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Sanctity of Squirrel Life Sunday: Jerk Cop Edition
By: Barry Belmont

Don’t you love when there’s no consequences for your actions? Big, important police officer’s gotta show nature who’s boss…

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A Policeman’s Duty
By: Barry Belmont

“It is a policeman’s duty to protect men from criminals—criminals being those who seize wealth by force. It is a policeman’s duty to retrieve stolen property and return it to its owners. But when robbery becomes the purpose of the law, and the policeman’s duty becomes, not the protection, but the plunder of property—then it [...]

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Police Brutality Time
By: Barry Belmont

For those of you looking for a reason to be angry, scared, and depressed:

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Oh Thank Goodness the Police Were There…
By: Barry Belmont

…to completely brutalize an innocent bystander. You know, there are just too many innocent bystanders these days. They walk around, thinking they own the joint, it’s good to know there are police out there who are willing to make the tough decisions to send a few of them to the hospital. If you haven’t heard [...]

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Law Enforcement Series: Karolina Obrycka
By: John Russell

Who: A 125 lb bartender named Karolina Obrycka and a 250 lb off-duty police officer named Anthony Abbate What: After Karolina would not serve Abbate anymore drinks in the tavern, he became violent and pummeled the bartender to the ground and continued kicking her. Where: Chicagom Illinois at Jesse’s Shortstop Inn When: Incident: February 2007. [...]

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Law Enforcement Series: Ronnie Holloway
By: John Russell

Who: A 49 year old schizophrenic man by the name of Ronnie Holloway and a policeman by the name of Joseph Rios III What: After complying with a female officer’s request to zip up his jacket while he was on a sidewalk, the male driver of the vehicle they were riding in steps out and [...]

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Law Enforcement Series: McDonalds
By: John Russell

Who: Two Denver police officers and a drive-thru window clerk at McDonalds What: Police officers were becoming increasingly agitated as their order was taking an unusually long time to be prepared.  Apparently it took so long that one of the policeman thought it would be a good idea to motivate the young worker by flashing [...]

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Law Enforcement Series: Maurice White
By: John Russell

Who: An on duty EMT worker named Maurice White, and a Oklahoma state trooper named Daniel Martin What: An Oklahoma state trooper pulled over an ambulance with a patient inside claiming the ambulence refused to yield to the squad car. Even though the paramedic offered to resolve the dispute after dropping their patient off at [...]

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NY Police May Now Taser Suspects in Order to Collect DNA Evidence
By: John Russell

It is now legal for the police in New York to “drive stun” suspects with a taser in order to collect DNA evidence from them. A judgment issued by the New York Supreme Court Judge Sara Sperrazza ruled that the police in Niarga Falls who shocked Ryan Smith into compliance to gather a DNA sample [...]

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Law Enforcement Series: Kathryn Winkfein
By: John Russell

Who: Kathryn Winkfein – A 72-year-old great grandmother What: She was pulled over for driving 15 MPH above the speed limit in a construction zone where she refused to oblige the officers orders, used abusive language, and became “violent”. Where: Highway 71 and Bee Creek in Travis County, Texas When: Incident occurred May 11, 2009, [...]

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