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Texas high-school students can't graduate without watching a video on not triggering snowflake cops

Среда, 17 Октября 2018 г. 23:11 (ссылка)


The "Civilian Interaction Training Program" is a project of the Texas Commission On Law Enforcement, aimed at teaching children how not to terrify heavily armed, easily-spooked Texas law enforcement officers, who, when triggered, are at risk of murdering children during traffic stops. Reviewing these training materials is mandatory for anyone hoping to receive a diploma from a Texas high school. The bill's author, Texas state senator Royce West, says the curriculum's purpose is to end "distrust for law enforcement."

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Officer of the month charged with rape

Вторник, 17 Октября 2018 г. 02:43 (ссылка)

Prince George’s County Police Officer Ryan Macklin was charged with rape after a woman was attacked during a traffic stop last week. Macklin is listed as a two-time patrol officer of the month at the department's website.


During the traffic stop, Macklin reportedly forced the woman to perform a sex act while they were sitting in her car in a nearby parking lot.


Police say Macklin was “on-duty, in uniform, and driving a marked police cruiser at the time.”


Investigators are not sure why Macklin targeted this woman, but believe there may be other victims.

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Against all evidence, city of Savannah claims googly eyes glued to Revolutionary War statue are "not funny"

Суббота, 13 Октября 2018 г. 20:11 (ссылка)


An extremely funny prankster glued googly eyes to the statue of Revolutionary War commander Nathaniel Greene; the City of Savannah took to its Facebook page to insist that this was "not funny" but rather "vandalism" and saying that the police had been involved.


Savannah Police are not impressed by the city's wrath. Noting that the eyes didn't do any damage, the police promised to review its CCTV footage to see if they could prosecute someone for trespassing.



"It may look funny but harming our historic monuments and public property is no laughing matter," the city wrote. "In fact, it's a crime."


City officials urged anyone with information to contact local police. "We are hoping to find the person responsible!" they wrote.





Someone Stuck Googly Eyes On This Savannah Statue And Now Police Are Involved [David Mack/Buzzfeed]

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Forensics company advises cops not to look at seized Iphones, to avoid facial-recognition lockouts

Суббота, 13 Октября 2018 г. 18:33 (ссылка)


A leaked police-training presentation from digital forensics company Elcomsoft (a company that made history due to its early run-in with the DMCA) advises officers not to look at Iphones seized from suspects in order to avoid tripping the phones' facial recognition systems -- if Iphones sense too many unlock attempts with faces other than those registered as trusted, they fall back to requiring additional unlock measures like passcodes or fingerprints.




“iPhone X: don’t look at the screen, or else… The same thing will occur as happened on Apple’s event,” the slide, from forensics company Elcomsoft, reads. Motherboard obtained the presentation from a non-Elcomsoft source, and the company subsequently confirmed its veracity.



“This is quite simple. Passcode is required after five unsuccessful attempts to match a face,” Vladimir Katalov, CEO of Elcomsoft, told Motherboard in an online chat, pointing to Apple’s own documentation on Face ID. “So by looking into suspect’s phone, [the] investigator immediately lose one of [the] attempts.”




Cops Told ‘Don’t Look’ at New iPhones to Avoid Face ID Lock-Out [Joseph Cox/Motherboard]

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Why cops beat you in the interrogation room

Среда, 03 Октября 2018 г. 22:33 (ссылка)


This video uses footage of real life police interrogations to reveal the psychological tricks that cops use to get people to incriminate themselves.



Best advice in the video: "Talking to cops is always a bad move." That said, cops will use every trick in the book to get you to talk, and this video shows how good they are at extracting confessions.


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Mexican forces seize control of entire Acapulco police department

Среда, 26 Сентября 2018 г. 15:06 (ссылка)


Mexico's governance crisis continues: beyond the clandestine mass graves, the kidnapping of elected officials (and assassination of political candidates) and coordinated attacks on anti-corruption candidates, there's the well-known problem of corrupt police officers and whole departments, including, it seems, the Acapulco police department, who have been raided and disarmed by federal forces, with two officers charged with murder and the rest under investigation. (Image: Tomascastelazo, CC-BY-SA)

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Middle school cop who arrested seventh graders "to prove a point" may yet face consequences

Четверг, 20 Сентября 2018 г. 22:17 (ссылка)


In 2013, Deputy Luis Ortiz was the "school resource officer" at Etiwanda Intermediate in San Bernardino County, California, when he arrested a group of 12- and 13-year-old girls, cuffing them and taking them to jail in a police vehicle; at the time and afterward, Ortiz said he arrested them "to prove a point" because he felt they were "unresponsive and disrespectful" and in his belief, introducing them to the criminal justice system would make them "mature a lot faster."


The girls had been involved in "ongoing incidents of bullying and fighting." Ortiz had been called in to "mediate the conflict." When he decided he couldn't tell who the victims were and who the bullies were, he arrested all of them, "within minutes."


Ortiz is the subject of lawsuits over his conduct, and he has been seeking to use "qualified immunity" (which protects individual officers from civil liability for actions taken in the course of their duties) to escape the suit.


The Ninth Circuit Appeals Court just told him to go fuck himself. The lawsuits will continue.





At the time of the students’ arrest, it was clearly established that a police seizure at the behest of school officials must, at a minimum, be “reasonably related to its purpose, and must not be ‘excessively intrusive in light of the age and sex of the student and the nature of the infraction.’” Defendants do not—and indeed, cannot—meaningfully contest Deputy Ortiz’s motivation for the arrests, which he stated multiple times. No reasonable officer could have reasonably believed that the law authorizes the arrest of a group of middle schoolers in order to prove a point.

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Kalamazoo criminalizes homelessness, arrests city commissioner and other activists

Среда, 19 Сентября 2018 г. 16:48 (ссылка)




Mike DeWaele writes, "A group of homeless activists had maintained a peaceful occupation of Bronson Park in Kalamazoo for about a month in protests of a new ordinance that made it illegal to sleep in public parks. The protest was well organized, clean and well maintained- at one point involving up to 200 homeless citizens and their supporters, with extensive logistical support from the larger community. The protest had clearly articulated demands but the City Comission was willing to address them only on a very superficial level, with no comitment to action, and then only after weeks of public pressure. While the talks were still ongoing, the city manager ordered local police to clear the camp, which happened before his morning. Several homeless and other activists refused to vacate, including city commissioner Shannon Sykes, who had been the lone voice on the commission in (passionate) support of the encampment and who had spent several nights with the protest as a supporter and observer. Those activists have all been arrested on as yet unknown charges."

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Emails show Berkeley police celebrated 'retweets' & 'engagements' from protester mugshots cops posted on social media

Суббота, 15 Сентября 2018 г. 20:06 (ссылка)


Internal emails show that the Berkeley, California Police Department (BPD) talked of building a “counter-narrative” on social media against anti-fascist protesters as BPD tweeted out their names and mugshots, then boasted of retweets and “engagement” metrics when mugshots went viral. This amounts to cops doxxing protesters and high-fiving each other over it. That's creepy, and seems like an obvious abuse of power, if not also an abuse of the law.
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The sheriffs who cheered Trump's attack on the press have long histories of shady dealings, revealed by the press

Понедельник, 11 Сентября 2018 г. 01:12 (ссылка)


Last week, Trump invited a collection to sheriffs to the White House for a rousing speech about the evils of the free press, exactly the kind of thing the leader of a democracy does all the time, and the sheriffs gave him a standing ovation, because that's exactly the kind of thing you'd want fairminded law-enforcement agents to do in a democracy.
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$2m "fentanyl" bust turns out to be big bag of sugar

Четверг, 30 Августа 2018 г. 17:20 (ссылка)

Last week, New Hanover County Sheriff Ed McMahon boasted of making “one of the largest seizures in the state” after hauling 12 pounds of "fentanyl" from a drug bust. Sadly for McMahon, the state crime lab says it is sugar.

“The job of the District Attorney is not to convict at all costs, but to be ministers of justice. That commitment requires us to move swiftly to dismiss or modify charges when we become aware of new evidence that calls into question a defendant’s guilt,” Ben David, the district attorney for New Hanover County, said in a statement.


The people busted aren't off the hook, as other "drugs" were found. Fortunately for them, "contributing to the epic self-own of a law enforcement officer" is not on the books in North Carolina.

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Comedy sketch imagines a sobriety test for stoners

Суббота, 18 Августа 2018 г. 16:30 (ссылка)


"Once marijuana is legalized in Canada, how will police test for pot impairment?"

CBC Comedy sketch comedy series 22 Minutes humorously imagines what a pot sobriety test might look like, cookie dough and all.

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Chicago police data reveals how dirty cops spread corruption like a disease

Четверг, 16 Августа 2018 г. 21:29 (ссылка)



In 2009, after a successful public records lawsuit, the Invisible Institute received data on complaints against Chicago Police Department officers since 1988 -- the complaints often list multiple officers, and by tracing the social graph of dirty cops over time, The Intercept's Rob Arthur was able to show how corruption spread like a contagion, from senior officers to junior ones, teaching bad practices ranging from brutality to falsifying evidence to torture to racism to plotting to murder whistleblowing cops.
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Problem cop in Polk County exposed by own bodycam

Четверг, 16 Августа 2018 г. 21:25 (ссылка)

Polk County, Iowa—Des Moines—is 4.84% black and 88.34% white. But a community group there claims that of one police officer's 282 traffic stops and bookings, 100% of the drivers were black and 0 percent white. So this dashcam footage of one of his stops there was no surprise to the locals.





Montray Little was pulled over by officers Kyle Thies and Natalie Heinemann despite video showing no obvious traffic violations. Little and his passenger, Jared Clinton, are accused of having drugs in the car and acting like they have a weapon as well. Little is handcuffed and Clinton is taken out of the car while they and the vehicle are searched. No drugs or weapons were found. Police did find an open bottle of alcohol which they had the men dump out.


Kyle Thies is the problem officer: "Can I be honest with you? It smells like marijuana in the car and I can see shake on the ground and your buddy's giving me the idea that he's got a gun. That's what I think. I dunno, just he way you're holding yourself, that's why I'm nervous."

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Watch how much this police dog loves (or hates) a Jack-in-the-box surprise toy

Среда, 15 Августа 2018 г. 20:28 (ссылка)


In the below video, Redondo Beach police officer Kyle Lofstrom pops the weasel and police dog Ammo responds accordingly.






"I can’t tell if this means he likes his new toy or hates it," Lofstrom posted on the K9 team's Instagram.


(via Laughing Squid)

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Drunk NYPD cop shouted racial slurs at family after breaking into their home thinking it was his AirBnB

Вторник, 14 Августа 2018 г. 22:39 (ссылка)

NYPD officer Michael Reynolds is under investigation after allegedly breaking into a Nashville home and drunkenly terrorizing its occupants, threatening youngsters and shouting racial slurs. He thought it was his AirBnB, supposedly.

Surveillance video, obtained by Eyewitness News from ABC affiliate WGRB, captures a man's voice shouting, "Try to shoot me, I'll break every bone in your F****** neck. You F****** N******."


A Nashville police report described the suspect as a white male, with buzzed blond hair and blue eyes.


Witness statements logged in the report further described the suspect as "heavily intoxicated and disoriented."



A mistake anyone could make.

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Criminal corralled by crime-fighting cows

Суббота, 11 Августа 2018 г. 22:00 (ссылка)

Last week, a Florida woman (because of course she’s from Florida) was caught rolling around in a stolen SUV. There was a chase! There was a crash! In an effort to escape her police entourage, 46-year old Jennifer Anne Kaufman left the other occupants of her pilfered ride behind and took off on foot. As she fled across a farmer's field, Kaufman could likely hear the sirens of the prowl cars that had been chasing her. The helicopter that the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office called in to help hunt her down? No way she’d have missed that.

Kaufman did not, however, account for the cows.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cofSrkP44nE

Rural crime is a serious issue: everyone’s gotta do their part, even livestock.

According to the Tampa Bay Times, after the cows and Seminole County Sheriff’s deputies took Kaufman and her pals, who were good enough to stick around, into custody, they had a chance to search the stolen SUV and discovered "…more than a gram of cocaine, a crack pipe, syringes and a metal spoon."

That’ll do cows. That’ll do.

Yeah, I know that it's more likely that the cattle were either curious or expecting to be fed by a human tromping through their field. But honestly, in a world so full of hate, violence and unspeakable dangers, I need to believe that, when faced with a situation like this one, a cow can be relied upon to rise up and mete out justice, that we all might sleep just a little bit easier.

Image via Pexels

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Surveillance camera shows off-duty NYPD cop dropping a weapon near man he shot in the face

Воскресенье, 05 Августа 2018 г. 14:47 (ссылка)


After NYPD Sgt. Richard Blake shot Thavone Santana in the face during a confrontation, we were told a terrifying story of being threatened and mugged early Thursday on the mean streets of Brooklyn. Unfortunately for Blake, a nearby video camera captured him drawing his gun, shooting someone who was trying to move away from him, then dropping a knife near his unconscious body.


Blake paces back and forth, then appears to pat down Santana’s pockets. He then appears to take a sheathed knife from his own back pocket, the New York Times reported, slides it from its sheath and drops it next to Santana’s crumpled body. He then pauses for a moment and retrieves the knife, the video shows.

The New York Police Department said Thursday that Santana was in stable condition.

“The video captures actions that raise serious questions and require further investigation,” Detective Sophia Mason, a department spokeswoman, told The Washington Post in a statement. Blake was placed on administrative duty, the department said. The Times reported that he was stripped of his badge and service weapon.



Santana is in intensive care. Locals say the men were in an ongoing dispute over a woman. Blake, the New York Daily News reports, was recently suspended from the force after "punching his girlfriend in the face." What a charmer.

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Cop hauls ass to save man from oncoming train

Четверг, 26 Июля 2018 г. 20:00 (ссылка)


Thwarting Darwinism, or, more likely, a pair of earbuds, a cop from the Perth Amboy Police Department in New Jersey, hauled ass to save a man from being smooshed by a train--and it was all caught on the officer's body camera. Why anyone, unless they were in some emotional distress, would decide that walking down a set of train tracks oblivious to an oncoming locomotive was a good idea is beyond me. Fortunate for the fella in the video, the police officer that came to his rescue was in good enough physical shape that he was able to sprint with the 20 pounds of gear that most cops wear, without slowing him down.

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Burglar breaks into escape room but can't break out

Четверг, 20 Июля 2018 г. 02:23 (ссылка)


A criminal mastermind in Vancouver, Washington thought that he'd help himself to the bounty of – I dunno, locks? doors? finger puzzles? – goods that an escape room business had on hand. He ended up, you guessed it, trapped in an escape room and unable to break free. In a fit of panic and defeat, he called 911 for help.

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Can't a naked man paddle his kayak during a typhoon in peace?

Понедельник, 16 Июля 2018 г. 22:00 (ссылка)


That'd be a no.

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As with Nicaragua, so too America

Понедельник, 16 Июля 2018 г. 20:30 (ссылка)

On April 18th, Nicaragua’s President Daniel Ortega, announced that changes would be made to the country’s social security system: workers would be forced to pay more but would receive fewer benefits, despite their increased contributions. Understandably, people were pissed. They staged peaceful demonstrations. Then came the not so peaceful ones: the outrage the nation’s citizens felt over the changes to a system they had paid into the whole of their working lives, spilled over into resentment for the Nicaraguan government as a whole.

Since then, 300 civilians have died.

On July 14th, Nicaraguan police and pro-government paramilitary types trapped a group of student protestors inside of a church and commenced firing on those inside with military-grade arms. The whole, bloody, terrifying show was captured on video and in Twitter posts from inside of the church. One young man named Gerald, was from the city of Masaya. He was in Managua, Nicaraguas capital, attending university. Gerald was shot in the head—dead at 20 years old. His last rights delivered by a priest who was trapped in the church with him. Those trapped in the church have since been allowed to go free. Its said that there is at least one other dead and several wounded as a result of the incident.

Daniel Ortega’s been in office as the President of Nicaragua for 11 years. To get there, he ran for the position from 1990 until 2007. It was with a promise to improve the lives of the poor, to end the rampant corruption that infected Nicaragua’s political elite. Ortega came from a poor family, that was well known for being unable to pay the rent on the flats where they lived. The Ortegas moved from place to place, pushed out for not paying their way until there was no where in the area that they lived in where anyone would take them in. In 1967, Ortega was sent to prison for bank robbery. Unlike the leaders of the current American administration, he grew up in poverty. He understands what it’s like to be poor. It apparently doesn’t matter.

Just like someone else you may know, Ortega’s initial presidential win was called into question, due to the fact that he was ragingly unpopular with the people of his nation: he won 37% of the total vote, with the remaining votes eaten up by other political factions too much in love with the smell of their own stink to get their shit together and do something just for their country.

Ortega’s government is the very model of cronyism. His wife plans on running to become Vice President of Nicaragua to Ortega’s position of head honcho in the country’s upcoming presidential elections, despite the fact that her doing so, as the sitting President’s wife, is against the nation’s constitution. It’s said that Ortega has accumulated a massive fortune through tax evasion, bribes and kickbacks since coming into office.

If this doesn’t smack of something familiar yet, maybe this will bring it home.

From the Pan Am Post:



In order to eliminate any dissent against President Daniel Ortega’s quest for his third term, the Nicaraguan Supreme Electoral Council recently dismissed 28 opposition legislators (16 members and 12 alternate members) from Congress.

The Congressmen belong to the Independent Liberal Party (PLI) and its ally, the Sandinista Renovation Movement. They were dismissed for refusing to comply with the Supreme Court’s appointment of Pedro Reyes, one of President Ortega’s “unconditional” politicians, as the new PLI president.

With this arrangement, and Ortega’s immediate announcement of Rosario Murillo as his running mate, all the formalities and pillars of representative democracy in the Central American nation have been weakened.




Family members serving as members of government. The poor being openly preyed upon to serve the needs of the rich. Violence in the name of the status quo. Paramilitaries, supported by official agencies in the name of maintaining a stranglehold on power. This is how a dictatorship rolls. It’s happening in Nicaragua right now. While the cadence of events may be different, it’s beginning to happen here, too.

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Police called on state representative for canvassing while black

Четверг, 05 Июля 2018 г. 17:41 (ссылка)


Oregon State Representative Janelle Bynum, who is running for reelection, was canvassing in Clackamas County when one of her constituents called the police. Why? According to Bynum's Facebook post, the resident thought she was acting suspiciously "going door to door and spending a lot of time typing on (her) cell phone after each house."



She praised the deputy who responded for being professional, and said she asked him if she could meet the woman who made the call, but she was not available.


"The officer called her, we talked and she did apologize," Bynum said, without specifying the race of the caller.




(CNN)

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