Police State Corruption

Video: Woman Gets Out Of DWI Charge After Calling Prosecutor Father

Video has surfaced showing an arrest in which a New York woman called her prosecutor father before having a DWI charge downgraded to a lesser crime. Rachel Winter, 21, was pulled over on the night of Nov. 24 in Lockport by Niagara County sheriff’s deputy Timothy Caughel. Body-cam video showed that Winter admitted to the officer that she drank “a few beers” at ...

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Chief, Officer Resign Amid Corruption Related To Arrest Of Councilman’s Son

In a routine display of local corruption, an Oklahoma police chief and officer have resigned following intimidation by local officials related to the arrest of a city councilman’s son. The Vian police department’s first full-time female officer, Lindsey Green, said her troubles began when an off duty cop called her on May 2 to report that his neighbor was driving on a suspended ...

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Deep State Takes Down Trump Adviser: The Implications For Accountability

Politics is full of contradictions. Even if they are not expressed philosophically, party politics in particular exemplify inconsistency. Take the recent resignation of Trump administration National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. Presented by the Trump White House as a matter of eroding trust, the implications amount to what some have called a “political assassination.” In a briefing on Wednesday, press secretary ...

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Records Supervisor Claims Albuquerque Cops Illegally Altered, Deleted Shooting Videos

The former records supervisor of the Albuquerque police department is claiming in a sworn affidavit that officers illegally deleted and altered videos of shootings and other controversial incidents. According to the nine page affidavit, created by Reynaldo Chavez, one of the incidents in question involved the deadly April 2014 shooting of 19-year-old Mary Hawkes, who was suspected of stealing a car. Chavez ...

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Missing From Police Evidence Room: $408K, 60 Guns, 4700 Bags Of Drugs

An audit of a Massachusetts police department’s evidence room has revealed that thousands of pieces of drug and property evidence, as well as around $408,000, went missing. Braintree police officials released the audit’s findings on Wednesday and stated that the inquiry looked at evidence going back to 1999. What was found was astonishing: heat-sealed drug bags torn or cut open, bags of cash emptied, and the vanishing of ...

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NJ Cops Attempt To Thwart Civilian Oversight Committee

In attempt to block a proposed Civilian Complaint Review Board, police unions in Newark, New Jersey have filed a legal complaint alleging “unfair practices” against the city. According to the Newark Superior Officer’s Association, officials violated state law by instituting civilian oversight of police officers without consulting the very cops that will be overseen. The unions allege that the guidelines for the committee ...

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Two Dozen Guns Vanish From Police Evidence Locker – Used In Other Crimes

It has been revealed that two dozen firearms have gone missing from an evidence locker at the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Police Department, with some being used in other crimes. According to an internal memo from the D.C. Department of Forensic Sciences, officers first confiscated the weapons between 2005 and 2012 – but some were later confiscated again after being used in additional violent crimes, while others ...

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DHS Loses Hundreds Of Badges, Guns, Cellphones, Credentials

Showcasing a lack of stunning competence, it has came to light that hundreds of badges, credentials, cell phones and guns have disappeared from several agencies attached to the Department of Homeland Security. According to inventory reports obtained via Freedom of information Act requests pertaining to a 31 month period between 2012 and 2015, over 1,300 badges, 165 firearms and 589 cell phones have gone missing. The reports show ...

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NYPD Cop Thrown In Psych Ward For Exposing Arrest Quotas Wins $600K

NYPD officer Adrian Schoolcraft sued his city in 2010 for $50 million after he said he was thrown in to a psych ward at Jamaica Hospital for exposing a quota system being run by the department. Schoolcraft said he was unlawfully detained after fellow officers launched a campaign of harassment against him when he blew the whistle on cops changing ...

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NC Police Dept. Destroyed 333 Rape Kits To “Make Room”

A police department in North Carolina destroyed 333 rape kits between 1995 and 2008 to make space in its evidence room, officials said Monday. Fayetteville Police Chief Harold Medlock says in February, his department’s special victims unit commander began a review of old sex assault cases going back to the 1990s. The commander was tasked with determining if there was ...

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Investigator Fired After Refusing To Reverse “Unjustified” Police Shooting Findings

An independent investigator tasked with reviewing police shootings in Chicago has been fired after resisting orders to reverse his findings implicating the actions of officers as “unjustified.” 65-year-old Lorenzo Davis served in the Chicago police department for 23 years. As a commander, he headed detective units, and the department’s Austin district and public-housing unit. He retired from the department in ...

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Officers Resign After Officials Try To Get Top Businessman Off Hook

The entire police force of the small Oklahoma community of Chelsea is resigning amongst allegations city officials tried to get an influential citizen out of an arrest. The controversy first erupted in March when a Chelsea police officer arrested top area businessman, Brian Haggard, under suspicion of DUI. Other city officials were then accused of trying to get him off ...

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FOP Attempts To Block Reforms Making Names Of Murdering Cops Public

The Fraternal Order of Police in Philadelphia is challenging a recent decision by city police officials to make the names of officers involved in on-duty shootings public. Lodge 5 of the F.O.P. filed an unfair labor practice complaint Wednesday with the Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board, saying the policy change was instituted without union approval. “This unilateral change is contrary to ...

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Officer Reports Thieve Cops – Transferred 4 Times, Reassigned To Desk Duty

An Atlanta police detective says she was retaliated against for blowing the whistle on other officers stealing during a crime bust. 16 year veteran Charron Walters says the incident stemmed from a 2011 chop shop investigation on Regina Drive. Walters says, while serving thesearch warrant, she saw investigators steal car parts, from a truck. “I’m trained to recognize crime, I ...

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