Who’s gun pulling you over? : Lying cop busted planting gun in vehicle

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Posted by Deborah Jarrett

It should be real simple to accomplish police reform; Turn off your body cam and get a free ride to jail in your own squad car.    Every cop in the country should be required to wear one and to turn it off should be a felony. The body cam footage should be public record and immediately available for review without edit. It is about time that our out of control “Public servants” be brought back into control by those who supply their paychecks.

“A Queens cop is facing a misconduct charge after a shady gun arrest during a car stop, according to cops and police sources.

Police Officer Kevin Martin, 43, was arrested around 12:30 p.m. Thursday and cut free with a desk appearance ticket for official misconduct and tampering with evidence, according to police and prosecutors.

Police sources say the charges stem from a car stop where the cop claimed to have found an illegal firearm — but when he pulled the vehicle over his body-worn camera wasn’t rolling.

Martin later turned the camera on, showing him pull the gun from the car, but the time didn’t match up to the stop, according to the sources.

“We commend the Internal Affairs Bureau, in partnership with the Queens District Attorney’s Office, for a thorough investigation,” the NYPD said in a statement. “The internal investigation is ongoing and the officer’s current duty status is suspended without pay. We have no further comment.”

https://nypost.com/2020/07/31/nypd-officer-charged-with-misconduct-after-firearm-arrest/

Who’s pulling you over? : Dallas cop arrested for child pornography

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Senior Corporal Daniel Collins was arrested by Homeland Security on Thursday

A Dallas policea long t officer has been arrested charged with transportation of child pornography.

Senior Corporal Daniel Collins was arrested by Homeland Security Investigations on Thursday.

He is being held in the Tarrant County Jail with no bond set.

Dallas Police Officer Arrested and Charged With Transportation of Child Pornography

Who’s pulling you over? : Mooresville police officer accused of perjury and falsifying arrests

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Posted by Deborah Jarrett

Mark Bailey pulled a baggie of marijuana from a suspect’s pocket. Bailey later said the man handed it to him.

A witness wasn’t sure if she could identify a suspect. Bailey urged her to identify him anyway.

Falsifying police reports to support his arrests.

These alleged actions and others are why Bailey, a former Mooresville police officer, is now facing eight felony perjury charges.

Bailey, who was with the Mooresville Police Department for nearly six years, was arrested and charged last week after being accused of submitting false police reports and lying about his interactions with suspects.

https://www.indystar.com/story/news/crime/2020/07/16/mark-bailey-moorseville-police-officer-perjury/5443302002/

Cops turned off body cameras and then lied about beating in hospital room

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“There are new details in the arrest of two Fort Pierce police officers who face charges after a patient was beaten at Lawnwood Regional Medical Center.

Court records reveal efforts to cover up what happened inside a hospital room that included turning off their body cameras.

Now, a Fort Pierce city leader is calling for stricter rules.

On Feb. 20, surveillance video inside the hospital recorded the moments officer Albert Eckrode slapped and punched a patient, who investigators say was intoxicated and using racial slurs toward a black female officer Monica Frederic.

Court records reveal every officer in the room turned off their body cameras.

“So, had it not been for the recording in Lawnwood, we wouldn’t know to this day what happened,” said Fort Pierce Commissioner Reggie Sessions.

Investigators said officer Eckrode was provoking the patient to keep using the n-word. And before throwing punches, records show Eckrode checked that each officer had their camera off.”

 

Frederic told investigators she “should have known something was going to happen when Officer Eckrode asked if their cameras were activated.”

Frederic is charged for lying in her report about what happened and also showing her summary of events to Officer Eckrode before submitting it.

Investigators said she lied that Eckrode was spit on and kicked by the patient, provoking the beating. They also said that she tried to get another officer to tell the same story.

She also is accused of making a second report, saying that didn’t actually happen.

Eckrode is also accused of telling the same lie in his report.

“When you have those type of officers who just saying, ‘to hell with the rules and the regulations, I’m going to cover it up,’ like what happened here, that needs to be handled,” said Sessions.

Sessions worries too often body cameras aren’t catching criminal activity.”

The rest here:https://www.wflx.com/2020/06/11/fort-pierce-police-body-cameras-under-new-scrutiny/

More lying cops : Video evidence increasingly disproves police narratives

Just a short while ago the cops who killed George Floyd would have skated. A concerted lie ” All I did was hold him down while he resisted” would have done it.   Now, they are caught on video at every turn and there is nothing they can do about it.

“Minneapolis police initially told the public that George Floyd died after a “medical incident during a police interaction.” The Buffalo, New York, department said a protester “tripped and fell.” Philadelphia police alleged that a college student who suffered a serious head wound had assaulted an officer.

All three claims were quickly disproved by videos seen widely on the internet and television, fueling mistrust and embarrassing agencies that made misleading or incomplete statements that painted their actions in a far more favorable light.

Police departments deny lying but acknowledge sometimes making mistakes when releasing information in fast-moving, complicated situations. The videos, they say, do not always capture officers’ perspectives.

Defense lawyers say the inaccurate statements are encouraged by a culture of silence in which officers protect misbehaving colleagues, a court system that rarely holds officers accountable and a public that has given police the benefit of the doubt.”

https://apnews.com/a172fb01bdb74b4159b39da390d9e79e

Compilation of Cops arrested week of 6-1-2020 : Child molestation, beatings, brutality, and more

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A few bad apples : Tree Bearing fruit after the death of George Floyd

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The old adage, a few bad apples spoils the bunch, has been shown to be true

Now that rotten bunch is responsible for America’s cities burning with the fire of righteous rage

This is about color alright

But not about black or white

This is about blue and the color of law

This is about the privilege and immunity from justice that comes simply by being a “sworn officer of the court”

This is about The ability to abuse, bully and even kill those that they are sworn to serve and protect without repercussion because they are able to lie and be believed

This is about bad cops in general, Guys Like Officer Dustin Mormando from Hernando county Fl. Who not only lies, but also tries to shake down his victims for money on the road side

This is about Bad cops like Emmanuel Tsongranis,  a Florida fish and wildlife officer who will lie under oath in a court, contradicting his previous testimony and then bend the law in front of a crooked Judge to get his way

This is about all of these bad apples and the very tree that they grow upon

And now, that tree has grown so large and so crooked that all of those bad apples

Bushel after bushel, are loosed upon the streets of America

That rotten fruit, grown from crooked and misshapen branches

Are finally running into justice

There are so many incidents, so many deaths and so much video

That they can no longer lie their way out of it

Or hide behind blue privilege

Killing after killing after killing has been recorded

Abuse, torture, illegalities

And now

The rubber has finally hit the road

Get ready America

It’s harvest time

It is time to pluck those bad apples and purge their rot and disease from the the rest of the lot

It is time to start over

This has gone too far to change with investigations and new guide lines

This has gone too far to change with a few blithe lies and assurances from slimy politicians

This has to be the beginning of something new

Not the continuation of the same old crap attached to the empty promises of someone attached to power

The tree that bear this fruit needs to be replaced entirely

By that of Liberty

Liberty Aut Mors

 

 

 

A cop is a cop is a cop :Amy Klobuchar didn’t prosecute officer at center of George Floyd’s death after previous conduct complaints

“George Floyd’s death in police custody is renewing criticism of Sen. Amy Klobuchar’s (D-Minn.) prosecutorial record.

Before she became a senator and a top contender for former Vice President Joe Biden’s vice presidential spot, Klobuchar spent eight years as the Hennepin County attorney, in charge of prosecution for Minneapolis. And while in that position, Klobuchar declined to prosecute multiple police officers cited for excessive force, and did not prosecute the officer who kneeled on Floyd’s neck as he protested, The Guardian reports.

Ex-Minneapolis police officer Derick Chauvin saw at least 10 conduct complaints during his 19-year tenure before he was fired Tuesday, according to a database that documents complaints against police”

https://theweek.com/speedreads/916926/amy-klobuchar-didnt-prosecute-officer-center-george-floyds-death-after-previous-conduct-complaints