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Monday, September 01, 2014

Unarmed Man Tasered to Death by Arizona Cops

Littlefield, Arizona police recently tasered a man to death after he tried to flee a the scene of a traffic stop.
The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office explains that the motorcyclist had been stopped on the Arizona Strip, about 90-miles northeast of Las Vegas, after riding his motorcycle with no rear license plate.
Spokeswoman for the Sheriff’s Office, Trish Carter,  said that when police officers attempted to stop the motorcyclist, he fled on foot into the desert.
While police quickly found him hiding in nearby bushes, they decided to taser him for good measure. He was tasered over and over, by multiple officers. Even once he was clearly subdued, the tasering continued.
The deputies handcuffed the man and were leading him towards their cruisers when he stopped breathing.
The killing is now being investigated by the Arizona Department of Public Safety. The deputies involved have been placed on paid administrative leave. The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office has thus far refused to identify the motorcyclist publicly. 
(Article by Jackson Marciana)
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Woman gets beats down by a cop who was masked and he gets paid leave


Are police officers above the law? That certainly seems to be the case, as time after time, cops commit serious crimes and seem to get away with it.
On August 16, a Richmond, California police officer who is supposed to uphold the law now stands accused of breaking it.
The Walnut Creek Police Officer is accused of beating a woman with a baseball bat. The officer deliberately attempted to conceal his identity by wearing a mask.
The officer in question is 53-year old Gregory Thompson. He’s a 30 year veteran of the Walnut Creek Police Department. While he was detained after the attack, and even charged with assault with a deadly weapon and felony vandalism, he is now sitting at home on paid leave… essentially receiving a paid vacation.
Neighbors report that they heard a disturbance around 2 a.m. They then called the police who responded to the calls reporting a woman screaming. They arrested Thompson at the scene.
Richmond police said that Thompson identified himself as a police enforcement officer when he was confronted while sitting nearby in his car.
When the responding cops had a look through the vehicle, they found a mask on the floor and a baseball bat in the trunk.
To make matters more frightening for the general public, Richmond police say that the victim didn’t even know Thompson. She was just a stranger who happened to be at the wrong place at the wrong time. Officer Thompson saw here walking through the area after her car ran out of gasoline.
“We don’t have a motive in this case, but we’re looking at the possibility this was mistaken identity, or someone else was supposed to be targeted. We just don’t know,” Richmond Police Captain Bisa French, explained.
Thompson is out on bail now an Walnut Creek authorities say that he is still an employee and law enforcement officer. He is on paid administrative leave pending results of their internal investigation and related legal proceedings.
Watch the report below and help SPREAD THE WORD if you believe police should not be above the law!
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