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Scout Schultz was shot dead by police officers around 11.17pm on Saturday

Police issued several warnings to drop what the cops believed was a knife. Footage of the tense encounter shows the student walking closer and closer to the police officers and shouting ‘Shoot me!’ ‘Nobody wants to hurt you,’ one of the cops can be heard saying before a shot rings out and Schultz crumples to the ground, screaming out in pain


Montville, OH — Former Montville Township, Ohio, police officer and former Wayne County probation officer, Carl Kannenberg, was charged with raping a 7-year-old girl while she was a patient at University Hospital in February.

According to the indictment cited by Cleveland 19, the former law enforcement officer “is charged with committing anal penetration and with inappropriate sexual contact” for sexual assaults which Cleveland.com says occurred multiple times.

A Cuyahoga County grand jury charged Kannenberg with two counts of rape, two counts of gross sexual imposition, and two counts of kidnapping.

According to the indictment, three of the sexual assaults occurred at the hospital— while his young victim wore a hospital gown — where Kannenberg was visiting another patient, and another incident happened prior to that at a separate but unnamed location.


SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – California prosecutors say a fast-food restaurant cashier gave birth to a baby girl while at work and then tried to kill her by flushing her down a toilet.

The San Mateo County district attorney said Wednesday that 25-year-old Sarah Lockner has been charged with attempted murder after the child survived.

Prosecutors say Lockner went to work Sept. 4 at a Redwood City McDonald’s complaining of stomach pains and visited the bathroom numerous times.

A concerned co-worker discovered a large amount of blood on the bathroom floor and peered over the stall to check on Lockner.

The co-worker told investigators she saw a baby face down in the toilet bowl and Lockner pushing on her back while flushing the toilet.

Police arrested Lockner, who will be appointed a public defender on Sept. 18.


Police dash cam video shows the moment a mayor in South Carolina is pulled over as he is driving down the road on a riding lawn mower with a beer by his side. In the footage, the Horry County police officer can be heard telling John Gardner (pictured bottom left), who is the mayor of Aynor, that he is driving his tractor with an open can of beer. The video shows Gardner swerving his lawnmower on the road before eventually being pulled over and questioned. After a bit of back and forth, Gardner pours out his beer and then gets back on his mower and continues on his way without a ci


“Why didn’t we just choke the fucking life out of him?”

A Columbus, Ohio police officer was relieved of duty after body camera video emerged where he is heard commenting on the violent arrest of Timothy Davis in Columbus on September 1 such as “What did we tase him for? Why didn’t we just choke the fucking life out of him?” Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther released a statement Wednesday afternoon: “I have reviewed the body-worn camera video, and I am incredibly bothered by the words of the officer in question. I strongly support Chief Jacob’s decision to remove the officer from duty. This is unacceptable behavior for Columbus police officers”


Cops were in the right once again and the left’s knee-jerk reaction makes them look like fools once again.

On September 6, 2017 the LVMPD was made aware of a statement put on social media that contained allegations of police misconduct towards NFL player Michael Bennett, who was in Las Vegas over the weekend of August 26, 2017. With the Mayweather-McGregor fight taking place that weekend, and approximately 200,000 visitors in town, the LVMPD had every available resource committed to ensuring the safety of everyone in the Las Vegas valley.

This incident originated at approximately 1:30 a.m. on August 27, 2017 when the LVMPD received calls of a possible active shooter at Drai’s Nightclub located inside of the Cromwell. The event resulted in Mr. Bennett being detained for approximately 10 minutes during the investigation. He was later released and the active shooter information was later determined to be unfounded.

The LVMPD is asking anyone with video of this incident, or any information about it to contact the Internal Affairs Bureau at 702-828-3422.

An overweight policeman was filmed struggling to get himself into his vehicle after another customer parked too close to his car at the fast food restaurant Chick-a-fil in Atlanta, Georgia. After three failed attempts trying to get into the drivers door, the police officer manages to squeeze himself through the passenger side before the footage cuts out to the sound of laughter.


The arrest of Utah nurse Alex Wubbels was caught on camera and has placed police conduct in the spotlight. In her first live interview since the video went viral, Wubbels says she “feels a sense of urgency” when it comes to mending police relations with the public and medical communities. The police officer is reportedly on administrative leave until an investigation is done


An East Texas woman is in custody after stealing a police car while handcuffed and then leading officers on a chase that reached nearly 100 mph before she crashed. Police say 33-year-old Toscha Sponsler of Lufkin had been detained for shoplifting and was in the back of a police car when she managed to get out of one of the cuffs, squeeze through a partition, crawl into the front seat and take off. She’s now jailed on multiple charges.


Police released video Wednesday showing a man swinging a baseball bat at a police officer before being fatally shot outside a federal courthouse in southern Indiana. Evansville police released security camera video showing 55-year-old Ricky Ard smashing two of the courthouse’s front door windows Tuesday morning, along with video from an officer’s body camera. The videos show at least two courthouse security officers drawing guns but not following Ard as he stayed outside the building and walked away. Other angles show him starting back toward the building after a city police officer arrived. That officer, identified as 11-year police force veteran Kenny Duschke, yelled at Ard and tried to hit him with a stun gun before the man charged at the officer with the bat. The video shows the officer backpedaling and firing about a half-dozen shots. Evansville police spokesman Sgt. Jason Cullum said during a news conference that Duschke appears to have acted appropriately to defend himself.

“When he made the decision to chase after the officer and attempt to strike him with a deadly weapon, unfortunately, he created a situation that led to his own death,” Cullum said. Cullum said Ard had visited the Winfield K. Denton Federal Building on Monday and expressed “concerns about the government.” The building includes federal court offices and other federal agencies. Cullum declined Wednesday to discuss Ard’s complaints. Ard returned about 11:20 a.m. Tuesday to the courthouse in the city along the Ohio River, according to police. Cullum said a courthouse security officer also shot at Ard, but videos didn’t clearly show when that happened. One of the security officers told Duschke to use a stun gun on Ard, but it was “ineffective,” Cullum said. “We know that one of the probes did make impact because as he ran after the officer you can actually see the Taser dragging on the ground behind him, because the probe was either in his clothes or in his person and the wires were still attached to the Taser,” he said.


A Cobb County police lieutenant has been moved to administrative duty for making what the department deemed were “inappropriate racial comments” during a traffic stop. The footage shows a white female driver pulled over during a DUI traffic stop telling Abbott that she was scared to move her hands in order to get her cellphone because “I’ve just seen way too many videos of cops … ” At that point, she is cut off by the officer. “But you’re not black. Remember, we only kill black people”. Abbott will remain on administrative duty pending the outcome of the investigation

This is a clip from an interaction I had with a man on 8/16/17 who claimed to be with the King County Sheriffs Department.

After discussing with several attorneys I have decided to file a complaint with the King County Sheriffs Department, Office of the Ombudsman, Office of Law Enforcement Oversight, and release this video in an effort to bring additional awareness to the actions of those who are charged with our protection.

I am still conducting an independent investigation and will make a follow-up video once it concludes.

I want to thank the Law Enforcement Officers who have reached out to me with support, it’s very assuring to know that so many of you agree with the inappropriateness of this interaction.

I’d also like to thank Sheriff John Urquhart for coming out against this behavior without hesitation.

News stories and interviews about this video:

– The Daily Mail http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/artic…

– The Seattle Times http://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-n…

– The Stranger http://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-n…

– KIRO7 http://www.kiro7.com/news/local/caugh…

– KING5 http://www.king5.com/news/local/deput…

– Q13FOX http://q13fox.com/2017/08/28/sheriff-…
Edit: The Sheriff of King County, John Urquhart, has called me and personally apologized. I will add more details as they come.

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Chicago police Officer Marco Proano claimed he was just doing his job when he fired 16 shots at a stolen car filled with teenagers on the South Side, wounding two.

But a federal jury decided Monday that the shooting — captured on a police dashboard camera video — wasn’t the action of a cop but a criminal.

In an unprecedented verdict, the jury deliberated about four hours before convicting Proano of two felony counts of using excessive force in violating the victims’ civil rights. He faces a maximum of 10 years in prison on each count but likely will get far less because he has no prior criminal history.

Dressed in a dark gray suit and glasses, the 11-year veteran kept his hands clasped in front of him on the defense table and showed no emotion as the verdict was announced in U.S. District Judge Gary Feinerman’s hushed courtroom.

Feinerman scheduled sentencing for Nov. 20. But federal prosecutors indicated they will seek next week to detain Proano as a danger to the community.

Proano is the first Chicago cop in memory to be convicted in federal court of criminal charges stemming from an on-duty shooting. He also was the first officer to go to trial in any shooting case since the court-ordered release of the Laquan McDonald shooting video in November 2015 sparked heated protests, political turmoil and promises of systemic change from Mayor Rahm Emanuel.

Earlier this year, a U.S. Department of Justice investigation found the Police Department’s use-of-force training was woefully lacking, part of a systemic failure that led to the routine abuse of citizens’ civil rights.


Authorities in North Carolina released police dash cam footage showing two officers fatally shooting an armed woman who initially fired her gun at them last month. The video is a recording of an incident that took place on Interstate 40 on the morning of July 8 near Newton Grove, North Carolina. In the footage, an officer pulls over off the highway where he sees a woman, 50-year-old Tina Renee Medlin, lying face down on the grass in front of a crashed vehicle. Medlin is shot after she pulled her gun and fired on two officers who approached her.


A new body camera video that appears to show “questionable activity” by a Baltimore police officer has come to light, the Baltimore State’s Attorney’s Office announced Monday — the third body cam video to emerge this month that has raised concerns about possible police misconduct.

At least 43 cases involving the officers in the latest video will be dismissed as a result of this body cam footage, State Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby’s office said in a statement. Mosby’s office is also investigating whether any of the officers involved are material witnesses in any other ongoing cases where their testimony is essential to prosecution.

Liberals are known for attempting to stage false flag event in order to promote the stripping away of more freedoms, and Charlottesville’s fake “white supremacist” rally that was actually created by a two-time Obama voter who also openly admitted he hates Republicans numerous times on his Facebook page, was absolutely no different!

Even after we found out that the event was actually created by a two-time Obama voter, who is a devout liberal who spent the last several years of his life openly boasting about hating Republicans, we now also know that the ACLU that defended him and is controlled by George Soros also spent tens of thousands of dollars busing in fake KKK protesters wearing Donald Trump merchandise.

Listen as this man explains how numerous people saw Antifa, black lives matter, and KKK members getting off the bus altogether before violence occurred at the rally at the hands of a man who was attacked while sitting in his car by a black lives matter protester.

Police have already stated that they do not believe this was an intentional attack and only occurred after the man’s car was smashed by a bat wielding black lives matter protester.

The lying liberal media, on the other hand, has completely different stories that refuse to acknowledge any of the truths that are easily accessible if they simply looked.


Video shows a violent struggle between a 25-year-old man and a Euclid officer in the middle of East 228th Street in Ohio. Richard Hubbard was reportedly ordered out of the car told to face away from the police as he was taken into custody. Police say that Hubbard ignored that order and began to physically resist as the officer took him into custody. The Officer then began to physically beat Hubbard. The police officer is now on paid leave. Submitted By Debbie Wilson Booth.


The black jeep had slammed into a parked saloon in a quiet suburban street, just beside a house having a yard sale. Inside were two middle-aged people who looked like corpses.

Their eyes were closed, their mouths wide open, their bodies slumped together in a deathly embrace. The man’s head was tilted backward while the woman at the wheel lay across his shoulder. A syringe lay between her legs, and another was on the dashboard.

It was a grotesque scene. A couple of drug addicts so desperate to get their fix that they had injected right outside their dealer’s house – and were then hit instantly by the effects of deadly new synthetic opioid many times more powerful than heroin that is flooding the streets of America.

The police swung into action. Such scenes are wearily familiar in the country’s overdose capital. ‘C’mon girl,’ said one officer as he syringed Narcan – a drug that counters opioids – into the slumped woman’s nose. ‘Here she comes. Wake up, little Suzy.’

One estimate predicts 650,000 Americans will die after taking these drugs in a decade – more than the population of central Manchester.

Last week President Donald Trump bowed to pressure and declared a national emergency, ensuring extra resources on the front line.

Montgomery County in Ohio, which includes Dayton, is currently thought to have highest rates of deadly overdoses in America.

It is expecting 800 drug deaths this year – more than triple its 2015 tally. The 420 already logged easily exceeds last year’s total.

Fatalities include an airline pilot and his wife, babies who have simply touched the drugs, infants given them by addicts, teenagers and students, parents and pensioners.

Dealers have also died from toxic inhalation while chopping up supplies. And three nurses had to be given Narcan after losing consciousness when treating an overdose patient on Thursday,

Read more: HERE


A police officer rescued five children who were left in a hotel room surrounded by needles and drugs.

An arrest warrant Channel 2’s Ross Cavitt obtained said police responded after a call of a disturbance at an Extended Stay hotel on the 2000 block of Roswell Road in Marietta.

Police said they knocked on the door and were let in on Monday at 12:13 a.m.

Police found a couple, Sanchez Torone Lampkin and Tiffany Nicole Mathis, and five children in the small room, which was “in complete disarray.”


Video has emerged of a California traffic cop pointing his gun at a driver and a passenger for nearly 10 minutes. According to the Campbell Police Department, the motorcycle cop saw a car on July 26 driving in the far-right lane of a freeway at 85mph and stopped the vehicle ‘out of safety concerns’. He allegedly told the occupants why he stopped them and asked to see documentation. When the passenger reached under his seat, the ‘unexpected movement’ prompted the officer to draw his gun in a clip filmed by the female driver. Police say the officer had his weapon drawn for so long was because rush hour traffic delayed backup from arriving and the exchange ended civilly. Some viewers defended the Campbell officer. Others questioned whether he needed to draw his gun, and why he held it in a way that appeared to obscure his body camera.