Marion County, FL, deputy arrested for lying on official reports.

Like I keep saying: cops lie. It's routine. I'd like to introduce you to Marion County Sheriff's Deputy David Adam Ur. Deputy Ur got caught doctoring four arrest reports. And the gods know how many more he hasn't yet been caught for. Remember that name: Marion County Sheriff's Office. It's a particularly corrupt sheriff's office. …

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Miami-Dade cop arrested for brutality, and for lying about it on the arrest record.

Meet Miami-Dade Police Officer Alejandro Giraldo. He was arrested for unnecessary roughing of a woman he arrested. On video. And for lying about it on his arrest record. The woman he arrested, Dyma Loving, was the one who called police for help. She had reported a man brandishing a gun in a threatening manner. Ms. …

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Two years later and exposed as corrupt, Louisiana State Police give up videos of Ronald Greene’s murder.

But only after they were exposed. And NOW they say they'll fire two of their Finest for it. Do you know what their badge says? From CNN, May 22, 2021: Louisiana releases footage of Ronald Greene's arrest that ex-officers say further erodes trust in police An autopsy report cites multiple contributing factors in Greene's May …

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Body cams: Louisiana Troopers brutalized another arrestee.

And he died in their custody. In 2019, Ronald Greene led Louisiana State Police Troopers on a high speed chase, and paid for it with his life. When the Troopers stopped Greene, at least three of them actually went berserk -- truly -- when they captured and restrained him. Troopers Dakota DeMoss, Kory York and …

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Tulsa Race Massacre: May 31 – June 1, 1921.

This subject is horrific to read about. I've never been able to do it justice. It's like reading about the Sand Creek Massacre, or any of hundreds of other massacres of Native Americans by Euro-Americans. So I'm just forwarding The Washington Post's story. Here it is. This is superb writing by DeNeen L. Brown, and …

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Prosecutorial misconduct: New York style.

“There is absolutely no reason that these convicted cop-killers should be put back on the street.” Patrick J. Lynch, president of the New York City Police Benevolent Association, quoted by The Washington Post, March 5, 2021 Oh, really? No reason? How about, because their convictions were unconstitutional? Failing to alert the defense to the potential …

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When Cops Lie: New York

I've said it before: probably half of all American cops are of below-average integrity. Let real data prove me wrong, and I'll be very happy. Read it and weep. But don't trust cops to tell the truth. From The New York Times: In N.Y.C. Jail System, Guards Often Lie About Excessive Force More than half …

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Transparency if it suits them.

Andrew Brown's killing by 7 N.C. cops was recorded by body cameras. The criminal-industrial complex is working hard to suppress the video's release. The killing of Andrew Brown last week by Pasquotank County sheriff deputies may or may not have been justified. The cops claim that Brown was a dangerous felon and tried to escape …

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How cops lie: Derek Chauvin and the Minneapolis Police Department.

When Derek Chauvin murdered Mr. George Floyd on Memorial Day, 2020, the first public statement made by the Minneapolis Police Department was an official lie. Naturally, that lie made cops out to be 'just doing their duty,' and George Floyd as an 'unfortunate' victim of a coincidental "medical incident" that, they implied, he brought on …

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