Misconduct

Misconduct noun [U] (BEHAVIOUR)

Unacceptable or bad behaviour by someone in a position of authority or responsibility:

The psychiatrist was found guilty of gross (= unacceptable) professional misconduct.
The former priest denied allegations of sexual misconduct.

Misconduct noun [U] (BAD MANAGEMENT)

The fact that the activities of an organization are badly managed:

Financial misconduct

Misconduct verb

To manage the activities of an organization badly:

The aid programme was misconducted, resulting in large
quantities of food failing to reach the famine victims.

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1 Caught lying, should an officer still serve WCPO Investigative Report

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Officer Ray Nichting drove his police vehicle into the oncoming lane, with no lights or sirens on, as he chased a Jeep down city streets. It was shortly before 1 a.m. on Jan. 27. His dash camera video from that night shows speeds exceeding 70 mph, though he said on the radio the Jeep was only going 25 to 35 mph. In fact, he said the pursuit never happened in the first place — both on the radio that night and in a note to his supervisors a week later.

2 The System – Prosecutorial Misconduct

20 feb. 2015

The System examines two cases where prosecutorial misconduct may have led to wrongful imprisonment.
 
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3 Officer misconduct investigation

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The actions of some police officers are under the microscope.

4 I-Team: Elmwood Place police have history of hiring troubled officers

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Elmwood Place has hired police officers who were fired or forced to resign from other departments.

5 I-Team: Police Officer Fired After Turning in Chief

Gepubliceerd op 25 nov. 2013

 
One of two police officers who spoke with state investigators about allegations their chief was working two jobs at the same time was fired after turning state’s witness.

6 Aberdeen Police Chief fired

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Greg Caudill was terminated by unanimous council vote.

7 I-Team: Cop kept woman’s death investigation from prosecutors

 

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Almost a year after her death, Laura Gast’s family members say they’re still waiting for answers. But the entire case file that could give them those answers was being kept from prosecutors for more than six months.

8 What happens when jail guards go too far?

 

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The WCPO I-Team spent weeks reviewing thousands of documents from the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office, including personnel files, disciplinary records and internal investigations. We also obtained security footage showing what sometimes happens inside the county jail, away from the public’s view. Experts say the findings raise questions about whether the sheriff hands out enough punishment when corrections officers mistreat inmates.

9 Framed: How an Innocent Man ended up on Texas Death Row

Gepubliceerd op 22 jun. 2014

 
Jimmy Fennell, ex-police officer convicted of raping a women while on-duty, and set to be released from prison in 2018, is prime suspect in the violent 1998 strangulation murder of Stacy Stites, in Bastrop, TX. Jimmy and Stacy were fiance at the time of her murder. Stacy Stites had been seen by many local residents to “be in the company of” Rodney Reed, on several occasions, and “enjoying each other’s company”. Jimmy got pissed. Now Stacy is dead, and Rodney Reed has been on Texas Death Row for over 17 years. Framed.

10 Justice Denied: The Danny Major Stitch Up (UK’s justice system the scene of corruption) – The Best D

20 nov. 2017

In five episodes, a number of individuals subjected to miscarriages of justice in England tell their stories the countrys justice system. PRESSTV Documentaries. 
 
A system that has to be just and fair enough to defend the rights of individuals is a major source of injustice and corruption in itself. This series of five fact-based . 
 
A system that has to be just and fair enough to defend the rights of individuals is a major source of injustice and corruption in itself. This series of five fact-based .
 
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11 Justice Denied: Death in Custody (UK’s justice system the scene of corruption and injustic – The Bes

20 nov. 2017

A system that has to be just and fair enough to defend the rights of individuals is a major source of injustice and corruption in itself. This series of five fact-based . 
 
A system that has to be just and fair enough to defend the rights of individuals is a major source of injustice and corruption in itself. This series of five fact-based . 
 
A system that has to be just and fair enough to defend the rights of individuals is a major source of injustice and corruption in itself. This series of five fact-based.

12 Justice Denied (UK’s justice system the scene of corruption and injustice) (Part 1) – The Best Docum

20 nov. 2017

A system that has to be just and fair enough to defend the rights of individuals is a major source of injustice and corruption in itself. This series of five fact-based . 
 
A system that has to be just and fair enough to defend the rights of individuals is a major source of injustice and corruption in itself. This series of five fact-based . 
 
A system that has to be just and fair enough to defend the rights of individuals is a major source of injustice and corruption in itself. This series of five fact-based.

13 Justice Denied-Harassed by the Police

20 nov. 2017
 
A system that has to be just and fair enough to defend the rights of individuals is a major source of injustice and corruption in itself. This series of five fact-based . 
 
A system that has to be just and fair enough to defend the rights of individuals is a major source of injustice and corruption in itself. This series of five fact-based . 
 
A system that has to be just and fair enough to defend the rights of individuals is a major source of injustice and corruption in itself. This series of five fact-based .
 
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14 Exonerated after 21 YEARS in PRISON – Crooked Detective

Gepubliceerd op 11 jan. 2015

 
“Can the prey be taken from the mighty, or the captives of a tyrantf be rescued? For thus says the LORD: “Even the captives of the mighty shall be taken, and the prey of the tyrant be rescued, for I will contend with those who contend with you, and I will save your children.” – Isaiah 49:24-25 The dismissal marked the fourth time a conviction involving Scarcella has been vacated amid one of the nation’s most ambitious efforts to determine whether old cases were mishandled. About 100 convictions, including roughly 70 linked to the retired detective, have come under scrutiny by Brooklyn District Attorney Kenneth Thompson. The investigation by the DA’s Office led to the full vindication.

15 – 20/20 What the Dash Cam Never Saw | Daniel Holtzclaw Case [2020 Full Doc]

20/20 – Official Channel
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Full Episode: http://goo.gl/yxfJRW

Part 3: http://goo.gl/gv6vS6
Part 4: http://goo.gl/mXOi0c
Part 5: http://goo.gl/8pYbmN
Part 6: http://goo.gl/A8usca

It is a story that made national headlines: a young Oklahoma City police officer accused of preying on women in the very community he was sworn to serve and protect. During the trial, the all-American football star’s complete breakdown, went viral. But now, new claims, compelling clues, and a desperate family – spending their life savings on his defense – certain of his innocence. ABC News Anchor Juju Chang’s report includes an exclusive interview with Daniel Holtzclaw from prison, his police interrogation tapes, and searing conversations with four of the 13 women who said he terrorized them.

16 Cop Daniel Holtzclaw Accused Of Rape – Crime Watch Daily With Chris Hansen (Pt 3)

Gepubliceerd op 28 apr. 2017

 
Former police officer Daniel Holtzclaw was accused of sexually assaulting multiple women on the job. Some are arguing that his trial was unfair.

17 Cop Daniel Holtzclaw Accused Of Rape – Crime Watch Daily With Chris Hansen (Pt 4)

Gepubliceerd op 28 apr. 2017

 
Former police officer Daniel Holtzclaw was accused of sexually assaulting multiple women on the job. Some are arguing that his trial was unfair.

Michelle Malkin
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Former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw became a national villain and target of the social justice mob in the summer of Ferguson. He was convicted of sexual assault-related crimes against eight black women. His sentence: 263 years.

But what if he didn’t do it? Join Michelle Malkin of CRTV as she digs deep to find out what really happened.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, SUBSCRIBE TO CRTV.COM, HOLTZCLAWTRIAL.COM AND FREEDANIELHOLTZCLAW.COM AND SIGN THE PETITION TO OKLAHOMA GOV. MARY FALLIN HERE:

https://www.change.org/p/mary-fallin-…

20 Survivor Who Helped Catch Ex-Officer, Rapist Daniel Holtzclaw Speaks Out – Pt. 1 – Crime Watch Daily

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True Crime Daily
Gepubliceerd op 18 feb. 2016
Daniel Holtzclaw, the ex-Oklahoma City police officer convicted of rape and other sex crimes after 13 African American women came forward with allegations that he abused them while on duty, was sentenced to 263 years in prison last month.

One of his victims, a 59-year-old grandmother named Jannie Ligons, was instrumental in bringing Holtzclaw’s abuse of power to a screeching halt when she made the brave decision to turn him in. Crime Watch Daily speaks with her and one of the jurors on the case.

Check your local listings at CrimeWatchDaily.com.

21 Survivor Who Helped Catch Ex-Officer, Rapist Daniel Holtzclaw Speaks Out – Pt. 2 – Crime Watch Daily

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True Crime Daily
Gepubliceerd op 18 feb. 2016
Daniel Holtzclaw, the ex-Oklahoma City police officer convicted of rape and other sex crimes after 13 African American women came forward with allegations that he abused them while on duty, was sentenced to 263 years in prison last month.

One of his victims, a 59-year-old grandmother named Jannie Ligons, was instrumental in bringing Holtzclaw’s abuse of power to a screeching halt when she made the brave decision to turn him in. Crime Watch Daily speaks with her and one of the jurors on the case.

Check your local listings at CrimeWatchDaily.com.

22 Kim Davis: Alleged Incompetent Police Work


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TheWorldFromFerg
Gepubliceerd op 11 dec. 2016
Donate to Daniel Holtzclaws Defense: http://justicefordanielholtzclaw.com/…

This is just a 15 video proving the alleged extreme confirmation bias allegedly and poor detective work in the case involving Daniel Holtzclaw. I did a part one with more context on my channel and will leave the links to the original interviews.

(Also something is wrong with her eyes rolling into the back of her head)

There are several different variables exposed by Michelle Malkin through various pieces of video evidence via interviews, that makes me believes that there was reasonable doubt in this case and the jury’s minds were tainted. It would lead me to believe that the BLM narrative and the politics surrounding the case along with the confirmation bias of the investigators have made this case one giant mistake. It is my intention to add commentary to parts of an investigative video by Michell Malkin in order to share some of these circumstances with a different audience. I myself will never be able to no if he committed these terrible acts or not, but I do know that are criminal justice system is not supposed to play on bias of investigators or politics of some alleged fringe BLM group.

23 Daniel Holtzclaw Latest Update & DNA – Michelle Malkin Investigates

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24 Cop Convicted, The Daniel Holtzclaw Verdict (EMMY*)

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COP CONVICTED, The Daniel Holtzclaw Verdict.
* 2017 HEARTLAND EMMY SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT WINNER

PHOTOJOURNALIST DAN THOMPSON
KFOR TV , OKLAHOMA CITY

25 The Dirty Cops Behind the Daniel Holtzclaw Trial


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Diana Davison
Gepubliceerd op 23 jan. 2017
Get angry, get active, get involved in freeing the wrongfully convicted Daniel Holtzclaw. Click all the links below.

Link to Michelle Malkin Investigates:
https://www.crtv.com/michelle-malkin-…
Michelle Malkin article about the investigation:
http://michellemalkin.com/2016/12/02/…

Brian Bates website with a wealth of information:
http://www.holtzclawtrial.com/

Website operated by Daniel’s sister:
http://justicefordanielholtzclaw.com/

Link to a post by Brian Bates about a suspect the brainiacs did not investigate:
http://johntvblog.blogspot.ca/2007/06…

Follow me on Twitter: @d2davison
Find me on Facebook:
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Support my non-profit on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Lighthouse
Donate via paypal: diana.lee.davison@gmail.com

Use that email to contact me if you’ve been falsely accused.

26 BOMBSHELL: Forensic Scientists Speak Out On Daniel Holtzclaw Case | Michelle Malkin Investigates

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For more Michelle Malkin Investigates, go to http://bit.ly/2HezSMx

Dr. Brent Turvey and forensic scientist Suzanna Ryan discuss the investigative flaws, bias, and DNA falsehoods and errors in the case of former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw. Dr. Turvey and Ms. Ryan are two of six independent, internationally renowned scientists who released a public report on the scientific issues in the case, which concluded that Holtzclaw deserves a new trial and was deprived of his constitutional rights to due process and a fair trial.

Also speaking out in this episode: Exoneration attorney Craig Cooley, retired NYPD detective and forensic expert John Paolucci, Oklahoma LEO Jason Angel, former LEO and investigative discovery expert Ken Tisdel, exonerees and former LEOs Brian Franklin and Ray Spencer.

For more information, read the scientists’ report at https://www.holtzclawdnareport.com/

For background, visit http://www.holtzclawtrial.com/

27 Cuffed Without Cause (Extra Scene from ‘Driving While Black’)

VICE News
Gepubliceerd op 20 apr. 2016
Watch the Full Length – http://bit.ly/1WDWBVr

A report from Seton Hall Law School Center for Policy & Research has found that in the majority-white municipality of Bloomfield, New Jersey, nearly 80 percent of traffic tickets are issued to African American and Latino drivers.

The report also found that most tickets were issued to non-resident minority drivers passing through town, suggesting a “de facto border patrol” policing policy is in effect.

The Bloomfield Police Department — which has begun collecting data on the race of drivers in traffic stops as of January 2016 — rejects the report’s findings.

Jason Castle is a councilman-at-large for the Township of Teaneck, New Jersey. In 2012, Castle was detained by New Jersey state troopers near Englewood after he pulled over to change the settings on his car’s GPS. His warrant stated that he had refused a breathalyzer test. Eight months later, Castle’s charges were dismissed when the state failed to supply evidence of an offense or provide him with a speedy trial. VICE News sat down with Castle to hear why he believes he was mistreated and denied his rights by law enforcement.

28 Man exonerated for murder sues Flat Rock police for $10 million

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Man exonerated for murder sues Flat Rock police for $10 million

29 Corrupt Cops Compilation

Gepubliceerd op 12 mei 2017

 
These dirty cops need to be highlighted and remembered. The most frustrating thing is that most of them got off with very weak punishments, or none at all!!! If you enjoyed this, you may like my other vids! Please check them out! Share, Like and Subscribe for more in the future!

30 Barry Scheck on Todd Willingham and Rick Perry

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Sign the petition to Governor Rick Perry and the State of Texas to acknowledge that the fire in the Cameron Todd Willingham case was not arson, therefore no crime was committed and on February 17, 2004, Texas executed an innocent man.

31 Nightline: The Wrongful Execution of Cameron Todd Willingham

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A September 17, 2009, Nightline report on the execution of an innocent man in Texas. Cameron Todd Willingham was convicted and executed of arson murder based mainly on discredited arson analysis.

Now that all of the evidence against Willingham has been debunked, proving that he was innocent, the prosecutor is claiming outlandish new evidence that Willingham set the fire because he was a Satan worshipper.

This clip has been cut from the original, visit Nightline’s wesbite for the full episode: http://abcnews.go.com/video/playerInd…

32 Bernard Baran, Wrongly Imprisoned for 22 Years

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Gepubliceerd op 31 mei 2012
Bernard Baran spent 22 years behind bars for crimes he never committed. A lack of DNA evidence made it next to impossible to prove his innocence. He spoke at St. Francis College on April 17 for the Spring 2012 series, Miscarriages of Justice and Wrongful Convictions, put together by Sociology and Criminal Justice Professor Emily Horowitz.

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Charter Award Dinner Honors Barbara Koster

For the 51st Annual Charter Award Dinner, St. Francis College honors Barbara G. Koster ’76, Senior Vice President And Chief Information Officer for Prudential Financial, Inc.

The dinner raised more than a half-million dollars for scholarships at the college including an endowed scholarship name for Mrs. Koster.

sfc.edu

33 A Victory over Justice – Wrongly Convicted Brothers Freed After 31 Years in Prison

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Two African-American half-brothers have been exonerated of rape and murder after more than 30 years behind bars in North Carolina. Henry Lee McCollum and Leon Brown were found guilty in 1984 of the rape and murder of an 11-year-old girl. There was no physical evidence tying them to the crime, but police obtained confessions that McCollum and Brown have always said were coerced. Police at the time failed to investigate another man, Roscoe Artis, who lived near the crime scene and had admitted to a similar rape and murder at around the same time. After three decades, the case saw a major breakthrough last month when testing by North Carolina’s Innocence Inquiry Commission tied Artis’ DNA to the crime scene. After a hearing presenting the new evidence Tuesday, the two brothers were declared innocent and ordered freed. Over the years, death penalty supporters have cited the brothers’ case in order to back capital punishment. In 2010, the North Carolina Republican Party pasted McCollum’s mug shot on campaign mailers. In 1994, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia pointed to McCollum as an example of why the death penalty is just. We are joined by two guests: Vernetta Alston, one of the lawyers representing Henry Lee McCollum, and a staff attorney with the Center for Death Penalty Litigation; and Steven Drizin, clinical professor at Northwestern Law School and assistant dean of the Bluhm Legal Clinic, where for more than a decade he was legal director of the Center on Wrongful Convictions.

34 CPS Corruption? Attorneys, Professors, and Judges Speak Out!

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Lawyers, Judges, Professors, and Activist Speak Out as to why State Sanctioned Kidnapping Accurs. This Documentry was by Paul Ciccotelli
 

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We have to find a way to connect as their is power in numbers. I can see no other way but to bring this to a forefront conversation. Millions of people on the door step of Washington DC in your face and the face of the media! We all whine, and suffer in quiet isolation and become victims in our homes when we should be taking this to the streets, working around the clock. A poor man or woman can write a letter to their congressman or congress woman. I say if people can demonstrate for the leaf blowers and fill up City Halls steps and demonstrate your constitutional right to protest in a calm and orderly manner. Why can’t the parents of American against the horrors of unjustified legalized kidnapping of our children. We have to find our strength and stop being beaten down and told there is nothing we can do. We all have a voice lets make it one very loud one!

glittermama0203

It is only getting worse. Whole companies are being formed to exploit children. I know I worked for one and I still need to try to blow the whistle. I have been blowing it since April the 23rd and no one will listen !!! I’m in Texas. These people are greedy demons !!!

35 Prosecutorial Oversight: John Thompson and his fight for justice

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In 1984, John Thompson, a 22-year-old father of two, was wrongfully convicted of two separate crimes, a robbery and murder. While facing his seventh execution date, a private investigator discovered scientific evidence of Thompson’s innocence that had been concealed for 15 years by the New Orleans Parish District Attorney’s Office. Thompson was eventually exonerated of both crimes and a jury awarded him $14 million, one million for each year he spent on death row. The state appealed and eventually the Supreme Court in a 5-4 decision in Connick v. Thompson ruled that the prosecutor’s office could not be held liable for their misdeeds. 
 
This video tells the whole story of the investigation, John Thompson’s wrongful conviction and the struggle to prove his innocence. It is a harrowing story of just how close overzealous prosecutors came to ending one innocent man’s life and how little oversight there is preventing the same situation from occurring again.
 
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John Thompson – Prosecutorial Misconduct

 
John Thompson spent 18 years in prison, 14 of which were on death row despite being innocent. He was released after it was discovered that the prosecutors in his case had deliberately hidden evidence that would have proven that John was innocent of a robbery which they used to seek the death penalty in a murder trial. After it was discovered, he was given a retrial and the jury took just 30 mins to find him not guilty. Here he talks about prosecutorial misconduct. To find out more, go to www.oneforten.com
 
See more video’s about the case

37 Judge Collins Reprimanded by the Florida Supreme Court

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Gepubliceerd op 31 aug. 2016

 
Last year Judge Jerri Collins ordered a woman to jail for three days for failing to come to court and testify against the man she accused of abusing her.

38 Cincinnati police officers accused of crash cover-up

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Gepubliceerd op 7 jul. 2015

 
Three Cincinnati police officers are charged with trying to cover up an Over-the-Rhine crash involving a fellow officer earlier this year, according to court records. ◂ WCPO – 9 On Your Side brings you the latest trusted news and information for the greater Cincinnati Tri-State area, including Northern Kentucky and Indiana. WCPO Channel 9 News brings you breaking news alerts, weather, traffic, streaming video and in-depth coverage of topics important to you and your community.

39 Reported Cover Up at Jennings Police Department

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Gepubliceerd op 8 okt. 2010

 
http://downtown.fox2now.com/content/r… Jennings Police dash camera video reveals a reported case of excessive force. However, citizen complaints appear to have led to a cover-up. The woman in the video tried to get the Jennings Police Department to investigate. She said officers repeatedly responded “what video?” Then a DVD copy

40 [MO] Police Sgt Kuehnlein fired from SGPD now facing DV charges at VPD

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Gepubliceerd op 11 mrt. 2012

 
November 9 2011 A St. George (MO) police officer seen in a 2007 videotaped tirade against a driver is at the center of a criminal investigation. James Kuehnlein was fired from the St. George Police Department after

41 NEW CHARGES FILES IN ALLEGED POLICE BRUTALITY ARREST

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42 Dallas Police officer fired, faces excessive force charges

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Gepubliceerd op 26 feb. 2013

 
Dallas police officer fired fired from job and faces excessive force charges. Former Officer Quaitemes Williams is accused of kicking and spraying mace on Rodarick Dasean Lyles while he was handcuffed during an arrest on Jan. 27…..http://thegrio.com/2011/02/24/dallas-…

43 Cop Found Guilty In Stomping

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CBS2’s Steve Langford reports.

44 Former Cop Sentenced In Shooting

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CBS2’s Steve Langford reports.

45 Leader Of Corrupt Baltimore PD Task Force Sentenced To 25 Years Behind Bars

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The former leader of the Baltimore Police Gun Trace Task Force who admitted to taking part in a number of crimes has been sentenced to 25 years in federal prison.

46 Video apparently shows Baltimore police planting evidence


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For the second time in less than a month, video shows Baltimore police officers allegedly planting evidence. Newly-released body camera footage apparently shows officers placing drugs in a car during an arrest in November. Officers were searching the car after witnessing what they said looked like a drug deal. Jeff Pegues reports.

47 Baltimore Police release body camera footage from third ‘questionable’ incident

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The Baltimore Police Dept. has been accused of tampering with evidence in at least two incidents involving officers and body cameras by suspects’ lawyers. » Subscribe to NBC News: http://nbcnews.to/SubscribeToNBC » Watch more NBC video: http://bit.ly/MoreNBCNews

48 Another Baltimore Police Body Camera Video Raises Questions | NBC Nightly News

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The Baltimore Police Dept. has been accused of tampering with evidence in at least two incidents involving officers and body cameras by suspects’ lawyers.

49 How Alabama Cops Planted Evidence on African Americans For Decades

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Ari Rabin-Havt, -The Agenda/SiriusXM Progress/The Benghazi Hoax joins Thom. Leaked documents describe how police officers in an Alabama city planted evidence on young black people for nearly a decade – starting in 1996. But now – fellow police officers want the Justice Department to investigate the matter – and to find out how it was buried for so long. What do we know about these officer’s ties to “Neoconfederacy?”
 

For more information on the stories we’ve covered visit our websites at thomhartmann.com – freespeech.org – and RT.com. You can also watch tonight’s show on Hulu – at Hulu.com/THE BIG PICTURE and over at The Big Picture YouTube page. And – be sure to check us out on Facebook and Twitter!

50 Video shows officer kicking man on sidewalk: Joseph Giacalone talks to CNN New Day

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Joseph Giacalone
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On June 3, 2015, retired NYPD Sergeant Joseph Giacalone sat down with Chris Cuomo of CNN’s New Day and CNN contributor Harry Houck, to discuss the latest video that shows a police officer kicking a man outside of a nightclub. Was this use of force justified or is it a case of police brutality?

0:55 What is the excuse for kicking a man?
2:43 What justifies this use of force?
4:12 Why police supervisors need to respond quickly to the scene
5:20 Someone has to take control of the scene
7:19 What is the time to draw the line

51 California pregnant woman arrest discussed on New Day May 29 2015

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52 California pregnant woman arrest discussed on AC360 May 28 2015

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53 Erin Burnett: Van Jones on Shocking Arrest of Pregnant Woman in Los Angeles

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5/29/15: Erin Burnett — Van Jones and Bill Stanton debate the validity of pregnant woman being and handcuffed in Los Angeles.

54 Family Sues Over Son’s Traffic Stop Death


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HEATED DEBATE: Harry Houck vs. Marc Lamont Hill
Teen Refused to show Licence; Scuffled With Officer

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55 – 8 Minutes Of Victim Blaming From CNN’s Harry Houck

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CNN’s “law enforcement analyst” Harry Houck repeatedly finds ways to blame black victims of police violence for their mistreatment, going to absurd lengths to defend police officers.

56 Mom Licks Her Kid’s Face in Public

24 apr. 2018

Don’t have a napkin? Never fear, just lick your kid’s face instead. Mothering done right.
 
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