“When law and morality contradict each other, the citizen has the cruel alternative of either losing his moral sense or losing his respect for the law.”
“When law and morality contradict each other, the citizen has the cruel alternative of either losing his moral sense or losing his respect for the law.”
The dog had gotten away from its owner and was likely scared, it nipped a person who tried to help it so the copfuks rolled up. The dog was detained with one of the lasso poles but then the copfuk felt the need to slit the throat of the detained Shar-pei right there on the spot in front of everyone.
It was so outrageous, commissioner copfuk doesn’t even try to defend this cops actions. This psychopath copfuk’s goose is cooked; it sucks that a dog unnecesarily died but on the positive side, this sociopath showed his true colors and it is likely future lives were saved by the fact he won’t be a member of the gang in blue.
Baltimore police officer charged with slitting throat of dog that had already been contained
By Justin George June 18 at 7:59 PM
In the case of the dog’s death, Baltimore police Deputy Commissioner Jerry Rodriguez said there was no “viable” way to justify the veteran officer’s actions, which took place in the 700 block of Grundy Street in Brewers Hill.
“We have no words to describe this,” he said.
On June 14, police said, Nala got loose and bit the hand of a woman who tried to catch the dog. Palmere said the wound was superficial. Officers from the Baltimore police’s Southeastern District detained the dog and summoned emergency services officers to the scene.
The emergency services unit handles many duties including assessing barricade situations and providing police crime-scene lighting.
They also carry the long dog-control poles, which can lasso stray dogs safely, Lt. Eric Kowalczyk, a Baltimore police spokesman, said.
The Shar-Pei was detained with one of these poles, police said.
At some point, one of the emergency services officers then pulled out a knife and slit its throat, Palmere said. The dog died from its injuries.
“Officers were appalled by what they saw, as were other citizens,” Palmere said.
Rodriguez said no motive or provocation could justify the act. The dog poles are meant to keep animals safely at bay for detainment and the department had “gone through great lengths” to train officers on how to handle almost any situation involving dogs.
“There is no procedure or training that justifies this behavior,” Rodriguez said.
Police did not release the identity of the officer, who they said was being booked Wednesday afternoon. They did not disclose the owner of the dog, either.
— Baltimore Sun
And the proper reply is…were you there?
My buddy sent this to me and I thought it was a joke but it is in fact true; it’s so ridiculous it almost had me clamoring for Common Core.
It’s bad when the vast majority of school options are from government priso-err… I mean schools and religious schools run by fundy nutjobs. My head hurts, save me Jeebus.
Origins: This image purportedly showing a “4th Grade Science Quiz” hit the Internet in April 2013, showing a classroom test entitled “Dinosaurs: Genesis and the Gospel” and consisting of several true/false and short-answerquestions about dinosaurs and the Bible, which a student had all answered correctly in accordance with religious Young Earth creationism (rather than scientific) principles.
The title of the quiz is the same as that of a DVD produced by the group Answers in Genesis and hews closely to the material presented therein, including the admonition that “If someone tells you the earth is millions of years old, what should be your reply? ‘Were you there?’” and the reference to the Bible as “The History Book of the Universe.”
The image was of the purported quiz publicized in a post to Reddit’s r/atheism forum, made by a user who maintained that it was a real quiz given at a private religious school in South Carolina, and that he was shown the quiz by the student’s parent and took a picture of it with his iPhone. He declined to identify the school for now, stating that “I am not publicizing it since it is a small school and I don’t want any publicity that might reflect badly on the kid” and “I don’t want the kid to get in trouble, so I am keeping that under my hat until June when school is over,” although he did allow that the school was “North of Greer, SC.”
A few days after the Reddit posting, a reader wrote to us and maintained that the quiz displayed above belonged to his 10-year-old daughter, saying:
He indicated that he wouldn’t disclose the name of the school until the end of the school year in June, but he did forward us an image of the second page of the quiz:
The Blue Ridge Christian Academy has since closed due to a lack of funding.
Law & Order: Public Toilet Investigative Unit.
CHESTERFIELD, MO (KTVI) – You or one of your kids may have appeared on video on a pornographic web site. A Fox 2 investigation led to the discovery of a police officer behind it. Videos of men going to the bathroom began spreading across the United States until Fox Files investigator Chris Hayes traced them to a gas station bathroom in Chesterfield.
With the help of police, we found an unexpected suspect.
It started with a hidden camera we discovered was at the Mobile On The Run on Clarkson, just south of the Chesterfield Mall. Video from a hidden camera showed people going to the bathroom and the videos were posted on a pornographic web site.
Our investigation started on the East Coast, where a man said he clicked on a banner that took him to the offensive porn web site. He noticed many victims wearing company shirts. That’s how we found victim Rob Cheney who told us, “When I saw myself pooping, I was just like you’ve gotta be kidding me.”
We asked Cheney for a list of places where he used the bathroom. He explained, “I had to think because you don’t document everywhere you go to the bathroom, so it took me awhile to pinpoint where it was.”
Fox 2 checked his list of rest rooms, comparing the online video to each bathroom. Then we found a perfect match, from the floor tiles to the drain by the toilet. Cheney just moved to the area and laughed, “Three weeks and I’m already on a poop cam pretty much. So three weeks and everybody’s seen me poop? That’s terrible. Hahaha.”
But we found no camera when we first discovered the bathroom. We took our investigative research to Chesterfield Police. Chief Ray Johnson held a news conference and said, “The Chesterfield Police Department has arrested one of our own officers, working from a tip from an investigative reporter Chris Hayes from Fox 2 News.”
The web site unexpectedly shut down during the investigation, but Fox 2 had already gathered intelligence needed to break the case. A key break involved a web posting of a St. Charles County man visiting the house of the possible suspect. The St. Charles County man went to the house for anonymous sex.
According to police, the suspect later admitted luring about 50 men to his Wentzville home, offering oral sex through what he called a gloryhole. He reportedly lured the men through a Craigslist ad, then secretly videotaped them entering his home and using his gloryhole.
Neighbor Kim Parker remembered talking to other neighbors during the police raid of Cerna’s home. She said, “We were discussing how we had noticed a lot of suspicious cars at all different times of the morning and evening, always with Illinois license plates, circling the area, pulling in the driveway and then shortly after pulling back out.”
The raid followed our lead involving the Craigslist add. And it netted the arrest of Chesterfield’s own officer, 33-year-old David Cerna.
Cerna’s reported website included an interesting discussion when someone posted “is this legal?” The response reads, “I’m not an attorney so I don’t know.”
Police Chief Ray Johnson described getting the phone call that his officer was the suspect. He said, “It was rather shocking of course and took a minute to sink in, but we realized the severity of it and just set out to deal with it immediately as we would with any other suspect.”
Chesterfield Police used our information to crack this case in less than one week. To the Department’s credit, officers did not hesitate to say they found one of their own officers. He’s a single man who has served on the force for six years. Cerna faces charges in St. Louis County for the bathroom hidden camera and charges in St. Charles County for videotaping men he reportedly lured to the gloryhole. He is no longer a Chesterfield Police Officer.
I am with the Judge; he should be impeached for this shit. We can be thrown into Pound Me In The Ass Prison if any of us mundanes are caught fishing without a license but Obomber can do this?
I don’t think it will happen, Obama (just like Hitler) has a cult of personality associated with him and it seems like the hoi-polloi just don’t care about all the scandals. After this fucker is out of the WH, he will need 2 presidential libraries, one of them dedicated to the scandals and improprieties he perpetrated.
Another attack on gun owners from the sunny state of Commie-fornia.
Story HERE. (and if you want to be really annoyed, read the comment section)
The owner of Ares Armor (famously raided by the ATF a few months back over illegal 80% lowers) has sent a letter regarding this legislation.
Lycurgan, Inc. Ares Armor
208 N Freeman St
Oceanside, CA 92054
I write this letter in absolute disgust at the state of affairs in our Country. I love my Country and I love my people. I love the freedoms we used to have; I love the liberties that we used to stand for. Politicians in this country seem to think that they rule us, that they are our “leaders” as opposed to being our servants. In their opinion you are not to be trusted. You are not to make your own choices in life. They want to tell you what to eat, what to feel, what to think, they want to tell you how to live your life. They want you to turn on your fellow Americans and be divided.
No matter if the boot on your throat is the left foot or the right foot there is still a boot on your throat. Any who think that the Republican Party stand s for their rights need to do a little memory recall and think back to who brought us the Patriot Act. They are all guilty. They are all insidious.
Just as the Nazi programs that encouraged children to turn in their parents, we have a wonderful new piece of legislation that is going to be rammed down the throats of an unwilling people. AB 1014, introduced by Nancy Skinner in California, will make it so that anyone can take the rights of any other person away simply by filing an affidavit with the court. If your neighbor doesn’t like you, all they have to do is go to the court house and fill out some paper work and you can kiss your second amendment and due process goodbye.
18101. (a) Any person may submit an application to the court, on a form designed by the Judicial Council, setting forth the facts and circumstances necessitating that a gun violence restraining order by issued. A gun violence restraining order shall be issued to prohibit a named person from possessing a firearm if an affidavit, signed by the applicant under oath, and any additional information provided to the court demonstrates, to the satisfaction of the court, the named person poses a significant risk of personal injury to himself or herself or others by possessing firearms.
The defense of ones person against an aggressor who comes to your home threatening you with violence is not only justified but is lawful. If this passes, it will pit law enforcement officers directly against law abiding citizens in a very dangerous way. I am begging you, for all of our sakes, please oppose this legislation. I have seen enough blood on the ground in my life. Please, do not let a “law” pass that will cause this sort of lethal conflict.
This “law” WILL cause kinetic engagements between law enforcement and law abiding citizens. It is of the utmost importance to stop this before blood spills. Dearest brothers and sisters, no more death! I implore you! No more. I do not want to see this in my own country. I am at wits end and am begging for you to really understand the implications of a law like this. Please. No more blood. No more blood.
Remember: Those who make peaceful revolution impossible make violent revolution inevitable.
Long Live the Republic!
Dimitrios Karras, CEO Ares Armor
People don’t want to admit it but copfuks act above the law and regularly cause harm to the people they are supposedly tasked with serving. Here is another example from EP Autos.
Wisconsin Hero Causes Wreck, Cripples Girl – And Charges Her With Fake “DUI”
MILWAUKEE, WI — A young woman had her neck broken in four places after her vehicle was T-boned by a police officer who blew through a stop sign. Even though she was completely sober, the police charged with drunk driving and tried to shift the blame onto her instead of the party at fault. When evidence surfaced that showed her innocence, it was hidden and ignored. The deputy responsible was never punished.
Tanya Helena Weyker, 25, had never been accused of a crime, nor had she even so much as had a speeding ticket. Her life changed forever the night of February 20, 2013, when her Toyota Camry was slammed by a Milwaukee County Sheriff’s deputy and was sent spinning into a tree.
“I was just driving straight and he hit me,” remembered Weykerin an interview with WITI. “It was just a miracle I wasn’t paralyzed.”
Deputy Joseph Quiles had broadsided her, mangling the vehicle and causing her life-threatening injuries. The crash was so violent that it broke her neck in four places. Her passenger suffered a ruptured spleen.
Ms. Weyker was in critical condition, yet the responding deputies did not miss the opportunity to manufacture reasons to ruin her life and lock her in jail. Quiles’s colleagues used Weyker’s “glassy” eyes as evidence of drunk driving, along with the claim of a “light odor” of alcohol.
“I explained to him my eyes were red and glassy because I was crying,” Ms. Weyker explained. “They made me into this criminal.”
On the police report filed by Deputy Scott Griffin, the alleged “victim” was recorded as fellow deputy Joseph Quiles. The report claimed that Weyker made conflicting statements and did its best to make her look like a criminal.
To go with her terrible injuries, Ms. Weyker was slammed with 5 crimes:
Weyker miraculously survived the ordeal, but she had a tough recovery ahead of her. A month after the crash, Weyker was in desperate shape. She had drifted down to an incredibly low body weight of 76 pounds on her 5’6″ frame. She was so weak that doctors said she required a feeding tube.
Her condition was complicated by the fact that she was a cancer survivor since the age of 3 years old. As a child, doctors gave her so many doses of radiation that her spine began to curve, so they inserted metal rods into her back to keep it straight. She had been living with these rods for many years at the time of the crash.
Unable to work, crippled, and drowning in medical bills approaching $1 million — Ms. Weyker also had to pay for legal services to defend herself from the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Department.
What’s worse, the case wasn’t being dropped, even though the evidence was clearly on her side. The night of the crash, Weyker was in no condition to give a field sobriety test, but her blood was drawn during hospitalization. The test results came back proving that she had absolutely no alcohol in her system.
It is unlikely that such treatment would have occurred to the victim of any other crash that did not involve a police officer. With no tangible evidence for the charges, the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s deputy pushed the blame onto his victim to “protect himself and his department,” according to Ms. Weyker.
Deputy Quiles himself was found to have changed his story. In his official police report, he claimed to have made a complete stop at the stop sign. Yet a surveillance video captured from the nearby airport showed that Quiles rolled right through it, striking Weyker’s vehicle.
The department obtained the surveillance video only days after the crash — but it was kept hidden from Ms. Weyker and her attorney. Instead of revealing the evidence and dropping the manufactured charges against her, the department sent her threatening letters demanding money to pay for the accident.
Fortunately, the district attorney declined to pursue the charges against Ms. Weyker. The Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office seems to have an unaddressed integrity problem.
In a later internal investigation, Deputy Quiles was recorded admitting his own fault in the crash. Despite this admission — contradicting his original report — he is still listed as an active deputy with the department, WITI News discovered. He was never fired or officially disciplined for the fraudulent report that caused Ms. Weyker so much agony.
It even amazes a pessimistice cynic like me sometimes when I read what goes on in PA. We have amazing shitties like Shittsburgh and Detroitadelphia, consistently rank amongst the worst for roads, take money from New Jersey so they can dump their shit in our state, have had great leadership like Ed Rendell, Corbett and Linda Thompson running our cities and state. I heard 2 bits of news in the last 12 hours that proclaim how messed up our priorities are.
Here is House Bill 1259 that moves to ban anyone 16 years old or younger from using an indoor tanning salon.
HARRISBURG — Legislation that prohibits children from using indoor tanning salons is awaiting the signature of Governor Tom Corbett.
House Bill 1259 cleared its final legislative hurdle Monday when it was approved by the state Senate.
The measure bans anyone 16 years old or younger from using an indoor tanning salon.
An amendment to the bill will allow 17-year-olds to use a tanning salon with parental consent.
Supporters of the measure say it will protect children from the potential dangers related to exposure.
So 16 year olds aren’t capable of determining whether or not they should or shouldn’t get tan at a salon. I thought they couldn’t afford it anymore because Obamacare was going to tax tanning salons. I have a question, will this bill only safeguard the chilrun from commercial tanning salons or will it outlaw their use for minors even in private homes. To ensure their safety we need to create a special task force that will monitor energy levels of homes and do no-knock raids on those suspected of allowing their the community’s chilrun to partake in black market tanning.
And then the PA Supreme Cocksuckers say the Keystone Copfuks don’t need a warrant to search your vehicle, they only need probable cause and reasonable suspicion. Because we are all viewed as threats, enemy combatants and suspects that means our vehicles cane be searched anytime, anyplace for any conceivable reason. I am sure this is an adequate safeguard; the same type of people making sure this isn’t abused are the same types that choked this kid unconcious because they said he was resisting arrest (Story of PA Supreme’s ruling below).
Divided Pa. Supreme Court OKs warrantless searches of cars
By Matt Miller | email@example.comThe Patriot-NewsApril 30, 2014 at 12:36 PM, updated April 30, 2014 at 10:00 PM
A sharply-split state Supreme Court ensured that by ruling Tuesday that Pennsylvania will henceforth follow federal law that requires only that police officers have probable cause before searching vehicles.Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice Seamus P. McCaffery. Read McCaffery’s profile.
Previously, officers in the Keystone State generally were required to obtain warrants before searching a vehicle unless the car’s owner gave consent for a search.
The decision to adopt the federal approach came on a 4-2 decision, with Chief Justice Ronald D. Castille, and Justices J. Michael Eakin, Seamus P. McCaffery and Thomas G. Saylor in the majority.
Justices Debra McCloskeyTodd and Max Baer opposed the move. In a sharply-worded dissenting opinion, Todd contended that the majority’s decision “heedlessly contravenes over 225 years of unyielding protection against unreasonable search and seizure which our people have enjoyed as their birthright.”
In the majority opinion, McCaffery said adopting the federal stance will ensure that police in Pennsylvania follow a “uniform standard for a warrantless search of a motor vehicle, applicable in federal and state court, to avoid unnecessary confusion, conflict and inconsistency in this often-litigated area.”
Requiring that police have probable cause for warrantless vehicle searches “is a strong and sufficient safeguard against illegal searches of motor vehicles,” he wrote in the 62-page majority decision.
The Supreme Court’s ruling stems from a legal battle over a January 2010 traffic stop in Philadelphia.
Two police officers pulled over a sport-utility vehicle driven by Shiem Gary because they believed its window tinting was too dark. The officers then claimed they smelled marijuana coming from the SUV and that Gary told them there was “weed” in the vehicle.
Police said a drug-sniffing dog hit on the SUV and a subsequent warrantless search discovered about 2 pounds of marijuana hidden under the hood.Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice Debra McCloskey Todd. Read McCloskey Todd’s profile.
Gary challenged whether the police had legally obtained the drug evidence. The case came to the Supreme Court on appeal after the state Superior Court backed Gary.
In the Supreme Court’s majority decision, McCaffery noted the federal law allowing warrantless searches of vehicles with probable cause evolved from federal rulings that date to the Prohibition Era of the 1920s, when federal agents were chasing bootleggers.
McCaffery wrote that, while police must secure warrants before searching homes or offices, “there is a diminished expectation of privacy in motor vehicles” that is recognized not only by the feds, but by other states as well.
Todd countered in her dissenting opinion that the majority’s decision “severely diminishes” the “important personal privacy rights which owners and occupants of automobiles possess therein.”
“Advances in technology have caused cars to become data repositories revealing the most discrete information about how and where individuals drive, whom they call from their car and any number of other revealing insights into what they do in their daily lives,” she wrote. “For most people, the automobile…has become a rolling repository of their private possessions.”
When warrants are required before vehicle searches, at least a neutral judge, and not the police, makes the call regarding whether searches are legally permissible, she wrote.
In any case, Todd noted, advances in communications now enable police to obtain search warrants almost immediately, so time constraints that once might have hindered investigations no longer exist.
Check your privelege and know your enemy.