Baby injured and STILL suffering after police raid gone wrong

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The content below was shared by a woman who stated that “this is absolutely disgusting And completely unacceptable. They gave permanently disfigured this innocent baby. My heart breaks for this family, they deserve justice!”

Date of Incident: May 28, 2014
Individuals Responsible: Unnamed Habersham County SWAT members
Outfit: Habersham County Sheriff’s Office
Phone: (706) 839-0500

While sleeping, parents heard an explosion and a flash of light. They heard their baby crying too. Then a swat member pulled his fathers shoulder back so far, he caused two severe shoulder injuries as they pinned him down. The wife was asking for her son, when the cop told her to ‘shut up and sit down’. They heard him screaming, and the father saw blood on the floor. He demanded to know who’s blood it was, they were silent.

When they got yo the hospital after the officers put the baby in the ambulance without showing him to his parents, they saw his chest had a hole in it, AND his face was seriously disfigured.

My husband and I have a baby right now, we watched this episode of The Doctors and grew livid. They have over $1,000,000 in medical debt, and of course no charges have been filed.

The kicker? The person they were raiding the house for didn’t even live there. It was the father’s nephew they were looking for. The family doesn’t even live there, they had fallen on hard times after their home in Wisconsin caught on fire.

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EDITORS NOTE: In July when Rob Hustle released his song “Call the Cops” he noted: “Proceeds from this song will be donated to Baby Bou Bou, whose face was blown up by a police stun grenade.”

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ISP Investigates Marion Officer Involved In Shooting

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Below is the write-up about an incident that transpired in Marion, Indiana on November 16th. The italic text is from a local media outlet, the bolded text was shared by the person who submitted this content, which are much more commonsensical and objective.

Date of Incident: November 16, 2014
Individual Responsible: Not disclosed
Outfit: Marion Police Department
Phone: (765) 662-9981

From WANE.com:

MARION, Ind. (WANE) – The condition of a man shot by a Marion Police officer has improved since the Sunday incident.

Police said Chris Cook was armed and running away from officers following a reported disturbance at 2805 South Boot Street in Marion. He was in critical condition on Sunday but had improved to serious condition by Tuesday.

According to police, 26-year-old Cook was seen walking near the street where the incident had occurred when police responded to the disturbance around 4:30 a.m. on Sunday. As the officer exited his police car to speak with him, Cook ran away and the officer chased after him, according to the police report.

Mr Cook was stopped to question as merely stopped as a potential witness, prior to responding to an unknown disturbance call a couple blocks away. For all the officer knew, he had nothing to do with the disturbance.

Police said the officer asked Cook to stop multiple times while he ran for about two blocks. During the chase, the officer saw Cook holding what appeared to be a handgun. Cook was told to drop the gun and show his hands several times. Police believe he made a motion as if turning to the officer, and was shot one time in his rear right torso.

Sure, Cook should not have run…never run from police. But there are plenty of reasons why people run. They’re scared, or they have a warrant for something else, or whatever.

Okay…People are allowed to carry guns! Its unclear whether Cook even pointed the gun at the officer.

The officer says he “feared for his life” but hello… the man was *RUNNING AWAY FROM HIM* How about the other way around… Cook feared for HIS life and ran.

As is standard operating procedure, the Marion officer has been placed on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation. The Indiana State Police, at the request of the Marion Police Department, is investigating the shooting. No one else was injured during the confrontation.

Oh and of course, the officer is put on paid vacation…I mean administrative leave.

Editors Note: It is telling just how much corporate media “journalists” just regurgitate whatever “facts” they are told by self-proclaimed “authorities.” When you read any such content you are encouraged to see through the one-sided narrative and question, what if the police employees actions had been done by a non-police employee – would the same tact be taken by the corporate media outlets? Would the “authorities” have remained moot on the name of the shooter? Also, just how impartial will an investigation of a police employee by another police employee be?

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Illegal Search by Two of San Diego’s “Finest”

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The content below was shared by a woman who’s home was invaded by two men wearing San Diego Police Department badges.

Date of Incident: 10-10-2014
Individuals Responsible: David Cupples Badge #5479, Brett Byler Badge #6918
Outfit: San Diego Police Department
Phone: (619) 531-2777
Address: 1401 Broadway, MS 700, San Diego, CA 92101,

To: Chief of Police, 1401 Broadway, MS 700, San Diego, CA 92101, (619) 531-2777, And Sgt. Nicholas Link (Badge #6278)
CC: Susan Davis, Representative of the 53rd District
CC: Chief of Police, 1401 Broadway, MS 700, San Diego, CA 92101, (619) 531-2777
CC: Internal Affairs Unit 1401 Broadway, MS 709, San Diego CA 92101, (619) 531-2801
Subject: Illegal Search of Home and Unnecessary Force

Two San Diego Police Officers conducted an illegal search of my home and used unnecessary force on 10 Nov 2014. The two officers are identified as 1. David Cupples, Badge #5479 2. Brett Byler #6918.

These 2 individuals came into my home with no permission or probable cause on the 10th of November 2014 at around 9:30 pm. They received a tip from neighbors about a woman screaming. When they had arrived at my home, there was only quiet and no probable cause existed to enter into my home. My husband and I were sleeping in bed. They intruded into my living room through opening my unlocked front door which was shut closed. Police may only enter a home without a warrant under “exigent circumstances” where there is a reasonable belief that there is an immediate need to protect their lives or the lives of others.

After they were inside, my husband and I came into the living room with shock. They claimed they received phone calls from neighbors. A neighbor’s tip may justify an investigation, but the court has held that, alone, it will rarely establish the level of suspicion to justify a search (United States v. Davis).

I can understand they were attempting to ensure some woman’s safety based on phone calls, but once they investigated (from outside) that nothing illegal had occurred at my residence, they should have left and not entered my home. There was no probable cause to enter. I asked them to leave repeatedly. They refused. In addition, Officer David Cupples was also gruff and grabbed my shirt on my backside in my own living room as I was asking him to leave. This was very unnecessary force on my person.

I do not think this behavior is acceptable and makes me lose a feeling of security by the San Diego Police Department. I encourage that the officers be trained and respect of the law. The San Diego Police department victimized me by neglecting my rights after a supposed call that was intended to protect me.

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The Mind Set Podcast: Episode 216


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Wisconsin Police Family Plants Daughter to Entice Crime

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An individual wanting to inform others in Walworth County of the shenanigans being orchestrated by a husband-and-wife team who purport to serve and protect, who are clearly more interested in serving their own self interests. Hopefully, as this is made more trasnparent, it will have a disinfecting impact on their business as usual.

Date of Incident: Ongoing
Individual Responsible: Sgt Tim Otterbacher, Walworth County Sheriff’s Department, 262-741-4446
Individual Responsible: Chief Lisa Otterbacher,Whitewater Police Department, 262-473-1370

Sergeant Tim Otterbacher of Walworth County Sheriff’s Dept and wife Chief Lisa Otterbacher of Whitewater PD (in Walworth County) repeatedly sent their underage daughter Kaylee Otterbacher to drinking parties. Kaylee then took alcohol at the parties and called her parents who would then bust the parties for distribution to minors. The daughter has never been charged.

Editors Note: Whitewater is home to University of Wisconson-Whitewater, which likely provides ample settings for this ruse to be acted out.

Meanwhile, their 17-year-old son Calvin Otterbacher drove his car onto the local high school’s baseball field and tore up the grass. He has also had complaints against him throwing beer pong parties with other underage drinkers. The son was never charged either.

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Vernal Police Kidnap Videographer Who Was Documenting Their Detainment of His Mom

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The content below was shared via CopBlock.org/Submit by Coty Tabbee, who sought to film two police employees engaging his mom. When he arrived – camera in hand – the police employees immediately sought to censor, and ultimately, resorted to force – kidnapping and caging Tabbee – to do so. What a bunch of cowards.

Incident Date: July 27, 2014
Individuals Responsible: Officer Manning, Officer Larsen
Outfit: Vernal Police Department
Phone: (435) 789-2255

My mother called me and said she was probably going to jail for disorderly conduct and that she was assaulted by her friend but the cops wouldn’t press assault charges. She said that they told her and that she would have to talk to the DA the next day (Monday) and see if she could press charges, then her phone went out.

I headed that way to drive her car so it didn’t get impounded.

She called me back and said he just gave her a citation but wouldn’t press assault charges even though her friend did bodily harm to her and her arm was bleeding and all parties agreed but the police did nothing. I told her to ask for his supervisor and inform him that she wanted to press assault charges.

As I got there I was walking on the public sidewalk and there were two police officers talking to her at her driver side door. I started my cameras and just stood there observing in case they did arrest her. If that happened, I could then drive her car home.

I wasn’t interfering, I didn’t say a word until the cop started talking to me. The officer asked “Can I Help You?” and I said, “This is my Mom” and he said “Go away” I replied “I can be right here and record”

They should of never did anything else beyond that. Officer Manning then came around the car and approached me asking, “What can we do for ya?” Now he involves me?

Manning told me to leave or else I was going to jail. I started backing off but he kept coming towards me. After he slammed be up against the black spiked fence my finger hit the lock button ending the cellphone footage. Luckily I had a camcorder recording also which captured the rest of the incident. As he ripped my phone out of my hand he crushed the glass screen on my phone.

The officer that came around the car was officer Manning, and my arresting officer was Larsen (the other officer in the videos).

As you can see, my mother was not being arrested at the time she was only asking for a supervisor so she could press assault charges and Officer Manning said he was the supervisor. So how I was interfering with an arrest I do not know?

After they placed me in the back of Larsens’ car they then went up to my mothers’ car and arrested her. She is diabetic and has a broken foot and he pulled her out of the car and placed her under arrest and into Mannings’ car.

When we got to the jail they took me in first and I was sitting in a chair. When they brought my mom in she was unconscious. The dragged her by her shoulders and dropped her on the floor. I was shocked to see my mom unconscious and asked “What they did to her? “Officer Manning and Officer Larsen and the deputies in the booking room all stood around her just staring at her.

I asked if they was going to do anything or just leave her there. I was kinda emotional seeing my mother like that and asked them, “Are you going to check her vitals or do anything? She’s diabetic!” One booking officer then went to get a blood sugar tester. Officer Manning and a female booking agent stood there with a smile on their face looking at her and I asked “Is this funny to you guys?” and they stopped smiling.

At some point they placed my into a holding cell with no toilet or sink after I told them I was going to file a lawsuit. They checked her sugar and it was 198! She came too and asked why she was on the floor and was dazed and confused. They finally called and EMT and they came, she kept loosing conscious and they had to initiate CPR chest pumps at least 3 times.

When they placed her on a gurney they had the straps so tight she said she couldn’t breathe multiple times and I yelled “She has asthma!” and they placed some oxygen on her. As they wheeled her off I could her one of the EMTs saying “Come back to us!” and they took her to the hospital.

Officer Larsen then came to me and said if I’m not a “Dick” he would come back and let me know how my mom was. He left to the hospital with my cellphone and camcorder in the back of his cruiser. As they were inventorying my possessions I noticed my cellphone and camcorder were gone and I told them that Officer Larsen still had it in the back of his trunk.

After awhile Officer Larsen came back and told me my mom was fine but the doctor said she was pretty much “faking it”….. They released her from the hospital without booking her in after that. I then bailed out later that night.

I guess they want to fight the First Amendment. I have a good lawyer and he wants to bury these guys if they want to proceed. He’s not afraid to take it to the Supreme Court if we have too.

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Editors Note: Because he sought to capture the truth of the situation through the lenses of his cameras, Tabbee was threatened in legaland with interfering with an arrest, disorderly conduct, and failure to disperse.

 

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This unnecessary use of force by Vernal police employees garnered coverage on KLS.com, by Geoff Liesik, who noted:

Tabbee, 28, was booked into the Uintah County Jail and later charged in Vernal City Justice Court with interfering with an arrest, a class B misdemeanor, and disorderly conduct, an infraction. Oliver was also issued another citation for failure to disperse, a class C misdemeanor.

Austin Riter, a First Amendment lawyer who reviewed both videos but is not otherwise involved in the case, said he does not believe Tabbee broke the law. He said several court rulings have protected people’s right to record or photograph police in public, as long as it doesn’t interfere with an officer’s work or incite others to violence.

“(The police) work in the service of the public, so what they do should be known to the public,” Riter said, “and the public should be able to hold them accountable.”

Vernal Police Chief Dylan Rooks said his department’s officers are not afraid of being recorded on the job and noted that neither of the officers shown in the video ever told Tabbee to stop recording. He said the officers simply wanted Tabbee to back off a safe distance so they could arrest Oliver without any interference.

“This was an officer-safety issue,” the chief said. “You have to base it on the information available to the officers at the time, and from experience and training, we know that whenever Mom is going to jail, a family member might try to stop that from happening.”

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Pretrial Detention is an Assault on Liberty

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The write-up below by Kaetan Mazza was originally posted to NewYorkNatives.com on 2014.11.12. A relative of his shared it, and it is reposted here as it makes clear the misallocation of resources and rampant rights-violations caused by the structure and actors of the injustice system. 

Hear Me Out: Pretrial Detention is an Assault on Liberty
by Kaetan Mazza

America locks up a lot of people. By any metric you consider, it tends to be at or near the top of any list tallying prisoner populations. This fact, in itself, is not so damning until combined with the fact that most of those locked up are charged with nonviolent crimes. What’s worse is that the vast majority of the jailed aren’t even proven criminals. They’re suspects awaiting trial, languishing as the slow wheels of justice churn through their case.

I’ll admit, I have kind of a unique perspective on criminal law. I have close friends and family who have served honorably in law enforcement; my kin specifically in the NYPD. I understand their various opinions. From them I can begin to appreciate the complexities and subtleties of protecting and serving. I, on the other hand, have instinctual criminal tendencies. As a rule, I try to break any law I find idiotic, and often violate even the ones I agree with. This amalgamation of influence in my life has afforded me the opportunity to see the penal system from both sides of the bars.

Last year, while driving around Brooklyn, scrambling to accomplish tasks for work, I made the unfortunate decision of answering my phone while behind the wheel. Immediately, and seemingly out of thin air, one of NYC’s finest appeared in front me and signaled for me to pull over.

After several minutes a female officer arrived at the scene and approached my window with cuffs drawn and a hand on her service pistol. Apparently I had an unpaid ticket from 2008. Not surprisingly, I did not recall the incident. I was, as she said, “going down.” Having several hundred dollars on me, I pleaded with them to allow me to pay my fine with late fees. My appeals were met with unsympathetic assertions of protocol.

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From there I was placed in a holding cell by myself for several agonizing hours while being processed into the system. During this time I was refused food, water, and any contact with the outside world. The thought of the worry and fury my absence was causing was extremely stressful.

Following a spell of solitude a man was placed in the cell with me. By his own account, he was in the thralls of severe PCP intoxication. If you have never witnessed anyone under the influence of this obscure drug, it can be both hilarious and terrifying.  Luckily he remained somewhat calm, alternating between twitchy incoherent rambling and comatose distant stares. I remained acutely aware of the possibility of an uncontrollable freak out at any moment.

About four hours in, I was given the opportunity to make a phone call. Unfortunately I was also told by a guard that I would have to spend the night and see a judge in the morning. I called one of my coworkers to let them know I was OK and discuss how to mitigate the problems my arrest had caused.

After about five hours in confinement, by which point I had been given about thirty seconds with a water fountain and no food, I was handcuffed again and put in a van with two other men.  As I was transported to another facility, one of those men told me, unsolicited, how sick he was going to get as his heroin withdrawal set in. He held back none of the disgusting details.

Upon arrival I was placed in a bigger cell that held about fifteen other unsubstantiated criminals, including my van mates. Chatter revealed that we were all low level offenders. There were a few shoplifters, drug possessors, and people like me who failed to pay tickets.

Looking around the room, one of the thornier, more insidious aspects of our justice system became strikingly apparent. Out of the fifteen men, ten would probably identify as black (with about eight of those men under the age of 23), four were noticeably unstable, most had admitted substance abuse problems, and all except myself would be facing the world penniless upon release. This is significant because they represent segments of society that bear the disproportionate brutality of the law. Most of the charges represented in the room would elicit no more than a citation, for most accused. If they did, most would easily bail out.

I slowly started to accept the miserable conditions. My discomfort with the metal bench that I would have to sit on throughout the night, the arctic air blowing in through the vents, and the smells of fifteen men began to dull.

Then my former van mate’s earlier predictions came to fruition. If you’re unfamiliar, severe heroin withdrawal involves explosive diarrhea and uncontrollable vomiting. Needless to say in this enclosed space, it was horrifying. Most of us clustered in the corner of the cell opposite the wretched oozing creature hunched over the toilet. Others, unfazed, took advantage of newly open bench space.

As if on cue, that was when it was decided that we should be fed, and when the corrections officers brought in several McDonald’s bags, a few of us were cautiously optimistic. That optimism was immediately crushed with one bite of the stale food. None of us could force down more than a few bites though we were ravenously hungry. I asked for water and was directed to a faucet near the toilet. It was so rusted and filthy and so near the source of the vomit-shit smell, I decided to go thirsty. We asked that the sick man be moved, they said they’d see what they can do; apparently they never saw anything.

The night wore on for what felt like months. The worst of it wasn’t the grime, gnawing hunger, smell or discomfort. It was the excruciating boredom. The room was bright, cold and crowded, so sleep was not an option. We were allowed no possessions. There wasn’t even any signage in the cell.  Minutes crawled along at a pace that made my balls ache.

Finally, I was released without charge because of a lack of supporting evidence, by a judge who acted as though he had done me a favor. Nearly thirty-six hours after I’d been arrested, I was free. In dirty clothes and with a dead phone, I trudged home wondering if I still had a job. I felt sorry for my cellmates with unsympathetic bosses, kids to pick up, and tenuous relationships. For at least two men this process had made them homeless.

Whatever your political persuasion (unless you’re a fascist), the idea that a mere accusation can result in extended confinement should offend your sense of justice. Liberty and the pursuit of happiness are our most fundamental rights. If someone is to be stripped of that for any period of time, before the due process of law has run its course, I believe there must be an exceptional reason. The only conceivable reason for this would be to protect the public from a potentially violent criminal. There may be a small case for the high-flight-risk, nonviolent felon, but GPS technology has made this concern nearly obsolete.

Why not end the practice of pretrial bondage for nonviolent offenses? Most of them don’t require jail time anyway. It’s cheaper and fairer to cite and release the accused than to house and feed them in despicable conditions. It doesn’t offer a free pass for low-level criminality — sanctions can and should be meted out, but only after allegations have been proven. Punishing people beforehand is a black eye for Lady Justice, no matter how obscured by her blindfold.

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Ed Brown, Caged For Questioning Ransom, Shares Thoughts

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A while ago I wrote to Ed Brown, caged, along with his wife Elaine, for asking for proof that they owed some strangers the money they had earned. Ed wrote me back and his eight-page letter is shared below – not necessarily because I personally am aligned with everything Ed puts-forth, but because:

  • I know his caging to be unjust (he was never accused of harming a person or property not his own, only for failing to comply with the dictates of self-proclaimed “authorities” – something any questioning person should do)
  • his ability to reach and interact with others is limited, and, as he took such a principled stand, wanted to help make sure more folks are aware of his plight and perspective

For daring to question the statist quo, Ed, who is now 72-years-old, is told that he’ll be caged until 2045.

I may not agree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it. - Voltaire

 

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Write to Ed:

Federal Correctional Institution
Edward J. Brown
#03923-049
14601 Burbridge Rd. SE
Cumberland, MD  21502

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