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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

 



Fox News Hypes RFID Tracking Shock Bracelet

Fox News Hypes RFID Tracking Shock Bracelet

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dbW23EDGJ8

Bilderberg Plans Microchip Implant Campaign in America

 



Robots go to war: American insect Terminators

Robots go to war: American insect Terminators

 



UC Regents Pass 32% Fee Increase on Students, Sparks Outrage

Students from all UC’s (UCI, UCSD, UC Berkeley, UCLA, UCD, UCSB, UCSC, UC Merced, UCR) gather to address the fee hikes induced to widen the education gap between the privileged and less so.
UC Regents Pass 32% Fee Increase on Students, Sparks Outrage

Daily Nexus
November 19, 2009

The UC Board of Regents officially approved a 32 percent student fee increase.

At today’s meeting, board members cast their votes – with only one dissenting – to hike mandatory system-wide undergraduate student fees to over $10,000 next year. The increase will occur in two stages, with the first 15 percent spiking midyear fees from $7,788 to $8,373 and the next 15 percent upping 2010-11 fees to $10,302.

This fee hike marks the ninth time in seven years that the UC Regents approved an increase in undergraduate tuition fees.

Student Regent Jesse Bernal, a UCSB graduate student, cast the only vote against the proposal.

Across the UCLA campus, protesters held rallies against the fee hike. Some students also occupied a university lecture hall for a sit-in demonstration.

UCLA

UC Berkeley

 



Cop Tasers girl for resisting bedtime

Cop Tasers girl for resisting bedtime

The Star
November 20, 2009

The local police chief in Ozark, Arkansas is standing behind one of his officers who tasered a 10-year-old girl who was refusing to go to bed.

The bizarre story is laid out in a police incident report obtained by website The Smoking Gun.

Officer Dustin Bradshaw was called to the home by a woman complaining that her daughter was being unruly and refusing to go to sleep. Bradshaw wrote that when he arrived at the home, he found Kiara Medlock “balled up in (sic) the floor crying and screaming.”

After watching her mother attempt to get Kiara into the bathtub with little success, Bradshaw took the girl into the living room and threatened her with jail. That didn’t settle things down. At some point, Bradshaw claims Kiara’s mother told him to “taser her if I needed to.”

Bradshaw then tried to handcuff Kiara. But he couldn’t manage that either.

To hear Bradshaw tell it, he was now in the midst of a full-on brawl on the living-room floor with Kiara, a Grade 5 student. The 65-pounder was “verbally combative … struck me with her legs and feet in the groin,” Bradshaw wrote.

That’s when he reached for his holster and delivered a “very very (sic) brief drive stun to her back with my taser.”

Unsurprisingly, Kiara’s struggling stopped immediately. Bradshaw then cuffed her and carried her to his squad car, since she could no longer walk.

The incident hit the news when Kiara’s father, Anthony Medlock, took exception. Medlock does not live with Kiara’s mother.

“I want to know how the heck in God’s green earth can they get away with this … If you can’t pick the kid up and take her to your car, handcuff her, then I don’t think you need to be an officer,” Medlock told local Ozark 40/29 news. He said his daughter has shown signs of emotional issues, but she “doesn’t deserve to be treated like a dog.”

The local police chief stood behind Bradshaw and his decision.

“He had no other choice. He had to get the child under control,” said Ozark police Chief Jim Noggle.

No disciplinary action is pending against Bradshaw. However, the Associated Press has reported that the FBI has dispatched agents to Arkansas to investigate.

Medlock said he will attempt to gain sole custody of his daughter.

 



Man attempting suicide was shot dead by police

Australia: Man attempting suicide was shot dead by police

AAP

A MAN attempting to harm himself in suburban Sydney has died in hospital after being shot by police.

A LONG-serving police sergeant was equipped with a Taser when she used a gun to shoot a man in suburban Sydney, police say.

The officer, who has 21 years service with NSW Police, shot the 36-year-old man once at a home on Wangee Road in Lakemba about 8.50am (AEDT) this morning.

The man later died in hospital, but Assistant Commissioner Stuart Wilkins could not confirm if his death was the result of the gunshot or self-inflicted injuries suffered during the incident.

Officers had been called to the address after reports that the man was attempting to harm himself.

“The officer, the sergeant, involved was armed with a Taser at the time and is Taser trained,” Mr Wilkins told reporters at the scene

“Upon arrival police found the man attempting self-harm,” police said.

“There was a confrontation between the man and police where the man was subsequently shot by attending officers.”

The man was taken to Canterbury Hospital, where he later died.

A crime scene has been established at the house as police from Marrickville begin an independent investigation of the shooting.

 



Lansing cop suspended for Tasering a cuffed suspect

Lansing cop suspended for Tasering a cuffed suspect

Freep
November 13, 2009

A police officer who Tasered a man after the man had been handcuffed and subdued was suspended without pay for two weeks for violating department policies and procedures, officials said Thursday.

Lansing Police Chief Mark Alley said the incident began early Aug. 16 after police responded to a call of a dispute between Rocky Allred, 43, and a former girlfriend.

Alley said there was a scuffle between Allred and Officer Ryan Smith, a two-year veteran, and that Allred head-butted Smith while Smith tried to handcuff him.

Two other officers subdued and handcuffed Allred, Alley said, and Smith then used his Taser on Allred, causing him to fall to the ground.

According to Lansing Police Department documents, Allred had injuries to his face, including a broken jaw and chipped tooth, and required eight stitches to his chin.

Various charges against Allred later were dismissed.

After an investigation by Michigan State Police, the Ingham County Prosecutor’s Office determined there was no criminal wrongdoing, officials said.

But the department’s Internal Affairs Unit found that Smith “acted outside” the department’s policies and procedures.