COPS MURDER PEOPLE EVERY DAY
All cops and other law enforcement members are robbing, beating and murdering people everyday. They do so because they get away with doing it. The crooked lawyers and the corrupt judges always protect the bad cops. There are seldom any charges filed and almost never will any of the cops be arrested for their crimes. Keep in mind that these attacks are committed by the police against people more than 1000 times each day (50 states X 20 criminal police attacks) and only very few of these attacks ever make it into the news. In one year, there are over 1000 people murdered by the police, 1,241 in 2017 and 1,083 in 2018, almost 3 people a day.
Here is the GURU’s collection of the most disgusting stories of police brutality and crimes cops committed against the people. Remember these poor civilian victims the next time some idiot talking head on the news media calls cops “AMERICA’S FINEST“.
Because of the overwhelming amount of daily police brutality – we can only list here a few examples. If you have anything you would like us to post here, please send it to us by email at our contact page.
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Ashli Elizabeth Babbitt, a 35-year-old woman from San Diego, was fatally shot in the neck on January 6, 2021 by a Washington D.C. Capitol police or Secret Service undercover plainclothes cop (seen on the left in the video) as she attempted to climb through an already broken window in a barricaded door that leads into the Speaker’s Lobby, which has direct access to the House floor. The incident was recorded on several cameras. A law enforcement official later told The Washington Post that the police knew she was unarmed, but the officer inside who shot her did not know that, and all police officers had been falsely briefed that many of the intruders were carrying concealed weapons. She was unarmed and at most she was guilty under 18 U.S. Code § 1752 (b)(2) of a misdemeanor.
At the time the government murdered her, Ashli had not threatened or injured anyone. The only crime she might have possibly been guilty of was trespassing. The D.C. Metropolitan Police Department has launched an investigation into her murder, and the officer who murdered her was placed on administrative paid vacation. As per standard protocol, a police investigation is now underway into the circumstances of her death, with the officer who fired the fatal shot having his police powers suspended. Generally under federal law, deadly force is only authorized in 5 circumstances and ONLY when “when all lesser means have failed or cannot reasonably be employed.”
2) Serious offenses against persons.
3) To prevent the theft, sabotage or control of Nuclear weapons or nuclear explosive devices.
4) To prevent the theft, sabotage or control of special nuclear material.
5) Apprehension of someone who is reasonably believed to have committed one of the offenses above.
The cop who murdered this woman is going to have a hard time justifying his unauthorized use of deadly force.
Ashli was an American patriot and pro-Trump supporter, and had tweeted the previous day about how excited she was about going to Washington D.C. Ashli Babbitt served as a high-level security officer throughout her time in Air Force. Military records show that she held a Senior Airman’s rank, having entered active duty in April 2004 and served tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. Her last active-duty station was Dyess Air Force Base in Texas, where she was security forces controller, before leaving the military in 2008.
Below is the video of the Capitol cop on the left, shooting Ashli Babbitt as she attempts to enter into the Speaker’s Lobby. Note carefully all of the police around her who did not consider her a threat and made no attempt to stop her from going through the broken window into the Speaker’s Lobby. Notice also the official in coat and tie yelling through the broken door window at the murdering cop inside….
I CAN'T BREATH
George Perry Floyd Jr. (October 14, 1973 – May 25, 2020) was an African American man murdered in Minneapolis by four police officers who arrived on the scene. After his death, large violent protests and riots against police brutality, especially toward black people, quickly spread, burning many cities in the United States and internationally.
Floyd was arrested on May 25, 2020, after allegedly passing a counterfeit $20 bill at a grocery store in Minneapolis. He died when Derek Chauvin, a white police officer, pressed his knee on Floyd’s neck for 8 minutes and 46 seconds during the arrest while an unarmed and non-threatening Floyd was in handcuffs smashed face down in the street. Two other officers further restrained Floyd and the fourth cop prevented onlookers from intervening to help Floyd breathe. In the final two minutes of his execution, Floyd lay completely motionless on the ground and had no pulse. Even though the officers did eventually call for medical assistance, they took no other action to revive him. Chauvin still kept pressing his knee on un-moving Floyd’s neck even after emergency medical technicians arrived.
All four cops were fired from the city police department – and then arrested. Derek Chauvin is charged with second-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in Floyd’s death. Former officers Tou Thao, J. Alexander Kueng and Thomas Lane are each charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder, as well as aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter. All four were confined in jails while awaiting their court trials, now set for March 2021. Some were later released on bail bonds pending their convictions in court.
George Floyd got a life sentence and was buried and never convicted for the alleged fake $20 dollar bill……….
Dallas police kneel on unarmed, non violent man’s back until they crush the life out and they kill him. Tony Timpa pleaded for help more than 30 times as cops pinned his face and neck to the ground by kneeling on him. “You’re gonna kill me! You’re gonna kill me! You’re gonna kill me!”
The police crushed him for 14 minutes and all the cops just laughed and joke about it. By the time he was put into an ambulance, the 32-year-old was dead. Timpa had called 911, saying he was afraid and needed help. He told a dispatcher he suffered from schizophrenia and depression and was off his prescription medication. The Dallas police refused to say how a man who had called 911, asking for help, ended up dead.
The three officers, Kevin Mansell, Danny Vasquez and Dustin Dillard, were indicted by a grand jury in 2017. The grand jury’s criminal indictment of the police stated that the “officers engaged in reckless conduct.” But in March, Dallas County District Attorney John Creuzot dismissed all the charges. Aug. 10, 2016
California Highway Patrol officer repeatedly punching a woman in the face on the side of the highway. The woman, 51-year-old grandmother Marlene Pinnock, was unarmed. The cop said she was J walking. “It’s our opinion that the CHP officer is the one who is a danger to others,” one civil rights lawyer said. No criminal charges were filed against the cop. July 4, 2014.
Greenville, South Carolina around midnight, the deputy arrived at the home and rang the doorbell but was unable to make initial contact with anybody. The frightened deputy then saw someone moving inside and fired his weapon 2 times from outside through the window glass as he retreated off the porch after shooting the homeowner inside. The home owner survived. The deputy has been cleared of any criminal wrongdoing. The Greenville News reports that the deputy didn’t even face routine internal discipline from his department. June 13th 2019
Police shoot unarmed man laying on ground with his hands up. The 47 year old black man was shot by police while he was attempting to help a suicidal man with autism in North Miami, Florida. 21 July 2016
UPS truck police shootout on Miami street – 19 officers approached the UPS truck and opened fire, leaving all the vehicles ridden with bullet holes. 200 shots were fired – 4 people were shot to death by the cops. None of the police were shot or injured because they were hiding behind the civilians trapped inside their cars. Manny Orosa, was Miami-Dade’s police chief from 2011 to 2015, questions the shooting because of the number of surrounding civilians and the hostage. “If you’re shooting into a truck and you don’t have a clear vision of who you’re shooting at, you don’t shoot at the truck.” December 5, 2019
New Mexico’s Mesa View Middle School where, Zachary Christensen of the Farmington Police Department, forced the girl’s arms behind her, slamming her into the side of the school building and throwing her to the ground in the process. The 11 year old girl took 2 milk cartons at school lunch – so the cop beat her up for 6 minutes while trying to handcuff her. No charges filed against him
Mesa Police Department officer Philip Brailsford shot 5 times and killed Daniel Leetin Shaver of Granbury, Texas in the hallway of a La Quinta Inn & Suites hotel. The screaming cops murdered a non-threatening and unarmed Daniel Shaver inside his hotel after giving him confusing commands and making him crawl towards them. The murdering cops were found not guilty. January 18, 2016
Ruby Ridge Idaho, federal police (FBI) attack and murder Viki Weaver and her son Sammy(14) after shooting their dog. The FBI snipers shot Viki in the face and Sammy in the back. August 1992.
Waco Texas, federal police (FBI-ATF) attack and murder, by shooting and burning to death, 80 religious people, including women and children inside their church sanctuary. February 1993.
Harney Oregon, local and federal police (FBI) ambush Lavoy Finicum and friends at a roadblock. They shoot and kill Lavoy as soon as he gets out of his truck with his hands up and then the FBI start shooting at others in the truck. This is a composite video with cell phone audio from inside the truck added. January 2016.