In yet another not so surprising attempt and likely success at “Fuck(ing)” an innocent man, this un-named (as of yet) cop decides to double down on his idiocy. He stated, despite acknowledging his failure to understand the basic fundamentals of ancient through modern mathematics, he was “gonna write my shit.” The “shit” he is referring to is likely a sworn police report. A .016 BAC would be expected, approximately, for a 180ish pound man who drank 2 beers over the past 2 hours.
On the other hand, a .16 is a completely different story. According to this online BAC calculator a 180 pound man would have to drink 9 beers in 1 hour to achieve the approximate threshold of a .16.
This cop also refers to the man as, “genius” as he mentions, “that little extra zero doesn’t mean shit.” He continues with, “You know what…fuck it…argue it in court.”
Without fail, he also threatens to “book the video recorder” (take the camera) despite having his own audio recording.
Please post this cop’s name/department in the comments and I will update appropriately.
Silicon Valley firms and privacy groups want Congress to update a 1986-era electronic privacy law. But if a law enforcement idea set to be presented today gets attached, support for the popular proposal would erode.
AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint, and other wireless providers would be required to capture and store Americans’ confidential text messages, according to a proposal that will be presented to a congressional panel today.
The law enforcement proposal would require wireless providers to record and store customers’ SMS messages — a controversial idea akin to requiring them to surreptitiously record audio of their customers’ phone calls — in case police decide to obtain them at some point in the future.
“Billions of texts are sent every day, and some surely contain key evidence about criminal activity,” Richard Littlehale from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation will tell Congress, according to a copy (PDF) of his prepared remarks. “In some cases, this means that critical evidence is lost. Text messaging often plays a big role in investigations related to domestic violence, stalking, menacing, drug trafficking, and weapons trafficking.”
This is an effort to bring an additional layer of accountability to police officers and push back against the ‘police brotherhood’ that protects them. I’m hoping this could create a system where police officers could literally be ‘voted off the island’ so to speak.
“On March 16, 2013, my son and I were hiking along country roads among pastures and fields with my 15-year old son to help him earn his hiking merit badge. I always enjoy these father/son hikes because it gives me time alone with my son. As I always do when we go on these hikes and walks, I took my trusty rifle with me as there are coyotes, wild hogs, and cougars in our area. In Texas, it is legal to openly carry a rifle or shotgun as long as you do so in a manner that isn’t calculated to cause alarm. In other words, you can’t walk around waving your rifle atpeople. I always carry my rifle slung across my chest dangling, not holding it in my hands. At about the 5 mile mark of our hike, avoice behind us asked us to stop and the officer motioned for us to approach him. He got out of his car and met us a few feet later. He asked us what we were doing and I explained that we were hiking for my son’s merit badge. He then asked me what I’m doing with the rifle, to which I responded in a calm manner, “Does it matter, officer? Am I breaking the law?” At that point, the officer grabbed my rifle without warning or indication. He didn’t ask for my rifle and he didn’tsuggest he would take it from me. He simply grabbed it. This startledme and I instantly pulled back – the rifle was attached to me – and I asked what he thought he was doing because he’s not taking my rifle. Hethen pulled his service pistol on me and told me to take my hands off the weapon and move to his car, which I complied with. He then slammed me into the hood of his car and I remembered I had a camera on me (one of the requirements of the hiking merit badge is to document your hikes). This video is the rest of that encounter. Up to this point, I am not told why I am being stopped, why he tried to disarm me, or even that I’m under arrest.We did not set out that Saturday morning to “make a point” or cause problems. Our goal was to complete a 10-milehike and return home without incident. My son chose a route that away from populated areas but near our home. The arresting officer is Officer Steve Ermis and the supervisor is Sergeant Minnicks of the Temple Police Department.
Grisham was first charged with resisting arrest, however, the charge was downgraded to interfering with a peace officer while performing a duty.
Drive thru not fast enough..Pulls his gun on High School student.
FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — A police officer who was waiting in the drive-thru line at a McDonald’s restaurant in Forsyth County is accused of pulling a gun on the customer ahead of him because the officer was angry at having to wait for his food.
The off-duty officer is Detective Sgt. Scott Biumi, 48, of the DeKalb County Police Department. Biumi is charged with felony aggravated assault on the customer.
According to Biumi’s training record. He began employment with DeKalb County Police in March of 1988. Over his 24 year history with the department he received more than 17 hundred hours of training, including a course in 2012 on ‘ethics and professionalism‘.
Scott Biumi will have his police certification suspended.
“This flies in the face of decency and police professionalism and you can quote me on that!” said Ken Vance, the Executive Director of Georgia’s Peace Officer Standards and Training Council. ”His certification will be suspended immediately.”
According to the Vance, regardless of the criminal proceedings, a POST review could result in revocation of his certification.
Chief Cedric Alexander said the incident occurred on April 9 when Biumi, who was in the drive-through line at the restaurant, became upset over waiting for his food around 10:30 that night.
Forsyth County investigators said Biumi, who was driving a DeKalb County Police unmarked SUV, got out of his vehicle, went to the pickup truck he felt was holding up the line in front of him and pointed his service gun at the driver’s neck.
“We believe, right now, that it was his duty weapon, and a DeKalb-County-issued vehicle that he was in,” Sheriff Piper said.
Forsyth Deputy Courtney Spriggs told CrossRoadsNews that Biumi lunged his head and shoulders into the customer’s pickup during the
The altercation was caught by the restaurant’s security camera.
After posting a $22,000 bond, Biumi was released on bail from the Forsyth County Jail Wednesday afternoon.
DeKalb County Police Chief Cedric Alexander placed Biumi on administrative leave with pay while the case is investigated.
Humbly recognizing the responsibilities entrusted to me as a member of the Department of State Police, an organization dedicated to the preservation of human life and property, I pledge myself to perform my duties honestly and faithfully to the best of my ability and without fear, favor, or prejudice.
I shall aid those in danger or distress, and shall strive always to make my State and Country a safer place in which to live. I shall wage unceasing war against crime in all its forms, and shall consider no sacrifice too great in the performance of my duty.
I shall obey the laws of the United States of America and of the Commonwealth of Virginia, and shall support and defend the constitutions against all enemies whomsoever, foreign and domestic. I shall always be loyal to, and uphold the honor of my organization, my State and my Country.
I am a Virginia State Trooper and I agree, 100% of what [Copblock.org] is doing. When I took this job, I pledged myself to treat people with respect and to be fair and to uphold all laws of the United States and the State of Virginia. I have a strong, unbreakable ethic until the day I die and I would never abuse my authority. I will not hesitate to put corrupt cops away, no matter what. So I thank you, it is crazy to see these law enforcement representatives doing things that they were sworn to uphold, it sickens me. Most law enforcement officers are good, but unfortunately, some are bad, that’s just the way it is and we good law enforcement representatives need you to help us put away these true criminals, including crooked cops.
I was driving on Interstate 84 through Boise when I suddenly heard a very load noise coming from my car. I pulled off at the next available exit and noticed an Idaho State Police vehicle which already had somebody pulled over. Not wanting to interfere or be too close to them, I stopped on the off ramp about 1000 feet behind them. At that time I proceeded to find a few tools, pop the hood of my car, and make a quick roadside repair. By the time I had finished and was getting back in my car, sure enough, the State Troopers had turned their car around, drove the wrong direction down the off ramp, and pulled in behind me with their lights on. At first they acted like they were just concerned for my safety and asked if everything was OK. I told them it was, but then they wanted to know where I was going and what I was doing when I got there. I didn’t want to be a jerk, so I simply told them it was for business. That was when they asked for my ID and I told them no.
Normally, when you are driving, and stopped by the police, you must give them your ID. Police can’t stop you, while you are driving, and just ask for your ID. They need to have a reason. These Idaho State Troopers had no reason! I told them that over and over.
We argued back and forth for a couple of minutes and then the State Trooper in charge threatened me with going to jail. It wasn’t so much the threat of jail that made me comply; It was more that I just didn’t have the time to spend a day in jail as I was on my way to a business appointment.
I gave them my ID, registration, and insurance. Then I turned my video camera on them and recorded the rest.
Submitted by Rich Hersey Thanks for informing others about their rights! You guys are bold in the face of a corrupt system.
I plan to file a harassment charge against State Trooper Robertson and State Trooper Badurka.