Video: Hero cop beats homeless black woman in store

Think about this seriously: We have given these people authority over us?

You and I have agreed to give our freedom up to armed thugs?

We the people as a nation approve of beating , killing and bullying on our streets?

I think not

The time is coming that we need to take our freedom back

We now live in a defacto police state on both the federal and the local level

We need to get the domestic warriors off of our streets and put them behind bars where they belong

 

 

 

 

Dallas’ interim police chief fires 4 employees, including officer charged in fatal shooting

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Posted by Deborah Jarrett

Wow! What a bunch of degenerates these guys are. Child abuse, failure to render aid, aggravated assault and lying.  But where the problem lies is that they are just now getting fired. These are long time “Heroes” who have been on the force for decades.     Only now under media scrutiny for blowing the Holy Hell out of an unarmed woman are they getting cut.     And to top it off this is from a Dept. who has not charged an officer related shooting in 43 years. Let me emphasize that: FORTY THREE YEARS!       Do you think that it is because all of the officers exercised due diligence when discharging their firearm for Four decades?      Sounds a little preposterous doesn’t it? My guess would be a whole lot of cops investigating cops and finding no wrong doing.       And this type of thing is not relegated only to Dallas. Blue privilege is present in every single incident that takes place nationwide. It is us against them and the guy you trust, the one in blue,  is automatically assumed to be innocent. With the 43 year history of no charges in Dallas though, it has to go deeper than a presumption of innocence.

“Dallas’ interim police Chief David Pughes on Wednesday terminated four employees, including an officer charged in a deadly shooting and a 911 call taker.

Officer Christopher Hess is among those who were fired at the hearing. Hess reportedly violated the department’s felony traffic stop policy, use of deadly force policy and placed a person in greater danger than necessary, police said.

Hess was charged last month in the January fatal shooting of 21-year-old Genevive Dawes. Officials said Hess and a second officer responded to a call in Old East Dallas that involved a reportedly stolen vehicle.”

“When officers showed up, Dawes backed up into their squad car with the vehicle and drove forward into a fence. When she reversed again, officers fired into the vehicle, police said.

A federal wrongful-death lawsuit filed against the city claims that Dawes bought the car a month before the shooting and refutes accounts that she rammed the patrol car.

The suit also says Hess and the other officer fired at least 13 shots into the passenger window, striking Dawes in the neck, right triceps, left arm, chest, right forearm and right earlobe.

Hess has been charged with aggravated assault. The other officer was placed on restricted duty.

Hess was hired in August 2006 and was assigned to the central patrol division.”

“Also terminated Wednesday was Sr. Cpl. Keith Huber, who was involved in a disturbance on May 11, 2016, in which Midlothian police were called.

In December, Huber was arrested on a charge from September of injury to a child with intent to cause bodily injury.  He is accused of beating the child who was younger than 14 with a surge protector, WFAA-TV (Channel 8) reported. 

An investigation also showed Huber violated the administrative leave policy from Dec. 22 to Dec. 28, police said.

Huber, a 16-year veteran of the department, was assigned to the central patrol division.

Pughes also terminated Officer Holly Carter, a three-year veteran of the department who was involved in an auto accident in September in Lancaster and failed to stop and render aid. Instead, she reportedly went to a nearby gas station to check on her vehicle, WFAA reported.

The investigation also found that in December, Carter provided inconsistent or misleading information in an internal statement.

Carter had been assigned to the southeast patrol division. ”

“Tony Marzett, a 911 call taker, was also terminated Wednesday. He was indicted by a Dallas County grand jury in April on a charge of aggravated assault causing severe bodily injury for a incident on New Year’s Eve at an Irving Walgreens.

Marzett reportedly started yelling at a woman for taking too long to get out of her vehicle. He then pushed the woman to the ground and punched her in the face when she stood back up, according to court documents. The woman fell backwards, breaking her arm in two places.

Marzett, who was hired in March 2008, admitted in an interview to hitting the woman in the face.”

Dallas news here: https://www.dallasnews.com/news/dallas-police/2017/07/05/dallas-interim-police-chief-fires-4-employees-including-officer-charged-fatal-shooting?platform=hootsuite

 

Welcome to Florida: Pinellas deputy resigns after investigation reveals racist, pornographic content on phone

   Yes that’s right: It’s only a few bad apples. And really, they are not racist at all.   That is why if you go to Google, Put in the search term “Officer arrested” and hit ” news”, hundreds of recent results pop up.     It is amazing what these heroes in blue are up to. Besides porn and racism they are being picked up for assault, battery, rape, child rape, robbery and even murder.  Don’t believe me? Go ahead and search for yourself.   You will find that when I post my “Hero of the week” segments there is no funny business concerning the amount of arrests.    This is what happens when you seek out people who want to have power over others.  No one just wakes up one morning and says” I want to wear a badge and a gun and exercise control over my fellow man”.     It is who these people are; And it does not make for good people. It makes for people who feel that they have a sense of entitlement. It  makes for people who have more in common with bullies and wife beaters than with your average person.      We do not need a police force full of domestic warriors terrorizing our streets.  We need public servants who are honored to do their only duty which is to serve and protect.    As long as the current trend in hiring continues this is only going to get worse. We now live in a defacto police state and serious change must happen or our very freedom is is gone.

PINELLAS COUNTY, Fla. – A Pinellas County deputy has resigned after offensive content was found on his personal cell phone during a separate investigation into an alleged extramarital affair with a corrections deputy.

Shawn Pappas, 46, was employed with the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office for 10 years before he resigned at the end of February. He became a corporal approximately 3 years ago.

The content on his phone was racist, sexist and pornographic in nature. There were dozens of pornographic photos of women and offensive memes that were sent and received while Pappas was both on and off duty.

One of the memes mocked the Women’s March in D.C. and said “In one day, Trump got more fat women out walking, than Michelle Obama did in 8 years.

Another showed a white child next to a monkey and reads “Stop Racism, black children and white children are the same.”

There were also memes sent that mocked people with Down Syndrome, gay men and American Indians.

Investigators also discovered videos Pappas made while on duty.

When Pappas was confronted about the content, he resigned from the Sheriff’s Office. Investigators say they would have fired him, had he not resigned.

Story here with video: http://www.abcactionnews.com/news/region-pinellas/pinellas-deputy-resigns-after-investigation-reveals-racist-pornographic-content-on-phone?platform=hootsuite

Welcome to Florida: Jacksonville cop caught beating handcuffed teen, seventh JSO cop arrested this year

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Posted by Deborah Jarrett

“JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – For the second time in less than a month, an officer with the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office was arrested Saturday, JSO Undersheriff Pat Ivey announced.

Ivey said the agency arrested Officer Timothy James, 38, who has had more than three years of experience with JSO. He is facing one count battery charges following an incident that started at a gas station around the 1900 block of Atlantic Boulevard around 4 a.m.

A patrol sergeant was flagged down by an off-duty JSO recruit who said he had information about two individuals who were wanted in another jurisdiction. During this discussion, a truck pulled up and the JSO recruit said the individuals were in the truck.

The sergeant called for back-up who ended up being Officer James. The officers made contact with the suspects, ran their backgrounds, then detained them after they got a “hit,” Ivey said.

Both the suspects, a 17-year-old and an 18-year-old were handcuffed and placed in Officer James’ patrol vehicle. The 18-year-old was identified as Abel Campos from Orlando, according to JSO. First Coast News has chosen not to identify the 17-year-old because he is a minor.

As the sergeant was walking away to his patrol vehicle, he noticed James walking away from the backseat where the suspects were placed. One of the suspects then told the sergeant James had hit him, Ivey said. The sergeant inspected the teen and James, but didn’t see any injuries or evidence that the teen had been hit.

The sergeant went back to his vehicle and was proceeding to verify the warrant on the two suspects. When he looked over, Ivey said the sergeant saw James remove the 17-year-old, threw him on the ground and a struggle ensued. Ivey said Campos then got out of the car and hopped on top of James, who then threw the teen to the ground as well. Both the suspects were still in handcuffs, Ivey said.

When the sergeant detained the Campos, he said James “was beating on my brother,” Ivey said.

A second cage unit – or the vehicles where police officers transport suspects – was requested. The sergeant told James to put the 17-year-old back in his patrol vehicle while he held Campos.

Ivey said James not only put the 17-year-old in the backseat, but he also got in the car with him and struck him several times in the face with a closed fist. The sergeant repeatedly asks James to stop. The incident was witnessed by the off-duty JSO recruit.

After the second cage unit arrived, Campos was placed in the vehicle. The sergeant immediately called and reported the incident. JSO conducted an investigation and James was arrested before 1 p.m. He was charged with one count of battery”

To Perve: Sheriff arrested for indecency

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Posted by Deborah Jarrett

You don’t get default hero status just by strapping on a gun and pinning a badge on

Hero is an action, not a color

Any time that you think that you should believe a cop simply because he is a cop and swore an oath

Remember this guy

Just a bad apple?

Go to google put in the term “Officer arrested”, hit “News” and see what pops up

It is not a few bad apples

It is a whole bunch of bad apples

“Gov. Nathan Deal on Monday suspended DeKalb County Sheriff Jeff Mann from office for 40 days after an investigation into his arrest for allegedly exposing himself, then running from police in Piedmont Park.

Deal suspended Mann for a shorter period than the 60-day maximum allowed under state law. The 40-day suspension was recommended by an investigatory committee made up of two sheriffs and Attorney General Chris Carr.

The suspension with pay doesn’t end Mann’s legal ordeal. He faces a July 7 trial in trial in Atlanta Municipal Court, and he’s also being investigated by the Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council, which could suspend or revoke his license. A revocation of Mann’s license would result in his removal from office.

Mann pleaded not guilty but hasn’t provided an explanation. He previously has said he will clear his name. An incident report said a police officer saw Mann expose himself May 6, then flee when the officer identified himself and turned his flashlight on Mann. He was apprehended about a quarter-mile away after leading the officer on a foot chase through Midtown Atlanta streets.”

http://www.myajc.com/news/local-govt–politics/dekalb-sheriff-jeff-mann-suspended-days-after-indecency-arrest/DTp2LsWyRgjSxLHpeHBPjI/?platform=hootsuite

The hero files : Cops arrested compilation June 5 2017

Graft, corruption, rape , child porn and senseless beatings. That’s right, these are the Roid popping, road raging domestic warriors that we call our public servants.   They are heroes one and all because every day they put on a uniform and gun  and “Put their lives on the line”.   Oh that’s right , I meant to say “Put their lies on the line”. Their job is not even in the top 10 most dangerous. Cops are actually behind Landscape supervisors. That’s right, you want to find a hero? Talk to the guy in the uniform that runs the lawn crew. You are much less likely to beaten, robbed or lied about by him anyway.     Read on the list below and remember  these degenerates in blue the next time you see a cop or listen to one in court. Hero is an action…  Not a color

To serve: Cop accidentally shoots teacher then tries to destroy evidence

“I feel that because of the circumstances, it’s necessary I impose some incarceration,” he said. I need to show the school community that even good people who make mistakes need to be punished”

Good people? What this guy is a hero? He is a scumbag just like the judge who sentenced him. Good people don’t hit people with live rounds and then try to ditch the evidence. The system is so corrupt that this judge cannot see a dirtbag when faced with one simply because he is part of the same system. This guy needs hard jail time, not thirty days. There should be special penalties for cops who break the law. and defile their oath and the public trust

“BAY CITY, MI — After two decades on the force, a Bay County Sheriff’s deputy is to spend a month in jail for firing a gun in a high school classroom, causing a bullet to strike a teacher.

However, if he stays out of further trouble, he’ll avoid having a felony on his record.

Wearing a gray suit, Adam J. Brown on Monday, May 22, appeared before Bay County Circuit Judge Harry P. Gill for sentencing. It initially appeared as though Brown would not be incarcerated, as part of the plea deal he accepted in April stipulated he would receive a delayed sentence for one year.

While Gill did delay sentencing Brown until April 23, 2018, he also ordered Brown to serve 30 days in jail. Between his release from jail and the April date, Brown will effectively be on probation. If he complies with all the resultant terms, he’ll be allowed to withdraw his no contest plea of tampering with evidence, a four-year felony, and instead plead to two misdemeanors.

“This is a very difficult case,” Judge Gill said. “There is no question… that you have led an exemplary life. I think you are probably a very fine human being.”

He added that the precipitating incident is two-fold tragedy, both for Brown and for the teacher he wounded, who is continuing to suffer emotional trauma.

“For a guy that has spent his adult life concerned about firearms safety, this was a very adolescent act,” Gill said. “But there are more important aspects of this case. There are two reasons I would surmise that police officers are in school. One is the obvious one of security, and the second one is as a role model. It appears for many, many years you were exemplary as a role model. You made a very poor decision to lie about what happened. You attempted to destroy evidence, or to hide it. What you did was a very human decision — one that many of us might make.

“We never know when faced with the decision to do the right thing or the wrong thing what we will do when faced with that pressure. You were under great pressure, you were frightened, you were embarrassed, in fear of losing your job, your reputation, your career. Many of us being human may not have had the courage to do the right thing, but it was the wrong decision. The court needs to take cognizance that it was the wrong decision.”

Despite his expression of sympathy for Brown, the judge felt a message needed to be sent.

“I feel that because of the circumstances, it’s necessary I impose some incarceration,” he said. I need to show the school community that even good people who make mistakes need to be punished”