Criminal Cops Going To Prison

TheHaze

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Maybe I am just bias because I carry get out of jail free cards like last month got pulled over for doing 80 mph in a 40 zone and just got a warning and if that was you most likey would start crying and offer to suck his dick- - - - - -
 

knife wielder

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"Here are twenty-five questions to consider before making a blanket statement like “Support your local police.”

  1. Should we support our local police when they issue tickets to motorists for not wearing seatbelts?

  1. Should we support our local police when they forcibly extract DNA, urine, and blood from suspects?

  1. Should we support our local police when they pull over more motorists in order to meet their monthly ticket quotas?

  1. Should we support our local police when they shoot people who try to defend themselves from police brutality?

  1. Should we support our local police when they go online and pretend to be crack whores trying to pimp out their teenage daughters?

  1. Should we support our local police when they equip themselves with weapons powerful enough to conquer a small country?

  1. Should we support our local police when they drive around in vans equipped with X-ray scanners to secretly search vehicles?

  1. Should we support our local police when they conduct undercover sting operations to entrap people?

  1. Should we support our local police when they tase people who are offering no resistance?

  1. Should we support our local police when they conduct “no-knock” raids in the middle of the night?


  1. Should we support our local police when they arrest people for victimless crimes like prostitution and gambling?

  1. Should we support our local police when they dress up as prostitutes and try to entice people to solicit them?

  1. Should we support our local police when SWAT teams are deployed in situations where a search warrant is being executed to just look for drugs?

  1. Should we support our local police when they drive around in unmarked older vehicles in order to ensnare unsuspecting motorists?

  1. Should we support our local police when the enrich themselves by seizing property and cash from people who have not even been charged with a crime?

  1. Should we support our local police when they assert that someone might have a weapon as a pretense to search someone without any warrant, probable cause, or reasonable suspicion?

  1. Should we support our local police when they plant evidence like weapons and drugs?

  1. Should we support our local police when they strip-search people who have been arrested even if there is no reason to suspect that the individual is carrying “contraband”?

  1. Should we support our local police when they lock people in cages for possessing substances that the government doesn’t approve of?

  1. Should we support our local police when they hide at the bottom of a hill, off the side of the road, or just after a speed limit change in order to collect revenue under the guise of enforcing traffic laws?


  1. Should we support our local police when they dismiss charges of police abuse as alleged and charges of police brutality as greatly exaggerated, and most of the time never investigate any of these charges?

  1. Should we support our local police when they enter homes without search warrants?

  1. Should we support our local police they go undercover and lie so as to beguile people to commit some crime?

  1. Should we support our local police when they major in ticketing and tasering instead of protecting and serving?

  1. Should we support our local police when they buy up all the fresh coffee and donuts at Dunkin’ Donuts?"

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Kilroy

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In 2037, Arlen Tensing was sitting peacefully in his home when Sheriff's Deputies, without a warrant and without probable cause, kicked in his front door with guns drawn. In the chaos that ensued, four Deputies lay dead, with one Deputy and the homeowner wounded. Tensing was not a suspect in a crime; in fact, it was revealed in court that all five Deputies were off duty but in uniform, and had not been in contact with their Watch Commander.

Tensing was not charged with a crime; the surviving Deputy, however, was charged with Burglary of an Occupied Dwelling, four counts of Murder in the First Degree, and assorted smaller charges. The incident resulted in the passage through the Texas legislature of the Government And Citizenry Equality Act, informally known as the Tensing Act, which was signed into law by President James M. Garrity on Wednesday, April 27th, 2039.

Among other provisions, the Tensing Act stipulates that peace officers rightly judged to be engaged in criminal activity are -- immediately upon observation of said activity -- bereft of legal authority and immunity, and may in such conditions face whatever force is necessary to subdue, disarm, and immobilize them pending the arrival of officers from an agency other than the agency to which the offender is attached.

This scenario was put to legal test in the case of Johns, et al. v Davis, in which Nacogdoches, Texas, Cpl. Shana Davis was observed to be beating a handcuffed suspect. Intervention came from Cpl. Davis's neighbor, Malcolm Johns, as well as his brother Ryan Johns, sister Jeanette Mikalski, and brother-in-law Delroy Mikalski. The Johns and Mikalskis physically separated Cpl. Davis from the suspect. When Davis drew her duty weapon, Delroy Mikalski shot and wounded Cpl. Davis. Davis was subsequently relieved of her weapon and herself handcuffed until officers from the San Augustine Police Department arrived and transported her to Nacogdoches Medical Center.

In the case of Johns, et al. v Davis, Cpl. Davis was found to have been in the process of unlawfully detaining and assaulting her domestic partner, Olivia Marcus. Due to this fact, the Tensing Act absolved Johns, et al. of all criminal culpability in the case. Cpl. Davis was summarily terminated from her employment with the Nacogdoches Police Department and was later tried and convicted on charges ranging from battery and false imprisonment to brandishing a firearm.
 

knife wielder

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Houston AGWs Murder Couple on the Basis of “Untruths or Lies”

"A middle-aged couple, Dennis Tuttle (59) and Rhogena Nicholas (58) were Hut! Hut! Hutted! to death in their Houston, TX home by a pack of armed government thugs who invaded their home on the basis of a criminal warrant . . . the criminal part being the lies confected by “lead investigator” Gerald Goines."

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