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3 Cops Surround Unarmed Man, Block Him In, Fill Him With Holes for Backing Up

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Stoney Ramirez, 23, was  an individual  of interest  within the  death of  a person  at a homeless camp in Hayward, California in May. Police eventually located Ramirez 3 weeks later, and moments after finding him, he'd be shot  quite  a dozen times for  retreating  of a driveway. Police  haven't  yet said how they were  ready to  link Ramirez to the  May Day  killing or what the man's connection to the neighborhood was. When they found him on May 20, parked  during a  driveway in Hayward, they unloaded on him before  they might  determine  if he was guilty or not. For nearly three months, police withheld the body camera footage. When asked why, the department claimed it initially withheld the footage to "Preserve the integrity of the investigation." "We take  the utilization  of force very seriously, especially when it  leads to  death," Hayward  captain  Toney Chaplin said. "We're sharing this information with our community, so  you've got

Fox News Sunday Interview w/ Joe Ested, PBM Founder and CEO

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🗣BEATDOWN/COMMON SENSE = $825K OF CIVIL PAYOUT

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Driver refuses to show ID; Michigan officer smashes Violators window

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Taylor, Michigan, Calvin Jones had a few questions during a traffic stop; it ended badly. Officer C. Vines found him guilty of "Contempt of Cop". Goal: Survive Police Encounters. #ComplyandComplain As a social justice advocate and law enforcement expert, Sgt. Dorsey spoke alongside California Assemblymember Dr. Shirley Weber before the California Assembly Committee on Public Safety regarding AB392. Sgt. Dorsey’s participation, in part, led to Governor Newsom signing into law on August 19, 2019, California Assembly Bill 392, a police use-of-force bill that redefines the circumstances under which the use of lethal force by a peace officer is considered justifiable. For over two decades, Retired Los Angeles Police Department(LAPD) Sergeant Cheryl Dorsey worked exclusively in patrol and specialized units in all four Bureaus within the City of Los Angeles; South, Central, West and Valley. In addition to various patrol division assignments, Sgt. Dorsey was assigned to the i