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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Barves2125, May 28, 2015.
Family still hasn't seen it?
What's the point of body cams if the police get to edit what's seen or refuse to show it at all? It shouldn't be a tool they use to clear themselves but not allow it to show when they fuck up.
Any talk of charges in this case?
Ok, that actually makes sense. Just do it quickly.
there needs to be an organization similar to BLM that advocates for Latinos too. You can’t dilute the BLM movement by wanting to be the voice for all POC but there should be some collaboration between groups that advocate for different groups of POC. Each group has its unique history of oppression in the US and there isn’t a cookie cutter fix.
Burn it down
There is one. I don’t remember the name but they’re protesting for the 13 yr old that was shot
That ain’t great
it needs to become louder then
I skipped some pages but was the 73 year old lady with dementia getting roughed up by cops (broken arm, dislocated shoulder) in Loveland CO discussed ITT?
yes, I posted video a week or so ago
*assume it’s same story never know with our cops
I figured it had, I saw the footage released of the aftermath at the police station. pretty bad (and sick) guys.
if only we had known our invited guest was apparently pro-killing...
Here’s the cops celebrating as they watch video of it. They did this to her because she left Walmart with $13 of unpaid items.
Not sure how to coordinate this but it shouldn’t be hard with cloud services, but body cams should go to a national data center and not local municipalities where people who work with these cops can decide what to do with it.
Honestly could make uniform body cams public access on a 24-hr delay.
Andrew Brown Jr. family autopsy shows he was shot 5 times, once in back of head
Tue, April 27, 2021, 11:33 AM
Attorneys for the family of Andrew Brown Jr. announced the results of an independent autopsy on Tuesday, nearly a week after he was shot and killed by police.
The autopsy showed Brown was shot five times, including one fatal shot to the back of the head, lawyers for the family said.
Brown, 42, died last Wednesday after deputies in Elizabeth City, N.C., shot him as they were attempting to execute a drug-related search warrant.
Guy was such a threat they shot him in the back of the head as he was moving away from them.
watched yesterday fucking disgusting. How they celebrated what they did to her was very telling. Calling her ancient laughing at her shoulder snapping calling her senile etc. Fuck them.
Like, I’ve laughed at some truly bad shit, both an a young person discovering the internet and as an intel analyst, but “beating up an old lady” doesn’t ring funny to me.
It’s insane to me that they genuinely seemed to enjoy beating up a 73 year old. Laughing at her when she’s said “I’m going home” was fucked up.
Jesus would have definitely attended a "Killology" seminar.
A Georgia sheriff has been indicted on federal civil rights charges, including charges that he approved a policy to use chair restraints.
Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill faces four charges that he deprived detainees of the right to due process and freedom from use of unreasonable force by law enforcement, amounting to punishment. The offenses "caused physical pain and resulted in bodily injury" to the four detainees during incidents described in the court documents.
The indictment, dated April 19, was unsealed Monday. It says Hill regularly received training that force may not be used as punishment.
The Clayton County Sheriff's Office had a policy, approved by Hill, that a restraint chair may be used to contain an inmate acting violently or uncontrollably, to prevent injury to themselves, others or property "when other control techniques are not effective." The policy stated that the restraint chair is not authorized as a form of punishment.
Nonetheless, the indictment describes four occasions in 2020 in which a restraint chair was used with arrestees who cooperated fully.
In an incident in February 2020, a man was arrested for alleged assault during a dispute three weeks earlier at a grocery store. While the man was being booked at the jail, Hill allegedly confronted him and demanded to know what he had been doing in Clayton County on the day of the assault. The man said, "It's a democracy, sir. It's the United States." Hill snapped, "No it's not. Not in my county."
When the man asked if he was entitled to a fair and speedy trial, Hill answered: "You're entitled to sit in this chair, and you're entitled to get the hell out of my county and don't come back." After the interaction with Hill, the man was strapped into a restraint chair and left for hours, per the sheriff's orders.
So this is essentially the prison from Oz where an inmate dies every week
Nothing calms down people protesting excessive police force like more excessive police force. Good job, guys!
we should make a song called Hug the Police. I think that would solve everything.
they really don't get it, and I doubt they ever will
Saw this video on Reddit the other day. I think the story ended with the cops doing an investigation, officer saying he had found the drugs earlier in the search before the video started, and they took him at his word.
Really explained why he didn't put the drugs into evidence, nor why he put them back on the ground then acted like he magically found them again.
I'm am 45% sure they senselessly murder unarmed black men just so they can put on their riot gear and cosplay
"Elizabeth City, North Carolina (CNN)A new video shows that no more than four seconds passed between when Pasquotank Sheriff's deputies arrived at Andrew Brown Jr.'s home and when shots began to ring out, a family attorney said Tuesday.
"This was, in fact, an extrajudicial killing, an execution if you will," Brown family attorney Wayne Kendall told CNN's John Berman. "Mr. Brown's car never moved toward those deputies."
CNN obtained the video, which shows the deputies arriving on scene. It is, however, not clear what is being said in the video or when the shooting started."
Spot on. A fucking lynch mob in the back of a pickup showed up.
I think that was the landlord at the end of that video saying there were video cameras on Brown’s house that have gone missing since the incident. That is an interesting nugget.
I suppose the body can footage should give the public the information being requested but who knows if/when that will be released.
Holy fuck. A bunch of cowboys in a pickup truck rolling up and shooting within 4 seconds of arriving. This is insane.
Iirc the FBI searched his house yesterday for those cameras.
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