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Analysis posted Aug 09 2014, 9:20 PM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: InformationLiberation Print

Cop Assaults Man For Requesting His Supervisor, Tries To Make Video "Disappear"

Chris | InformationLiberation

"You don't need my supervisor, I am my supervisor," St. Petersburg police officer Kenneth Pienik belligerently belted before throwing his clipboard to the ground and proceeding to violently assault Stephen Woodworth, 46, of St. Petersburg, Florida for having the audacity to ask to speak to his supervisor.

Woodworth was being harassed by Pienik because he was allegedly found slumped over his car wheel in a pool parking lot. As he was not driving, he hadn't committed any crime. Of course, as a cop, where there isn't crime, you can create it. The officer did so by throwing Woodworth violently to the ground and staging a classic "contempt of cop" arrest. While not resisting in any way, including while being thrown to the ground, officer Pienik then proceeded to pull out his taser and tase Woodworth while he lay compliantly on the ground, I guess just to show him who's boss.

After committing his assault, which it should be noted his fellow officers did nothing to stop, he then proceeded to commence the cover-up by failing to make a copy of the video and put it into evidence, then providing a different video which didn't show the assault to the state's attorney upon request. The attorney's office says the officer said he was going to make the video "disappear," which peaked their suspicion.

Despite his attempts to stonewall, the video was retrieved and the officer exposed for the world to see. He was just fired as a result and cited for using unnecessary force, conduct unbecoming of a state employee, improper procedures, and a host of other violations -- but crucially, he wasn't charged with assault, assault with a deadly weapon, nor torture, all of which he committed, on video -- and all of which the victim in this case would have been charged with if he was the aggressor and the situation was reversed.

Nonetheless, the officer's crimes were excused by the state as him having used "bad judgement" and following "improper procedure."

Watch the video of the assault:


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Anonymous

Posted: Aug 10 2014, 5:20 PM

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67171 Just one video after another. These cops need to be tazed and skinned alive in my opinion. May they be hung upside down over a fire pit, so their brains slowly boil. Fucking pigs
Anonymous

Posted: Aug 10 2014, 5:28 PM

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1747 Lawsuit time anyone?
Anonymous

Posted: Aug 10 2014, 6:48 PM

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118148 That sack of shit needs a bullet in the head.
Cops, as enforcers of the law, need to be held to a HIGHER standard. This was inexcusable. If I had been present and armed, I would have dealt to all three of them after seeing them do this to this man. Only one pig was the aggressor, but the other two should have stopped the assault and arrested their fellow pig. The fact that they didn't, makes them accomplices in his crime.
George O

Posted: Aug 10 2014, 7:20 PM

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107196 I notice the cop is a little punk, very short and way overweight. It's natural for such a free-donut fetcher to show he's tough when given color of badge. He probably hasn't been laid but once or twice in his life, and therefore hasn't the opportunity to beat up some woman who'd be living with him.
After the law suits are settled, this Billy-Barty cop won't own anything, not the fillings in his teeth nor his shoes. He'll have to work in a circus in order to make monthly payments to the victim.
George O

Posted: Aug 10 2014, 7:54 PM

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107196 What's interesting is that this twerp of a cop lives with his mother over on 9th Street in a $41,000 dump, according to public records. It's a wonder the police department ever hired him given his short stature and likely psychological tendency to become unhinged.
George O

Posted: Aug 10 2014, 8:01 PM

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107196 It makes me wonder if 'Pienik' isn't his mother's maiden name.
George O

Posted: Aug 10 2014, 8:13 PM

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107196 It turns out that 'Pienik' is a Polish name and the family moved from Chicago to St. Petersburg, because of discrimination. In Chicago they wouldn't allow them to swim in Lake Michigan, because they left a ring around it.
George O

Posted: Aug 10 2014, 8:19 PM

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107196 School records indicate that little Kenny Pienik was called PeeWee Pienik by his classmates. His mother tried to put a stop to it, but took the wrong bus to get to the school.
George O

Posted: Aug 10 2014, 8:47 PM

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107196 Surprisingly, it turns out old PeeWee Pienik was married years ago. His wife, Nicole, was fed up with him and filed for divorce. He got thoroughly carpeted bombed in divorce court as is still paying the consequences. The divorce was finalized on 4 January 2001. One might wonder if domestic violence was a factor, but the public records are not detailed enough reveal that.
George O

Posted: Aug 10 2014, 10:30 PM

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107196 http://www.tampabay.com/news/publicsafety/crime/st-pete-officer-resigns-in-wake-of-inappropriate-relationship/2123962

It doesn't stop yet. Read the above link. He was suspended for 80 hours last year for hanky lanky with a seventeen-year-old girl in the Explorer's Club. He should have been fired then.
Chris

Posted: Aug 11 2014, 1:35 AM

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Wow, very interesting post George, thanks for digging it up! The only news I ever see about those explorer scouts are the kids getting molested by cops, of which there is a story every week. The only "exploring" going on in that program is cops exploring your kids' butt holes (pardon my french).

See: https://www.google.com/search?q=police+explorer+program+molested
Anonymous

Posted: Aug 11 2014, 2:37 AM

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21367 So the piglet was fired; why doesn't the victim mount a private prosecution to send him to jail?
Anonymous

Posted: Aug 11 2014, 11:18 AM

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7469 When the president can SO blatantly abuse his power and flout the limitations imposed upon him by law...and the AG can follow suit...OTHER folks in positions of power assume that they too can abuse the system.

Reform needs to start at the TOP.
Anonymous

Posted: Aug 11 2014, 2:25 PM

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107136 welcome to the new obozo AMERIKA
Anonymous

Posted: Aug 11 2014, 2:44 PM

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142245 Another reason why police do not deserve respect. people need the right to defend themselves including using whatever force is deemed necessary to protect themselves. yet the police are always deemed to have used "appropriate" force by 99% of the courts. this policeman should be charged wtih assault and should be doing 2 yrs in jail. people are going to jail for less serious offenses: ie 3 strike rule in california. Its time for people to have the right to defend themselves against the police mafia.
Zac

Posted: Aug 11 2014, 4:13 PM

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71185 Cops need to be treated exactly the same way. Put some fear in them and they will go back to serving the public.
Anonymous

Posted: Aug 11 2014, 5:17 PM

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6687 Officer Pienik became insanely enraged when he quickly realized Mr. Woodworth was not going to to be tricked into saying anything that would implicate himself ... so he violently attacked him in retaliation for to being to smart to be played for a fool. Like most cops Pienik is an unstable cowboy rectum with god complex and Woodworth survived to collect a huge lawsuit!
Anonymous

Posted: Aug 11 2014, 5:24 PM

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173170 This pig belongs in jail.
Anonymous

Posted: Aug 11 2014, 6:19 PM

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173217 I would bet the victim was drunk but that's no excuse for assaulting him. Word of warning, in Louisiana you can be given a DUI even with the motor off and in a private parking lot if the keys to the vehicle are anywhere inside the vehicle. A friend of mine found out the expensive way.

If you think this was bad get ready to be sent to a camp or killed on the spot by homeland security if Obama has his way.
Anonymous

Posted: Aug 12 2014, 1:41 PM

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38119 The part of this story I don't believe is the cop was actually fired. Coming to a shopping mall security team near you, disgraced police officer Kenneth Pienik.
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