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“It’s becoming a disturbingly familiar scene in America - mentally unstable cops”

“It’s becoming a disturbingly familiar scene in America - mentally unstable cops”
“It’s becoming a disturbingly familiar scene in America - mentally unstable cops”

Reports of police misconduct tracked by the National Police Misconduct News Feed for this weekend, December 11-12, 2010:


Wilmington Delaware has settled a lawsuit for $875,000 to the widow of a former US Marine who was shot to death by a cop while he was still incapacitated from from being struck with a taser. Witnesses say he was vomiting and shaking while officers were shouting at him to pull his hands out of his pockets but the officers were cleared by an internal review.

University of Missouri at St Louis police are accused of using excessive force in an unprovoked attack against a disabled student who was working as a DJ when he had the police called to help deal with a volunteer employee he claimed was out of control. Instead the responding officers allegedly went after him and began beating and kicking him in front of a crowd of students who began to shout as they watched the incident through the radio station’s glass windows.

Narcotics/ Alcohol
Over 250 New Jersey cops, fire fighters, and corrections officers have been implicated in a Star-Ledger investigation that claims they were clients of a doctor who, in most cases, illegally gave them steroids. The investigative report also continues in a second part that details multiple excessive force cases and legal actions associated with officers who were allegedly supplied by the doctor who recently died.

An Albany New York cop has been suspended without pay after being arrested on a drunk driving charge while off-duty.

Civil Rights Abuse
Some New York NY cops in the 79th Precinct are allegedly threatening to boycott alleged summons quotas that have been in the news repeatedly over the last year and often blamed for several recent false arrest cases. Officers say that even they don’t feel these “productivity goals” are right and there’s already been one boycott where some officers didn’t write a single summons for their entire shift, though that was to protest disciplinary shift changes for cops who didn’t meet their quotas.

Seattle Washington police, in response to a recent settlement, have agreed to change their trespassing enforcement policy that previously allowed officers to ban people from a number of properties in one fell swoop based almost solely on appearance, not any actual actions.

The usual white trash behavior we’ve all come to expect
A Little Rock Arkansas cop who had been fired for uttering racial slurs on camera has been rehired by the decision of a civil service commission upon his appeal. Several groups are outraged over the decision and the Black Cop’s Association there is calling for the resignations of the three commissioners who overturned the discipline.

Cops and animals: A strange, strange relationship

The New Castle County Delaware police department is accused of lying in their press release that blames the shooting of a police dog on an armed suspect who, apparently, never fired a shot. Instead it’s come out that the dog was shot multiple times by three cops who also shot the suspect as well. Police, oddly, are still saying they believe the suspect shot the dog even though an investigation found the suspect’s gun hadn’t been fired. He’s now serving time for, well, shooting the dog.

Cops and Kids: Run Children! Run!

Some Philadelphia Pennsylvania Narcotics Strike Force officers are under investigation after they arrested a 13-year-old girl on felony drug charges just because she was wearing a pink sweater similar to one worn by a male suspect they had under surveillance, even though she had no drugs and no record whatsoever. Thankfully a judge recently dismissed the case against her.

A Sarasota Florida cop has been fired for misusing a police database after she allegedly gathered information about a man her cousin’s friend was having a dispute with and that information was then used to commit a violent home invasion that included a 9-year-old and 15-year-old girl being threatened with knives and guns. She won’t face any charges over the incident.