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  • Distressing footage shared on social media 'shows Maduro´s police battering protestor' 01:26

    Distressing footage shared on social media 'shows Maduro´s police battering protestor'

    Distressing footage shared on social media purports to show President Nicolás Maduro's police brutally battering a protestor

    1 month
  • Large black woman quickly finds out attempting to resist arrest is a HUGE MISTAKE! 02:58

    Large black woman quickly finds out attempting to resist arrest is a HUGE MISTAKE!

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    This cop kept his cool as he was attempting to arrest this large black woman who was insistent upon resisting arrest at any costs.

    Even a security guard who was attempting to aid the policeman in his arrest was unsuccessful, that is until another officer showed up and quickly apprehended the large woman.

    1 month
  • Dashcam Video Shows Suspect Ramming Ex Girlfriend's Car During Police Chase 01:11

    Dashcam Video Shows Suspect Ramming Ex Girlfriend's Car During Police Chase

    Lufkin, TX -Officers with the Lufkin Police Department arrested a 39-year-old man Friday man in connection to allegations that he rammed his ex-girlfriend’s Ford Mustang repeatedly on Timberland Drive. While he was doing so, he was waving a hammer out his window in a threatening manner, according to the Lufkin Police Department. Daniel Ramirez Huerta, of Lufkin, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a vehicle. The incident remains under investigation, and more charges may be pending. Lufkin police released dashcam video and the 911 call of the event Friday afternoon.

    1 month
  • Suicidal Girl Stopped By One Smart Cop 00:48

    Suicidal Girl Stopped By One Smart Cop

    Suicidal Girl Stopped By One Smart Cop. Crowd below extremely disappointed. Location: Tunis, Tunis, Tunisia

    1 month
  • Deputy Dives Into Trunk To Avoid Being Run Over 00:28

    Deputy Dives Into Trunk To Avoid Being Run Over

    It was an incredibly close call for a Sheriff's Deputy in Spokane, Washington.

    1 month
  • MYTH BUSTED! NO! There is no Epidemic of White Cops Killing Black People 21:19

    MYTH BUSTED! NO! There is no Epidemic of White Cops Killing Black People

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    Where to start with actor Jesse Williams’ widely praised rant on police brutality and white racism delivered at this year’s Black Entertainment Television awards show?

    To his enthusiastic audience, Williams reeled off lie after lie, all in the name of black “resistance” over the “oppressor” – meaning anyone he believes benefits from “this invention called whiteness.” Time magazine called his discourse “powerful.”

    Where are fact-checkers when the fact-devoid desperately need fact-checking? After all, Williams practically begged to be fact-checked when he said, “What we’ve been doing is looking at the data, and we know that police somehow manage to de-escalate, disarm and not kill white people every day.”

    The “police … manage to … not kill white people every day”?

    Let’s start with 2014, the last year for which there are official records. According to the Centers for Disease Control, the police killed 261 whites and 131 blacks. The CDC also found that from 1999 to 2013, the police killed almost twice the number of whites compared to blacks, 3,160 and 1,724, respectively.

    Activists promptly note that whites account for nearly 65 percent of the population and that, therefore, one would expect whites to comprise most of those killed by cops. And we are told that blacks, while 13 percent of the population, represent a much greater percentage of those killed by cops. Institutional, systemic, structural racism!

    Here’s what those promoting the “police disproportionately kill black people” narrative consistently omit. Whites, despite being almost 65 percent of the population, disproportionately commit less of the nation’s violent crime – 10 percent. Blacks, at 13 percent of the population, disproportionately commit more violent crime. As to murders, black commit nearly half. Yet whites are 50 percent of cop killings.

    Criminology professor Peter Moskos looked at the numbers of those killed by officers from May 2013 to April 2015 and found that 49 percent were white, while 30 percent were black. “Adjusted for the homicide rate,” says Moskos, “whites are 1.7 times more likely than blacks to die at the hands of police.” So if anything, whites have more to complain about than Mr. Williams.

    What about traffic stops and race? Surely cops racially profile blacks, wrongly and disproportionately stopping them? Not according to the National Institute of Justice, the research arm of the Department of Justice. In its 2013 report, “Race, Trust and Police Legitimacy,” the NIJ found that 75 percent of blacks admitted that they were stopped for “legitimate reasons.” And it turns out blacks disproportionately commit traffic offenses, whether speeding, driving without a license, driving with expired tags, driving without the seat belt on or without a car seat for a baby, and so on. Numerical disparities, said the NIJ, result from “differences in offending” in addition to “differences in exposure to the police” and “differences in driving patterns.”

    What about 2015, a year in which Black Lives Matter protested a number of high-profile police/black suspect encounters? According to the Washington Post, the police killed 965 people. But the Post found that “white police officers killing unarmed black men represent less than 4 percent of fatal police shootings.” Remember, a black man, extremely popular among blacks, has been president for over seven years. He has nominated, and Congress has approved, back-to-back black attorneys general. Nothing stops the Department of Justice from filing civil rights charges against the officers for “murder.” But the DOJ has not done so.

    Williams attacked whites for engaging in what has become known as “cultural appropriation,” although he did not use that term. He said: “This invention called whiteness uses and abuses us, burying black people out of sight and out of mind while extracting our culture, our dollars, our entertainment like oil – black gold, ghettoizing and demeaning our creations then stealing them, gentrifying our genius and then trying us on like costumes before discarding our bodies like rinds of strange fruit. The thing is, though … the thing is that just because we’re magic doesn’t mean we’re not real.”

    That’s a mouthful, especially when the primary buyers of rap music, a black-dominated genre, mostly are white consumers. Snoop Dogg, Ice-T, Run-D.M.C. and Jay Z got rich while happily being culturally appropriated by white kids living in the suburbs.

    It’s also interesting to note that Williams is a product of a white mother and black father, both of whom were in the audience. So his mom is an “invention,” while his dad is “magic.” Must make for interesting conversation in the Williams’ home at dinnertime. And a rich, half-white actor delivered an attack on whites on a cable channel owned by a corporation whose primarily shareholders are a family headed by a patriarch named Sumner Redstone, a Jew.

    Only in America.

    1 month
  • Tense, close-quarters stand off ends with 2 cops shot and suspect dead 05:07

    Tense, close-quarters stand off ends with 2 cops shot and suspect dead

    FROM MAIL ONLINE - The footage released by Las Vegas police shows the drawn out building up of tension before the suspect pulled his gun and opened fire on the officers at close range.

    1 month
  • Suspect Instantly Regrets Trying to Run 02:34

    Suspect Instantly Regrets Trying to Run

    Seattle PD have released dashcam video showing them detain an uncooperative man earlier this year. Authorities had a warrant for the suspect's arrest after he failed to show up to court. When the two officers told him this information, the suspect tries to flee. A physical confrontation then ensues which ends moments later with the suspect pinned down. He was then transferred to a local jail where he is now facing additional charges.

    1 month
  • Second Body Cam Video Emerges Showing Baltimore Cops Allegedly Planting Drugs! 05:58

    Second Body Cam Video Emerges Showing Baltimore Cops Allegedly Planting Drugs!

    Baltimore police offers have been accused of tampering with evidence for the second time in less than a month. Bodycam video has emerged that reportedly shows the incident.

    2 months
  • Cop doesn't even notice this guy eat his crack rock while searching him 02:50
  • CRAZY dashcam footage shows Minneapolis police BRAVELY rescuing passengers from a burning car 05:16

    CRAZY dashcam footage shows Minneapolis police BRAVELY rescuing passengers from a burning car

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    On the evening of July 26, 2017 a speeding car plunged off the 41st Avenue North overpass onto interstate 94, then started on fire. MPD officers and two brave civilians jumped into action to get the two passengers out of the car before the vehicle was completely engulfed with flames. We are proud of their […]

    The speeding car had veered off the road and plunged off an overpass onto Interstate 94.

    By the time two Minneapolis police officers got to the scene late Wednesday, they found the dark-colored Cadillac ATS smoldering and its two occupants trapped inside, according to police and witnesses. Minutes later, flames began shooting out from the hood.

    After pulling the female passenger — identified as Lancha Robertson, 37, of Minneapolis — to safety, they struggled to free the unconscious driver.

    The dash cam video shows the officers, later joined by another cop and at least two passersby, yanking the driver, Floyd Cunningham, out of the car. By then the vehicle was engulfed in flames.

    Bystanders can be heard cheering as the officers dragged Cunningham onto the highway shoulder, while passing motorists honked their horns.

    According to police and witnesses, Cunningham was driving east on N. 41st Avenue, where it turns into Washington Avenue, just before 10 p.m. last Wednesday when the car jumped the curb and went airborne through a guardrail. The car plunged an estimated 16 feet onto the westbound lanes of Interstate 94 below, landing upright.

    The officers tried to resuscitate Cunningham, 31, of Minneapolis, but he later died at a hospital. Robertson’s condition wasn’t available on Monday.

    A police spokeswoman said over the weekend that she couldn’t release the officers’ names, citing department privacy rules. She said the officers all worked the overnight shift in the Fourth Precinct, which covers the city’s North Side.

    Authorities said speed, but not alcohol, appears to be a factor in the crash, which is being investigated by the State Patrol.

    2 months
  • Dash Cam Officers, Civilians Pull Passengers Out of Burning Vehicle Minneapolis Police Department 05:16

    Dash Cam Officers, Civilians Pull Passengers Out of Burning Vehicle Minneapolis Police Department

    On the evening of July 26, 2017 a speeding car plunged off the 41st Avenue North overpass onto interstate 94, then started on fire. MPD officers and two brave civilians jumped into action to get the two passengers out of the car before the vehicle was completely engulfed with flames. We are proud of their […] The speeding car had veered off the road and plunged off an overpass onto Interstate 94. By the time two Minneapolis police officers got to the scene late Wednesday, they found the dark-colored Cadillac ATS smoldering and its two occupants trapped inside, according to police and witnesses. Minutes later, flames began shooting out from the hood. After pulling the female passenger — identified as Lancha Robertson, 37, of Minneapolis — to safety, they struggled to free the unconscious driver. The dash cam video shows the officers, later joined by another cop and at least two passersby, yanking the driver, Floyd Cunningham, out of the car. By then the vehicle was engulfed in flames. Bystanders can be heard cheering as the officers dragged Cunningham onto the highway shoulder, while passing motorists honked their horns. According to police and witnesses, Cunningham was driving east on N. 41st Avenue, where it turns into Washington Avenue, just before 10 p.m. last Wednesday when the car jumped the curb and went airborne through a guardrail. The car plunged an estimated 16 feet onto the westbound lanes of Interstate 94 below, landing upright. The officers tried to resuscitate Cunningham, 31, of Minneapolis, but he later died at a hospital. Robertson’s condition wasn’t available on Monday. A police spokeswoman said over the weekend that she couldn’t release the officers’ names, citing department privacy rules. She said the officers all worked the overnight shift in the Fourth Precinct, which covers the city’s North Side. Authorities said speed, but not alcohol, appears to be a factor in the crash, which is being investigated by the State Patrol.

    2 months
  • Police Officer Filmed Forcefully Arresting Female Holidaymaker 00:30

    Police Officer Filmed Forcefully Arresting Female Holidaymaker

    A police officer in Ibiza has been filmed forcefully arresting a female holidaymaker who apparently lashes out at him after going to report a theft. In the footage, the brunette, who has not been identified, appears to accuse the officer of brutality towards her while she grapples with him. She then kicks him and tries to punch him as she shouts incoherently at him. The surreal scene in the popular holiday spot for British tourists ended with the officer apparently grabbing the woman by the hair. He then smashed her down on seats in a waiting area before forcing her to the ground and handcuffing her, according to the footage.

    2 months
  • Dashcam Shows Short Police Chase End in Gunfire 00:46

    Dashcam Shows Short Police Chase End in Gunfire

    Dashcam video has been released showing an officer fire 21 shots at a stolen vehicle following a police chase last year. The driver, 17-year-old Christian Redwine was hit from the fire and did not survive. Police say the officer fired at the vehicle because it appeared to him the driver was trying to run him over. A Russell County grand jury agrees with the officer, and has since cleared the him of any wrongdoing.

    2 months
  • Arrest Turns Nasty As Man Tries To Bite Police Dog's Ear Off 01:58

    Arrest Turns Nasty As Man Tries To Bite Police Dog's Ear Off

    A wanted man bit a police dog's ear and head as an officer desperately tried to pull him off of the animal. Dramatic footage captured by a witness shows the suspect sinking his teeth into a German shepherd called Manpol Theo. The shocking struggle unfolded in a street as the suspect refused to surrender following a chase. Video shows the man repeatedly kicking Theo and biting the dog as a second man encourages him to "bite his ear off", the Manchester Evening News reports. The incident occurred in June after the man abandoned his car and ran off on foot along Martin Street in Hyde, Greater Manchester. In the video, Theo manages to bring him to a halt but the man kicks and clamps his teeth on the dog's ear and head. Theo's handler, Greater Manchester Police PC Gareth Greaves, tries to pull the man off the dog before additional officers arrive and help detain the two men. PC Greaves said the tussle lasted around seven minutes - and the clip doesn't show the man kicking both Theo and himself to the floor. The officer was left with a busted lip and a broken hand following the incident. Theo suffered a wound to his head after being bitten and found it too painful to lie down for a couple of days due to bruising.

    2 months
  • Undercover Officers ' Strike A Man' During A Police Stop 01:22

    Undercover Officers ' Strike A Man' During A Police Stop

    Video footage has emerged appearing to show plain-clothed police officers strike a man during a stop-and-search. A hoodie-wearing asked plain-clothed cops to move, saying: “You’re in my face, move away.” He was then called a d****** by by a bystander during the arrest in Aston, Birmingham. In one video a colleague is seen kicking the man, who has not been identified, in the leg. The other officer then shoves him across the street as angry locals gather. It is alleged gas appears to be sprayed in the man’s face and he is then pinned on the ground and it is claimed he is hit with extendable batons.

    2 months
  • Lake City Police Officer Jumps Into The Back Of A Pickup As The Driver Speeds Away 00:34

    Lake City Police Officer Jumps Into The Back Of A Pickup As The Driver Speeds Away

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    Lake City police officer jumping into the back of a pickup - Florida, United States dashcam footage shows a Lake City police officer jumping into the back of a pickup as the driver speeds away. Location: Lake City, Florida, United States

    2 months
  • Bodycam footage captures disturbing moment police Taser young black man in the back in unlawful arrest 02:43

    Bodycam footage captures disturbing moment police Taser young black man in the back in unlawful arrest

    Darsean Kelley has now won a $110,000 case he was unlawfully detained after officers left him writhing in pain Bodycam footage on an officer's uniform captured Darsean Kelley get struck with the stun gun when he was detained. Mr Kelley and his cousins were stopped on the street in Colorado when officers responded to reports of a crime. Officers did not have a description of the suspects but ordered the men to put their hands up in February last year.

    2 months
  • Israeli Police Get Pelted with Rocks and Sticks Attempting to Arrest a Palestinian Rioter 00:52

    Israeli Police Get Pelted with Rocks and Sticks Attempting to Arrest a Palestinian Rioter

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    Arab residents were Rioting, blocking roads, burning tires and hurling objects at police yesterday in Jaffa (Tel Aviv), during protests against police brutality,after one resident was shot and killed by cops, while fleeing a scene of a shooting. At around 4:30am Saturday morning, police received a report of gunfire on Yefet Street, with the window of a butcher shop having been smashed. Policemen who were patrolling nearby were called to the scene. When they arrived, they noticed several masked men trying to escape via motorcycles. Police began chasing after them, and eventually shot at them while trying to stop them, injuring two in the process. One of them later died of his wounds. This deadly incident caused the riots in Jaffa during Saturday, which later resumed at evening when the funeral of the dead Arab guy was taking place. The funeral, which traveled from the deceased's home through the local mosque, turned into more riots.

    2 months
  • Burglar foiled by police after driving into heavy traffic 00:33

    Burglar foiled by police after driving into heavy traffic

    Footage of a burglar's unsuccessful attempt to make a getaway after he became stuck in traffic near Birmingham, U.K., was released by local police today (July 29). The incident, which was caught on CCTV, showed Martin Tolan driving a stolen Mini convertible and, after trying to smash past several queuing cars, became trapped in between them. Police were then able to break the windows of the vehicle with batons and arrested Tolan.

    2 months
  • Venus Williams crash body cam footage released by police who tell tennis star she 'got stuck in a bad situation' 01:08

    Venus Williams crash body cam footage released by police who tell tennis star she 'got stuck in a bad situation'

    The former Wimbledon champion was originally blamed for the death of 78-year-old Jerome Barson

    2 months
  • Helicopter Cameras Catch a Deadly SWAT Raid on a Sailboat Were over 200 Rounds Were Fired 21:07

    Helicopter Cameras Catch a Deadly SWAT Raid on a Sailboat Were over 200 Rounds Were Fired

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    Bainbridge Island, Kitsap County, Washington--- A naked gunman fired up to 200 rounds from a sailboat in Bainbridge Island's Eagle Harbor before he was shot dead by police earlier this month, according to a newly released report. Among the items released Thursday was a 20-minute video shot by King County's Guardian One helicopter. It shows police approaching the man's sailboat and apparently putting a flash bang or other device in it, then retreating. For several minutes, the man, later identified as Robert D. Yeiser, 34, cannot be seen. Then he emerges on the stern of the sailboat and boards some smaller boats tied to the sailboat. He returns and ultimately ends up on the stern of the boat. Photos taken at that time show him pointing a rifle. Police said they opened fire when he pointed the rifle at officers. The report, released Thursday by the Washington State Patrol Criminal Investigative Division and the Kitsap County Incident Response Team, said the man first opened fire at shoreline residences and then at responding officers. The Yeiser was then shot in the chest and abdomen by officers who approached on a boat. He died of his gunshot wounds at the scene. The entire drama lasted about 4 1/2 hours from the time Yeiser began shooting at 8:30 p.m. on July 8 until he was killed at about 1 a.m. July 9.

    Witnesses said the man began firing from an old boat that was anchored between two buoys in the middle of the harbor. The gunfire prompted evacuations and many people to take cover, police said.

    One of the bullets hit a wall above a homeowner's bedroom window

    "It didn’t look like he was aiming at anything particular," said witness Susanne Park. "He was just kinda shooting and then he’d yell some things. We couldn’t quite make out anything, but he seemed angry."

    Police used measures such as flash bangs and some sort of smoking devices to get the gunman to surrender, according to witnesses at the scene.

    Multiple law enforcement agencies responded to the incident, including members of the Kitsap County Regional SWAT team, according to the newly released report.

    Six officers from the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office along with one officer each from the Bremerton Police Department and from the Bainbridge Island Police Department were involved with the incident. All of the involved officers have been placed on paid administrative assignment which is standard procedure in the use of deadly force.

    2 months
  • Moment armed cops Taser a masked man ‘carrying a crossbow and a knife’ through Manchester City Centre 00:51

    Moment armed cops Taser a masked man ‘carrying a crossbow and a knife’ through Manchester City Centre

    Dramatic footage shows officers arresting the suspect during the terrifying incident in Manchester this afternoon. The video captured from inside a car shows a dog grabbing the suspect and a cop shouting “armed police, put it down” before at least six officers surround him and he is Tasered to the pavement. Stunned witnesses say the suspect was shot with a Taser by officers five times in Great Ancoats Street in the city’s trendy Northern Quarter shortly before 2.30am. A police dog then was set on the man, who hit the ground “after a minute”. Images show him wielding a crossbow and wearing a mask, while an eyewitness told how families were seen running from the scene. A Greater Manchester Police spokesman said: “Shortly after 2.30pm police were called to Tib Street in Manchester City Centre to reports that a man was walking around with a large crossbow and a knife. “Armed officers attended and a 30-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of carrying offensive weapons. “During the incident the man suffered an injury to his hand. He has been taken to hospital for treatment.

    2 months
  • Bodycam SWAT Team Fatal Shooting of barricaded Man. Santa Fe Police 03:26

    Bodycam SWAT Team Fatal Shooting of barricaded Man. Santa Fe Police

    Santa Fe, New Mexico---State Police took over the investigation and say 24-year-old Anthony Benavidez was being evicted from his apartment near St. Francis Drive and Siringo Road. They say he returned and broke into his old place. Social workers who had been helping him and Santa Fe police were called. When they went to his door, police say Benavidez stabbed a social worker, who is OK. The SWAT team then surrounded the apartment. Police say Benavidez threw two improvised explosive devices at officers. Officers moved in and fired, killing Benavidez. State Police is still investigating why officers fired. Benavidez has no criminal record. Santa Fe Police said on Wednesday night that five officers are on paid leave after a deadly shooting at an apartment complex. “It’s just scary, very scary,” said resident Paula Salazar. “They just like blocked everything off right here and told us to get inside,” said resident Angela Luna. Neighbors watched around 11 a.m. on Wednesday morning as Santa Fe Police surrounded an apartment at the Tuscany at St. Francis complex near St. Francis Drive and Siringo Road. “We could hear them on the microphone telling them to surrender,” Luna said. “He barricaded himself in the apartment. They were trying to get him to come out, and he wouldn’t come out,” said resident April Willis. Investigators said Santa Fe Police got to the apartment after a 911 call about a stabbing. Police said the victim went to the hospital and is stable, but police fired shots, killing the suspect. “I thought it was about seven shots that I heard fired and then that was it,” Luna said. State Police is investigating the officer-involved shooting and hasn’t said why Santa Fe officers fired, or whether the suspect was still armed with a knife. State Police said the agency intentionally did not want to release that information because the officers involved have not yet been interviewed and they don’t want to influence those officers’ accounts of what happened. Santa Fe Police said 13 that five officers are on paid leave, but a spokesperson said that doesn’t mean all five fired their guns. Some may be witnesses, according to SFPD spokesperson Greg Gurule.

    2 months
  • Female Officer Shoved to the Ground By Suspect Southwest Philadelphia 01:17

    Female Officer Shoved to the Ground By Suspect Southwest Philadelphia

    Southwest Philadelphia ---Authorities are searching for a man who attacked a SEPTA transit police sergeant Monday night. It happened around 7:30 p.m. at 58th Street and Angora Terrace in Southwest Philadelphia. Several officers were called to the Angora station for a complaint of individuals in the restricted area. The video shows the female officer responding to the call. She stops the vehicle and gets out. Within moments she confronts the suspect, but just as quickly the man shoves her to the ground. But while assaulting the officer, an image of the suspect's face fills the screen of her body camera. Police are hoping the image of the suspect will help someone identify him. At the most, the man caught on video would have only faced a summary trespassing charge. But now, he will face charges related to assaulting a police officer. "Person exhibits this type of behavior for such a minor offense, just leads me to believe that maybe there was more going on that warranted this male not wanted to stop whatsoever and attack an officer," said Wright. The officer assaulted, Sgt. Lynn Perrone, has been released from the hospital and is now home recovering from her injuries.

    2 months
  • Police shoot dead man holding scissors to throat of elderly florist as he charges at cops in Sydney 00:11

    Police shoot dead man holding scissors to throat of elderly florist as he charges at cops in Sydney

    FROM MIRROR ONLINE - WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: A witness captured on mobile phone the moment a man, described as Asian and in his 30s, was shot by police after refusing to put down the weapon This is the terrifying moment a man who had been holding a pair of scissors to an elderly florist's throat was shot dead as he charged at cops. Witnesses described seeing the unnamed man threatening the owner of a florist shop at the Central Station, in Sydney, Australia, earlier today. Amateur footage of the incident shot on a mobile phone shows a man running at police officers before he is shot several times at close range. He is then seen falling to the ground, apparently lifeless. Onlookers said the man had refused to put down the scissors before charging at officers, who were responding to reports of an "armed robbery", on Eddy Avenue just before 6.45pm local time. Police gave him first aid but he died at the scene, a spokeswoman for New South Wales Police said.

    2 months
  • Remarkable bodycam footage shows hero police dog track down fleeing criminal as he hid in woodland 03:32

    Remarkable bodycam footage shows hero police dog track down fleeing criminal as he hid in woodland

    In the footage, released by police today, the German Shepherd can be seen hunting down Elroy Samuel, 26, after he went on the run. The canine, called Blue, tracks the offender through farmland and across a river, before finding him hiding in undergrowth near the A507.

    2 months
  • Fleeing Suspect Drives Directly Into River 01:13

    Fleeing Suspect Drives Directly Into River

    West Midlands police pursue a robbery suspect who was attempting to getaway on his motorcycle following a theft. He reached speeds of 80mph before a police helicopter was dispatched to track the suspect. Aerial footage then shows the thief drive his motorcycle straight into a river canal. He was apprehended and arrested moments later.

    2 months
  • Libtard Protesters Battle with St. Louis Police While Attempting to Break INTO A Prison 02:32

    Libtard Protesters Battle with St. Louis Police While Attempting to Break INTO A Prison

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    A massive protest broke out at a north St. Louis workhouse (prison) Friday evening. Protesters were lifting up the fence and telling other protesters to go underneath to enter the prison. One protester even climbed over the fence! Police officers showed up as over 100 protesters were on the scene. The officers seemed to watching from the parking lot. The protesters were apparently angry over the fact that the inmates don’t have air conditioning. Sounds legit. One protester was climbing the fence! The radical leftist protesters just got maced.

    2 months
  • WAR ZONE: 100+ St. Louis Libtard Protesters Break INTO a Prison Because They Claim the AC Isn't up to Par 00:13

    WAR ZONE: 100+ St. Louis Libtard Protesters Break INTO a Prison Because They Claim the AC Isn't up to Par

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    A massive protest broke out at a north St. Louis workhouse (prison) Friday evening. Protesters were lifting up the fence and telling other protesters to go underneath to enter the prison. One protester even climbed over the fence! Police officers showed up as over 100 protesters were on the scene. The officers seemed to watching from the parking lot. The protesters were apparently angry over the fact that the inmates don’t have air conditioning. Sounds legit. One protester was climbing the fence! The radical leftist protesters just got maced.

    2 months
  • BUSTED BY BODY CAM! Cop Shoots Two SERVICE DOGS at Point Blank Range, Owner Sues 01:23

    BUSTED BY BODY CAM! Cop Shoots Two SERVICE DOGS at Point Blank Range, Owner Sues

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    The public is getting a better look at an incident involving a Minneapolis Police officer who shot two dogs on the city's north side after the department released its body camera footage, showing the night's events all the way through the officer explaining to the sobbing owner what had happened.

    The graphic video shows a closer view of the dog's behavior during the July 8 burglary call after home security footage of the incident surfaced the following day. That video quickly racked up hundreds of thousands of views online, leading to an outpouring of support--financial and otherwise--in assisting with the animals' long road to recovery.

    A police report stated that the dogs were "charging," though the dog's owner, Jennifer LeMay, and her friend Tasha Bacon, believe the video shows something else entirely.

    "He wasn't charging anybody," Bacon said. "He came out like he always does--like, 'Hey, what's going on?'"

    Rocco and Ciroc are both service dogs that serve Jennifer LeMay's children, with the former trained to identify seizures and the latter helping to maintain emotional regulation and alleviate anxiety.

    In the aftermath of the incident, MPD Chief Janeé Harteau said the department is implementing mandatory training sessions for police-dog encounters, and said the department hopes to help the family with their veterinary bills going forward.

    2 months
  • Police Chasing Stolen Audi A5 on Autobahn Ends Badly 02:34

    Police Chasing Stolen Audi A5 on Autobahn Ends Badly

    German authorities chase an Audi A5 driver on the Autobahn after he was reportedly driving a stolen vehicle. Police attempted to pull him over but he stepped on the gas and fled at over 240 km/h. A few minutes later he loses control and crashes into a ditch. The German courts have since imposed a 3 year and 9 month jail sentence for the driver.

    2 months
 
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