Archive for May, 2011

Nashua PD Protects Criminals

Tuesday, May 31st, 2011

Never do anything against conscience even if the state demands it.
– Albert Einstein

Last Wednesday, March 25th videographer Dave Ridley was kidnapped by Dennis Lynihan and Marc Anderson of the Nashua, NH Police Department when interviewing “representatives” arriving at the Nashua Radisson for an event with Joe Biden.

Dave, the victim, was held in a cage overnight and charged with “criminal trespass.” As he notes in this video, one of the first things he wanted to accomplish when free(r) was to hold a demonstration. Done.

Dave is a stand-up dude and one of the most-visible recruiters for the Free State Project. His quirky style and on-the-fly stories have gained the attention of many. I’ve never seen nor heard of Dave doing anything to violate the non-aggression principle.

There’s no doubt in my mind that he was arrested simply because he questions the Statist Quo. His captors acted knowing full-well that their risk of being held accountable for kidnapping and caging a peaceful human was almost nil* since they wear badges on their chest.

If you feel similarly, let the real criminals know that the rights-violating actions of Dennis Lynihan and Marc Anderson aren’t going unnoticed.

If you live in the area, stop funding their thuggery. If you live out of the area, call the Radisson and let them know that you won’t do business with them since they assisted with and then turned a blind eye to Dave’s treatment. And since not everyone is as Internet savvy as you, call the local paper and encourage them to inform their readers of this incident.

Nashua, NH PD – 603.594.3500
Radisson Hotel Nashua - 603.888.9970
Nashua Telegraph – 603.594.6467

And feel free to share this post/video and related content from RidleyReport.com and FreeKeene.com with those in your sphere. Thanks in advance!

*This is the same criminal outfit that last year used force against attendees at a peaceful 420 celebration.

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Philadelphia Cops Beat Handcuffed Suspect

Tuesday, May 31st, 2011

I’m not sure what led up to this but you can see the officer punch this handcuffed individual in the face then slam him into the car. The description on the video says “White cops plant a gun on an innocent black men and then twice punch him in the face after he is handcuffed and falsely arrested.” Although that is unconfirmed at this point.

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Morning Links

Tuesday, May 31st, 2011

No Dancing at TJ Memorial

Monday, May 30th, 2011

The past weekend several folks, including RT’s Adam Kokesh, were arrested for dancing in the Thomas Jefferson Memorial. Yes, you read that correctly – people were arrested for dancing, on public property, in a peaceful manner without harming anyone else. Yet, this isn’t the first time people have been arrested at the memorial. A few years ago my former partner with Motorhome Diaries, Jason Talley, and Pete Eyre, contributor here at CB.org, conducted the same activism resulting in one arrest and the recent ruling backing that officers’ decision to arrest a woman for dancing three years ago.

When asked, “What law would we be breaking?” one officer answered, “You’ll find out.” When the dancing finally started the officers swarmed those bobbing their heads or shaking their hips with force, further highlighting who the aggressors were. I can’t help but wonder what is going through an officers mind when they tackle, choke and drag away someone for dancing? Do they really believe they’ve kept people safe? Is dancing worthy of such force? Would you pay police, voluntary, to arrest people for such an act? Do you like that your money is being wasted on this police state?

Please, watch the video, call the police station and become involved. Make no mistakes, this a police state, one that won’t end until we stop paying for it.

Here’s the lame stream media’s coverage of the story

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This Week’s Corrupt Cops Stories

Monday, May 30th, 2011

Drug-related police corruption comes in many varieties. We’ve got several this week. Let’s get to it:

In Piscataway, New Jersey, a Piscataway police officer was arrested April 25 on charges he stole cocaine while working as the departmepile of cash 18 This Weeks Corrupt Cops Storiesnt’s evidence officer. Albert Annuzzi, 47, is charged with one count each of official misconduct-theft by unlawful taking and tampering with evidence. Prosecutors said he took the cocaine for personal use. They did not announce his arrest until last week.

In Raleigh, North Carolina, one Wake County sheriff’s deputy has been arrested and another is under investigation for the theft of drugs and cash from the department. Deputy Balinda Manley, 34, was fired after her arrest last month when she was charged with two counts of embezzlement and one count of possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana. She went down after a routine audit showed that she signed out drugs and $6,435 in cash last June, but didn’t return it. When prosecuted requested the evidence for trial, she returned drugs, and then, five days later, what she said was the cash. But when investigators opened the package, they found a pile of blank paper sandwiched between two $100 bills. Investigators found a deposit slip for $1,800 in Manley’s care and one for $940 in the car of a second deputy, Chad Hines. He is now under investigation.

In Duanesburg, New York, a University at Albany police investigator was arrested May 16 along with her husband after a search of their property turned up 100 marijuana plants growing in a pole barn. Wendy Knoebel, 48, and her husband face a federal charge of conspiracy to manufacture marijuana. The pair has been released on bail.

In San Leandro, California, a San Leandro Police narcotics officer was arrested last Friday on charges he furnished marijuana to a confidential informant for sale. Detective Jason Fredriksson, 38, allegedly provided more than a pound of pot to the snitch, who planned to sell it, police said. He is also the subject of an internal investigation for having an “improper relationship” with the snitch. He has been on the San Leandro force for nine years, and most recently has been a detective in the vice/narcotics unit and a member of the 14-person SWAT team.

In Phoenix, a Maricopa County sheriff’s deputy and two detention officers were arrested Tuesday on drug and human trafficking charges. Deputy Ruben Navarette and detention officers Marcella Hernandez and Sylvia Najera face felony charges. Seven other sheriff’s employees were being investigated for their possible involvement. The three arrested are accused of being part of a Phoenix-based international drug smuggling ring. Hernandez told authorities she is eight months pregnant with the child of the ring’s leader, a member of the Sinaloa Cartel. Navarette admitted to passing information about the sheriff’s crime-prevention operations to the group. The deputy also was accused of being part of a separate human trafficking ring that smuggled illegal immigrants from Arizona to California. Deputies found two illegal immigrants when they searched his home. He is also alleged to be an active member of the drug smuggling ring that brought loads of heroin from Mexico to Phoenix. Ten pounds of heroin and nearly $200,000 in cash, weapons, vehicles and stolen property were seized during searches. Hernandez, 28, was found with $16,000 cash when she was arrested Tuesday after arriving for work. She is being held on charges that include transporting drugs and money laundering. Najera is charged with money laundering and controlling a criminal enterprise.

In San Antonio, a former Bexar County sheriff’s deputy was sentenced May 19 to six years in prison for trying to smuggle heroin to inmates using barbacoa tacos. Robert Falcon, 48, went down after another deputy found a note in a jail cell with Falcon’s address on it that spelled out a smuggling strategy. A sting was set up in which $50 in marked bills, the taco ingredients and 4 grams of fake heroin were left on his doorstep. The fake drugs were recovered from his lunch bag when he arrived at work, according to court documents. He pleaded guilty in November to bringing drugs into a correctional facility, a third-degree felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison. Falcon is on suicide watch after he vowed to kill himself if not granted probation.

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That Takes Balls

Monday, May 30th, 2011

Toronto, Canada, Constable Christopher Hominuk has pleaded guilty to threatening bodily harm. Hominuk was caught on video threatening to Taser the genitals of two suspects and slapping one of them in an effort to get them to help him catch a third suspect in a break-in.

InjusticeNews: Placer County CA deputy accused of shooting fleeing unarmed theft suspect in the back while off-duty [1] http://bit.ly/jvcrcs

Sunday, May 29th, 2011
InjusticeNews: Placer County CA deputy accused of shooting fleeing unarmed theft suspect in the back while off-duty [1] http://bit.ly/jvcrcs

InjusticeNews: US Park police arrest people for dancing in the Jefferson Memorial then physically throw out people fliming it [3] http://bit.ly/jBierZ

Sunday, May 29th, 2011
InjusticeNews: US Park police arrest people for dancing in the Jefferson Memorial then physically throw out people fliming it [3] http://bit.ly/jBierZ

InjusticeNews: RCMP cop in Kelowna BC gets 40hr community service & will get clean record for punching pregnant woman in face [0] http://bit.ly/kDYC8S

Sunday, May 29th, 2011
InjusticeNews: RCMP cop in Kelowna BC gets 40hr community service & will get clean record for punching pregnant woman in face [0] http://bit.ly/kDYC8S

Cop grabs handcuffed man by the throat and throws him to the ground

Sunday, May 29th, 2011

In Sweetwater, Florida, a police officer grabbed a handcuffed detainee by the throat, threw him to the ground, dragged him across the floor with the help of a fellow officer, then lied about his reason for attacking the man in his arrest report.

But don’t worry, the police assure us that nothing he did was illegal.

Contact info for the Sweetwater Police here.

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