Police mistakes

1 Man wrongly jailed following police mistakes



Gepubliceerd op 18 jun. 2010

Warren Blackwell who was imprisoned wrongly for a sex attack says the Northamptonshire Police apology is “too little, too late”.

2 FNN: 3 Chicago Cops Charged in Alleged Cover-Up of Laquan McDonald’s Shooting Death PRESS CONFERENCE

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Gepubliceerd op 18 aug. 2016

Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson has announced the he plans to fire seven police officers for their roles in the cover-up of the fatal shooting of Laquan McDonald by police. The incident happened in November 2015 and led to protests throughout the city of Chicago and murder charges being filed against Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke. RT America’s Anya Parampil has the report.

3 Missing surveillance video in the Laquan McDonald case

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Gepubliceerd op 28 mei 2015

Chris Hayes speaks to the McDonald family lawyer, Michael Robbins, about missing surveillance footage that may have shown moments before and after 17-year old Laquan McDonald was shot and killed by Chicago Police last October.

4 – 11/20/15 → Video of Laquan McDonald shooting to be released

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5 🇺🇸 Laquan McDonald murder: Ex-police officer gets 81-month jail term | Al Jazerra English

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A former white police officer, Jason Van Dyke, has been sentenced to six years and nine months in prison, along with two-year probation, for the 2014 murder of black teenager Laquan McDonald. The case had sparked mass protests against the police brutality. Police dashcam video showed how Van Dyke shot McDonald 16 times. Al Jazeera’s John Hendren reports from Chicago.

Gepubliceerd op 25 nov. 2015

The Laquan McDonald police dashcam video showing the 17-year-old black teenager was shot 16 times has been released by Chicago authorities. This comes a day after white Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke was charged with first-degree murder on Tuesday in the October 2014 shooting. Chicago police had opposed the release of the video with the help of Mayor Rahm Emanuel in an effort to cover up what actually happened. Demonstrators took to the streets of downtown Chicago in protests after the release of the video. We look at the politics and corruption in Chicago on the Lip News with Nik Zecevic and Jo Ankier.

6 Police officers cover up arrest scandal at Country Thunder

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The son of two retired Tucson Police officers was allowed to walk away from a fight with two other Police Officers at last years Country Thunder.

Gepubliceerd op 27 nov. 2015

Medea Benjamin, Global Exchange/CODEPINK/Drone Warfare & Kris Ullman, Conservative Commentator & Activist & Kevin Martin, Project 21 join Thom. It’s been a day since the dashcam footage was released showing the execution style shooting of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald in Chicago. But with more and more evidence that there was a concerted cover-up in the police department – why is Officer Van Dyke the only one facing charges. Aren’t all of the cops who helped in this cover-up really “bad cops”? And shouldn’t they all be held accountable for the conspiracy? Also – are we ready to admit that this problem is systemic and not just endemic to any one town or city?

7 Chicago Police Shooting Cover-Up Extends From Cops To Mayor To FBI!

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Gepubliceerd op 30 nov. 2015

November 30, 2015 CNN News http://MOXNews.com

8 – 3 3 CPD officers accused of Laquan McDonald shooting cover-up aquitted on all counts

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The trial of these three CPD officers was seen as a referendum on what has become known as the ‘code of silence.

Gepubliceerd op 28 jun. 2017

Three Chicago police officers have been charged with conspiracy to fabricate just cause in the killing of Laquan McDonald who was 17 years old. RT America’s Ashlee Banks has the details.

9 – Judge Berates Van Dyke For Being Late

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Gepubliceerd op 5 okt. 2018

The jury is in its full day of deliberations in Jason Van Dyke’s murder trial.

10 Van Dyke Did Not Say Goodbye To Family Before Taken Away By Police

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Gepubliceerd op 5 okt. 2018

CBS 2’s Dana Kozlov reports Jason Van Dyke was taken away moments after the verdict was read, without hugging or kissing his wife.

11 – I-Team: What’s next for Jason Van Dyke and the Laquan McDonald case?

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Gepubliceerd op 6 okt. 2018

Cook County Jail was put on lockdown Friday with the arrival of Jason Van Dyke, who was found guilty in the fatal shooting of Laquan McDonald. What’s next for the Chicago cop? Full Story: https://abc7.ws/2pCAHr5

12 Chicago’s Top Cop Fired Amid Fallout From Laquan McDonald Shooting | NBC Nightly News

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Gepubliceerd op 1 dec. 2015

In the aftermath of a fatal police shooting of a teenager and daily protests, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel says the public trust has eroded — even as he faces calls to resign. » Subscribe to NBC News: http://nbcnews.to/SubscribeToNBC » Watch more NBC video: http://bit.ly/MoreNBCNews

13 rahm Emanuel Ripped By Media During News Conference On Chicago Police

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Gepubliceerd op 7 dec. 2015
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel says the city needs comprehensive solutions in the wake of the 2014 death of a black teenager who was shot 16 times by a white police officer. Emanuel says the police department’s challenges go beyond one case and says he’s making several reforms, including appointing a new leader for the Independent Police Review Authority, which investigates police-involved shootings. The authority’s new chief, Sharon Fairley, appeared with Emanuel at a Monday news conference at City Hall. The previous head resigned Sunday. Emanuel spoke hours after the federal Department of Justice announced it’ll investigate the Chicago Police Department for patterns of unconstitutional practices. Officer Jason Van Dyke faces first-degree murder in the shooting death of 17-year-old Laquan Johnson.


2:55 p.m.

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel says that an independent body that investigates police-involved shootings will resume looking at the death of Ronald Johnson III, who was fatally shot by police in 2014.

The Cook County state’s attorney announced Monday that she wouldn’t charge the officer involved.

Emanuel says in a statement that the Independent Police Review Authority will see if the shooting was consistent with department policy.

The authority recommends whether an officer should be disciplined.

Emanuel says the death of Johnson can’t be taken lightly. He adds that city officials need to ask if existing policies on deadly force are the right ones and if the training provided to officers in life or death situations is sufficient.

The federal Department of Justice announced Monday it will investigate the city police department for patterns of unconstitutional practices.


2:30 p.m.

The mother of a 25-year-old man fatally shot by Chicago police in 2014 says even though the officer won’t be charged, she intends to press authorities until she gets justice.

Dorothy Holmes and her attorney Michael Oppenheimer said Monday afternoon that they still believe there was a cover up in the death of Ronald Johnson III.

Their comments came after Cook County State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez said her office wouldn’t charge Officer George Hernandez.

Oppenheimer doesn’t believe the investigation was thorough, and Holmes believes DNA evidence was planted.

Both say the lack of charges has angered people. Several groups of activists say they planned to protest later in the evening.

14 Rahm Emanuel’s Sorry (He Got Caught)

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Gepubliceerd op 9 dec. 2015
With protests continuing across Chicago, Rahm Emanuel gave a speech today to show he understands their concerns, and that real change is on the way. Did he mean it? Well he kind of waited until his back was against the wall politically, so probably not. Cenk Uygur and John Iadarola, hosts of the The Young Turks, break it down. Tell us what you think in the comment section below.

“Protesters poured into downtown Chicago calling for the resignation of Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Wednesday. Emanuel apologized for the death of Laquan McDonald, a teenager who was shot 16 times by the police, and for the dysfunction of the city’s police department.

“I own it. I take responsibility for what happened because it happened on my watch,” the mayor said. Anger over how the Chicago Police Department treats the city’s minorities came to a head in late November after video of an officer killing 17-year-old McDonald was released. On Monday, Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced a federal investigation into allegations of civil rights violations by the force.

On Wednesday, hundreds of protesters took the streets of Chicago again. They gathered outside where the mayor spoke, shouting “No more killer cops!” and “Rahm’s got to go.” The demonstration also traveled to social media where thousands are using the the hashtag #resignRahm.”*

Read more here: http://www.vocativ.com/news/259713/ma…

15 EXPOSED: Rahm Emanuel Emails Show Cover Up

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Gepubliceerd op 4 jan. 2016
Rahm Emanuel claims to care about police brutality, corruption, and the lives of African Americans in Chicago. Now the AP has found that there were thousands of emails back and forth between Emanuel and the police over the past year, mostly concerned with PR. Cenk Uygur, host of the The Young Turks, breaks it down. Tell us what you think in the comment section below.

“After reading The Post’s story and watching that video above, ask yourself: Is there any way Chicagoans upset with police violence can be convinced their mayor is the solution to their problems?

I’d argue the opposite is true; these protesters seem to think booting the mayor is the answer to cleaning up Chicago’s police force. And they’re getting more and more vocal about it as time ticks on, despite all of Emanuel’s efforts to hold himself and the police force accountable for recent deadly shootings.

This presents a troubling reality for Emanuel: Fairly or not, he has become a symbol for what’s wrong with Chicago’s police. It’s not just that they are mad this happened on his watch; he is increasingly viewed as the problem. And he’s has become the target for residents’ frustrations with the police in a way other city leaders who have presided over similar unrest have not.

And that’s the worst-case scenario for a mayor who now, more than ever, needs to earn his people’s trust to try to lead his city out of this crisis — and keep his job.”*

16 Windermere police chief sentenced to 8 years behind bars

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Gepubliceerd op 22 jan. 2014

A jury has found former Windermere police chief Daniel Saylor guilty of perjury Wednesday afternoon.

17 Gun Trace Task Force members sentenced to length prison terms

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Gepubliceerd op 7 jun. 2018

Two of the eight police officers convicted of racketeering in what became known as the Gun Trace Task Force case were sentenced to lengthy prison terms Thursday, WMAR-2News’ Brian Kuebler reports.

18 More Members Of Corrupt Baltimore PD Task Force Sentenced

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Gepubliceerd op 8 jun. 2018

Two more former Baltimore City Police officers who were part of the disgraced Gun Trace Task Force were sentenced on Friday.

19 Baltimore’s Corrupt Policing Destroyed Ivan Potts’ Life, How Can the City Fix It?

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Gepubliceerd op 24 mei 2017

Potts was arrested illegally twice and spent four years in jail for crimes he didn’t commit, advocates are pointing to his case as an example as to why the city needs a formal process for helping victims of police abuse by Taya Graham and Stephen Janis

20 Case charged by indicted Baltimore Police officers dismissed


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Gepubliceerd op 6 mrt. 2017

A case charged by four of the seven indicted Baltimore Police officers was dismissed Monday.

21 Video apparently shows Baltimore police planting evidence

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Gepubliceerd op 1 mrt. 2016

A Pasco County deputy has been fired after his agency accused him of planning to planting drug paraphernalia on a suspect.

22 Baltimore police face allegations of planting evidence

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Gepubliceerd op 24 nov. 2017

The search for a gunman who killed a Baltimore police officer is entering its ninth day. Police veteran Sean Suiter was gunned down in a vacant lot one day before he was expected to testify in a high-profile corruption case involving other Baltimore police officers. Kris Van Cleave reports.

23 Former BPD detective breaks down while on the stand in GTTF trial

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Gepubliceerd op 30 jan. 2018

Detective Rayam was asked about overtime abuse and crashes intentionally caused by the unit.

24 Officer relieved of duty after violent arrest caught on camera

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Gepubliceerd op 14 sep. 2017

A Columbus Police officer is under investigation for comments the Chief of Police calls appalling. http://bit.ly/2jvyI7V

25 Man wins settlement after arrest for recording police

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Gepubliceerd op 29 nov. 2017

A Manchester man has been awarded hundreds of thousands of dollars in a settlement with the city for a violation of his civil rights. Subscribe to WMUR on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1lOjX9C

26 City Of Nashville Settles After Police Misconduct Allegations

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Gepubliceerd op 20 sep. 2018

The Metro Council approved a $130,000 settlement this week over an allegation of police misconduct making it one of the city’s largest payments in nearly a decade.

27 Deputy Caught Lying, Hupy and Abraham Client Proved Faultless


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Gepubliceerd op 2 mei 2014

After being seriously injured in a car accident involving a police officer, Hupy and Abraham, S.C. client Tanya Weyker was accused of causing the accident by driving drunk. However, blood tests proved that Weyker was completely sober and security footage showed that the officer rolled past a stop sign.


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Gepubliceerd op 22 jan. 2017

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29 Trial Continues In Baltimore Police Task Force Corruption Case

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Gepubliceerd op 30 dec. 2017

30 Dash cam: Firefighter takes control after being stopped by police [full length]

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Gepubliceerd op 28 mrt. 2015


31 Police brutality caught on tape and victim wins

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Gepubliceerd op 26 feb. 2014

Marcus Jeter talks to the Morning Show about his encounter with the Bloomfield’s Police and his road for justice.

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Celtic Jay
Just think of all the lives that those officers have ruined.. All the families those two COWARDS destroyed…They were trying to give this guy 5 years… This isn’t the first time.. if you stick up for your rights, if you refuse to allow police to insult, assault, disrespect, threaten, and intimidate you.. If you stick up for your rights.. Police officers see this as a direct Challenge and sign of disrespect if you do not cower before them… All these problems stem from the fact that police departments only hire men and women with below-average intelligence to be police officers.. The men and women who became police officers who had above-average intelligence, quit police departments after short periods of employment.. Men and women with Intelligence, a soul, ethics, humanity. (Etc) Have to choose another profession… These men and women are disgusted with what they where asked to do and what they witnessed.. Police officers are professional Liars.. The only reason police initiate contact with people, is to try to get those people to incriminate themselves or so the 🐖 can trick them into incriminating themselves.. a couple days ago a police officer was arrested for fucking a dog.. It appears the officer was into animal porn.. As the investigation deepend.. LOL.. Videos tapes where found showing other officers also engaging in sex with animals.. We live in a day and age..When people call nine-one-one needing assistance and/or help.. In response police officers arrive at the callers residence and shortly after arriving police murder the caller who needed help. Welfare checks, turn into cold-blooded homicide.. The police, the courts, the judges, the jails, the prisons, probation, parole, (Etc) commonly people view all these things as separate entities.. Wrong.. Everything is ran like a corporation and the bottom line of any Corporation is profit… Police need to write as many tickets and arrest as many people as they possibly can.. I believe the good majority of crime and or criminals is produced by the police themselves to Juke the stats, conviction rates, years of incarceration sentenced.. Dollars collected by fines/late fees/interests/ Getting pulled over these days.. For even minor infractions… Such as speeding or failure to signal… Might very well end up like countless others have…EXECUTED.. Murdered in Cold Blood.. Police are rarely if ever held responsible for their cowardly actions.. You will repeatedly hear police officers talking about cops being gunned down and murdered.. It happens.. Once in a great while it happens.. And when it happens… Police expect the whole world to stop. The pigs make sure they perfectly fucking cry on cue for the camera.. COSTUMED COWARDS WILL MAKE THE PEOPLE PAY FOR SUCH AN INCIDENT…EVEN MORE THAN THEY WOULD NORMALLY… Yet every day and every fucked up night… The people… Men, Women, and Children, are murdered by police every day and night.. Yet the police officers are always the ones afraid for their safety.. Quite true they are cowards to the worst degree.. criminals are so delusional they believe themselves to be heroes performing a public service… Personally I think the saftey issue is just an excuse they use.. Or maybe it’s their subconscious.. The currupt, unforgivable, corrupted, malevolent things they do everyday and every night.. While in costume.. Armed to the teeth.. I don’t think a lot of people understand the effects, complications, and loss created by one ticket. and or One arrest.. But, what else can you expect from a justice system that’s main goal is more profit..

32 Former Buffalo officer sentenced to prison time

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Gepubliceerd op 8 dec. 2016

Former Buffalo police officer Robert Eloff was sentenced to prison time in a civil rights violation, connected to Mollys Pub.

33 Buffalo police officer under investigation after alleged road rage incident

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Gepubliceerd op 29 apr. 2016

It all stems from a report filed by the police officer about the incident.

34 DC police officer under investigation for backyard search linked to brawl


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Gepubliceerd op 16 jul. 2018

The officer was at two controversial scenes.

35 DC police chief grilled about video first seen on WUSA9

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Gepubliceerd op 12 jul. 2018

The video which we first reported on back in May was recorded in 2017 on Atlantic Street in Southwest D.C.

36 Corrupt Kentucky sheriff brought down by reporters

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Gepubliceerd op 7 mei 2012

When two small-town newspaper reporters in Kentucky began investigating the corrupt local sheriff, they not only got headline stories. They also got death threats. Byron Pitts reports.

37 Funny Tire Thieves Prank!

16 mrt. 2011


A woman gets some volunteers to bring her tires to her car but they soon realize these are stolen cop car wheels… and the police officer is right there, cuffs in hand.

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