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CRISIS Cops tase man 11 times, pull his pants down and tase him in testicles.
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  1. #41
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    In this particular case I think an excellent teaching tool would to have the punishment fit the crime and I think Mr. Cop should experience a taser discharge against his testicles to see how he likes it.
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    They are having protests for the treatment of this guy. The ONE cop got a 3 day suspension and is still working at the same department, two years later. No other cops had anything done to them.
    Possible that the city will eventually have to pay a big payout but that will not bother any of the cops that were involved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jba48 View Post
    To be honest, I don't think this incident warrants any type of funny comment. Many cops are totally out of control.
    I don't know where you been, but you either "COMPLY or DIE" has been said by me for years!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hfcomms View Post
    In this particular case I think an excellent teaching tool would to have the punishment fit the crime and I think Mr. Cop should experience a taser discharge against his testicles to see how he likes it.
    He may like it actually, it's actually a fetish and don't ask me how I know... other than I live in a town with a very large university.
    People are quick to confuse and despise confidence as arrogance but that is common amongst those who have never accomplished anything in their lives and who have always played it safe not willing to risk failure.

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    The problem is tazers. When all they had was firearms, the risk was too great to use them casually. Now, they have a non-lethal weapons they can use to torture people, and it seems many of them get off from it. If there was any justice in the system, they'd strip these bastards naked, shackle them, and let the victim/perp have at them with a taser. Keep nuking 'em till they pass out, pull out the smelling salts to revive them, then start all over again. With a live web feed going.

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    The problem is tazers. When all they had was firearms, the risk was too great to use them casually.
    Before tazers they had night sticks and they used them freely.

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    INteresting that it was a "cops" show star.... I've often thought the entire gendra of cop shows is to desensitze the population to over reach. Watch any of those shows and you see how bad it's getting, and the cops expose their "full of themselves" attitudes. Head cases for sure. I do not like seeing cops out of control. They need to spend more time with the shrinks these days. The streets are insane, it rubs off, get it under control, keep it in check.....watch out for the one's lifting weights and doing steroids....feel free to "look for the obvious" (profile). PTSD, ex military, seem to get their rocks off, or adrenaline flowing when thrown in fighting mode. This has to be considered. Stability is mandatory, but as we know, it aint the case anymore. Scary world we are now living in when it comes to cops on an every day basis. From what I've seen, it's social engineering on steroids. It's like when they ask the troops, will you shoot your fellow Americans if called to do so? Just a different category of fuc... up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by packyderms_wife View Post
    He may like it actually, it's actually a fetish and don't ask me how I know... other than I live in a town with a very large university.
    Any male that would do that to himself intentionally it's better that he not breed and maybe the taser will take care of that issue. I can't even begin to imagine doing that intentionally. I'd rather zip my pants up on myself than do that.
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    Wow sounds like a hate crime.

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    It's also said that some innocent cop will probably get shot because of the hate that this one dickhead helped to instill in the public.
    That isn't necessary, when this cop's name and face, are out there in the public domain. Too many people think they are untouchable, and their behavior will never catch up with them. Cops, politicians, "reporters". They just haven't pissed off the right person yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hiwall View Post
    Before tazers they had night sticks and they used them freely.
    Not the same thing. Night sticks require they get physically involved. They aren't an easy, at-a-distance torture device. The old term "watch someone squirm" is now a reality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hfcomms View Post
    Any male that would do that to himself intentionally it's better that he not breed and maybe the taser will take care of that issue. I can't even begin to imagine doing that intentionally. I'd rather zip my pants up on myself than do that.
    I agree wholeheartedly, I'm just pointing out it's an actual fetish and the guy might get off on it.
    People are quick to confuse and despise confidence as arrogance but that is common amongst those who have never accomplished anything in their lives and who have always played it safe not willing to risk failure.

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    Experts: Video shows Glendale officer lied about traffic stop

    The Glendale police officer who repeatedly tased a handcuffed man could not have seen the alleged turn signal violation that he claimed was the reason for the stop, according to experts who reviewed surveillance video, body camera footage, and documents obtained by ABC15.

    FULL COVERAGE: Abuse of Force investigation

    Law enforcement experts said the evidence clearly shows that Officer Matt Schneider made up the reason for the traffic stop that descended into a violent use of police force and made international headlines.

    “I absolutely do,” said Jeff Noble, an expert witness, attorney, and former deputy police chief, when asked if he believes Schneider lied. “I don’t think that’s truthful at all.”

    Noble also said the department’s failure to properly investigate and discipline Schneider regarding the false claims raises serious concerns about the Glendale Police Department’s ability to competently and accurately conduct internal investigations.

    ABC15 obtained internal documents showing that Glendale officials did identify that Schneider’s story was “unlikely” but failed to hold him accountable.

    “What the department did, I would put at a level even worse than Schneider’s conduct,” Noble said.

    “(Glendale) saw the evidence. The evidence that not only did this horrific incident occur, but it was based on an untruthful act by an officer,” he said. “Which tells me that the organization is engaged in covering up at least portions of the conduct of this officer."

    THE TRAFFIC STOP

    On July 27, 2017, Officer Schneider said he “observed the listed vehicle (Ford Taurus) fail to use its turn signal when it drove from Glenn Drive into the Motel 6 parking lot,” police records show.

    Schneider also repeated the claim to other officers at the scene, according to his body camera footage. Watch the raw body camera video in the player below. WARNING: The video contains uncensored language and violence.

    Surveillance video shows the Taurus pull into the Motel 6 parking lot from the south and then back into the first parking space. Shortly later, the police SUV can be seen entering the parking lot from a back alley on the opposite side of the property.

    Officers Matt Schneider and Mark Lindsey exit the police vehicle and approach the car. Schneider quickly walks up to the passenger side.

    He asks passenger Johnny Wheatcroft for his ID and then states his reason for the stop.

    “Hey man, when you turn in here, make sure you throw your turn signal on for us.”

    Lindsey does not speak to the driver about the alleged violation. In police reports, he places responsibility for the stop on Schneider.

    “I asked Officer Lindsey if he recalled seeing the Ford Taurus prior to them entering the center driveway. Officer Lindsey stated that he didn’t recall seeing that Ford Taurus prior to that moment,” another investigating Glendale officer wrote.

    The report continued, “I asked Officer Lindsey, ‘All you knew was that Matt said they didn’t use blinker. We are going to contact this vehicle,’ Officer Lindsey stated, ‘Correct.’”

    After the stop, Schneider also tells Wheatcroft that he is required to produce ID if he is the passenger in a vehicle involved in a traffic stop, and that if he doesn’t provide it, he can be arrested and fingerprinted.

    Both are also false statements, experts said.

    Aside from the video evidence proving Schneider could not have seen the violation, Noble said the actions of the officer also raise red flags.

    “The controlling officer is not going to the driver’s side and investigating the turn signal. He’s focused on the passenger,” Noble said. “Which tells me maybe that’s not why we’re here. They’re not really interested in this turn signal violation."

    VIDEO AND PHOTO EVIDENCE

    The Motel 6 at 7116 N. 59th Avenue is two separate two-story buildings split with a center parking lot.

    The buildings have thick vegetation in front and do not have exterior windows, making it impossible to see through from one side or the other.

    Below is a diagram of the property showing the back alley, where the Glendale police vehicle drove in, and Glenn Drive, where the Ford Taurus entered.
    Surveillance video from the building shows that when the Taurus enters the lot, the Glendale vehicle can’t be seen emerging from the back alley until about a second or two later.

    Body camera footage also shows the officers driving in the back alley for about 15 seconds before turning into the center parking lot. In the video, the buildings of the back alley can be seen passing by in the vehicle’s windows.

    “It’s not possible for Schneider to see a turn signal,” Noble said.

    By examining similar evidence, a Glendale investigator assigned to the look at the criminal case involving the use-of-force incident also concluded, “it seems unlikely that Officer Schneider could have seen them turn into the parking lot from Glenn Drive.”

    Noble said the word “unlikely” is being too kind.

    “That’s an incredible gift to the officer,” he said. “I think any reasonable officer investigating this incident would come to the same conclusion I would -- It’s just simply not true.”

    But the final internal investigation findings issued by Glendale police did not sustain any allegations of untruthfulness against Schneider regarding the traffic signal – or even mention it at all.

    Allegations of dishonesty are exceptionally sensitive for law enforcement officers.

    If sustained, officers can be put on the Brady List and referred to AZPOST, the state police certification board, which often revokes officers’ certifications permanently for lying.

    https://www.abc15.com/news/local-new...gnal-violation

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    Is anybody surprised? As most of these kind of incidents go, there will be more punishment for the cover-up than the actual event.
    Last edited by Luddite; 02-14-2019 at 08:36 AM.
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