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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.

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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.

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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

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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.”

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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.

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A newly filed federal lawsuit has claimed Cheatham County Sheriff’s Deputies used excessive force on an 18-year-old in custody in 2016.

‘I’ll keep on doing that until I run out of batteries’: Three Tennessee deputies are suspended after horrifying footage emerges of them repeatedly using a Taser on a man, 18, while he was tied to a chair Jordan Elias Norris, now 19, has filed an excessive force lawsuit after his arrest for drugs and weapons offences last November The teen says he was repeatedly tasered while he was restrained by deputies at Cheatham County Jail Shocking footage appears to show one of the officers repeatedly using a taser on Norris while he was bound to a chair ‘I’ll keep on doing that until I run out of batteries,’ the officer is heard telling Norris in the jail surveillance footage Norris claims he suffered more than 40 pairs of taser burns while in custody Three Cheatham County are now on administrative leave and the sheriff has contacted the District Attorney to request an independent investigation

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Dozens of cases have been dropped and over 100 are being reviewed after body cam footage out of Baltimore was purported to show an officer planting evidence at the scene of an alleged crime. Baltimore’s state’s attorney announced the dismissals of 34 drug and firearms cases. All the cases that have been or will be dismissed are those that relied solely on the credibility of the officers in question

Original video on Surenews here: https://www.surenews.com/crime/baltimore-police-officer-allegedly-trying-to-plant-drugs-so-he-can-arrest-an-innocent-man-but-didnt-realize-his-body-cam-was-recording/

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Mississippi: When Southaven police showed up at the house on Surrey Drive, they were following up on a domestic violence call. But what went down when they got there ended with 41-year old Ismael Lopez dead.

Lopez and his wife were the only ones home. She doesn’t speak English, but she said through an interpreter that her husband went to the door after hearing the dog barking and looking outside the window seeing police cars.

“They started pounding on the door and as far as she knows when he opened the door, they started shooting. She didn’t see it, but she is just repeating as much as she knows,” says Rami Desantiago, a family friend.

Investigators tell a different story, saying the suspect had a gun and they told him to drop if before opening fire. A gun was recovered at the house.

Bullet holes left in the house and even bullets hitting Lopez’s dog indicate several shots were fired.

“My sister told me it was the police that killed him. I can’t believe it. He was a really good person,” says family friend Juan Castillo.

Southaven Police are referring all questions to the district attorney. The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation is handling the case.

Lopez’s family says police told them they were at the house following up on a call from Tate County, where a woman told officers she had been beaten and the person responsible was at the address on Surrey.

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CATAWBA COUNTY, N.C. — The North Carolina Highway Patrol is investigating a video that shows a trooper going the wrong way on a highway while attempting to stop street racers, WBTV reports. A group of people were blocking traffic to race along U.S. 321 around 4:30 p.m. in Newton Sunday. Troopers said they were creating hazardous conditions for other drivers. The video, which was shot by Carisa Lynn, has been widely shared on social media. “Just freaked out,” Lynn told WSOC. “It was crazy.
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It was very dangerous.” Lynn said she believes the trooper put more people at risk by the way he responded to the reported street racing. “Street racing isn’t what you should be doing, but it was more reckless in my opinion of the police officer to be driving the way he was driving, in general, to pull over some people racing,” Lynn said. As many as 10 BMWs were involved in the street racing bust, WSOC reports. Highway Patrol has impounded five of those vehicles. Multiple people face charges that include prearranged speed racing, careless and reckless driving and impeding traffic.

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A man suspected in an attempted carjacking was fatally shot by a Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department officer Tuesday afternoon in the northwest Las Vegas valley. The Clark County Coroner’s Office identified the suspect as 27-year-old Caleb Edward Blaylock of Las Vegas. The shooting occurred just before 1:10 p.m. on the 4100 block of North Rancho Drive, near Jones and Alexander. The officer was not injured. Police say one officer responded to an attempted carjacking.

The officer William “Chris” Pollock attempted to stop the suspect, but police say he lunged at the officer with a knife. The suspect was shot several times at close range. The male was pronounced deceased at the scene by medical personnel. Detectives wish to speak with the occupants of the maroon truck bearing Oklahoma license plate 353 FDI. They are believed to have information crucial to the investigation. This is the 11th officer involved shooting of 2017. Per LVMPD policy.

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SAN DIEGO — A video has emerged of a San Diego police dog with its jaws clamped onto a handcuffed suspect’s arm.

The video was filmed by passerby Angel Nunez on Sunday. He posted it to Facebook and said something definitely seemed wrong with the picture.

It took more than 30 seconds for the dog to eventually release the man’s arm from its grip.

According to the San Diego Police Department, the officers responded to 911 calls about a man behaving erratically, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported.

The cops said witnesses reported the man was running in and out of traffic, jumping on cars and challenging passersby to duke it out with him.

When the cops arrived, the man allegedly tried to throw down with them. He was warned the dog would be released if he didn’t quit the tomfoolery.

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Hundreds of New York Police Department (NYPD) police officers reportedly turned their backs on Bill de Blasio during the liberal mayor’s speech at a funeral for slain Officer Miosotis Familia.

According to Breitbart, thousands of mourners gathered in Brooklyn today to pay their respects to Familia, who was shot and killed last week by a gunman with a history of violence against police officers.

The very next day, Breitbart reports, de Blasio flew out to Hamburg so he could attend the G20 protests there – a move that prompted considerable anger from police officers and members of the public mourning Familia’s death.

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A Texas teenager was suspended from his cookie store job after a customer became upset when he paid for a police officer’s order.
Zachary Randolph, 18, was suspended from his job at a Great American Cookies mall after he bought a police officer a brownie out of his own wages on Sunday.

The teen from Katy, Texas, said upper management put him on temporary leave for a week because another family complained that he didn’t buy their cookies as well.

Randolph said the customers in line who overheard the interaction became upset and threatened to beat him up because he was racist and promised to get him fired