Feb 14

- Cop slams elderly man to ground, paralyzing him in one sweep (Intellihub, Feb 13, 2015):

Cop turns himself in, gets released on $1000 bond

MADISON, Al. (INTELLIHUB) — After slamming an elder Indian citizen to the ground in front of his new home in a single sweep, Eric Parker, a local cop was forced to turn himself in to face charges as the entire incident was caught on the dashboard camera.

Police Chief, Larry Muncey, spoke out about the violent incident in a press conference saying, “I found that Officer Eric Parker’s actions did not meet the high standards and expectations of the Madison City Police Department.”, recommending that Parker be ‘terminated’ from the force. Continue reading »

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Feb 12

- Man shot dead by police in Washington State after throwing rocks (VIDEO) (RT, Feb 12, 2015):

An investigation is under way into three law enforcement officials with the Pasco Police Department in Washington State after cops there shot and killed a man this week who had reportedly been throwing rocks at officers.

Video footage purported to be from the incident appears to show the victim, 35-year-old Antonio Zambrano-Montes, fleeing on foot from three Pasco police officers across a busy intersection with arms akimbo. The man then turns and faces the cops with his arms in front of him when a barrage of gunfire — as many as 13 shots, according to some accounts — is fired from their guns, fatally wounding him. Continue reading »

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Feb 12

Reported about this here:

- Family asks cops to check on 74-year-old vet after surgery, and they break in and kill him


James Allen

- Cops Asked to Check In on 74 Year Old Man – Break In and Kill Him Instead (Activist Post, Feb 10, 2015):

A North Carolina family asked Gastonia police to check in on a family member who was recovering from surgery. In an ideal world, this would be a wonderful service to be performed by police with a grateful community that would offer them thanks.

Unfortunately, these notions have nothing to do with the business model of modern day policing, which does not serve those it views as its enemy. Indeed, although it might be the public that helps keep the coffers full by various means, it is a public still viewed as the number one threat by the police who benefit from them – by various means.
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Feb 01

Watch footage of the incident, as posted online, below.

- WATCH: Baltimore girl left bleeding after officer attacks her with a baton (The Raw Story, Jan 30, 2015):

13-year-old Baltimore girl needed 10 stitches in her head after a police officer hit her with a baton in an altercation caught on video, WBAL-TV reported.

The video, released today, shows the encounter between the officer and the girl, identified as Diamond. A photograph taken after the incident last October shows a bandage on Diamond’s head and bloodstains on her Vanguard Middle School shirt. Two of her relatives, who also attend Vanguard, were also involved. The name of the officer involved in the incident has not been released.

Footage shows Diamond’s cousin, identified as Starr, talking to the officer after walking down a stairway. The officer then grabs her by the arm and pushes her against a wall and seems to hold her by her hair at one point. Continue reading »

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Jan 31

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- NYPD Launches Plan to Deal with Protests – Arm Police with Long Rifles, Machines Guns and Extra Protective Gear (Liberty Blitzkrieg, Jan 30, 2015):

Murders reached a historic low in NYC for 2014; overall crime was down across the board by nearly 5%; hell, even the holiday slowdown didn’t really lead to any additional crime. So clearly, now is the time when NYC really needs to implement a new anti-terrorism program which would empower a team of NYPD officers to roam around the city carrying machine guns. What could go wrong?This new squad will be used to investigate and combat terrorist plots, lone wolf terrorists, and… protests. “It is designed for dealing with events like our recent protests, or incidents like Mumbai or what just happened in Paris,” Bratton said, according to CBS.

– From the Gothamist article: New NYPD Anti-Terror Unit Will Get Machine Guns To Police Protesters

The morphing of “terrorism” and “domestic dissent” into an all encompassing and convenient category known as “domestic terrorists” or “domestic extremists” has been a long time coming. It has always been my contention, and continues to be, that the oligarchs who have funneled all of the wealth to themselves since the 2008 banker bailouts know exactly what they are doing. They also know that it will eventually result in severe domestic unrest during the next cyclical downturn. As such, the agenda has been to utilize the entirety of the intelligence-industrial-military complex created by the “war on terror” against the domestic population once it recognizes how badly it has been looted. Continue reading »

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Jan 31

H/t reader squodgy:

“A classic example of good old American Community Policing….”



Jan 28, 2015

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School teacher and Activist Jesse Hagopian pepper-sprayed by Seattle Police on MLK day 2015.
-Jesse on Twitter https://twitter.com/JessedHagopian
-Sign the petition to support Jesse: https://www.change.org/p/seattle-poli…

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Jan 30

- New video shows white Seattle cop arresting 70yo black veteran for carrying golf club (RT, Jan 29, 2015):

The Seattle Police Department is reviewing the conduct of an officer after she arrested an elderly black man who was using a golf club as a cane. Posting online, the officer also characterized civil unrest in Ferguson, Mo., as “chronic black racism.”

Seattle police released dashcam footage of the July encounter on Wednesday.

“You swung that golf club at me when I turned the corner at 11th and Pike,” Officer Cynthia Whitlatch said to 70-year-old William Wingate before arresting him.

The alleged club-swinging is not shown in the 20-minute video which starts out with Whitlatch — who is white — repeatedly yelling at Wingate to drop the golf club, calling it a “weapon” at one point. Wingate protests that he has been “walking with this golf club for 20 years.”

The video was obtained by The Stranger through a public records request.

“You just swung that golf club at me!” Whitlatch said in the video.

“No, I did not!” Wingate replied. Continue reading »

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Jan 26

Related info:

- Gray State – Definition of Husband/Wife murder/suicide

FYI.



Jan 20, 2015

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Gray State: The Rise (Rough Cut) Directed by David Crowley

I have chosen to release this RAW UNCUT version of Gray State: The Rise to insure versions of this movie reach the public, although this version is from nearly a year ago, you can get an idea, of the direction of the documentary. Any Questions?

(This was the documentary David Crowley was working on when he supposedly killed his wife, 5 year old child and himself. Friends, family and co-workers have said they do not believe it. That he was a great person, with a promising career and an extremely happy homelife. They believe he was murdered.)

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Jan 26

- Gray State – Definition of Husband/Wife murder/suicide (The Rebel Website, Jan 22, 2015):

By Jim Stone

This is what happens when an inconvenient couple stays together all the time and you cannot just murder the “troublemaker”, the spouse has to go too because she/he is always an ever present witness and would report the murder for what it is.

Such an event happened over the Christmas holidays, when anti-establishment movie maker David Crowley was found dead with his wife in an “apparent” “murder suicide”. Such types just mysteriously blink out quite frequently in “murder suicides”, just like those “gas leaks” that are very similar to 2,000 pound bombs which leave craters and strip concrete off of brick.

Crowley was the producer of the new highly anticipated movie “Gray State,” an independent film envisioning a brutal police state, martial law crackdown, complete with biometric identification, a ubiquitous surveillance state and troopers rounding dissidents up into camps. Obviously the movie must have been coming along very well because “they” killed him for it. Sort of lets you know what the plan is even without the movie being released . . . Continue reading »

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Jan 14

- VIDEOS: SWAT Teams Fire Tear Gas and Pepper Spray After Ohio State Wins Playoff Title (12160):

COLUMBUS POLICE BRUTAL USE OF CHEMICALS early today to disperse thousands of Buckeye fans on N. High Street along Columbus campus

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Jan 05

- NYPD facing $3mil lawsuit for nightstick attack caught on video – report (RT, Jan 5, 2015):

A Brooklyn man is planning to file a $3 million lawsuit against the city of New York alleging excessive force was used against him by a nightstick-wielding NYPD officer in November.

The officer, Evans Mazile, was caught on video hitting Donovan Lawson, 20, in the head with a nightstick, drawing a significant amount of blood. The police encounter occurred on Nov. 20, after Lawson allegedly attempted to skip a fare at the Myrtle Ave. and Broadway subway station in central Brooklyn.

Lawson’s lawyer, Ilissa Brownstein, told the New York Daily News that she has filed lawsuit notices with the city on behalf of Lawson and his girlfriend, Ceanna Pulido-Wolf, who was also arrested. Continue reading »

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Dec 22

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- Supreme Court rules cops can search your car and seize evidence even if the stop was unlawful (Natural News, Dec 22, 2014):

Police officers are able to use evidence in court that they seized during a traffic stop even if turns out that the cops pulled a car over initially based on their misunderstanding of the law, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled.

In an overwhelmingly lopsided 8-1 decision written by Chief Justice John Roberts, justices said that such stops do not violate the Constitution’s Fourth Amendment protections against unreasonable searches and seizures.

As reported by The Associated Press (AP): Continue reading »

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Dec 15

- Police: Armored Military Vehicles Needed for ‘Constitutionalists’ with Firearms (Infowars, Dec 14, 2014):

“We’ve got a lot of constitutionalists… a lot of people that stockpile weapons”

Shocking video provided exclusively to Infowars shows a Washington state sheriff’s deputy proclaiming that law enforcement officers need armored military vehicles because of “constitutionalists” with firearms.

The footage, recently captured in Spokane Valley, begins with a local resident asking two deputies why police would need vehicles specifically designed for warfare abroad.

“I mean, we’ve got a lot of constitutionalists and a lot of people that stockpile weapons, lots of ammunition,” one deputy says. “They have weapons here locally.”

The startling admission not only points to active surveillance of legal gun owners, but of those who support the country’s founding document, further solidifying concerns among law-abiding citizens that police are receiving military equipment and training in order to target conservative Americans. Continue reading »

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Dec 11

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- The Game Is Rigged: Why Americans Keep Losing To The Police State (The Rutherford Institute, Dec 9, 2014):

“The truth is that the State is a conspiracy designed not only to exploit, but above all to corrupt its citizens.”
- Leo Tolstoy

My 7-year-old granddaughter has suddenly developed a keen interest in card games: Go Fish, Crazy Eights, Old Maid, Blackjack, and War. We’ve fallen into a set pattern now: every time we play, she deals the cards, and I pretend not to see her stacking the deck in her favor. And of course, I always lose.

I don’t mind losing to my granddaughter at Old Maid, knowing full well the game is rigged. For now, it’s fun and games, and she’s winning. Where the rub comes in is in knowing that someday she’ll be old enough to realize that being a citizen in the American police state is much like playing against a stacked deck: you’re always going to lose.

The game is rigged, and “we the people” keep getting dealt the same losing hand. Even so, we stay in the game, against all odds, trusting that our luck will change. Continue reading »

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Dec 08

- Arizona cop punches 15-year-old girl in face as mother begs her to stop (LiveLeak, Dec 6, 2014):

A Female Mesa, Arizona police officer can be seen punching and brutalizing a teen girl as her mother begs the officer to stop.According to the Free Thought Project, the 15-year-old girl was a runaway who the police officer was attempting to apprehend.As a witness filmed, the officer walked up to the girl and punched her, knocking her down. She then put the girl in a chokehold — even after the teen’s mother begged her and a second officer to stop, saying that the girl is asthmatic and has emotional issues.

“She just punched her in the face!” said the woman holding the camera.

As her legs kicked and flailed, the girl told the officers she couldn’t breathe, screaming, “Stop!” over and over, but they continued to pin her against the pavement. Continue reading »

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Dec 07

- The Growing American Police State Is Tightening Its Noose Around Our Necks (Common Sense Show, Dec 6, 2014):

No Expectation of Privacy

The Supreme Court has ruled that when an individual is in public, they have no expectation of privacy. The courts have also ruled that it is legal to videotape the police. However, someone forgot to tell the police

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Dec 06

- Chicago Cops Use Stingray to Intercept Protester’s Conversations, Leaked Audio Reveals (Infowars, Dec 6, 2014):

Anonymous leaks government communication detailing real-time cell phone surveillance

An audio recording leaked by the hacktivist group Anonymous appears to prove that Chicago police used an IMSI catcher, commonly referred to as a Stingray, to intercept phone calls during an Eric Garner protest Thursday evening.

IMSI catchers, small devices that mimic cell phone towers, give police and government agencies the ability to capture people’s cellular data in real-time. The audio, posted to the official Anonymous Twitter account Friday, reveals a conversation between the CPIC, Chicago’s Homeland Security-run Fusion Center, and a police officer spying on an alleged protest leader.


Chicago police and CPIC discuss cell phone surveillance at 01:05

“Yeah, just uhh, the one of the girls is kind of an organizer here, um, she’s been on her phone a lot,” an unknown government employee told CPIC. “Are you guys picking up any, uh, any, uh, information, uh, where they’re going, possibly?” Continue reading »

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Dec 04

- Brutal police beating of model shocks Australia (VIDEO) (RT, Dec 4, 2014):

A video showing three Sydney police officers brutally beating a young woman has gone viral, with over 750,000 views on Facebook. During the clip, the victim is repeatedly hit with a police baton and appears to be kicked in the head by a male officer.

Police brutality has been hitting the headlines in the US, but now it seems the unfortunate trend has made its way to Australia. The woman in question, Claire Helen, who works as a model and actress and was on the receiving end of recurring blows from a police officer, said: “It was the most frightening and humiliating experience of my life.”

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Dec 04

- Video of the Day – This Is What Happens When You Call the Cops (Liberty Blitzkrieg, Dec 4, 2014):

In a healthy, moral and civilized society defined by the rule of law, police can play an important role. They should be people who come from the communities they promise to “protect and serve.” They should view themselves as a part of these communities, not as something separate and distinct. Police should see their jobs as having a great degree of risk, and must be willing to accept that risk. This means not pretending to be a solider at war, not choosing the most violent solution to every problem, and not viewing the citizenry as milk cows ready and willing to be drained of their assets via civil forfeiture.

Unfortunately, this isn’t the state of the police in America in 2014, and it’s quickly becoming obvious to everyone. Ferguson was a key moment in this awakening, when white pundits and others typically confined to less distraught communities, witnessed the militarized police in all its SWAT team horror for the first time. In the piece, “A Good Time Was Had By All” – The Obamas Dance the Night Away as Ferguson, Missouri Burns, I wrote: Continue reading »

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