Hero in blue rapes relative, tries to convince her to lie about it


“An Indio police officer has been arrested on suspicion of raping an adult relative at his Palm Desert home, according to documents obtained by The Desert Sun Thursday.

Sergio Herrera Ramirez, 34, was arrested Aug. 31 but is out of custody after posting $85,000 bail, according to Riverside County jail records. He’s scheduled to be arraigned Oct. 14 in Riverside County Superior Court on multiple rape-related charges.

He’s accused of raping the victim between 2 and 4 a.m. Aug. 6, according to a declaration in support of an arrest warrant, which included graphic details of the incident.

The victim was in bed when the suspect entered the room and lay next to her, Riverside County Sheriff’s Investigator Rebecca Smith wrote in the declaration.

The victim felt uncomfortable and moved to a couch in another room, Smith wrote. She later woke up and found Ramirez on the couch with his hand gripping her inner thigh.

“She woke up and thought ‘Oh my God, this isn’t really happening. This is not a good dream. This is a nightmare. This isn’t happening,'” Smith wrote, adding the victim viewed the suspect as a father figure.

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According to the declaration, the victim “froze” as the suspect removed the woman’s clothes and raped her. At one point, he told the victim “You don’t look ‘OK,'” but later kept telling her “You’re so hot.”

Afterward, the victim fled to a friend’s home before telling family members about the rape. They took her to Eisenhower Medical Center in Rancho Mirage to be examined, but the suspect’s wife washed the clothes the victim wore the night of the rape and tried to convince her to lie to police about what occurred, according to the declaration.

No one else has been charged in the case, according to John Hall, spokesman for the Riverside County District Attorney’s office”


Thank goodness he went home safe that night, huh?

Regular hero

Before you judge someone by what they wear

Maybe you should wonder why they wear it

What do cops and rapists have in common?


Control and violence

What do cops and child molesters have in common?

A need for power and a need for control

What do wife beaters and cops have in common?

A need for power and control

And they are willing to use violence to get it

Did you know that cops are 4 times more likely to be domestic batters?

And six times less likely to be arrested?

Think they joined to “Help people”?

They joined to be tough guys

To Wear a gun and throw their asses around because they have back up and a badge

So once again before you judge someone a “Hero” because of what they wear

Wonder why they wear it in the first place


A few bad apples : Deputy sentenced on child porn

Greene County deputy sheriff Juan Jones.
Posted By Deborah Jarrett

“A former Greene County sheriff’s deputy was sentenced Wednesday afternoon for receiving and distributing child pornography.

Juan Jones, 28, was given seven years in federal prison without parole, according to a news release from the United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri. He will also be subject to 10 years of supervised release after his sentence.

The release said Jones had been a deputy from 2013 until 2016, when he was arrested.

Officers began investigating in September 2015 when they received a tip from Dropbox, a file hosting website, that Jones’ account contained many files showing child pornography, according to the release.

Investigators searched Jones’ residence on Jan. 6, 2016, and he was arrested the same day. The release said he had more than 1,500 images and 451 videos of child pornography and was using multiple mediums to view, receive and distribute the images and videos.

Jones was the subject of a December 2014 feature story in the News-Leader saying he was the county’s only black patrol deputy.”


So, you are driving down a dark highway and suddenly see cherries in your rearview

Your heart races for a brief moment

But then you look down at your speedometer

You are in a 55 MPH zone and are only doing 49 MPH

You think the squad car is going to pass you

But it doesn’t

He stays close to your bumper

His strobes illuminating the interior of your vehicle with staccato bursts of light

You realize that he is pulling you over

And  you slowly steer to the side of the road

You are now stopped and alone in the the darkness

You and the man with the badge and gun

But you have nothing to worry about

You weren’t speeding


Hero in blue busted on child pornography

Posted by Deborah Lee Jarrett

“A New Castle County Police officer was arrested Monday on child pornography charges.

Delaware State Police handcuffed 45-year-old Robert Vasecka of Newark on more than two dozen counts of dealing in child pornography.

The Delaware Child Predator Task Force was led to Vasecka after someone in a public online chat room reported that a user uploaded suspected child porn images.

The attorney general’s office said a search of Vasecka’s cellphone turned up at least 25 images of child pornography.”


Next time you see a cop

You should wonder who is behind that shiny badge

And who’s hand rests on that gun

Is it a hero?

Tasked with protecting and serving his community?

Part of the thin blue line that stands between us defenseless citizens and anarchy?

Or is it some power hungry degenerate

Some one who got the job just to control

To bully

And to order other people around

A few bad apples?

Go to the search box here on my page

Put in rape

Put in child pornography

Put in officer arrested

A few bad apples?

Those are the ones who got caught

Those are the ones that I have published here

And for every one I publish

I pass up on twenty

There are so many stinking bad apples out there

They have spoiled the bushel


Blue privilege at its worst: Police chief arrested for selling pain pills pleas down and keeps his job

“PORTVILLE — The officer who was in charge of the Portville Police Department has pleaded guilty to two noncriminal violations after being charged with two felony drug-related charges nearly a year ago.

Ronald Brisbee, 53, was arrested Sept. 23, 2015, on felony charges of fifth-degree criminal possession, sale of a controlled substance, and official misconduct, a misdemeanor. On Friday, he pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and a state Public Health Law violation of possession of a controlled substance outside its original container to satisfy the charges.

He was given a conditional discharge on the disorderly conduct charge and an unconditional discharge on the state Health Law violation.

Brisbee has been on administrative leave from his village police post. Mayor Emily Woodhead assumed administrative duties after Brisbee’s arrest.

State police investigators alleged Brisbee illegally possessed and sold pain medication to another person while on duty on Sept. 22, 2015. The arrest was the result of a joint investigation by the state police’s Bureau of Criminal Investigations and Community Narcotics Enforcement Team.

Special Prosecutor John Nelson of Ellicottville told the Times Herald on Tuesday “state police did an excellent job investigating the case,” but that there were “significant issues with the complainant that jeopardized further prosecution.” He did not elaborate.

The mayor advocated for Brisbee’s return, Nelson said. “The village wanted him back.”

“It came down to making sure justice was done,” Nelson said, “which would not be done with the issues with the complainant that arose.” The issues included “serious factual issues,” he added.

Until his arrest last September, Brisbee had a spotless record in the Portville Police Department, where he started as a part-time patrolman in 2002. In 2006, he became officer in charge.

Cattaraugus County District Attorney Lori Rieman recused herself from the Brisbee investigation and prosecution.

“(Brisbee) is a witness in some of our cases, so it’s inappropriate for us to prosecute him. It gives the appearance of impropriety. I’m out of the loop on this one,” Rieman replied when asked to comment on the plea agreement.

Nelson was named special prosecutor in the case.”



“Connors said. “There were gaps in her (the complainant’s) credibility.” He said there were “exaggerations and outright falsehoods made by the complainant.”

A cop lying about charges?

No way

If that were you or I we sure the hell would not be getting a disorderly conduct

The complainant was a sworn officer of the court

His testimony is given the weight of truth

So who is lying here?

Someone should be in jail


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Here are the 19 reports of police misconduct tracked for Thursday, September 8, 2016:

  • Update: Oak Harbor, Washington (First reported 08-09-16): An officer was federally indicted on child pornography charges for sexting a 13-year-old girl. ow.ly/gX9B30409x5
  • Dallas, Texas: An officer was arrested for domestic violence against his girlfriend at a downtown hotel while he was off duty. ow.ly/3Twg3040afL
  • Update: Seneca, South Carolina (First reported 07-31-15): The officer who fatally shot  Zachary Hammond, an unarmed teen fleeing a drug bust in a car, has been fired. ow.ly/i9183040buK
  • Dallas, Texas: An officer was arrested for trespassing for an incident that happened when he was off duty. He picked up his intoxicated daughter at a party and believed she had been drugged. He went to knock on the door and got no answer and kicked the door down. ow.ly/YtIa3040bSY
  • Framingham State University: An officer was arrested for a lewd act on campus. He allegedly exposed himself to a student. ow.ly/uVlu3040c6x
  • Update: Madison, Alabama (First reported 02-11-15): An officer who was tried multiple times for partially paralyzing an elderly Indian national in a confrontation will be reinstated. ow.ly/BnGT3040cqY
  • Update: Oakland, California (First reported 05-13-16): Four officers were fired and seven were suspended for their roles in the still-growing scandal involving an underage sex worker. ow.ly/foi53041cP3
  • Bridgeport, Connecticut: An officer was arrested for assault and DUI after punching a man he knew in the face and then hitting a fire hydrant with a car. ow.ly/Jnuf3041gzL
  • Update: Washington County, Oregon (First reported 12-15-15): A now-former deputy was sentenced to two years’ probation, serve 80 hours of community service, and pay $12,000 in restitution after pleading guilty to a strangulation assault charge. Upon successful completion of all these conditions, his felony coercion conviction will be dismissed. ow.ly/MmW83041oef
  • Update: Columbus, Mississippi (First reported 07-11-16): An officer who was serving a suspension for a violent personal confrontation that happened on duty was arrested again for domestic violence. ow.ly/7iQb3041oTL
  • Bald Head Island, North Carolina: A public safety officer was arrested for DWI and possessing a concealed weapon while intoxicated. ow.ly/88xu3041pYi
  • Update: Fairview Township, Pennsylvania (First reported 12-21-15): A now-former officer pled guilty to stealing federal funds. He thought he was stealing drug proceeds but was the target of a federal sting. ow.ly/z3Yu3041sfr
  • Update: U.S. Secret Service (First reported 11-11-15): The officer who was fired for sexting someone he believed to be a child while on duty at the White House has been sent to Florida to face child solicitation charges. ow.ly/m8tD3041tfA
  • Update: Adams County, Colorado (First reported 11-30-15): An officer who is currently on trial for assault for kicking a man outside of a bar last year has been fired. ow.ly/qgD03041u9C
  • Update: New Haven, Connecticut (First reported 07-26-16): The embattled chief resigned amid controversy, a recent suspension, and other misconduct allegations. ow.ly/ANdt3041uHc
  • Update: Everett, Massachusetts (First reported 08-17-16): An officer who was charged for strangling and kicking his pregnant wife in the stomach had his charges dropped because she refused to testify against him. ow.ly/kOvk3041vYM
  • Update: Toledo, Ohio (First reported 02-13-15): A now-former officer was acquitted of attempted murder and felony assault. He was convicted of tampering, obstruction of justice, and discharge of a firearm. The case was an alleged revenge murder-for-hire conspiracy. ow.ly/Hm0l3041xOr
  • Update: New York, New York (First reported 12-17-15): A now-former officer was sentenced to three years in prison for molesting a child several times over the course of three years, starting when the victim was 10. ow.ly/eJ2G3041B5e

Cop impregnates child: Perverts with unbound authority to do as they please.


A North Carolina cop impregnated a 14-year-old girl while mentoring her in an attempt to prove that “policemen are good.”

Now Lowell police officer James Paul Blair, 51, is sitting in jail on a charge of statutory rape, according to WSOC-TV.

The girl’s mother said she was reluctant to allow Blair to become friendly with her daughter after she had run away, but allowed it because she had trust in police.

Besides, her daughter wanted to be a cop when she got older. And Blair offered to take along the girl’s little brother on outings as well along with his wife.

But then one day Blair asked the mother to keep the son at home, according to the Gaston Gazette.

And his wife was apparently not around when he took her virginity.

After learning her daughter was pregnant, the mother confronted the cop who admitted everything.

He also told her he wanted the girl to have an abortion to save his own skin.

But the girl’s mother said she does not believe in abortion.

According to WSOC-TV:

She said the veteran officer came to her home asking to connect with her 14-year-old daughter, who had run away before, and her sibling.

“To show them, ‘Hey, policemen are good,’” the mother said.

He would visit often and even took them on a trip. Then the mother discovered text messages that indicated her daughter was pregnant and the officer was the father.


I could just throw up when I read vile stuff like this.  This is not just a few .  I can’t even comment on this because it speaks for itself.