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How I Was Assaulted and Extorted By Police Officers Dressed in SARS Uniforms, Notorious For Terrorizing Residents of Akwa Ibom — Recently Married Man

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A recently married man claims that certain police officers wearing the branded uniforms of the infamous Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), which was abolished last year after #EndSARS demonstrations, extorted him and his trainee. According to him, this might suggest that SARS has been resurrected in Akwa Ibom State. SARS was infamous for its violence, extrajudicial executions, and violations of human rights. Mohammed Adamu, the former Inspector General of Police, announced the disbandment of the police squad on October 11, 2020, after a countrywide outcry against its violence. The guy bemoaned to SaharaReporters that he and his apprentice were allegedly extorted of N25,000 by operatives dressed in SARS uniforms at the Area Command in Ikot Ekpene. He said that he was handcuffed by police officers in the manner of a criminal while his home was searched. Bassey Nyong was recognised as the head of the squad that abused and extorted him by the service engineer. "That day was a Monday,

The Lagos Police arrest and extort youngsters in masse – 'because it is the holiday season.'

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Olayinka, a social media influencer, told how police officers assigned to the Ilasan Police Station in Lekki, Lagos, arrested and extorted him of N20,000. On Friday, about 11:45 p.m., Olayinka was on his way home when a white shuttle, also known as korope, came to a halt near him and police officers alighted from the vehicle urged him to jump in. "I refrained from arguing with them since they were armed. Two other danfo buses were parked behind the shuttle, both of which belonged to police personnel. They searched me and discovered nothing incriminating, yet they refused to release me," Olayinka told FIJ. "Police officers drove to Chevyview estate and started arbitrarily arresting individuals. Numerous individuals were detained, including those standing in front of their homes. They arrived at Chevyview about 12 a.m., and their two danfo buses were packed with residents." The police officers did not inform Olayinka or the other individuals detained of their wrongdoi

Cop Hammers Woman in the Face for Taunting Him — Dept Rules it Justified, Claiming it was to ‘Distract’ Her

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Antonio Rodriguez, a Miami-Dade police officer, was removed from duty in July 2020 after he was captured on body camera video waylaying a tiny lady in the face. What was the woman's crime? "You behaving like you're white," he taunted the cop. Rodriguez has been paid back pay and acquitted of all accusations more than a year after going viral and losing his job, and the department has justified the strike as a "distraction." According to the Miami Herald, the decision not to charge Rodriguez was made in a final letter issued Tuesday by the Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office. The event occurred in June 2020 at Miami International Airport. The two were having a conversation when the lady became enraged and began insulting him. "You're portraying yourself as white when you're really black... What are your intentions?" the lady inquires. Paris Anderson, who is not wearing a mask, then jumps in the officer's face just as he is about to ad

Cops Smack Man’s Phone Out of His Hand, Flip Him Off, Then Beat the Hell Out of Him — For Filming

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In every state, filming police officers is perfectly lawful. However, police officers often overstep their power and arrest, abuse, and assault innocent persons for the constitutionally permitted act of photographing their actions in public. As the following New Orleans case demonstrates, police officers would go to tremendous and often violent measures to avoid being videotaped, even assaulting and fraudulently detaining an innocent man. Jacobi Cage had done nothing wrong, committed no crime, and was only photographing police officers who had just broken up a brawl during a parade on the night he was detained and assaulted by police. Innocence, on the other hand, did not constitute a defence. Cage was recording when he was instructed to move aside by an unnamed officer. Cage listened to the deputy and took a few steps back, but this was evidently insufficient for Det. Nicholas Broussard, who was so incensed by Cage's First Amendment privilege that he knocked the phone out of Cage&

Four Abuja Police Officers Arrested on Extortion Charges

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Four police officers in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), have been arrested on the instructions of Babaji Sunday, the FCT's Commissioner of Police (CP), for suspected extortion. ASP Josephine Adeh, the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), said in an Abuja statement on Wednesday that the order followed a viral extortion video circulating on social media in which officers on traffic duty along with Area 11, Abuja intercepted and extorted money from an unidentified man. Adeh said that the cops had been brought into custody for questioning in order to ascertain the circumstances surrounding the incident. "The Police would like to invite anybody who knows how to contact the young guy in the video to provide the Command with his contact information or to transmit an invitation to the Command's Public Relations Office. "The CP expressed profound surprise at the news and termed the officers' behaviour as discreditable,

'You Are Without Light!' —Cops Shatter an Innocent Man's Leg in Search of a Missing Bicycle Light

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Police officers have the authority and will detain and extort you in the land of the free for poor bicycle illumination. If you attempt to flee this extortion, you risk being run over by a police car, attacked by a police K9, or, as shown by the following event, hospitalised with a fractured leg. Derrick Roundtree had done no wrong, committed no crime, and was only riding his bicycle home from a neighbouring convenience shop on the night he was assaulted by police and hospitalised. Roundtree proceeded to his friend's residence in the Tidewater Gardens public housing development after leaving the business. Roundtree rode his bicycle home on Christmas Eve 2018, passing a Norfolk police officer in the route. As Roundtree rode past, that cop, Aaron Christie, quickly flashed his lights and yelled something inaudible over the loudspeaker. Roundtree, riding his bicycle, was convinced that the cop was pursuing someone else, and so he kept riding slowly back to his friend's home. Christ

Taxpayers fork out $5 million after cops on 'LIVE PD' killed a man for failing to dim headlights.

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Javier Ambler, a 40-year-old postal worker, was reportedly driving home after a friendly poker game when he failed to lower his headlights as he passed another car. This is certainly something that everyone reading this post has done at some time in their lives. However, Ambler would be dead an hour later as a result of driving past a Williamson County sheriff's officer. Now, some three years after his death, Williamson County taxpayers have been informed that they will be paying $5 million to Ambler's family in a wrongful death case. "While the Ambler family is devastated by the loss of their son and loving father, they are proud that they fought for him and hope that this settlement and the changes made at Williamson County as a result of this case send a strong message to law enforcement that ignoring a person's pleas for help will no longer be tolerated," Jeff Edwards, the family's attorney, said Tuesday. The Austin American-Statesmen reports that the sett

After the Rittenhouse verdict, the girl facing life in prison for killing a child sex trafficker should be freed.

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Last month, the internet and streets erupted in both outrage and excitement after Kyle Rittenhouse's acquittal on all counts by a jury of his peers in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The jury ruled that Rittenhouse was justified in murdering two persons and injuring another in self-defence. Additionally, in Kenosha, only two years before Rittenhouse murdered two and injured a third, another 17-year-old defended herself from her abuser. Unlike Rittenhouse, Chrystul Kiser's assailant, on the other hand, had been assaulting her and threatening her life for more than a year. Kiser, like Rittenhouse, was 17 years old when she fatally shot Randall Volar and set fire to his home in June 2018. She met the paedophile sex trafficker a year earlier when she was sixteen, and he immediately started promoting the young melanin girl on Backpage. Since then, the website has been shut down for selling underage girls on the internet for sex. Backpage was shut down by the federal government in 2018. Michael

Innocent Concealed Carry Permit Holder Killed by Cop Bringing Lunch to Grandma

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Casey Christopher Goodson Jr., 23, had no criminal record, was not sought by police, and was delivering lunch to his grandmother when he was shot and killed by Jason Meade, a Franklin County Sheriff's office working with a United States Marshals Service fugitive task team. His grandma and Goodson's 5-year-old brother stood in front of them as Goodson died, their Subway sandwiches laying in a pool of blood. Meade has been charged with murder over a year after killing Goodson. Saturday will commemorate a year since Goodson's death. Meade was permitted to retire in July. "Neither the indictment nor the timing were unexpected," Mark Collins, Meade's police union-appointed attorney, said. "We aim to forcefully defend him and ensure that he is allowed the due process protections guaranteed by the Constitution." The news, however, delighted Goodson's mother, who wrote on her Facebook page Thursday morning, in all capital letters and with many exclamatio

The cop who shot and killed an unarmed man on video is on trial.

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Daunte Wright was targeted by police for a claimed expired tag only miles from where George Floyd breathed his last breaths on Earth as they were crushed from his body by officer Derek Chauvin. Because the American police state is a violent behemoth incapable of self-control, Wright would be slain within seconds of the stop by those claiming to protect him. Immediately after Wright's death, the police claimed it was an accident, but that quickly changed as footage appeared. Wright "died of a gunshot wound to the chest and the manner of death is murder," the Hennepin County medical examiner determined in April. However, authorities sought to minimise the killing by alleging that the officer who shot Wright, Kim Potter, mistook her taser for her pistol. Regardless of whose weapon she believed she was wielding, her actions resulted in the death of a 20-year-old man. Additionally, the video indicates that she had enough time — five seconds — to establish that the pistol in he