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    "we eyeballed it"


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    LAPD laziness, incompetence gonna cost taxpayers $Ms

    take it out of the LAPD pension fund, for once

    anybody to be fired "for cause"?
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    products of violent US police culture


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    “Jailhouse informants say that Philadelphia homicide detectives traded sex and drugs for testimony in murder cases — and that innocent men are serving life in prison as a result.”

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    Edit: this video is misimformation, cop didn't do anything wrong and the bag was empty
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    Pasco County Sheriff, Pre-crime Division

    It starts like an offer of admission from a prestigious university.

    “We are pleased to inform you that you have been selected…” it says.

    But the four-page letter from the Pasco Sheriff’s Office goes on to tell recipients they will be facing enhanced police scrutiny under the agency’s controversial intelligence program.

    “You may wonder why you were enrolled in this program,” the letter continues. “You were selected as a result of an evaluation of your recent criminal behavior using an unbiased, evidence-based risk assessment designed to identify prolific offenders in our community. As a result of this designation, we will go to great efforts to encourage change in your life through enhanced support and increased accountability.”
    https://www.tampabay.com/investigati...ccountability/

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    Last year, a Tampa Bay Times investigation revealed that the Sheriff’s Office creates lists of people it considers likely to break the law based on criminal histories, social networks and other unspecified intelligence. The agency sends deputies to their homes repeatedly, often without a search warrant or probable cause for an arrest.
    https://projects.tampabay.com/projec...-led-policing/

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    the agency has a separate program that uses schoolchildren’s grades, attendance records and abuse histories to label them potential future criminals

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    more dodgy, tech-based policing


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    police don't solve crimes

    police don't prevent crime

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    Dallas police chief is first to apologize publicly after cop playing Russian roulette kills child

    Forty-eight years after a Dallas cop playing Russian roulette shot and killed a 12-year-old boy, the police chief is finally apologizing to the child's mother.

    Santos Rodriguez had been pulled from his bed, handcuffed with his brother David, and held in the back of a Dallas police car early on July 24, 1973,

    when officer Darrell Cain resorted to the dangerous game in the
    hopes of getting the children to confess to stealing $8 from a vending machine at a local gas station

    Although Cain, who died in 2019, was convicted of murder with malice, he was only sentenced to five years in prison, and he ended up serving half of the time,

    The U.S. Department of Justice decided not to intervene in the case at the time, and

    a civil suit seeking less than $500,000 in damages failed,



    "They noted that Cain also had killed Michael Morehead, a Black 18-year-old, in 1970."

    https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2021/7/29/2042708/-Dallas-police-chief-apologizes-48-years-after-cop-playing-Russian-roulette-shoots-kills-12-year-old
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    here's some cop porn for y'all

    Excruciating videos of NYC cop are

    'not consistent with any rational notion of public safety': NAACP lawyer


    https://www.rawstory.com/new-york-city-sergeant-john-zorilla

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    Five Miami Beach officers charged after police swarm, attack suspect and bystander who recorded it

    multiple officers were caught brutally slamming a man into the ground.

    A bystander who was filming the incident became a target when the officers tackled and punched him repeatedly. What did the two men who were attached have in common?

    Both victims were Black.


    While all five officers involved in the incident were suspended last week,

    the Miami-Dade County state attorney announced charges against the group, (seem to all Hispanc surnames)

    all five officers turned themselves in on Monday and

    were given notice to appear in court after being charged with battery, a first-degree misdemeanor.

    The incident, which occurred on July 26, was

    not only captured by a bystander’s camera

    but on hotel surveillance footage and

    the police officers’ body cameras.

    During a press conference, Rundle played edited, pre-captioned, and highlighted portions of the incident, which totaled four minutes of content.



    https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2043602

    "fired for cause"? no, union won't allow it.
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    "for protection and participation"


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    A Black Army vet toured a house in Michigan with his real estate agent and teen.

    Police surrounded the home and handcuffed them


    As a police officer turned Roy Thorne around to cuff his hands behind his back, the 45-year-old father saw the same happening to his 15-year-old son.

    Thorne and his son were touring a home Sunday with real estate agent Eric Brown, who's also Black, in Wyoming, Mich., when police suddenly surrounded the house with guns drawn.

    The officers were responding to a neighbor's 911 call about a break in.

    They ordered the three out of the house, handcuffed them and put them in separate vehicles.


    Except it wasn't a break in.

    Brown, 46, who has been working in the Grand Rapids area market for 20 years, had arrived at the house on Sharon Avenue SW around 2 p.m. Thorne brought his 15-year-old son, Samuel.


    Thorne and Brown said they were racially profiled. If they were White, they said, neighbors wouldn't have called the police.

    And if they did, some half-dozen officers would not have surrounded the place with guns drawn, the men added.


    "A SWAT team is what it felt like,"

    https://www.bostonglobe.com/2021/08/...andcuffed-them

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    doing lines on shift, tbh


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    "exposed to fentanyl"

    injected it? snorted it? "taken by mouth"? "taken by anus?

    Another example of under-trained cops?

    "Rest assured, it is virtually impossible for someone to absorb enough fentanyl through their skin to cause a serious overdose simply by touching it.

    Medical professionals and scientists alike all confirm that

    not enough of the drug can be absorbed in this manner to create a life-threatening emergency such as an opioid overdose. "

    https://www.springboardrecovery.com/...fentanyl-kill/


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    A Black Army vet toured a house in Michigan with his real estate agent and teen.

    Police surrounded the home and handcuffed them


    As a police officer turned Roy Thorne around to cuff his hands behind his back, the 45-year-old father saw the same happening to his 15-year-old son.

    Thorne and his son were touring a home Sunday with real estate agent Eric Brown, who's also Black, in Wyoming, Mich., when police suddenly surrounded the house with guns drawn.

    The officers were responding to a neighbor's 911 call about a break in.

    They ordered the three out of the house, handcuffed them and put them in separate vehicles.


    Except it wasn't a break in.

    Brown, 46, who has been working in the Grand Rapids area market for 20 years, had arrived at the house on Sharon Avenue SW around 2 p.m. Thorne brought his 15-year-old son, Samuel.


    Thorne and Brown said they were racially profiled. If they were White, they said, neighbors wouldn't have called the police.

    And if they did, some half-dozen officers would not have surrounded the place with guns drawn, the men added.


    "A SWAT team is what it felt like,"

    https://www.bostonglobe.com/2021/08/...andcuffed-them
    Concierge harassment service for white people.

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    Police aren't in the top twenty most dangerous professions in the US

    Being a delivery driver or garbageman is ~2x as deadly as being a cop. Being a roofer is ~7x as deadly.

    https://www.ishn.com/articles/112748...-united-states



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