Cops beat and abuse citizens in broad daylight, and then the whole blue gang arrives for ‘backup’, and chases a man into his own house, arrests him, all while a concerned neighbor films from across the street, (unknown to those blue gang members).
Now, some of those blue gang members have been suspended, now that the video has been shared to show exactly how cops act and behave everyday across America, but now they have to be aware that the citizens video may catch their abuse and violence toward citizens.
If anyone has a copy of the original ‘police report’ please forward it to us through our website link.
I’m sure that police report is about as ‘truthful’ regarding this incident as most other police abuse incidents that the citizen filmed which showed a much different ‘truth’.
Read the whole story HERE
Another compilation video of police deciding they have more rights, more power, and more control of citizens than we ever believed.
The telling fact in most of these encounters, as Ive studied them before and during my own police abuse encounters, is that without the video evidence, nobody would ever believe such travesties and abuse could really happen.
These videos show what REALLY happens when people (bullies) with qualified immunity, guns and badges decide they want to do as they please, while making up stories that prove to be outright lies once the video footage is released.
Psychological profiles of these police officers from watching these clips makes me think of spouse and child abusers, who get away with their actions by coercion of the family members they abuse.
These police just happen to be getting paid by the same citizens they abuse.
Heck, why use the courts, when a cop can become the sidewalk judge and jury, like in this video, and like in mine.
I believe in my deepest core, that had I ‘resisted’ my landlords’ ASSAULT on my rights, my property and my family, under color of law, I would have been beat down and carted off to jail, as a combatant, versus a father protecting his family, his property, and his rights.
THOUSANDS of people plead guilty to crimes every year in the United States because they know that the odds of a jury’s believing their word over a police officer’s are slim to none. As a juror, whom are you likely to believe: the alleged criminal in an orange jumpsuit or two well-groomed police officers in uniforms who just swore to God they’re telling the truth, the whole truth and nothing but? As one of my colleagues recently put it, “Everyone knows you have to be crazy to accuse the police of lying.”
Jason Nevill of the Barrie Police force in Ontario Canada beats a man for accidentally breaking a Christmas decoration, and lies about why the beating happened.
*The security guards were instructed by the officer to wash away the blood.
His friend broke a Christmas ornament in the mall.
This beating was delivered by the cop, and as you can see from the video evidence, the victim was non confrontational, non violent, and non aggressive.
Texas Police Officer Disraeli Arnold Fired After Youtube Video Shows His Actions were inexcusable, and if not for the rolling video camera, it would have simply been a citizens word against a cops, and that never ends well with the courts unless there is footage to back up a claim of abuse of power.
Luckily, these individuals had that video camera rolling.
Full article HERE
Texas Police Officer Disraeli Arnold Fired After Youtube Video Shows His Actions – Can I Get a Lawyer?
Another great example of a police officer believing laws only are meant to be followed by others, not themselves.
Yesterday Oklahoma Cop Block founder, D.J. McCaskill put on my radar a video [below] captured and uploaded to YouTube.com/Gloc361 that shows, after almost 12-minutes into a relatively uneventful vehicle stop on an Alice, Texas road, Nick Juarez walk onto private property, demand identification from the person recording, and when the response given was not in the form of identification but in stating rights, Juarez put into handcuffs (and, when the camera was turned-off, bring that person to a cage).
Two women from Irving, Texas are suing state troopers and the head of their department in federal court after they say they were forced to endure an illegal and humiliating “roadside body cavity search” during a routine traffic stop, The Dallas Morning News reports.
The case is currently under investigation by the public integrity division of the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office and will go before a grand jury in January.
The dash-mounted camera on a trooper’s vehicle reportedly captured the entire incident on video. Angel Dobbs, 38, and her niece Ashley Dobbs, 24, say the unlawful search happened on the night of July 13 along a state highway.
A stunning collection of police abuse of power videos from cameras of citizens and security cameras across America.
The ‘largest and most dangerous street gang in America’ has the authority to do these vile, vulgar and violent things to citizens, then lie about them, while the blue wall’ of other complicit officers silences the real truth of these encounters, until the video footage is released, then the REAL truth comes out.
The more stunning part of these police abuse of power corrupt actions is that most times the officers get off with a paid suspension, or worse, a reprimand, while the exact same actions by any other citizen toward another citizen would result in arrest, jail time, fines and probation
In May, New York State Senator Eric Adams alleged that NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly told him in 2010 that he hoped to “instill the fear in black and Hispanic youth that every time they leave their homes they will feel that they could be stopped.”
In the two years since Kelly supposedly made his comments, regardless of whether or not Adams was telling the truth, the NYPD has indeed put the fear of the stop-and-frisk tactic into young black and brown men’s hearts.
Though the tactic, which finds police arbitrarily seizing citizens and forcing them to empty their pockets and bags, has faced legal challenges more than once, and while its use is on the decline, it continues to be a go-to way for police to patrol predominantly minority areas.
Of the nearly 700,000 stop-and-frisks performed in 2011, 84 percent were conducted on blacks and Latinos, and only 2 percent turned up contraband, according to the Center for Constitutional Rights. Read the FULL STORY here