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Remember, it’s only a few bad apples which is why only a few dozen cops are involved in the hundreds of allegations of misconduct. Because police misconduct is rare.

View: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=qZFh_54xg2c
They're going to suspend the half-decent cop who was later killed in the line of duty.


Oh, and the Irish reporter in the first video is not guilty.

 

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you didn't need that house....

He went to the Reno School of Porting; Waco


“Our community has experienced multiple tragedies in the last week,” said Public Safety Chief Vernon Coakley. He apologized for the delay in addressing public questions and criticism about the incident. “A woman was shot multiple times, a man lost his life, and a family lost their home and belongings as many officers were fired upon.”

Coakley said the "porting" tactic has been used before and was only employed by police after several hours of negotiations, and after more than 50 non-lethal chemical agents failed to draw the gunman out. Officers also flew a drone through a first-floor hole to see what the shooter was doing on the floor above.


KDPS Chief Vernon Coakley explains police actions at a news conference Thursday. The assault weapon shown on the screens with Coakley was the one used by the gunman who died at the scene.
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The chief's statements explain what's wrong with policing in general, on top of being ungodly hypocritical. She thinks it's the police's job to arrest people for crimes they didn't commit based on innocent mistakes. If that's the case, why isn't the cop that mistakenly left his car in drive causing it to crash into the other car charged with reckless endangerment or something? Why aren't the cops who pulled guns on a teen because they mistakenly thought he was fleeing when he wasn't being charged?

Total scumbag human beings.

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtWvGxkh85U
 

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The chief's statements explain what's wrong with policing in general, on top of being ungodly hypocritical. She thinks it's the police's job to arrest people for crimes they didn't commit based on innocent mistakes. If that's the case, why isn't the cop that mistakenly left his car in drive causing it to crash into the other car charged with reckless endangerment or something? Why aren't the cops who pulled guns on a teen because they mistakenly thought he was fleeing when he wasn't being charged?

Total scumbag human beings.

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtWvGxkh85U
Reporter Emerson Biggins is definitely not guilty.
 

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you didn't need that house....
Wouldnt it be easier to just smoke or teargas the guy out? I know it causes fires and they like to throw flash bang through windows into infants cribs. That seems less extreme bulldozing a house…

It would make more sense just a burn the house down with him in it then ram it down.
 
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Wouldnt it be easier to just smoke or teargas the guy out? I know it causes fires and they like to throw flash bang through windows into infants cribs. That seems less extreme bulldozing a house…

It would make more sense just a burn the house down with him in it then ram it down.
The question also is... Would they have done this to a rich or wealthy families house?? I think not. They are bastards for these tactics.
 

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So, guilty guy is apparently guilty (and also apparently Houdini), but that doesn't excuse the trooper doing a mag dump at a car accelerating away from him.

 

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sourced from The Boston Globe

(and I have a problem with women who bring charges 4+ months after the fact, it smells of revenge)

State police arrested one of their own early Wednesday morning stemming from an alleged domestic violence incident earlier this year.


Jordan Cavaco, 27, of Brockton, has been charged with domestic assault and battery, strangulation, and kidnapping, according to state police in a press release. Cavaco was arrested around 7 a.m. at his home.


During his arraignment Wednesday, bail was set at $2,500. He was ordered to stay away from Fall River except to see his attorney. He’s also to wear a GPS within 24 hours of posting bail, Suffolk District Attorney Rachael Rollins’s office said in a press release.


“Members of law enforcement have a vital, highly regarded role in society and overwhelmingly, these officers serve with distinction, courage and compassion for the communities they protect,” Rollins said in the release. “Unfortunately, as with any profession, there are a small number whose actions are shocking, unacceptable and, as we allege here, criminal.”




The incident in question is alleged to have happened on May 28 in a vehicle in Dorchester. Cavaco was driving, and the alleged victim, a woman he had been dating, was in the passenger seat. The two were reportedly arguing while Cavaco was driving, and he pulled off I-93 onto Gallivan Boulevard.


Cavaco then allegedly began choking the victim and punched her multiple times. He didn’t allow her to get out of the vehicle, and drove her back to his apartment, the release said.


State police learned of the alleged incident last week when the victim filed a report with local police. Cavaco was relieved of duty at that time, and state police opened an internal affairs investigation. The allegations were sent to the Suffolk District Attorney’s Office for a criminal investigation. The investigation led to the arrest, according to authorities.


Cavaco is now suspended without pay following a hearing on Monday. When the criminal and internal investigations, plus potential prosecution, wrap up, state police could take further action on his employment status, the release said.


Cavaco was a 2020 graduate of the State Police Academy, and had been working in the division of field services for the Framingham barracks, according to police.




“The facts as alleged by the victim are unconscionable,” Colonel Christopher Mason said in the release. “Allegations of domestic violence committed by anyone, regardless of occupation or affiliation, will be thoroughly investigated and, if the evidence warrants, will be swiftly answered by criminal charges and prosecution.”
 
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False arrest, destroys evidence, lies about everything in order to send her to jail. Another cop fortunately actually listened to the victim and did something about it.

 

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That Warden is a F**K UP. Having been one for over 29 years, The last I can recall that all state issued business licenses that had a fixed location such as a taxidermist, the inspections could only be done "During normal business hours". He was closed.
The real issue (assuming that it's an accurate recitation) was at the beginning - Warden said, "Everyone does something illegal, we just have to find it."
 

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We know you aren’t a threat because you are unarmed and naked, so we’re going to tase you repeatedly to ensure it’s physically impossible to comply, and then keep tasing you so you cannot comply, until you’re dead. Heroes.

View: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Hpl1JwkaBAM

"We didn't want to have to beat him to death, you know, like the last one"

What. The. f***.
 

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When are cops going to stop telling lies...


They will never stopping lying, ESPECIALLY when they need to lie to try and justify killing people.


It's examples like this that prove it's not just a few bad cops making mistakes, but DELIBERATE indifference to the people and the law. They will do literally anything to justify everything they do, including using their owns victims children as propaganda. It's absolutely sickening.
 
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