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  • Originally posted by BChris View Post

    No fucking common sense at all!
    A dirty little secret in this country is that police departments routinely hire fucking morons and provide them with a badge and a gun and little training.

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    • Originally posted by BChris View Post

      No fucking common sense at all!
      They are going to claim immunity as well. Judge how could we know putting a handcuffed person in a car parked on train tracks could potentially lead to harm?

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      • A Kansas deputy tased a 12-year-old autistic boy who was handcuffed, shackled and hogtied

        https://www.yahoo.com/news/kansas-de...100025940.html

        A Jackson County sheriff's deputy used his Taser on a 12-year-old autistic boy without warning as the youth sat handcuffed, shackled and hogtied in the deputy's vehicle.

        The state's law enforcement oversight body says Matthew Honas on Feb. 23 used excessive force multiple times on the boy, including tying him up in a manner that threatened "his ability to breathe properly."

        The Kansas Commission on Peace Officers' Standards and Training on Aug. 22 issued an order of reprimand to Honas. While Honas was discharged March 3 from his deputy's job in Jackson County, the commission chose not to revoke his certification as a law enforcement officer.

        Honas used excessive force upon the boy, identified only as "L.H.," after being dispatched on a report that he was trying to run away from foster care, KSCPOST said.

        Deputy's actions appeared punitive

        KSCPOST said the unreasonableness of Honas' use of force was compounded by the following facts:
        • He "'hog tied' L.H., threatening his ability to breathe properly."
        • His actions "on several occasions appeared to be punitive in nature."
        • He applied "pain compliance" without giving direction to the boy regarding what he was supposed to do.
        • He told the boy, "When the other guy gets here, you're going to hurt more."
        • He refused and canceled assistance from two other available officers.
        • He said he was going to call a transport van, but did not.
        • He told the boy he would tase him again if he did anything he was not supposed to do.
        • He used inappropriate language, include profanity.
        • He did not use de-escalation techniques or other means to persuade the boy to comply.
        • He failed to use other options to restrain the boy.
        Last edited by TTURedRaider; 09-20-2022, 10:12 AM.

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        • Fucking scumbag

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          • That county is just north of Topeka, remember when I said that everything west of Topeka is a different state.

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            • A 15-year-old girl and her father were killed by sheriff’s deputies Tuesday in a shootout off Interstate 15, authorities said, a day after the man is believed to have fatally shot his wife and abducted his daughter.
              Law enforcement had been searching for Anthony Graziano, 45, and his daughter Savannah Graziano after Fontana police and the California Highway Patrol issued an Amber Alert on Monday. Authorities had described Anthony Graziano as “armed and dangerous” and Savannah as a kidnapping victim after her mother was found shot Monday morning in her Fontana home and later died.

              The teen was fatally shot by deputies when she ran toward them wearing body armor and a tactical helmet, San Bernardino County Sheriff Shannon D. Dicus said Tuesday.

              Dicus identified the girl as Savannah, but sheriff’s officials said they were awaiting official confirmation by the coroner.

              Authorities would not say whether the girl was armed when she was shot, but Dicus said there were “some indications” that she “may have also been involved in some of the fire exchange” with deputies. He did not elaborate but confirmed only one weapon was recovered: a rifle taken from Graziano’s vehicle.
              https://www.latimes.com/california/s...tana?_amp=true

              Cops kill unarmed girl they had issued an Amber Alert for.

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              • Originally posted by Spartan View Post

                https://www.latimes.com/california/s...tana?_amp=true

                Cops kill unarmed girl they had issued an Amber Alert for.
                Hmmm....

                "but Dicus said there were “some indications” that she “may have also been involved in some of the fire exchange” with deputies. He did not elaborate but confirmed only one weapon was recovered: a rifle taken from Graziano’s vehicle."

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                • https://twitter.com/joshuapotash/sta...v_EULEBg_HGGww

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                  • The attorney representing Los Angeles police officer Houston Tipping's mother claims that the 32-year-old was targeted by other officers for being a potential whistleblower.
                    Even though a coroner's report ruled Tipping's death an accident, attorney Brad Gage says he was targeted because he was a whistleblower in an assault case involving other officers. Gage claims that the alleged assault happened 10 months before Tipping's death.

                    "LAPD claims in Public Records Act requests there was no incident report at all," said Gage.

                    According to the Los Angele County Coroner, Tipping died of a spinal cord injury after a grappling exercise. Additionally, the autopsy found broken ribs that appear to be a LUCAS device, which is an automatic CPR machine.

                    "The problem with that is other medical reports show the LUCAS device was never used," Gage said.

                    Gage said he has not been able to speak to any of the paramedics about the treatment that was given to Tipping.
                    https://www.cbsnews.com/amp/losangel...whistleblower/

                    Maybe I should start a good apple thread for these guys.

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                    • Originally posted by Spartan View Post

                      https://www.cbsnews.com/amp/losangel...whistleblower/

                      Maybe I should start a good apple thread for these guys.
                      Reminds me of that time a roided up cop started choking a fellow cop who attempted to pull him off of a civilian he was beating the shit out of.

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                      • City labor negotiators and the union representing San Diego police officers are at an impasse in negotiations over who can and can’t serve on the Commission on Police Practices, the independent board that investigates allegations of police misconduct.
                        At Monday’s City Council meeting, the San Diego Police Officers Association argued family members of current or former local law enforcement officers should be able to serve on the board, while city labor negotiators say they shouldn’t. They also split on whether individuals with a felony record can be appointed to the commission – police union representatives say no, and city negotiators say anyone whose criminal record doesn’t bar them from serving on a jury should be eligible.


                        SDPD Sgt. Jared Wilson, the POA president, said the CPP — which is yet to be fully implemented, in part because of the stalled negotiations — was one of the reasons officers were leaving San Diego for jobs in other cities. He said the commission had a “radical, abolish the police agenda” and that “our cops are better off somewhere else.”
                        https://voiceofsandiego.org/2022/10/...snt-exist-yet/

                        Could you imagine people leaving your profession at the threat that at some point in the indefinite future, an outside body staffed by your coworkers and family members might possibly issue mild objections when you do something illegal?

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                        • Officer James Brennand, who fired his gun 10 times at a teenager Sunday, was terminated by the San Antonio Police Department on Wednesday.

                          Brennand is not entitled to an appeal of his termination because he was still considered a probationary officer, on the job for just seven months.

                          Police Chief William McManus told the San Antonio Report that Brennand’s actions were “entirely against policy and training that we receive.”
                          https://sanantonioreport.org/sapd-ro...-teenager/?amp

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                          • Originally posted by Spartan View Post

                            https://voiceofsandiego.org/2022/10/...snt-exist-yet/

                            Could you imagine people leaving your profession at the threat that at some point in the indefinite future, an outside body staffed by your coworkers and family members might possibly issue mild objections when you do something illegal?
                            You don't understand! They signed up to be cops so that they would never have to answer to anyone ever again.

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                            • Originally posted by Spartan View Post

                              https://voiceofsandiego.org/2022/10/...snt-exist-yet/

                              Could you imagine people leaving your profession at the threat that at some point in the indefinite future, an outside body staffed by your coworkers and family members might possibly issue mild objections when you do something illegal?
                              It’s easier to fire a teacher for supporting the wrong politician than it is to fire a cop for killing someone. This country is fucked.

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