Tuesday, December 1, 2009


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Scott Wright was fixing the emergency brake on an old Cadillac in a parking lot near Willow Glen last year when the San Jose police rolled up. Within minutes, he had been shot with a Taser and beaten with batons, breaking his arm


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By arrested for resisting arrest you mean that these cops come over and start shit, people resist them.... then they are arrested for resisting the police? Yup... that the insanity of the monopoly of power the 'officials' have.

Hence we need to form communities... and stand united against this bullshit.

Almost worth it to become Mayor in my town simply to order the police to change the color of their uniforms to Khaki.... as I watch this video their black uniforms really are just too much.... I agree with this guy... "Cops are a gang of thugs with badges on..."

A former Scottsdale police officer who resigned last year told internal investigators that he had wrongfully strip-searched at least 15 women, recently released police documents show.

The former officer, Chong Kim, resigned in June 2008 while being pressed by investigators about why he engaged in such conduct.

The matter came to light when the mother of one of his accusers lodged a formal complaint. Scottsdale recently agreed to pay that woman $315,000 as compensation.
According to internal police documents released this week, investigators asked Kim whether having women expose themselves to him gave him sexual gratification.


Terrorist gets 8 yrs; home defender gets 40


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Between the last two months I have seen far too many "death by police" situations, 3 that I remember in the DFW area ALONE! (But I'm sure there are more) Not to mention the most recent one that's on FOX and CNN right now.

Irving- 11-22-09 Irving police shoot and kill man wielding a BB gun

A man has been shot and killed by suburban Dallas police who said he pointed a BB gun at them.



Garland - 11-27-09 Garland police shoot and kill motorist after chase

After the driver, Antonio Alonzo, crashed his truck, police said he flashed a handgun and two Garland officers shot him.

He "FLASHED" a gun? Who "flashes" a gun at police?


Dallas- 9-28-09 - Dallas police officers kill two in shootings

Police said that when the officer arrived in the 2000 block of Edd Road about 10 a.m. Saturday, he confronted a man who matched the description the caller gave dispatchers. When the man fled into the woods, the officer gave chase. The man then attacked the officer, and fearing for his life, the officer fired once, striking the man in the chest, police said.

He "feared for his life" huh? That's what the TASER is for! It's NOT for little old ladies who give you an attitude. It's for when police fear for their lives! But instead of reaching for the taser, he reaches for his gun?? Forget the taser. Couldn't he have maced the guy? Anything aside from lethal force! Now we don't even know if the guy actually attacked the cop or not.


All four instances (including the one on the news now) claim the suspects either "flashed a gun", "had a bb gun" or they "found a gun" AFTER the shooting or the cops life was in "danger". But how convenient is a story that can't be refuted? It's clear. The cops are out of control!

The cops will get more out of control after Steven Seagal-Lawman starts airing Wednesday night (the same 1st night as Jesse Ventura)---IT WILL BE A NIGHT TO REMEMBER. Seagal plays an aging, donut eating ,fat cop that goes around tasering anybody that gets in his way. Cops around the country will think his show is a training film--scary. Below is an article that pokes fun at Seagal. IT'S NOT A JOB, IT'S ADVENTURE. HA HA HA HA


Steven Seagal: Lawman. Does it get any better?
After the movies, the philanthropy, the energy drink, the aftershave comes the man's greatest challenge yet...

Steven Seagal: Lawman Photograph: Public Domain

One of the questions Lost in Showbiz is most often asked is: "Are you going to take your holiday in August, the month where tumbleweed blows through the celebrity Valhalla, and even the fallen heroes are off on a yacht somewhere, and you have to act like you give a toss about Cheryl Cole's L'Oréal contract?" This column's reply is always the same. August? Why would anyone go away in August? August is when we get to talk about stuff that actually matters.

It's when we get to talk about Seagal.

If your interest in celebrity is fleeting, and confined to this temporal sphere, then please do one to the news pages. But if you seek enlightenment, and tips on how to use a bar towel or microwave as an improvised weapon, then consider this space your dojo. Clip on your tribute ponytail and crack open a can of Steven Seagal's Lightning Bolt energy drink (Asian Experience flavour). We're going to catch up with the Zen master.

When last we touched base with the only off-Hollywood action star to have been designated a reincarnated Tibetan lama, he was returning from bilateral talks with Costa Rican president Oscar Arias. Right now, though, our Mojo Priest is about to bestow upon us a rare and magical gift – and that gift is Steven Seagal: Lawman.

This, of course, is the forthcoming American TV series that follows Seagal's work as a real-life Louisiana sheriff's deputy. You might recall that he has held this role for two decades, in addition to a portfolio that also includes the movies, the philanthropy, the energy drink development, the creation of the aftershave Scent of Action, and lead singing and guitarist duties in a band called Thunderbox (named after the portable field latrine in Evelyn Waugh's Men at Arms. Possibly). He also sells a range of knives.

Anyway, this week's excellent news is that the makers of Steven Seagal: Lawman are being sued by some producers who say it's similar to an idea they had. Do you have any idea how auspicious that is? People don't sue flops. They only sue if it looks like there's money in something – if everything about it screams success. This is why solicitors for JK Rowling receive about six letters a week reading "but I had the idea of a school where children learned magic", while no one sued Mike Read's musical about Oscar Wilde.

That someone is suing Steven Seagal: Lawman is the surest indication that it's going to be a hit – but then you already knew that, because how could a show about a town whose criminal justice system is effectively the star of Hard to Kill be anything else? Still, it's nice to see Seagal getting recognised by the rapacious attorney community.

Even nicer to see, however, is the trailer, whose narration is delivered in the portentous growl of the guy who voices action movie teasers. "The action's real – in an all-new real-life series. Steven Seagal . . . LAWMAN."

We cut to Seagal in vehicular pursuit of a suspect (though riding shotgun), and there's just so much to take in. First up, he's wearing glasses, suggesting that even Buddhist black belts are not immune to the ravages of advancing years. But they're probably just for reading and driving – I imagine his thousand-yard stare is even longer these days. Anyway, sirens are blaring and Seagal bangs his hand down on a car door and shouts, "Get him!", with a delivery critics are already calling his finest since he inquired in On Deadly Ground, "What does it take to change the essence of a man?"

"It all began 20 years ago," the voiceover thunders, "when Seagal, a world-renowned seventh degree aikido expert, was shooting a movie in Jefferson Parish. The sheriff asked him to teach his men some self-defence and weapons skills. The training was so successful," the narrator growls, "that Seagal was deputised."

Cue pictures of our larger-than-life hero pledging allegiance, which would appear to break the cinematic convention of recent straight-to-DVD Seagal pictures, namely to shoot him from the neck up and in half shadow.

As for the rest, it's beyond tantalising. OK, we don't see any saloon fighting, but then we already know Seagal is unplayable in a bar-room setting, so hopefully that'll come. But we do see him saunter world-wearily round to the front of his patrol car with one of those hard-bitten cop expressions that just says "nothin' in this game surprises me no more".

I can't even tell if he's acting – which is fitting, as Seagal's official website explains: "James Mason once told Steven that 'the secret to becoming a great actor – don't act, be yourself'. This advice is why we see such a pure and authentic nature to him in his roles."

But we'll play out with Seagal's own words, because when he first addresses the camera, the impact is devastating. "The show's real," he whisper-growls with inscrutable power. "I mean, this is not a joke . . ."

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i was going to post the clip from the hangover where they taser the guy in the face just for fun, but on searching youtube im appalled to see a horrible series of videos.

Idaho police sodomize man with Taser
Boise police already had the suspect handcuffed when they rammed a Taser gun into his anus and fired.

Police Brutality: Deaf Handicapped Man Tasered & Pepper Sprayed in Bathroom for Taking too long
Police Brutality: Officers who used pepper spray and a Taser to remove a man from a store bathroom found out only later he was deaf and mentally

Police Brutality: Woman Badger Fan Tasered For Sitting in Isle
Police Brutality: Madison Wisconsin-- Video of a woman fan who was subjected to a taser during a Badger football game

Cop shoots & Kill unarmed Man(Oscar Grant)
did I do?' Then another officer came up with his Taser and held it right in his face. Oscar said, 'Please don't shoot me, please don't Taser me

sorry i cant post anymore, this is making me too mad.


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