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"Mommy Help": Cops Pin Down Teen in Front of His Parents for Six Minutes Until He Stops Breathing and Dies

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On September 15, 2018, Anton Black's family watched in horror as Greensboro police officers followed their 19-year-old son to the door of their house, pinned him down, and then kneeled on him for six minutes until he became unconscious and died. Since that awful day over four years ago, no one has been held responsible for his death. This Thursday, the Maryland taxpayers were informed that they would be held accountable for the actions of the implicated cops to the tune of $5,000,000.00. The parents of Black recently resolved a federal lawsuit alleging that their son's death in custody was racist and illegal. The complaint also says that the state medical examiner worked with the police to hide "wrongdoing by officers." Less than a year after his death, the cops responsible were exonerated. Now, the family hopes that their son's death will not have been in vain and that all agencies engaged in Black's murder will undergo transformation. "It's an old-f

Four police officers have been charged in Breonna Taylor's death, despite their initial belief that they had escaped punishment.

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On September 23, 2020, police were put on high alert, streets in downtown Louisville were closed, and government buildings were boarded up as charges were brought against former officer Brett Hankison for his part in the raid that killed Breonna Taylor. As a result, the subsequent uproar was well-deserved. Instead, this gun-happy cowboy officer was charged with "first-degree reckless endangerment" because he fired like a madman during the raid, sending bullets paid for by taxpayers into nearby homes. Hankison was found not guilty on three counts of reckless endangerment in March. This led to a new wave of protests. Then, this month, retired officer Hankison had all references to these charges expunged from the public record, as if he had never shot indiscriminately into the home of Breonna Taylor. This was a severe blow to the family. This week, however, the FBI stormed the scene and detained a number of the participating policemen. The FBI has charged four Louisville Metro P

Cop Sexually Assaults Man with Anal Cavity in Public Search for Non-Existent Pharmaceuticals

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In the apparent country of liberty, you are not free to do as you choose with your body. From mandated vaccines to abortions after rape, the state will stop at nothing in its terrifying quest to control the single thing you have complete control over. As the vaccine and abortion debates boil on, another equally horrific infringement of bodily autonomy proceeds virtually unimpeded in the background, all owing to the war on drugs. Insidious is the state's practice of kidnapping and imprisoning individuals for using drugs considered unlawful by the ruling class. However, when representatives of that state strive to physically violate an individual's body in a greedy and sexual way—in quest of these drugs—it is not only deceptive but it may be deemed a crime against humanity. Sadly, many who continue to conduct this fruitless war on drugs do not share this view. As the following example demonstrates, order followers have no trouble maintaining this practice of state-sanctioned high

Body Cam Captures Police Killing a Handcuffed Woman by Dropping Her From a Patrol Car

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Prior to her tragic death last month, Brianna Grier, like so many others before her, was afflicted with mental illness. Occasionally, this mother of two would need hospitalisation in order to regain her ability to function. But when police officers, instead of EMS, arrived and took Brianna to prison instead of the hospital, Brianna never had a chance to regain her functionality. Instead, she would be tossed from a police car as it was travelling down the road, and she would perish. In a visit to Mary and Marvin Grier last month, Hancock County Sheriff Terrell Primus informed them that their daughter Brianna had been evacuated to Grady Hospital in Atlanta. According to the sheriff, Brianna had kicked open the police vehicle door and leapt out while it was moving. Nevertheless, according to a newly revealed body camera video and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation inquiry, responding police failed to shut the passenger door, resulting in her fatal fall. Brianna's parents and sister p

The city will not release the body cam footage of an innocent man being fatally beaten for fear that it would spark riots.

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As is often documented, complete innocence is no shield against police brutality. Too often, police state defenders say, "If you don't want to die at the hands of the police, don't violate the law." Not only is the basis of this argument erroneous, since violating the law is not a justification for death, but these individuals are also disregarding the instances in which completely innocent people have been victimised by police brutality. Joseph Pettaway was among these innocent individuals. On the evening of July 7, 2018, Pettaway died when Montgomery Police officer Nicholas Barber unleashed his K-9 on the innocent man and forced him to maul him for more than two minutes. Pettaway would die from his wounds. Joseph's sister, Yvonne Pettaway-Frazier, told the Montgomery Advertiser, "I witnessed it with my own eyes." His whole body was on the ground that morning. Since then, the family has launched a lawsuit to seek justice. The Pettaway family has campaig

Police Claimed They Lied About the Handcuffed Woman Who Kicked Open the Police Car Door, Fell Out, and Died.

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Brianna Grier was transported to Grady Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia when Hancock County Sheriff Terrell Primus visited Mary and Marvin Grier earlier this month. According to the sheriff, Brianna had kicked open the police vehicle door and leapt out while it was moving. Brianna's parents and sister phoned 911 on July 14 when she had a schizophrenia episode. Marvin Grier informed WMAZ that this was not Brianna's first psychotic episode. Typically, he said, EMS would arrive, bring her to Atrium Health Navicent Baldwin, and take her to the mental ward, but this time was different. Brianna received firearms and identification badges instead of ambulances and medical beds. Instead of EMS, two deputies came to the residence between midnight and one in the morning, handcuffed the 28-year-old, and placed her in the back of the deputy's vehicle. She was to be transported to the sheriff's office, but she would never arrive. The following day, the sheriff informed the family that s

Cop Jumps on Unarmed Man's Back and Shoots Him in the Head Over Laundry Detergent

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This week, a horrifying video of a police-involved shooting was released, showing Harris County Sheriff's Office Sergeant Garrett Hardin crawling over the back of Roderick Brooks and shooting him in the back of the head. Brooks was accused of stealing detergent from a Dollar General store nearby. When he was slain, he was unarmed. The cops reportedly got a complaint about a guy who allegedly shoplifted and shoved the store clerk on his way out. The lady from the business phoned the police to report that a melanin male wearing a blue shirt, grey shorts, and a baseball cap had stolen merchandise and assaulted her on the way out. During her 911 call, the lady said, "A client is fleeing out of the shop and he struck me on the way out." My arm was pushed out of the way by him. The woman informed authorities that she was not wounded and did not require medical treatment. She informed officers, "I just want him arrested because he is actually racing to the rear of the build

Body cam shows cop shooting unarmed 13-year-old with hands up, paralysing him

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Another unarmed 13-year-old was shot by a Chicago police officer. The boy's hands were up; he posed no danger, and he was only a passenger in a car that was suspected of being stolen. Since that day, more than two months have passed, and we have recently heard that the officer who shot the youngster did not activate his body camera. However, a nearby officer had his camera on and recorded the shooting on film. One week after their son was shot, the boy's parents filed a lawsuit against the city and the Chicago police department, alleging that the agency has been too tardy in enacting changes to address CPD's "long sordid history of employing excessive force." As evidence, their son's paralysis after a shooting "This little boy's life has been irrevocably altered," said the family's attorney, Andrew M. Stroth. This energetic little child is struggling to regain his ability to walk. Since he was shot on May 18, the youngster, known only as A.G.

Unmarked car pulls up, cops get out with guns, execute him as he runs

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This week, the parents of 23-year-old Robert Marquise Adams demanded answers and responsibility when a video captured two unmarked police vehicles pulling up to a parking lot and executing their son. It seems from the footage that Adams posed no danger to the cops and may not have even realised they were police. On Monday, San Bernardino Police Chief Darren Goodman said in a video statement that police responded to a report of an armed black male in the parking lot of a company. According to investigators, Adams worked at the firm as an unauthorised security guard. According to police, as they came up in their undercover car, Adams started approaching them. Adams was startled and turned to flee as they leapt out of the car. Adams would be dead within 15 seconds of the police's arrival. As seen by the footage, Adams was conversing with a companion before the unmarked police vehicle arrived. According to Adams' mother, Tamika Deavila King, Adams was celebrating his friend's n

Cop assaults EMT rushing patient to ER because ambulance door dinged his car

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The Rochester police department has a history of controversies. Throughout the years, their cops have been documented murdering individuals wearing hoods, pepper spraying toddlers, beating individuals to death, and torturing young children. Now they can add harassing and kidnapping an EMT to their extensive list of undesirable actions. A Rochester police officer has been placed on desk duty and is now under investigation after he was seen on camera punching and then arresting an EMT during a medical emergency. What was the officer's rationale for the action? While offloading the patient, the EMT inadvertently dinged his vehicle's door. The cop had parked his vehicle in the emergency unloading area of the hospital, which is only approved for ambulances, for unknown reasons. When the ambulance arrived to offload the patient, the officer elected not to move his vehicle, leaving it in the path of the EMTs. As the paramedic discharged the patient, the ambulance door accidentally str