Archive for the 'Police' Category

Virginia Capital Police = American Gestapo

BY Herschel Smith
1 week ago

This is a remarkable video.

They’ve bought into the notion of right wing violence.  No such thing is going to happen in Richmond.  Any violence will be at the hands of Antifa, and drama will be courtesy of crisis actors hired by Soros and Bloomberg.

They’re wasting their time on the wrong people.

Cop: “Crawl To Me. Crawl To Me.”

BY Herschel Smith
2 weeks, 5 days ago

Ignoramus cop #1 shoots an unarmed, innocent woman, and then tells her “Crawl to me.  Crawl to me.”  Ignoramus cop #2 and ignoramus cop #1 point pistols at the innocent, unarmed woman while she crawls to them, injured.  Ignoramus cop shouts “cuff her.”  While cuffed, she is dragged into another room while ignoramus medic puts some gauze on her wounds and tells her to “put pressure on it.”  He tells her to put pressure on it.

That about sums it up for me, but the rest of the story is here if you care.

Davie Police Officer Trying To Shoot Dog Accidentally Shoots Self

BY Herschel Smith
3 weeks, 3 days ago

Via David Codrea, this amusing report.

DAVIE, Fla. – A Davie police officer accidentally shot himself Friday morning, police said.

The officer was attempting to shoot a dog that charged at him during a non-criminal incident at a home on Southwest 116th Way, Davie police Lt. Mark Leone said.

“When the police officer got to the front door of the residence, the family pet — happens to be a female boxer named Bella — ran right past him and went toward the officer,” Leone said. “The officer was in fear, drew his firearm and fired one shot.”

Leone said the officer’s hand got in the way of the gun’s muzzle.

Home surveillance video shows what appears to be the officer walking back and forth from the home.

Moments later, more police cars arrive — lights flashing — and officers run toward the home.

A short time goes by when two officers are seen walking on the sidewalk, one of them grasping his hand.

He gets to the back of a patrol car and appears to start wrapping something around the wound to stop the bleeding, seemingly frustrated.

Several of the officers gathered around shine their flashlights on the wound. An ambulance arrives and the officer gets in the back before it drives away.

The officer was expected to be OK, as is the dog that was grazed by the bullet, Leone said.

The officer is expected to be OK.  I don’t care.  I want to know how the dog is?

Okay, so let’s cover this in a little more detail.  The dog was doing its job.  It was running to see if there was a threat.  The dog lives there.  The cop doesn’t.  This is what good dogs do.  This is not what good cops do.

The options for the cop would include, but not be limited to, the following: (a) call ahead of time and ask the owner to secure his beasts, (b) carry a dog treat in his pocket (which would be a good thing to do anyway), (c) learn to handle dogs, farm animals and other household pets by volunteering at a local ranch or farm to help feed animals, clean stalls, mate dogs and horses, doctor animals, etc., etc., something I’ve recommended many times before, in which case he probably could have discerned the intentions of the dog or held him at bay with voice commands (d) or finally, if he is highly emotional and feels that he just can’t handle the pressure, he could have used pepper spray rather than [intended] lethal means to stop the dog.

The dog never intended to attack the cop, as evidenced by the broken off [ahem] attack when the cop shot himself.  One more thing: ” … the officer’s hand got in the way of the gun’s muzzle.”  I take it this means he shot his hand?  This would have been a much simpler and grammatically correct way to say it.  When did they stop teaching English in journalism school?

Carrying Concealed Not Legal Grounds To Stop And Search A Person In PA

BY Herschel Smith
1 month ago

Dean Weingarten writing at Ammoland.

At about 2:30 in the morning of 28 June, 2014, Michael Hicks was at a convenience store in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Hicks had a valid concealed carry permit, and had a handgun in an outside the waistband holster, concealed by his shirt.

Open carry is generally legal in Pennsylvania, but it is not legal to open carry in a vehicle. This limits the practicality of open carry on a regular basis.

Video surveillance of the scene showed Hicks adjusting his shirt, briefly allowing the handgun to be seen before approaching the convenience store. Hicks goes about his business, but minutes later is stopped by police. The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania watched the surveillance video and described what happened …

Stop right there.  A law that indicates open carry is legal except in a vehicle is the stupidest law I’ve ever heard.  In North Carolina they want all firearms to be visible (e.g., laid out on car seats in plain view so they can see them).  In South Carolina they want them hidden so that … who knows, they can’t see risks, or some horseshit reason.  The cops across American can’t even get their story straight.

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court found that Hicks Fourth Amendment rights had been violated, and there was no legitimate reason for the police to stop him that early morning in June.

[ … ]

The United States Supreme Court denied certiorari on 9 December 2019.

Then there is this extremely important bit of explanation.

For several decades, there has been an assumption in law enforcement circles, backed up by court decisions, that merely the suspicion of a person carrying a concealed weapon was sufficient to allow for a “stop and frisk” of that person.

Law enforcement agencies generally preferred to have that power. I was taught, decades ago, somewhat informally, to always stop and search a suspect if I thought they might have a concealed weapon. I was told, by the officer who was teaching me, that “he had never heard of a judge who threw out the evidence if a weapon was found”.

Well, they were all taught wrong.  Obeying the law is not reason enough to stop a man (i.e., it isn’t a so-called “Terry Stop”), and if you stop a man who you think might be carrying a weapon, you don’t really know, in which case his fourth amendment rights have been violated.

For the hundredth time, this has been dealt with by the Fourth Circuit in the case of Nathaniel Black, who did happen to be wanted for a crime, but who was openly carrying and stopped for that specific reason by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg police department.  Open carry is legal in North Carolina.

The Fourth Circuit reached the right conclusion, to wit, Mr. Black’s rights had been violated because he wasn’t doing anything illegal.  It’s high time that police academies start to teach the truth to cops and it’s also high time police departments fill their ranks with thinking men.

Listen, if you’re too much of a dolt to learn and understand the law, or to question idiots who are teaching you falsehoods in the academy, turn in your badge and service weapon and go dig ditches or shovel gravel.

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court reached the right conclusion.  I guess even a blind squirrel finds nuts from time to time.

Wanted Man Was Already In Jail When Agents Raided His Former Home And Shot Woman Inside

BY Herschel Smith
1 month ago

Via Instapundit, this ridiculous news from Alabama.

MOBILE COUNTY, Ala. (WALA) — The man who investigators were looking to arrest was already in jail when a task force raided his former home in Wilmer on Thursday morning.

Ann Rylee, a 19-year-old woman who now lives at the home on Old Moffat Road, was shot several times as investigators made their way inside the house. Mobile County Sheriff Sam Cochran claims that Rylee had a shotgun in her hand and pointed it at officers.

Cochran said, “The entry team was giving her orders, ‘Drop the gun, put the gun down, drop the gun,’ several times over a period of a few seconds.” He continued, “She pointed the gun at one of them and two or three agents fired upon her.”

[ … ]

He added, “If she would not have pointed a gun at the agents they would have determined all that on the scene and would have bid her a good day and thank you very much.”

Well isn’t that sweet.  If she would have just laid down and grovelled, hoping that the home invaders hadn’t been there to rape her and end her life, she would have been spared by the home invaders who ended up shooting her.  Play nice and we might let you live.

Hey fool.  We’ve already told you before why this can’t happen.

… even if they had announced themselves as police, no one can believe them.  We have documented instances where criminals have impersonated police officers and busted into homes.  The only solution to this problem is when someone announces that they are the police, disarm yourself, lay on the floor and beg for mercy.

One may as well never have a weapon for defense of family, home and hearth to begin with under these stipulations, and thus SWAT raids violate a man’s God-given right to self defense, recognized in the second amendment.

These raids also violate the fourth amendment.  The Mobile County Sheriff’s Department later said this.  “The Mobile County Sheriff’s Office, Homeland Security, and US Customs and Border Patrol conducted the raid. Sheriff Cochran said that the shots were not fired by Mobile County Sheriff’s Office deputies.”

I couldn’t care less who fired the shots.  The woman would have been within her rights to have shot them all, assuming they were criminals intent on doing her harm.

So it’s come to this.  Cops believe that during SWAT raids, people who may or may not be the ones they are looking for, should lay on the floor and beg for mercy, completely defenseless against the home invasion.  Such a tactic is sure to invite more criminals posing as cops.  On the other hand, most reasonable people believe a man’s home is his castle and he has a right to defend home and hearth.

So even thought it didn’t happen here, cops will continue to get shot, and they deserve it when using these kinds of tactics.  I don’t shed one tear for cops who get shot conducting home invasions that violate the second and fourth amendments.  Even if not shot during home invasions, cops are increasingly being seen as the enemy.

Go read this report again and tell me why?

Sheriff’s Gun ‘Goes Off’ in Georgia Walmart All By Itself

BY Herschel Smith
1 month, 1 week ago

A teenager was hit by ricocheting shrapnel when a North Georgia sheriff’s gun discharged inside a Walmart.

Pickens County Sheriff Donnie Craig was wearing the gun in his waistband when it went off inside the Jasper store Tuesday night, according to the sheriff’s office. The round hit the floor.

Craig and several deputies were attending a “Shop with the Sheriff” holiday event and were standing near the front of the store during the “accidental discharge,” sheriff’s spokesman Capt. Kris Stancil told A 15-year-old boy in a nearby checkout line reported a minor injury, he said.

At the time, the teen told deputies he had not been hit and was OK. It wasn’t until later that he noticed a “small cut” that was barely recognizable as a wound from shrapnel, Stancil said.

The shrapnel that ricocheted was about the size of a pencil eraser, he said. The teen reported the injury to the sheriff’s office and went to a hospital for an X-ray.

“At the time of the discharge, the weapon was not being handled and the weapon was secured in the waistband,” the sheriff’s office said in a Facebook post. “Sheriff Craig has stated how thankful he is that no one was seriously injured in the incident. All policy protocols will be followed during the investigation into the incident.”

The gun was a “backup weapon,” the agency said. It is not clear what caused the weapon to fire.

Sorry, but I don’t believe this.  I also don’t believe in gremlins, goblins (except in the halls of congress), the tooth fairy, or the Easter bunny.

Something mechanically interacted with the firearm to cause the discharge.

Baltimore Cops Have An Ugly Year

BY Herschel Smith
1 month, 1 week ago

The Daily Wire.

At least 20 cops in Baltimore, Maryland were arrested, sentenced, or suspended in 2019 for their behavior, a Baltimore Sun report found.

The outlet noted that this was an “ugly” year for the city’s cops, some of whom committed crimes themselves and terrorized residents. In addition to the 20 or so who were punished for their actions, Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby in October presented a list of 305 Baltimore police officers with possible credibility issues.

“We have 305 officers with integrity issues and/or allegations of integrity issues that would in essence put them in jeopardy from testifying,” Mosby said when she presented her list.

Beating a Man “Without Justification”

Former officer Arthur Williams was found guilty of second-degree assault in June based on body cam footage of him beating a man multiple times. The victim received a broken jaw and ribs and spent three days in the hospital. Baltimore Circuit Judge Yolanda Tanner said the attack was “without justification.” Williams was sentenced to 9 months in prison.

Sergeant Charged after Chasing and Arresting Man For Exercising Free Speech Rights

A sergeant was charged with “assault, false imprisonment and misconduct,” the Sun reported, after he chased a bystander who was complaining about how officers were treating a suspect. The bystander committed no crimes, yet the police sergeant arrested him, according to body cam footage. When the bystander asked why he was being arrested, the police sergeant told him: “Just go to jail and take your charge like a man.”

Road Rage

Former officer Michael Gentil was sentenced to five years in prison after he nearly ran over a pedestrian and then pulled a gun on the man after he spilled tea on Gentil’s car. Gentil, according to prosecutors, didn’t yield when the pedestrian was crossing the street. The pedestrian was carrying tea and spilled some on Gentil’s car. Gentil then pulled a gun on him and ordered him to get down on the ground.

Drunk Driving

Former officer Aaron Heilman was found with a blood alcohol level of 0.22 and slumped over in his car in the early afternoon last year. He entered a plea agreement this year. Another officer, detective Kevin Brown, was suspended and charged with driving under the influence.


Michael O’Sullivan was sentenced to 15 months in prison – but is still part of the police force, though he has been suspended – for lying in court regarding a criminal case. O’Sullivan claimed he saw a suspect throwing away a handgun while fleeing from cops. It was determined he could not have witnessed the event.

Planting a Toy Gun on Someone to Justify Police Chasing Him

A man was chased by police in 2014 and eventually “run down by an officer’s vehicle,” the Sun reported. To justify police actions, retired police Sgt. Keith Gladstone planted a toy gun on the man. He pleaded guilty and faces up to 10 years in federal prison, according to the Sun.

Gun Task Force Corruption

Eight city officers were “convicted of racketeering offenses for robbing people using their badge,” the Sun reported.

Tasing and Beating a Teenager

Former officer Carlos Rivera-Martinez was dismissed and convicted of second-degree assault and misconduct after beating a 16-year-old in the head and using his taser on the boy after chasing him.

When the state no longer even cares about what Mike Vanderboegh called the mandate from heaven.  And doesn’t care if you know they no longer care.  And no longer makes pretensions about any of it.  And doesn’t care what God thinks about it all.

Hoplite Armor: Threatened By Cops For Calling Out The Cops

BY Herschel Smith
1 month, 2 weeks ago

Hoplite Armor.

My name is Lyman Bishop. I’m the Founder and CEO of Hoplite Armor, as well as the engineer responsible for the design and development of all our custom armor solutions. I’m also the man responsible for posting various things online that have recently offended a lot of police officers.

First let me say I am not anti police as many would have you believe, but rather I put the the American people first in every circumstance. I believe in the United States Constitution and as such I recognize that it is We the People who are, or should be, in full control of this nation. If We the People take issue with our government or law enforcement, it is our right, even our sacred duty, to speak out boldly and without concern for the consequences brought on by would be tyrants.

Over the last few days I have been slandered, lied about, conspired against and even threatened with physical harm, by police officers, for speaking out against the events in Florida where police opened fire on 2 criminals in stand still traffic using civilian vehicles as human shields, resulting in the Deaths of 2 innocent people; UPS driver Frank Ordonez and Family Man Richard Cutshaw.

The idea that such a thing could happen on US soil is almost beyond belief, but what’s worse is the position of many of those in law enforcement who show no remorse and target those of us who speak out.

Whenever the people stand up against police misconduct we are told to mind our own business, to stay in our lane or that we are Monday Morning Quarterbacks. We are told that unless we have done the job ourselves we have no right to speak out. This is heresy! We the People have every right to speak up against anything that takes place in this country, or for that matter, anything on the planet. Make no mistake, this event will prove to be the defining moment where people take sides. Youre either a free citizen of the United States or a slave to the tyranny closing in around us.

We the People are the single most powerful and influential group of people in human history. We are better educated, and better armed than any group of people that has ever existed and the world would be wise not to stand in our way. That includes our so called authorities here at home.

For too long we have sat idly by and allowed our nation to be picked apart by vultures. Now is the time to stand up and be counted. For years I have felt called by God to run for Governor of Montana, in order to safeguard the rights of the people but I had to wait for the right time. That time has finally come, and I would encourage all of you who are like minded to do the same in your states. What office you seek is unimportant. Only that you get involved and fight for the people. Its time we take back our country and our rightful place in the world.

My position is simple, the rights of the people shall not be infringed. If I am elected we will have constitutional carry for every law abiding citizen on day one. I will also nullify the National Firearms Act. The very thought that our rights should be held hostage, subject to bureaucratic paperwork and fees is an abomination to our traditions and our culture of freedom and individual liberties.

Where we go from here is not up to me. I will leave it to you, the People, to decide our fate, but I can promise you one thing. There are NO other candidates, in Montana or anywhere else, that are willing to draw a line in the sand and put themselves in between you and tyranny like I will.

God bless America

Lyman Bishop

Mr. Bishop is the author of this, linked (embedded) by me earlier (I wish I had known who to credit, but didn’t).

That thin blue line, you know.  Those cops who would threaten this man are ensuring that the people hate them and see them as the enemy.  Those are the unintended consequences of failing to police your own people.

Remember.  These cops used citizens as human shields during this brief skirmish.  Let that sink in.

Let something else sink in if you’re one of the cops who threatened Mr. Bishop.  He isn’t your problem – we are.  His work was linked (embedded) by me.  Get angry at me.  Threaten me, so I can turn your ass in.  Make a comment below so I’ll know your IP address.

And if you want to give Mr. Bishop some of your business, here is his web site.

Florida UPS Truck Shootout After Action Report

BY Herschel Smith
1 month, 2 weeks ago

You recall the incident where police in Florida killed two innocent people in a shootout around other cars, innocent people and bystanders?

Well, as it turns out, it has been determined that at least 18 police officers discharged firearms during this brief incident, and maybe more.

At least 18 officers.

Some guys robs a store.  They take a UPS driver hostage.  The cops give chase.  The cops approach the robbers using innocent civilian cars as cover (i.e., they use civilians as human shields).  They turn the truck into Swiss cheese.  They kill the hostage.  They kill an innocent civilian near the scene.  That about covers it.

You’re never in more danger than when the police are around.

Santa Rosa Police Department: Where The Only Active Shooter Incidents Are Caused By The Cops

BY Herschel Smith
1 month, 2 weeks ago

News from the People’s Republic of California.

In the latest example of police shooting first and asking questions later, a California cop opened fire on a man pointing an umbrella at him.

The Santa Rosa cop fired three times with his AR-15 but missed. The man took off running but the cop chased after him and tackled him.

That may have been the moment the cop realized the man had been wielding an umbrella all along.

Nevertheless, Joshua Oceguera was charged with making criminal threats, assault and brandishing a weapon, according to the Santa Rosa Press Democrat.

A California law firm explained on its website that in the eyes of the state, “a deadly weapon can be anything from a firearm to a baseball bat or even a bottle.”

In order to convict you of brandishing a deadly weapon, the prosecution must prove each of the following beyond a reasonable doubt:

1.    You possessed a deadly weapon as defined by law, and

2.    You drew or exhibited the weapon in a rude, angry or threatening manner in front of someone else, or

3.    You actually used the weapon unlawfully in a quarrel or fight with someone, and

4.    You were not acting in self defense or in the defense of someone else

The incident took place Saturday afternoon and was captured on the officer’s body camera which will eventually be released under a new California transparency law, according to Fox 10.

When officers arrived, they said the suspect was “non-compliant and at one point brandished what the officer believed was a rifle.”

“We later learned that the item the suspect had brandished was a black umbrella,” Marincik said.

Police did not provide body camera video or a photo of the umbrella. “Under AB 748 and SB 1421, any related body worn camera and investigative reports that fall under those categories will be released at a future date,” Marincik said in an email, referring to two laws that mandate the eventual release of such information.

The officer fired three rounds from his department-issued rifle, Marincik said. The rounds did not strike the suspect and no one was “seriously injured,” though Marincik did not explain in detail what that meant.

The suspect then ran away from the officer, who chased him and tackled him to the ground a short distance later. The officer took the suspect into custody.

Marincik said the officer, who has less then two years on the force, is on paid administrative leave. The officer will be interviewed this week and the department will likely release his name “in the next day or two.”

Hmm … so let’s see here.  Assault with a deadly weapon, kidnapping, assault with the intent of doing bodily harm, disturbing the peace, and in general being a poor shot.

But the hell of this is that the cop will be able to do that and get away with it.  He will literally be able to mistake an umbrella for a rifle, shoot at an innocent man with his patrol rifle, and go back to work to do it all again one day.  So I predict.

And like all good cowards, the chief of police has no posted email address.  You remember what I said about public officials who have no contact information, right?

You’re never in more danger than when the police are around.  Run, hide and fight.  It isn’t just for foreign terrorist threats.  It’s for domestic terrorist threats as well.

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