pa2a.org


Share Thread:  
Cop bashes a woman - GRAPHIC VIDEO
#1
This one gets it own..


Before everyone lines up to say we don't what she did, the video shows a continuous stream of events far prior to the incident, there was no provocation for this.

This guy bashes some womans head in by throwing her against a concrete bench. While I don't think he intended to throw her against the bench I think he intended to throw her. He stops and pushes her back with TWO HANDS! He should go to jail for a while and of course should never wear a badge again.

In my opinion, she at that point, if she had any ability to do so, had every right to fight to the death to kill the officer in self-defense. He acted criminally. Any reasonable person in that situation would be afraid of death or serious injury. At that point the officer has zero immunity, IMO, and is just a normal ordinary thug.

All that being said I don't think he imagined his actions would have caused any harm so I don't want to see him hanged in the town square but I want him in jail for a while and without a badge or authority position forever. If I was a judge I make it so he could never serve in a government role nor as any type of security guard position again. He obviously can't handle a role of power.

OH AND JUST SO YOU KNOW THIS ONE WASN'T EVEN SUSPENDED! NICE TO BE BEHIND THE BLUE LINE

[Image: cassandra.gif]

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pla...PfQ7Q#t=46

[Image: cassandra-feurestein-3.png]


http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/headlines/20...sues-cops/


[Image: cassandra-feurestein-5.png]

[Image: cassandra-feurestein-7.png]

[Image: brutal-13.png]

[Image: Cassandra-Feuerstein-injuries.jpg]

Quote:“The Village of Skokie expresses deep concern for Ms. Cassandra Feuerstein’s
injuries that occurred at the Skokie Police Station earlier this year,” the town’s spokeswoman Ann Tennes said in a statement. “Officer Michael Hart has been on station duty and has no contact with the public. Both the Village of Skokie and the Cook County State’s Attorney have ongoing investigations pending that began when the incident occurred… The Village of Skokie is committed to reaching a full resolution in this matter.”
Reply
#2
We know what she did. She failed to look at the camera during the mug shot.
Reply
#3
http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/headlines/20...sues-cops/

watch the video here.

AFTER the footage of the cop that pushed the woman in the cell there is one of a fucking pig slamming a woman's face into a car for no reason. She didn't file a complaint the video was discovered by a routine viewing of the videos.

there are more videos of police criminal acts right after just deal with the ads.
http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/headlines/20...sues-cops/

After that

Quote:“The Village of Skokie expresses deep concern for Ms. Cassandra Feuerstein’s
injuries that occurred at the Skokie Police Station earlier this year,” the town’s spokeswoman Ann Tennes said in a statement. “Officer Michael Hart has been on station duty and has no contact with the public. Both the Village of Skokie and the Cook County State’s Attorney have ongoing investigations pending that began when the incident occurred… The Village of Skokie is committed to reaching a full resolution in this matter.”

ExcelToExcel;121431 Wrote:http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/headlines/20...sues-cops/

watch the video here.

AFTER the footage of the cop that pushed the woman in the cell there is one of a fucking pig slamming a woman's face into a car for no reason. She didn't file a complaint the video was discovered by a routine viewing of the videos.

there are more videos of police criminal acts right after just deal with the ads.

Just keep watching. Nothing like dragging a 77 year old woman out of a car.

http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/headlines/20...sues-cops/

Quote:“The Village of Skokie expresses deep concern for Ms. Cassandra Feuerstein’s
injuries that occurred at the Skokie Police Station earlier this year,” the town’s spokeswoman Ann Tennes said in a statement. “Officer Michael Hart has been on station duty and has no contact with the public. Both the Village of Skokie and the Cook County State’s Attorney have ongoing investigations pending that began when the incident occurred… The Village of Skokie is committed to reaching a full resolution in this matter.”

Coops;121429 Wrote:We know what she did. She failed to look at the camera during the mug shot.

LOL.. Yes..
Reply
#4
Just another isolated incident.. On the bright side no dogs were shot.
Reply
#5
It the video shows the total situation then the LEO needs to be charged with aggravated assault. Once convicted the judge should double his sentence

With that said, I still think abuse of power by the police is less of an issue than you would like us to believe.
Shadowline, proud to be a member of pa2a.org since Sep 2012.
Reply
#6
Shadowline;121466 Wrote:It the video shows the total situation then the LEO needs to be charged with aggravated assault. Once convicted the judge should double his sentence

With that said, I still think abuse of power by the police is less of an issue than you would like us to believe.
Yeah only about 12 or so a day reported and many many many unreported just like the woman in my link that had her head clearly bashed into the side of the car and didn't press charges but it was found by a random review of the tape, which got the cop locked up.
Reply
#7
ExcelToExcel;121470 Wrote:
Shadowline;121466 Wrote:It the video shows the total situation then the LEO needs to be charged with aggravated assault. Once convicted the judge should double his sentence

With that said, I still think abuse of power by the police is less of an issue than you would like us to believe.
Yeah only about 12 or so a day reported and many many many unreported just like the woman in my link that had her head clearly bashed into the side of the car and didn't press charges but it was found by a random review of the tape, which got the cop locked up.

I've been following the Police Misconduct feed for a good while (back before it was handed over to the Cato Institute. There's an average of 8-10 officer incidents daily, ranging from the lowest ranking probie to chiefs of the department. So let's say 9 for clear math. 9 X 365 is 3,285. These are only the ones reported on, and it is absolutely certain that many issues go unreported. With around 800, 000 officers nationally, that's one "known" act being reported for every 244 officers. Keeping in mind that there are frequently single reports contain information about multiple crimes being committed by one or more officers (with some cases including dozens or even hundreds of crimes), the true number of crimes per officer is much higher. The average reported crime compiled for 2009 was 980 per 100, 000 officers for a total of 7840. So, based on THAT data, it's near 1: 102 crimes to officers.

Consider that based on population, the total number of ALL crimes (from minor to major) is about 1 for every 30 citizens. And consider that the nature of the crimes being committed and reported about police officers tends to be significantly more egregious (ie., felonious)... not just misdemeanors, and the fact that these people are supposed to be #1more trustworthy and #2 more dedicated to law and order, it's clear that there is a very poor record for law enforcement in America.

Considering the damage that these types of people perpetrate on the citizenry, meaning "life altering" issues from wrongful imprisonment, abuse, and murder, I find it fully acceptable to enact much harsher sentences for LEOs... however, the reverse seems to be the norm.
tolerance for failure meter... LOW
Reply
#8
It's the "BILL OF RIGHTS" not the bill of "needs"
Reply
#9
Your figures are simular to mine. I estimated very roughly, 1 in 200 basee on cato and a few other sources I don't readily recall. Your final is double that but as you understand it isn't exact. I always try to be conservative so as not to get flamed. Smile

Ten*K;121521 Wrote:
ExcelToExcel;121470 Wrote:Yeah only about 12 or so a day reported and many many many unreported just like the woman in my link that had her head clearly bashed into the side of the car and didn't press charges but it was found by a random review of the tape, which got the cop locked up.

I've been following the Police Misconduct feed for a good while (back before it was handed over to the Cato Institute. There's an average of 8-10 officer incidents daily, ranging from the lowest ranking probie to chiefs of the department. So let's say 9 for clear math. 9 X 365 is 3,285. These are only the ones reported on, and it is absolutely certain that many issues go unreported. With around 800, 000 officers nationally, that's one "known" act being reported for every 244 officers. Keeping in mind that there are frequently single reports contain information about multiple crimes being committed by one or more officers (with some cases including dozens or even hundreds of crimes), the true number of crimes per officer is much higher. The average reported crime compiled for 2009 was 980 per 100, 000 officers for a total of 7840. So, based on THAT data, it's near 1: 102 crimes to officers.

Consider that based on population, the total number of ALL crimes (from minor to major) is about 1 for every 30 citizens. And consider that the nature of the crimes being committed and reported about police officers tends to be significantly more egregious (ie., felonious)... not just misdemeanors, and the fact that these people are supposed to be #1more trustworthy and #2 more dedicated to law and order, it's clear that there is a very poor record for law enforcement in America.

Considering the damage that these types of people perpetrate on the citizenry, meaning "life altering" issues from wrongful imprisonment, abuse, and murder, I find it fully acceptable to enact much harsher sentences for LEOs... however, the reverse seems to be the norm.
Reply
#10
ExcelToExcel;121541 Wrote:Your figures are simular to mine. I estimated very roughly, 1 in 200 basee on cato and a few other sources I don't readily recall. Your final is double that but as you understand it isn't exact. I always try to be conservative so as not to get flamed. Smile

What are you basing your numbers off of to get this count??
steelcityk9cop, proud to be a member of pa2a.org since Sep 2012.
Reply






Possibly Related Threads...
Thread Author Replies Views Last Post
  Okay, this cop deserves a lawsuit RugerGirl 8 1,222 11-10-2015, 10:31 AM
Last Post: RugerGirl
  NJ at it again: Woman arrested at Newark Airport bigdawgbeav 1 674 09-29-2015, 11:05 AM
Last Post: RugerGirl
  Woman's guns seized RugerGirl 1 621 08-23-2015, 08:12 PM
Last Post: streaker69
  NJ woman dies waiting for gun :-( RugerGirl 16 2,773 06-11-2015, 11:50 PM
Last Post: RugerGirl
  [DUMBFOUNDING VIDEO] CNN: Radical Islam Is A ‘Made-Up Idea’ das 2 633 05-13-2015, 06:51 AM
Last Post: halftrack



Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)

Software by MyBB, © 2002-2015 MyBB Group.
Template by Modogodo Design.