“A Las Vegas police officer — who reportedly had been assigned to guard the door to gunman Stephen Paddock’s hotel room during the Oct. 1 massacre — barricaded himself in his home Wednesday evening, prompting an hourslong standoff with police and a police SWAT unit.
Officer Bret Theil, 38, of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, had recently been indicted on more than two dozen kidnapping and sexual assault charges involving a child, authorities said. The alleged offenses occurred between August 2005 and January 2007, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.
Following Theil’s arrest, a police spokesperson confirmed the officer was to be relieved of duty without pay.”
What does this pervert have in common with his fellow officers?
A taste for power and control
Who wakes up one morning and says” I want to control people for a living” ?
Who wants to order people around and back it up with the threat of violence, arrest or death?
Bullies, child molesters, wife beaters and rapists
You know the real tough guy types
Hero is an action, not a color
We need to lose losers like him and his fellows
And start hiring public servants again
What a hero this “Sworn officer of the court” is. She literally risks her lies everyday for the public good. Now that this bad apple is uncovered, do you think that any of her previous testimonies that resulted in convictions will be overturned? No, I am sure they won’t. That money is too precious to the court system. All those fines and penalties are the only things paying the bills. Without those Judges, prosecutors, bailiff and public pretenders don’t get paid. So, in the end she gets hers, but a whole lot of people she helped convict get it too. But I am sure she didn’t lie, after all she is a sworn officer of the court.
“The Houston patrol officer accused of trying to steal a duffel bag with 8 kilos of cocaine during a traffic stop in an elaborate internal affairs sting could face more charges, prosecutors said Monday.
Officer Julissa Guzman Diaz, 37, was arrested Thursday for the third-degree felony of tampering and fabricating evidence. She also could be charged with intent to deliver a controlled substance, prosecutor Jennifer Stabe told state District Judge Denise Collins in court.
“She’s also under investigation for delivery of cocaine,” Stabe said as Diaz was being arraigned
If convicted of the third-degree felony, she faces a maximum of 10 years in prison. If convicted of a more serious charge, she could face more time.”
It is not a few bad apples. It is the very nature of the person who wishes to be in the position of control. Normal people do not wish to control others at the threat of death or arrest. “I joined to help people”. My ass; You joined because you wanted power and control and are willing to do anything to keep it. Lying is nothing new to cops, but the video age is. Make sure that any encounter you have is recorded for your own safety. With any luck you might be able to add a lying cop to the list below.
Feb 23, 2017 – SANFORD, Fla. – A former Sanford police officer was arrested Thursday on more than 100 charges stemming from timesheets that investigators …
A Jackson Police Department officer who allegedly lied about being shot by an unidentified suspect she described as a black male has been arrested on multiple charges and taken to the Butts County Detention Center. … The Georgia Bureau of Investigation issued warrants for the arrest …
Feb 16, 2017 – The two police officers returned from an arrest describing the kind of encounter that officers fear most, prosecutors said. A man had threatened …
Mar 10, 2017 – Cop Convicted Of Lying In Arrest Of Man Who Was Filming Him … A jury found an NYPD officer guilty on Thursday of falsely arresting a man for …
Mar 9, 2017 – An NYPD officer has been convicted of lying about a 2014 arrest in Washington Heights.
May 12, 2017 – A Miami-Dade police officer was arrested and charged with two counts of official misconduct as a public servant and one of grand theft for lying …
Get a lawyer. Explain the situation to the lawyer. The lawyer will let you know whether or not you have a case you can pursue. This will hinge upon several things, but …
Mar 10, 2017 – A New York City police officer has been convicted of lying about a 2014 arrest in Washington Heights.
Jun 2, 2017 – The officer allegedly made $900 more than he worked.
May 18, 2017 – A CBP officer was convicted by a San Diego federal jury for not disclosing a … for lying in a background investigation about a shoplifting arrest.
Mar 10, 2017 – A NYC jury convicted a city cop accused of unlawfully arresting a man, … NYPD cop convicted for illegally cuffing man, lying to back up arrest.
Feb 17, 2017 – Detectives Sasha Cordoba and Kevin Desormeau, both 33, arrested Jamal … Bill Bratton rejects bid to rehire ex-cop who lied under oath.
MIDDLEFIELD, CT (WFSB) -. An officer in Middlefield found himself on the other side of the law. Scott Halligan, 45, was arrested Sept. 15 for lying about the …
Feb 23, 2017 – 4-year department veteran Jason Bunch was arrested Thursday, accused of lying on time sheets and cheating the city and private companies …
Jan 13, 2017 – An El Paso man has been jailed for falsely identifying himself as a police officer.Texas Department of Public Safety officials said a trooper …
Mar 15, 2017 – A Fullerton police officer was charged Wednesday with filing a police report that falsely alleged a man was resisting arrest.
A Los Angeles Unified School District police officer who claimed he was shot has been arrested for making up the story.
Mar 21, 2017 – The on-duty assault occurred in Spring 2016, but Reiter was not arrested until March 15, 2017 after he and fellow officers lied about what had …
A former Temple police officer was arrested for revealing an ongoing investigation.
Oct 7, 2016 – Officer Sherry Hall of Jackson, Georgia was arrested on Monday after fabricating a story last month that she had been shot by a black man …
Mar 31, 2017 – An Metropolitan Detention Center jail guard is under arrest for lying about an … Nicole Baca, 32, has been a corrections officer for 14 years.
“We have your DNA,” and other lies the police can legally tell you. … If you have been arrested as a suspect for a crime that was recently committed, it is highly … The officer told the defendant that his fingerprints were found at the scene, a lie.
Jan 17, 2017 – Officer Nicholas M. Buckley described the arrest in exceptional detail, the single-spaced lines covering two full pages in his report. He had …
Mar 9, 2017 – When defense attorney Jesse Bright was pulled over in North Carolina while moonlighting as an Uber driver, he began filming the encounter.
May 17, 2017 – Video Shows Chicago Police Officer Striking Suspect Lying On Ground … In video of the arrest, an officer can be heard yelling “spit it out.”.
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May 18, 2017 – U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer convicted of lying on a background investigation questionnaire about a shoplifting arrest.
This is usually only a viable option if you can prove that the officer lied and that the false statement caused you to be wrongly arrested, convicted and/or jailed.
Mar 27, 2017 – Corll is accused of lying under oath, making two false arrests and assaulting one person during an arrest in March 2014. His trial began …
Jul 7, 2015 – (ROSWELL, N.M.) A former Roswell Police Officer is now facing criminal charges after falsely accusing a Sonic employee of spitting in his drink.
Oct 19, 2015 – This turns the concept of due process on its head, as the cop tries to put the … if they coerce you into giving them a reason to fine or arrest you, …
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Police Officer Lie Threatens Man Filming Cops. … that you DON’T talk to police officers before or after you …
Sep 26, 2015 – A veteran state probation officer was charged Friday with lying to the FBI during a corruption investigation.
Nov 16, 2016 – The city of Woodstock is facing a federal lawsuit over allegations police committed perjury and lied in police reports about a drug arrest that was …
May 17, 2016 – A Cape Coral police detective lied under oath, according to a Lee … was also investigated by McKissack just a month after Pierre was arrested.
Apr 15, 2014 – One by one, five police officers took the witness stand at the Skokie … court contradicts police officers who testified their drug arrest was proper.
A federal jury on Wednesday awarded a man more than $13 million after he sued thecity, seven Chicago police officers and two Cook County prosecutors over his conviction for the 1992 slayings of Jeffrey Lassiter and Sharon Haugabook.
Tears streamed down Deon Patrick’s face, and he clutched a photograph of his late mother that he wears around his neck, as Judge Ronald Guzman announced the award. Patrick wore a bright-green sweater vest to the courtroom and hugged his attorneys after the verdict was read.
“I feel like my day has finally come,” Patrick said minutes after the hearing. “They tricked me into believing it was over in 2014.
“To sit there for 25 years, and then to have to go through this all over again, and listen to the lies all over again,” he said after five weeks of testimony and more than two days of jury deliberation. “They made me relive it.”
Patrick spent two decades in prison before Cook County prosecutors dismissed the murder charges against him in 2014. He filed his lawsuit that same year.
The verdict comes four months after a federal jury awarded $22 million to Nathson Fields, an ex-El Rukn gang member who spent more than a decade on Death Row only to be cleared of a 1984 double murder.
Patrick’s case went to trial March 6 in front of Judge Guzman. Patrick’s lawyer, Stuart Chanen, told jurors during closing arguments Monday there was no physical evidence linking Patrick to the slayings.
“They fabricated evidence against [Patrick],” Chanen said of the police and prosecutors targeted by the lawsuit. “They coerced his confession. They manipulated evidence.
The whole story here:http://chicago.suntimes.com/news/man-who-sued-city-over-wrongful-conviction-gets-more-than-13m/
Corrupt lying cops, prosecutors and judges. It takes all of these to commit a travesty of that magnitude. From top to bottom it took hundreds of people to perpetrate this. But once the system has become focused on someone it has millions of dollars and manpower to convict. All prosecutors care about are their conviction rate so they can further their career. They are no better than the cops and are actually the ones who empower their misdeeds
And of course the Asshole lies about what actually happened. “Feared for his life” my ass. How many people and animals have lost their lives because some trigger happy coward “Feared for his life”? Now they have the dipshit on paid suspension instead of fired and warming up a jail cot. It shows what they really think of his actions.
“Officer Richard Kyle Glasgow has been charged with one count of reckless conduct with a firearm, according to court documents.
On Oct. 8, 2016 Glasgow told authorities he was riding his motorcycle in McClain County when he said a dog named Champion came out after his motorcycle and he feared for his life so he fired a warning shot into the ground and another shot at the dog. Champion was wounded and lost part of his right front paw as a result of the shooting.
Witnesses told police that Glasgow fell off his motorcycle while driving by the property where Champion’s owners lived.
A deputy called to the scene said, “While talking to Glasgow I could smell a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his person, and could hear slurred speech as he spoke.”
The charge alleges Glasgow demonstrated a conscious disregard for the safety of others and created a situation of unreasonable risk and probability of death or great bodily harm to others. ”