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  • BChris
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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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  • Spartan
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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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  • FuqMizzou
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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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  • BChris
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    Fucking scumbag

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  • TTURedRaider
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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, 09:12 AM.

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  • TTURedRaider
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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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  • DPR
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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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  • BChris
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    Originally posted by TTURedRaider View Post
    Train hits Platteville police vehicle parked on tracks, seriously injuring woman who’d been taken into custody

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.den...s-vehicle/amp/
    No fucking common sense at all!

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  • TTURedRaider
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    Train hits Platteville police vehicle parked on tracks, seriously injuring woman who’d been taken into custody

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.den...s-vehicle/amp/

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  • DPR
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    https://www.seattleweekly.com/news/f...-tiktok-video/

    “If we’re driving on the freeway in our police car, get the f—- out of the way,” she says in the TikTok video. “I can go 90 miles an hour, you can’t. You can’t do that. So get the f—- out of the way. If us officers stay behind you long enough, we can find a reason to pull you over.”
    And here I thought the age of video would reign in officer abuses, but instead they are using video to brag about their abuses. Cool stuff.

    Also, a 10 hour suspension. So basically told to go home for the day and come back tomorrow. Real penalty there, captain.

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  • Spartan
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    An inmate who had accused his jailers of "torture" by alleging they forced him to listen to the repetitive Baby Shark song playing on a loop has been found dead.

    John Basco was found unresponsive in his cell in the early hours of Sunday at the Oklahoma County Detention Center, according to a press release. Officers tried to save the 48-year-old's life and worked on him until emergency responders arrived and continued efforts to resuscitate him, jail officials said in the statement, but he was pronounced dead shortly after 4:05 a.m.
    https://www.newsweek.com/oklahoma-in...d-dead-1742089

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  • DPR
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    Originally posted by Spartan View Post

    https://www.npr.org/2022/09/06/11213...-4-years-in-pr

    I rest confident in the knowledge that the free speech absolutists will be as outraged over this as I am.
    She should have added "but do it peacefully" so that the MAGA cops would understand the nuance.

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  • Spartan
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    In court, prosecutors presented police body camera recordings including snippets of those demonstrations. Shared with the AP, they don't show her laying hands on any officers. Videos from May 31, 2020 show Martin chanting "No justice, no peace," in an officer's face. Police donned riot gear and discussed using tear gas before letting the crowd disperse.

    Martin used stronger language days later.

    "Some of us gon' be hurting. And some of y'all gon' be hurting," Martin told officers. "We ready to die for this. We tired of it. You better be ready to die for the blue. I'm ready to die for the Black."

    The jury acquitted Martin of inciting a riot and reached no verdict on whether she threatened officers' lives. Her legal team was "elated" when jurors found her guilty only of breaching the peace, punishable by no more than a $500 fine and 30 days in jail, investigator Tony Kennedy recalled.

    State law defines breachers of the peace as any disturbers, "dangerous and disorderly persons" or people who utter "menaces or threatening speeches." But prosecutors presented the charge as a "high and aggravated" crime, which carries up to 10 years imprisonment. Rosado said Judge Kirk Griffin did not allow her to explain the distinction, and the possibility of a much stiffer penalty, to the jury.
    https://www.npr.org/2022/09/06/11213...-4-years-in-pr

    I rest confident in the knowledge that the free speech absolutists will be as outraged over this as I am.

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  • Spartan
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    Found another good apple!



    Don't worry. He's in prison now.

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  • BChris
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    Louisville corrections officer fired after appearing in video mocking police and Breonna Taylor’s death

    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news...e-br-rcna45239


    “We need backup, answer the call, be a part of a great, great police department. Never mind what happened to Breonna Taylor, we killed that b----,” he said.

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