COPS BREAK KIDS ARM ON SCHOOL BUS! - POLICE STATE COMING https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6ewOUfnKuA
Kelly Thomas, Bus Depot Video, FULL, SUBTITLED (brutal footage)!!!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6IntxCA3sA "This was made from the official court video and documentsThe Fullerton police did not bother to subtitle video. When i was in court, i found it very difficult to hear audio clearly". Aftermath... Garo Mardirossian: Exclusive Images of Kelly Thomas' Injuries https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hl42F9lNCoo
Dashcam Shows Wanted Woman Get Run Over After Firing At Police https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kqz4FYGRRbw warning violence!!!
Dashcam Shows Suspect Ejected From Police Car During Crash https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRXljBmV7h0 "A Jonesboro police officer was taken to a Memphis hospital and the suspect he was taking to jail was thrown from the vehicle as the police vehicle wrecked. The wreck, which was caught on video, happened Thursday evening, as Officer Justin Thompson had 19-year-old Logan Younger in the back seat. In the video from inside the vehicle, you can see Younger fly out of the back windshield as the wreck happens. Officer Thompson was taken to a Memphis hospital to be treated, but has since been released, according to Jonesboro PD. Younger fled the scene after the crash happened, but was caught a short time later. Authorities are still investigating the cause of the wreck."
Raw Bodycam Footage Captures Shooting Of Georgia Cop in Lavonia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YuMTj0wT6Cs "A suspect arrested in the shooting of two northeast Georgia police officers has been identified Tuesday. Authorities released an image of Khari Gordon, who is in custody in connection with Monday's shooting. Two Lavonia Police officers, Captain Michael Schulman and officer Jeffery Martin, were shot Monday evening during a traffic stop along Jones Road. Authorities say the officers were trying to pull over a vehicle along Jones Road, just off Interstate 85. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation said the vehicle eventually stopped at the Zaxby’s restaurant. That’s when investigators said the driver pulled out a semi-automatic handgun and fired upon officers, striking both. Investigators said preliminary findings indicate the officers did not return fire before the gunman fled the scene on foot."
Bodycam Video of Dylan Noble Shooting. warning violence!!! https://www.liveleak.com/view?i=5e9_1468462613 "Fresno police on Wednesday released body-camera video of officers fatally shooting a 19-year-old man who ignored repeated commands to stand still and show his hands. At a news conference, Chief Jerry Dyer acknowledged the video is gruesome, but he said it was important for the public to see. He said he prays it won’t spark violence amid simmering anti-police sentiment in Fresno and elsewhere."
The Fatal and Chilling Deandre Brunston Police shooting in Compton. warning violence!!! https://www.liveleak.com/view?i=265_1408483473 "Deandre Brunston, at the time (of the video) was being sought for questioning for an alleged domestic abuse incident after his girlfriend called 9-1-1. After initially evading the police, Brunston was cornered in a nearby doorway where he and the officers engaged in verbiage, later characterized as an attempted negotiation. Brunston repeatedly told the sheriff deputies he was wanted for murder (which was false); that he would rather die right there than go back to prison; and that he was armed and would shoot a police dog and the deputies if the dog was released or if they fired first.
However, Brunston had no gun. He had a flip-flop sandal (he found on the porch) in his right hand, next to his leg. Brunston repeatedly stated that he would throw the "gun" down and surrender if he were allowed to speak to his girlfriend, Fonda Brown, whom he claimed was pregnant with his child. His request was never granted.
At this point, many deputies had their guns drawn and trained on Brunston. Lt. Patrick Maxwell, at a party and consuming alcohol, was contacted via cell phone. He ordered the K-9 to be released, to attack Brunston. The senior K9 officer on the scene, Sgt. Earnest Burwell, refused to release the dog. He informed senior officers that releasing the K-9 under the present circumstances would violate the department's then-existing use-of-force policy. Burwell was immediately relieved and replaced with a rookie K-9 unit who followed the prior order/instruction to release the dog. The K-9 was released and Brunston immediately tossed the sandal onto the ground.
Before the dog reached Brunston, deputies opened fire. The dog was hit by police bullets and fell a split second before it reached Brunston. Brunston had taken one step in retreat from the dog. Within the next five seconds, deputies had discharged 81 shots, striking Brunston 22 times and mortally wounding both Brunston and the dog.
Adding to the controversy of this shooting is the disparity in medical treatment—the wounded police K-9 dog received an emergency helicopter airlift from the scene to a veterinary center (where it died later) -- while Brunston was left to bleed to death on the concrete steps, leading to allegations of Brunston receiving sub-par treatment as compared to the dog.
Deandre Brunston's aunt, Keisha Brunston, brought a wrongful death lawsuit against the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department in response to the killing. The suit alleged the deputies could have easily prevented the death; were poorly trained in these situations; and were 'trigger-happy'. All Charges against the deputies were dropped and the suit focused on the supervisors and training. The judge ruled that suit could still proceed against the K-9's handler and supervisors, alleging civil rights violations, false arrest and "negligent hiring, training and supervision." The court noted: 'the order to release the police dog was allegedly given over a phone from an off-duty supervisor, who had been drinking.' The family's attorney noted that the officers present seemed to act in haste as a crisis team with a trained negotiator was on route to the scene and would have determined whether the young man was bluffing.
The family later settled with the county for $340,000 in March 2006. Brunston's mother, Brenda Gaines, was awarded $122,500 with his three children also receiving sums. The county also was ordered to pay $105,000 in legal fees. Several deputies were also given two-to-five day suspensions for shooting when not designated as on-site shooters."
COTTONWOOD, AZ (KPHO/KTVK) - Video from the dashboard camera of a Cottonwood Police Department cruiser showed a close-knit Idaho family that appeared nearly invulnerable to stun guns, police batons and fists during a melee in a Walmart parking lot March 21 in which one person was killed and one officer wounded by a gunshot. warning violence!!! https://www.liveleak.com/view?i=6e3_1428698048
Body camera video of a confrontation and deadly police shooting in Idaho released (deemed Suicide by Cop) warning violence!!! https://www.liveleak.com/view?i=9db_1389855116 Coeur d’Alene Police Officer Spencer Mortensen ordered Eric Byron Johnston eight times to drop two knives before fatally shooting him in a small apartment near downtown last summer, the officer’s body camera recording shows.
Police released the video footage today. The prosecuting attorney in neighboring Bonner County reviewed an Idaho State Police investigation into the Aug. 25, 2013, shooting and concluded that Johnston, a 35-year-old Dalton Gardens resident, appeared intent on “suicide by cop” and that no charges should be filed against Mortensen.
The officer’s body camera footage shows a tense confrontation between the officer and Johnston, who had just fled a nearby car accident and was inside a friend’s apartment.
Intense Christmas Day Armed Robbery of OKC Convenience Store (WANTED) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVTIvciauy8 This armed thief struck on Christmas Day, and fortunately for us it was all caught on tape. The robbery took place at a convenience store in the 2300 block of SE 15th St. As you can see from the video, the suspect pointed a gun at the clerk and demanded money from the register. He also got away with the clerk’s cell phone and money from his wallet. Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 405/235-7300 or submit a tip online at OKCCrimeTips.com (Case #17-103472)