A Melbourne motorist has filmed the moment a police officer pulled his gun on an alleged car thief in a dramatic roadside arrest. Video captured by Brent Mitchell shows the officer pointing his weapon at a man in the driver’s seat of an orange Holden ute on Racecourse Road, Pakenham, today. The officer then drags the ute driver from his vehicle, as more police arrive at the scene. It is alleged the ute was stolen yesterday during a burglary in the town of Beaconsfield Upper, about 13km from Pakenham.
Militant anarchists continued violent protests in Hamburg for the second day as the G20 summit kicked off in the city. According to local press, at least 45 people have been detained and 159 police officers have been wounded in clashes. For the second day, police had to resort to water cannon to disperse protesters while dozens of were set on fire in the suburb of Altona.
As Reuters adds "for the 1,000 hard-left militants who wreaked havoc on the streets of Hamburg, German Chancellor Angela Merkel could not have chosen a better location to hold the G20 summit." That's because the dense, urban environment allows them to disperse and hide easily, and the city is full symbols of the wealth they detest - from the gleaming 800 million euro ($913 million) Elbphilharmonie concert hall to the shipyards that build luxury yachts.
As the July 7-8 summit started on Friday, Black Bloc anarchists and other anti-capitalist protesters sat in groups on main intersections, blocking streets and bridges leading to the summit venue as well as a road used by trucks at Hamburg Port. On Thursday night, they hurled beer bottles, blocked roads using trash bins and set cars on fire.
On Friday morning, G20 protesters staged a sit-in demonstration and blocked a road in Hamburg. Police said that they tried to urge the protesters to disperse peacefully, but then deployed water cannon to clear the road.
Just before the G 20 summit started a left this protester was filmed smashing a police officer in the face with what appears to be a metal pole or a stick.
Over 111 policeman were already injured by leftist terrorists before the G 20 summit even started.
Police say the driver, 31-year-old Carl Philibert, crashed into the building on purpose, targeting a woman he used to have a relationship with.
An intoxicated woman who had been holding up traffic at a Long Beach intersection with her erratic behavior was arrested following a confrontation with an officer on Monday
A video captured by a motorist at the intersection shows the woman shouting expletives at and angrily threatening the officer as passing cars attempt to dodge the situation.
The officer is seen striking her knee with his nightstick in an attempt to subdue her. But she persisted, and the officer is seen hitting her and pushing her to the pavement more forcefully.
She continued struggling against the officer once face-down on the ground, and an unidentified Good Samaritan ran over to help him detain her just as more police cars were pulling up.
FROM FOX43 NEWS - Melissa Dyann Penn and the man were arrested around 2 a.m. Monday on the 400 block of East Market Street. A video posted to Facebook shows an officer repeatedly striking Penn during the arrest.“People go on and they post things that they cut out, or what they want people to know and they say things to incite problems and right now, we don’t need that. We need to look at the totality of everything that happened and make a determination from there.”
Cops Chase Man On The Train Tracks In NY, 2 Of Them Trip Leading To One With A Serious Head Injury!
The Iranian migrants illegally in the nation of Austria tell police officers "We're not stolen, we're not terrorists, we're Iranians, fxxk you!"
The country of Austria is one of the few European nations that have absolutely refuse to accept migrants into their country after seeing the savagery unleashed by their comrades who entered other nations around Europe.
FROM KFYO NEWS - A Lubbock Police Officer was briefly hospitalized with moderate injuries Thursday after a pickup truck rammed into the side of her patrol car.
FROM FOX5 NOW - HORICON -- The Dodge County Sheriff's Office on Thursday, June 29th released the dashcam video of a man crashing his vehicle into a Wisconsin State Patrol trooper’s vehicle during a pursuit in Dodge County Tuesday afternoon, June 27th.
This is the ending of a police chase of a robbery suspect that began in Louisville, Kentucky and ended more than 25 miles away in New Albany, Indiana. I counted 20 police cruisers crossing onto Grant Line Road from the highway chasing the suspect.
FROM KOCO NEWS - A traffic stop in Midwest City took an unexpected turn when an officer discovered an explosive device.
FROM ABC NEWS - A 23-year-old Burnie man is in custody after he allegedly drove his car into two police vehicles at a car park in Devonport.According to a Tasmania Police Facebook post, police had been seeking to arrest the man for some time.
A cop was attempting to make an arrest of an African migrant who was wreaking havoc on the local community when he slipped and was subsequently jumped by fellow African migrants.
Watch as the chaos unfolds.
A construction worker spent 3 months in jail after bits of drywall were mistaken for cocaine during a March 22nd traffic stop. The drywall initially tested positive for cocaine during a field test, but test ended up being a false-positive. A more conclusive test was later done that concluded the substance was negative for any kind of drugs and was in fact drywall residue. Karlos Cashe says he lost 90 days of his life and wants to be compensated. He is also asking for an investigation to be launched.
The UK police running from Muslim terrorists. They are wearing terrorist neckerchiefs and at one point you can clearly see a terrorist flag being waved.
The demonstrators present on Sunday also alleged that Da Costa was “brutally beaten” and some of them highlighted other cases in which black people have been killed and hurt by the police in the past.
The local borough commander, Supt Ian Larnder, stood in the middle of a group of protesters trying to answer their questions and calm tensions.
Some people reacted angrily, saying “you are protecting them” and “you have told us what you can’t do, now tell us what you can do” as members of the crowd pressed him about alleged police brutality.
More questions drowned him out as he told the largely black crowd: “I am here because l care deeply about what is going on.” Larnder also said: “Police officers are all accountable to the law, they are being investigated ... I genuinely feel for you. I will ring the IPCC and ask them what are you doing.”
When one of the campaigners asked if the officers involved in the incident were still working, he said: “I am pretty sure they have not been suspended but removed from operational duties.”
Baltimore County prosecutors have ruled that police were justified in shooting a man who opened fire while on a bus in Dundalk this month, an incident captured by newly released video footage from police and MTA cameras. Blaine Robert Erb, 35, was killed in the shootout with police June 7. A dramatic cell-phone video that showed Erb shooting from the bus was widely viewed on social media after a bystander posted the footage. Police body-camera and MTA surveillance footage was released for the first time Tuesday to The Baltimore Sun based on a public-information request. The new videos show the incident unfold from different angles — from inside the MTA bus, which was equipped with security cameras, and from the body camera worn by one of the four officers who shot at Erb. County prosecutors informed the police department last week that no charges would be filed against the officers who shot at Erb, said county State's Attorney Scott Shellenberger. The videos "greatly contributed to our ability to make a quick decision in this case," Shellenberger said in an interview Tuesday. "It's clear that several officers were in danger and civilians were in danger. The officers had to protect themselves and the community." Two women suffered non-life-threatening injuries in the shooting – a county police officer identified only as Officer Slocum and a 21-year-old bystander whose name was not released. Police said it is not yet clear whose gunfire hit the bystander. "We know that Slocum was shot by Erb," police spokeswoman Officer Jennifer Peach said. "The forensic investigation into who shot the female civilian is still underway." Shellenberger has adopted a policy in which he will release police body camera footage only if there is not a trial pending in the case. He said he released the videos in this case because no charges are pending against anyone. Erb was suspected in the armed robbery of two people in a shopping center parking lot before he got on the bus on busy Dundalk Avenue that Wednesday afternoon. The bus video shows Erb enter the bus and pay his fare. Others on the bus can be heard humming, laughing and talking. Later, two officers responding to the robbery call, including Slocum, are seen entering the bus to look for the robbery suspect later identified as Erb. Shortly after, passengers begin to yell and lean into their seats. Gunshots are heard as someones screams. Soon, people on the bus run out. Once they are gone, Erb can be seen shooting from the doorway, a gun in each hand. The police department has released the last names of three of the officers who fired their weapons, identifying them as Police Officers First Class Carver, Leary and Minton. The agency does not release the full names of officers involved in shootings because of an agreement with the county police union. A fourth officer's last name was not released. Police cited the officer's undercover assignment as the reason. Parts of the incident were also captured by Carver's body camera. Carver was the only officer involved in the shooting who was wearing a body camera, Shellenberger said. Peach said that's because the devices are being gradually distributed among the county's 1,900 officers. About 1,400 officers are scheduled to get cameras by the end of September. A niece of Erb, Ciara Bean, said she believed police could have fired at Erb "with a non-lethal shot." "I wish Blaine would've chosen a different path and decided not to go out and do what he did," she said. "Then my family would still have a part of it that's now missing … I'm not justifying what he did, I just wish there were different methods of stopping what he did other than killing him." Police have said that Erb had a lengthy criminal history in Maryland and other states, with charges including robbery and assault. Crystal Jantz, the mother of Erb's daughter, said Tuesday that she regarded him as "dangerous" and believes police were justified in their actions. "He always said it, he would never go back to prison," Jantz said. "He would die first by the cops shooting him."
A suspected armed robber was arrested Friday afternoon after he held up a man at gunpoint on Rainier Avenue and later fired a shot at officers as they pursued him through the Central District. Just before 1 PM, police received a report of an armed robbery in the 3300 block of Rainier Avenue South, where the suspect had reportedly brandished a handgun and taken another man’s cellphone. The suspect pistol-whipped the victim and one shot was fired during the incident. No one was hit.
Caught on tape, a black man is seen being punched repeatedly by an Atlanta Police Officer and held down by two officers on Friday evening. This video was filmed and submitted to Black Lives Matter Greater Atlanta It is unclear at the time, what actually transpired originally, however contrary to the belief, it appear that the man is offering no resistance, in fact it is a normal reaction for anyone to jerk and move away from anyone who has over 200 lbs or weight on them with a knee in your spine, with brutal punches being delivered to the face and head. It's unreasonable and unfair for someone to expect someone to have their there hands behind their back and be subject to excessive or unreasonable force. .
Devonte Shipman filmed his encounter with Jacksonville Sheriff’s Officer J.S. Bolen after the deputy stopped him for jaywalking last Tuesday. The above video begins with Shipman asking what he did wrong. The officer then explains Shipman and his friend had crossed against the light. “My bad,” Shipman says. Bolen responds by explaining jaywalking is a $65 fine and orders Shipman to the police car. He calmly refuses because he’s not sure why the officer is asking him to go there. Bolen seems to get agitated and threatens him with jail for resisting an officer without violence. Shipman then walks toward the car. At that point, Bolen asks Shipman for identification, but Shipman says he doesn’t have it. “That’s another infraction,” Bolen then says. “In the state of Florida, you have to have an ID card on you identifying who you are or I can detain you for seven hours until I figure out who you are.” However, the law is not on Bolen’s side in this case. The Sheriff’s Office told Jacksonville.com that Shipman was given a citation for violating Florida statute 322.15(1). However, that statute only applies to people “when operating a motor vehicle.” Shipman believes Bolen’s actions didn’t exactly fit the alleged crime, especially when three cop cars arrived as backup. “All because we crossed the motherf**king street though,” Shipman says at the end of the video. “We crossed the street, that’s all we did.” Shipman told FirstCoastNews he wishes the officer would have just informed him on the law and let him off with a warning, “but instead it was more of him taunting me.” Ken Jefferson, a crime and safety expert, told WJAX TV the officer’s behavior was “just way over the top.” “Let [Shipman] go, give him a warning and let him go,” Jefferson added. “You’re most needed where the crime is occurring, more serious crimes are occurring.” Shipman was cited for failing to obey a pedestrian control signal, a $62.50 fine, and drivers license not carried/exhibited on demand (322.15), a $136 fine. He plans to plead his case in court, something Bolen hopes he does, according to his comment in the video. “You can take it to court,” he told Shipman in the video. “Since you have such a strong grasp, I really hope you pick that option because I promise you I’ll be there.” The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office told Jacksonville.com that it is reviewing the video but that Bolen is not under investigation at the time.
Four officers have been taken to hospital as riot police attempted to control a violent Black Lives Matter rally in east London.
Rioters threw projectiles at the police line and set fire to bins at the demonstration in Forest Hill in the borough of Newham.
The protest was called after the death of Edir Frederico Da Costa, 25, on the 21st of June, six days after Metropolitan Police officers in Newham stopped him in a car.
Activists claim he was beaten by police and left with a broken neck. However, the Independent Police Complaints Commission said a preliminary post-mortem indicated there were no spinal injuries caused by police, The Times reports.
In total, six police officers were injured, with one male officer sustaining facial injuries and a female officer suffered a head injury, the force revealed in a statement.
The protest of around 200 people started on Sunday afternoon with people holding Black Lives Matter signs made by a group called Stand Up to Racism, which is connected to the disgraced Socialist Workers Party.
Ohio State Highway Patrol has released dashcam video showing 36 year-old police officer Joseph Schialdone being arrested for DUI earlier this month. Joseph was spotted moments prior running a red light, and was promptly pulled over. The driver then refused to undergo a field sobriety test, and then was handcuffed and placed under arrest.
A Miami County deputy found himself in a hot pursuit following a traffic stop on Saturday morning. But he wasn't chasing a suspect; he was running after his own car.
Given radical Islamic terrorist attacks and people's concern about safety, Florida's Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd advised that people who are not afraid of a gun should get one, "and if you need to shoot somebody, shoot them a lot."
He also advised gun owners to "get a concealed firearms license and carry it."
Sheriff Grady made his remarks to ABC Action News (WFTS) this week.
“If you’re not afraid of a gun, get one," said the sheriff. "Become proficient. Get a concealed firearms license and carry it."
"And if you need to shoot somebody, shoot them a lot," he said.
“The armed assailant doesn’t plan on you fighting back," said the sheriff. "He plans on having a gun, doing all the shooting, and you’re just the sitting duck."
"Well, the ducks need to shoot back," said the sheriff.
HOUSTON - Cell phone video obtained by KHOU 11 News Friday captures the moments a Houston police officer kicked a man he had just shot. The video led a grand jury to indict former HPD officer Bruce Johnson for how he handled a burglary suspect he caught at his own home. Johnson had just shot the man who's pictured lying in the grass after investigators say that man -- Derek Carr -- had broken into his home. Prosecutors say Johnson was angry and delivered repeated blows to Carr after he was down. We counted at least 10 of them. Some are more brutal and vicious than others. All these led to prosecutors charging Johnson with a misdemeanor assault. He faces a felony charge as well for tampering with evidence. A contractor working in that northwest Houston neighborhood saw what was going on that February day and took out her cell phone to record the whole thing. Perhaps, though, what's most troubling is heard at the end of the video. Johnson is heard saying, "Y'all gonna call the police?" To which the contractor says, "Aren't you the police?" Johnson responds: "Yeah." Johnson spent more than 23 years with HPD before retiring a month after the incident. Johnson turned himself into authorities Friday but will not go through probable cause court.
Authorities in Greenwood have arrested a man for robbery Friday afternoon after he was tasered while on top of a stolen mini-van Jameson McCarthy was arrested after he allegedly robbed the Greenwood Discount Tobacco store and injured the store clerk. Police say he then stole a customer's van and injured the driver during the altercation He was charged with two counts of robbery, criminal confinement while armed with a deadly weapon, unlawful possession of a firearm and resisting law enforcement, all felonies.
A Gallatin Police officer was charged by a large Rottweiler while responding to a complaint about a vicious dog, the department said. Police said an officer responded to the complaint in the Ironwood Drive neighborhood at about 6 p.m. Thursday. A neighbor had called Sumner County Animal Control saying they might “have to shoot the dog due to its viciousness,” police said. An officer approached a resident of the home where the dog lived, who said the dog was probably “running loose again.” While walking in the driveway, the officer was “aggressively charged” by the dog. The officer fired a single shot, which did not hit the dog. The incident was captured on police body cam video. Police said they have a long, recorded history of calls with this particular dog. The complaints date back to 2015. The dog’s owner was cited three times for “dog running at large,” including one warning. Police said in one incident, a construction worker was injured while fleeing from the dog. Another call claimed the dog was attacking an animal. Neighbors told police they have been trapped in their homes in fear of the dog’s aggressiveness and past history. The investigation is ongoing.
Roy City Police released video of a deadly exchange between two Roy City police officers and a trespassing suspect at a gas station in February. Two unidentified officers were in a fight with Nicolas Sanchez, 39, in the parking lot of the Texaco Station at 4395 South 1900 West when several shots were fired and Sanchez was hit. One of the officers who shot Sanchez did so with a gun that he had grabbed from Sanchez seconds earlier. Attorney Heather White was hired by Roy City to explain the video prior to releasing it to the media. White said the officer who shot Sanchez with his own gun thought Sanchez may have had a second firearm and decided to use the suspect's own weapon against him after his partner had already fired shots at Sanchez.
“Fearing Sanchez may have another weapon, and hearing shots fired, the first officer shot Sanchez with the gun he had wrestled from Sanchez. When the first officer saw Sanchez was not moving, he dropped Sanchez’ gun and drew his gun from his holster,” White said. The two officers were initially dispatched to the Texaco station on February 21 at approximately 10 p.m. after a clerk reported a man was trespassing and acting suspiciously in the store. The video shows the officers arrive at the store and contact Sanchez, who was reportedly loitering, and had left his car running in the parking lot. Video shows the officers approach Sanchez at the door of the store and ask him to come over to their cruisers and speak to them.
Sanchez asked the officers repeatedly why they want to talk to him. He then lifts his sweatshirt, at which point an officer stated, "You got a gun on you, do not move." Sanchez then backed away from the officers, swinging his right hand back and forth and moving his left hand toward his waistband where the gun was located, according to police. Sanchez then turned and ran away from the officers. The video shows the first officer run after Sanchez and a struggle ensues, at which point, the second officer, who is standing back, sees Sanchez's hands go to his waistband. The second officer felt that his partner's life was in "imminent danger," and he began firing at Sanchez, according to White. That's when the first officer stripped Sanchez of his gun, feared the suspect may have another weapon, and shot Sanchez with his own gun, White says.
Body camera footage released Friday shows the altercation from the perspective of both officers. The entire encounter lasted approximately one minute, but the time between when the officers first saw Sanchez had a gun to the last shot fired is only twelve seconds. "Sanchez's reckless actions in those split seconds dictated the actions the officers took that day. The officers did what they are trained to do and what we expect them to do: protect themselves and others against violent and irrational behavior," White said. "Because of their actions, no one but Sanchez was injured that night." The two officers are on paid administrative leave, pending an investigation from the Weber County Attorney's Office.
Poland has been a beacon of light in the darkness that is Europe these days.
Poland takes to nonsense, standing up to the EU on migration, citing national identity and pride.
Of course, 'fascism', terror organizing ANTIFA can't have any of that, so they figure they can beat the nationalism out of the heads of the Pols.
They figured wrong.
Grass Valley, CA-- The Grass Valley Police Department released a body camera footage of two Grass Valley police officers stopping Man From Jumping Off a local Overpass. They wrote on their Facebook page: "Police Officers are often called upon in people’s most desperate moments. Tuesday afternoon a young man was contemplating ending his life by jumping off a local overpass. Officers arrived and spoke with him for several minutes, trying to get him to reconsider. The officers focused their efforts on gaining compliance without the need to use physical intervention. However after a period of time he suddenly tried to climb the fence and jump over to a busy highway below. By reacting quickly, the Officers were able to prevent a horrible tragedy and get the young man the crisis intervention services he needed. They also protected the motoring public from the possibility of serious traffic accident risks. **Only a portion of the video is shown here and the identity of the individual has been obscured. Please know that Grass Valley Police Department recognizes the sensitivity of these situations for the individuals, family, friends, and first responders involved.**"
A Las Vegas man who was fatally shot by a police officer Tuesday hid in a bedroom closet before lunging at officers with an 8-inch butcher knife.
Metropolitan Police Department Assistant Sheriff Tim Kelly briefed reporters on the incident Thursday morning, saying officers responded to a western valley apartment complex after receiving calls about a domestic violence incident.
Kelly played a short clip at the briefing of a neighbor’s 911 call as well as footage from two officers’ body-worn cameras.
The Police Department identified the officer who fired his gun as Officer Kyle Prior, 28. Officers were dispatched to the Bella Vida Apartments complex, on South Cimarron Road and West Charleston Boulevard, at 12:14 a.m.
Tuesday. Kelly said the officers spent nearly 10 minutes knocking on the door of the apartment before a woman and a 4-year-old child answered. The woman told the officers there was no one else in the apartment, but officers suspected there was a man inside based on the 911 call.
The officers went inside the apartment to look for the man. Footage from the body-worn cameras shows the officers walking through the dark apartment by flashlight. “They could tell someone was inside the residence,” Kelly said. In the master bedroom’s walk-in closet, officers discovered Pedro Ramirez, 28, of Las Vegas, crouched behind some hanging clothes clutching a stainless steel-handled kitchen knife. The officers immediately issued commands for the man to come out and to drop the knife. Two officers fired their Tasers at the man, but he shrugged it off and ran out of the closet, brandishing the knife. Prior fired three rounds at Ramirez at 12:39 a.m., striking him with each round. Ramirez died at University Medical Center from multiple gunshot wounds. Metro said the man’s wife had visible injuries from a fight with her husband. She told officers Ramirez hid in the closet because he did not want to go to jail. Kelly said the department had responded to two previous domestic violence incidents involving Ramirez in 2016 and 2015. Prior has been placed on routine administrative paid leave as the shooting is investigated. This is the second deadly shooting involving the officer, who joined Metro in 2008 as a civilian employee and became an officer in 2012. In 2015, the Review-Journal reported that Prior, along with two other officers, shot and killed 32-year-old Thomas McEniry.