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The Most Terrifying Video Ever Shows a Police K-9 Ripping a Woman's Scalp Off for Suspected Shoplifting

In all of our years of reporting on severe K-9 police dog attacks, the PBWW website has never covered an incidence as heinous as the following. Officer Ryan Rezentes and his K-9 Marco assaulted an unarmed lady who posed no danger to the police. Talmika Bates' scalp was pulled from her head during the unlawful assault, which occurred without notice. The incident occurred on Feb. 10, 2020, and body camera video from the event was disclosed this week as part of a lawsuit against the city of Brentwood and the Brentwood police department. Authorities responded to a shoplifting report at an Ulta store that day, according to police. Bates and two other ladies were accused of robbing the business of several things before fleeing. Bates was hiding in a field behind some shrubs when police came. Rezentes, the complaint alleges, gave no warning and did not even order Bates to come out of the bushes before squeezing Marco on the unarmed, non-threatening lady. Though the footage is blurry, the

Police Officer Shot Therapist for Helping Lost Autistic Man

Charles Kinsey's police shooting on July 18, 2016, upset the country, as video evidence showed Kinsey laying on his back with his hands in the air, pleading with the policemen not to kill his patient, who was clutching a toy - but a policeman shot him instead. Because American people have been socialised to tolerate widespread police ineptitude and brutality, the officer who shot him was cleared of two attempted murder charges in 2019, with just a single misdemeanour charge of culpable negligence remaining. Even that smack on the wrist, though, has been rectified now. In 2017, State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle did something she had never done in her 24 years in office: she charged a policeman, officer Jonathon Aledda, with a crime involving an on-duty shooting. However, all of this was in vain. Aledda's sentence for culpable negligence was reversed last month, allowing him to remain a policeman. An appeals court quietly revoked Aledda's conviction last Wednesday, no

Cops kidnap children, drop a toddler on his face, and cover it up while robbing an innocent father.

Corey Marioneaux Jr., 24, is a father of two and a churchgoer who protected his family from armed attackers. He has no criminal record. Marioneaux is charged with attempted murder of a law enforcement officer since the invaders were police. He's absolutely blameless. Fortunately, no one was murdered during the early morning raid, in which police used a battering ram to knock down Marioneaux's front door and barge into his living room. Marioneaux, a father of two, would have been justified in killing one of the invaders if he had done so while his two children, ages 1 and 3, were sleeping in his room. As we previously reported, cops said they "knocked" on his home door for 10 seconds, but most people are still sleeping at this hour, so it's easy to miss them. Even though the banging didn't wake him up, Marioneaux sprang to his feet, got his handgun, and defended his family as his door was broken in with a ram. He would fire one shot at the armed invaders stormi

Cops Attack Innocent Disabled Man, Ripping Off His Prosthetic Leg

Waverly Lucas, 48, had done no crime, hurt no one, and was only trying to enter inside a convenience store on the day he was assaulted, according to his attorney. Innocence in the land of the free, however, is no protection against police aggression, as users of the PBWW Channel website know. Lucas is now suing Suffolk County after Suffolk's finest left him with a shattered orbital bone, clouded eyesight, a broken wrist, and serious mental damage. "What occurred in Waverly is a microcosm of what occurs every day in melanated and brown neighbourhoods at the hands of the police," Lucas' Melville attorney Heather Palmore said. Despite announcing an internal inquiry into the event, police have declined to provide any further information regarding the stop. The cops, according to Lucas, wrongly accused him of urinating in public. Because he was not charged with anything linked to urinating in public, we know this is also incorrect. The cops asked Lucas' identification

Cop shoots fellow cop after mistaking him for a suspect during a search warrant.

In November 2019, officers from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department and agents from the FBI's Safter Streets Task Force conducted a SWAT raid on Larry McConneyhead in the early morning hours for selling narcotics considered unlawful by the state. McConneyhead never fired a shot at any of the cops, however, agent Clarence Delano Belton Jr. was struck by three rounds. Belton was shot multiple times — not by McConneyhead shots, but by police bullets — as a result of his trigger-happy buddies assisting him in arresting a guy for peddling narcotics. Now, Charlotte taxpayers will be held accountable. According to police, they were serving the warrant just before 6 p.m. in November 2019 when they saw McConneyhead on his driveway, rolling out his garbage for collection. McConneyhead fled inside when he spotted the armed bunch of individuals approaching him. According to police, when they pursued McConneyhead back to his house, he reportedly confronted them with a revolver at the do

Father Convicted of Attempted Murder for Defending His Family Against Intruders—Who Were Cops

Corey Marioneaux Jr., 24, is a father of two and a devout churchgoer with no prior convictions. As a result, when he heard his front door smashed last week just before 5 a.m. while he slept in his bed, the last thing on his mind was, "it must be the cops; I'll just act completely defenceless with my wife and children in the house." Rather than that, he did what any father or husband would: he defended himself. Unfortunately for Marioneaux, it was the cops, and defending his family against them, that landed this innocent father in jail, where he now faces a lengthy sentence. Fortunately, no one was killed during the early morning raid in which police used a battering ram to break down Marioneaux's front door and storm into his living room. However, if this father of two had actually killed one of the intruders, he would have been justified. Though police claimed they "knocked" on his front door for ten seconds, the majority of people are still asleep at this

Cops Execute Innocent Man While He Slept on Sofa During No-Knock Raid on Wrong Person

Following George Floyd's death in May 2020, the country engaged in heated arguments about how to address the issue of excessive force in the land of the free. After significant suggestions by then-Congressman Justin Amash and Senator Rand Paul to abolish qualified immunity and no-knock warrants were mostly disregarded, other communities stepped in and proposed local remedies. Minneapolis – the agency responsible for Floyd's death — was one of these actors who said they would severely limit the use of no-knock orders. However, as we anticipated at the time, this looks to have been a case of smoke and mirrors. Minneapolis announced in November 2020 that it would be limiting the use of no-knock warrants by imposing severe limitations on their usage. No-knock warrants are only authorised under those standards in high-risk situations, such as a hostage scenario. "With the exception of exceptional situations, such as a hostage scenario, MPD officers will be obliged to declare th

Police Punish 13-Year-Old Girl for "Getting Too Close"

This week, Phoenix police are dealing with the fallout from a video showing an officer beating a 13-year-old girl. The child was first accused of exiting a stolen automobile, authorities said. Later reports said that the child was not in the automobile and was just coming up to the scene. In the footage, four cops hold the girl as another officer repeatedly strikes her in the face. Throughout the assault, the lady recording it repeatedly yells “she's a minor!” But it made no difference. The girl was charged with a serious assault. In the footage, there is a minor girl inside an inhabited stolen car. “At least two persons were detained, including that juvenile female,” Phoenix Police Sgt. Ann Justus told FOX 10. That was the first claim. As previously stated, police then amended their statement and said that the youngster was not in the stolen automobile. PHX PD update Initially, the adolescent girl was thought to have exited a stolen car. Now we're informed she "approached