Aug 26

‘He wasn’t f*cking armed!’: Woman screams at MD. cops after they kill her husband in Walmart parking lot (The Raw Story, Aug 22, 2015):

n video captured by a bystander, a woman screamed “He wasn’t f*cking armed! You killed my husband” as Maryland State Police subdued her following an officer-involved shooting that left a 30-year-old man dead in a Walmart parking lot Friday night.

The Cecil Daily reports that Charles S. Hall was shot and killed by Trooper Daryl K. Brackett, a three-year veteran of the force who claimed he recognized Hall and knew there was a warrant out for his arrest. Continue reading »

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Aug 13

MRAPJADE HELM

It should be clear by now that he enemy is  … us …

US Army May Use Hollow Points In New Pistols In Violation Of International Protocol

More info down below.


FACIAL-RECOGNITION

Facial Recognition Software Moves From Overseas Wars to Local Police (New York Times, Aug 12, 2015):

SAN DIEGO — Facial recognition software, which American military and intelligence agencies used for years in Iraq and Afghanistan to identify potential terrorists, is being eagerly adopted by dozens of police departments around the country to pursue drug dealers, prostitutes and other conventional criminal suspects. But because it is being used with few guidelines and with little oversight or public disclosure, it is raising questions of privacy and concerns about potential misuse.

Law enforcement officers say the technology is much faster than fingerprinting at identifying suspects, although it is unclear how much it is helping the police make arrests.

Related info:

DHS Pathetic Excuse For Buying Billions Of Rounds Of Ammunition: Continue reading »

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Aug 11

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Protesters Declare They Are Ready For War As America’s Impoverished Inner Cities Threaten To Erupt (Economic Collapse, Aug 10, 2015):

Are we about to witness a new round of racially-charged protests, riots and demonstrations all across the United States?  On Sunday night, a protest that had been organized to commemorate the one year anniversary of Michael Brown’s death in Ferguson, Missouri took a very violent turn.  An 18-year-old named Tyrone Harris that is being described as a “real close” friend of Michael Brown opened fire on police with a stolen handgun.  Police returned fire and Harris got hit.  He is now in the hospital and his prognosis is uncertain.  Of course this just raised tensions to an entirely new level, and at this point a state of emergency has been declared in Ferguson.

So what would cause an 18-year-old young man to pick up a gun and start firing at police? Continue reading »

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Aug 05

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Pennsylvania to Become First State to Use “Precrime” Statistics in Criminal Sentencing (Liberty Blitzkrieg, Aug 4, 2015):

Criminal sentencing has long been based on the present crime and, sometimes, the defendant’s past criminal record. In Pennsylvania, judges could soon consider a new dimension: the future.Pennsylvania is on the verge of becoming one of the first states in the country to base criminal sentences not only on what crimes people have been convicted of, but also on whether they are deemed likely to commit additional crimes. As early as next year, judges there could receive statistically derived tools known as risk assessments to help them decide how much prison time — if any — to assign.

– From the Five Thirty Eight article: Should Prison Sentences Be Based On Crimes That Haven’t Been Committed Yet?

As technology generally continues to advance, one thing you can be sure of is the criminal justice system’s use of innovative new “tools” will grow exponentially. This can be a good thing, but it can also be a very dangerous thing. Pennsylvania’s new law that permits the use of data showing whether people are “deemed likely to commit additional crimes” in criminal sentencing, is a perfect example of how an over reliance on technology can be a threat to liberty and due process. Continue reading »

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Aug 02

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US Police Kill 118 People In July, Highest Monthly Total Of 2015 (ZeroHedge, Aug 2, 2015):

Early last month in “Crowdsourcing Police Brutality“, we highlighted an ongoing project at The Guardian which is attempting to tally the number of people killed by police in the US during 2015. Use of deadly force by authorities in America has become a hot button issue after several high profile cases involving the death of unarmed black suspects culminated in a night of violent protests in Baltimore.

In the wake of Baltimore’s “purge” (as April’s protests came to be known), two competing theories emerged about what effect the controversy has had on policing in America. We’ve outlined the two theories on a number of occasions, but for those unfamiliar, here’s a recap:  Continue reading »

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Jul 29

Driver Pulled Over By Off-Duty Detective “I’ll blow a hole right through your F***ing head” (SHFTplan, July 28, 2015):

Have you ever noticed how plainclothes and off-duty police officers, often have a complete lack of awareness in regards to how they appear to the average citizen? Many of them don’t seem to realize that when you act like a cop, but don’t dress like one, you appear absolutely crazy and terrifying. However, one off-duty detective was recently recorded pulling over a driver, and he behaved in a way that would still be unbecoming of a fully dressed police officer.

The driver managed to catch the entire incident on his dash camera, which despite the date labeled in the video, happened last Sunday in Medford Massachusetts. After he accidentally committed a minor traffic infraction, the detective went ballistic. Continue reading »

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Jul 28


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NYPD 70th Precinct cops use overwhelming force to arrest young black man inside Target in Flatbush, Brooklyn, NYC. July 25, 2015, approximately 8:00 PM.

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Jul 22

–  $2800/Mth To Live In Oakland – Where Cops Say Don’t Bother Calling If Your Car Is Stolen (ZeroHedge, July 21, 2015):

Over the last 5 years, rent costs in the city of Oakland have doubled. At $2,807 per month it more expensive to live in Oakland now than it was in SanFrancisco in 2012, so one would expect the city to have ‘cleaned up’, and ‘be safer’? However, as SFGate reports, the city laid off 80 officers today to help eliminate a $30.5 million budget deficit, prompting the department to announce that officers would no longer be dispatched to take reports for most nonviolent crimes. “With current levels of staffing, we are unable to respond to many lower-priority calls,” said Officer Jeff Thomason, a police spokesman.

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Jul 17

Colorado cop slams handcuffed teen to hospital floor, knocks her teeth out (VIDEO)  (RT, July 17, 2015):

A newly-published video shows a Colorado Springs police officer going to extremes during a November 2013 arrest, slamming a handcuffed 18-year-old woman face-down into the ground, knocking out her teeth while she was in hospital.

The shocking video will be part of a lawsuit that is being prepared on behalf of Alexis Acker against the department. The footage was obtained by the Colorado Springs Independent daily.

“This is a very violent attack on someone who is in handcuffs, who is partially restrained and tiny, and there’s just no need for it,” Acker’s criminal attorney Cindy Hyatt told the paper.

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Jul 04

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Jul 02

From the article:

The real enemy of the corrupt corporate state is none other than, “we the people.”


Study Shows U.S. Police Far More Concerned About “Anti-Government” Domestic Extremists than Al-Qaeda (Liberty Blitzkrieg, July 1, 2015):

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U.S. law enforcement agencies rank the threat of violence from anti-government  extremists higher than the threat from radicalized Muslims, according to a report released Thursday by the Triangle Center on Terrorism and Homeland Security (TCTHS).

The report, “Law Enforcement Assessment of the Violent Extremism Threat,” was based on survey research by Charles Kurzman, professor of sociology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and David Schanzer, director of TCTHS and associate professor of the practice at Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy.

The survey — conducted by the center with the Police Executive Research Forum — found that 74 percent of 382 law enforcement agencies rated anti-government extremism as one of the top three terrorist threats in their jurisdiction. By comparison, 39 percent listed extremism connected with Al Qaeda or like-minded terrorist organizations as a Top 3 terrorist threat.

– From Duke’s Sanford School of Public Policy

Since September 11, 2001, the frightened and emotionally pliable American public has gullibly relinquished its civil liberties and free heritage in order to allow the U.S. government to wage unaccountable and unconstitutional war again Al-Qaeda and radical Islamic terrorism across the world. Continue reading »

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Jun 27

The New “Scariest Chart” For American Citizens (ZeroHedge, June 26, 2015):

For the average American citizen, this may well become the “scariest” chart…

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Jun 21

H/t reader squodgy:

“Bad. Sinister. Brutal. Incompetent. Totally stupid.”


The video is extremely graphic.

You can watch it here if you want to feel sick:

VIDEO: Unarmed man flags down LAPD seeking help. They shoot him in the head. (Blacklisted News, June 20, 2015):

At 6:35PM last night a man with his hand wrapped in a towel flagged down the police, apparently seeking help. The police thought he had a gun under the towel on his extended arm, and ordered him to drop it. At least one officer fired and hit the victim in the head, leaving him in critical condition. He was unarmed.

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Jun 13

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Jun 13, 2015

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In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss bursting bond bubbles, fleeing banks and scaring the hell out of Bill Gross. In the second half, Max interviews documentary filmmaker, Nick Broomfield, about whether #BlackLivesMatter when NHI (‘no humans involved’).

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Jun 13

Police Raid and Shutdown Lemonade Stand Run by 7 and 8-Year-Old Girls

Don’t Mess with Texas – Police Raid and Shutdown Lemonade Stand Run by 7 and 8-Year-Old Girls (Liberty Blitzkrieg, June 12, 2015):

Don’t mess with Texas. Particularly if you happen to be a person who enjoys the freedom to purchase lemonade from two adorable little girls trying to raise money to buy their dad a Father’s Day gift. In that case, you better watch out. The cops are on the case, ever vigilant to protect the unsuspecting citizen from the perils of contraband juice. Continue reading »

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Jun 13

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The Biggest Crooks In America Are Now The Cops (ZeroHedge, June 13, 2015):

Submitted by Bill Bonner via Bonner & Partners,

The TSA Is a Complete Waste of Time

Today, we continue our series “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.” As you’ll recall, our premise is that in a world where everyone is a lawbreaker, it’s hard to spot the real criminals.

Below, we turn to the bad … Continue reading »

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Jun 11

Cop kills man for ‘walking with a purpose’ (RT, June 11, 2015):

A female police officer fatally shot an unarmed, 28-year-old white man named Keith Bolinger for allegedly “charging” at her vehicle following his “unusual” behaviour and a short car chase in Des Moines, Iowa.

Officer Vanessa Miller fired the round that hit and killed Bolinger at the scene, when he tried to approach a police car on Tuesday evening, the Des Moines Registerreported. In the lead up to the shooting, police and witnesses, said Bolinger had led two officers in a car chase through the streets Des Moines.

Bolinger was walking towards the officers “with a purpose,” insisted Sgt. Jason Halifax of the Des Moines Police Department during a press conference concerning the shooting on Wednesday.

No weapons were found on Bolinger or at the scene of his death. It’s unclear whether Miller thought he was armed at the time. Continue reading »

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Jun 09

Video: Cop goes on profanity-laden tirade in affluent suburb, pulls out his gun on two kids (Sovereign Man, June 8, 2015):

I’ll be up front with you and say that this video is disturbing.

It’s like a bucket of ice-cold water thrown in the face of the dream world that most people are walking through.

Watching riots on TV in places like Baltimore and Ferguson, it’s easy to think, “That couldn’t happen here. All that police violence only happens in poor communities.”

Guess again. Continue reading »

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Jun 09

“Getting Him Fired Is Not Enough” 100s Protest Texas Cops’ Bikini-Clad Teenage Girl Assault (ZeroHedge, June 9, 2015):

After the clip of white cops rampaging through an affluent Texas neighborhood teenage pool party went viral, the outcry at the actions of the police officers is growing louder as, it appears, AmeriKKKa (as one protester’s banner exclaims) is waking up to what can be done.

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As Reuters reports, hundreds marched through the Dallas-area city of McKinney on Monday calling for the firing of the police officer seen in a video throwing a bikini-clad teenage girl to the ground and pointing his pistol at other youths.

Continue reading »

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May 25

Michael Brelo, Cleveland Patrolman, Found Not Guilty In Deaths Of 2 Unarmed Suspects (Huffington Post/AP, May 23, 2015)

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