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    Butt hurt thug with a badge had his ego bruised after an exchange of words and got aggressive and broke a man's leg.

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    These Oklahoma City police officers are completely ignorant dolts or corrupt POS jackboots. This story exemplifies how unprincipled the court system is that it just takes the word of LEO as gospel and worthy for a conviction.

    Man Avoids 15 Years in Prison after his "Cocaine" Proved to be Powdered Milk

    An Oklahoma City cop determined the powdered milk was cocaine "based on my training and experience."


    A homeless man in Oklahoma spent two months in jail before he was sentenced to 15 years in prison for cocaine that turned out to be powdered milk last week.

    The courts apparently took the word of the Oklahoma City police officers who arrested him and wrote the following on the affidavit, according to the Oklahoman.

    "Inside the baggie was a large amount of white powder substance that I believed to be cocaine based on my training and experience. The white powder inside the baggy later tested positive for cocaine and was a total package weight of 45.91 grams of cocaine."

    However, at some point after the conviction, somebody came up with the idea to test the white powder which was when it was discovered it was powdered milk.

    Gregg, 29, was released Friday after a judge granted him permission to change his plea to not guilty.


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    A junkie judge and pill pilfering pig.
    Bad public servants.

    North Carolina Judge Dies from Heroin and Fentanyl Overdose, Convicted DWI Cases

    A fentanyl and heroin overdose caused the unexpected death of Guilford County, NC former Chief District Court Judge Tom Jarrell, 56, the North Carolina Office of the Chief Medical Examiner said in an autopsy released Thursday.

    The judge was found unresponsive August 3, 2019 on his bedroom floor during a welfare check at his High Point, NC home reports WXII 12 News.

    Jarrell had a medical history that was significant for atrial fibrillation, or irregular heartbeat, but police found a plastic bag with a powdered substance in his pocket, according to the report.


    In his bathroom, police found a pocketknife and a piece of paper containing a powdered substance, according to the report. The autopsy found that there was a possible needle puncture in his right arm with dried blood. There was also 40 milligrams of alcohol in his system, the toxicology report showed.

    When appointed as chief district court judge in August 2016, Judge Jarrell saw a need to reduce the backlog of DWI cases on the docket in Guilford County.

    Judge Jarrell sought to reduce fatalities involving impaired driving and making North Carolina roads and highways safer, yet Jarrell died using the illegal drugs of heroin and fentanyl.


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    Texas Cop Arrested for Stealing 30 Pills from Nurse's Office at a Middle School

    Lockhart Police Department Officer Chad Corbitt was a school resource officer with a junior high school, Corbitt was arrested for allegedly stealing pills from the nurse's office.

    On Oct. 7, a school nurse at Lockhart Junior High School in Texas made a report to police. She said that she took an inventory count of the students' medication on Oct. 4, and noticed that a total of 30 pills were missing. Police said that surveillance video showed Corbitt walking into the clinic on Saturday, Oct. 5, in civilian clothes after getting in with his school resource key, KXAN News reports.

    Corbitt was confronted by superiors from his own police department about the matter. Corbitt then resigned from the Lockhart Police Department on Oct. 9.

    Corbitt was arrested on Oct. 11 and charged with theft of a controlled substance, a third-degree felony.



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    Another POS jackboot thug with a badge, Jerry Alderman, who thinks laws don't apply to him even when he's off duty. He was allowed to leave the crime scene because cops don't usually arrest their fellow corrupt blue line gang members as they try to figure out a way to sweep it under the rug. For his unlawful actions initially he received a paid vacation, AKA administrative leave with pay. Later Alderman was arrested and charged with 3 counts of aggravated assault and one count of using a firearm while under the influence of alcohol. I can't wait to see what type of blue line privilege sentence/punishment he'll receive in court. Any other citizen making threats and brandishing a handgun while under the influence would have the book thrown at them and serve time in prison.







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    Florida Cop Made Teen Girl Run Naked in the Everglades to Avoid Arrest


    A former cop at the Miccosukee Police Department was convicted on October 17 after forcing two teenagers to run naked on a secluded road in the Everglades. One of the teens was a girl, we are not sure the sex of the other.

    Michael Martinez, 30, was found guilty of two counts of extortion and two counts of unlawful compensation, which are all felonies, according to Broward State Attorney Mike Satz.

    According to NBC Miami, on Aug. 5, 2016 Martinez pulled over two 18-year-olds for running a stop sign in the Everglades near the Miccosukee Reservation on Alligator Alley. Martinez found alcohol and a small amount of marijuana in their car and told them to follow him down a hidden road.

    Martinez told the teens that they could face jail time if they did not strip naked and run down the road. One of the women claimed that Martinez tried to solicit a “hand job.” The teens said they felt intimidated and threatened, so they complied with Martinez's commands.

    Martinez faces up to 60 years in state prison; his sentencing is scheduled for Nov. 25.


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    Best thread in SBR history

    Keep em coming boys

    Without oversight from guys like us these disgusting excuses for civil servants would Crown themselves King
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    Well, I’ve been to Aurora and if you choose to live there you deserve to get shot

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    This story is sad and should never have happened. The lack of caution and meticulous preparation results in a lady losing her life while the cop, Lee Coel, gets off with probation for murder. Another case of blue line gang privilege and special treatment with very light punishment. The shooting took place over 3 years ago, but the plea deal was just accepted last week allowing the killer to walk away with no prison or jail time for his egregious actions.


    Florida Cop who Shot Woman during Training Exercise will Serve no Jail Time


    Former Punta Gorda police officer Lee Coel accepted a plea deal where he will serve 10 years probation.

    The Florida cop who shot and killed a woman during a citizen police academy "shoot/don't shoot scenario" training exercise will serve no jail time.

    Lee Coel was a Punta Gorda police officer when he shot and killed Mary Knowlton in 2016. Knowlton was a 73-year-old retired librarian who enrolled in the citizen police academy to show her support for police. She was killed in front of 35 other people, including her husband.

    Coel, who had a history of abusing citizens, said he believed the gun he was using contained blanks. Instead, it contained real bullets.

    He was charged with felony manslaughter with a firearm and was fired from his job shortly after. He was facing up to 30 years in jail as well as a $10,000 fine, according to NBC News.

    Last week, he agreed to a plea deal that will have him serve ten years of probation with no jail time.

    So just how did Coel confuse live ammo for blanks?

    According to Fox News:

    "Coel used a .38 caliber Smith & Wesson revolver during the demonstration. Coel reportedly loaded it with bullets given to him by another officer. That officer told investigators they were moving and "had some old ammunition they wanted to get rid of." The officer believed the two boxes of ammunition given to Coel were filled with blank rounds.

    Coel reportedly tested the .38 revolver with the ammunition he was given during a demonstration at the CCSO shooting range sometime in July 2016, weeks before Knowlton's death.

    Investigators determined Coel did not realize he was shooting live rounds at the range.

    Coel reportedly used the same ammunition on August 9th when Knowlton was shot. Investigators say he stored the ammunition in the back of his K-9 squad car; in a separate place from the ammunition for his duty weapon."

    Tom Lewis, who was Punta Gorda police chief at the time, was charged with culpable negligence and found not guilty in 2017.

    The Knowlton family received a $2 million settlement.

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    Louisiana Cop & His Wife Arrested on Child Pornography Charges, Took Nude Pics

    A high-ranking Livingston Parish Sheriff’s Office deputy and his wife have been arrested, accused of child rape and the production of child pornography, among other major charges in Livingston Parish, Louisiana.

    Dennis Perkins, 44, and Cynthia Perkins, 34, were arrested Wednesday, Oct. 23 as the result of a criminal probe headed up by the Louisiana Attorney General’s Office. Mrs. Perkins is a Livingston Parish school teacher.

    Mr. Perkins was a lieutenant with the Livingston Parish Sheriff’s Office Special Operations Unit and SWAT team.

    The Louisiana attorney general says the married couple was involved in producing or prepossessing child pornography and rape.

    According to KALB News the investigation was initiated following a tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children regarding the possible possession and distribution of child pornography.

    Scant details have been released, but here is what we know so far:

    Among the evidence seized in the case are photos that show Mr. and Mrs. Perkins nude with an unclothed child.

    Mr. Perkins faces an obstruction of justice charge after he allegedly threw his cell phone into a river in north Louisiana after finding out investigators were there to take him into custody.

    Mr. Perkins was terminated from the Livingston Parish Sheriff’s Office amid the child pornography investigation. Mrs. Perkins resigned Wednesday morning from her position as a teacher at Westside Junior High School in Louisiana.

    Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry says Denny Perkins is charged with 60 counts of production of pornography involving a juvenile under the age of 13, two counts of first degree rape, three counts of possession of pornography involving a juvenile under the age of 13, two counts of video voyeurism, and two counts of obscenity.

    Mr. Perkins has a bond of $1,675,000.

    Cynthia Perkins is charged with 60 counts of production of pornography involving a juvenile under the age of 13 and two counts of first degree rape. She’s being held on a $500,000 bond.

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    Preach brother!!

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    Anther example of the blue line gang and their selective enforcement of the law. It took 7 days and a public outcry to Phoenix police to finally arrest the doctor who displayed his handgun in a threatening manner. Either the cop and his supervisor on the scene are completely ignorant or are just plain old oath breakers and should not hold positions in law enforcement.





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    All these keyboard Warriors on this site slamming cops...when they hear a noise in the dark they are the 1st to call 911 after peeing themselves

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    All of the bootlickers that just obey and have their constitutional rights trampled and think the cops do no wrong are enablers and are a large part of the problem. Just because a citizen calls 911 doesn't mean the police have to do anything or even investigate. The supreme court has ruled that police have no obligation to protect anyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by b1slickguy View Post
    All of the bootlickers that just obey and have their constitutional rights trampled and think the cops do no wrong are enablers and are a large part of the problem. Just because a citizen calls 911 doesn't mean the police have to do anything or even investigate. The supreme court has ruled that police have no obligation to protect anyone.

    The supreme court has ruled that police have no obligation to protect anyone? Really? Tell
    that to the sheriff's deputy in Florida who got fired after not entering the high school while a shooting was taking place.

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    OMFG seriously we don't know the difference between the obligations and duties of an EMPLOYEE versus the perceived obligation of a LE unit in general?

    Cops are pathetic losers, get over it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ph q all View Post
    The supreme court has ruled that police have no obligation to protect anyone? Really? Tell
    that to the sheriff's deputy in Florida who got fired after not entering the high school while a shooting was taking place.

    The Town of Castle Rock v. Gonzales, 2005


    In reference to deputy Scot Peterson and the Parkland shooting:

    A federal judge says Broward schools and the Sheriff’s Office had no legal duty to protect students during the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

    U.S. District Judge Beth Bloom dismissed a suit filed by 15 students who claimed they were traumatized by the crisis in February. The suit named six defendants, including the Broward school district and the Broward Sheriff’s Office, as well as school deputy Scot Peterson and campus monitor Andrew Medina.

    Bloom ruled that the two agencies had no constitutional duty to protect students who were not in custody.



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    Quote Originally Posted by MinnesotaFats View Post
    OMFG seriously we don't know the difference between the obligations and duties of an EMPLOYEE versus the perceived obligation of a LE unit in general?

    Cops are pathetic losers, get over it.
    Do you beat your wife? Do you hurt children? Drug dealer? Peeping Tom? What is it that you do that is illegal to make you hate cops so much.
    Did one take your mom away from your Dad causing you to grow up motherless?
    People then dislike cops have a reason. What's yours?

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    Quote Originally Posted by b1slickguy View Post
    The Town of Castle Rock v. Gonzales, 2005


    In reference to deputy Scot Peterson and the Parkland shooting:

    A federal judge says Broward schools and the Sheriff’s Office had no legal duty to protect students during the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

    U.S. District Judge Beth Bloom dismissed a suit filed by 15 students who claimed they were traumatized by the crisis in February. The suit named six defendants, including the Broward school district and the Broward Sheriff’s Office, as well as school deputy Scot Peterson and campus monitor Andrew Medina.

    Bloom ruled that the two agencies had no constitutional duty to protect students who were not in custody.



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    I don't think you understood me the 1st time when I said tell it to the sheriff's deputy.
    So I'll tell you again. Tele to the sheriff's deputy that were on scene and got fired.

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    This is too easy....liberals are no longer even the slightest challenge in a debate.
    All you gotta do is support your president, support your military, support the police, and enjoy the ride - even when your side loses. It'll be okay. Just get your blankets find a safe room and cry it all out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ph q all View Post
    This is too easy....liberals are no longer even the slightest challenge in a debate.
    All you gotta do is support your president, support your military, support the police, and enjoy the ride - even when your side loses. It'll be okay. Just get your blankets find a safe room and cry it all out.

    I am the furthest from being a liberal. I hold no political or partisan constraints. I am "enjoying the ride" and I don't have "a side," but I refuse to support and condone corruption at all levels whether it be the president, the use of military or the police who swore an oath to uphold the law and protect the constitutional rights of the citizens.

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    Connecticut Cop Charged for Opening Fire on Citizens Complying with his Orders

    Hamden police officer Devin Eaton ordered a man out of his car, then opened fire when the man stepped out of the car.

    A Connecticut cop who fired into a car of unarmed citizens said he imagined a gun in the hands of the driver who was complying with his orders to step out of the car with his arms raised.

    And that is usually all it takes for a cop to be cleared of any wrongdoing but it did not work this time.

    Instead, Hamden police officer Devin Eaton was charged with assault and reckless endangerment last week. His attorney said that Eaton and other officers are "distraught" over the charges, according to NBC News.

    This is how Eaton described the incident in his report.

    "I could see that he was not holding anything in his left hand but as he began to turn towards me I saw the operator (Witherspoon) begin to raise his right arm up and it appeared that he was holding an object in his right hand, which I believed to be a gun. Based on his close proximity to me and his sudden and aggressive actions when exiting the vehicle, I was afraid that the operator was about to shoot me and cause me serious bodily injury or death."


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    Judge LaTisha Dear Jackson sentenced former DeKalb officer Robert Olsen to 20 years in prison with the first 12 years served in custody. Olsen was convicted last month of aggravated assault, making false statements and violation of oath by a public officer. He was acquitted by a jury on two felony murder counts for the 2015 killing of veteran Anthony Hill. This POS cop shot and killed an unarmed man, lied about the incident and falsified his report in an effort the cover up his criminal behavior. Prior to sentencing, hearing Olsen's lawyer plead with the judge for leniency was utterly disgusting.


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    Another POS tyrant earning the hate.




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    Great detective work by the NYPD.




    NYPD Brags on Twitter of Major Pot Bust that Turned out to be Legal Hemp

    With marijuana becoming more mainstream with each passing day, police continue to criminalize it with each passing day by making senseless arrests.

    And it doesn't get anymore senseless than the latest arrest which took place Saturday when New York City police officers confiscated 106 pounds of legal industrial hemp enriched with CBD.

    The NYPD cops then bragged about the arrest by posting photos of themselves on Twitter surrounded by bags of hemp or what they described as "marijuana destined for our city streets."

    The reaction on Twitter was swift with most people questioning why are police still cracking down on cannabis, especially now that it is legal in more states than it is not legal.

    Commenters became even more condescending when the owner of the company that owned the hemp responded on Instagram by saying the NYPD seized his hemp and falsely arrested his brother despite having the proper documentation proving it was legal.

    The hemp in question was discovered in packages that had been delivered via Federal Express by a Brooklyn-based company named Green Angel CBD. Although the delivery included the proper paperwork, a Federal Express driver took it upon himself to call the cops.


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    The NYPD still has not removed is self-congratulatory post on Twitter.





    Officers Greenidge and Ganshaw from the @NYPD75Pct used precision policing and relentless follow-up, along with a great working relationship with @FedEx and other local law enforcement officials, to confiscate 106 pounds of marijuana that was destined for our city streets.

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    I support cops. They have a tough job. Most citizens in this country would rather sit behind a keyboard and tell cops how to do their job while asking their mom to make more meatloaf.

    We all know the kind. The ones that talk tough about cops and pick them apart until they get pulled over and they begin shaking in their boots while peeing their pants.
    Only in America.

    I.support our military too.
    Rebuplicans good. DEMOCRATS BAD. On a different note....I just don't understand why democrats support ripping and tearing limbs from unborn babies. Very sick people. They support Mexican cartels too. Sick. Very sick

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ph q all View Post
    I support cops. They have a tough job. Most citizens in this country would rather sit behind a keyboard and tell cops how to do their job while asking their mom to make more meatloaf.

    We all know the kind. The ones that talk tough about cops and pick them apart until they get pulled over and they begin shaking in their boots while peeing their pants.
    Only in America.

    I.support our military too.
    Rebuplicans good. DEMOCRATS BAD. On a different note....I just don't understand why democrats support ripping and tearing limbs from unborn babies. Very sick people. They support Mexican cartels too. Sick. Very sick

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ph q all View Post
    I support cops. They have a tough job. Most citizens in this country would rather sit behind a keyboard and tell cops how to do their job while asking their mom to make more meatloaf.

    We all know the kind. The ones that talk tough about cops and pick them apart until they get pulled over and they begin shaking in their boots while peeing their pants.
    Only in America.

    I.support our military too.
    Rebuplicans good. DEMOCRATS BAD. On a different note....I just don't understand why democrats support ripping and tearing limbs from unborn babies. Very sick people. They support Mexican cartels too. Sick. Very sick

    But its ok to fire thousands of depleted uranium artillery rounds in Iraq. THAT SHIT FLOATS AROUND FOR A BILLION YEARS. IT WILL NOT GO AWAY. Birth defects....babies born with no asshole...etc and Bush/Cheney kept the boys firing away. I am a veteran of the Desert Storm era by the way. Also if you're going to bitch about abortion then you can't bitch about welfare or more crime. What do you think unwanted and unloved kids end up doing most of the time?

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    The U.S. military has consistently downplayed or denied possible adverse health and environmental effects because of its use of depleted uranium ordnance, yet birth defects and spikes in sometimes odd health problems seem to follow closely behind in communities unfortunate enough to have been the site of the heavy use of such munitions. U.S. and NATO forces used D.U. penetrator munitions in the 1991 Gulf War, the Bosnia war, Serbia and the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
    Now in Fallujah, Iraq, the site of two rounds of intense fighting and bombing raids by U.S. forces in March and April 2004, a University of Michigan study (<-warning: not for faint of heart) funded by the World Health Organization has uncovered "staggering" increases in sometimes bizarre birth defects—babies born with brains and other organs outside their bodies—according to a report in Britain's Independent. The study found that in Fallujah, more than half of all babies born between 2007 and 2010 suffered some kind of birth defect. "Before the siege, this figure was more like one in 10."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ph q all View Post
    I support cops. They have a tough job. Most citizens in this country would rather sit behind a keyboard and tell cops how to do their job while asking their mom to make more meatloaf.

    We all know the kind. The ones that talk tough about cops and pick them apart until they get pulled over and they begin shaking in their boots while peeing their pants.
    Only in America.

    I.support our military too.
    Rebuplicans good. DEMOCRATS BAD. On a different note....I just don't understand why democrats support ripping and tearing limbs from unborn babies. Very sick people. They support Mexican cartels too. Sick. Very sick
    Cops voluntarily choose the job.

    Many do so because they have personality traits that make them unemployable in the real world.

    Law Enforcement is a obsolete trade. Today's policing is nothing more than propping up a bygone industry with union membership and lobbyist that shake down city, county, state and federal politicians for money in exchange for endorsement. It's accomplished by increasing the number of arrests and number of inmates via fake arrests, trumped up charges, quotas and minority profiling because that group doesn't have disposable income for hood legal representation, ergo, the 'industry of crime punishment' maintains a good profit margin for the lawyers, the prosecutors, the judges, the sheriffs and the budget they are afforded.

    After all, if the County lost money on each arrest, they wouldn't be arresting people.

    Cops are worthless and a drain on society. Only enforcement is of small time laws that are profit centers (speeding, parking, dui) so the guys on the street get their pension and sure thing incarceration (minority drug possession) to keep those jails full so the POs get their pension.

    It's a racket...there's no need to support them, they've already got half the country trying to make them the exclusive right to force.

    .....and look deeper at your ideological alliances, you may have left and right mixed up here. Supporting LE and understanding the purpose of LE are 2 different things, 2 different political angles. The ignorance is scary, because LE industry plays on the fears of both sides, and the money pours in.... the cycle continues.... the corruption goes on.... nobody is actually safer, no community better off, no less chance of crime today than 50 tears ago or 100 years ago.

    It's very much like the Great Society and war on poverty... dump as much $$$ into as you want, it's always going to be the same. It's corruption and an industry full of participants milking the public coffers for their cause.
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    Texas deputy who struck man he invited to slap him indicted


    HOUSTON (AP) — A Texas sheriff's deputy is facing an assault charge after inviting a man to slap him in the face, then slapping the man to the ground.

    The Harris County district attorney's office said a grand jury indicted 39-year-old Ellison Collins Tuesday.

    Prosecutors say Collins invited the now 61-year-old man to slap him in a restaurant parking lot last year. Video shows the man slowly raising his hand toward Collins, who then slaps him. It does not show what led to the altercation.

    The sheriff's office says Collins was placed on administrative duty and the investigation into the incident will be presented to a disciplinary committee.

    Attorney Justin Keiter says Collins is not guilty and called the indictment "an affront to all of law enforcement."


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