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Post time 2008-4-19 05:56:57 |Display all floors
Originally posted by unimane at 2008-4-18 20:56
In fact, in my travels, I have found the American police to be the most effective and least corrupt force in the world.

Have you been travelling with your head up your @ss?
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Post time 2008-4-19 07:52:23 |Display all floors
Originally posted by gotohell at 2008-4-19 05:56

Have you been travelling with your head up your @ss?

Sounds like your morning exercise routine and what you do before you sign on to the China Daily forum.
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Post time 2008-4-21 13:21:12 |Display all floors
Originally posted by gotohell at 2008-4-19 05:56

Have you been travelling with your head up your @ss?

LOL !!

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Post time 2008-4-21 13:30:36 |Display all floors

Police State

I live in a town with a population of about 14,000. Just the other night, our electricity was out due to a transformer exploding. I drove around the neighborhood to see if the electric company was working on the problem, and it wasn't long until I was being followed by the police. Then I drove by the polioce station and I counted 6 patrol cars sitting there. Counting the cop that was following me, that's about 4 more than we need here.

Oh yeah, then we have 2 park rangers patroling 2 parks that consist of a couple of baseball feilds and a couple of small picnic areas. Like the 7 patrol cars that I mentioned can't patrol those?

Sneeze without your seatbelt on here and you can count on being surrounded by all of the abone mentioned!

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Post time 2008-4-27 03:19:54 |Display all floors
NY police cleared in 50-bullet wedding day shooting
Updated: 2008-04-26 20:02

NEW YORK - Three New York City police detectives were acquitted on Friday in the killing of an unarmed black man in a hail of 50 bullets on his wedding day -- prompting angry demonstrations and a federal review.

A New York state judge cleared two officers of manslaughter and a third of reckless endangerment in the death of Sean Bell, 23, who was shot, along with two friends, after a bachelor party at a strip club in November 2006.

Federal authorities said they would consider civil rights charges under a review by the Justice Department, federal prosecutors and the FBI.

They will "take appropriate action if the evidence indicates a prosecutable violation" of federal civil rights laws, the Justice Department said in a statement.

After the verdict, hundreds of demonstrators yelled, pushed and shoved as police, reporters and spectators packed the sidewalk outside the court building in the borough of Queens.

"They're murderers, criminals, and they are going to rot in hell where they belong," one man shouted.

Later, about 1,000 people marched from the courthouse to the site of the shooting, pumping fists, shouting "Justice for Sean Bell. NYPD go to hell" and counting from 1 to 50.

Mayor Michael Bloomberg appealed for calm.

"We don't expect violence or law-breaking, nor is there any place for it," Bloomberg said.

'Close the city down'

Civil rights leader Al Sharpton, highly critical of the police and influential in New York's black community, called for wider protests.

"They want us to act crazy so they would have an excuse to do more," Sharpton said on his radio show. "We are going to be strategic. We are going to close the city down in a non-violent, effective way."

The killing of the groom and wounding of his two friends on Bell's wedding day, with 50 shots fired at the unarmed men, outraged New York's black community.

In a similar case nearly a decade ago, four police officers who fired 41 shots were acquitted in the death of an unarmed West African man, Amadou Diallo.

"It shows that there is no justice in America for the black man," said B.M. Marcus, a community organizer. "This is telling us the cops can do whatever they want and get away with it."

Gescard Isnora, a black Hispanic undercover officer who fired first, said he followed Bell and his friends to Bell's car believing they were getting a gun to settle a dispute at the club. Isnora said he opened fire after being grazed by Bell's car as the men tried to drive away.

The other officers -- one black and one white -- arrived after the initial confrontation and said they believed Isnora was being fired at from inside the car.


The officers gave brief statements thanking their friends and families.

"I'd like to say sorry to the Bell family for the tragedy," said Marc Cooper, who was charged with reckless endangerment.

Isnora and Mike Oliver were charged with manslaughter.

The three waived their right to a jury trial in favor of a judge. Defense lawyers said jurors in Queens were likely to be biased against the officers due to intense media coverage of the case.

State Supreme Court Judge Arthur Cooperman suggested the officers acted poorly but said their actions were less than criminal.

"Questions of carelessness and incompetence must be left to other forums," he said.

The judge said some prosecution witnesses contradicted themselves from prior statements and may have had motivation to lie. Bell's fiancee and the two survivors of the shooting have sued the city in a civil case. ... ntent_6646200_2.htm

A photo of Sean Bell, a 23-year-old bridegroom whom police said was shot and killed on his wedding day along with two other men, who were injured, after police opened fire on them, with his fiancee Nicole Paultre and one of his children is displayed at a candlelight memorial at the scene of the incident in New York in this November 27, 2006 file photo. [Agencies]
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Post time 2008-4-27 03:25:35 |Display all floors
American Justice: Textbook case of how to shoot a black man and get away with it!

Human right violation against minorities in America is more worsen than the China dealing with the Tibetan.
If you are non-white you will be treated as sub-human and how could US preach about human right to the world when its human right violation is so terrible at home.

Amswer: Because they white and know that they can do whatever they like to other races and get away with it! On top of that, the same thing happens in Europe. That is why they don't speak out against each other.

Protesters march along Sutphin Blvd after the three detectives in the shooting death of Sean Bell were found not guilty in New York City, April 25, 2008. [Agencies]
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Post time 2008-6-18 02:27:33 |Display all floors
Police: Officer Kills Man Who Beat Child To Death

TURLOCK, Calif., Jun. 15, 2008(AP)

A 27-year-old man was fatally shot by police as he kicked, punched and stomped a young toddler to death in front of horrified motorists who tried to stop the attack on a dark country road, authorities said.

Investigators on Sunday were trying to establish the relationship between the suspect and the child they say he killed Saturday night. The Stanislaus County coroner said the boy appeared to be between 1 and 2 years old based on his size, according to county sheriff's deputy Royjindar Singh.

"It's been a long night of wondering, 'Why?' _ not only for the officers and the passers-by who stopped and tried to help out, but for anyone. Why would somebody do this?" Singh said.

Singh said the coroner does not plan to confirm the identities of the suspect and victim until Monday. Because his injuries were so severe, the child will have to be identified through a blood or DNA test, he said.

The suspect had a child's car seat in the back of his four-door pickup truck. The truck caught the attention of an elderly couple at 10:13 p.m. Saturday because it was stopped in the two-lane road facing the wrong direction, Singh said.

As they got closer, the couple saw the man brutally beating the toddler behind his truck and throwing the child on the ground, according to Singh. Two or three other cars stopped, an unusual number to be passing through the remote area surrounded by a dairy, a cow pasture, a cornfield and a farmhouse, he said.

"What we got from witnesses is he was punching, slapping, kicking, stomping, shaking," Singh said. "They tried to intervene and get involved, but their efforts really didn't have an effect. The suspect was engaged in what he was doing. He just pushed them off and went back to it."

A sheriff's helicopter responding to emergency calls from the area landed in a cow pasture at 10:19 p.m. carrying a Modesto police officer who shot the man to death after he refused an order to stop beating the child, Singh said.

Paramedics tried to resuscitate the toddler, who was not breathing when they arrived. The boy was taken to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

No children within the dead boy's age range have been reported kidnapped or missing in Stanislaus County, Singh said.

The incident happened on Bradbury Road about 10 miles west of Turlock, a city located about halfway between Sacramento and Fresno.


The two sides of America: the trigger happy cop and the sadistic wacko.

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