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    Stinnett Texas Police Department has deleted their facebook page which is destruction of public record. The police chief, Jason Collier, is involved in a scandal in which he has been courting and attempting to marry 2 other woman behind his wife's back. Collier even went as far as creating and giving a fake annulment to one of the women as proof that his current marriage ended.

    Since the department's facebook page was deleted the discussion has continued on one of the women's pages with both women commenting along with people from around the world.

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    ‘Please, I’m 14!’: Cop Slams Harmless Child to the Ground, Forces Dog to Maul Him


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    This man's dash cam saves him from being extorted by a road pirate's "mistake."

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    Another one of the 40%+ of LEO households affected by domestic violence. Bridgeport Illinois police chief Scott Murray was charged with domestic battery and reckless discharge of a firearm after he was arrested at his home this past weekend. Murray bonded out and resigned from his position. Let's hope that the DA isn't completely corrupt and thinks that the pig quitting his job is sufficient punishment like so many others have and do.




    Bridgeport, Ill. Chief of Police arrested after domestic situation


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    The guy filming this is just a punk. He needs his ass beat. He is simply antagonizing the cops. What a prick.
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    I change my opinion. Although the guy is antagonizing there is some value in training the cops to not escalate the situation.
    I watched a few of these and some of the cops were to blame and if they indeed watch these there can be some good out of this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reallyhardtowin View Post
    I change my opinion. Although the guy is antagonizing there is some value in training the cops to not escalate the situation.
    I watched a few of these and some of the cops were to blame and if they indeed watch these there can be some good out of this.
    The guy filming is a prick, but he wasn't doing anything illegal. These pigs all knew it, but they're so used to getting away with violating peoples' rights that they take it personally when someone challenges their insensible cop logic. Barking unlawful orders and outright ignorance of the law is unacceptable. Lack of proper training is a major issue, but only the tip of the iceberg.
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    Ex-Sheriff’s Deputy To Stand Trial For Murder In Detainee’s Shooting Outside San Diego Jail

    A former San Diego County sheriff's deputy accused of fatally shooting an unarmed, fleeing detainee outside the downtown San Diego jail was ordered Wednesday to stand trial on a second-degree murder charge.

    Aaron Russell, 24, is charged in the May 1, 2020, death of Nicholas Bils, who was shot multiple times as he was running away from officers, leading to the rare decision to prosecute a law enforcement officer in an officer- involved shooting.

    Following two days of testimony, which included accounts from several people who witnessed Bils' flight and the shooting, San Diego Superior Court Judge Theodore Weathers ruled there was enough evidence to proceed to trial, denying a defense request to dismiss the murder count or reduce it to voluntary manslaughter.

    Bils, 36, was being taken to the downtown detention facility when he managed to partially slip out of handcuffs and escape from a California State Parks officer's car.

    According to witness testimony and surveillance footage, another ranger in a separate vehicle tried to get out of his truck to subdue Bils, but he shoved the truck's door into the officer's legs and took off running before he was shot multiple times in the back, arm and thigh.

    Three other law enforcement officers were at the scene, but Russell was the only one to draw his firearm, according to prosecutors.

    Russell, who had been with the department for 18 months, resigned shortly after the shooting. He remains out of custody and his next court date is a Feb. 10 Superior Court arraignment.

    While what prompted Russell to open fire remains unclear, one of his attorneys, Richard Pinckard, argued his client had a reasonable belief that Bils presented a threat to members of the public.

    Though Bils wasn't carrying any weapons, Pinckard noted he had managed to slip the cuffs off one of his wrists and may have been clutching the dangling cuff in his hand as he ran from the scene.

    Pinckard said that while Bils ran, he briefly turned toward Russell with the metal object in his hand and "Mr. Russell perceived an imminent threat."

    Deputy District Attorney Stephen Marquardt said the shooting was unjustified, both when considering self-defense or a recently updated standard for law enforcement officers' use of deadly force. State law now holds that officers can utilize deadly force only when they believe it's necessary to defend against the imminent threat of death or serious harm to themselves or others.

    Marquardt highlighted the testimony of three other law enforcement officers present during the shooting, none of whom stated they perceived Bils as an immediate danger to others or felt they needed to draw their firearms to subdue him.

    Darrell Ross, another sheriff's deputy who was walking with Russell to work that day, testified Tuesday that he saw when he saw Bils take off running, he "wanted to catch up with (Bils) and tackle him," but "saw no need for any type of other force."

    Ross testified that he did not hear Russell or Bils say anything before the shots were fired, though he conceded that he briefly looked down to the ground at the moment when the shots were fired. Pinckard highlighted that point, saying none of the other officers shared Russell's vantage point of the suspect and the apparent threat he presented.

    State Parks Ranger Jessica Murany testified that after arresting Bils earlier that day, she took him to the jail.

    Once there, she said she heard the sounds of "fumbling" from the back seat and turned to see Bils with his back to her. She testified he never made any verbal or physical threats to her prior to fleeing, and did not have any weapons on him at the time.

    Murany testified that she did not see the shooting, but heard the shots as she was radioing that she was engaged in a foot pursuit.

    Jonathan Irwin, the park ranger in the other vehicle, testified that after Bils shoved the car door into his legs, he wanted to chase after Bils and "physically tackle" him. Irwin said he also didn't hear commands given before the shots were fired. When asked why he didn't draw his gun, he said he "did not perceive Mr. Bils as any direct threat to me" other than shutting the car door on him.

    Bils was initially arrested about 4 p.m. May 1 at Old Town State Park, where he was hitting golf balls for his dog to fetch, according to a wrongful death lawsuit filed last month by his mother against Russell, San Diego County Sheriff Bill Gore, the park rangers who arrested Bils and San Diego County.

    Murany testified that when she approached Bils because he had his dog off a leash, he ran from her and at some point brandished the golf club as though he might swing at her.

    According to Kathleen Bils' lawsuit, her son suffered from longstanding mental health issues and was terrified of police, which may have played a role in his flight.


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    Cop Arrested for Sexually Abusing 46 Children, Forcing Them to Cut Themselves, Threatening to Kill Them

    New York, NY — The Free Thought Project has reported on countless cases of child predator cops going after their victims through various means online, at school, in the home, on the job, and elsewhere. We have reported on abuse and utterly horrifying incidents over the years that shock the conscience. However, we have never reported on a case like the one below in which an NYPD cop allegedly preyed on dozens of children online — sometimes encouraging them to potentially harm themselves in a serious manner — while sexually abusing them in the process.

    Officer Carmine Simpson was arrested on Thursday morning for an absolutely sickening and sadistic habit of targeting dozens of children online, have them send him sexually explicit videos and photos, and encouraging them to seriously harm themselves.

    “Instead of protecting the community as a sworn police officer, the defendant has preyed upon and sexually exploited the most vulnerable members,” stated Acting United States Attorney Seth D. DuCharme. “The protection of innocent children is a priority for the Department of Justice and this Office will continue to make every effort to ensure that those who contribute to the victimization of children will be brought to justice.”

    According to court filings:

    "Simpson, a police officer with the NYPD, allegedly targeted vulnerable children on Twitter for the purpose of having them create sexually exploitative photos and videos of themselves for the defendant. Simpson often represented to his victims that he was 17 years-old, and he sent them pictures of himself where he applied a filter to alter his own appearance so that he appeared younger. Simpson communicated with at least 46 children who appear to have been between the ages of 13 and 17."

    According to the FBI, Simpson had a profile on Twitter under the handle “LifeOfChris69” that was being used to target minors. They were alerted to this account by Twitter users in December who contacted the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

    On Twitter alone, according to the FBI, Simpson obtained at least 18 photographic images and 33 videos containing sexually exploitative material from children. However, he also used FaceTime, Snapchat, TikTok and Discord.

    The FBI detailed several incidents, including one in which he had a child write his name on her body and video herself engaging in sexual activity to send to him.

    NBC 4 reports Simpson also expressed a desire for violence. The police officer, who possesses at least one firearm, told one minor he wanted to “hold a gun to a girls head” and threaten to kill her during oral sex. On Dec. 31, he told another victim that “All I’m thinking about is just hurting and abusing you all night just to kill you after,” court documents read. He told other victims he was into “knife play,” expressing a desire to “carve words” in bodies.

    Because of the disturbingly violent nature of Simpson’s allegations, a judge ordered him held without bond until his trial, as he is more of a threat to the community than the average child predator.

    “One of the major concerns I have is that this is not a one-off incident here,” said U.S. Magistrate Judge A. Kathleen Tomlinson. “This series of events went on for months and months. There’s a pattern that clearly was established here.”

    Simpson is now being held at the same facility in which Jeffrey Epstein’s longtime associate Ghislaine Maxwell is awaiting trial.

    Insanely enough, Simpson is only facing a mandatory sentence of 15 years if convicted. Most would agree that crimes like these certainly warrant more time.

    “As a law enforcement officer, Mr. Simpson swore an oath to protect the public he served. We allege he chose instead to manipulate some of our society’s most vulnerable citizens when he repeatedly enticed children to create sexually explicit videos and photos,” stated FBI Assistant Director-in-Charge William Sweeney. “Much of this activity occurs through popular social media sites, so I’d ask parents and guardians to take some time to talk with your children about their online activities. You are the first line of defense in protecting our youth from predators. A moment of your time can save a lifetime of trauma. If you believe someone is trying to entice or sexually exploit your child, please report it to us by calling 1-800-CALL-FBI or going to tips.fbi.gov.”


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    SAPD officer slapped with new bribery charge for giving info to domestic violence suspect, officials say

    Officer Erik Rodriguez also charged with felony misuse of official information

    SAN ANTONIO – A San Antonio police officer has been arrested again in connection with a case in which officials said he accepted money in exchange for providing information to a suspect in a domestic violence case.

    Erik Rodriguez, a 14-year veteran of SAPD, was arrested and charged with bribery on Wednesday. He was also arrested last week for misuse of official information in connection with the case.

    A detective became aware of the allegations against Rodriguez after the victim in a domestic violence case said she believed her abuser had a friend providing him information, the release states.

    The detective later discovered that not only had Rodriguez provided case information to the suspect, but had been paid by the suspect to do so.

    SAPD Chief William McManus released the following statement last week:

    “Preventing family violence and providing services to victims has been and remains a priority for the San Antonio Police Department. I am bitterly disappointed and frustrated that an SAPD Officer would violate his oath of office and the public trust by placing a survivor in jeopardy. The quick response of the SAPD Detective assigned to this case reinforces that there will be swift and serious consequences for any type of misconduct. The investigation of the officer and the abuser will continue, and additional charges may be filed.”

    Rodriguez is the first SAPD officer arrested this year.



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    Cop Arrested for Bribery Last Week, Arrested This Week For Child Porn Bestiality

    San Antonio, TX — San Antonio Police Officer Erik Rodriguez is accused of being a particularly bad cop. Earlier this month, the 14-year veteran of the department was arrested on a misuse of official information charge. One week later, he was arrested again, this time for bribery. And, this week, this cop was arrested one more time — on charges of possession of child porn bestiality.

    Rodriguez’s decent into crime apparently began earlier this month when this monster allegedly took money from a suspect accused of beating women, Jeremiah Gonzalez, and helped him obtain confidential information to help his case.

    According to Express News, police said in that arrest, a detective investigating allegations of dating violence learned that the victim believed her abuser’s friend was providing him with information about the ongoing investigation.

    The detective discovered that the suspected abuser received case information from Rodriguez, who was paid by the suspect, authorities said. It took just $100, according to prosecutors, for Rodriguez to sell out the citizens who pay his salary.

    “Preventing family violence and providing services to victims has been and remains a priority for the San Antonio Police Department,” Police Chief William McManus said after the first arrest. “I am bitterly disappointed and frustrated that an SAPD Officer would violate his oath of office and the public trust by placing a survivor in jeopardy. The quick response of the SAPD Detective assigned to this case reinforces that there will be swift and serious consequences for any type of misconduct. The investigation of the officer and the abuser will continue, and additional charges may be filed.”

    McManus had to issue yet another statement this week, decrying the officer’s actions once again. Announcing that he is suspending Rodriguez without pay, McManus said, “The allegations against Officer Rodriguez are serious and troubling and will continue to be addressed through criminal and administrative processes.”

    According to prosecutors, after he was arrested for bribery and manipulating evidence, Rodriguez was found in possession of child sexual exploitation material. He was the charged for possession of this content which apparently depicted a child “engaging in sexual conduct, namely sexual bestiality.”

    Because Rodriguez had not been yet charged with the sexual offense prior to the grand jury indictment for bribery and information misuse, the grand jury set a bond of $100,000 in the case. Luckily, he remains behind bars as of the writing of this article.

    Sadly, although Rodriguez’s case is shocking, it is hardly an isolated incident. Police sexual misconduct is one of America’s dirty little secrets. Barely a day goes by without news of a law enforcement officer’s arrest for raping adults and children alike. There are so many instances of officers arrested for sexual misconduct that the Free Thought Project cannot report on all of them.

    It is a sad day when police officers — the ones who claim to protect us — are caught preying on society’s most vulnerable. However, there are a lot of sad days as this situation plays out like a broken record, over and over again. Luckily, this alleged monster was caught.

    Pedophiles often seek out positions of power and authority over children so they are in a position to abuse. Priests, teachers, coaches, police officers, counselors, and others are just some of the fields in which pedophiles will attempt to gain employment.

    As TFTP has reported, a study exposed the startling fact that police officers are arrested about 1,100 times a year, or roughly three officers charged every day. Many of these arrests are over unspeakable sex crimes.

    “Police crimes are not uncommon,” the study’s lead researcher Philip M. Stinson concluded. “Our data directly contradicts some of the prevailing assumptions and the proposition that only a small group of rotten apples perpetrate the vast majority of police crime.” Although nearly 60 percent of the crimes “occurred when the officer was technically off-duty,” Stinson wrote, “a significant portion of these so-called off-duty crimes also lies within the context of police work and the perpetrator’s role as a police officer, including instances where off-duty officers flash a badge, an official weapon, or otherwise use their power, authority, and the respect afforded to them as a means to commit crime.”

    According to a report from WaPo, in cases involving allegations of sexual abuse, 72 percent of the officers were fired, and more than 80 percent resulted in convictions, the study found. There were 422 reported cases of forcible and statutory rape, 352 cases of forcible fondling and 94 sodomy cases over the seven years of the study, which Stinson called “larger than expected based on the existing research.” The data search turned up 174 examples of male officers arrested in cases of “Driving While Female,” in which women drivers were harassed or assaulted. About 82 percent of those cases ended in convictions.

    Despite the high rate of conviction, the sentences handed out are insultingly low.


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    Police chief, officer under fire after bodycam video surfaces with racial slurs, explicit language

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    More POS criminals wearing costumes and badges in action. After these low IQ tyrants illegally arrested a man for failing to ID, their supervisor instructs them to double check the failure to ID statute before they kidnap and cage him. It was at this time the jackboots realized they did illegally arrest the man as one of the pigs was reading the statute aloud. The supervisor then copsplains to his fellow oath breakers how they should coplsplain away their "mistaken understanding of the law" to the man who was illegally arrested. The supervisor further instructs his pigs to remind the man that it is always best to lick to boot and do what you're told when given instructions by LEOs, even though the law does not require it. Sorry, tyrants, that's not how it works. This was nothing more than a contempt of cop charge. The piggies had their egos bruised when the man LEGALLY refused to ID himself and and stated he only had to provide ID if he was lawfully arrested. Once again the citizen knows the law, but the pigs, the ones tasked with enforcing it, don't. Jackboots Webber, Mayberry and Francis have been named as defendants in a lawsuit filed last month.


    Pay close attention in the last minute. "There's been confusion on 'fail to ID' since I've been here," says the sergeant on the scene. How is there any confusion of policing 101 and the 4th Amendment? Pigs just think that they are entitled to someone's papers when requested, but that's not they way the law is written in any state.

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    Stinnett Texas Police Department has deleted their facebook page which is destruction of public record. The police chief, Jason Collier, is involved in a scandal in which he has been courting and attempting to marry 2 other woman behind his wife's back. Collier even went as far as creating and giving a fake annulment to one of the women as proof that his current marriage ended.

    Since the department's facebook page was deleted the discussion has continued on one of the women's pages with both women commenting along with people from around the world.

    https://www.facebook.com/1057775694/...bstory_index=0



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    Officers Lock Mentally Ill Man in “Feces Filled Room” for 6 Days—Court Denies Them Immunity

    Lubbock, TX — According to the United States Bill of Rights, the Eighth Amendment of the Constitution prohibits the federal government from imposing excessive bail, excessive fines, or cruel and unusual punishments. All too often however, law enforcement in the United States seems to gain pleasure from violating this amendment on all fronts. And as the following case illustrates, they do so, knowing they will likely face no consequences.

    Last year, a federal appeals court affirmed a lower court’s ruling in favor of several prison guards who forced an inmate to sleep naked on the floor of a prison cell that was covered in human waste and raw sewage. That man is Trent Taylor and after he was sadistically tortured by these officers, he filed a lawsuit against them.

    The system is set up in such a way, however, that multiple courts refused to allow him to go after the cops who locked him in this feces filled cell for days, by granting them qualified immunity.

    To be clear, the officers involved never disputed locking Taylor in the feces filled room. They admitted to the fact that in September of 2013, Taylor was stripped naked and forced to stay in a cell where “almost the entire surface—including the floor, ceiling, window, walls, and water faucet was covered with ‘massive amounts’ of feces.”

    Taylor couldn’t eat in the cell because he feared contamination and couldn’t drink any water because feces were “packed inside the water faucet.” According to the lawsuit, Taylor was brought to that cell on Sept. 6 and was locked in it until Sept. 10.

    On Sept. 11, Taylor’s abuse did not end and he was moved to a “seclusion cell” that didn’t have a toilet, water fountain, or bed, but did have a drain in the floor where he was told to defecate, according to the lawsuit.

    "Taylor alleged that the floor drain was clogged, leaving raw sewage on the floor. The drain smelled strongly of ammonia, which made it hard for Taylor to breathe. Yet, he alleged, the defendants repeatedly told him that if he needed to urinate, he had to do so in the clogged drain instead of being escorted to the restroom. Taylor refused.

    He worried that, because the drain was clogged, his urine would spill onto the already-soiled floor, where he had to sleep because he lacked a bed. So, he held his urine for twenty-four hours before involuntarily urinating on himself. He stayed in the seclusion cell until September 13. Prison officials then tried to return him to his first, feces- covered cell, but he objected and was permitted to stay in a different cell."

    This is quite literally torture and de facto violation of Taylor’s constitutional right to be free from cruel and unusual punishment. The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals agreed with all of this, however, it granted summary judgment for the officers, finding that while Taylor’s Eight Amendment rights were violated, the guards were entitled to qualified immunity because they didn’t have “fair warning” that “their specific actions were unconstitutional.”

    In other words, because throwing a mentally ill man into a feces filled cell for 6 days was not “clearly established” as a violation of the constitution, the cops were granted immunity.

    “The law wasn’t clearly established,” the Court ruled, basing their decision on the length of time permissible to submit a prisoner to such conditions. “Taylor stayed in his extremely dirty cells for only six days. Though the law was clear that prisoners couldn’t be housed in cells teeming with human waste for months on end, we hadn’t previously held that a time period so short violated the Constitution. That dooms Taylor’s claim.”

    Imagine the type of person it takes to think that is acceptable. Then, imagine it happened multiple times as Taylor and his attorneys fought the case all the way to the Supreme Court.

    When the case went before the Supreme Court, finally, reason and logic prevailed and the officers were denied qualified immunity in November of this year.

    “No reasonable correctional officer could have concluded that, under the extreme circumstances of this case, it was constitutionally permissible to house Taylor in such deplorably unsanitary conditions for such an extended period of time,” the ruling said. “Although an officer-by-officer analysis will be necessary on remand, the record suggests that at least some officers involved in Taylor’s ordeal were deliberately indifferent to the conditions of his cells.“

    Justice Clarence Thomas — who somehow thought that the cops should have immunity for what they did — was the single dissenting voice in the ruling and recently appointed Justice Amy Coney Barrett abstained.

    “First and foremost, we’re so grateful that Mr. Taylor is going to have the opportunity to continue his fight to vindicate his constitutional rights in the courts,” Elizabeth Cruikshank, one of Taylor’s attorneys, said. “We are also really pleased with the broader implications of this decision. The Supreme Court has been really expanding the doctrine of qualified immunity over recent years. And so this is sort of an unusual case in which the Supreme Court said that conduct had really gone too far to qualify to get qualified immunity. And so we think that this decision will hopefully help ensure that other people who are like Mr. Taylor will have the opportunity to vindicate their rights.”


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    More low IQ oath breakers policing with their feelings, egos and opinions instead the actual law that they took an oath to uphold. The eyes cannot trespass and the man never left PUBLIC property. Trespassing and resisting arrest were nothing but contempt of cop charges and neither actually occurred. The only crimes committed in the video were by the ignorant thugs wearing costumes and badges.

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    "...it's a 1st Amendment right and we're not going to infringe on it."




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    California Deputy Charged with Fabricating Ambush after Peeing on Side of Road

    Santa Clara sheriff's deputy Sukhdeep Gill is the latest law enforcement officer to fabricate an ambush on himself.

    It was one year ago today when a California sheriff's deputy claimed that he had been "ambushed" in a drive-by shooting as he was walking back to his patrol car after relieving himself on the side of a dark road, screaming into his radio, "shots fired! shots fired!",

    But now the deputy has been arrested for fabricating the shooting.

    Turns out, Santa Clara sheriff's deputy Sukhdeep Gill had fired the shots himself – which is not as uncommon as one would think – including one shot into his bulletproof vest which destroyed the body camera he was wearing on his chest, making it impossible to review the footage.

    He also fired several shots at his patrol car and claimed he fired two shots at the car which had attacked him describing it as a silver sedan that had turned off its lights before somebody opened fire from the passenger seat.

    But as we've seen several times in the past, his story did not add up which is why he is now facing charges of felony vandalism and falsely reporting a crime, a misdemeanor.

    According to a press release from the Santa Clara Sheriff's Office:

    “'This case is bewildering and deeply disappointing,” District Attorney Jeff Rosen said. “Deputy Gill’s actions abused the trust of his fellow officers and diverted public safety resources away from protecting the community to investigate a made-up crime.'

    At approximately 10:32 p.m., on January 31, 2020, the deputy hit the emergency broadcast button on his department issued radio and broadcast “Shots fired! Shots fired!” Officers responded from the Sheriff’s Office as well as the San Jose, Morgan Hill, and Gilroy police departments.

    The deputy told the first officer on scene that he had parked on the dirt shoulder to urinate during a routine patrol. While walking back towards the driver side of his patrol car he was shot at by the passenger in a silver sedan that had turned off its lights as it approached him. The deputy said he fired two shots towards the suspect vehicle, which fled on Uvas Road.

    An investigation found evidence, including ballistics, that exposed serious discrepancies in the deputy’s account."



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    Below are just a few of the stories we've written over the years of cops getting arrested for fabricating ambushes on themselves.

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    https://newsmaven.io/pinacnews/cops-...TUe0S61rcpPEVg

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    12yo Girl Finds Hidden Camera Recording Her in Shower—It Belonged to a Cop

    Ogden, UT — Imagine for a moment that you are a 12-year-old girl about to get in the shower only to look up and find a camera spying on you in the bathroom. Your first thought would likely be fear, followed by anger, followed by the desire to hold the person accountable by going to the police. For one young girl in Utah, that is exactly what happened. However, it was not as easy to go to the police afterward as the person who allegedly put the camera in her bathroom — was a cop.

    A top cop with the Weber County Sheriff’s Office was arrested last Wednesday and charged with utterly disturbing crimes for spying on the little girl. Marc Swain, 47, is a crime scene investigator with the sheriff’s office who has found himself on the other side of the law after his arrest last week on multiple counts of voyeurism and sexual exploitation of a minor.

    Swain is accused of hiding a recording device in a bathroom used by a 12-year-old girl. The girl told her parents about the camera after she noticed a camera lens in various places moving around the bathroom every time she showered.

    Before he was arrested, when Swain was questioned by someone who knows the girl, he reportedly told them that he accidentally left a “flash drive” in the bathroom that including a camera. Apparently, he “accidentally” left it in the bathroom — repeatedly and in different locations.

    Because the alleged crimes took place in the county in which Swain is a cop, the Layton City Police Department was called in to conduct the investigation to prevent the conflict of interest.

    Once the investigation was launched, Swain quickly caved to the pressure and admitted what he had been doing.

    "The complainant told police Swain had previously entered the bathroom and left before telling the girl to take a shower. She added that Swain had a pornography problem.

    The girl says she noticed the flash drive with the camera in the bathroom on three occasions, each time in a position to see her in a period of undress.

    A search warrant was served at the Ogden home of Swain and various electronic devices were seized. Swain was arrested Wednesday and admitted to making a bad decision by placing the recording device in the bathroom."

    After Swain admitted to recording the 12-year-old girl — for over nine months — and recording images and video of her, he said he “quickly deleted them” because he knew he was wrong.

    After his arrest, the department issued a canned statement about maintaining public trust and ensured concerned citizens they have nothing to worry about.

    “We recognize the emotional impact on public trust which arises out of these circumstances. The Weber County Sheriff’s Office is committed to full cooperation with the investigating agency, ensuring due process, and maintaining public trust through transparency,” said Sheriff Ryan Arbon.

    While this case may seem crazy, we reported on another identical case just a few weeks ago. As TFTP reported in December, just like Swain, a Mandan police officer in North Dakota set up a camera in the exhaust fan of a bathroom to record a young girl getting in and out of the shower. The person alleged to have put the camera in the fan is 45-year-old Scott Warzecha. Warzecha was the main suspect because the camera in the fan was on a cellphone that belonged to the cop.

    According to the Morton County Sheriff’s Office, the girl found the camera after a shower and when she looked on the phone, she found multiple videos of herself showering. The minor told deputies when they reviewed the 15-minutes of video, they could see themselves undressing and getting in and out of the shower.

    Warzecha was charged with felony sex crimes against a child — one count of using a minor in a sexual performance and two counts of surreptitious intrusion.


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    Ohio Cop Charged with Murder for Killing Unarmed Man Holding Smartphone

    Columbus police officer Adam Coy was charged with murder in the shooting death of Andre Hill, who was unarmed.

    A veteran Ohio police officer claimed he was in fear for his life when he spotted a man holding a smartphone in his hand which is why he shot and killed him in December.

    But the cop's body camera video shows he never even gave Andre Hill a chance.

    Now the cop has been charged with murder after a grand jury indicted him on Wednesday. Adam Coy, who was fired from the Columbus Police Department following the shooting, was also charged with felonious assault and dereliction of duty, the latter for not activating his camera until after the shooting.

    The incident took place on December 22 after Coy and another officer were responding to a complaint from a neighbor about a suspicious S.U.V. in the neighborhood.

    Hill, who was visiting friends that night, was shot inside a garage standing next to a BMW and has not been connected to the S.U.V. It doesn't even appear as if the cops ever encountered an S.U.V. that night, not that there is anything illegal for an S.U.V. to be parked with the engine running which is what prompted the neighbor to call police.

    The video shows Hill was holding a smartphone in his left hand but his right hand was not immediately visible. Coy claimed he spotted a silver gun in that hand but Hill was actually holding a keychain, according to the New York Times.

    Footage of the shooting contains no audio because Coy did not turn on the camera until after the shooting but the camera has a feature where it video records the minute prior to activating the camera. Had he not turned on the body camera at all, he likely would have never been charged.

    Coy, who had worked for the department for 19 years, has a history of using excessive force, according to a 2015 Columbus Dispatch article.

    "Columbus Police Officer Adam Coy got in trouble after a 3 a.m. drunken-driving stop in 2012. The cruiser camera showed Coy banging the driver’s head into the hood four times during the arrest, an action the internal review deemed 'excessive for the situation.'

    Coy had an unexpected witness that morning.

    A freshman Ohio State University student up late doing homework watched the arrest from his porch and was so disturbed that he almost dialed 911. Realizing how absurd that sounded, he emailed the Police Division instead.

    The system worked, division spokesman Weiner pointed out, because the student’s concern was taken seriously. That message launched an investigation that ended in a 160-hour suspension for Coy and a $45,000 city payout to the drunken driver."

    Coy's attorney, Mark Collins, plans on using the old "split-second decision" defense which has spared hundreds of cops from conviction over the years.

    “Police officers have to make these split-second decisions, and they can be mistaken,” said Collins.

    “If they are mistaken, as long as there’s an honest belief and that mistake is reasonable, the action is justified.”



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    "This is what we call escalation."

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