BLACK JUDGE CONDEMNS POLICE RACISM ON THE JOB IN THE USA
DRUG DOG FOUND NOTHING IN CAR BUT VIRGINIA POLICE SAID THEY DID
[UPDATE 5.3.16: You cannot see the HILARIOUS annotations on mobile – so watch on desktop, for all the details & funny pop-ups. YES, the case was dropped once this video was shown to the Asst. D.A., There were NEVER any drugs to begin with & if they’re were I’m sure the K9’s nose would’ve been ALOT better than these 2 dirty cop’s noses. Also, I was instructed by my Atty. that with the Judges & Cops in that town; a Civil suit would’ve been a waste of time. I support cops as we need them/but loathe biased thugs hiding behind badges.] POLICE ARE SUPPOSED TO PROTECT & SERVE – NOT – PLANT EVIDENCE & POLICE PROFILE. This is personal to me/I’ll tell you why. In June I was illegally stopped while bird dogging RE properties with a white female Co-worker (Driver & owner) in a VERY rural part of VA. We were followed by an unmarked car so we voluntarily pulled over to allow him to pass. We were detained, searched for weapons & drugs and when that turned up nothing & instead of being allowed to drive away – 4 cruisers pulled up with a the K-9 dog and they proceeded to walk the dog inside & out. RESULT- That turned up nothing. So 2 cops ripped the car apart, looking for God knows what on the side of a country road for 1.5hrs and 5 other cops on standby in tactical gear. Picture 1 cop working the driver’s side & the other on the passenger side. After ripping through the car, the passenger side cop (Jr. officer) walks away and leaves his superior to finish. After finding NOTHING; the superior officer walks back to his squad car, the Jr. officer steps over to him, mumbles under his breath & the Superior officer bolts to the passenger side floorboard (my seat) and miraculously finds a morsel of marijuana. Something the dog & the other cop didn’t detect. He puts it in a tester, claims it to be Marijuana and that b/c it was found on MY side of the car—says ‘he’s giving me a citation for possession’. Why not arrest me –BECAUSE apparently the quantity was so small. WEIRD – So ask yourself, how is it a passenger with No marijuana (furthermore – 2 Non users), get pulled over for tinted windows (ONLY after I questioned the stop, the officer replied, give me your I.D. –UNFORTUNATELY for them I had NO warrants etc.), has a K-9 dog & 2 cops search the car with NO results UNTIL 1 officer does something blatantly illegal WEIRDER – So ask yourself, how is it the officer on the driver’s side of the car, magically finds marijuana a dog couldn’t discover? WEIRDEST – After paying $1500 to a lawyer, the VA Prosecutor dropped the charges knowing there was a video. BUT NOW, I’M SADDLED WITH EXPUNGING THIS RIDICULOUS CHARGE FROM MY RECORD—ANOTHER FEE, and get this – Since Virginia is a Commonwealth, they reserve the right to DENY my request! Ps: So I guess June 25th was my day to get a drug arrest record, BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY! Pss: The Jr. cop (whom I believe planted the so-called Marijuana) even asked to see the vid –I suppose he wanted to see IF he was caught on tape & YES, it’s all on video. HAHA, these guys really think they’re cowboys. PIECE de RESISITANCE – I RECORDED IT ON HD Iphone VIDEO – So after some serious thought, I decided to post the video of (2) Virginia cops planting evidence and make them celebrities.
Law Professor James Duane gives viewers startling reasons why they should always exercise their 5th Amendment rights when questioned by government officials.
Law Professor James Duane gives a video presentation as to why you should not talk to the police
Ordinary Russians are adopting a tactic to combat police brutality that’s become common in the United States: YouTube.
Police brutality in Russia has been a public issue for several years, with near-daily reports of beatings, shootings, and deaths in police stations occurring throughout the country. The problem became so bad that in 2010, then-president Dmitry Medvedev ordered an overhaul of the police and security services. The problem does not appear to have subsided, as data provided by Russia’s Ministry of Internal Affairs and news reports shows that in 2016, 99 people died inside Russian police stations. However, Maria Berezina, the journalist who compiled the data, claims that this number likely only represents a fraction of the number of deaths.
Occasionally filming police does bring results. In January, Russian police officers were filmed as they violently pulled a man with a prosthetic arm out of his car, breaking the arm in the process. About a month later, police officials opened an investigation into the officers involved after the video caused an uproar on social media.
A Vocativ analysis of Russian video uploads to YouTube found that 47 percent of Russian videos detailing police brutality posted in the last year had only been uploaded in the last 30 days. A search for the Russian terms for police brutality (Полицейский беспредел and полицейский произвол) revealed 19,450 videos uploaded in the past year. Of these, 9,232 were uploaded in the last month alone.
The videos showing police brutality in Russia are often uploaded by anonymous and ordinary users of the site. One example, uploaded by an anonymous user claiming to live in the provincial city of Tolyatti, claims that police twisted his arms, forced him to accompany them to the police station, and refused to provide medical aid, even though he was actually the victim of a crime. According to the user, he has since been released and was hospitalized for his injuries. He is now demanding an apology from the police.
People are not afraid to upload footage of even minor incidents involving the police. One anonymous YouTube user showed police appearing to assault the user as he filmed officers placing handcuffs on a drunk man in the hospital. Police shouted and used force to attempt to stop the user from filming.
A video uploaded by Russian civic activists instructs viewers on how to interact with police officers during what they deem illegitimate stops. Such incidents appear to be common on the streets of Russia. The activists have uploaded dozens of videos showing interactions with the police.
Lev Ponomarev, a Russian human rights activist, says that “the crime rate in the police and prison system, we can say, has gradually increased in recent years.” He believes “the police system is falling apart, as well as the investigative committee, and Prosecutor’s Office. The cause of all this is corruption. Corruption scandals are occurring everywhere. If this happens within the senior offices, and we know that it is happening from the news, it trickles down to the regular policeman, and is becoming more visible and thriving.”
“They need to be held accountable,” Ponomarev said. “They take innocent people and beat them to get a testimony. And we have a lot of complaints about it from citizens.”
“With the advent of the internet comes more publicity and transparency. People are more involved in the discussion of social problems via the internet,” he added.
Lev Ponomarev said he is also focused on the issue of torture in Russian prisons, and works to assist abused prisoners. His movement for Humans Rights continues to receive complaints while helping victims of police brutality.
This is a huge and important job in and of itself, but many of them take the time to make people’s lives easier — like the cops below. Whether they’re helping a person fix a flat tire or buying essential items for the homeless, these officers go above and beyond their duties in these awesome acts of kindness.
A passenger’s video revealed his driver was speeding.
A man has been charged with reckless driving after his passenger posted a video online showing their car being driven at 180kmh.
Police say that the passenger recorded the video on December 28 as the pair drove from Albany to Perth.Western Australia
Investigators studied the video after it was posted on social media, and identified the driver.
He’ll appear before Albany Magistrates Court next month.
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DENVER — Raw video from the Denver officer-involved shooting. In the video, an unidentified man takes a woman and uses her as a shield while police yell for the man to surrender.
WARNING: This video may not be appropriate for some viewers.
As the man tries to take the woman back inside the store, an officer opens fire hitting the man. He falls to the ground, the hostage runs away and officers swarm the area.
The man was taken to Denver Health Medical Center for treatment and was listed in critical condition Monday afternoon.
(DenverChannel) DENVER – Denver Police have identified the suspect who allegedly took hostages inside a 7-Eleven Monday. Police said 34-year-old Blas Leroux was shot in the shoulder as he tried to use one of the hostages as a human shield.
The standoff began at 8:30 a.m., after witnesses saw the suspect running from police.
“He dropped his coat,” said Dino Gallegos, who was exiting the store as Leroux ran in, “and the officer picked it up. The suspect ran around the corner and into 7-Eleven.”
Police Chief Robert White said negotiators tried for nearly an hour to get him to surrender. He refused and instead used one of the three hostages as a shield in an attempt to escape.
“The officers demanded that he let her go, at which time he attempted to pull her back into the store,” White said. “So out of fear for her safety, one of the officers fired a shot striking the individual.”
Leroux was taken to a nearby hospital with a gunshot wound to the shoulder. The hostage was not injured.
A Colorado Bureau of Investigation report shows Leroux has used several other names. He has a lengthy criminal record including convictions for trespass, motor vehicle theft, assault, burglary, child abuse, escape and harassment.
Police chase a stolen van in South Los Angeles, California. The suspect crashes into a multiple cars during the dangerous pursuit including a LAPD patrol car. The suspect jumps out and runs after spike strips disable the white cargo van.
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Police in a Phoenix suburb fatally shot a machete-wielding man Thursday after he rammed a patrol car in a stolen truck, injuring an officer.
Avondale police said the man was shot after he refused to drop the machete and a pocket knife.
Authorities identified the man as Jeremy Bustos, 43, and said he was rushed to a hospital along with an Avondale police officer who was injured in the collision.
The officer’s name hasn’t been released, but Avondale police Sgt. Brandon Busse said the officer was in stable condition and improving at a hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Witnesses said the suspect was shot at least twice and helicopter news video showed him falling to the ground before he was taken to a trauma center.
Busse said the spree started when a man assaulted a city maintenance worker on the side of a roadway and stole his city truck about 9 a.m. The man took the truck on a joyride as police pursued before officers got a helicopter to track the stolen vehicle and backed off, authorities said.
Police began a pursuit and used tire-puncturing devices and the chase ended with the truck ramming the police car.
Officers confronted the suspect, who refused their commands and advanced toward them with a machete and pocket knife and was shot, according to Busse.
Avondale Fire Department crews extricated the police officer from his vehicle and he was airlifted to a Phoenix hospital.
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A DUI suspect leads CHP officers on a chase on the Pacific Coast Highway on April 16, 2013, before resisting arrest. As the chase ends on the PCH, the suspect gets out of his vehicle, dances and then walks right up to armed officers, forcing police to take action in a nail-biting scene that ends in his arrest.
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A YouTube video shows Delaware police officers shooting a man in a wheelchair on Friday. Warning: graphic content.
Wilmington: The police shooting of a man in a wheelchair in Wilmington, in the US state of Delaware, was “unjust”, his mother said, but authorities described a different scenario, saying the man was pulling a handgun from his waist when officers shot him to death.
The shooting happened on a narrow street in Wilmington on Wednesday around 3pm. Officers responded to a 911 call of a man who had shot himself, and when they arrived, 28-year-old Jeremy McDole was “still armed with a handgun”, Police Chief Bobby Cummings said during a news conference.
McDole’s mother, Phyllis McDole, interrupted the briefing. “He was in a wheelchair, paralysed from the waist down. There’s video showing that he didn’t pull a weapon … I need answers,” she said.
Police shot dead a wheel-chair bound man – Jeremy McDole – in Wilmington, Delaware, on Wednesday, September 23. Screen Shot 2015-09-25 at 1.33.23 PM.png Photo: Image from YouTube video.
Mr Cummings said officers approached McDole and told him to put the weapon down. As McDole was removing the gun from his waist, officers “engaged him”.
“I assure you that not one of those officers intended to take anyone’s life that day,” Mr Cummings said.
Video of the shooting posted online, which the chief said appeared to be authentic, shows an officer approaching McDole with a gun drawn, shouting “show me your hands” and “drop the gun”. Other officers then appear in the video with their guns drawn, yelling similar commands.
Police shot dead a wheel-chair bound man – Jeremy McDole – in Wilmington, Delaware, on Wednesday, September 23. Screen Shot 2015-09-25 at 1.33.40 PM.png Photo: Image from YouTube video.
In the video, McDole moves around in his wheelchair and reaches into his jeans, but it’s unclear what he is doing. The officers, who are not in the video at this point, fire multiple shots and McDole falls out of his wheelchair.
Mr Cummings said he was not aware of any attempt by officers to use non-lethal force before shooting McDole. He also would not say whether he thought the situation should have been handled differently. “Only our thorough investigation will reveal that,” he said.
The shooting is being investigated by the department’s criminal investigation and professional standards units, as well as the Delaware Department of Justice’s Office of Civil Rights and Public Trust, which will determine whether any officers will be charged. The state agency investigates all police shootings that result in injury or death.
Jeremy McDole in his wheelchair in Wilmington, Delaware, before he was shot on Wednesday, September 23. Screen Shot 2015-09-25 at 1.33.57 PM.png Photo: Image from YouTube video.
Richard Smith, head of the Delaware chapter of the NAACP, called for a special prosecutor to investigate the shooting, and “to not have cops investigating cops”.
McDole’s uncle, Eugene Smith, was among a crowd of a couple dozen people who gathered on Thursday at the scene of the shooting. Mr Smith said he was with his nephew about 15 minutes before the shooting and he didn’t see a gun.
“He had a book bag, but I never seen a gun,” he said. “It was an execution. That’s what it was. I don’t care if he was black, white, whatever.”
McDole was black. The race of the four officers who fired was not released. All four are on administrative duty. One of the officers has been on the force for 15 or more years, and the others had been there for about five years, the police chief said.
Mayor Dennis Williams announced earlier this year that officers would have body cameras by the end of 2015. At the news conference, he said: “We want answers just like you want answers.”
Late on Thursday, about 100 people gathered outside of Phyllis McDole’s home for a candlelight vigil and expressed their frustrations about the shooting.
A .40-calibre shell casing was found in the grass about 15 feet from where McDole was shot. Police said a .38-calibre gun was found by McDole’s side after he was shot.
Mr Smith said McDole had gotten out of jail about a year ago and was living in a nursing home.
McDole has an arrest record that dates back to 2005 and includes convictions for drug possession and disorderly conduct. He was also arrested for carrying a concealed deadly weapon and resisting arrest, but those charges were dropped. In November, McDole was found to have violated his probation.
McDole was paralysed when he was shot in the back in 2005 by a friend he had been walking around a neighbourhood with, smoking marijuana, according to court documents. McDole initially told police that his friend Randal Matoo shot him, but later testified that he didn’t know who shot him.
At Matoo’s bench trial, the judge said he didn’t know what happened, “but if either one of you expect me to believe that this wasn’t associated with some other wrongdoing, think again,” according to court documents. “There’s a horrible penalty that both of you, the victim, Mr McDole, and you the defendant, Mr. Matoo, are going to pay for whatever was behind this.”
Matoo was convicted of first-degree assault and possession of a firearm during a felony.
Seat belt violation by man gets him shot by us policeman. WOW…!!! Just check it out.
Published on Aug 31, 2013
8/30/13 22:25. MLK x W Cheyenne ave, north Las Vegas NV. Driver refuses to answer questions, first officer aggravated, calls in NHP Sgt. Cook and proceeds to get an education on the laws surrounding suspicion-less stops/searches.