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Observing “Our Finest”…


OUTRAGEOUS! Cop Assaults Elderly Woman With Dementia Over $13…


Date: April 19, 2021

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“Police in Loveland, Colorado dislocated the shoulder of a 73-year-old woman, who lives with dementia, after she simply forgot to pay Walmart $13.88 on June 26, 2020, according to a lawsuit filed Wednesday in federal court. The law office that represents Karen Garner released body-cam footage from the point-of-view of the arresting officer.

Video shows the officer in question pulling up to the side of the road, and approaching Garner from behind. He told her to stop.


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St. Louis police officers on trial for beating Black undercover detective during protest…


Date: March 30, 2021

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“St. Louis police detective Luther Hall was brutally beaten while working undercover at a protest against police brutality in September 2017. Now three fellow officers are on trial for the assault, which they claim was a case of mistaken identify. One of the officers already pleaded guilty and admitted to lying on the stand. Lauren Trager, an investigative reporter with CBS affiliate KMOV-TV, joins CBSN AM’s Anne-Marie Green to discuss the case.”

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12yo Girl Finds Hidden Camera Recording Her in Shower—It Belonged to a Cop…


Date: February 03, 2021

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“A top cop with the Weber County Sheriff’s Office was arrested last Wednesday and charged with utterly disturbing crimes for spying on the little girl. Marc Swain, 47, is a crime scene investigator with the sheriff’s office who has found himself on the other side of the law after his arrest last week on multiple counts of voyeurism and sexual exploitation of a minor.

Swain is accused of hiding a recording device in a bathroom used by a 12-year-old girl. The girl told her parents about the camera after she noticed a camera lens in various places moving around the bathroom every time she showered.

Before he was arrested, when Swain was questioned by someone who knows the girl, he reportedly told them that he accidentally left a “flash drive” in the bathroom that including a camera. Apparently, he “accidentally” left it in the bathroom — repeatedly and in different locations.

Because the alleged crimes took place in the county in which Swain is a cop, the Layton City Police Department was called in to conduct the investigation to prevent the conflict of interest.

Once the investigation was launched, Swain quickly caved to the pressure and admitted what he had been doing.

While this case may seem crazy, we reported on another identical case just a few weeks ago. As TFTP reported in December, just like Swain, a Mandan police officer in North Dakota set up a camera in the exhaust fan of a bathroom to record a young girl getting in and out of the shower. The person alleged to have put the camera in the fan is 45-year-old Scott Warzecha. Warzecha was the main suspect because the camera in the fan was on a cellphone that belonged to the cop.”

…Good grief!…these stories keep chaining, one to another…

…In the linked story in the above quote, they link to yet another case of the same thing…only with a cop recording a boy…

“As we previously reported, officer David Cerna of the Chesterfield police department was arrested for recording an underage boy using the bathroom with a hidden camera that he placed in a Mobile on the Run gas station, among other things. He would then upload the videos to a porn site online. He also detained and searched a child victim he had previously recorded.”

What’s with all these cops trying to get illegal nudies of young kids?

…Dare I follow that last link?…I might find more links, to more stories.

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Have A Seat With Chris Hansen Michigan Predator Episode Two – Predator Prison Guard…


Date: November 29, 2020

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“In the second episode of a return to catching predators, Chris is embedded with the Genesse & Shiawassee county Sheriff’s office. The GHOST team conducted a one day operation to catch predators seeking out children online. In this episode Chris meets Mike from Michigan.”

Here we go again.

Of course…there was no child involved here, at any point.

As I’ve promised in the past…I’ll share the activities of Chris Hansen as I encounter them.

This is something out there which is happening…and I have no qualms raising awareness of it.

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Cops tried to arrest an FBI agent of South Sudanese Origin!…


Date: June 06, 2020

01) Cops tried to arrest an FBI agent of South Sudanese Origin!

“The guy in red T-shirt is an American FBI Agent of South Sudanese origin. White cops harassed and attempted to arrest him. It gets sweet when he IDs himself. See how cops coiled their tails.”

Not sure if he’s actually an FBI agent…but these cops clearly got caught racial profiling…and he has some type of status, which stopped the process in it’s tracks…after he’d been put into handcuffs…So, it’s believable he is one.

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Anne Sacoolas now “wanted internationally” in death of Harry Dunn…

Date: June 03, 2020

01) Anne Sacoolas now “wanted internationally” in death of Harry Dunn

“Interpol has issued a wanted notice for Anne Sacoolas, the wife of a U.S. diplomat, in the death of 19-year-old Harry Dunn in a car crash in Britain last year. CBS News correspondent Imtiaz Tyab joins CBSN with the reaction from Dunn’s family.”


Officers Nearly Beat Innocent College Student to Death—Then Claim Immunity from All Accountability…

Date: June 02, 2020

01) Officers Nearly Beat Innocent College Student to Death—Then Claim Immunity from All Accountability

“You probably don’t know it, but federal agents are working closely with police where you live. Over the past few decades, joint task forces staffed by both state and federal police have become common. They now number more than one thousand. As a result of these federal/state partnerships, the government often plays what amounts to a shell game that makes it impossible to hold individual officers to account if they violate someone’s constitutional rights by, for example, engaging in police brutality or other misdeeds.

Here’s how it works: The tools an individual can use to hold a government officer to account for violating the Constitution depend on whether the officer was acting under state or federal law. But if an officer acts under both state and federal law—as it does when a joint task force is involved—the question becomes murkier. An officer accused of abusing his federal authority can claim he was actually acting using his state-law authority, and an officer accused of abusing his state-law authority can say he was really acting as a federal officer. Plaintiffs are left guessing and sometimes end up thrown out of court altogether.

James King, a law-abiding college student in Grand Rapids, Michigan, was forced to play this game after he was brutally beaten in an unjustifiable case of mistaken identity. Task force members misidentified James as a fugitive; stopped, searched, beat and choked him into unconsciousness; and then—even after it was clear they had the wrong man—arrested James and charged his with a series of felonies to cover their tracks. After fighting a criminal prosecution aimed at preventing James from vindicating his constitutional rights and sending him to prison, James was acquitted. But that was just the beginning.

When James filed a lawsuit against the officers to hold them to account for their actions, the officers argued they were entitled to several forms of immunity and persuaded the court to throw out James’ case. An appeals court reversed the worst parts of that decision, but the government has now taken James’ case to the U.S. Supreme Court, asking the Court to shield the officers from any accountability for violating the Constitution.

James has partnered with the Institute for Justice to protect the rights of all Americans who encounter federal and state task forces. As part of IJ’s Project on Immunity and Accountability, James and IJ are asking the Supreme Court to end the shell game and hold officers to account when they violate individuals’ Constitution rights.”


Drunk Driving Arrest of Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Brian Filipiak…


Date: October 29, 2018

01) Drunk Driving Arrest of Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Brian Filipiak

“On November 13, 2016 Lt. Brian Filipiak of the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office was arrested on suspicion of “super drunk” driving in northern Michigan’s Montmorency County.


00:15 Montmorency County Sheriff Deputy Zachery Morrison passed the pickup truck driven by Brian Filipiak, an off duty Lieutenant of the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office and turns around in pursuit.
00:45 The pickup truck is seen swerving over the fog line, into the shoulder, then back left over the center line.
1:00 Filipiak pulls his truck to the side of the road as he passes a Michigan DNR officer who was also responding to the 9-1-1 calls for a reckless driver.
1:20 Deputy Morrison approaches the driver
1:27 BODYCAM FOOTAGE BEGINS – The assisting DNR officer can be seen on the other side of the truck.
2:54 Deputy Morrison returns to the truck to have Filipiak take a field sobriety test.
11:50 Deputy Morrison beings to physically remove Filipiak from the truck.
13:25 Deputy Morrison and the assisting DNR office attempt to pull Filipiak from the truck.
13:48 Deputy Morrison warns Filipiak he’ll be tasered if he does not exit the truck.
16:53 Filipiak is placed under arrest.
20:08 Filipiak states he wants a “Cop to a Cop” deal
21:17 Both officers struggle to get Filipiak in the back seat of the police cruiser.”

My goodness!…

…what happens when a cop is engaged in a truly dangerous crime, and the shoe is on the other foot!…

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