Albuquerque police shoot man multiple times who was holding brake pads.

Friday, November 21st, 2014

This content was shared by Elmo M. Martinez who’s seeking to get more transparency on yet another incident caused by a predators wearing Albuquerque police badges.

Date of Incident: November 18, 2014
Outfit: Albuquerque Police Department
Phone: (505) 242-2677

Albuquerque PD has to be on the top 5 list for worst police departments in America.

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I don’t know too much about the video just that you can see Albuquerque police shoot another unarmed victim. As you can clearly see in the video the cop immediately jumps out of his vehicle with another cop to the right of him and without hesitation shower him with a hail of gunfire I counted over 20x but i might have miscalculated. However make sure you get this out to the public as to bring justice to these murderers.

Known Police Accountability Groups in New Mexico

  • Albuquerque Cop Block – Facebook / Twitter / albuquerquecopblock@gmail.com
  • New Mexico Cop Block – Facebook / Twitter / 400 Roma NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87108
  • Police Complaints of Albuquerque – website / Facebook / mike@policecomplaints.info

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Baby injured and STILL suffering after police raid gone wrong

Thursday, November 20th, 2014

The content below was shared by a woman who stated that “this is absolutely disgusting And completely unacceptable. They gave permanently disfigured this innocent baby. My heart breaks for this family, they deserve justice!”

Date of Incident: May 28, 2014
Individuals Responsible: Unnamed Habersham County SWAT members
Outfit: Habersham County Sheriff’s Office
Phone: (706) 839-0500

While sleeping, parents heard an explosion and a flash of light. They heard their baby crying too. Then a swat member pulled his fathers shoulder back so far, he caused two severe shoulder injuries as they pinned him down. The wife was asking for her son, when the cop told her to ‘shut up and sit down’. They heard him screaming, and the father saw blood on the floor. He demanded to know who’s blood it was, they were silent.

When they got yo the hospital after the officers put the baby in the ambulance without showing him to his parents, they saw his chest had a hole in it, AND his face was seriously disfigured.

My husband and I have a baby right now, we watched this episode of The Doctors and grew livid. They have over $1,000,000 in medical debt, and of course no charges have been filed.

The kicker? The person they were raiding the house for didn’t even live there. It was the father’s nephew they were looking for. The family doesn’t even live there, they had fallen on hard times after their home in Wisconsin caught on fire.

From the post Baby Injured in Police Raid by TheDoctorsTV.com:

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EDITORS NOTE: In July when Rob Hustle released his song “Call the Cops” he noted: “Proceeds from this song will be donated to Baby Bou Bou, whose face was blown up by a police stun grenade.”

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Puppycide: A Symptom of the Police State

Thursday, November 20th, 2014

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About half of households in the USSA have a dog. For many of us, our four-legged friends are part of the family. When they pass, it can be a tough adjustment. That is especially true when their lives are cut short through acts of violence.

The killing of other peoples’ dogs by police employees happens so regularly that a word – puppycide – has been coined to describe it.

Maps, databases, Facebook pages, and media content provide a voice for those wronged and give us some idea of the scale.

A duo of documentarians focusing on this issue has raised tens of thousands via their Kickstarter campaign. They state that every 98 minutes a dog is shot by a police employee, which equates to over 5,000 dogs annually.

Almost without exception, police employees who shoot unarmed people claim “I felt threatened” – that same mantra is put-forth by those who shoot dogs under dubious circumstances.

In the injustice system, the phrase “I felt threatened” acts as a get out of jail free card for police. They must get home safely, after all.

Yet if its believed that police take a paycheck to protect others, wouldn’t they put their own safety second to those they serve? And never shoot a person or a dog unless it was to protect someone else?

But that’s not how the injustice system is structured. It is set up not to foster justice or accountability, but to protect its own actors and its perceived legitimacy.

So what’s to be done?

Some suggest that more lawsuits are needed, as it would act as a deterrent. Yet how could that be if the individual responsible never personally faces any consequences? Even if someone “wins” in legaland, it’s not the offending police employee on the hook for the settlement, but hardworking people in the community. Remember—“settlements” are paid by tax money, not police employee salaries. If anything, this solidifies that police employee and their colleagues can shoot and kill with impunity.

Others recommend that new policies and training be implemented, to give police employees more options in their toolbox instead of their firearm, to go to during encounters with dogs.

Yet just like the lawsuit tactic, the training avenue neglects to start the conversation where it begins.

Puppycide is rampant because police lack the proper incentives.

Police departments, sheriff’s offices, and federal agencies are built on double standards. They claim “legal” rights to do things considered wrong for you or me.

If I went to your property, jumped your fence, broke into your house, put you and your family in handcuffs, shot your dog in front of you, then trashed your house, would my actions be justified if I claimed that I were looking for marijuana?

Of course not. Yet that same scenario is happening time and time again.

Consider the fact that while dogs owned by non police employees are killed without recourse, legalese exists that proscribes five-figure fines and years in a cage for anyone who even harms a dog owned by a police employee.

While it is impossible to be made whole when the loss of life happens, trying to remedy a coercive monopoly is fruitless and serves only to reinforce their claimed legitimacy.

If you really want to end puppycide, strike the root. If someone kills your dog, or the dog of another family in your community, treat the situation the same whether they wear a badge or not.

Make the incident known to others. Share a recount online in text or video form. Link to it from your area Craigslist, Topix or other online community board. Connect with your local police accountability groups and collaborate to focus attention on the aggressor. And, inform the neighbors of the shooter about the incident – after all, wouldn’t you want to know if you lived next to someone who engaged in such predatory actions? Ostracism is a powerful and peaceful tactic.

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How Ferguson showed us the truth about police, by Molly Crabapple [Video]

Thursday, November 20th, 2014

I saw this video shared by @OpFerguson, retweeted it via @CopBlock, and am sharing it here to help it reach more eyes and minds.

From the video description:

On August 9th, Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson shot a black teenager named Mike Brown. Since then, the city has been protesting. The police did not react well.

Molly Crabapple is an artist and writer living in New York.

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ISP Investigates Marion Officer Involved In Shooting

Wednesday, November 19th, 2014

Below is the write-up about an incident that transpired in Marion, Indiana on November 16th. The italic text is from a local media outlet, the bolded text was shared by the person who submitted this content, which are much more commonsensical and objective.

Date of Incident: November 16, 2014
Individual Responsible: Not disclosed
Outfit: Marion Police Department
Phone: (765) 662-9981

From WANE.com:

MARION, Ind. (WANE) – The condition of a man shot by a Marion Police officer has improved since the Sunday incident.

Police said Chris Cook was armed and running away from officers following a reported disturbance at 2805 South Boot Street in Marion. He was in critical condition on Sunday but had improved to serious condition by Tuesday.

According to police, 26-year-old Cook was seen walking near the street where the incident had occurred when police responded to the disturbance around 4:30 a.m. on Sunday. As the officer exited his police car to speak with him, Cook ran away and the officer chased after him, according to the police report.

Mr Cook was stopped to question as merely stopped as a potential witness, prior to responding to an unknown disturbance call a couple blocks away. For all the officer knew, he had nothing to do with the disturbance.

Police said the officer asked Cook to stop multiple times while he ran for about two blocks. During the chase, the officer saw Cook holding what appeared to be a handgun. Cook was told to drop the gun and show his hands several times. Police believe he made a motion as if turning to the officer, and was shot one time in his rear right torso.

Sure, Cook should not have run…never run from police. But there are plenty of reasons why people run. They’re scared, or they have a warrant for something else, or whatever.

Okay…People are allowed to carry guns! Its unclear whether Cook even pointed the gun at the officer.

The officer says he “feared for his life” but hello… the man was *RUNNING AWAY FROM HIM* How about the other way around… Cook feared for HIS life and ran.

As is standard operating procedure, the Marion officer has been placed on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation. The Indiana State Police, at the request of the Marion Police Department, is investigating the shooting. No one else was injured during the confrontation.

Oh and of course, the officer is put on paid vacation…I mean administrative leave.

Editors Note: It is telling just how much corporate media “journalists” just regurgitate whatever “facts” they are told by self-proclaimed “authorities.” When you read any such content you are encouraged to see through the one-sided narrative and question, what if the police employees actions had been done by a non-police employee – would the same tact be taken by the corporate media outlets? Would the “authorities” have remained moot on the name of the shooter? Also, just how impartial will an investigation of a police employee by another police employee be?

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Rocky Ford, Colorado Cop Arrested for Murder, in Court Today

Wednesday, November 19th, 2014

Amanda, hoping to make more likely an outcome that involves responsibility for the killer who wears a badge, shared the information below.

Date of Incident: October 12, 2014
Individual Responsible: James Ashby
Outfit: Rocky Ford Police Department
Phone: (719) 254-3344

James Ashby, employed at Rocky Ford police outfit will be in Otero court today related to the second degree murder charges he faces for the killing of 27-year-old Jack Jacquez. If you’re in the area show up to make your support of justice known: November 19, 2014 at 1:30pm at the Otero County Court.

Though David Randall and Eric Ross at KOAA.com reported few details on the incident, save for the norm of a paid vacation for a shooter who wears a badge:

Ashby has been on administrative leave pending a CBI investigation since the shooting. The shooting sparked protests throughout the community.  The Rocky Ford Police Department has not released any additional information on the shooting.

our friends at PoliceStateDaily.com disclosed that:

Sara Lindenmuth said that a Rocky Ford police officer, now identified as James Ashby, forced his way into her brother-in-laws residence after he came home around 2:00 am Sunday morning.

Lindenmuth says her brother-in-law, 27-year-old Jack Jacquez, and the officer began yelling at each other.

“He was standing next to his mom, his back turned toward the officer and then [Ashby] shot him twice in the back and then pepper sprayed him,” Lindenmuth said. “Then they hand cuffed his fiancé, for reasons I don’t know why. And the mom went to call the cops and the cop took her phone and threw it against the wall.”

“He just showed up,” she explained. “No one knows why he just showed up. It just all happened unexpectedly.”

From the Justice for Jack Jacquez page:

Ashby’s court is open to the public. Please show your support, and keep the peace!

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Also, according to another gent familiar with Ashby, this isn’t the first time he’s killed.

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We’ll see what happens… Hopefully not another example of impunity given to a killer who happens to be a police employee.

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Jay Nixon’s Executive Order Likened to Martial Law

Tuesday, November 18th, 2014

Craig Bergman shared the text below, which was signed by Jay Nixon – a man in Missouri who, under the guise of protecting the rights of others, called for the centralization of armed criminals (men and women who subsist solely via coercion) and his henchmen to introduce to the scene more who are similarly motivated.

Date of Incident: 11/17/2014
Individual Responsible: Governor of Missouri

http://governor.mo.gov/news/executive-orders/executive-order-14-14

WHEREAS, the City of Ferguson and the St. Louis region have experienced periods of unrest over the past three months; and

WHEREAS, the United States Department of Justice and St. Louis County authorities are conducting separate criminal investigations into the facts surrounding the death of Michael Brown; and

WHEREAS, the United States Department of Justice and St. Louis County authorities could soon announce the findings of their independent criminal investigations; and

WHEREAS, regardless of the outcomes of the federal and state criminal investigations, there is the possibility of expanded unrest; and

WHEREAS, the State of Missouri will be prepared to appropriately respond to any reaction to these announcements; and

WHEREAS, our citizens have the right to peacefully assemble and protest and the State of Missouri is committed to protecting those rights; and

WHEREAS, our citizens and businesses must be protected from violence and damage; and

WHEREAS, an invocation of the provisions of Sections 44.010 through 44.130, RSMo, is appropriate to ensure the safety and welfare of our citizens.

NOW, THEREFORE, I, JEREMIAH W. (JAY) NIXON, GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and Laws of the State of Missouri, including Sections 44.010 through 44.130, RSMo, do hereby declare a State of Emergency exists in the State of Missouri.

I further direct the Missouri State Highway Patrol together with the St. Louis County Police Department and the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department to operate as a Unified Command to protect civil rights and ensure public safety in the City of Ferguson and the St. Louis region.

I further order that the St. Louis County Police Department shall have command and operational control over security in the City of Ferguson relating to areas of protests, acts of civil disobedience and conduct otherwise arising from such activities.

I further order that the Unified Command may exercise operational authority in such other jurisdictions it deems necessary to protect civil rights and ensure public safety and that other law enforcement agencies shall assist the Unified Command when so requested and shall cooperate with operational directives of the Unified Command.

I further order, pursuant to Section 41.480, RSMo, the Adjutant General of the State of Missouri, or his designee, to forthwith call and order into active service such portions of the organized militia as he deems necessary to protect life and property and assist civilian authorities and it is further directed that the Adjutant General or his designee, and through him, the commanding officer of any unit or other organization of such organized militia so called into active service take such action and employ such equipment as may be necessary to carry out requests processed through the Missouri State Highway Patrol and ordered by the Governor of the state to protect life and property and support civilian authorities.

This Order shall expire in thirty days unless extended in whole or in part by subsequent Executive Order.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the Great Seal of the State of Missouri, in the City of Jefferson, on this 17th day of November, 2014.

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Editors Note: There is no shortage of content from Ferguson that shows that those who have escalated situations, like Darren Wilson, the killer of Michael Brown, wear badges and claim to “protect and serve.” It seems clear who they, and Nixon are trying to protect – the statist quo. Fortunately, many are realizing just who are the aggressors and choosing not to grant them legitimacy. Some are training others on how to effectively film the police and are setting up streaming networks to ensure the truth of what unfolds gets out.

Police Accountability Groups in Missouri

Those in or near Ferguson are bolded

  • Lake of the Ozarks Cop Block – Facebook
  • MO/KS Cop Block – Bambuser / Facebook / YouTube / mokscopblock@gmail.com
  • North Missouri Cop Block – Facebook
  • Southeast Missouri Copblock – Facebook / southeastmissouricopblock@gmail.com
  • Southwest Missouri Cop Block – Facebook / Twitter / SouthwestMissouriCopBlock@Gmail.com
  • Southwest Missouri Copwatchers – Facebook
  • St. Louis Cop Block – Facebook
  • The Canfield Watchmen – Facebook

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Illegal Search by Two of San Diego’s “Finest”

Monday, November 17th, 2014

The content below was shared by a woman who’s home was invaded by two men wearing San Diego Police Department badges.

Date of Incident: 10-10-2014
Individuals Responsible: David Cupples Badge #5479, Brett Byler Badge #6918
Outfit: San Diego Police Department
Phone: (619) 531-2777
Address: 1401 Broadway, MS 700, San Diego, CA 92101,

To: Chief of Police, 1401 Broadway, MS 700, San Diego, CA 92101, (619) 531-2777, And Sgt. Nicholas Link (Badge #6278)
CC: Susan Davis, Representative of the 53rd District
CC: Chief of Police, 1401 Broadway, MS 700, San Diego, CA 92101, (619) 531-2777
CC: Internal Affairs Unit 1401 Broadway, MS 709, San Diego CA 92101, (619) 531-2801
Subject: Illegal Search of Home and Unnecessary Force

Two San Diego Police Officers conducted an illegal search of my home and used unnecessary force on 10 Nov 2014. The two officers are identified as 1. David Cupples, Badge #5479 2. Brett Byler #6918.

These 2 individuals came into my home with no permission or probable cause on the 10th of November 2014 at around 9:30 pm. They received a tip from neighbors about a woman screaming. When they had arrived at my home, there was only quiet and no probable cause existed to enter into my home. My husband and I were sleeping in bed. They intruded into my living room through opening my unlocked front door which was shut closed. Police may only enter a home without a warrant under “exigent circumstances” where there is a reasonable belief that there is an immediate need to protect their lives or the lives of others.

After they were inside, my husband and I came into the living room with shock. They claimed they received phone calls from neighbors. A neighbor’s tip may justify an investigation, but the court has held that, alone, it will rarely establish the level of suspicion to justify a search (United States v. Davis).

I can understand they were attempting to ensure some woman’s safety based on phone calls, but once they investigated (from outside) that nothing illegal had occurred at my residence, they should have left and not entered my home. There was no probable cause to enter. I asked them to leave repeatedly. They refused. In addition, Officer David Cupples was also gruff and grabbed my shirt on my backside in my own living room as I was asking him to leave. This was very unnecessary force on my person.

I do not think this behavior is acceptable and makes me lose a feeling of security by the San Diego Police Department. I encourage that the officers be trained and respect of the law. The San Diego Police department victimized me by neglecting my rights after a supposed call that was intended to protect me.

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Police Abuse in Warren County, NJ

Monday, November 17th, 2014

The information below was shared by a self-described “insider” seeking to make public the frequent rights-violations witnessed by colleagues at the Washington Township (NJ) police outfit. Kudos to that person for speaking out – it will undoubtedly encourage others to do the same.

Date of Incident: Daily
Outfit: Washington Township Police Department
Phone: 856-589-6664
Website: http://www.washingtontwppolice.org
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Sewell-NJ/Washington-Township-Police-Department-Gloucester-County-New-Jersey/165476223479208
Twitter: http://twitter.com/WashingtonTwpPD

I witness day after day Washington Township Police officers stop persons in a vehicle or on the street, demanding ID and then checking them for warrants. This will happen on almost every (98%) traffic stop, on a motor vehicle accident, a person reporting their house vandalized, and in other instances where you would not think that you would have to show ID and wait for dispatch to run your record.

These cops do this everyday. Consider me an insider trying to get attention to this problem, not everyone is guilty but these guys have been trained to think that way, obviously not considering one innocent until proven guilty.

It also happens in Pohatcong Township as well, in the same county in NJ, one of the worst offenders is Officer Matt Radecky. He got into a scuffle with an elderly man during a traffic stop because the man was asking questions. Radecky is a typical jackboot power abuser. The incident was actually caught on tape and posted to YouTube, but I’ve been unable to find it. I have seen the video though. It’s disturbing when the man is removed from his vehicle, Radecky looses it.

I don’t know if there is anything you guys can do. I’ve warned my family not to go through certain areas of the county at night because that’s when certain cops are on that get their jollies from their abuse.

There also is a new Law Enforcement Action Plan or LEAP that has been adopted by the County’s police departments. It was drafted after Ferguson. The Public safety director, who is a corrupt tyrant, swears that something like Ferguson is going to happen here and that’s why it was made up. Riots can start anywhere, but that’s a different story. There was a line in the plan that was disturbing to me though, it stated that it would be used to quell violence and civil unrest, blah, blah, blah, but also, for 1st Amendment Activities…why can’t I speak freely? Sounds like a Bundy Ranch problem if you ask me.

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Concord Police attempt to scare citizen into false confession

Sunday, November 16th, 2014

The content below was shared by a gent who described his less-than-satisfactory interaction with a couple Concord (NH) police employees as “typical behavior of local police around here.” Clearly the issue at hand was not too significant – no immediacy or threat of loss of life, yet Brad Crane chose to have a not too service-oriented disposition. Perhaps the introduction of a camera to the situation would have netted a better response?

Date of Interaction: 11/10/14
Individuals Involved: Ofc. White and Ofc. Brad Crane
Outfit: Concord Police Department
Phone: 603-225-8600

On 11/10/14, I had called police due to a vehicle left on my property. The vehicle clearly had been dragged across the road, but it was nothing to do with me. I found the vehicle in that condition and had no intentions on moving it. I had driven past the incident on my way to a local welding shop, and was called by Ofc. White.

Ofc. White took the note I left for the woman out of the vehicle and called me up. I informed him that I was occupied and could not be at the scene and he informed me that “they weren’t going to wait around all day” and that “we need you to be here” and I again stated I would be unavailable except via telephone. Grudgingly, He remained fairly cordial, whereas Ofc. Crane was not so much.

Editors Note: Concord, a town of 42,000 that is not at all violent, last year attracted a lot of attention as the self-proclaimed protectors worked to bring a militarized vehicle into their arsenal: http://www.copblock.org/?s=concord

Ofc. Crane informed me that he “knew my vehicle” which is strange, as I do believe he pulled me over for having a headlight out two years ago. A little scary to think that cops remember every mundane interaction, despite botching them daily. He informed me that he would “really hate” to have someone lie to him, and I explained that the vehicle was there when I saw it first, and I had nothing to do with moving it and I intended not to continue arguing. Shut him up.

When asked where the property owner was and I stated “in the shower” he had just said “Oh that’s fine, we will wait” – figures that the cops have no respect for the time or private lives of civilians. I do feel bad for the woman who was trespassing, I am sure she faced even more scrutiny than we did, though we were entitled to none being the landowner reporting an abandoned vehicle.

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