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Cop pushes disabled woman and walks away

Cop Pushes Disabled Woman and Walks Away

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BX1dc1zwatI

 

Cop Slams Handcuffed 18-Year Old Against Hood of Car

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_hG9jAXQHdg

Cop slams handcuffed mother into pavement

 



Police Brutality: Cop Relentlessly Beats Unarmed Driver

Police Brutality: Cop Relentlessly Beats Unarmed Driver

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q1joImpo4l0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DiWTmG-2ySg

UPDATE

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=81pLXTHRcCQ

Lawsuit: Drunk cop ran over woman, then supervised investigation

Family calls police to help their father who was suicidal because he couldn’t find work – Police respond by killing him instead

State Trooper kills 2 girls, gets probation

 



Cops Beat-Down Student Then Charge Him With Assault
April 14, 2010, 12:38 pm
Filed under: maryland, Oppression, police brutality, police crimes, Police State | Tags:

Cops Beat-Down Student Then Charge Him With Assault

Steve Watson
Prisonplanet.com
April 13, 2010

Charges against a Maryland student were dropped yesterday after video was released showing three unprovoked police officers violently beating him to the ground with batons following a basketball game last month.

As the video reveals, John McKenna, 21, was celebrating a Maryland basketball victory on the evening of March 3rd.

As the student walks down the street close to the university’s College Park campus, he is seen waving his arms and dancing jovially. He then slows, stops and backs away upon seeing several horse mounted police ahead of him.

McKenna is then set upon and viciously slammed against a brick wall by dismounted officers in riot gear, who pummel him with batons, knocking him unconscious according to his lawyer.

As a hefty officer takes a run up and delivers a forceful blow to the legs, McKenna, somehow still standing, is hacked to the ground.

The cops then continue to beat McKenna in the head and body around a dozen times in total as he lays crumpled and motionless, neither resisting nor able to defend himself.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=at1q3lIpK3c

Following the incident McKenna was astoundingly charged with “felonies on suspicion of assaulting officers on horseback and their mounts”.

Papers detailing the charges, sworn by Officer Sean McAleavey, state that McKenna and another man, Benjamin C. Donat, aged 19, “struck those officers and their horses causing minor injuries,” and that the horses retaliated and injured McKenna and Donat.

The documents state that the two men were running and screaming in the middle of the road, encouraging an unruly crowd to form.

Prosecutors dropped the charges upon seeing the video of the incident, which was shot by another student. It was discovered by a private investigator working on behalf of McKenna and a codefendant who was also charged with assault against police.

The video clearly shows McKenna was around six feet away from the officers on horseback and did nothing to threaten them or provoke retaliation. It also clearly shows that Donat was not even involved in the incident, despite the officer’s charging claims.

 



Officers Open Fire on Unarmed Katrina Victims
April 14, 2010, 12:32 pm
Filed under: human rights, katrina, Oppression, police brutality, police crimes, Police State

Officers Open Fire on Unarmed Katrina Victims

standard.co.uk
April 4, 2010

The US government and states have violated the human rights of victims of Hurricane Katrina, Amnesty International claimed today.

Its report Un-Natural Disaster says housing, health and policing policies have stopped poor communities rebuilding and returning to their homes since the 2005 hurricane, in which about 1,800 people died.

The White House denied the claims and Louisiana and Mississippi officials said they had gone to great lengths to help people recover from Katrina.

In the US a former New Orleans policeman faces eight years in prison after pleading guilty to conspiring to obstruct justice over a police cover-up during the hurricane.

Michael Hunter, 33, told federal authorities he saw a fellow officer shoot and kick unarmed, wounded civilians on a bridge in Katrina’s aftermath.

Hunter’s account of the shootings contradicts a police report that said civilians shot at officers on Danziger Bridge before the police opened fire, killing two people and wounding four others.

Hunter told a court he shouted “cease fire” after a sergeant with an assault rifle and other officers opened fire on a group of civilians who took cover behind a concrete barrier on the bridge.

“(The sergeant) suddenly leaned over the concrete barrier, held out his assault rifle, and, in a sweeping motion, fired repeatedly at the civilians lying wounded on the ground,” a court filing says. “The civilians were not trying to escape and were not doing anything that could be perceived as a threat.”

Two people were killed, 17-year-old James Brissette and 40-year-old Ronald Madison, who was mentally disabled. Hunter’s statement said an officer shot Mr Madison in the back with a shotgun.

US District Judge Sarah Vance said Hunter participated in a “blatant and systematic perversion of justice” and shouldn’t be seen as a “hero” for taking responsibility. He will be sentenced on June 30.

 



Protesters Against Police Crackdown on Photography

UK: Protesters Against Police Crackdown on Photography

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rUSuBuMzVnk

 

Taking Photos Is NOT A Crime

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=83tIf0My3T4

Labour invents 33 new crimes every month

 



Haitian cops shoot civilians picking-up rice bags
January 24, 2010, 12:55 pm
Filed under: haiti, human rights, Oppression, police brutality, police crimes | Tags: ,

Haitian police shoot civilians picking up rice-bags that fall from trucks

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=whuQUahN0Ac

 



NYPD Caught Slamming Man’s Head on the Pavement

NYPD Caught Slamming Man’s Head on the Pavement

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-QSZXJTAUhc

 

Vancouver Police Apologize After Man Beating Wrong Man

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1_3AgFz2h7s