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PostSubject: Blue Lives Matter   7/9/2016, 5:53 am

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/dallas-police-bomb-robot_us_577fbed9e4b0c590f7e8fc62?section=

Dallas Police’s ‘Bomb Robot’ Raises Sticky Questions
“What does ‘objectively reasonable’ lethal robotic force look like?”
07/08/2016 01:33 pm ET

For perhaps the first time, police in the United States used a remote-controlled robot to engage and kill a suspect Thursday following a tense standoff in Dallas, Texas.
The robot deployed in Dallas is normally used to disarm explosives, Mashable reported, but police outfitted it with a bomb that was delivered to the suspect and detonated.



The only “sticky” question I have is: How much of this worthless cocksucker’s guts were sticking to the walls after the robot took care of its business?
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PostSubject: Re: Blue Lives Matter   7/9/2016, 6:41 am

happy jack wrote:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/dallas-police-bomb-robot_us_577fbed9e4b0c590f7e8fc62?section=

Dallas Police’s ‘Bomb Robot’ Raises Sticky Questions
“What does ‘objectively reasonable’ lethal robotic force look like?”
07/08/2016 01:33 pm ET

For perhaps the first time, police in the United States used a remote-controlled robot to engage and kill a suspect Thursday following a tense standoff in Dallas, Texas.
The robot deployed in Dallas is normally used to disarm explosives, Mashable reported, but police outfitted it with a bomb that was delivered to the suspect and detonated.



[b]The only “sticky” question I have is: How much of this worthless cocksucker’s guts were sticking to the walls after the robot took care of its business?
Ahhhh...but only hours before you would have referred to him as "a law abiding responsible gun owner" as the NRA likes to put it. Guns are great,aren't they?
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PostSubject: Re: Blue Lives Matter   7/9/2016, 8:18 am

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Guns are great,aren't they?



Yeah, they are.
But not as great as robots with bombs.
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PostSubject: Re: Blue Lives Matter   7/13/2016, 10:30 am

http://nypost.com/2015/07/02/cops-save-anti-nypd-flag-burners-from-angry-bikers/


Weenies burn flag to protest cops, get attacked by bikers, need cops to save their asses

By Gabrielle Fonrouge, Ben Feuerherd and Joe Tacopino
July 2, 2015 | 12:57am


Now they probably love the cops.
A group of flag-burning anti-NYPD protesters needed New York’s Finest to save their skin from a gang of angry bikers who tried to pummel them in a Brooklyn park for setting Old Glory ablaze Wednesday.
The fiery stunt by a few dozen members of the group Disarm the Police led to a chaotic scene at about 8 p.m. in Fort Greene Park, when the activists enraged 40 members of the Hallowed Sons Motorcycle Club by roasting the flag on a tiny barbecue grill.
“They took off like little b—hes,” said one biker. “They lit the f–king flag and took off running once they got slapped once or twice.”
The anarchists had announced on social media that they had planned to burn the flag in protest of NYPD policies, drawing a large group of flag-waving counterprotesters, including the bikers.
While it’s illegal to openly burn anything in Fort Greene Park, the self-styled anarchists managed to find a loophole in the law that allows cooking in closed barbecue grills.
Thus, they started to roast the flag, but they didn’t burn it for long. One of the bikers rushed forward in a fit of rage and kicked over the grill, sending embers flying. He then doused it as members of the pro-flag crowd chanted “USA! USA!”
The bikers then started trying to rough up the protesters — who were quickly saved by members of the same police force that they criticize.
The protesters were shielded by the cops and escorted out of the park.




Ah, irony.
You gotta love it when bad things happen to such ridiculous little pussies.
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PostSubject: Re: Blue Lives Matter   7/14/2016, 4:31 pm

cheers cheers cheers Very Happy
ACLU Sues Police for Treatment of Black Lives Matter Protesters
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Group says Baton Rouge police are solely responsible for escalating peaceful rallies and violating protesters´constitutional right to free speech.

The Louisiana chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union Wednesday sued law-enforcement authorities in Baton Rouge for last week´s arrests of as many as 160 demonstrators, most of who were merely exercising their constitutionally-protected right to free speech.

Hundreds poured into the streets of Baton Rouge last week to protest the videotaped fatal police shooting of Alton Sterling, an African American man. In a press release Wednesday, the ACLU asserts that police physically and verbally assaulted protesters, and wrongfully arrested demonstrators who had assembled peacefully. Witnesses have said that police in full riot gear and armed with assault rifles waded into the crowd to accost demonstrators, throwing some violently to the ground.

Lee Rowland, a Senior Staff Attorney for the ACLU said in a statement that
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“... it doesn’t appear that the law enforcement agencies in Baton Rouge care much for our Constitution, or for the liberties of its own citizens. Instead officers have shown naked hostility to the constitutional rights of the citizens they have a duty to serve.”
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PostSubject: Re: Blue Lives Matter   7/17/2016, 3:15 pm

Oh no! They're coming for your gunz affraid
Cleveland Police Ask For Emergency Suspension Of Open Carry Laws During Republican Convention
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Ohio is an “open carry” state which allows gun owners to carry them in plain sight. People have been exercising this right around the site of the Republican convention:


Strangely, in the area around the convention, “tennis balls, metal-tipped umbrellas or canned goods” are prohibited. But AR-15s or other firearms are not.

But now, the Cleveland Police Union has made an emergency request to suspend open carry for the duration of the Republican convention.


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“We are sending a letter to Gov. Kasich requesting assistance from him. He could very easily do some kind of executive order or something — I don’t care if it’s constitutional or not at this point,” Cleveland Police Union president Stephen Loomis told CNN.

The request may be related to the violence in Baton Rogue, where three police officers were killed today. (Loomis also blamed Obama for those shootings, saying he had “blood on his hands.”)

The request will put Governor Kasich in an awkward position. In general Republicans argue that open-carry laws are an important party of the right to bear arms and improve public safety. The research does not support this argument.
UPDATE JUL 17, 2016 3:03 PM

Governor Kasich, through a spokesperson, rejected the request from the Cleveland police.
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"Ohio Governors do not have the power to arbitrarily suspend federal and state constitutional rights or state law as suggested," his spokesperson said.
I thought open carry was supposed to make us safer? Isn't that what gun nut repubs and the NRA are always telling us?
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PostSubject: Re: Blue Lives Matter   7/21/2016, 8:33 am

http://www.cnn.com/2015/03/12/us/ferguson-protests/index.html

State, county police take over Ferguson protest security after shooting

By Greg Botelho, CNN

(CNN)With tensions running high after the shooting of two officers in Ferguson, Missouri, state and county police are once again taking over protest security in the St. Louis suburb.
St. Louis County Police and the Missouri State Highway Patrol will "assume command of the security detail regarding protests" at 6 p.m. (7 p.m. ET), St. Louis County Police said in a statement.
Ferguson Police will remain responsible for "routine policing services" in the city, the statement said.
The takeover comes less than a day after two police officers standing guard outside Ferguson police headquarters were shot in what St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar called an "ambush," spurring a manhunt for those responsible for targeting the line of officers.

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Artie60438 wrote:
   
Some might say they brought this on themselves...
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PostSubject: Re: Blue Lives Matter   7/21/2016, 6:05 pm

happy jack wrote:
http://www.cnn.com/2015/03/12/us/ferguson-protests/index.html

Artie60438 wrote:
   
Some might say they brought this on themselves...
What's your point,dumbass? The article is from March of 2015
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PostSubject: Re: Blue Lives Matter   7/22/2016, 6:58 am

Artie60438 wrote:
happy jack wrote:
http://www.cnn.com/2015/03/12/us/ferguson-protests/index.html

Artie60438 wrote:
   
Some might say they brought this on themselves...
What's your point,dumbass? The article is from March of 2015



Why so cranky?
Is there some sort of expiration date on the deaths of police officers?
My point is that blue lives matter to most normal people.
They just don't matter to girls like you.
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PostSubject: Re: Blue Lives Matter   7/22/2016, 1:11 pm

happy jack wrote:
Artie60438 wrote:
happy jack wrote:
http://www.cnn.com/2015/03/12/us/ferguson-protests/index.html

Artie60438 wrote:
   
Some might say they brought this on themselves...
What's your point,dumbass? The article is from March of 2015
[b]Why so cranky?
Not cranky at all. Just pointing out your stupidity in posting an article from a year and half ago and now you're doubling down on your stupidity.
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Is there some sort of expiration date on the deaths of police officers?
My point is that blue lives matter to most normal people.
They just don't matter to girls like you.
All lives matter dumbass.
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PostSubject: Re: Blue Lives Matter   7/23/2016, 9:13 am

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All lives matter dumbass.

Really?
Even if, as you say, "....they brought this on themselves"?
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PostSubject: Re: Blue Lives Matter   7/26/2016, 9:34 am

happy jack wrote:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/dallas-police-bomb-robot_us_577fbed9e4b0c590f7e8fc62?section=

Dallas Police’s ‘Bomb Robot’ Raises Sticky Questions
“What does ‘objectively reasonable’ lethal robotic force look like?”
07/08/2016 01:33 pm ET

Yeah, I do not understand what the deal is. I see little difference between the robot and a sniper shot to the skull. It was a tactical decision, a necessary one. He was targeting police, had the tactical advantage, weapons, bombs, etc. Shouldn't be an issue.

But speaking of Dallas...

Dallas police chief: Open carry makes things confusing during mass shootings

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Texas has always prided itself on its vigorous exercise of the 2nd Amendment. The state has long allowed the open carrying of rifles, and this year it joined a majority of other states in allowing handgun owners to carry their weapons openly.

But the presence of up to 30 people carrying rifles during a protest last week at which 12 police officers were shot complicated law enforcement’s attempts to identify the gunman, Dallas Police Chief David Brown said Monday.

. . .

“We are trying as best as we can as a law enforcement community to make it work so the citizens can express their Second Amendment rights. But it's increasingly challenging when people have AR-15s slung over and shootings occur in a crowd and they begin running, and we don't know -- or we don't know if they're the shooter or not, or they begin, it's been the presumption that a good guy with a gun is the best way to resolve some of these things. Well, we don't know who the good guy is versus who the bad guy is if everybody starts shooting, and we've expressed that concern as well.”

Guess blue lives don't matter after all.
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PostSubject: Re: Blue Lives Matter   7/31/2016, 6:43 am

'Black Lives Don't Matter'-Spewing Man Charged With Hate Crime: Prosecutor
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Prosecutor said a Tinley Park man yelled racial slurs and threw a can of beer at an African-American woman.

TINLEY PARK, IL -- A Tinley Park man charged with a hate crime hid his face in his hands and cried out, “oh my gosh, I can’t pay that,” when a judge set bail at $100,000 Friday afternoon during a bond hearing.

Elkanah Asher IV, 29, who is also a registered sex predator, was arrested when he spewed racial slurs at an African- American woman earlier this month, the prosecutor said.

The woman, who is a student at a Tinley Park beauty school in the 15900 block of South Harlem Avenue, went out for a cigarette break around 2:22 p.m. July 28, when she was approached by Asher and a male acquaintance.

The prosecutor said Asher began yelling at the woman “white power,” “black lives don’t matter,” and “you n---ers need to go back to Africa.”

After he finished yelling the racial slurs, he threw a can of Ice House beer at the woman, which landed about four feet away from her. She grew alarmed and called police, the prosecutor said.

Police arrested Asher at his residence. His friend told police that Asher made the racist statements.
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Asher currently has a pending DUI out of Iroquois County. He has a conviction for aggravated criminal sexual abuse with a 13-year-old victim from 2008, according to the Illinois Sex Offender Registry.

Court records also indicate that Asher pleaded guilty to a phone harassment charge from last December, when he repeatedly called a nurse and showed up during the nurse's shift in an emergency room at a south suburban hospital.

The assistant public defender told the judge that Asher is unemployed but plans to start welding classes in the fall. He asked the judge for a reasonable bond.

Judge Kennedy set bail at $100,000. Asher’s next court date is Aug. 25 in Bridgeview.
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PostSubject: Re: Blue Lives Matter   8/6/2016, 4:41 pm

A little something to brighten Happy's day...
Chicago releases 'shocking' video of police shooting unarmed teen
CHICAGO — Authorities released disturbing video footage Friday showing the moments
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before and after Chicago police fatally shot an unarmed 18-year-old car theft suspect in the back.

Shortly before the release of the footage captured by police cameras, the head of the city agency tasked with investigating police-involved shootings and accusations of major misconduct by Chicago Police officers described the footage of the encounter with the teen, Paul O'Neal, as “shocking and disturbing." The officers can be heard cursing at O'Neal as he lays lifeless on the ground, bleeding from his back.
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PostSubject: Re: Blue Lives Matter   8/9/2016, 8:56 am

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A little something to brighten Happy's day...
Chicago releases 'shocking' video of police shooting unarmed teen
CHICAGO — Authorities released disturbing video footage Friday showing the moments
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before and after Chicago police fatally shot an unarmed 18-year-old car theft suspect in the back.

Shortly before the release of the footage captured by police cameras, the head of the city agency tasked with investigating police-involved shootings and accusations of major misconduct by Chicago Police officers described the footage of the encounter with the teen, Paul O'Neal, as “shocking and disturbing." The officers can be heard cursing at O'Neal as he lays lifeless on the ground, bleeding from his back.


It looks as if this is being investigated very thoroughly and transparently.
Are you OK with that, or would you rather just see the cops assassinated, and claim that they brought it upon themselves?
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PostSubject: Re: Blue Lives Matter   8/10/2016, 7:28 am

Justice Department report: Baltimore police routinely violated civil rights
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Baltimore police routinely violated the constitutional rights of residents by conducting unlawful stops and using excessive force, according to the findings of a long-anticipated Justice Department probe to be released Wednesday.

The practices overwhelmingly affected the city's black residents in low-income neighborhoods, according to the 163-page report. In often scathing language, the report identified systemic problems and cited detailed examples.

The investigators found that "supervisors have issued explicitly discriminatory orders, such as directing a shift to arrest 'all the black hoodies' in a neighborhood."

They also found that black residents were more likely to be stopped and searched as pedestrians and drivers even though police were more likely to find illegal guns, illicit drugs and other contraband on white residents.

Police practices in Baltimore "perpetuate and fuel a multitude of issues rooted in poverty and race, focusing law enforcement actions on low-income, minority communities" and encourage officers to have "unnecessary, adversarial interactions with community members," the report said.

Launched after the death in April 2015 of Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old black man, from spinal injuries suffered in police custody, the wide-ranging probe uncovered extensive problems with the way Baltimore officers do their job and police themselves, the report said.

Gray's death, which triggered rioting captured on live television, was one of several recent killings of unarmed black men by police across the country. The deaths have provoked a nationwide conversation about race, discrimination and police practices, and have exposed deep rifts between police and the communities they serve.

The results of the Justice Department's investigation are expected to be announced Wednesday in Baltimore at a news conference attended by high-ranking federal law enforcement officials and city leaders.

Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis said Tuesday that he is looking forward to reviewing the federal findings and that the report will help him improve the force.

"We have begun this journey to reform long-standing issues in many real, tangible ways," Davis said. "DOJ's findings will serve to solidify our road map."

Among the Justice Department findings: Baltimore police too often stopped, frisked and arrested residents without legal justification, and such activities fell disproportionately on black residents.

Federal investigators concluded that 1990s-era policies that encouraged more aggressive policing contributed to the discriminatory practices and that such measures are partly responsible for fraying the faith of city residents in their police force.

Although city and police leaders have disavowed "zero-tolerance" policing, it has continued on Baltimore's streets as supervisors who came up through the ranks under the former policy have perpetuated it, according to the report, which focused on policing since 2010.

The report noted that officers recorded more than 300,000 pedestrian stops from January 2010 to May 2015. Roughly 44 percent were made in two small, predominantly African-American districts that contain 11 percent of the city's population, and seven black men were stopped more than 30 times each.

Black pedestrians were 37 percent more likely to be searched by Baltimore police citywide and 23 percent more likely to be searched during vehicle stops. But officers found contraband twice as often when searching white residents during vehicle stops and 50 percent more often during pedestrian stops, the report notes.

The report also found that Baltimore police routinely misclassified citizen complaints about racial slurs used by officers.

In six years of data on citizen complaints, only one complaint was classified as a racial slur. "This is implausible," the federal investigators found, and so they went back to the complaints and searched for keywords, including racial slurs against blacks.

They found 60 additional complaints that alleged Baltimore officers "used just one racial slur — 'n----r' — but all of these complaints were misclassified as a lesser offense," the report found.

The report, which looked for practices that violate the Constitution or federal law, also found that gender bias might be affecting the Police Department's handling of sexual assault cases.

"We found indications that officers fail to meaningfully investigate reports of sexual assault, particularly for assaults involving women with additional vulnerabilities, such as those who are engaged in sex work," the report said.

Officers frequently used excessive force in situations that did not call for aggressive measures, the report said, and routinely retaliated against residents who were criticizing or being disrespectful of police for exercising their right to free speech and free assembly.

The report found that officers used excessive force against individuals with mental health disabilities or in crisis. Because of "a lack of training and improper tactics," police ended up in "unnecessarily violent confrontations with these vulnerable individuals," the report said.

It noted that officers used unreasonable force against juveniles as well, often relying on the "same aggressive tactics they use with adults."

The investigation concluded that deeply entrenched problems were allowed to fester because the department did not properly oversee, train or hold officers accountable. For example, the report said, the department lacks systems to deter and detect improper conduct, and it fails to collect and analyze data that might root out abuses or abusers.

The report said the Police Department also lacks effective strategies for recruitment and retention. A lack of adequate staffing meant "forcing officers to work overtime after long shifts, lowering morale, and leading to officers working with deteriorated decision-making skills."

The Justice Department's so-called pattern or practice review is expected to be the first step before reaching a court-enforced agreement that would hold the city accountable for making reforms and subject it to federal monitoring for years to come.

In recent years the Justice Department has completed about two dozen similar probes into local police departments across the country, including one after the 2014 shooting of an unarmed black man by police in Ferguson, Mo.

Baltimore officials invited the federal investigation of the Police Department. The Justice Department announced a "collaborative review" with Baltimore police days after a Baltimore Sun investigation in 2014 revealed that the city had paid millions of dollars to settle more than 100 civil suits alleging police brutality and other misconduct.

The Justice Department cites The Baltimore Sun reporting 10 times in its report, including that investigation.

After Gray's death, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake asked the Justice Department to conduct a full-scale civil rights investigation. In welcoming the federal probe, Rawlings-Blake said she was "willing to do what it takes to reform my department."

Gray died April 19, 2015, after suffering severe spinal injuries while being transported in a police van. Hours after Gray's funeral, protests and rioting erupted in Baltimore. City officials imposed a curfew, and Gov. Larry Hogan deployed the National Guard. More than 200 people were arrested during days of unrest, and nearly 100 police officers were injured.

The Justice Department has since worked closely with the Baltimore Police Department, which set up a team of officers and officials to deal directly with federal investigators. The report is expected to praise police and city leaders for their cooperation.

Anticipating what the Justice Department would discover, city officials have pushed forward on several fronts, revising the Police Department's policy on use of force and instituting new training.

The Police Department also redesigned and placed cameras in its transport vans and introduced a new software platform to better disseminate new training materials and policies for officers. Both issues arose in the Gray case.

In the criminal prosecutions of the six police officers involved in Gray's arrest and transport, three were acquitted at bench trials, and Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby recently dropped the charges against the three remaining officers.

The Justice Department is separately reviewing whether federal civil rights violations occurred. But the legal hurdles for bringing a federal case are higher than those faced by state prosecutors.

"We will continue our independent review of this matter, assess all available materials and determine what actions are appropriate, given the strict burdens and requirements imposed by applicable federal civil rights laws, " Justice Department spokesman David Jacobs said in a statement.

Mosby said Tuesday that her office is looking forward to reviewing the Justice Department report, but that it "will likely confirm what many in our city already know or have experienced firsthand."

The six city officers pleaded not guilty in the criminal case, and union officials have defended their actions.

"While the vast majority of Baltimore City police officers are good officers, we also know that there are bad officers and that the department has routinely failed to oversee, train, or hold bad actors accountable," Mosby said in a statement.
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PostSubject: Re: Blue Lives Matter   8/18/2016, 11:53 am

Birds of a feather?
Baltimore Hires Neo-Nazi Lawyer To Defend Police Department In Misconduct Case
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A neo-Nazi is representing the Baltimore Police Department in a lawsuit claiming officers fabricated evidence in order to send an black man to jail for a murder he didn’t commit, according to an investigation by the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Glen Keith Allen, who works in the Baltimore City Law Department, is a longtime supporter of the neo-Nazi National Alliance, the report says. He is now defending the city in a 2015 lawsuit filed by Sabein Burgess, who was imprisoned for 19 years before being released and having the charges dismissed in 2014.

The SPLC has financial records dating back to 2002 that appear to prove Allen is deeply involved with neo-Nazi groups.

“Allen’s history with organized racism and anti-Semitism is deep. Records obtained by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) show he was a dues-paying member of the National Alliance for years,” the report says. “Allen was also a subscriber to the NA’s racist publications, purchased entrance to a Holocaust denial conference the group held and bought a Holocaust denial DVD the group sold.”

Allen, according to the SPLC, has contributed to the American Eagle Party National Committee and is possibly the vice chairman/parliamentarian or attorney for the NA.

On Thursday, Baltimore City Solicitor George Nilson told The Baltimore Sun that city officials are investigating the allegations brought against Allen. Nilson also said Allen is not a full-time employee in the city’s law department but is working under a one-year contract.
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A damning report from the Justice Department released last week shows that Baltimore police officers routinely abused residents’ civil rights, performed unconstitutional searches, failed to hold cops accountable for misconduct and, in some cases, were told by supervisors to target black residents and “lock up all the black hoodies.”

Baltimore has been in the national spotlight since April 2015, when 25-year-old Freddie Gray suffered a fatal spinal cord injury in police custody ― a death widely viewed as one caused by police misconduct.

“Baltimore’s Litigation and Claims Practice Group is arguably one of the most aggressive and successful defenders of police misconduct in the country,” the SPLC’s report says, before pointing to extreme lengths the office will take to avoid paying settlements in these cases.

Baltimore paid out around $12 million in police misconduct cases between 2010 and 2014, according to a 2015 Wall Street Journal analysis. Civil rights violations, alleged shootings, beatings and wrongful imprisonment brought on the most expensive payouts.
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PostSubject: Re: Blue Lives Matter   8/18/2016, 12:14 pm

Don't ‘Blue Lives Matter’ When White Sovereign Citizens Murder Police Officers?

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All of these factors have led law-enforcement experts from both academic and official backgrounds to conclude that by far the most lethal threat to police officers in the United States today from radical extremists actually arises from sovereign citizens and related far-right extremists – the vast majority of whom, though not all, are white people.

There’s no evidence that Sheriff Clarke or any of his fellow pundits eager to blame mainstream black activists for the murders of police officers in recent weeks have ever spoken out against white sovereign citizens and their ceaseless assaults on policemen and other first responders. But then again, Clarke himself is closely affiliated with a right-wing extremist “constitutionalist” sheriff’s group that believes, like sovereign citizens, that its members don’t have to obey federal laws.

That could explain the peculiar silence from Clarke, at least, about the threat posed by sovereign citizens. It doesn’t explain the silence from his “law and order” right-wing cohorts, however.
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PostSubject: Re: Blue Lives Matter   9/23/2016, 6:10 pm

https://www.yahoo.com/news/family-sees-video-charlotte-police-shooting-black-man-000556982.html

Loaded gun found in North Carolina had fingerprints matching victim: CNN


CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Reuters) - A gun recovered at the scene of the fatal shooting of a black man by police in Charlotte, North Carolina, was loaded and had fingerprints matching those of the victim, CNN reported on Friday as the man's family released its own video of the encounter.

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Scott's death sparked two days of rioting in Charlotte, North Carolina's largest city, with protesters dismissing police officers' claim that Scott holding a gun.

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North Carolina's Republican-dominated state legislature has tightened voting laws, slashed education spending and passed a law prohibiting transgender people from using the bathroom of their choice.
Civil rights leaders have said that state officials who pursue these policies are partly to blame for this week's unrest.
"It's somewhat hypocritical to cry out against violence when you pass violent policies," said the Rev. William Barber, who heads the North Carolina unit of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.



Any guesses as to how many of these peaceful “protesters” are even remotely aware of these “violent policies”, or can even name the state officials who enacted these “violent policies”, whatever the hell that means?
My guess is between 0 and 1, and that’s probably being overly generous.
But looting stores and shutting down public thoroughfares is one sure way to achieve justice for your cause, isn't it?

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PostSubject: Re: Blue Lives Matter   9/24/2016, 5:03 pm

happy jack wrote:
https://www.yahoo.com/news/family-sees-video-charlotte-police-shooting-black-man-000556982.html

Loaded gun found in North Carolina had fingerprints matching victim: CNN


CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Reuters) - [i]A gun recovered at the scene of the fatal shooting of a black man by police in Charlotte, North Carolina, was loaded and had fingerprints matching those of the victim, CNN reported on Friday as the man's family released its own video of the encounter.
 Shocked The victim owned the gun,dumbass. Of course his fingerprints would be on it.

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Any guesses as to how many of these peaceful “protesters” are even remotely aware of these “violent policies”, or can even name the state officials who enacted these “violent policies”, whatever the hell that means?
My guess is between 0 and 1, and that’s probably being overly generous.
Project much?
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But looting stores and shutting down public thoroughfares is one sure way to achieve justice for your cause, isn't it?
Considering that it is still extremely difficult,if not impossible to get answers when an African American is murdered by police,I'd say that a little civil disobedience might be warranted.
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PostSubject: Re: Blue Lives Matter   9/24/2016, 10:54 pm

Advocate for the murder of police officers60438 wrote:
happy jack wrote:
https://www.yahoo.com/news/family-sees-video-charlotte-police-shooting-black-man-000556982.html

Loaded gun found in North Carolina had fingerprints matching victim: CNN


CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Reuters) - A gun recovered at the scene of the fatal shooting of a black man by police in Charlotte, North Carolina, was loaded and had fingerprints matching those of the victim, CNN reported on Friday as the man's family released its own video of the encounter.

 Shocked The victim owned the gun,dumbass. Of course his fingerprints would be on it.


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Any guesses as to how many of these peaceful “protesters” are even remotely aware of these “violent policies”, or can even name the state officials who enacted these “violent policies”, whatever the hell that means?
My guess is between 0 and 1, and that’s probably being overly generous.

Project much?

Dumber than a box of rocks wrote:
But looting stores and shutting down public thoroughfares is one sure way to achieve justice for your cause, isn't it?

Considering that it is still extremely difficult,if not impossible to get answers when an African American is murdered by police,I'd say that a little civil disobedience might be warranted.



Is this the type of "civil disobedience" you have in mind?



happy jack wrote:
Perhaps Artie will comment on this after the effect of his/her celebratory champagne wears off.



http://www.cnn.com/2015/03/12/us/ferguson-protests/index.html

State, county police take over Ferguson protest security after shooting

By Greg Botelho, CNN
Updated 4:59 PM ET, Thu March 12, 2015
(CNN)With tensions running high after the shooting of two officers in Ferguson, Missouri, state and county police are once again taking over protest security in the St. Louis suburb.
St. Louis County Police and the Missouri State Highway Patrol will "assume command of the security detail regarding protests" at 6 p.m. (7 p.m. ET), St. Louis County Police said in a statement.
Ferguson Police will remain responsible for "routine policing services" in the city, the statement said.
The takeover comes less than a day after two police officers standing guard outside Ferguson police headquarters were shot in what St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar called an "ambush," spurring a manhunt for those responsible for targeting the line of officers.
"We could have buried two police officers," Belmar told reporters. "... I feel very confident that whoever did this ... came there for whatever nefarious reason that it was."
The shots rang out shortly after midnight, at the end of a protest against the Ferguson Police Department. That department has been under fire since one of its officers, Darren Wilson, shot and killed black teen Michael Brown in August, and more recently since a scathing U.S. Department of Justice report came out documenting a pattern of racial discrimination.
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Advocate for the murder of police officers60438 wrote:
   
Some might say they brought this on themselves...Kinda like when you keep poking a dog and then you're surprised when it bites you.
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PostSubject: Re: Blue Lives Matter   9/25/2016, 1:19 pm

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Advocate for the murder of police officers60438 wrote:
happy jack wrote:
https://www.yahoo.com/news/family-sees-video-charlotte-police-shooting-black-man-000556982.html

Loaded gun found in North Carolina had fingerprints matching victim: CNN


CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Reuters) - A gun recovered at the scene of the fatal shooting of a black man by police in Charlotte, North Carolina, was loaded and had fingerprints matching those of the victim, CNN reported on Friday as the man's family released its own video of the encounter.

 Shocked The victim owned the gun,dumbass. Of course his fingerprints would be on it.


Moron wrote:
Any guesses as to how many of these peaceful “protesters” are even remotely aware of these “violent policies”, or can even name the state officials who enacted these “violent policies”, whatever the hell that means?
My guess is between 0 and 1, and that’s probably being overly generous.

Project much?

Dumber than a box of rocks wrote:
But looting stores and shutting down public thoroughfares is one sure way to achieve justice for your cause, isn't it?

Considering that it is still extremely difficult,if not impossible to get answers when an African American is murdered by police,I'd say that a little civil disobedience might be warranted.
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Is this the type of "civil disobedience" you have in mind?
I have never "Advocated for the murder of police officers" so stop lying. Since you don't have a valid argument to present... Sleep
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PostSubject: Re: Blue Lives Matter   9/25/2016, 9:11 pm

Advocate for the murder of police officers60438 wrote:
   
I have never "Advocated for the murder of police officers" ....

With tensions running high after the shooting of two officers in Ferguson, Missouri, state and county police are once again taking over protest security in the St. Louis suburb.

Advocate for the murder of police officers60438 wrote:
   
Some might say they brought this on themselves...Kinda like when you keep poking a dog and then you're surprised when it bites you.



Advocate for the murder of police officers60438 wrote:
 
Considering that it is still extremely difficult,if not impossible to get answers when an African American is murdered by police ....


You are omitting the fact that the African-American "murdered by police" was "murdered" by an African-American.
Why did you leave that part out?
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PostSubject: Re: Blue Lives Matter   9/26/2016, 1:19 am

happy jack wrote:

You are omitting the fact that the African-American "murdered by police" was "murdered" by an African-American.
Why did you leave that part out?

Wow - my question to you is why is that even relevant?
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