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Re: Disappearing Excellence: The Senate & Loretta Lynch
« Reply #15 on: May 30, 2015, 07:15:59 am »
Has anyone seen this?  ;D


Mrs. Marilyn Mosby was suing M/Fer's long before she decided to indict 6 bullsh!t cops on murder charges as Baltimore City State's top Prosecutor.

15 years ago, Mrs. Mosby made an appearance on the television court program, 'Judge Judy'.

I'm like,
"Go 'head, girl!"  ;D



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Re: Disappearing Excellence: The Senate & Loretta Lynch
« Reply #16 on: June 05, 2015, 06:44:02 am »

Sorry. Institutional actors is a social science term to describe government agencies and large private corporations/nonprofits. "Anchor institutions" is a synonym.
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Re: Disappearing Excellence: The Senate & Loretta Lynch
« Reply #17 on: July 10, 2015, 01:40:10 pm »
Baltimore Mayor Rawlings-Blake fires Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts

By Yvonne Wenger,
The Baltimore Sun



(Baltimore, MD) Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake fired Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts Wednesday, saying his presence had become a distraction in a city that needs to focus on ending a dramatic spike in homicides.

The mayor's decision to replace Batts on an interim basis with Deputy Police Commissioner Kevin Davis — effective immediately — came as the City Council was preparing to send her a letter calling for Batts' resignation. And the city's police union was poised to hold a no-confidence vote next week.


Under the terms of his contract, he will get $190,000 in severance plus a payout for unused leave. He had been earning $201,700 a year.

Rawlings-Blake's decision was applauded by many church and political leaders, some pointing to the rise in homicides, which reached a 25-year high in May when 42 people were killed. In June, 29 were killed.



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The Mayor did exactly what I would've done. 
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Re: Disappearing Excellence: The Senate & Loretta Lynch
« Reply #18 on: July 30, 2015, 10:49:02 am »
BUSTED!
University of Cincinnati Officer Indicted in Shooting Death of Samuel Dubose
by RICHARD PÉREZ-PEÑA


GOTCHA!

(Cincinnati, OH) A University of Cincinnati police officer was indicted Wednesday on a murder charge in what a prosecutor called “a senseless, asinine shooting” of an unarmed man during a minor traffic stop. Officials say it was the first time such a charge had been leveled against an officer in the county.

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Re: Disappearing Excellence: The Senate & Loretta Lynch
« Reply #19 on: August 06, 2015, 07:35:42 am »
Early Bird Bonus!!!
Ex-Cop Sentenced!
by JAMES C. McKINLEY Jr.AUG. 5, 2015

(Manhattan, NY) - An undercover New York police detective who joined a gang of motorcyclists as they attacked a driver and his family in Upper Manhattan was sentenced to two years in jail on Wednesday.

The detective, Wojciech Braszczok, 34, who was fired from the Police Department after his conviction, showed little emotion when Justice Maxwell Wiley of State Supreme Court handed down the sentence, rejecting a defense lawyer’s plea for a punishment without jail time.

“Just as much as anybody, Mr. Braszczok terrorized these people,” Justice Wiley said. “Mr. Braszczok’s actions on that day have to be punished.”  8)

The former detective declined to make a statement in court on Wednesday. His lawyer, John Arlia, argued that Mr. Braszczok had already been punished, having lost his job and pension and having had his identity exposed to drug dealers he arrested in 13 years on the police force.  :-[



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Re: Disappearing Excellence: The Senate & Loretta Lynch
« Reply #20 on: August 08, 2015, 10:07:15 am »

Document, file injunctions, sustain investigations ... it is time for true justice to take root.
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Re: Disappearing Excellence: The Senate & Loretta Lynch
« Reply #21 on: August 14, 2015, 01:10:15 pm »
Lousy rookie Cop!



Arlington rookie cop terminated after Christian Taylor shooting
by Claire Z. Cardona

(Arlington, TX) - According to The Dallas News, the officer involved in the fatal shooting of 19-year-old Christian Taylor has been terminated, Arlington Police Chief Will Johnson said Tuesday.

Johnson cited several examples of poor judgment in the incident as reasons for Officer Brad Miller’s termination. He said he made the decision after receiving a briefing from investigators Tuesday morning and the decision was his alone.


Miller, 49, fatally shot Taylor, who was unarmed, during a burglary call at Classic Buick GMC near Interstate 20 and Collins Street early Friday. The incident began after private security for the car dealership called 911 shortly after 1 a.m. to report that Taylor was damaging a car in the parking lot.

“This is a extraordinarily difficult case,” Johnson said. “Decisions were made that have a catastrophic outcome.”

Miller’s poor judgement in tactics in the shooting officially led to his firing, but the fact that Taylor was shot and killed played a role in the chief’s decision, police spokesman Christopher Cook said.

Since Miller was still in field training at the time of the shooting, he cannot appeal the firing.




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Re: Disappearing Excellence: The Senate & Loretta Lynch
« Reply #22 on: August 20, 2015, 04:35:06 am »

The problems are systemic. Harassment is increasing, even in isolated suburban communities.
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Re: Disappearing Excellence: The Senate & Loretta Lynch
« Reply #23 on: August 20, 2015, 10:12:36 am »

The problems are systemic. Harassment is increasing, even in isolated suburban communities.
One of the most striking things about STRAIGHT OUT OF COMPTON is the outrage over the Rodney King case.  The nation was riveted over what has become an everyday event now. 

The only real solution is to take the profit motive out of crime from the top to the bottom of the food chain. 

From for-profit prisons that demand government provide minimum number of prisoners to local governments who balance their budgets on harassing fines of its more economically vulnerable citizens, there's too much money to be made in the perpetuation of crime by government.  When the crime rate dropped once NYPD ceased revenue based police work, that was the national reveal of America's dirty secret. 

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Re: Disappearing Excellence: The Senate & Loretta Lynch
« Reply #24 on: August 23, 2015, 07:31:37 am »
When the crime rate dropped once NYPD ceased revenue based police work, that was the national reveal of America's dirty secret.

The ideology of privatization has become the bane of liberty and dignity in the United States.
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Re: Disappearing Excellence: The Senate & Loretta Lynch
« Reply #25 on: August 16, 2017, 06:59:25 am »
I'm in the process of restoration here at HEF, images that photobucket dot com has snatched from millions and millions of account users in messageboards nation-wide and around the world.  Please forgive me for bumping older articles to complete this process.

Meanwhile, here's an update I've been keeping an eye on for some time way back in 2014.  Anyone remember this altercation where a South Carolina State Trooper fired his gun at an unarmed African American during a traffic stop after ordering him to retrieve his wallet? 

Here's an update:

ROGUE STATE TROOPER SENTENCED UP TO 5 YEARS


COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - A former South Carolina Highway Patrol trooper who shot an unarmed man during a traffic stop in 2014 has been sentenced to more than three years in prison.

Circuit Judge Casey Manning on Tuesday sentenced Sean Groubert to five years in prison and three years of probation for shooting Levar Jones in the hip after stopping him for a seat belt violation in Columbia.

Groubert was given credit for 17 months he served after pleading guilty to aggravated assault and battery last year. Dashcam video shows Groubert shot Jones as he reached into his truck to get his driver's license.

Groubert said he thought Jones was getting a gun. Groubert is white and Jones is black. Groubert apologized, saying that he made a mistake and Jones did nothing wrong.


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Re: Disappearing Excellence: The Senate & Loretta Lynch
« Reply #26 on: May 12, 2018, 01:22:41 pm »
Georgia Police Officer Resigns After Misconduct Caught on Dash Cam Video

by Kalhan Rosenblatt

Saturday May 12th 2018


"You are not in charge! Shut the fvck up and get out of the car!"


A Georgia police officer has resigned following the arrest of a woman whose routine traffic stop escalated into a heated confrontation.

james h. legg resigned from the Alpharetta Police Department on Friday night over the arrest of Ms. Rose Campbell, 65.

She was stopped on May 4 after an officer observed her swerve into a neighboring lane.

According to dash cam video, the officer appears to reach into the vehicle to pull Ms. Campbell out and she yells, "You are in violation of my rights!"

Ms. Campbell continues to plead with the officer to wait until his supervisor arrives, and as she does, more officers begin arriving at the scene. Soon a second officer appears and tries to help the first get Ms. Campbell out of the car.

legg is the third officer seen arriving at the scene. He initially walks over to the passenger-side door, but then comes around to the driver's side where the officers are struggling with Ms. Campbell.

He shouts, "You are not in charge! Shut the f--- up and get out of the car!"

legg can be seen grabbing Ms. Campbell's arm and forcefully pulling it behind her back as she wails.

Once Ms. Campbell is cuffed, legg is seen aggressively pulling her forward before she is led to the police car.





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« Reply #27 on: June 25, 2018, 10:38:07 am »
Monday, June 25th 2018

Ohio Police Officer Fired After Misconduct Caught on Dash Cam Video
by Cleeve Wootson


“Have a seat in my car. We’ll make sh!t up while we go.”

The dash cam was mounted just below the police cruiser’s roof, in perfect position to capture the 26-year patrolman’s transformation from concerned father to authority-abusing police officer.

On that day in April, John Kovach’s 18-year-old daughter, Katlyn, was dating an 18-year-old her parents didn’t approve of named Makai Coleman.

She wasn’t responding to her father’s attempts to talk, so Kovach tracked his daughter’s computer to a friend’s house on West 34th Street in Lorain, Ohio, he told investigators. Then he sat in his patrol cruiser, waiting.

When Coleman’s silver Pontiac drove past, Kovach flipped on his flashing lights and initiated the traffic stop that would end his two decades with the Lorain Police Department.

“You can get out,” the officer told Coleman, according to a profanity-filled video of the interaction. “You’re going to jail.”

When Coleman asked why, his girlfriend’s dad told him: “Have a seat in my car. We’ll make [expletive] up while we go.”

Lorain Police Chief Cel Rivera and Safety-Service Director Dan Given said those statements and several other things that happened during a nearly nine-minute stretch were violations of the department’s standards of conduct and policy procedures, according to the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram.

“These actions are not acceptable for members of our Police Department, and we felt it warranted immediate dismissal,” Given told the newspaper.






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Re: Disappearing Excellence: The Senate & Loretta Lynch
« Reply #28 on: June 27, 2018, 06:08:43 am »
Wednesday, June 27th 2018

Baltimore prosecutor wins 2nd term
by Lukas Mikelionis



Baltimore's top prosecutor won her Democratic primary Tuesday, assuring her of a second term despite criticism over what critics say was her botched 2015 prosecution of six police officers in the death of a black man named Freddie Gray.






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Re: Disappearing Excellence: The Senate & Loretta Lynch
« Reply #29 on: July 12, 2018, 10:42:46 pm »
Wednesday, July 11th 2018
Police Officer Resigns For Derelict Of Duty

by Associated Press


"Why Is She Wearing That Sh!t?!"

CHICAGO — A police officer has resigned amid an investigation into his response to a woman who said she was being harassed in a Chicago forest preserve for wearing a shirt with the Puerto Rican flag.

The Forest Preserves of Cook County announced on Twitter that Officer Patrick Connor resigned late Wednesday. Records show he had been with the force since 2006.











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