Think that you cannot effect change? We all have a voice

This blog was not started to be vindictive. It was started after a grave injustice was meted out at the hands of corrupt police and it was birthed to effect change and bring justice to those who have been denied any. There have been times that this journey has brought me to anger; not only on my account but on the account of those I report on, but that has not been the primary goal of this blog. Below is the primary goal : 80% of NYPD cops are “Hesitant to aggressively fight crime” because of repercussions from the citizens they are sworn to protect. This comes from a city that paid out over $68 million in fiscal year 2019 to settle abuse lawsuits against the NYPD. It is good to see that cameras, phones and concerned citizens are finally putting a stop to the unbridled and rampant abuse by one of the nations most notorious police Dept. I am hopeful that with continued vigilance this trend away from injustice and violence will continue.

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More than half of NYPD officers wish they never joined the force, according to a large internal survey.

An internal New York Police Department survey of nearly 6,000 officers found that 56% of NYPD cops say they wouldn’t become a police officer if they had a chance to do it all over again, according to the New York Post.

When asked if they feel the public disrespects them, 46% of officers believed they are disrespected versus 42% who didn’t believe so. The officers were asked if the public distrusts them, and 44% agreed while 41% disagreed. There were 73% of police poll participants who said the public does not have a good relationship with the NYPD.

A whopping 80% of NYPD officers, detectives, sergeants, lieutenants, and captains are hesitant to aggressively fight crime because of the ramifications of criminal liability, being sued, or being unfairly disciplined.

“My retirement date is next month,” said a 20-year veteran of the force. “I can’t wait to run out of here.”

Read the original here: https://www.theblaze.com/news/nypd-police-survey-left-politics

Do you think they are creating this police state for no reason?

The Los Angeles police department (LAPD) has directed its officers to collect the social media information of every civilian they interview, including individuals who are not arrested or accused of a crime, according to records shared with the Guardian.

A lawsuit charges that the Rodeo Drive task force has been stopping and arresting Black people without cause.

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Copies of the “field interview cards” that police complete when they question civilians reveal that LAPD officers are instructed to record a civilian’s Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other social media accounts, alongside basic biographical information. An internal memo further shows that the police chief, Michel Moore, told employees that it was critical to collect the data for use in “investigations, arrests, and prosecutions”, and warned that supervisors would review cards to ensure they were complete.

The documents, which were obtained by the not-for-profit organization the Brennan Center for Justice, have raised concerns about civil liberties and the potential for mass surveillance of civilians without justification.

“There are real dangers about police having all of this social media identifying information at their fingertips,” said Rachel Levinson-Waldman, a deputy director at the Brennan Center, noting that the information was probably stored in a database that could be used for a wide range of purposes.”

Furthermore, when police obtain social media usernames it opens the door for officers to monitor an individual’s connections and “friends” online, creating additional privacy concerns. “It allows for a huge expansion of network surveillance,” said Levinson-Waldman, noting how police and prosecutors have previously used Facebook photos and “likes” to make dubious or false allegations of criminal gang activity.

Hamid Khan of the Stop LAPD Spying Coalition noted that the LAPD also shares data with federal law enforcement agencies through “fusion centers”, and has previously used “predictive policing” technologies that rely on data collected by officers in the field and which can criminalize communities of color.

“This is like stop and frisk,” he said, of the use of field interview cards. “And this is happening with the clear goal of surveillance.” The LAPD, he noted, has allowed officers to pose undercover to investigate groups, meaning officers can create fake social media accounts to infiltrate groups.

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/sep/08/revealed-los-angeles-police-officers-gathering-social-media

Texas Sheriff arrested for destroying evidence in death of Black man

God, this getting to be like beating a dead horse. These Cops are unstoppable forces of stupidity and Brutality. We have hired mad dogs to patrol our streets and supposedly keep order. This is not going to stop until the people as a whole demand, by any means neccesary, for it to stop.

“A Texas sheriff has been indicted on felony charges of tampering with evidence in the case of Javier Ambler, a Black man who was killed by police last year during a traffic stop that escalated into a high-speed chase caught on film by a reality television show.

Sheriff Robert Chody, who turned himself in, was arrested and booked on Monday. He was released shortly after posting $10,000 bail.

The Williamson County grand jury indictment accuses Chody of intentionally destroying or concealing video and audio recordings of the fatal encounter, which was filmed for the television show Live PD.

Jason Nassour, a lawyer with the county attorney’s office, was also indicted on the same felony evidence-tampering charge.

According to the indictment sheriff’s deputies J.J. Johnson and Zach Camden first tried to pull Ambler over for allegedly failing to dim his headlights. But the routine stop became a 22-minute car chase with a helicopter and the television crew in tow. During the chase, Ambler struck a number of vehicles and eventually disabled his own. By then, the pursuit had crossed over into Travis County.

Body camera footage from an Austin Police Department officer, offers a disturbing record of Ambler’s final moments: The 40-year old postal service worker was tased four times as pleaded repeatedly for officers to stop. He repeatedly cried out in agony, telling the deputies he suffered from congestive heart failure and exclaiming, “Save me. I can’t breathe.”

He died at the scene, where Chody and Nassour were also present.

The case went largely unnoticed by the public for months until an investigation by the Austin American-Statesman and local news station KVUE provided a detailed account of Ambler’s death and uncovered the destruction of the raw and unaired Live PD footage. The show was canceled in June and according to the Statesmen, the production company held on to the footage at the request of investigators. But after some time, the recordings were destroyed.

Live PD was a ratings hit for A&E and had been on the air for four years. But amid nationwide protests against police brutality and a slew of recorded incidents of excessive use of force against people of color, the cable network moved to yank the show off the air.

The reports of the destroyed footage prompted Williamson County District Attorney Shawn Dick and Travis County District Attorney Margaret Moore to open a joint investigation into the matter in June.

Live PD producers have since told KVUE that they only disposed of the recordings after they were told by Chody’s office that the investigation was completed using body camera footage and dash camera video.”

https://www.npr.org/sections/live-updates-protests-for-racial-justice/2020/09/28/917931965/texas-sheriff-charged-with-destroying-evidence-in-officer-related-death

So, how do you like me now?

To all of you crooked cops reading this

I hope you enjoy it

You created it

I am your Frankenstein

You made this website

And you created me

I was a law abiding citizen and friend of the police

But not anymore

And that is a direct response to your actions

America as a whole has had enough of all of you

You have shamed and disgraced the uniform that you wear

May history show you for whom you are

And yes, I have IP tracking enabled

And know that you are reading this

The death of Daniel Prude at the hands of laughing cops

More cops risking their lives everyday

This is a blatant disregard for human dignity and human life. This thuggery is not going to stop until we stop it. In the meantime any interaction you have with LEO puts your life in jeopardy. You risk your freedom or life any time you encounter a group of these thugs on the streets. Think I’m kidding ? Browse through this website for a while. Go to the search bar here and put in “Rape”; It gives whole new meaning to stop resisting. It is time to start fighting this thuggery on every level. As a society we need to have zero tolerance for jack booted bullies and bandits preying upon us. And don’t forget that it is not just the cops. They are the revenue arm of the “Justice” system. Without cops, high paid judges don’t get their check. Prosecutors, states attorneys and defense attorneys all lose their incomes without the heroes in blue bringing people into the system. The corporate jail system in this nation, which is worth mega Billion dollars, can’t profit and prosper if cops aren’t putting fresh fines and dollar bills in handcuffs and bringing them in. Enough is enough and the time is now to bring full scale resistance against the police state. If we can’t stop this now then we are destined to live in fear and subjugation in Perpetuity.

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

Mark Bailey
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/

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

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

 

 

 

Watching the snake swallow it’s own tail

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Posted by Deborah Jarrett

“LOS ALAMOS COUNTY, New Mexico — Sporting an orange shirt and striped pants issued by the Los Alamos County Detention Center, Rio Arriba County Sheriff James Lujan was arraigned and released from custody Friday, after being arrested the day prior for failing to comply with a search warrant.

Española police and Taos County deputies arrested Lujan when he refused to unlock a cellphone officers believe was used while Lujan obstructed an active SWAT standoff in March.

The arraignment was moved to Los Alamos after both magistrate judges in Rio Arriba County recused themselves.

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Los Alamos Magistrate Court Judge Pat Casados said Lujan would be released on his own recognizance. Under his conditions for release, Lujan is not allowed to possess a firearm, consume any alcoholic beverage or enter a liquor establishment.

However, Lujan and his attorney Nathaniel Thompkins said the sheriff would need his gun while still working as the head law enforcement official in Rio Arriba.

“I understand that you are an officer,” Casados said. “It does worry me, but I’m going to put that you can have a weapon only at work.”

Casados also said Lujan could enter a liquor establishment if required to do so while working as a law enforcement official.

Ninth Judicial District Attorney Andrea Reeb, who will prosecute Lujan in a separate obstruction case in district court, said she was not surprised that Lujan was allowed to keep his firearm, but that most police officers would have been put on administrative leave and had their gun confiscated.

She also said it’s unclear exactly when Lujan would be off duty, since many sheriffs are on-call at all hours.

State Attorney General Hector Balderas appointed Reeb to prosecute the case against Lujan after 1st Judicial District Attorney Marco Serna recused himself. Balderas also granted Reeb the authority to prosecute any charges stemming from Thursday’s arrest.

Reeb said she will file to combine the charges, meaning Lujan will face three charges of resisting and obstructing officers.

So far, five of the eight judges in the 1st Judicial District Court have recused themselves from overseeing Lujan’s case. ”

https://www.officer.com/tactical/swat/news/21139519/new-mexico-sheriff-arrested-for-obstructing-active-swat-standoff