Disarm the police


It’s very simple

There is no reason that a guy doing traffic stops or doing routine duty needs a gun

The biggest fear that an officer has is that he will be disarmed and shot with his own duty weapon

Only the smallest percentage of calls ever end up in using a gun and often times it is the gun itself being drawn that escalates the situation

Let them keep a gun in their car just like many citizens do

If it’s needed ; It is close by

If a violent situation arises, send cops wearing guns

It is ridiculous that a cop would have a traffic interaction with an 80 Yr. old woman and have a gun on his hip

It is ridiculous that a cop just walking arounb in public has a gun on his hip

Do you want to stop people being needlessly shot?

Then let’s start with the shooters

Remove the threat that they feel

And remove the threat that they are


4 Disabled People Dead in Another Week of Police Brutality

Posted by Deborah Jarrett

Police don’t need better training; they need to stop treating noncompliance as justification for violence.

Ex-police officer arrested near White House with arsenal of weapons

Special rules for special people.  What do you think his retirement for “Medical ” reasons was?     I think you guessed it. But do they turn the nut case in to make sure that he is disarmed?     Certainly not, not to one of their own.   There are special rules when you are on the other side of the “Thin blue line” and they will do what they can to protect you.

“A former Tennessee police officer was arrested outside the White House Sunday with an arsenal of weapons in his car, authorities said.

Timothy Joseph Bates allegedly told authorities that he came seeking for help to remove a chip implanted in his head.

Bates was reportedly stopped near the White House. He told officers that he was “blackjacked” in the head by the Memphis Police Department and a chip was implanted in his head, FOX5 reported.

Bates allegedly told the officer that he was offered $28.7 million by the Department of Homeland Security and the state of Tennessee to participate in a special C.I.A-managed project called “MK Ultra.”

He also said to have travelled to Washington, DC. “to speak with Adm. Mike Rogers and Gen. Jim Mattis for advice on missing paychecks and how to get the dog chip out of my head”

“The Memphis Police Department confirmed that Bates had been a police officer for 13 years before resigning in 2013. Court documents revealed the Tennessee man was allowed to retire for medical reasons”


Heroes in blue: Compilation of cops arrested 9/22/2017


Sheriff’s deputy arrested, accused of stealing cash, credit cards from …

Atlanta Journal ConstitutionSep 20, 2017
The case evolved into a narcotics investigation in which the person who reported the burglary, Sammy Shehata, was arrested for allegedly …
Story image for deputy arrested from KARK

Update: Pulaski Co. Deputy Arrested in Saline Co. Resigns

KARKSep 20, 2017
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – A deputy with the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office (PCSO) is jailed in Benton after being arrested in a weekend incident.
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Deputy used stolen credit cards to buy baby items, Orange County …

Orlando SentinelSep 20, 2017
An Orange County Sheriff’s deputy who was suspended and arrested on theft charges Tuesday used stolen credit cards he took from a suspect …
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Sheriff’s deputy arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting 2 inmates

Los Angeles TimesSep 14, 2017
A Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy was arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting two inmates inside a county jail facility, Sheriff Jim …
LA County Sheriff’s Deputy Accused of Rape at Women’s Jail
Highly CitedNBC Southern CaliforniaSep 14, 2017

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Pulaski Co. deputy arrested on battery, assault charges

KATVSep 18, 2017
According to the Saline County Sheriff’s Office, Pulaski County Deputy Daniel Cantwell, 27, of White Hall, was arrested just after 4:10 a.m …
Story image for deputy arrested from WRTV Indianapolis

Delaware County Sheriff’s Department deputy arrested on drug …

WRTV IndianapolisSep 15, 2017
DELAWARE COUNTY, Ind. — A deputy with the Delaware County Sheriff’s Department was arrested on drug charges late Wednesday night.
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Deputy arrested for domestic violence while off duty

KTALSep 19, 2017
Bossier Parish – Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington has terminated a Bossier deputy following an off-duty incident that occurred in Bossier City.
Story image for deputy arrested from Lost Coast Outpost

Lost Coast Outpost

Former Humboldt County Correctional Deputy arrested on child …

KRCRTV.COMSep 19, 2017
The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed that Corey Fisher, a former Humboldt County Correctional Deputy, has been arrested on …
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Anderson deputy arrested in domestic case; SLED says incident on …

Anderson Independent MailSep 15, 2017
An Anderson County Sheriff’s Office deputy has been arrested after a “domestic disturbance” at his home, the agency announced late Friday …
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3 Newark customs officers suspended for hazing on “Rape table”

Posted by Deborah Jarrett

How did this bunch ever pass the psych test and wind up with guns in public?

If this is what they do to their colleagues, imagine what they do to someone they have control over

Some of this stuff you just can’t make up

Stay safe

And stay away from LEO

They are dangerous to your health and liberty

“Three Customs and Border Patrol agents have been arrested after their colleagues in Newark Airport’s Passenger Enforcement Roving Team alleged the agents verbally abused and physically harassed them on a “rape table” in Terminal C.

CNN reports that Tito Catota, 38, Parmenio I. Perez, 40, and Michael Papagni, 32, have been charged with forcibly assaulting, impeding, intimidating and interfering with two male officers. They face up to eight years in prison and a $250,000 fine.

“The defendants, who were members of a unit responsible for identifying dangerous contraband and threats to national security, allegedly subjected their own colleagues to senseless physical abuse, all while on duty at Newark Liberty International Airport,” acting US Attorney William E. Fitzpatrick said in a statement. “This behavior would be abhorrent in any environment, especially one serving a critical law enforcement function.”

Officer Vito Degironimo spoke out about the abuse in May, telling NBC New York, “Hazing wouldn’t do this justice. This is complete assault. They take you in a room and your fellow officers are all watching as officers grab you.”

“Once the lights go out, they grab you up like a gang, and they forcibly throw you on the table and one officer actually ends up mounting me and pretty much riding me like a horse,” he said. “They called the table itself the rape table, and call this act ‘raping.’”


Cop who brutalized nurse for not drawing blood fired from paramedic job


“A Utah officer who arrested a nurse after she refused to draw blood from an unconscious patient has been fired from his part-time job as a paramedic.

Dashcam footage showed Detective Jeff Payne dragging a nurse out of a hospital and handcuffing her after she said his request was against policy.

Emergency response service Gold Cross Ambulance said Mr Payne had been fired “effective immediately”.

Mr Payne and another officer had been placed on paid administrative leave.

The company said in a statement that though Mr Payne was not working for Gold Cross Ambulance at the time of the incident, “we take his inappropriate remarks regarding patient transports seriously”.

The incident, filmed on 26 July, shows Mr Payne physically dragging nurse Alex Wubbels from the University of Utah Hospital as she screamed: “I’ve done nothing wrong!”

He was heard saying he would retaliate against the hospital when he said: “I’ll bring them all the transients and take good patients elsewhere.”

Mr Payne and other Salt Lake City police officers had requested a blood sample from an unconscious crash victim who was admitted to the burn unit and in a coma.

He said in a police report that he wanted the man’s blood sample to protect him rather than prosecute him.

But Ms Wubbels denied the request and handed the officers a copy of the hospital’s policy, which does not allow blood to be drawn from a patient who had not given permission or had not been arrested.”

The rest here with video: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-41179342

And this is who these people are

Notice that he was fired as a paramedic but not a cop?

Gee, I wonder why?

Could it be that the PD thinks the only mistake he made was getting caught on camera?

Most likely ; This is normal behavior for a large portion of cops

The only difference is that he cannot make up a story to fit his narrative because he is on video

Do you think that she thought that she was safe that day?

If so pick one reason from the list below:

  1. She was a law abiding citizen
  2. She was a nurse
  3. She was going to be at work surrounded by medical personnel
  4. She had done nothing wrong

Did you pick a reason?

Well if you did you are as wrong as she was

Whenever you are in the presence of LEO and interact with them


Make sure , for your safety, you record every incident with them

Do not let them lie or exaggerate

Had this incident not been recorded, she almost certainly been arrested and charged with resisting/Obstruction !





Ohio deputy shoots news photographer during traffic stop

Feel safe yet? Cops shoot citizens every day until they start to shoot back. Now they are so frightened that they are randomly shooting at anything that resembles a gun.     Think I am kidding? Read this news excerpt from 2013:

” Officers were on a heightened state of alert, given Dorner’s previous violence against police and a report that Dorner was in the area; the officers were conducting a security detail “with limited planning or tactical instruction”; the truck that Margie Carranza and her then-71-year-old mother, Emma Hernandez, were driving was similar to Dorner’s; and the sound of the women’s newspapers slapping against driveways resembled gunshots. “

Similar truck? Yes, it was a truck and had 4 wheels, that was how it was similar. Other than that it was a totally different make and color than the killers. And seriously, newspapers that sounded like gunshots? Someone needs to get these frightened little men off of the streets.

With all of the trouble they have stirred up shooting people, they now have a real reason to worry. Fear and frightened men with a gun do not go well together.


“Photographer Andy Grimm of the New Carlisle (Ohio) News said he harbors no anger toward the sheriff’s deputy who shot him Monday evening while he was setting up his camera equipment.

“There’s so much animosity toward police officers,” Grimm said. “He was just doing his job. I think he made a bad decision.”

Clark County sheriff’s deputy Jake Shaw was placed on administrative leave Tuesday. The sheriff’s office said Shaw will attend a “critical incident debriefing” after Monday’s shooting in New Carlisle, north of Dayton.

“He shot somebody, an unarmed civilian,” Grimm said. “Realistically there’s going to be consequences.”

Grimm said he got out of his Jeep to take photos of a traffic stop and started setting up a tripod and camera when he was shot in the side.

It was late Monday evening and a lightning storm was rolling in.

“My camera was already on the tripod and I grabbed it and turned and I just hear pop, pop,” Grimm told Dayton TV station Fox 45. “I did not hear a single warning. Did not hear the deputy identify himself. I said, ‘What the —- Jake Shaw? You shot me, dude.’”

Grimm said Shaw ran over to him after quickly realizing what happened.

“He said, ‘Oh my God, Andy,’ then he made the call, ‘Shots fired, got a man down.’ He definitely told me, he said, ‘I thought it was a gun, I thought it was a gun,'” Grimm said.”