Monday, July 20, 2009

Police Officers in Denver Pull Gun On McDonald's Employee Because Order Was Taking Too Long

A Denver police officer has been suspended after allegedly brandishing his gun at a McDonald's restaurant in Aurora after his order took too long to fill.

Source: CBS 4 Denver

Police Officer Forced to Resign Over Old MySpace Pics

"This February, Abigail Keller -- a 27-year-old, full-time reserve officer on Altoona, Iowa's police force -- resigned over controversy surrounding questionable pictures posted to her Myspace account."

What is wrong with this country when police men can pull their guns on McDonald's employees because they didn't get their FREE food fast enough and get a paid suspension as punishment, but a police woman shows her ass and she's forced to resign!? We have a very fucked up view of a woman's sexuality in this country. And very sexist police departments.

Source: 7/6/09

Scuffle With Police Ends In Death For Man Trying To Swallow Drugs

In one of the most disturbing videos to have emerged from the drug war, a dashboard camera has caught police officers in Louisiana using force on a man who was trying to put a small bag of white powder in his mouth. The man died a short time later at the scene.

Police Brutality: Cops Punt Man In The Head, Then High-Five (VIDEO)

NBC Chicago highlights a nasty piece of police brutality that was caught on tape in El Monte, California. After leading police on a high-speed chase, a suspect flees on foot but quickly realizes he can't escape and lies on the ground with his hands and legs spread awaiting arrest.

Source: Huffington Post 7/13/09

Sheriff's Deputy Used Stun Gun On 3 Children: Lawsuit

EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. — A sheriff's deputy zapped three children with a stun gun at an Illinois emergency youth shelter, threatening to sodomize one of them before choking a fourth child and throwing her in a closet, according to a federal civil-rights lawsuit.

Source: The Huffington Post 7/20/09

Pick On Someone Your Own Size

For the past few years, with disturbing frequency, I have noticed more and more instances in which police men and woman abuse their power. The purpose of this blog is to collect these stories in the hopes of bringing to light the fact that we need a change in the way police officers are prosecuted for their blatant abuse of authority.