(D) MAYOR & GOVERNOR ARE SACRIFICING MINNEAPOLIS TO THE SOROS MOB RIGHT NOW!!!
Graphic: Chicago officers brutally beat, dragged through streets as rioters come in by busloads - Law Enforcement Today
Giuliani sounds off on local leadership as nationwide protests erupt
The death of George Floyd is a tragedy. Even though the autopsy shows he was not asphyxiated, the 8 minute restraint and compression of his neck surely contributed to his death.
But what we are watching are not grassroots popup independent "peaceful protests".
These are always orchestrated from a network of groups whose one shared goal is the destruction of our system of government, our way of life.
This police officer was immediately fired, along with the others at the scene. Action was swift. He will stand trial and a jury of his peers will decide his fate.
The taxpayers will pay a hefty civil lawsuit too the family of this man.
Justice is being served.
There is no justification for these violent and destructive attacks, on police and on the businesses. THEY HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH THE DEATH OF GEORGE FLOYD except they are all using it as a useful crisis not to waste.
The actions of government leaders have allowed this to get to this point. Violent thugs and looters are not legally protesting and should be arrested immediately.
Instead these leaders express their sympathizes with these violent acts and restrain the police. They have embolden them. They have poured gasoline on small popup fires and created an inferno of violence and destruction, the least of which is targeted at our thin blue line.
For those of you who hate the police, remember, they are all that separate you and your friends and loved ones from evil. From the law of the jungle and total anarchy.
Once the police are restrained to the point of inefficiency, once they are too fearful to do their jobs, once criminals are unafraid to challenge them.........you are at the mercy of violent thugs.
Be careful what you wish for.
Now death threats - "Officer safety alert" issued after Brooklyn man calls for murder of police officers
While we were home safe last night, this cop, who does so much good, was the victim of a coward who threw a brick at his face. In retaliation for what happened in Minneapolis. Anarchy is the future of NYC. Pray for my NYPD. They need it now more than ever.
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Scenes from tonight’s violence in the 78 Pct. and 88 Pct. This is where years of failed leadership has brought us. The people who assaulted cops and burned RMPs have no interest in justice. They have no interest in peace. And our leaders have no plan for dealing with them. Police officers need to keep one goal in mind: everyone goes home EOT.
CNN HQ in Atlanta getting overrun by leftist protesters that they themselves whipped into a frenzy.
Many are defacing and vandalizing the giant CNN logo outside the building.
You're watching Dr. Frankenstein get destroyed by his own monster.
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The NY Post reported on the escalating anarchy in Minnesota.
Chaos and mayhem took over the streets of Minneapolis on Thursday night as protesters stormed a police precinct and set it ablaze in an explosion of anger over the death of George Floyd.
The Minneapolis Police Department’s 3rd precinct was engulfed in flames at around 10 p.m. local time as protesters took over the building, climbed atop its roof, and celebrated amid the flaming ruins.
Raising their fists in the air, the crowds chanted “What’s his name? George Floyd!” as fire alarms sounded in the background and fireworks were shot into the air.
A photo from the scene also showed rioters entering the precinct through an open door. Officers and other workers inside the precinct evacuated just after 10 p.m., the Minneapolis Police Department said in a statement.
“Protesters forcibly entered the building and have ignited several fires,” the department said.
The city Thursday night warned people to stay from the precinct in case the building explodes.
“We’re hearing unconfirmed reports that gas lines to the Third Precinct have been cut and other explosive materials are in the building,” the city tweeted.
“If you are near the building, for your safety, PLEASE RETREAT in the event the building explodes.”
As the precinct was up in flames, another fire roared across the street at a wine and liquor store near the intersection of Minnehaha Avenue and Lake Street.
The precinct over the past three nights has been a primary target of unruly protesters since as it’s believed the four since-fired officers involved in Floyd’s Monday arrest worked there.
Earlier Thursday, Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz called in the National Guard to try to stem the violence as the city’s mayor, Jacob Frey, also pleaded for calm.
It’s unclear if the state’s National Guard would be dispatched to the precinct.
But shortly after midnight local time, they tweeted they were “ready” to assist so the fire department could “safely do their mission.”
Protests in the city over Floyd, who died Monday shortly after a white cop kneeled on his neck, have grown increasingly violent since Tuesday night.
On Wednesday night, protesters looted a Target, set fires to several buildings and businesses, including an AutoZone ablaze, and vandalized the 3rd Precinct.
Also on Wednesday night, a man was fatally shot outside a pawn shop and other people were beaten.
Police in the city have so far refrained from making widespread arrests, but they have used tear gas and flash bang grenades to try to curb the chaos.
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So again, the lemmings run into the street to protest and outrage after a police officer apparently causes the death of someone who resisted arrest. No doubt organized by the left.
Yes, it appears this cop contributed to his death. It was not pleasant to watch. But an autopsy will be done and he will be tried.
This cop was fired. If guilty he will pay the price.
So Why Take To The Streets ?????? Why now??
Every day these officers risk their lives to protect the people of this neighborhood. How many lives have these cops saved ? How many sons, daughters, brothers, sisters,moms, and dads are alive today because these brave souls risk all in their neighborhoods?
What is to gain from this "outrage"?
What will happen is what happened in Chicago, Baltimore, Ferguson, and elsewhere.
Cops will no longer risk their lives to protect the people.
Instead they will be handcuffed and fearful to proactively get involved.
The risks are far to great if something goes wrong.
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Without the support of the city and it's people, the law dies and all pay a heavy price.
And the bodies stack up........
In contrast, dozens were killed over the weekend in the inner cities - and not one protest planned because they weren't killed by cops.
I guess this violence is accepted.
Sad state of affairs.
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Be careful what you fight for.........
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This is from Ret Detective Andrew McDonald NYPD. His hero brother, Sean McDonald was murdered by this miscreant and he is up for parole. Let’s keep this animal in a cage where he belongs . Please take notice and if you can help, please do so:
In a few weeks my family will give statements in front of the New York State Parole Board. This will be our second time trying to prevent Inmate Javier Miranda’s release since he became eligible for parole in 2018.
Due to the ongoing pandemic we are forced to give our statements over the phone, so the members of Parole Board will not see the emotion that comes with our statements.
I am reaching out to everyone in hopes of flooding the Parole Board with opposition letters so that they get a clear message - cop killers should never be granted parole.
It should always be a priority to keep those responsible for the death of Police Officer behind bars for the rest of their lives.
From reading the transcripts of Inmate Miranda’s interview with the board in 2018 I came away feeling that my brother’s sacrifice meant nothing to some members of the Parole Board. They asked ground ball questions and seemed impressed with what these criminals have done during their incarceration. Some members totally ignored the role this inmate played in the murder of a New York City Police Officer who was in full uniform responding to a robbery in progress.
Do not allow New York to revert back to what is was in the 1970’s 1980’s and 1990’s. Please take a few moments to send a letter or an email to the Parole Board demanding they keep my brother’s killers in prison. See the attached letter for more information about where you can send the letter.
Be safe - and thank you in advance!
Letters in Support or Opposition to the Board of Parole
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Enforce the LAW. Stand by the Constitution. Stop enforcing the tyranny of Democrats. When it goes south on you one day, they will not have your back, nor will the American people.
Be Like Missouri..........
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Chicago - 5 homicides NY? Hold my beer....
Memorial Day weekend already deadliest in years with 36 shot, 9 killed in Chicago
Officials: Rise in shootings forces NYPD to redeploy coronavirus resources
Good idea. Let's leave the gestapo social distancing enforcement alone and get back to fighting crime.
This last Thursday morning, May 21, a Syrian-American terrorist armed with an AR-15, a shotgun, and a pistol planned to shoot the gate guard, enter the Navy base in Corpus Christi, Texas and kill as many on base as possible. A young female Sailor on duty checking IDs was shot square in the chest by the terrorist. (The picture you see here is being distributed online but it is unconfirmed if her) .
Her ceramic armor stopped the bullet, but the force knocked her to the ground. She was able to activate the final denial barrier before the terrorist could pass through. She then unloaded her side arm pistol into the vehicle killing the terrorist and saving unknown lives. Just in case this hadn't made it into your news feed, I thought you should know.
The 1975 NYPD Layoffs, as it was 45 years ago.
At midnight on June 30, 1975 in New York City 5,034 police officers were dismissed. Here is the account of that evening in one NYPD precinct, the 32. Finally, the real story can be told.
At the time the 32nd Precinct in central Harlem had approximately 500 police officers assigned to police its one square mile territory of around 100,000 citizens. The officers were almost entirely all white and the community was 100% black. Of the 500, half had less than 2 years on the job.
There were 28 Sergeants assigned to that command, half of which had come from the promotion class of November 1974 and were still serving their 9 months probation on that night; I was one of those rookie sergeants. The command also had 5 Lieutenants, 2 Captains and one Deputy Inspector, the Commanding Officer. The 32 was an extremely active command with over 200 homicides each year in the 70s. Together with the 28 and the 25, it formed Manhattan North’s Fifth Division, aka homicide alley.
On my promotion to sergeant, I had come from an 18-month assignment as an instructor in the NYPD Police Academy where we tried to instill discipline and ‘by the book’ practices in the recruits, knowing that would erode over time in the field. But the 32 had an astonishingly poor discipline profile, beyond anything I had seen in my then 7-year career.
The Command Officer, who was rumored to be politically connected within the department, was serving out his time in a ‘promotion command’ until he could make full Inspector and move on. As such, he did not want to rock the boat and confront any problems. Let’s just keep the lid on until I can get out of here, was his management style.
That attitude filtered down through the other bosses, with some exceptions, and as a result the cops pretty much acted as if they were in another world apart from the rest of the NYPD. “Nobody from the media or from headquarters ever comes up here, so don’t worry about it” was the prevailing mindset.
I’ll leave the details of the discipline breakdown, which were observable in many forms, for another day; but we should understand the environment of the night of June 30, 1975. Leading up to that night the city had been engaged in a desperate effort to meet the budget for the new fiscal year which began July 1st. The Lindsay administration which the current Mayor Beame had taken over from; had incompetently run the city into a fiscal disaster and the Beame administration was frantically looking to avoid bankruptcy by securing a federal bailout, a bailout which then President Ford would not give.
As part of the brinkmanship, layoff notices had been given to more than 5,000 young cops, those who were the last hired. This packet of information had been issued to each officer involved in the layoffs with complete instructions on how to surrender their shield, weapons, etc. However, because Beame was hoping for a last-minute rescue, the layoffs would not be effective until a teletype message was sent from headquarters to each command activating the procedure. It was now the 3rd platoon and the layoffs, which were to be effective at midnight that day, June 30th, had not yet been issued the activation message. There was a lot of tension in the air as the third platoon turned out at 1530 hours that day.
Here we were asking these young cops to go out and risk their lives one more time before being dismissed at midnight. It should be noted that the 32 had 13 photos of cops killed in the line of duty on the muster room wall facing the desk; the most, by far, of any precinct in the city at that time. As was usual in that command, the RMPs were each assigned with one senior officer and one rookie. The thinking was that the senior guy could provide much needed guidance to the understandably apprehensive rookies.
As the afternoon turned to night, more and more RMPs were stopping by the station house to get any updates on the teletype message that was to come down activating the layoff order. Many were hoping that some last-minute deal would avoid the situation altogether, or that it was actually only a bluff by the mayor to get Washington or Albany to respond. Somewhere around 2100 hours most of the RMPs were in front of the station house with their crews inside awaiting the word.
I was one of two patrol sergeants that evening and the jobs in the 32 were seriously backed up. At the time I fully understood the mindset of these rookies in not wanting to give their all to a city that was betraying them. They should never have been sent out on patrol that evening. But the situation was getting serious and we were holding something like 16 jobs in the 32 that night. I stopped in to the station house to assess the situation and found most of the officers had assembled in the cop’s lunch room in the rear of the building.
The lieutenant assigned to the desk that night, the Station House Supervisor, was a sardonic and useless individual who almost always assigned a cop, usually a favorite of his, to handle the desk duties; while he hid out for the entire tour in the lieutenant’s locker room watching television from the comfort of his recliner chair. The lieutenant’s locker room was located just to the side of the desk so that he could be alerted if some high-ranking boss visited.
When I entered the cops lunch room, a rather spacious place that was generally considered to be off-limits to bosses, I could see that there were enough senior officers, those in no danger of being laid off, to at least partially field the patrol sectors and help clear up the backlog. I asked each if they would be willing to pair up with another senior officer and resume patrol and I would see to the reassignments. They all agreed.
I went to the lieutenant’s locker room and knocked on the door. Our useless lieutenant beckoned me enter. I explained my plan to him, and since he was the platoon commander, I sought his permission to make the changes. The rookies would be assigned to foot posts in the immediate area of the station house, although I knew they were unlikely to leave the station house. His response to me was a dismissive, “You do whatever you want.” I then went to the desk and got a copy of the assignments on the roll call log. I made handwritten post changes in the log, reassigning both seniors and rookies, initialing all the changes.
I then informed all the cops of the changes made, and with the senior cops resumed patrol and began to answer jobs again. The other patrol sergeant chose to remain in the station house. There were several other sergeants there as well. We actually had too many sergeants assigned to the 32, I think it was based on some kind of ratio of sergeants to cops; and since we had 500 cops, it called for 28 sergeants. But there were only two supervisor zones, 32 Zone North and 32 Zone South, so on any given tour there would be an extra sergeant or two more than were assigned to the two zones.
On paper these sergeants would be assigned as a third man in a sector car, but they would instead just hang out in the sergeant’s locker room watching television from the comfort of a recliner. I believe I was the only sergeant to ride third man in a sector. I was a most unwelcome ‘ride along’ but I thought it would set a really bad example to hide out in the locker room.
So on the evening of June 30th 1975 the 32 station house had about 16 rookie cops, 3 patrol sergeants, the ICO sergeant, the administrative lieutenant, the desk lieutenant, and the DI Commanding Officer all present in the station house as we approached the looming deadline, waiting as we were for the activation message. I and my driver and about 8 other sector cars of senior cops handled the jobs a cleared the backlog..
What was taking place back at the barn? Reportedly the rookies were bringing in cases of beer, and along with some of the bosses, drowning their troubles as the night dragged on. Not a very good combination for such an emotion filled evening. So, when the activation finally did come down around 2320 hours, the tour had just about ended. At that time the 3rd platoon ran from 1520 hours to 2330 hours. The extra 10 minutes in the beginning of each tour was for prep time.
At 2320 hours a new lieutenant was just getting ready to assume command of the 1st platoon which would begin at 2330 hours. As I entered the station house at 2330, the end of my shift, I saw him scrambling to effectuate the layoff protocol. He was a really good guy and I asked if I could help in any way, even though my shift was over. He told me that was unnecessary and that I should just go home. As I proceeded to the locker room to change, I could see that there were cops leaving the building who were officially laid off and were refusing to acknowledge the Lieutenant’s direction to stop and surrender their gun and shield. Their response was that they were off-duty now and the department had no authority over their time.
As I left the building and headed home, I wondered how things were going to work out. The Lieutenant was busy processing out the rookie cops coming in for the 1st platoon. Reportedly some of the 3rd platoon rookies did not go home, but, with alcohol already in their veins, began visiting some of the watering holes in the precinct, places where no white man would normally be seen, taking out their vengeance against the city on local patrons. In one such instance, a man was beaten to death.
Of course, there was a big IAD investigation of the events on the 3rd platoon. The DI CO said that he had remained in his office the entire time and knew nothing, the Lt. Desk Officer said he saw nothing and did not approve any assignment changes, and that I never spoke to him. The sergeants in the SH that evening said they saw nothing as did the Admin LT. The ICO said he saw nothing.
Based on the eyewitness testimony of a patron in the bar where the man was killed, several former officers were charged in his death. However, several months later, that sole witness against them was found with a bullet through the head. Eventually all charges were dropped against them and I believed they were all later hired back.
Several of the sergeants who were present later accepted guilty charges for failure to supervise as did the desk lieutenant. As for myself, I was never charged with any misconduct and was instead praised by the Borough Commander for showing initiative. But the real guilty parties were the Department and the Mayor for letting this tragedy develop. No cop should have been sent out on patrol, hours before being dismissed.
New images, video surface of young black man ruthlessly beating elderly white patients in nursing home
He was sent there after being diagnosed with Covid 19!!
Editor Warning: The photos and video clips you’re going to see in this article are extremely disturbing.
DETROIT, MI – A new video clip and photos have emerged showing the victims of ongoing attacks in a nursing home in Michigan.
On Friday, Law Enforcement Today told you about a disturbing event caught on video of a young man beating an elderly nursing home patient until he bled. And on Saturday, we exposed new details about the investigation.
Jaydon Hayden, 20 years old, filmed himself punching multiple elderly people repeatedly until they bled at the Westwood Nursing Center.
We’ve learned about a new victim thanks to a GoFundMe campaign launched by a grandchild.
Lana Rodriguez share photos of her grandmother, along with the following message:
She share more information about the injuries the grandmother suffered.
“This man needs to be brought to justice. My poor grandmother suffered a hematoma and a mild concussion due to this monster including other medical factors.”
The video is even more disturbing.
“We have raised a small amount but thank you for those who have contributed . My grandmother has been recovering from her attacker but we still are trying to raise for a good lawyer to go against this animal in a court of law and for medical expenses,” said Rodriguez.
The man in the original video that went viral was a 75-year-old United States Veteran.
And on Saturday, we discovered that Hayden was only brought to the nursing home last week, and he was staying there because he was diagnosed with COVID-19.
If that doesn’t make sense to you, you’re not alone.
Hayden’s father spoke to the local news station Fox2. He said that Hayden has mental health issues, including autism, and severe behavioral issues, and while he does box, he’s normally not vicious.
His father (who wished to not be identified) said that Hayden called him from the group home he’s living at to say that he wasn’t sleeping well, was hearing voices, and was feeling anxious.
Last week, he went to a mental health facility in Ann Arbor. While there, he was diagnosed with the virus and workers told his father they were taking him to another facility to quarantine.
His father said that Hayden should not have been taken to the nursing home and he would not have consented if he knew that’s where they were taking him.
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, of course, has for some reason ordered that patients with COVID-19 positive tests be quarantined inside of nursing homes. We don’t know much about the virus, but what we do know is that it has proven deadly to the elderly.
Whitmer’s executive order requires nursing homes that are at less than 80% capacity to take in quarantined COVID-19 patients.
Melissa Samuel, president of the Health Care Association of Michigan, told Detroit News:
“These were areas that we immediately brought to the attention of the state and said you shouldn’t be implementing this in this manner.”
A spokesperson has since said that Whitmer is “reviewing” the order.
Hayden’s father said:
“It should’ve never happened because he should’ve never been put in that environment.”
But, he was in that environment, and it did happen. While he punched the man repeatedly in the face and head, Hayden called the man, “Bitch ass n*gga” several times.
Hayden is also accused of assaulting a staff member in Washtenaw County and there is at least one other video of him assaulting an elderly patient, a female this time.
Hayden has a YouTube channel full of videos of him boxing, along with “pranks.”
Fox2 reported that he attends NorWayne Boxing Gym but he’s not an official member of the youth program there.
The gym issued a statement online, which said:
“We share everyone’s sadness over this situation. What this highlights is the importance of helping at-risk kids in our community at an early age.”
Westwood Nursing Center said that they were unaware of the abuse until they saw the video. Their attorney has said that they are cooperating with police and investigating the incident on their own as well.
Social media has not been kind regarding the situation.
Here’s the original story we brought you.
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