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Article posted Apr 22 2012, 10:11 PM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: InformationLiberation Print

Cops: When They're Not Committing Crimes For The State, They're Committing Crimes For Themselves

Chris | InformationLiberation

When the police are not doing officially state sanctioned criminal actions, you'll frequently find them moonlighting in non-state sanctioned criminal actions, such as this story from the AP details:
NYPD badges out, Kelvin Jones and the other armed men turned up out of nowhere at a New Jersey warehouse and began barking orders.

Jones told startled workers that the New York Police Department had sent the team there to inspect for counterfeit goods even though the wholesale dealer of Prada, Versace and other fragrances was legitimate.

The men herded about a dozen employees into a tiny back office and tied them up. By then, it was obvious something was amiss.

"We were kind of shocked," one worker recalled. "We were like, why is the NYPD coming in here like this?"

Another blurted: "You're not cops."

But Jones was indeed an NYPD officer. In fact, he had held an elite undercover position.

Two with him were also part of the NYPD. A third was a former officer. But these were hardly "New York's Finest."

What they'd set up to look like a police raid was instead a brazen, $1 million robbery.

Eventually, the 30-year-old Jones would face trial. And his case, though largely overlooked, isn't isolated. In the past two years, prosecutors have accused officers of planting evidence in drug investigations, of running illegal guns, of robbing drug dealers, of routinely fixing traffic tickets as favors.

Still, Jones stands out because of his background as an undercover operative for the NYPD's Intelligence Division. The department credits the unit with thwarting numerous terror and other threats against New Yorkers.

Recent stories by The Associated Press have detailed how the unit also sought to infiltrate and monitor mosques, Muslim student organizations and left-wing political organizations even beyond city limits using methods that critics say infringe on civil rights, though the department denies it.
Read the full report on this career criminal here.





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Posted: Apr 23 2012, 6:19 PM

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65110 I am again reminded of a crime committed by "Trooper" B.D. (Brad) Odle and others in Troop G of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, namely, theft. What happened to the firearm they stole? They claim they don't know. Uh-huh.
The cops are robbers indeed.
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Posted: Apr 23 2012, 7:02 PM

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71100 Black and white cops in Chicago are constantly shaking down drug dealers. It's called the street tax.
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Posted: Apr 25 2012, 4:13 AM

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7121 I just received this e-mail about a peaceful protester, that along with many others, knows how deep and vile police conduct actually is. This is what he got for pointing it out.

This morning Andrew Fisher (Fish) was sentenced to 90 days in jail with time off for time already served, with overcrowding and good behavior he's looking at 43 days. Judge Richard S. Whitney threw the book at him and sentenced him upon release to enroll in a number of totally unnecessary programs, and have NO alcohol or drugs in his system for three years, despite the fact that he was sober at the time of the incident. He can now be sent to prison for an infraction, say something as minor as jaywalking. Essentially the judge told him that unless he was real lucky and completed a number of programs and got a FT job, FT education or combination thereof, that he was looking at time in state prison. The sentence was over and above what the prosecutors asked for, with the absurd conditions of his probation.

There is no justice here. Fish has already spent lots of time working to try to make our world and country better in his choice to be an activist with Occupy. The judge essentially told him that he would not be able to continue that path because if he did he would be going to state prison.

Plan to gather around 6 PM at Children's Park to talk more about what actions we can take tonight and during the next 43 days.

from Stephanie Jennings: Today was a travesty of justice for occupy. Fish Fishticles sentenced to 90 days in jail plus 3 yrs hard core probation. The judge was despicable and told Andrew that he was a waste of a human being! He was utterly cruel and dismissive of everything the attorney said as to the way Fish's life had changed. The judge had access to a huge stack of testimonials but he was set on throwing the book at him.

From judge Richard S. Whitney to Fish in the courtroom: "I think the facts show you have a complete disregard for law enforcement." "Get involved with college - start doing something productive with your life."


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