A Memphis police officer was driving too fast as he tried to chase down a driver for not wearing a seatbelt, so his car ended up upright against a telephone pole, prompting other motorists to slow down and take photos of the incident.
That, of course, prompted other officers to ticket those drivers for driving too slow, according to WREG.
No word yet as to whether the first officer will be ticketed for reckless driving.
I received two requests for the FBI fence jump video. Well, here you go.
He also hot wires his car every morning even though he has the keys. He just likes obstacles
Excessive force was necessary
Springfield, Illinois police spokesman said this after the incident where they tazered an 8 month pregnant woman and slammed her to the ground. In my opinion, this is a blatant admission of guilt.
I didn’t realize that EXCESSIVE force was ever justified.(via beatyourselfup)
End War at Home, End War Abroad
According to the Salt Lake Tribune, at 2:30 am on December 20th, Eric Hill was awoken by his frightened daughter, who had heard knocking near her closet. Then he heard loud banging at his front door.
Frightened at the prospect of a home invasion or burglary, Hill armed himself with a baseball bat and opened the door. Six men in black, armed with assault rifles and tactical weapons, ordered him to drop the bat and placed him in handcuffs. One of the men stated that had Eric had a gun rather than a bat, they would have “blown him away.”
Several of the men entered Hill’s home with their weapons drawn, frightening his wife Melanie Hill and their children. Eric Hill stated, “After the [Newtown, Conn.] shooting that just happened, my [older] kid was already scared to go to school,” and that his children “are just traumatized by this.”
The home invaders that traumatized Hill’s children were from the Ogden Police Department. Yet Hill was not wanted for any crime. He had been mistaken for a different man, charged with “desertion” from the military. …