Who would guess that a guy who wants to control people for a living would end up being a child molester? The other cops like to do the high and mighty because he is a child molester , but….. According to the purple Berets , a women’s advocacy cops are 4 times more likely to commit domestic abuse (And six times less to be prosecuted) than the average citizen. Additionally , according to a national police chiefs survey, 47 % of cops witnessed activity by other cops that was illegal and did not report it. (Add the 47% to the ones actually doing the deed and that is a large number) It is the nature of the game that attracts the animal and in this case it attracts bullies, wife beaters, sadists, power mongers and the occasional child molester. The good cops? They are the true rarity and they usually get out of the game when they figure it out . And yes, his name really is Wigglesworth
“Wigglesworth was arrested by the FDLE, which charged him with two counts of sexual battery of a child younger than 12 and three counts of lewd and lascivious molestation of a child younger than 12. According to Sheriff Mike Prendergast, Wigglesworth was hired July 2, 2018.”
“Wigglesworth was booked into the Citrus County Jail and ordered held without bond until after first appearance, which is scheduled for Saturday. The case will be prosecuted by the State Attorney’s Office, Fifth Judicial Circuit.”
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Sounds like a coincidence doesn’t it ? Make sure that the cops don’t have body cams so they can lie, cheat, steal and beat the crap out of people with impunity. But, welcome to the cell phone age because you are on camera. People have had enough of the police state and enough of out of control cops. It is time for them to be reigned in and reminded that we not only pay their salaries, but out number them a 1000 to 1. Smarten up bully boys because you are soon to reap the whirlwind.
“St Johns County deputy sheriff Anthony J Deleo, Jr hit Christopher Butler 19-times with his baton and kicked him in the head twice while Butler was unarmed; and Historic City News readers know this because it was captured on video taken by an alert citizen using his smartphone. The technology for police to create their own video using body cameras has been a possibility since the early-2000’s.
Deleo’s boss, lame-duck sheriff David Shoar, withdrew Deleo’s commission today, ending his employment with the sheriff’s office. Shoar also filed a criminal complaint with the State Attorney of the 7th Judicial Circuit who will review the case and decide if the charge against Deleo will be prosecuted. Deleo is facing a charge of aggravated battery, a second-degree felony, for his use of force against Christopher Butler during the December 29th traffic stop.
Two other deputies who were involved in the incident, Joseph McGinnis and Patrick Ponticello, were placed on paid administrative leave after the video surfaced. Those deputies will not face criminal charges, according to Shoar; but their actions are still being investigated by internal affairs. The trooper who pulled Butler over and used his Taser on him was not disciplined, according to televised reports from an unnamed spokesman with the Florida Highway Patrol.
Butler’s lawyer, Attorney John Phillips, said he is looking into filing suit against the sheriff’s office, as well as the deputies involved. He claims that the lack of camera, particularly with St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office that refuses body cams, and the lack of video oversight, is an attempt to gain immunity.
In a public statement from Phillips, he said that he hopes more arrests are not coming. “We hope reform is coming. This is the first step towards justice. If you have information or have been abused by the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office, please come forward.”
Shoar made a front-page splash recently accompanied by his delegate, St Augustine Beach police chief Robert Hardwick (who is concurrently Robert Hardwick candidate for sheriff). Both men and St Augustine City Police Chief Barry Fox arrogantly proclaimed that body cameras, which monitor an officer’s activity during a shift, invade personal privacy, come at a high cost, and lack sufficient accuracy.”
Beware; any contact you have with LEO can end either your life or your freedom. Read the following and then ask the question “7 shots ?” That’s right 7 shots into a man who at the very least had his hands cuffed behind his back. Color does not a hero make. Do not trust a man on a dark road with handcuffs and a gun, no matter what, even if he is wearing blue. Just think about this; If anything bad happens, you get to make a complaint to a cop from his department. What a joke these thugs are. People have had about enough from this police state and a veritable tidal wave of resistance is coming their way. Get it while you can because the people have had enough,
“A Maryland police officer was arrested and charged with second-degree murder and manslaughter after he fatally shot a man whose arms were handcuffed behind his back inside a squad car on Monday night, authorities said.
Prince George’s County Police Chief Henry Stawinski announced the charges against Cpl. Michael Owen Tuesday evening, saying that after reviewing the facts of the case the chief was unable to provide a “reasonable explanation” for the events that led to the deadly shooting of William Green.
“I have concluded that what happened last night is a crime,” Stawinski said during a press conference.”
“Officers responded to the scene in Temple Hills, south of Washington, DC, Monday night over reports that a driver had hit several vehicles, police spokesperson Christina Cotterman told reporters.
Upon identifying the driver, police said the man appeared to be under the influence of an unknown substance and requested a drug recognition expert to assist them.
The driver was then cuffed with his hands behind his back and placed in the front passenger seat of the police car, which Cotterman said is standard arrest protocol. Then, the officer got into the driver’s seat.
At some point while waiting for the expert, the shooting occurred, police said.
According to Cotterman, officers attempted lifesaving measures and transported the man to a hospital, where he died.
Police initially said that independent witnesses saw or heard “a struggle of some sort” before hearing “loud bangs,” but Stawinski said Tuesday night the reports of a struggle were not corroborated.
The chief also said that despite initial reports that police said they smelled PCP and that Green was seat-belted in the cruiser when he was shot, it did not appear that the psychedelic drug was involved. The chief added he could not say with certainty that Green was seat-belted.
“I can’t understand why you had him in the car seat, seatbelt down, handcuffed, and then they shoot him? For what reason? What could he possibly do?” his mother, Brenda Green, had earlier told Fox 5 DC.
Stawinski said police believe seven shots were fired, adding that was part of the reason why police filed charges against the officer. In addition to second-degree murder and manslaughter, Owen, a 10-year veteran of the department, is facing associated weapons charges in connection with the Green’s death.”
The rest of the story here: https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/juliareinstein/maryland-police-shot-killed-man-handcuffed-police-car
Don’t worry at all when you get pulled over on a dark highway. That guy behind the badge and the gun is a regular hero. He risks his life everyday to keep you safe. He and his brethren in blue are all that stand between society and anarchy…….So, don’t be afraid when he says that he wants to handcuff you…. Just for his safety. I mean really, what could possibly go wrong ?
“EATONTON, Ga. – A former Eatonton police officer arrested last week on domestic violence charges has been arrested and charged in the murder of his wife.
Michael Seth Perrault, 43, was arrested Wednesday, Putnam County Sheriff Howard Sills confirmed late Wednesday evening.
His wife, 44-year-old Amanda Pardue Perrault, of 133 Long Island Drive, Eatonton was found dead of a gunshot wound at the couple’s home near Lake Oconee on Monday afternoon.
She was shot once in the head with a .380-caliber handgun, according to Sills, and was pronounced dead at the scene.
The shooting, which happened in the couple’s bedroom, stemmed from a domestic argument between Amanda Perrault and her husband, Michael Perrault, then an officer with the Eatonton Police Department, Sills told reporters at his office Tuesday morning.
Sills said Monday that Michael Perrault told him that he witnessed his wife shoot herself.
After the shooting, Michael Perrault telephoned Eatonton Police Chief Kent Lawrence to report what had happened.
The police chief then called Sills to inform him.
Shortly after 1:30 p.m. deputies and Detective Lt. Harry Luke and Detective Chris Harper along with Sills arrived on the scene and discovered the victim in the bedroom.
Sills said he later made a telephone call to the GBI office in Milledgeville to request the assistance of their crime scene unit.
Just last week, Perrault, 43, was arrested at his home on misdemeanor charges of simple assault under the Georgia Family Violence Act and cruelty to children in the third degree.
A short time after being taken to the jail, Eatonton Police Chief Kent Lawrence said he placed Perrault on administrative leave without pay, pending the completion of an internal investigation.”
Go figure. Other than cops, who likes to have power and control over others?
VERONA, Pa. —
“Verona Borough Council voted unanimously Tuesday evening to terminate Verona borough police Officer Anthony Ogline, who is charged with child pornography.
Borough Manager Jerry Kenna said the actions of Ogline do not represent the borough of Verona. Ogline was arrested and charged last week with child pornography. He was immediately suspended without pay.
On Jan. 16, Whitehall police were investigating after a 16-year-old boy walked away from his school at midday and got into a black sedan.
Police tracked the boy’s location to an address in Verona borough Jan. 17. According to the criminal complaint, the address was owned by Ogline, a Verona borough police officer.
As police attempted to make contact, Ogline arrived in his car with the boy.
Police said Ogline had picked the boy up from school and provided him with alcohol and marijuana and exchanged pornographic images with him.
Ogline said he did provide alcohol to the teen, but denied smoking marijuana and said he would consent to a drug test to prove that.
Ogline has been charged with possession of child pornography, unlawful contact with a minor, corruption of minors and several other charges.”