding to a call of a naked man behaving erratically at an Atlanta-area apartment complex in March 2015 when he killed 26-year-old Anthony Hill, a black Air Force veteran who'd been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and PTSD.

Olsen, who is white, was convicted of one count of aggravated assault, two counts of violating his oath of office and one count of making a false statement. Jurors acquitted him on two counts of felony murder.

Since the victim this time was naked, even the frequent lazy excuse (trotted out whenever the victim is "non-white") that "He looked like he could have been carrying a concealed weapon!" no longer applies. In other words, shooting them was never really about concealed weapons, even in the other cases.

And they will keep doing it until they can count on actual return fire.

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news.yahoo.com/black-man-put-handcuffs-police-170516695.html

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A black man was put in handcuffs after a police officer stopped him on a train platform because he was eating
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BART police said that Steve Foster, of Concord, broke state law by eating on the platform at the Pleasant Hill Station in Walnut Creek on November 4, KTVU reported.
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In the clip, a BART police officer, identified as D. McCormick, can be seen holding on to Foster's backpack before calling for backup and escorting him off the platform. McCormick told Foster he was being detained for resisting arrest.

Foster's girlfriend can be heard questioning the officer's decision and telling him that signs in the area say food is prohibited on the BART trains, not on the platforms.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11jrByA6m0c

Even if you have no arms or legs, if you are "non-white", you are viewed as dangerous.

For obvious reasons I cannot advise the first victim to carry a firearm. But the second victim should have carried a firearm and opened fire immediately (instead of just filming) when he saw what was happening to the first victim.
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Re: Police rightist bias
« Reply #3 on: July 04, 2020, 01:05:07 am »
OLD CONTENT contd.

Meanwhile, another walks:

www.news4jax.com/news/georgia/jury-finds-ex-kingsland-officer-not-guilty-of-manslaughter-in-killing-of-black-motorist

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WOODBINE, Ga. - A former Georgia police officer who fatally shot a fleeing, unarmed black man was acquitted Saturday of voluntary manslaughter and involuntary manslaughter charges.
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"My son was murdered," Anderson said. "The man that murdered my son gets to go home to his sons ... and can only possibly serve 1 to 5 (years) for murder. This ought to serve notice to a lot of our young black men and black men, period, that you can run up and down the football field, you can run on down the courts, you can hit baseballs, you can do it. But at the end of the day, when I see you, they see a black man."

Pastor Mack De’Von Knight, whose church Green attended, denounced the acquittals outside the courthouse, saying the evidence was “open and shut.”

“He admitted that he killed Tony Green in cold blood,” Knight said. “To me, it’s hunting season for the young black man and we’re being gunned down in the streets and there’s no repercussions, there’s no consequences for these officers.”

There can be consequences. All it requires is for you to pick up a firearm. Will you?

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www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/article-montreal-police-have-deep-problem-with-systemic-discrimination/

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The Montreal police force engages in systemic racial profiling that targets Arab, black and Indigenous people, a report by independent academics and commissioned by the city has found.

The standout finding in the report, released on Monday, is that Indigenous women are 11 times more likely than white women to be stopped by Montreal police. Overall, black people are four times more likely to be stopped than a white person, while Indigenous people over all are 4.61 times more likely. Police were twice as likely to stop an Arab person than a white person.

Even the release of the report itself produced an ugly incident of alleged racist exclusion. Montreal police officers blocked Abdelhaq Sari, a city councillor and vice-chair of the board that supervises the police, from attending the event.
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In 2018, an Ontario Human Rights Commission report found police were far more likely to kill and injure black people than white people.
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“All the way through these years, the Montreal police have taken no measures to reduce the number of people profiled. The opposite happened. This surprises me and worries me a lot.”

The report by sociologists Victor Armory and Mariam Hassaoui and criminologist Massimiliano Mulone found police stops increased 143 per cent from 2014 to 2017, even though the level of crime in the city remained constant. Indigenous people and Arabs were particularly targeted by the increase.

And some people think Canada is leftist.....

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news.yahoo.com/questions-intensify-texas-officer-kills-120647544.html

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FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — A white Fort Worth police officer who shot and killed a black woman through a back window of her home while responding to a call about an open front door was charged with murder on Monday after resigning from the force.

Aaron Dean, 34, was jailed Monday evening on $200,000 bond after the police chief said he acted without justification would have been fired if he hadn't quit.

Police bodycam video showed Dean approaching the door of the home where Atatiana Jefferson, 28, was caring for her 8-year-old nephew early Saturday. He then walked around the side of the house, pushed through a gate into the fenced-off backyard and fired through the glass a split-second after shouting at Jefferson to show her hands.

Dean was not heard identifying himself as police on the video, and Interim Police Chief Ed Kraus said there was no sign Dean or the other officer who responded even knocked on the front door.
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Police went to Jefferson's home about 2:25 a.m. after a neighbor called a non-emergency line to report a door ajar. In a statement over the weekend, the department said officers saw someone near a window inside the home and that one of them drew his gun and fired after "perceiving a threat."

The video showed Dean shouting, "Put your hands up! Show me your hands!" and immediately firing.

Jefferson was staying up late, playing video games with her nephew, when she was killed, according to the family's attorney.
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Of the nine officer-involved shootings so far this year in Fort Worth, five targeted African Americans and six resulted in death, according to department data.

Nearly two-thirds of the department's 1,100 officers are white, just over 20% are Hispanic, and about 10% are black. The city of nearly 900,000 people is about 40% white, 35% Hispanic and 19% black.

Maybe he did it because he thought there was a good chance he could get away with it, as so many others have.

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news.yahoo.com/chief-officers-proud-boys-membership-200748878.html

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A Connecticut police officer's membership in the Proud Boys, a far-right group known for engaging in violent clashes at political rallies, didn't violate department policies, the town's police chief has concluded in response to a civil rights group's concerns.

The East Hampton officer, Kevin P. Wilcox, "stopped his association" with the Proud Boys in February, about five months before the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law inquired about his social media connections with other group members, Police Chief Dennis Woessner said.

In a letter to the Washington-based civil rights group, the police chief acknowledged that Wilcox had been a Proud Boys member and made online payments to a group leader. The rights group described those publicly visible, online transactions as monthly dues that helped fund the Proud Boys' "violent or otherwise illegal" activities.

But the chief said he reviewed the matter, received an "explanatory report" from Wilcox and closed the department's inquiry as being "unfounded," with no evidence to support a policy violation.
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Kristen Clarke, the civil rights group's president and executive director, said she was "astounded" by the police chief's refusal to take action against the officer.

"In an era where we are seeing a spike in white supremacist activity, this should sound an alarm. It should not be business as usual," Clarke said during an interview Tuesday.

Being astounded does not solve the problem. Solving problems to which the state turns a blind eye requires being willing to use a firearm (which is the reason why the Second Amendment allowed firearm ownership in the first place).

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qz.com/1724590/colorism-influences-probability-of-going-to-jail-new-study-finds/

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The average rate of imprisonment of African Americans in state prisons is more than 5 times (pdf, p.5) that of white people. In some states (Iowa, Minnesota, New Jersey, Vermont, and Wisconsin), there are 10 times the number of black people in prison compared to white people.

Now, a new study breaks down this problem of prejudice in the American judicial system in even more disturbing detail. According to the study, it isn’t just being black that makes a person more likely to be sentenced to jail in the US, it’s how black they are. A person’s lifetime chance of having been arrested, the study found, is directly proportional with the darkness of their skin.
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“Put bluntly, while being black (and poor) may already predispose one to have a higher probability of contact with the criminal justice system and harsher treatment…being perceived as blacker intensifies this contact further and may increase the harshness of one’s treatment by the [criminal justice system] as an institution,” Monk writes in the study.

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news.yahoo.com/indiana-officer-fired-suspicious-black-profiling-115229905.html

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Lawrence Township Deputy Constable Daryl Jones approached cousins Aaron Blackwell and Durell Cunningham as they were driving out of the parking lot of a Nordstrom Rack store, as seen in a clip posted to YouTube by Blackwell last week.
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The two men began filming the Nov. 12 incident as their vehicle approached Jones, who they said watched them make their purchases inside the store and then followed them outside. In the video, Jones approaches the car, and demands to see the driver’s license. When the men questioned why they were being asked for ID, Jones replied: “Because I told you to.”

As the exchange became heated, the men insisted that Jones call his supervisor, while he repeatedly demanded to see their ID.

“I got my rights to do anything I want to do, I’m a police officer,” he said. When asked what reason he had for asking, Jones said that they had been acting “suspicious.”

After Jones called for backup, an Indianapolis police officer arrived and spoke with Jones near the car. After a short conversation, Jones told the men they were free to go, but refused to give his name and walked away. The Indianapolis officer told the men he didn’t know Jones, but that he saw no reason why they had been stopped, and that Jones was required to identify himself.

Jones was reportedly off duty at the time and had been working security at Nordstrom Rack.

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It was going to happen eventually:

news.yahoo.com/white-officer-shoots-black-colleague-131113382.html

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On the night Green was shot, he said, he did what he thought he had to: He sprang into action when he saw an armed man on the run. As he confronted the suspect, though, he heard someone order him to drop his weapon. Green tossed down his gun and belly-flopped onto the grass. A white detective recognized him a few moments later and warned the others that Green was a police officer, too.

Green got up and ambled toward the detective who knew him, his gun pointed down in his right hand. He held out his badge so there would be no confusion. He had grown up on the city’s North Side and had been stopped plenty of times by police for no good reason before he had gotten his badge, he said.

He took a few steps and then again heard a voice yell for him to drop his weapon, followed almost immediately, he said, by a gunshot. He clutched his right forearm and looked over at the white officer who had shot him.
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“Me being black with a gun, you never gave me the chance,” Green said of Tanner. “You wouldn’t have walked up to a white guy and just shot him like that.”
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Opinions in the department have been split over an encounter that happened a few months after Green was shot: A black officer working undercover at a protest was beaten by white officers so badly that the injured officer told a commander, using an expletive, that they beat him “like Rodney King.”

That officer, Luther Hall, had been monitoring a demonstration held in downtown St. Louis to protest the acquittal of a white officer who had fatally shot a black resident. While Hall’s face was bloodied, his partner, who was white, was not beaten, according to a lawsuit.
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The department is investigating nearly two dozen officers for a series of incendiary Facebook posts, some of them racist and bigoted, uncovered by the Plain View Project.

One of those officers was Michael J. Calcaterra. One meme he posted in 2013 said, “Britain should not bend over backwards to accommodate Islam.” Another one shows a white officer throwing a punch and says “I’m going to protect and serve,” adding an expletive.

In July, after the posts had been made public, Leviya Graham, a black officer, filed a complaint with the department. She asked officials to transfer Calcaterra, who is white, out of her unit because she had concerns for her well-being and safety.

Three months after filing her complaint, Graham accused Calcaterra of striking her with a police vehicle while they were on duty. Calcaterra did not respond to a phone message.

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news.yahoo.com/got-tired-hunting-black-hispanic-165530610.html

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NEW YORK — At a police station tucked into an end-of-the-line subway terminal in South Brooklyn, the new commander instructed officers to think of white and Asian people as “soft targets” and urged them to instead go after blacks and Latinos for minor offenses like jumping the turnstile, a half-dozen officers said in sworn statements.

“You are stopping too many Russian and Chinese,” one of the officers, Daniel Perez, recalled the commander telling him earlier this decade.

Another officer, Aaron Diaz, recalled the same commander saying in 2012, “You should write more black and Hispanic people.”
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The commander, Constantin Tsachas, was in charge of more than 100 officers who patrolled a swath of the subway system in Brooklyn, his first major command. Since then, he has been promoted to the second-in-command of policing the subway system throughout Brooklyn. Along the way, more than half a dozen subordinates claim, he gave them explicit directives about whom to arrest based on race.
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Six officers said in their affidavits that Tsachas, now a deputy inspector, pressured them to enforce low-level violations against black and Hispanic people, while discouraging them from doing the same to white or Asian people.
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“The focus of black and brown people, even if other people were doing the same crime, points to what many of us have been saying for a while,” the city’s public advocate, Jumaane Williams, said. “The same actions lead to different results, unfortunately, depending on where you live and an overlay of what you look like.”
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“Tsachas would get angry if you tried to patrol subway stations in predominantly white or Asian neighborhoods” LaForce said in his affidavit. He added that the commander would redirect officers to stations in neighborhoods with larger black and Hispanic populations.

Diaz, who retired from the Police Department last year, described in his affidavit how on one occasion Tsachas seemed irritated at him for having stopped several Asian people for fare evasion and told him he should be issuing tickets to “more black and Hispanic people.”
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Other officers described similar experiences. Some of the officers claimed in affidavits that Tsachas urged his officers to come up with reasons to stop black men, especially those with tattoos, and check them for warrants.
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The allegations in the affidavits were bolstered by a police union official, Corey Grable, who gave a deposition in June in the same lawsuit that recounted his interactions with Tsachas. He recalled Tsachas had once complained about a subordinate who Tsachas said seemed to go for “soft targets.”

Unsure what that meant, Grable asked if the officer was ticketing old ladies for minor offenses? Tsachas responded: “No, Asian.”

Grable, who is black, asked, “Would you have been more comfortable if these guys were black or Hispanic?”

“Yes,” Tsachas replied, according to Grable’s recollection.
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Raymond said he believed Tsachas should not have been promoted. “It’s a spit in the face of communities of color that this man is given more power after being exposed as a bigot,” he said.

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www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/dec/17/muslim-woman-forced-remove-hijab-mugshot-minnesota

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Al-Kadi, 57, said her treatment at the Ramsey county jail in August 2013 was “one of the most humiliating and harmful experiences” of her life.

“I knew that I did not want any other Muslim woman to experience what I did,” she said.

A judge had issued a warrant for Al-Kadi’s arrest after she missed a court hearing over a traffic offense while taking her daughter to the hospital, the Star Tribune reported.

In her lawsuit, Al-Kadi argued that the county violated her constitutional rights and discriminated against her for her religious beliefs.

Al-Kadi was born and raised in Ohio. She moved to Minnesota in 2005 so her daughter could receive specialized medical care.

When Al-Kadi turned herself in, she said, she was told to remove her hijab and abaya, a long dress that covered her body, in front of male jailers. When she objected, she said, she was removed from the area and taken to a holding cell, where she removed her hijab in front of a male jailer.

She said she agreed to remove her headscarf for her booking photo after being told that the photo would never be released to the public. But months later, she found it on a third-party website that charges users to take down the photos.

After taking the photo, officers gave her a bedsheet to use as a hijab. Al-Kadi eventually was told to remove her abaya and change into a jail uniform, while two female officers watched her. Ramsey county policy says that misdemeanor inmates such as Al-Kadi “will not be viewed without clothing”, according to court records.
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The settlement does not require the county to admit wrongdoing.

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www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2019/04/white-terrorists-help-other-people-deny-their-prejudice/586198/

https://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/presidential-races/296342-nations-largest-police-union-endorses-trump

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www.nytimes.com/2019/12/31/nyregion/nypd-officer-jail-nashville-home.html

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Michael J. Reynolds, a New York City police officer, landed in Nashville on a Sunday morning in July 2018, court records show. He and six other men, two of whom he later identified as New York City officers, were on what was supposed to be a three-night bachelor-party junket.

About 18 hours later, Officer Reynolds, who is white, kicked in a black woman’s door in a drunken rage, threatening her and her sons with a racist slur and obscenities.

“I’ll break every bone in your neck,” he said in a rant that included two expletives. He then fled to his nearby Airbnb rental just before the police arrived.
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Officer Reynolds said he had gone into the home by mistake, thinking that it was their rental.

But Ms. Halliburton and the neighbors also testified that the officers were laughing at the same time, saying that they had “immunity” because they were law enforcement officers.

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www.al.com/news/2020/02/alabama-cop-posts-online-about-roadside-bomb-for-nancy-pelosi-other-dumbocrats.html

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Jeff Buckles, the assistant chief of the Geraldine police department, took to Facebook after Pelosi, the Democratic House leader, ripped apart a copy of President Donald Trump’s State of the Union speech on Tuesday night.

“Pelosi just ripped up his speach (sic),” Buckles wrote in the public post, which since appears to have been deleted or removed from public view. “Road Side bomb on her way home and any other Dumbocrats.”
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Buckles wasn’t at work on Thursday and will also be off Friday, Ables said. The assistant chief has not been suspended, the mayor said, rather both off days were already scheduled before Buckles made the Facebook post.

www.yahoo.com/huffpost/police-union-officers-declaring-war-nyc-mayor-042739661.html

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A police union made a threatening statement on Sunday to New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, saying that members of the New York Police Department are “declaring war” on the mayor after two officers were separately attacked in a span of 12 hours.

“Mayor DeBlasio, the members of the NYPD are declaring war on you,” read a tweet from the Sergeants Benevolent Association, which has a long history of posting inflammatory and sometimes extreme messages on Twitter. It added: “This isn’t over, Game on!”

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZ9FC8Egfgw

Are MAGA hat wearers a gang?
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OLD CONTENT contd.

www.aclu-il.org/en/press-releases/black-college-athlete-unlawfully-arrested-and-detained-frightening-roadside-incident

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Jaylan Butler, an innocent college student and the only Black member of the Eastern Illinois University swim team, was wrongfully arrested alongside an Illinois highway, held face down on the snowy ground with a gun to his forehead, and threatened by a group of police officers without justification. These facts are contained in a new lawsuit filed by Mr. Butler in federal court.

Even when police officers realized they were mistaken in arresting Jaylan, they continued to detain him before forcing him to produce an identification card. Throughout the process, officers refused to identify themselves or give him any information about his arrest that would assist him in filing a formal complaint.

“My dad taught me at a young age what to do when you are stopped by police officers – stop instantly, put your hands up, drop anything you are holding, and drop to your knees,” said Jaylan. “I hoped I would never have to use this advice in my life, but all that changed in seconds.”

On February 24, 2019, Jaylan was travelling with his swim team by bus from a college championship tournament in South Dakota. Shortly after 8:00 p.m., the bus pulled over on a frontage road off Interstate 80 near East Moline, Illinois. Jaylan and several teammates left the bus to stretch their legs. One of Jaylan’s coaches asked if he would take a photo of a roadside sign for the team’s social media account. Jaylan took the photo and began walking back to the bus.

Suddenly, several law enforcement vehicles raced up, and officers exited the cars with their guns drawn. They began yelling and swearing at Jaylan. Surprised and confused, Jaylan instantly followed his father’s advice and stopped, put his hands up, dropped his cell phone, and dropped to his knees.

Police officers swarmed around Jaylan with their firearms pointed at him, and pushed him facedown onto the snowy ground. Jaylan had no idea why the officers had appeared. While one officer handcuffed him, other officers pinned him to the ground by pushing a knee into Jaylan’s back and pressing down on Jaylan’s neck. Another officer then held his gun to Jaylan’s forehead and threatened to “blow his [expletive] head off” if he moved. The team bus driver and Jaylan’s coach were alarmed and exited the bus to tell the officers Jaylan was part of the EIU swim team.

The officers quickly realized that Jaylan was not the suspect they were looking for and had done nothing wrong, but instead of releasing him and apologizing, the officers searched his pockets and placed him – still cuffed – in the back of a police vehicle. After several more minutes, the officers released him, but only after forcing Jaylan to provide photo identification.

“What happened to Jaylan is an example of the harmful police interactions that people of color experience far too often, but which receive much less attention. These officers forcibly arrested and searched Jaylan without reasonable suspicion, probable cause, or any other lawful justification. They never told Jaylan why he was being arrested, even after they realized their mistake. Instead, it’s clear they based their decision to arrest and harm Jaylan on the fact that he was a young Black man,” said Rachel Murphy, Staff Attorney, ACLU of Illinois.

Just another day in Western civilization.....

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Yes, the victim is "non-white":

www.yahoo.com/news/body-cam-captures-6-olds-190352242.html

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ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — A police officer's body camera shows a 6-year-old Florida girl crying and begging officers not to arrest her as one fastens zip ties around her wrists at a charter school.

The video Kaia Rolle's family shared with the Orlando Sentinel and other media outlets Monday shows the girl being arrested in September for kicking and punching staff members at her Orlando charter school.

Compulsory schooling itself is the initiated violence, against which she was justly retaliating.

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“What are those for?” Kaia asks about the zip ties in the video.

“They’re for you,” Officer Dennis Turner says before another officer tightens them around her wrists and Kaia begins weeping.

Turner was fired shortly after the arrest. Orlando Police Chief Orlando Rolon said at the time that Turner didn't follow department policy of getting the approval of a watch commander to arrest someone younger than 12.

“Help me. Help me, please!” Kaia pleads through tears.

As she is being walked to the vehicle, she cries, “I don’t want to go in a police car.”

The second officer, who has not been identified, responds, “You don’t want to? ... You have to.”

“Please, give me a second chance,” Kaia says.

The video shows the officer lifting the sobbing girl into the back seat of the police vehicle and putting a seat belt around her.

A short time later, Turner returns to the office to talk to Lucious & Emma Nixon Academy administrators, who appear dismayed by what they have witnessed in the school office.

The officer tells them that the juvenile detention center where Kaia was headed is “not like you think.” Turner tells the administrators he has made 6,000 arrests, including a 7-year-old.

When school employees tell the officer that Kaia is 6, not 8 like he thought, he replies, “Now she has broken the record."

Officials have said that Turner also arrested a 6-year-old boy at another school on the same day as Kaia's arrest for misdemeanor battery in an unrelated incident. However, the boy’s arrest was halted by superiors before the child made it through the full arrest process.

State Attorney Aramis Ayala said last September that she was dismissing misdemeanor battery charges against both children.

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www.yahoo.com/news/help-outrage-over-aggressive-police-141900738.html

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A video of an aggressive police arrest of a black man in New York has sparked outrage after an apparent undercover officer refused to say what crime the man had committed.

In the video, a man claiming to be an undercover police officer stopped a member of the public near a playground in the Canarsie neighbourhood of Brooklyn at approximately 7:50pm on Wednesday night.

The black man, whose name is unknown at this time, repeatedly asked what he had done wrong as he was held against a metal fence by the officer, who appeared to be threatening him with a gun.

“What did I do? I did not do anything … can you answer my question? Look me in the eyes, I’m talking to you,” the man said.

“What crime did I commit? Tell me, what crime did I commit?”

About 90 seconds into the video, multiple officers in New York Police Department​ (NYPD) uniform ran towards the man and wrestled him to the ground.

The man, who said he was unarmed, could be heard repeatedly screaming “help me” as he was tackled and forced down by multiple officers.
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“It was all unnecessary. And the fact that the cop would not identify himself in his street clothes when using police force and would not answer him when he asked what crime he committed is a complete abuse of power.”

www.cleveland.com/metro/2020/03/cleveland-police-chief-issues-no-discipline-to-officer-accused-of-wrongdoing-in-detaining-tamir-rices-sister-after-deadly-police-shooting.html

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams issued no discipline to a supervisor accused of wrongdoing in her handling of Tamir Rice’s sister in the moments after a rookie police officer fatally shot the girl’s 12-year-old brother.

Williams dismissed the civilian complaint Monday against Sgt. Janell Rutherford, Cleveland Fraternal Order of Police President Brian Betley said.
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The civilian complaint was filed in 2015 by Tamir’s sister, Tajai Rice.

She was inside the Cudell Recreation Center at the time of the Nov. 14, 2014 shooting. Her brother was outside near the gazebo when she heard gunshots and saw her brother on the ground. Tajai Rice rushed to her brother, but was confronted by officer Frank Garmback, who drove his partner Timothy Loehmann to the scene. Loehmann shot Tamir in less than three seconds after arriving.

Tajai Rice wrote in her complaint that officers knocked her to the ground, placed her in handcuffs less than 10 feet from her dying brother and detained her in the back of a police cruiser for 64 minutes.

A grand jury declined to charge Garmback and Loehmann. Garmback was suspended 10 days for driving the car too close to Tamir, but an arbitrator later halved that punishment.
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“Samaria Rice is no longer shocked by the unwillingness of the police chief to hold anyone accountable,” Rice family attorney Subodh Chandra said in a statement. “But she is disappointed.”

Being disappointed changes nothing. Being a Second Amendment person is more effective.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otaJBK6W0fo

It will not stop until the victims understand that it can only be stopped with our own firearms.

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When the chosenites train your police, you can only expect a herder-cattle relationship to develop between what should be a guardian-citizentry relationship.

electronicintifada.net/blogs/rania-khalek/israel-trained-police-occupy-missouri-after-killing-black-youth

https://www.veteranstoday.com/2016/08/14/israelification-of-american-domestic-police-departments/

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3VKrYT0jbMo

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us.yahoo.com/gma/police-chief-orders-probe-handcuffing-black-miami-doctor-023000688--abc-news-topstories.html

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An African American doctor, who has been battling the coronavirus pandemic in his hospital and on the streets of Miami, was detained and handcuffed in front of his own home by a police sergeant as he loaded up his van with supplies he says he planned to take to the homeless.

Dr. Armen Henderson, an internal medicine physician at the University of Miami Health System, said his biggest concern about the up-close encounter was that the Miami-Dade police sergeant was not wearing a protective mask when Henderson says the sergeant got "all up in my face," Henderson told ABC News on Sunday.
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"He put me at risk," Henderson said. "No
w I feel like I should get tested, honestly. Most likely I will because he definitely was spitting in my face. I could feel it while he was yelling at me."

Henderson alleges the sergeant detained him because he is black.
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Police did not release the sergeant's name, but video footage of the encounter taken by a security camera outside Henderson's home shows the sergeant did not seem concerned about social distancing and appeared to get face-to-face with Henderson while pointing his finger at the doctor's face.

Doxxing required.

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us.yahoo.com/huffpost/rancho-cordova-police-officer-beating-14-year-old-boy-132352192.html

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Politicians, including former Democratic presidential candidates Julián Castro and Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), decried the Sacramento County deputy’s violent handling of the teenager as “sickening” and “horrific,” and demanded accountability.

The video, first posted to Twitter by a person who identified herself as the boy’s sister, shows a white officer hitting the boy, who is Black, as he attempts to detain him. The officer, who is much bigger than the teen, appears to strike the boy repeatedly with a closed fist, push his face into the ground and yank him roughly by the arm.

In a follow-up tweet, the Twitter user said the teen has “a serious heart condition that could be triggered very easily by being hit in his chest/back! He’s a kid and has never been in any kind of trouble with the law!”

Was the sister carrying a firearm, or even a knife? If not, why not? If so, why did she not use it to defend her brother? Only retaliatory violence can stop initiated violence.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bd3Cgl4NbsA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GAA2XYUPygQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FpUI0ej1_24

This is why the Second Amendment exists.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CIJkGV5wJz4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NedsnTLMyLE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1Qt2--_BIs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KBw6C6SHalE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ttm_UOojaLU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VvlFw7AcKUU

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www.yahoo.com/news/asleep-while-black-family-seeks-justice-for-breonna-taylor-killed-in-her-bedroom-by-police-210858395.html

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Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old EMT worker in Louisville, Ky., was shot in her bed after midnight on March 13 by three police officers serving a “no-knock warrant,” becoming another statistic in the long list of African-Americans killed at the hands of police. What makes the case unusual is that Taylor was a woman.

And, of course, she was asleep.

The incident is still being investigated and Taylor’s family is suing Louisville Metro Police Department Officers Myles Cosgrove and Brett Hankinson and Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly alleging wrongful death, excessive force and gross negligence. According to the suit, the police fired more than 20 rounds in the apartment. Taylor was hit eight times and pronounced dead at the scene.

The officers were looking for a drug suspect who lived 10 miles away and was already in police custody, according to the Courier-Journal.
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Politicians and journalists, including Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez and Jemele Hill, have also taken up Taylor’s cause on social media, calling for answers.

“Breonna Taylor’s family deserves justice,” Ocasio-Cortez tweeted Tuesday. “It is so dehumanizing that Breonna’s family & many others must launch public campaigns just to have victim’s lives recognized & given the dignity of due process.”

“Have any of the police been arrested or charged?” Hill tweeted. “I think you already know.”
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OLD CONTENT contd.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1VZS0H-636g

https://www.thedailybeast.com/minneapolis-black-man-dies-after-video-shows-cop-kneeling-on-his-neck

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The FBI is looking into the death of a black man after he was stopped by police in Minneapolis. Video of the confrontation shows a white officer with his knee pinning down the man's neck.

https://us.yahoo.com/news/officer-center-george-floyds-death-005400813.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hEpqXMXSuY

If Americans want true justice they cannot rely on their government. This should have been clear to the average American a long time ago.

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https://us.yahoo.com/news/benjamin-crump-african-americans-self-003823316.html

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In America, we like to believe that the rights afforded under the Constitution and by law apply equally to everyone. But several recent, high-profile cases starkly document how justice in America is apportioned in black and white.

We know that black people are more likely to be stopped and more likely to be perceived as dangerous just by being. It has come to be known as doing something “while black” — walking while black, shopping while black, driving while black and now even bird-watching while black.

If it’s this difficult for black people to just be, imagine the barriers that prevent us from actually defending ourselves.

This raises some difficult but important questions:

Can black Americans exercise their Second Amendment right to bear arms? Can they stand their ground? Can they claim self-defense in shooting someone who threatens them with physical harm? Does the castle doctrine, which grants a person the right to use deadly force to protect their home from an intruder, apply to them?

Look no further than the cases of Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor for your answers.

In February, Arbery was jogging when he was chased down by two white men in a truck and shot to death. The alleged killers claimed they feared for their lives despite Arbery being unarmed — and the police took them at their word. If a white person says they feel threatened by a black person, no further evidence is required. Any level of force seems to be justified.

Only after the case made national news when a video of the shocking killing surfaced months later were suspects Gregory McMichael and Travis McMichael finally arrested and charged with murder.

Contrast the treatment of the McMichaels' with that of Kenneth Walker, a black man who fired one nonfatal round from a legally registered firearm against armed intruders in the middle of the night. Walker was defending his castle and his woman when police burst into his apartment unannounced on a misdirected drug raid.

Just before 1 a.m. on March 13, Walker was asleep alongside his girlfriend, Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old EMT and hero in the COVID-19 pandemic, who daily put her life on the line to help others. Three plainclothes Louisville Metro Police officers stormed into Taylor’s apartment on a “no-knock warrant.” Walker called 911, grabbed his gun and fired a single shot.

After an officer was hit in the leg, police opened fire, spraying more than 20 bullets. Taylor, who was shot at least eight times, died. Walker was charged with attempted murder of a police officer. And unlike what happened to the McMichaels, it didn't take months for authorities to press charges. Walker was charged immediately. The charges were dropped only after months of advocacy and national media attention.

The police were looking for narcotics but didn’t find any. The suspect they were seeking was already in custody. Walker was a licensed gun owner who thought someone was breaking in. Clearly, he felt threatened. Where was his right to self-defense?

Recently, the Louisville Metro Police Department said it’s updating policies regarding no-knock warrants and body cameras in the wake of Taylor’s death. The changes will provide an “added level of scrutiny’’ for approval of no-knock warrants and require officers to wear cameras when serving warrants or in situations where they identify themselves as police officers.

That’s helpful, but it doesn’t get to the root problem — that we have two vastly different systems of justice in this country depending on whether you’re black or white. I’ve seen the pain firsthand because I represent the families of both Arbery and Taylor.

Would their stories have ended differently if Ahmaud were a white jogger and Walker were a white man defending a white woman asleep at his side?

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www.yahoo.com/news/policing-us-not-enforcing-law-145944146.html

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Policing in the US is not about enforcing law. It’s about enforcing white supremacy

On Friday the CNN journalist Omar Jimenez was arrested on live television as he covered protests of police brutality in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Jimenez identifies as African American and Hispanic, and when the cops confronted him, he did just what minority parents tell their kids to do. Jimenez cooperated; he was respectful, deferential even. He said: “We can move back to where you like … We are getting out of your way … Wherever you want us, we will go.”

It didn’t matter; the police officers put handcuffs on him and led him away, and then came back to arrest his crew. Jimenez narrated his arrest as they led him away. His voice is steady. His eyes, though. Jimenez is masked so his eyes are the only clue to what he’s feeling. His eyes are perplexed and terrified. I get it. When a black or brown person goes into police custody, you never know what is going to happen. You just know that when you leave police custody, if you are lucky enough to leave, you will be diminished. That is the point.
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But what’s most interesting is what happened to Josh Campbell, a white CNN journalist who was in the same area as Jimenez and not arrested. Campbell said his experience was the “opposite” of Jimenez’s. The cops asked him “politely to move here and there”. “A couple times I’ve moved closer than they would, like, they asked politely to move back. They didn’t pull out the handcuffs.”

It’s a cliche that the US has two systems of justice, separate and unequal, but I prefer the word Campbell used. The US has “opposite” systems of justice – one for white people and another for racial minorities, especially African Americans, Latinx and Native American people.

Exactly. And guess which system of justice is for Jews. Therefore anyone who claims Jews are not "white" does not deserve to be taken seriously ever again.

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Jimenez’s professional status and calm demeanor did not stop the police from treating him like a regular black dude – the subject of their vast authority to detain and humiliate. They didn’t have an actual reason and they didn’t need one. Jimenez’s dark skin was the offense.

This is how powerful a drug white privilege is. Here we have the cops policing a rally protesting police brutality against a black man. Even in that context, when the whole world is watching figuratively, and CNN’s audience is watching literally, the cops can’t help themselves. They go all brutal lite. They play “who’s the man” even when the black man, like Jimenez, goes out of his way to show he already knows who the man is. “You are, officer, Sir.” What the cops round up are the usual suspects and the usual suspects are always black and brown.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=33uLThqvZX0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tMfTIxY0LE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZdkP14iTEkI

And one more thing:

www.yahoo.com/news/downtown-dc-burns-after-another-night-of-protests-and-provocation-near-the-white-house-121746636.html

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contrasted the situation with the arrest of Dylann Roof, a white supremacist who shot and killed nine African-Americans in 2015 during a Bible study at a church in Charleston, S.C. When police apprehended Roof, they calmly cuffed him and walked him toward their cars.

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Israel Trains “Vast Numbers of Law Enforcement Officials” in Minneapolis

www.veteranstoday.com/2020/06/01/jinsa/

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The other side of the same coin:

minnesota.cbslocal.com/2020/06/02/man-who-drove-semi-into-i-35w-protest-released-without-charges-mndot-releases-traffic-footage-leading-up-to-incident/

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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A 35-year-old Otsego man has been released from custody without charges after driving his semi-truck into a crowd of protesters on the Interstate 35W bridge in Minneapolis over the weekend.

Bogdan Vechirko was released shortly after noon on Tuesday. Under the reason for release, authorities said “36 hours expired.”
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Department of Public Safety Commissioner John Harrington later said all preliminary investigation indicates that what at first appeared to be a potentially deliberate event may have instead been merely accidental

www.cbsnews.com/news/james-scurlock-black-protester-shot-jacob-gardner-white-bar-owner-protest/

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A white bar owner in Omaha shot and killed a black protester. He won't face charges.
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James Scurlock, 22, was killed by Jacob Gardner, the owner of the Hive Bar and Gatsby Bar in Omaha's Old Market neighborhood around midnight Saturday in the midst of protests against police brutality and George Floyd's death.

The Douglas County Attorney's Office determined Gardner acted in self-defense after interviewing the shooter and reviewing videos of the incident.
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Nebraska State Senator Justin Wayne, speaking on behalf of the Scurlock family, condemned the decision Monday. He said they are continuing to explore "all legal options."

"In this community, we prosecute black and brown individuals a lot more for things like we just watched," Wayne said, referring to the surveillance footage. "It's easy to talk to someone when they're alive. It's easy to get their version of the story when they can talk. We don't know what James would've said."

Citing the state's self-defense law, Wayne tweeted, "NONE of these circumstances were present. NONE. The State of Nebraska does NOT allow you to use deadly force to defend property. Further it is NOT a valid defense if you could have retreated."

Meanwhile, for "non-whites", more of the usual:

www.courier-journal.com/story/news/local/2020/06/01/who-david-mcatee-louisville-barbecue-store-owner-killed-police/5308229002/

www.yahoo.com/news/florida-police-officer-put-leave-143630300.html

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSXdYNbS9DQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkf-znzWKRc

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www.theguardian.com/world/2020/jun/03/brazil-black-lives-police-teenager

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Black lives shattered: outrage as boy, 14, is Brazil police's latest victim

The racially charged killing of teenager João Pedro Matos Pinto has drawn comparisons to that of George Floyd

João Pedro, who was 14, was far from the first young black Brazilian man to meet a premature death at the hands of the police. Thousands have been killed in recent years – and 75% of the victims were black.

But his killing has sparked an unusually loud public outcry, amid growing fury over an upsurge in deadly police violence that continues unabated despite a government-ordered shutdown designed to combat Covid-19.

On Sunday, demonstrators will march for the second time in a week to denounce the police assaults on the favelas and what they call a state-sponsored “genocide” of Brazil’s black youth.

“This must stop,” said João Pedro’s father. “The police should be protecting us, not killing us.”
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by April the shooting had resumed. Rio state police killed 177 people that month alone, or one person every four hours – the second-highest tally since records began more than 20 years ago.

In May, as Brazil’s coronavirus death toll rose above 6,000, the repression continued, with 13 people killed in a single police raid on 15 May.

Three days later, João Pedro set off for his cousin’s home in São Gonçalo’s Complexo do Salgueiro as police prepared to storm the favela in search of drug traffickers.

His aunt, Denize Roza Matos Pinto, recalls becoming increasingly agitated as she watched police helicopters hovering over the seaside community from a nearby beach where she was working.

Her son and João Pedro were among six teenagers hanging out at her home and, despite the shooting, Pinto raced back hoping to protect them. Huddles of armed officers surrounded the residence, and when they finally allowed her inside she felt dread.

“The front window was full of bullet holes. The television was all shot up, the sitting room, the bedroom, everything … It was horrible … the grass was burned from the grenade they’d thrown,” said Pinto, 42.

On the floor she spotted a pool of blood where João Pedro appeared to have been shot. But there was no sign of his body which, for reasons which remain murky, had been flown 25 miles across the bay to Rio by helicopter, and was only located by the family the next day.

“All I could think of was the scene of horror those children had witnessed,” said Pinto as she reflected on her nephew’s terrifying final minutes in a building left pockmarked with more than 70 bullet holes.

Oliveira, the journalist, said she was appalled by the upswing in “gratuitous, insane, excessive and asymmetric violence against a group of people who are even more defenseless than usual” because of the pandemic. “The favelas are already dealing with a lack of work, income and food,” she said – now they were needlessly coming under fire too.

João Pedro’s killing is under investigation. Police have reportedly claimed he was caught in the crossfire as they pursued fleeing gang members. Those close to him believe he was a victim of either police malice or gross incompetence.

“They used these kids for target practice,” claimed Gláucio Ribeira, a family friend.

João Pedro’s aunt – whose son, like the other four teens, emerged physically, if not mentally, unscathed – said she was certain race played a role in such bloodshed. “Like it or not, there is a racial side to this … and it shouldn’t be like this. We’re all supposed to be equal … [But] if you’re on the bus and the police get on, they’ll search the people of colour first … If a black man runs, he’s guilty. We’re tired of seeing this kind of thing happen,” she said.

João Pedro’s father said: “The police need to understand that the favelas are home to good people. Decent black people. But unfortunately when they come into a community they treat us all like criminals. They are wrong.”

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The cases just keep rolling in:

www.yahoo.com/news/another-man-said-cant-breathe-122007254.html

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SEATTLE — A black man who called out “I can’t breathe” before dying in police custody in Tacoma, Washington, was killed as a result of oxygen deprivation and the physical restraint that was used on him, according to details of a medical examiner’s report released Wednesday.

The Pierce County Medical Examiner’s Office concluded that the death of the man, Manuel Ellis, 33, was a homicide. Investigators with the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department were in the process of preparing a report about the March death, which occurred shortly after an arrest by officers from the Tacoma Police Department, said the sheriff’s spokesman, Ed Troyer.
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Ellis’s sister, Monet Carter-Mixon, called for action to bring accountability in the death and further scrutiny of both the Police Department’s practices and how the investigation into his death has been handled.
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Troyer said he did not know all the details of the restraint the officers used — they were not wearing body cameras — but said he did not believe they used a chokehold or a knee on Ellis’ neck.
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Gov. Jay Inslee of Washington said the issue was a top priority for him.

“We will be pushing to make sure there is a full and complete investigation of that incident,” Inslee said.

www.yahoo.com/news/vallejo-police-kill-unarmed-22-202551785.html

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Police in northern California fatally shot an unarmed 22-year-old who was on his knees with his hands up outside a Walgreens store while responding to a call of alleged looting, officials said.

An officer in the city of Vallejo was inside his car when he shot Sean Monterrosa on Monday night amid local and national protests against police brutality. Police said an officer mistakenly believed Monterrosa had a gun, but later determined he had a hammer in his pocket.

The killing of Monterrosa, who was a San Francisco resident, has sparked intense outrage in the Bay Area, particularly in the city of Vallejo, a city with a long history of police violence and high-profile killings and excessive force complaints.

“When confronted by the police, he dropped to his knees and surrendered, and they fired at him,” said Melissa Nold, a Vallejo civil rights attorney representing Monterrosa’s family. “He wasn’t doing anything to warrant it. They shot him from inside their car. What opportunity did they give him to survive that situation? … It’s egregiously bad.”
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In a news conference on Wednesday, two days after the killing, police chief Shawny Williams
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said, this officer “perceived a threat” and fired five shots through his window at Monterosso.

The chief declined to identify the officer who killed Monterrosa, saying only that the officer was an 18-year veteran of the force. The chief also dodged questions about whether he considered the shooting to be excessive force and ignored questions from angry community members who showed up to a press conference.
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Even though the chief likely knew the circumstances of the killing by the time he held his first news conference, he refused to discuss it, while citizens were continuing to march for Floyd, Nold noted. “We’re protesting for a guy who lived thousands of miles away. And the day we’re marching, our own police are gunning down an unarmed man on his knees.”
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Adante Pointer, another civil rights lawyer who has long represented Vallejo families, said it was especially alarming that officers would kill a resident at this moment: “The eyes of the world are on policing and yet your officers still feel comfortable enough to shoot someone under what are the most questionable circumstances? If they could do this during the light of the George Floyd protests and world scrutiny, you can only imagine what they do in the dark of the night when no one is looking.”
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The last person killed by Vallejo police was Willie McCoy, a 20-year-old who had been sleeping in his car in February 2019 when six officers fired 55 bullets in 3.5 seconds. One of the six officers who killed McCoy, a rising rapper in the Bay Area, had previously killed an unarmed man who was fleeing on his bike. Another Vallejo officer killed three men in a five-month period and was subsequently promoted.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rgGORxzuoxQ

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us.yahoo.com/news/police-officer-appears-white-power-163900800.html

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The video showing the officer making the apparent "OK" hand gesture — touching the thumb and index finger to make a circle, with the remaining three fingers held outstretched — was posted to social media over the weekend.
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The man who recorded the incident said he had attended the demonstration to document it.

The video shows the officer making the gesture, then appearing to laugh with another uniformed officer beside him.

The man who recorded it told NBC News that he believed the officer made the gesture "to communicate white power and to say, 'We're going to win at the end.'"

They will keep doing it until we are willing to openly say it is not OK to be "white".
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Re: Police rightist bias
« Reply #6 on: July 04, 2020, 01:46:18 am »
OLD CONTENT contd.

www.yahoo.com/news/death-manuel-ellis-witness-told-141359473.html

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TACOMA, Wash. — A woman who witnessed the arrest of Manuel Ellis, a black man who died during the police encounter in Tacoma, has come forward to dispute the account provided by police, saying officers themselves had initiated a confrontation so violent that she yelled at them to “stop hitting him.”

Sara McDowell, who was in a car behind the officers, said Friday in an interview that she saw Ellis approach the police car late on the night of March 3 for what she initially thought was a friendly conversation. But that suddenly changed, she said, when an officer threw open the car door and knocked Ellis to the ground.

Police have provided a different account, saying that Ellis initiated the confrontation when he picked up a police officer and threw him to the ground, prompting officers to move in to restrain him.

McDowell, who recorded parts of the encounter on video, said that the violence of the police response had appeared to her to be unprovoked.

In brief video clips captured by McDowell, officers can be seen punching Ellis, 33, while he was on the ground. On one of the video clips, her voice can be heard calling out to them: “Stop. Oh, my God, stop hitting him. Just arrest him.”

“I was terrified for his life, honestly,” McDowell said. “The way that they attacked him didn’t make sense to me. I went home and was sick to my stomach.”

Ellis died in the minutes following his arrest after pleading, “I can’t breathe” — an eerie echo of some of the final words from other black men who have died in police custody, including Eric Garner and George Floyd.

McDowell said she did not realize until this week that Ellis had died in the aftermath of what she saw.
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The county medical examiner’s office reported this week that Ellis died from respiratory arrest, hypoxia and physical restraint and categorized the death as a homicide.
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After the death, the officers had been placed on leave but then returned to work because no policy violations were found.

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So, what happens after a week of worldwide protests against racist police brutality? Answer: another racist cop puts his knee on another innocent victim's neck, but adds tasering. No, I am not making it up:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQRtxOcoOVE

https://metro.co.uk/2020/06/08/white-officer-repeatedly-used-taser-black-man-pinning-knee-neck-12819943/

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Fairfax County Police released the footage, filmed on June 5, showing officer Tyler Timberlake using a stun gun on the disoriented man – who has not been named – before pinning him down with a knee on his neck.

The conclusion we can draw is that protesting without bullets is ineffective.

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"I ain’t suprised cause THIS IS AMERICA."

No, this is Western civilization. BLM is America.

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More tasers:

www.yahoo.com/news/texas-police-chase-ends-death-202522028.html

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Javier Ambler was driving home from a friendly poker game in the early hours of March 28, 2019, when a Williamson County sheriff’s deputy noticed that he failed to dim the headlights of his SUV to oncoming traffic.

Twenty-eight minutes later, the black father of two sons lay dying on a north Austin street after deputies held him down and used Tasers on him four times while a crew from A&E’s reality show “Live PD” filmed.

Ambler, a 40-year-old former postal worker, repeatedly pleaded for mercy, telling deputies he had congestive heart failure and couldn’t breathe. He cried, “Save me,” before deputies deployed a final shock.

His death never made headlines.
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The deputies’ decisions to chase and repeatedly use their Tasers on a man who simply failed to dim his lights prompts questions about the agency’s practice of pursuing drivers for minor crimes.

“It is of very serious concern to any of us who are in law enforcement that the decision to engage in that chase was driven by more of a need to provide entertainment than to keep Williamson County citizens safe,” said Travis County District Attorney Margaret Moore.

Some 15 months after Ambler’s death, Moore’s civil rights division is still investigating the incident. After questioning from an American-Statesman reporter, she said her office plans to present the case to a grand jury.

Investigators say Chody and “Live PD” producers have repeatedly stonewalled their efforts to obtain evidence or interviews with the officers involved.

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https://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/national-international/i-cant-breathe-oklahoma-man-tells-police-before-dying-i-dont-care-officer-responds/2378462/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYyg4yq8_mo

https://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/man-alleges-police-used-excessive-force-in-confrontation-outside-church/2364826/

And then there's this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o4RnIpy3IAc

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Cop: We Shoot Less Black People Than We Ought To Be
Travis Yates is a perfect example of what’s wrong with policing in the United States. John Iadarola and Ana Kasparian discuss on The Young Turks.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cR4pcweQL0c

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www.yahoo.com/news/suffolk-police-apology-black-couple-065318888.html

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Police apologise after officers pull over black couple 'for driving a car'
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They were stopped after apparently “glancing” at a police car parked nearby.

In the video, a male officer says: “At the end of the day, whether it looks funny or not, you were driving a motor vehicle on a road, so therefore I am requiring you to provide proof of drivers (licence).”

Antoine-Oniyoke tells him: “You are kidding us right now. You can see why people get upset.”

He replies: “All that I need is proof that you are the driver of that vehicle, and you live here and we are gone.”

The female officer adds: “You have turned something irate that shouldn’t be. You are just jumping on the bandwagon – that’s not okay”, in an apparent reference to recent Black Lives Matter protests.

The male officer then tells the couple “you look suspicious”, adding: “You can argue and you can say ‘why, why, why the whole time’.”

During the exchange, the couple accuse the officers of profiling them, branding the incident “disgusting”.

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The rot goes all the way up:

nypost.com/2020/06/11/chicago-police-union-boss-says-hell-boot-cops-who-kneel/

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The head of Chicago’s powerful police union said any cop in the city who takes a knee during George Floyd protests will be booted, according to a report.

John Catanzara, the new president of the Chicago Fraternal Order of Police, said the gesture, seen throughout the nation during protests over Floyd’s death in police custody in Minneapolis, is tantamount to betrayal of the uniform, he told Fox32 Chicago.

“I don’t believe it’s the time or place to be doing that,” Catanzara told the station. “If you kneel, you’ll be risking being brought up on charges and thrown out of the lodge.”
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Asked about Catanzara’s comments, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot said she wouldn’t “dignify” it with a response.
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Catanzara, who took heat in 2017 for posting a Facebook photo in uniform with a sign supporting President Donald Trump and gun rights, said cops now kneeling for protestors are doing the same thing — just on the other end of the political spectrum.

So will anyone use those "gun rights" against him?

Meanwhile, on the street:

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This Black mother and son were violently tackled by police after being accused of stealing the TV they had just bought

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w6IEvk5tflo

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us.yahoo.com/news/black-pastor-calls-911-alleged-200323783.html

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Black pastor called 911 after alleged attack. The cops arrested him.
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Pastor Leon McCray was at his home on June 1 when he saw two people trying to dump a refrigerator on his property, he recounted during a church service Sunday. When McCray told them to stop, one person proceeded to verbally attack him and the other one went to get three other people.

McCray said that all five people started attacking him verbally and physically. They were "threatening to kill me... telling me that my Black life didn't matter," he said. That's when he felt the need to pull his concealed firearm to save his life, he said. The group of people then left and McCray proceeded to call 9-1-1 for help.

But when authorities arrived, they didn't ask McCray what happened, he said. They spoke to the white family of five who had just attacked him, he said.

"I was not given an opportunity to speak," said McCray, adding that officers told him they had to arrest him for brandishing a gun. "And I said, what about the trespassing and the assault?"

Instead, McCray "was handcuffed in front of my assaulters" by an officer who has known him from the community for over 20 years, he said, adding "they waved at me as I go down the road... . Do you know how disturbing that is?"

At least McCray was carrying a firearm! But this is what happens when you merely pull out your a firearm while "non-white", even when getting beaten up by "whites". Contrast with the McMichaels literally hunting down and shooting Arbery dead and initially presumed to have been defending themselves.

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www.yahoo.com/news/police-officer-laughs-breaking-black-145111288.html

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Police officer laughs after breaking black man’s ankle with flying tackle

Atlanta’s police department (APD) faces fresh criticism after body-camera footage emerged from an arrest last April in which officers broke a black man’s ankle and laughed whilst he was forced to walk on it.
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That officer, who has been named as Donald Vickers in legal documents, was seen laughing at the black man in the video, and said: “We’re laughing because you fell pretty hard after pushing an officer, man.”

Vickers continued: “I find that funny, man,” as Mr Griffin screamed in agony on the ground.

After demanding Mr Griffin stands and walks on the ankle, he shouts “It hurts! It hurts!” whilst the Atlanta cops continue to laugh.

The lawsuit also alleges that Vickers told the victim that “You sound like a little girl right now”.

Also more tasers:

www.yahoo.com/news/ohio-police-citing-heightened-scrutiny-204451340.html

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Here is the other side of the same coin that we have not covered - good cops getting fired:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9LW7CmAYL4

While here is the usual side:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MpyOqvU_N8E

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jinrK0lxFpM

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A few older stories:

www.yahoo.com/news/byron-williams-died-saying-cant-083331934.html

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On Sept. 5, two Las Vegas police officers arrested Williams, 50, who was Black, for riding a bicycle without a safety light. Body camera video released by police showed the officers chasing Williams, holding him on the ground, handcuffed, and kneeling on his back before lifting him upright and dragging him away. Williams repeatedly told officers, "I can't breathe."

He said it at least 17 times before he died, according to the police video.

But unlike Floyd's death — which triggered a wave of protests across the country, including in Las Vegas, and led to charges for the four Minneapolis officers involved — Williams' death drew little attention. Police released just part of the video from one of the body cameras; no bystander videos emerged. A single rally for Williams last fall drew about two dozen people. No charges have been filed against officers connected to the case.
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At one point, Thompkins said, the video showed Williams asking for an ambulance and an officer telling Williams that nobody was coming to help him.

Williams then fell silent, lying on the ground as the officers laughed and discussed weekend plans, Thompkins said.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h3pllDM7pTk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sck6ALUSawc

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www.yahoo.com/news/black-man-suing-police-department-205204527.html

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Black man suing police department for $700,000 over mistaken identity arrest that left him with broken arm
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Antonio Arnelo Smith is suing the department for $700,000 after a city police officer grappled him from behind and slammed him to the ground. Officers said they were "investigating suspicious activity" and mistook Mr Smith as a suspect.
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Despite not having a description of the man, the officer went searching for a suspect, and found Mr Smith walking nearby.

Bodycam footage, acquired by the Valdosta Daily Times, provided insight into the incident.

On the video, an officer approaches Mr Smith claiming he was investigating "suspicious activity" related to the pharmacy. Mr Smith defends himself, explaining that while he had been in the pharmacy, he was waiting for his sister to wire him money. Mr Smith insists that he is innocent, that the staff at the pharmacy know who he is and that nearby security cameras would prove he hadn't done anything illegal.

The officer asks for identification and Mr Smith hands over his ID. As the exchange is taking place, another officer approaches Mr Smith from behind and grabs his arm. As Mr Smith reacts, the officer puts him in a bear hug. Mr Smith cries out that he hasn't done anything and the officer holding him tells him to put his arms behind his back. After the third time asking Mr Smith to do so, the officer body slams Mr Smith face-first into the ground. Mr Smith's arm breaks as a result, and the police handcuff him.
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The officers then realise that the suspect they were searching for had already been arrested, and that they'd attacked Mr Smith in error.
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According to the statement given by the responding officers, Mr Smith was "standing with a 'bladed' stance" while "arguing or debating with" them.

Wtf?

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Attorney Nathaniel Haugabrook, Mr Smith's lawyer, said he believes it is a civil rights case. He said the officers violated Mr Smith's civil rights to "be free from an unlawful arrest, unlawful detention and all of the other rights that goes along with us being citizens."

The lawsuit claims there was no reason for police to believe Mr Smith had committed a crime or that he had any intention of committing a crime, and that the sergeant's use of a bear hug was "unnecessary and illegal" and indicative of "malice and reckless indifference."

This.

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www.yahoo.com/huffpost/wilmington-police-north-carolina-fired-racist-comments-090050374.html

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Wilmington Police Department in North Carolina has fired three veteran police officers who made racist comments and discussed “slaughtering” and wiping Black people off the map in conversations recorded on an in-car camera.

Newly appointed police Chief Donny Williams announced the dismissals of Cpl. Jesse Moore and officers James Gilmore and Kevin Piner during a news conference Wednesday.

Their conversations featured racist slurs, criticism of Black officers and the Black Lives Matter movement, and talk of a civil war, Williams said, describing the exchanges as “brutally offensive.”

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Must watch:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6XF5w-_QmcE

TYT commentary continues to improve steadily.
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Re: Police rightist bias
« Reply #7 on: July 04, 2020, 02:03:48 am »
In just the last few days since the old forum was deplatformed:

https://www.yahoo.com/news/4-california-officers-leave-amid-234151253.html

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SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Four police officers in Northern California have been placed on administrative leave while officials investigate a Facebook group in which members made bigoted and anti-Muslim comments.
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The article gave another example in which members of the Facebook group commented about a Muslim woman whose hijab was pulled off by a sheriff's deputy in Ventura County. One suggested pulling the hijab over the woman's face, and another suggested using hijabs as nooses.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/broke-wrist-police-sued-taking-051249819.html

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SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — Body camera video shows Antonio Arnelo Smith handing his driver's license to a Black police officer and answering questions cooperatively before a white officer walks up behind him, wraps him in a bear hug and slams him face-first to the ground.

“Oh my God, you broke my wrist!” the 46-year-old Black man screams as two more white Valdosta officers arrive, holding him down and handcuffing him following the takedown. One eventually tells Smith he's being arrested on an outstanding warrant, and is immediately corrected by the first officer: They've got the wrong man.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/heavily-armed-riot-police-break-085357192.html

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Heavily armed riot police break up peaceful violin vigil for young black man killed by fellow officers

https://us.yahoo.com/news/beat-little-f-er-officers-222053166.html

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Fort Lauderdale police officers laughed and celebrated after shooting protesters with rubber bullets at a May 31 George Floyd rally in Fort Lauderdale, newly released body camera footage shows.

“Beat it, little f***er,” Detective Zachary Baro, leader of a Fort Lauderdale SWAT team unit, can be heard saying after officers shot “less lethal” projectiles at a protester. The protester was walking away after tossing a tear gas canister back at the line of police.

A few minutes later, another officer, Jamie Chatman, came up to Baro behind the police line and asked if his body camera was off. Baro replied — incorrectly — that his camera was in “stand-by” mode and not recording. The two officers then began laughing and joking about the people they had shot with rubber bullets.

“Did you see me f**k up those motherf****rs?” one of the officers said.

“I got the one f***er,” the other replied amid laughter.

https://us.yahoo.com/news/after-a-black-protester-is-killed-in-omaha-witnesses-claim-a-rushed-investigation-ignored-signs-of-the-shooters-allegedly-190303877.html

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After a Black protester is killed in Omaha, witnesses claim a rushed investigation ignored signs of the shooter's allegedly racist past

https://us.yahoo.com/news/police-officer-filmed-punching-black-112058658.html

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Police officer filmed punching black woman at Miami International Airport
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The officer who threw the punch can be heard telling his colleagues that “she headbutted me”, despite the video suggesting otherwise.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bee8L_8Mugs

https://us.yahoo.com/gma/colorado-police-officers-recreated-chokehold-photos-elijah-mcclain-204000983--abc-news-topstories.html

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The Colorado police officers who took disturbing photos at the memorial site where Elijah McClain was placed in a police chokehold and later died have all been terminated from the Aurora Police Department, interim police chief Vanessa Wilson announced Friday.

Four officers were involved in the incident. Officer Jaron Jones resigned earlier this week.

Wilson announced Friday that the remaining officers involved -- Erica Marrero, Kyle Dittrich and Jason Rosenblatt -- have all been fired.
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Not only are the officers smiling at the site of the tragedy, one of them shows them recreating the carotid control hold that other officers put on McClain prior to his death.



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« Reply #11 on: July 14, 2020, 01:38:34 pm »
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Two military police officers in Brazil's São Paulo city are to face criminal charges after pictures were broadcast on TV showing one of them stepping on the neck of a black woman.

The victim, a middle-aged owner of a small bar, was then dragged in handcuffs across the pavement.

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« Reply #13 on: July 18, 2020, 09:41:24 am »
Portland Protesters Kidnapped, Shoved Into Unmarked Vans
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« Reply #14 on: July 18, 2020, 09:42:39 am »
Oregon Governor To Trump's Police Force: GET OUT
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