The video is disgraceful and shows you the true face of the Democrat Party — unhinged lawbreakers who have no concern for suffering Americans.
It ends with Jummanne getting “>cuffed and arrested.
Fight with police officer in Muskegon Dollar Store
Horrifying footage reveals the moment a police officer had her hair ripped out during a ferocious attack by a thug.
In May of last year, PC Emma Agyei was assaulted while attending a domestic incident.
A large chunk of her hair was ripped out in the brutal attack in Bilston, Wolverhampton.
Her attacker was given a suspended sentence of 12 weeks after pleading guilty to assault.
West Midlands Police released the video to highlight the violence police officers are frequently open to.
ELYRIA, Ohio -- A 44-year-old man bit off part of a State Highway Patrol trooper's ear during a scuffle along a Lorain County highway, court records say.
Cornelius Carey Jr. faces a felonious assault charge in the incident that happened at 7:15 a.m. on Diagonal Road just north of Biggs Road, Highway Patrol said.
Prosecutors requested that Carey undergo tests for communicable diseases, Elyria Municipal Court records say. Carey was ordered Thursday to be taken to a medical facility for a full blood screening.
Elyria Municipal Court Judge Gary Bennett is expected to review the results of the test which will remain sealed from the public due to privacy laws.
Carey is scheduled for a preliminary hearing at 2 p.m. Jan. 22
A woman called the Lorain County Sheriff's Office about 6:45 a.m. and said Carey appeared drunk and was walking in the road, according to a 911 call. She told a dispatcher she was afraid he would get hit by a car.
The trooper, identified as Lance Deshuk, found Carey about 7:15 a.m. Carey got confrontational and struck Deshuk in the face.
Another woman called the Sheriff's Office and said she witnessed Carey and Deshuk wrestling in the middle of the road.
Additional officers arrived several minutes later to help the trooper.
Comedian Michelle Collins also witnessed the incident and tweeted about what she saw.
“In a NY first, I just saw a man on the subway tracks at Bryant Park threatening to kill himself over the unfair treatment of women,” she wrote. “I spoke to an older woman waiting for the train who asked me if he was a Communist… In short, hope he gets help and New Yorkers as per usual did not bat a lash.”
Helicopter video from Mesa, Arizona shows a high speed police chase.
The car off road, drove through a fence and into a rugged desert area. It eventually got stuck and a man and woman got out and ran, before coming together as police closed in.
Police have released horrific dash cam footage of a teenager being shot dead by officers to clear up "misinformation" about the shooting.
Charles Smith Jr, 17, died following an "officer involved shooting" just after 1am on Sunday when a car carrying three men was stopped in North Little Rock, Arkansas, US.
And in an apparent attempt to quell any public anger over his death, police chiefs have released footage of the incident to quash rumours such as he was unarmed.
Dash cam video shows Smith Jr was in possession of a gun, which he used to open fire during a struggle with officers by the side of the road, police say.
This jackass was attempting to act a fool on camera in hopes he would go viral, that was a huge mistake because the security guard had completely opposing opinions of his shenanigans.
Watch as this security guard take this guy down within seconds of him acting a fool and jumping on the stores counter.
The Netherlands continues to spiral out of control as the influx of Muslim migrants besieging the small European nation continues.
Now Netherlands police are forced to set up fake sting operations in order to catch criminal Muslim migrants who continue to rob their way through the countries they are crossing.
Here we have a group of Muslim migrants being caught one after another attempting to rob an electronics truck.
Tense protests have erupted across Tunisia since a new budget took effect on Jan. 1 that raised taxes on gasoline, phone cards, internet usage, hotel rooms and even fruits and vegetables. The demonstrations have claimed at least one life, and have revived worries about the fragile political situation in Tunisia, the only country to emerge from the Arab Spring uprisings with the semblance of a stable democracy.
Those uprisings began in Tunisia in December 2010, when Mohamed Bouazizi, a 26-year-old high school dropout who worked as a fruit and vegetable vendor, set himself on fire in the town of Sidi Bouzid after being shaken down and humiliated by local officials. Thursday was the seventh anniversary of his death.
“People have to understand that the situation is extraordinary and their country is having difficulties, but we believe that 2018 will be the last difficult year for the Tunisians,” Prime Minister Youssef Chahed said on Tuesday, emphasizing his belief that the tax increases, while difficult, would help stabilize the economy.
Watches German police do absolutely nothing as left-wing Antifa terrorists controlled by Nazi collaborator George Soros, the rate and pelt police in Germany with rocks, stones, sticks, as well as any other thing they can get their hands on.
You'll notice the police stand there idly and do absolutely nothing as their berated and threatened with death.
The Edmond Police Department reports that at approximately 10:30 p.m. Jan. 7 an officer observed a white Nissan sedan pull out of 1205 S. Broadway.
The officer ran the tag on the vehicle and found it belong to a Ford.
The officer left the parking lot and could no longer see the vehicle.
After a quick search of the area, the officer discovered the vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed.
The officer later initiated their traffic lights and began a pursuit of the vehicle. In several instances, the vehicle ran through red lights.
Police noted that the driver threw something out. Police later discovered this to be a large bag of methamphetamine.
The driver of the vehicle crashed into a building after losing control of the vehicle. Police took 48-year-old David Robin Whitmore into custody.
Police reportedly found a digital scale with white residue that tested positive for meth.
A video showing a young man bursting into flames as he is tasered by Paris police officers has gone viral in France.
The man is seen acting erratically and resisting arrest, and can be heard goading one of the police officers to use his taser gun.
As the officer fires the stun gun, one of his colleagues sprays tear gas on the subject causing him to be set alight by the electric shock of the weapon.
The footage was recorded on one of the police officers' body cameras and shows an attempted arrest at Place de la Nation in Paris.
Teacher Deyshia Hargrave was questioning the school board how they can vote to give the superintendent a raise when school employees have not gotten a raise in years. Security officer from the parish Marshal’s Office told her to leave the room and he would soon arrest her in the hall and call the city police and put her in a patrol unit.
The Los Angeles Police Department has released body camera footage showing the moments leading up to an officer-involved shooting on Skid Row in 2015 that left a homeless black man dead.
Charly 'Africa' Keunang, 43, was shot five times, including twice in the chest, during a tense confrontation with LAPD cops investigating reports that the man had threatened another person with a baseball bat on March 1, 2015.
Keunang's shooting was captured on video recorded by a bystander and has been viewed by millions worldwide, sparking widespread outrage and protests in Los Angeles.
Yesterday, Officer Abraham observed Juan Mendoza cross Cleveland Ave. against a red light while riding an ATV.
Rather than yield to Officer Abraham’s lights and siren, Mendoza decided to keep driving toward the city limit. As you can see, Mendoza did not reach the outcome he was looking for and luckily only his pride was hurt.
Traffic laws apply to all motor vehicles on roadways. We understand that off-road vehicles can be fun to operate, but please do this in the appropriate areas and use safety gear - Madera Police Department
Battle of Berkeley #ANTIFA Demand PEPPER Spray Banned at Berkeley City Council Meeting. Berkeley Police Chief Andrew Greenwood calls out Antifa Anarachist Extremist.
Stafford, VA - The Stafford County Sheriff’s Office has released dash cam footage that was recorded from a deputy’s cruiser during a high-speed pursuit of a 42-year-old man suspected of killing his wife last week.
The video shows a Stafford County deputy driving onto Interstate 95 following behind a Virginia State Police cruiser already in pursuit of the suspect driving a Ford Explorer. During the chase, the SUV slows down and fires several shots at the deputy out of his driver’s side window, causing the deputy to swerve to the right shoulder of the highway.
Officials said one of the bullets fired struck the windshield of the deputy’s vehicle and narrowly missed him. The bullet was found lodged in the driver's side headrest.
This is the moment an escaped prisoner tried to speed away from police by driving the wrong way down a busy motorway.
Darryl Dempsey was jailed for two years on Thursday after careering across fields and down the M3 his Isuzu Trooper 4x4.
The 22-year-old was wanted by officers after absconding from Ford prison in West Sussex on July 3 last year and was involved in a high-speed chase 10 days later.
Traffic police approached him in his truck on the M271 in Hampshire, close to the junction with the M27, but gave chase when he failed to stop.
As this footage from the National Police Air Service and one of the police cars shows, Dempsey did everything he could to avoid capture, driving across fields, driving on footpaths and even attempting to drive down the wrong way of the M3.
The 13-minute pursuit came to an abrupt end just before 10.30pm on July 13 when an officer forced a collision with Dempsey in Chilworth, Hants. No one was seriously injured in the crash.
After the suspect reached for his gun the deputy then tased him. The suspect fired his gun at deputies and they returned fire. He continued to fire as he fell to the ground, then dropped the his weapon.
A southern Minnesota woman is facing felony charges after she allegedly kicked out an Uber driver’s windshield, damaged his cellphone and commanded her dog to “kill” a responding police officer.
Mary Kathryn Boettcher, 36, of Mankato, is charged with fourth-degree assault against a peace officer, obstructing the legal process and first-degree damage to property, according to documents filed in Blue Earth County.
The charges stem from the night of Dec. 30, when officials say an Uber driver called 911 after a woman kicked out his windshield and broke his cellphone before heading inside a home. A witness in the Uber told police the woman was very intoxicated and “freaked out” when the Uber got close to her house.
According to a criminal complaint, officers responded to the home and identified the woman as Boettcher.
Harrowing body camera footage has been released which shows police shoot dead an emotionally disturbed young woman who was armed with a gun.
Ciara Howard, 26, was shot by police in August after a three-hour standoff in which she refused police orders and pointed a gun at officers at a home in Olathe, Kansas, America.
The bodycam video, released on Tuesday following a lawsuit by the Kansas City Star , shows the last deadly minutes of the standoff in which she barks at a dog, trembles visibly and refuses to believe that the people in the house are legitimate police officers.
A court ruled that the killing in a laundry room at Ms Howard's boyfriend's home on August 23, was a justified shooting but the case has raised questions about police strategy.
A two-hour police chase ended when the woman driver and a male passenger kissed each other while armed officers pointed guns at their heads.
The woman in a stolen pick-up truck had driven over police spikes and punctured the tyres, but carried on trying to escape.
Footage showed her smashing into other cars in a desperate bid to get away, before eventually pulling up in the middle of the road.
With her male companion, the pair then sat drinking alcohol and taking drugs inside the van, for half an hour according to police.
Eventually the woman was ordered out of the car.
She stood with her hands on her head as officers aimed at her and shouted commands.
But the man suddenly jumps out of the car and hugged the woman, refusing to let go.
He then kisses her, and caught up in the moment she kisses him back, lowering her hands for a moment, before putting them back on her head.
Eventually police used a taser to knock the man down, before he was arrested.
A spokesman for the Bell Gardens Police Department told KTLA5 : "Officers approached the suspects out of concerned for the safety of the female suspect.
Officers who Tasered a bare-chested shoplifted in the back as he paced around a car park have been cleared of using excessive force.
Footage shows Paul McClelland being hit with the 50,000-volt stun gun by a Sussex Police officer after he was arrested in a Brighton car park on July 5, 2013.
The 42-year-old sought damages, claiming officers used excessive force, and said the incident had left him feeling anxious and suicidal.
A police officer bludgeoned a golden retriever to death in public after the animal attacked two pedestrians.
The cop, who was not named, is said to have used a thick wooden pole and slowly beat the dog to death over the course of three hours as passers-by watched on in horror.
The animal was tied to a barrier in the middle of the street when the policeman struck it, in an incident caught in distressing footage.
Authorities from Changsha, capital of Hunan Province in central China, said they had not been equipped with tranquilisers and did not want to shoot the dog because they feared the ricocheting bullet might injury a pedestrian.
The owner of the distressed dog could not be found.
The Iranian state television reported last night that 9 protesters lost their lives and that the number of dead is over 20.
Iranian Revolutionary guard members dressed as security forces are caught on camera robbing numerous stores as protests against the Iranian regime continue.
Here is CCTV footage from one store that was clearly being looted by Revolutionary guard members and shared online.
A female police officer and her boss suffered a "cowardly and criminal lynching" by a gang of rampaging youths who then posted videos of the attack online.
The woman – who has not been named – was filmed being kicked around like a rag doll as the gang around her whooped and screamed in the attack in a notoriously bad neighbourhood of Paris.
Earlier in the clip, the youths jumped on top of a car that had been flipped on to its roof.
In the video, an unidentified woman is using Paris street slang to say: "The evening has really gone wrong!
"Goodness! Poor copper!"
The office's colleague was so badly hurt that at one stage he was forced to remove his pistol from its holster, but he did not get a shot off.
The horrifying incident took place in the early hours of Monday following an emergency call in the suburb of Champigny-sur-Marne, to the south east of the French capital.
Queensland Police officer scolds a P-plate driver for allegedly speeding at 215 km/h in a 110 zone.
A Midlands woman allegedly went on crime tear Wednesday that included stealing three vehicles, including a Sheriff’s Office Patrol car, and wrecking them all before being arrested.
Mia Victoria Thornton, 21, has been charged with grand larceny and failure to stop for a blue light and siren, according to the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office, which said other charges are expected.
The incidents allegedly involving the Sumter woman started around 8 a.m. near Eagle Road in Sumter County, the sheriff’s office said.
According to the incident reports, Thornton took her boyfriend’s vehicle without his permission. She reportedly wrecked that vehicle near Eagle Road and began walking toward town.
Police video shows the moment two sisters got arrested within minutes of each other in front of their home for driving drunk.
According to a criminal complaint, a police service aid spotted a car swerving and called for an officer’s assistance. It was last Thursday around 10 p.m.
An Albuquerque Police officer pulled in behind Karina Grajeda, 29, at her home in the South Valley. She told the officer she was at a friend’s house and admitted she had two drinks, then drove. The officer said she almost hit the house and smelled of alcohol.
Karina at one point asks the officer to give her a break.
“I’m already home. Can you just let me go to sleep? Pleeeeeease,” she said.
Moments later, police say another woman in a blue Dodge pulled up to the home, asking what was going on with her sister. That second driver was Kassandra Grajeda, 21, and police say she too appeared drunk.
This is the moment that Topeka Police Department bodycam footage was shown in a news conference regarding the fatal shooting of Dominique White.