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  1. https://www.cbs17.com/news/local-news/wake-county-news/death-of-apex-man-found-bloody-wrapped-in-christmas-lights-not-suspicious-officials-say/ 67519576_2468810733182638_153669544689270784_n.mp4
  2. https://www.news-leader.com/story/news/nation/2019/08/13/missouri-cop-wrong-number-text-we-got-high-together-girl/2005325001/
  3. Well done officer. "Riverside, CA – An armed robber picked the wrong family to point a gun at in a mall parking lot on Saturday night when he tried to rob an off-duty deputy sheriff. The incident occurred at about 9:45 p.m. on June 1 as the deputy and his family were walking to their car in the parking lot of the Galleria at Tyler, KNBC reported." https://defensemaven.io/bluelivesmatter/news/armed-robber-gets-shot-while-trying-to-rob-deputy-in-mall-parking-lot-0iBbOOf7aEe-MYjVTSUVZA/?fbclid=IwAR0Cw16o0Al2hrcFyWmzLbNuP7MzwN196ol94JYe84NakuYU8y5po7K-aWY
  4. I was in Class 389 with this guy in Charleston. He was a giant compared to me. I can still remember the beer on his breath when he got his bravado on at the Academy. One of the hardest funerals I have ever attended. A widow, and a little boy with a thousand yard stare before he even went to kinder garden. The Government always F's things up. We graduated from Charleston, a decommissioned naval base, not Glynco. They also put it under CBP, which did not exist then. Daniel M. James, Jr. Date of Birth: Entered on Duty: 1998-09-21 End of Watch: 2001-03-02 On Monday, January 29, 2001, Border Patrol Agent Daniel M. James, Jr., and his partner were turning their Service vehicle around at the junction of Highways 716 and 429 to pursue three vehicles reported to be carrying illegal aliens. They hit a dip in the road, which caused the vehicle to overturn several times. Agent James was thrown from the vehicle and pinned against a fence. He was taken to Christus Spohn Memorial Hospital in Corpus Christi, Texas. He passed away on Friday, March 2, 2001, because of injuries sustained in the accident. Agent James was a native of Canton, Ohio. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps from March 1988 to June 1996. He was a graduate of the 389th session of the Border Patrol Academy in Glynco, Georgia. At the time of his death, his official station was Freer, Texas.
  5. Please don't turn this into cop bashing, Mods move this if better place. "26 minutes after her first call, they finally showed up. The Pasco County, Florida Sheriff’s Office reportedly took their time arriving at a home containing a mother and her four children, even after she and a neighbor had called 911 a total of three times. While she waited for them to arrive, she — and eventually a neighbor — confronted an intruder in her home and held him at gunpoint. Her first 911 call was made by Lauren Richards at 12:41 AM on May 25 after an unfamiliar and suspicious young man had knocked at her door and then wandered off. As she waited nervously for deputies to arrive, she noticed her pet pig sniffing at the walk-through door leading into her garage as if smelling something unusual, so she armed herself and took the initiative by opening the door and confronting the intruder, a 25-year-old male who was then about 8 feet from her. He had apparently entered the garage by crawling under the slightly-open garage door, which he had closed behind him. Lauren then made a second call to 911, at 12:54." https://www.alloutdoor.com/2019/06/12/cops-leave-mother-hanging-holds-gun-intruder/ Please don't turn this into cop bashing, Mods move this if better place. "26 minutes after her first call, they finally showed up. The Pasco County, Florida Sheriff’s Office reportedly took their time arriving at a home containing a mother and her four children, even after she and a neighbor had called 911 a total of three times. While she waited for them to arrive, she — and eventually a neighbor — confronted an intruder in her home and held him at gunpoint. Her first 911 call was made by Lauren Richards at 12:41 AM on May 25 after an unfamiliar and suspicious young man had knocked at her door and then wandered off. As she waited nervously for deputies to arrive, she noticed her pet pig sniffing at the walk-through door leading into her garage as if smelling something unusual, so she armed herself and took the initiative by opening the door and confronting the intruder, a 25-year-old male who was then about 8 feet from her. He had apparently entered the garage by crawling under the slightly-open garage door, which he had closed behind him. Lauren then made a second call to 911, at 12:54." https://www.alloutdoor.com/2019/06/12/cops-leave-mother-hanging-holds-gun-intruder/
  6. The verdict is just in that ex-Minneapolis police officer Noor is guilty. 3rd degree murder and 2nd degree manslaughter.
  7. https://www.foxnews.com/auto/speeder-arrested-after-posting-youtube-livestream-as-he-drives-over-185-mph
  8. https://abc7.com/chino-officer-arrested-in-redlands-on-suspicion-of-sex-with-a-minor/5175793/ and human trafficking
  9. Veteran Houston cop shot third time on the job 'had to go in' to gunfight “I had to go in, I knew my guys were down,” the officer said in a note passed to the Houston police chief from his hospital bed HOUSTON — One of the four officers shot while serving a warrant in Houston on Monday didn’t hesitate in engaging the gunman, despite being shot twice on the job before. The 54-year-old officer, who was shot in the neck Monday and hasn’t been publicly identified by the Houston Police Department, has been shot twice previously in the line of duty since joining the department in 1984, NBC News reports. “I had to go in, I knew my guys were down,” the officer said in a note passed to Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo from his hospital bed on Tuesday, where he was in critical but stable condition. The 32-year veteran was leading a team to execute a warrant in a narcotics case when suspects opened fire. He was among five officers who were wounded in the shootout. Two suspects were killed. "He’s done something really good in life that God looks over him," Acevedo said. "The only thing bigger than his stature is his strength and courage." In addition to the 54-year-old officer, one other LEO was also shot in the neck and is in critical, but stable condition. One officer, who was shot in the shoulder, was released from the hospital on Monday. link
  10. https://www.officer.com/command-hq/news/21069146/us-border-patrol-memorial-vandalized-during-protest I would like to find these people, and systematically eliminate them, I am that damn mad. There are a lot names on that memorial I knew personally, and ****s with my head to this day. If only they were traceable it would be time for a road trip so they can start their own memorial when I am done for me to piss on. I have never felt cold/hot rage this extreme in a long, long time.
  11. A person is justified in using deadly force against another to protect land or tangible, movable property: (1) if he would be justified in using force against the other under Section 9.41 ;  and (2) when and to the degree he reasonably believes the deadly force is immediately necessary: (A) to prevent the other's imminent commission of arson, burglary, robbery, aggravated robbery, theft during the nighttime, or criminal mischief during the nighttime;  or (B) to prevent the other who is fleeing immediately after committing burglary, robbery, aggravated robbery, or theft during the nighttime from escaping with the property;  and (3) he reasonably believes that: (A) the land or property cannot be protected or recovered by any other means;  or (B) the use of force other than deadly force to protect or recover the land or property would expose the actor or another to a substantial risk of death or serious bodily injury. I guess, this is the law I will have to work under, on cold nights. The hate crime of making animal sacrifices on my land, and kicking in structures seems sufficient.
  12. St. Paul police officers used force 881 times in a two-year span, ranging from handcuffing suspects resisting arrest, to striking individuals, to four fatal shootings, according to a report released by the police department Friday. The force amounted to 0.15 percent of the 570,409 cases police handled in 2016 and 2017.................. https://www.twincities.com/2019/02/15/st-paul-police-use-of-force-report-2016-2017/ Sent from my Jackboot using Copatalk
  13. https://www.foxnews.com/us/bodycam-footage-shows-alleged-isis-tied-arizona-mans-confrontation-with-officer
  14. https://patch.com/texas/humble-kingwood/atascocita-man-indicted-shooting-deputy-constables?fbclid=IwAR3nSGF6aLI8KkwuGt-Gw2yNqwnjs6GMwmMI3W5giUWNkzj9IuEnugr4S00 This has to do with the Constable I know his family and met him.
  15. https://www.npr.org/2018/04/02/598872658/a-border-patrol-agent-dies-mysteriously-the-sheriff-has-a-simple-theory I know this is bull****. I have fallen just as far chasing illegal aliens, dusted myself off and kept chasing. My low back was broken and hurt like hell until it remodeled much later. But, I kept chasing despite the stabbing pain. I know another one who did something similar and knocked himself out, got up and went back at it. It is a murder they are trying to cover up. It is SOP in the USBP, because the mortality statistics are so high, they are willing to lie to crunch the numbers. Just like when the Mexican Military crossed the Rio Grande to deliver dope with all their armament at the Hog Farm. Guys on my shift took them down and hard. They were clearly invading the United States as a hostile military power, instead of just shooting at us regularly. Billary, instructed all the way down, to give the Mexican Military their firearms and send them back. When pissed off USBP's that we were leaked it to the Press, Brass categorically lied about it, because it was an embarrassment. I see the same crap in this story. This USBP was murdered, they just don't want to admit it as more green blood gets spilled over and over again.
  16. https://www.khou.com/article/news/crime/dps-five-people-found-dead-inside-home-in-polk-county/285-cf791a54-8d6f-45c6-af05-645157d28b7d Five people gunned down in and around the property. And people wonder why I have body armor and always carry.
  17. More than a dozen students at an elementary school in Cleveland were admitted to the hospital after being exposed to gummy candy that police say contained marijuana. On Monday, a teacher's aide at the school found the gummies in a room the children were in, and she noticed that the packaging said the candy contained drugs, according to a Cleveland Division of Police report. The school called police and emergency medical services. Cleveland Police arrested Shari Gould, the mother of a student who they say brought the candy to Anton Grdina elementary school, on suspicion of endangering children, according to the report. Efforts to reach Gould for comment were not successful. The police report says the student gave the candy to at least 12 others. Fifteen children, ages 5 to 9, were tested for drugs and released from Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital at University Hospitals Ahuja Medical Center, said Katelyn McCarthy, a media relations strategist at the hospital. She said that a couple of the children complained of stomachaches. The police report noted that one of the children tested positive for a mind-altering chemical found in marijuana called tetrahydrocannabinol, also known as THC. The case is just one example of how accidental exposure to marijuana or other substances in young children can lead to health concerns. "The concerns with marijuana edibles are, they are attractive and palatable to children and can contain high amounts of THC," said Dr. Sam Wang, a pediatrician and toxicologist at Children's Hospital Colorado, who is not involved in the case but has conducted research on unintentional exposures to marijuana in children. "When young children consume them, they can result in severe symptoms, including dizziness, excessive sleepiness and, in rare circumstances, impair their breathing," he said. In a paper published in the journal Clinical Pediatricslast year, Wang and his colleagues found that visits to Children's Hospital Colorado related to marijuana exposures more than doubled in 2017 compared with in 2016, and calls to regional poison centers climbed. "Our hospital has continued to see an increase in young children presenting to the ED; however, the severity of symptoms appear to be less," Wang said, adding that the rise might be related to how marijuana is more common in Colorado due to legalization of recreational marijuana. Meanwhile, Colorado's "THC dose limitations may have helped decrease some of the severity of illness," he said. To help keep marijuana products out of the hands of young children, he recommends proper storage, such as keeping products up and out of reach in locked containers; regulations, such as child-resistant packaging; and educating the public about potential health risks. Several states with legal recreational marijuana, including Colorado, Oregon and Washington, have made child-resistant packaging a requirement for certain products. It's key to safely store marijuana products far from where children can see them, said Dr. Suzan Mazor, director of toxicology for Seattle Children's Hospital and a toxicology consultant for the Washington Poison Center, who was not involved in the Cleveland case. Also, "make sure to have the poison center phone number on hand for caretakers, grandparents: 1-800-222-1222," said Mazor, who is also an associate professor of pediatrics and emergency medicine at the University of Washington School of Medicine. "Young children react differently to marijuana -- different than adults or teens usually do," she said. "They're more likely to be sleepy, with difficulty walking and extreme confusion after an exposure to marijuana. Also, since kids are smaller, they get a bigger dose per pound of body weight from the same-size edible product, so they are more likely to have severe effects." https://www.cnn.com/2019/02/05/health/marijuana-gummies-cleveland-school-bn/index.html?no-st=1549481845
  18. https://www.wral.com/grifton-police-officer-facing-multiple-child-porn-charges/18176027/
  19. The deadly shooting unfolded when the officers responded to a call of a barricaded suicidal person at an apartment in the Cincinnati area about 10:30 p.m. Saturday. Winn allegedly faked a suicide, prosecutors said. When the officers went rushed into the apartment to try to save his life, Winn was waiting there and allegedly ambushed the officers, firing multiple rounds. https://www.yahoo.com/gma/prosecutors-seek-death-penalty-against-23-old-accused-170508361--abc-news-topstories.html
  20. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/white-officer-demoted-for-snapchat-video-taunting-black-woman/ar-BBT3USD?li=BBnbfcL play stupid win stupid seems he treated his x GF pretty bad as well.
  21. Bluffs man had marijuana grow operation in house, meth, Nebraska warrants A Council Bluffs man arrested Thursday faces up to 50 years in prison for controlled substance violations in Pottawattamie County. Authorities allege Jason Thacker, 44, was growing marijuana inside his house. He was also arrested on suspicion of felony possession of meth after authorities found the drug and drug paraphernalia at Thacker’s home. The suspect also is accused of felony possession of meth and marijuana in Douglas County, Nebraska, according to court records. Thacker is being held at the Pottawattamie County Jail without bond as of Friday. His next hearing is Feb. 7. His public defender, David Brooks, declined to comment on the case. According to Council Bluffs Police, officers with the Metro Fugitive Task Force met with local authorities on Thursday at a house near Rawlins Drive and Renner Drive at 6:30 a.m. Task force officers believed Thacker was at the house. Outside, they met with his wife, who told police he was inside — and unlocked the front door for officers. Officers entered the residence and found Thacker “attempting to conceal himself in a basement crawl space,” police said. He was arrested for his Nebraska warrants, the report states. “I was notified that there was suspected marijuana grow as well as suspected methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia in plain sight inside the residence,” the officer’s report said. A search warrant was executed by detectives with the Southwest Iowa Narcotics Task Force, who found “several marijuana plants, meth and several pieces of drug paraphernalia.” According to an Omaha Police Department’s report, Thacker was pulled over by police in Omaha on Dec. 14 for running a red light. The report states Thacker was found with 3.5 grams of meth in his pocket, 29.5 grams of meth in a bag and 19 grams of marijuana in jars. After his arrest and while being taken to Douglas County Corrections, “Thacker stated he used to be a hellion.” In Nebraska, Thacker faces up to 70 years in prison if convicted. His wife has not been charged with anything in Iowa or Nebraska. --------------------------------------------------------- If this is him mellow, what was he like back in the day?
  22. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/several-houston-police-officers-shot-in-se-houston/ar-BBSSaCG https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/multiple-police-officers-shot-in-houston/ar-BBSS48q
  23. NYPD sergeant was already hurt when NFL player allegedly slugged him https://www.foxnews.com/sports/nypd-sergeant-was-already-hurt-when-nfl-player-allegedly-slugged-him-report-says Sent from my Jack boot using Copatalk
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