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.

RELATED: Content from Albuquerque on this site: http://CopBlock.org/?s=Albuquerque

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

.

copblock-banner-320x90-apps

No permission is needed to share this post, or any content housed at CopBlock.org. Ideas have consequences – the more good ideas are shared the better we all are. Help fuel our efforts – donate Bitcoin: 1D6hdGKcFfzciJaMSLU6X1Tq69fcCsEh65

Albuquerque police shoot man multiple times who was holding brake pads. is a post from Cop Block - Badges Don't Grant Extra Rights

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:

RELATED: Justice for Baby Bou Bou Facebook page

RELATED: Content on this site – http://CopBlock.org/?s=Baby+Bou+Bou

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.”

.

copblock-banner-320x90-groups

No permission is needed to share this post, or any content housed at CopBlock.org. Ideas have consequences – the more good ideas are shared the better we all are. Help fuel our efforts – donate Bitcoin: 1D6hdGKcFfzciJaMSLU6X1Tq69fcCsEh65

Baby injured and STILL suffering after police raid gone wrong is a post from Cop Block - Badges Don't Grant Extra Rights

Puppycide: A Symptom of the Police State

Thursday, November 20th, 2014

Related Content:

http://www.copblock.org/?s=puppycide

Related Cop Block Group:

K9 Cop Block – https://FB.com/K9CopBlock

 

zero-police-empolyees-killed-by-dogs-petadvisor-copblock

Video Narration:

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.

Resources Used:

copblock-banner-320x90-library

No permission is needed to share this post, or any content housed at CopBlock.org. Ideas have consequences – the more good ideas are shared the better we all are. Help fuel our efforts – donate Bitcoin: 1D6hdGKcFfzciJaMSLU6X1Tq69fcCsEh65

Puppycide: A Symptom of the Police State is a post from Cop Block - Badges Don't Grant Extra Rights

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?

Known Indiana Based Police Accountability Groups

Click for related Know Your Rights videos and content.

Click for related Know Your Rights videos and content.

 

No permission is needed to share this post, or any content housed at CopBlock.org. Ideas have consequences – the more good ideas are shared the better we all are. Help fuel our efforts – donate Bitcoin: 1D6hdGKcFfzciJaMSLU6X1Tq69fcCsEh65

ISP Investigates Marion Officer Involved In Shooting is a post from Cop Block - Badges Don't Grant Extra Rights

Greece, NY Police Enter and Shoot Home Owner Because ‘Things Didn’t Look Right’

Saturday, November 15th, 2014

The content below was shared by Ryan Conklin to get more attention on a situation that never should have happened. As you read, consider just how different the reaction from those at the Greece police outfit would be if the triggerman and person shot and killed would have been reversed.

Date of Incident: 11/9/2014
Individual Responsible: Jared René
Outfit: Greece (NY) Police Department
Phone: 585-720-4104

Editors Note: Much of the content below was gleaned from the write-up Greece police explain Stone Road shooting by Victoria E. Freile and Meaghan M. McDermott, which was posted on 2014.11.11 to DemocratAndChronicle.com.

The shooting occurred Sunday morning after Greece, NY police and animal control officers were called to Stone Road, near Stone Ridge Drive, for a report of dogs running loose in the area.

Greece Police Chief Patrick Phelan said officers located the dogs, two pit bulls, and went to 1677 Stone Road, the home where they believed their owner lived.

Officers did not receive a response to their knocking on the door, so they entered the house there an ‘unlocked’ door to check the welfare of whoever might be inside. Phelan said two officers at the scene could see water running and the stove top on. Running water and a stove on cannot be seen from outside the home and do not constitute ‘Exigent Circumstances’.

Once inside, officers found a man — later identified as Thomas Manza — naked and asleep on a bedroom floor, with a shotgun beside him. René, 31, fired twice, striking Manza once. Following surgery, Manza, 34, remains in a medically induced coma in guarded condition at Strong Memorial Hospital.

The Greece, NY Police department has a long history of misconduct and corruption: CopBlock.org/tag/Greece

He said his son would often let his dogs, Kikki and Jayda, out the back door to run around in the fenced yard, leaving the door open so the dogs could reenter at will.

They entered my son’s house without a warrant, what is this wellness thing? They’re saying they entered the house to check someone’s wellness, but my son wasn’t in distress. … I don’t understand why they entered the house and now my son’s almost dead up there in the hospital.

Anthony Manza said his son would often sleep with a fan running, so it was no surprise that he might not have heard police knocking or yelling in the windows.

After the shooting, police executed a search warrant at the rental home, where they found a personal-use amount of marijuana, as well as two long guns. Police charged Manza with first-degree menacing, a felony, for ‘allegedly’ pointing a loaded firearm at police in his house during an unlawful entry search.

“We’ll often find a house where things just don’t look right and we need to check the welfare of the residents,” Phelan said. “Often times, we’ll find somebody that’s been injured and can’t get to the door, we’ll find somebody who’s committed suicide, we’ll find somebody who has a medical condition and they’re unconscious. It’s not that unusual.”

‘Things just don’t look right’ doesn’t give the police the right to enter you home and shoot you.

There are four main circumstances in which a warrant is not required for police to search your house:

1. Consent
2. Plain View
3. Search Incident to Arrest
4. Exigent Circumstances. This exception refers to emergency situations where the process of getting a valid search warrant could compromise public safety or could lead to a loss of evidence. This encompasses instances of “hot pursuit” in which a suspect is about to escape.

None of the above were given or relevant to this unlawful search.

RELATED LINKS

.

 

Known New York Based Police Accountability Groups

.

copblock-banner-320x90-groups

No permission is needed to share this post, or any content housed at CopBlock.org. Ideas have consequences – the more good ideas are shared the better we all are. Help fuel our efforts – donate Bitcoin: 1D6hdGKcFfzciJaMSLU6X1Tq69fcCsEh65

Greece, NY Police Enter and Shoot Home Owner Because ‘Things Didn’t Look Right’ is a post from Cop Block - Badges Don't Grant Extra Rights

Border Patrol Employee John Demery Arrested For Murdering 27yo Father of Two

Wednesday, November 12th, 2014

This unfortunate and unnecessary incident was shared by Amanda Hendriks, cousin of Adam Thomas who was killed by John Demery.

Date of Incident: 11-08-2014
Individual Responsible: John Demery
Outfit: Border Patrol

John Demery, who wears a Border Patrol badge, is now on “administrative leave” after having shot a man multiple times, killing him.

From a KABC-TV write-up:

“Adam heard his friend outside. He came outside to see what the commotion was. The guy pulled a gun. Shot at him three times. Adam and his friend tried running away. He (Demery) said ‘Who’s going to fight now?’ Pop, pop, pop, shot him (Thomas) again,” said Stephanie Bell, Thomas’ former girlfriend.

Upon arrival, deputies found Thomas suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. Thomas, the father of two children, was taken to a hospital, where he later died.

Demery was later arrested for homicide and booked at the Southwest Detention Center.

His family started a GoFundMe campaign in four days have almost reached their goal of $8,000.

.

copblock-banner-320x90-apps

No permission is needed to share this post, or any content housed at CopBlock.org. Ideas have consequences – the more good ideas are shared the better we all are. Help fuel our efforts – donate Bitcoin: 1D6hdGKcFfzciJaMSLU6X1Tq69fcCsEh65

Border Patrol Employee John Demery Arrested For Murdering 27yo Father of Two is a post from Cop Block - Badges Don't Grant Extra Rights

Large Settlements for False Arrest

Monday, November 10th, 2014

Submitted by Arkady Bukh

7 Largest Settlements for False Arrest

The shooting of an unarmed teenager in a St. Louis suburb recently turned the national spotlight on the militarization of police and the often co-occurring abuse of authority. American psychologist, Abraham Maslow said in 1966, “If the only tool you have is a hammer, then you see all problems as nails.”

The hammer/nail mentality has cost police jurisdictions across the country significant amounts of money. Money which could be used to replace infrastructure, fund social programs or house the homeless has instead gone to address police brutality.

The National Police Accountability (NPAP) was started with the intention of ending law enforcement’s abuse of authority and gives guidance and support to groups fighting police misconduct.

Made up of plaintiff’s attorneys, the NPAP uses a variety of methods to communicate with members. The organization also hosts continuing legal education seminars nationally and tracks lawsuits alleging police brutality.

A few of the more noteworthy cases the NPAP has reported recently include some with millions of dollars as a settlement and one where just a middle finger raised the anger of the police.

Robert Graham

Robert Graham was caught in stalled traffic in New York City. A couple of NYPD cops worked to maneuver their way out of the jam, without lights or siren, to answer a 911 call. The cops had a difficult time maneuvering around Graham who told the police officers he couldn’t move either. The cops finally got out, answered the call and came back to arrest Graham for disorderly conduct. Graham’s payoff for being pulled from the car by his neck and arrested? $150,000.

Robert Bryant

The Madison County, Alabama, Sheriff’s Department provided Mr. Bryant with a settlement of settlement of over a half-million dollars. What did Mr. Bryant have to do for the payday?

In August, 2012, Bryant was in a pool hall and had a dispute with an off-duty deputy who was also in the bar. When Bryant left the pool hall later, he was followed by the deputy and was pulled out of his car. Several other deputies arrived and stomped on Bryant, knocked some teeth out and left him on the side of the road unconscious. Then they charged Bryant with assaulting an officer. Mr. Bryant was awarded $625,000.

Four RNC Protesters

A New York jury agreed that four protesters at the 2004 Republican National Convention had been wrongly arrested. To help set things right, the jury awarded the four $185,000. Attorney Arkady Bukh worked with other attorneys in representing over 1600 total protesters arrested during the convention. The total amount paid by the city for the wrongful arrests? $18 million making it the largest protest-related settlement in history.

Unnamed Suspect

Penns Grove, New Jersey, had to pay out $2 million for the death of a man killed from being placed in a choke hold. The lawsuit said that police responded to a call at an apartment complex in March, 2010. When they got there, the police reported that a suspect was acting “bizarrely.” The suspect walked away when he was approached by the officers and ignored their commands to halt. Despite not giving any resistance, the man was maced and tackled to the ground. While one officer applied the choke hold, other officers kicked the suspect. By the time the ambulance arrived, the suspect was unconscious. He was pronounced dead on arrival at the hospital. The settlement was sealed and the victim’s name has not been released.

“Central Park 5”

Five men who had been convicted and sent to prison for a sensationalized crime which they didn’t commit, were awarded $40 million by New York City to settle a long-unresolved civil rights court case.  The original lawsuit accused NYPD, and city prosecutors, of false arrest, malicious prosecution, and driving a racially-motivated conspiracy. The mayor at the time had fought any settlement for over ten years, taking the fight all the way to federal court.

Occupy Wall Street

The largest Occupy Wall Street settlement, over $580,000, was awarded to 14 protesters who had been wrongfully arrested in January 2012.

Robert Bell

While hardly noticeable in the city’s annual budget, a judge approved a settlement between the NYPD and Robert Bell. Arrested for giving three NYPD officer the middle finger, Bell filed a First Amendment suit and False Arrest claim against the city. When offered the money to drop his lawsuit, Bell agreed and walked away with the money.

Arkady Bukh is a founding member of Bukh Law Firm P.C. (14 Wall St, New York NY 10005, (212) 729-1632) and a published author. Arkady concentrates on high-profile criminal defense cases, as well as police brutality cases. You can view his website here

Large Settlements for False Arrest is a post from Cop Block - Badges Don't Grant Extra Rights

Justice for Mayra Mejia

Saturday, November 8th, 2014

Miguel Mejia shared the content below to get more attention on the “service” afforded to his mom by some who claim to protect.

Date of Incident: 9/14/12
Outfit Involved: High Point Police Department, 1009 Leonard Ave, High Point, NC 27260, (336) 883-3224
Outfit Involved: Guilford County Sheriff’s Office, 400 W Washington St, Greensboro, NC 27401, (336) 641-3694

In September 2012, my mother, Mayra Mejia, who was at that time 60 years old and disabled, was in her NC home preparing for a yard sale when another resident of the neighborhood threatened her. She called 911 for help. An officer from the High Point Police department came out but said there was nothing he could do and left without even investigating the threats. He returned minutes later and accused my mother of stealing a yard sale sign and threatened to arrest her unless she returned the sign. My mother denied any involvement and the officer left.

My mother got in her car and drove around the neighborhood to see what was going on, only to find the officer at the home of the neighbor who had threatened her. She honked her horn once and immediately returned home. The officer pulled up minutes later and placed her under arrest in her driveway. After being transferred to the custody of the Guilford County Sheriff detention officers, my mother was subjected to a brutal assault. While still in handcuffs, she was repeatedly hit and kicked, thrown into a cement wall and bench, and left on the floor without medical attention until her release.

At the time of her arrest and assault, my mother was never told why she had been arrested. Her initial arrest and court records were filed under a different name. The charges against her were ultimately voluntarily dismissed by the district attorney’s office.

I have started a petition on change.org so that the North Carolina Department of Justice and the FBI will investigate the actions of the law enforcement officers involved. A legitimate investigation of what happened to my mother could bring criminal charges against these officers for injustice they committed and for the violated oaths they took to protect the constitutional rights of their fellow citizens. Please sign this petition, share, and support. Thank you and the link is:

https://www.change.org/p/north-carolina-department-of-justice-investigate-the-false-arrest-and-assault-of-my-mother

As noted one gentleman who signed the petition:

I’m tired of police thinking they can do what they want to people and I’m also tired of the system letting them get away with it, if a non police citizen did the stuff they do we’d be in jail..double standard and I’m disgusted with it.

Editors Note: Hopefully, thanks to the transparency on this situation from Miguel, the aggressors will face some responsibility – a lack of support or legitimacy granted to them and their outfit from their “customers” is most significant. Ideally their names would have been shared, as well as objective documentation of the incident described. Perhaps the former will be added to the petition and the latter will happen in any future interactions. Also, as this incident started when the victim called 911 for help, that should make anyone wary of taking similar behavior – after all, police have no duty to protect you.

Known Area Police Accountability Groups

.

Film The Police always. Click here to learn more.

Film The Police always. Click here to learn more.

No permission is needed to share this post, or any content housed at CopBlock.org. Ideas have consequences – the more good ideas are shared the better we all are. Help fuel our efforts – donate Bitcoin: 1D6hdGKcFfzciJaMSLU6X1Tq69fcCsEh65

Justice for Mayra Mejia is a post from Cop Block - Badges Don't Grant Extra Rights

Florida Cop Jared Nash Accused of Breaking 14-Year-Old Girl’s Arm During Arrest

Friday, November 7th, 2014

Ryan Pfeffer shared the information about an aggressive individual who lacks respect for person or property.

Date of Interaction: October 21, 2014
Individual Responsible: Jared Nash
Outfit: Greenacres Police Department
Phone: 561.642.2153

Greenacres Police Officer Jared Nash is accused of breaking a 14-year-old girl’s arm during an arrest attempt that was initiated because the officer attempted to view a video on her cell phone without a search warrant. The officer then arrested the teen for resisting arrest.

Ray Downs at New Times Broward-Palm Beach cited the version of events, as put forth by Jared Nash in his report:

[She] then began to twist and pull her arm around in an increased physical level trying to pull away,” Nash claims. “I then tried placing [her] left hand behind her back to secure her in handcuffs due to her pushing me, her increasing attempts to break away from my grasp, and continuing to try hand the phone to [her friend] despite my orders not to.

Nash said he was attempting to get access to the teenager’s cellphone as he believed it captured scenes from a fight that had occurred at John I. Leonard High School. Yet even if the cell phone had such documentation, he has no right to prevent her freedom of movement. If you acted in such a way – physically restraining someone who had not caused a victim, what would that be called?

Badges don’t grant extra rights. The aggressor Nash should face the same repercussions as would anyone who broke the arm of another. He personally – not area taxpayers, should make her whole. And as he did the exact opposite of providing “excellent citizenry service” – included in the mission of his outfit – he should no longer be employed. Would you keep your job if you broke the arm of a so-called customer?

.

copblock-banner-320x90-groups

No permission is needed to share this post, or any content housed at CopBlock.org. Ideas have consequences – the more good ideas are shared the better we all are. Help fuel our efforts – donate Bitcoin: 1D6hdGKcFfzciJaMSLU6X1Tq69fcCsEh65

Florida Cop Jared Nash Accused of Breaking 14-Year-Old Girl’s Arm During Arrest is a post from Cop Block - Badges Don't Grant Extra Rights

Cop Strikes Man In Head While He’s On The Ground [Video]

Wednesday, November 5th, 2014

This content was shared by someone who recognizes the power of commonsense and the court of public opinion.

Date of Incident: 11/1/2014
Individuals Responsible: Ryan Rabideau and Ethan Czyzewski
Outfit: Burlington VT Police Deptartment
Address: 1 North Ave. Burlington VT
Phone: (802) 658-2704

Police attempt to take a man into custody he is “resisting ” the video starts with the suspect on the ground but prior to being taken down he was tazed by the police officers once in the ground one of the officers repeatedly hits the “suspect” in the head in a press release the department says they were striking his back. Let the people decide.!!


From the video description:

A Burlington, VT Police Officer ruthlessly punches pinned downed civilian and an angry mob of bystanders stands witness and reacts.

Vermont Based Police Accountability Group

.

copblock-banner-320x90-library

No permission is needed to share this post, or any content housed at CopBlock.org. Ideas have consequences – the more good ideas are shared the better we all are. Help fuel our efforts – donate Bitcoin: 1D6hdGKcFfzciJaMSLU6X1Tq69fcCsEh65

Cop Strikes Man In Head While He’s On The Ground [Video] is a post from Cop Block - Badges Don't Grant Extra Rights