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Analysis posted Aug 22 2012, 10:59 AM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: InformationLiberation Print

VIDEO: Lapel Cam Reveals A Day In The Life Of A U.S. Police Officer (Tasing, Beating, Breaking & Entering, Stomping On Heads... and Laughing About It)

Chris | InformationLiberation

This has to be the most revealing video I've ever seen detailing a day in the life of a U.S. police officer. These out of control cops run wild beating people up, breaking into people's homes without warrants, tazing people begging them to act reasonably, stomping on suspect's heads with their feet, then beating them while subdued while yelling "stop resisting."

All this was over marijuana.

Of course, on their police reports, the cops lied about everything.

Via Abqjournal.com:
Albuquerque police released videos Thursday that show officers Tasering one man and punching and jumping on the back of another who is screaming “I surrender.”

The second man was being held at gunpoint by another officer, who had a boot on the man’s head.

In the wake of the May 31 incident, officer Connor Rice was charged Thursday with misdemeanor counts of battery and aggravated battery and two other officers remain under investigation.

A criminal summons will be issued to Rice for the charges, which could land him in prison for up to 18 months, Police Chief Ray Schultz said at a news conference Thursday, where he released the videos after public records requests from reporters and a lawsuit from a local television station.

Rice was not arrested, Schultz said, because APD investigators determined a summons was “the best course of action” considering the incident took place more than two months ago.

Rice also still has his job – for now. Schultz said he was moved from desk duty to leave without pay after he was charged criminally on Thursday.

Two other officers involved in the May incident, Shad Solis and Ronald Surran, have not been charged, although Schultz said they both remain on desk duty. Criminal and Internal Affairs investigations continue into the incident, and he did not rule out additional criminal charges.

Rice has been with APD six years, Surran is a 16-year veteran and Solis has been with APD 14 years. None of the three could be reached for comment Thursday.

Tasered 3 times

Under pressure from the news media, Schultz on Thursday released video recordings of the incident taken from the officers’ lapel-mounted cameras.

The videos show Rice and Solis telling a man outside a Northeast Heights apartment building that they want to search his apartment for a man who had fled on foot from an earlier narcotics investigation.

The man asks the officers if they need a warrant to do so, and Rice replies: “No … It’s called a hot pursuit.”

The initial investigation of the suspected narcotics activity at a park in the 7900 block of Marquette NE had ended nearly 20 minutes prior.

Meanwhile, another man walks into the apartment with his dog, closing a metal security door and a wooden door behind him. Rice yells at the man, opens the metal door into the apartment, and Solis, with his gun drawn, kicks open the wooden door.

“Obviously, that’s a violation,” Schultz said of the officers’ entry into the apartment. “You do have to have a warrant to enter.”

As soon as the wooden door flies open, Rice shoots the man inside with his Taser. While the man screams in pain and begs the officer to let him get his dog, which is barking in the background, Rice sends another five-second “cycle” of electronic current into his body.

Meanwhile, Solis leaves the room and discovers that the suspect the two officers had been looking for had fled the apartment on foot. As Solis walks back into the room, he shoots the man Rice had just Tasered with his own stun gun.

Video from about an hour later shows the man who had fled the apartment lying on the ground, his hands behind his back, with APD officer Ronald Surran’s boot pressing his face into the ground. Surran has his gun pointed at the suspect.

Rice enters the picture and jumps onto the suspect, who is screaming: “I surrender.”

“Oh, you surrender, huh?” Rice says, then strikes the suspect three times in the upper torso with either his hand or his fist.

After officers handcuff the man, two officers exchange a high-five, although it is unclear from the video which ones.

[...]A review of the police reports filed on the incident by Solis, Rice and Surran paints a very different picture than what is shown in the videos. None of their reports mentioned the strikes to the head or the fact that the man had clearly surrendered prior to being struck.
Read the details of the charges the cops are facing here.



Watch the full video here:



What is so revealing about this video is it shows how police live in a completely different world from the slaves they rule over. Their magic costumes place them in a parallel world where anyone's home can be broken into, warrants are irrelevant, tasers are to be used indiscriminately for any reason, slave's heads are made for stomping on, and beating your slaves while yelling "stop resisting" after they've explicitly surrendered is an act of self defense. After their reign of terror is over, the cops high five each other, exchange jokes, and have a hearty laugh.

Meanwhile, what was the prerequisite for this rampage? The cops were looking to jail people over some dried plant the government hasn't granted their slaves permission to consume.

Welcome to the land of the free.

Updated June 13, 2013: One of the cops involved, officer Connor Rice, who was seen punching the grounded man three times in the face while another officer stomped on his head, has been fired almost a year after the incident. He is facing battery charges in relation to the incident. No charges are being filed against the other officers seen terrorizing this neighborhood, including the officer seen stomping on the suspect's head.
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Gepke de Leef

Posted: Aug 22 2012, 2:34 PM

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8453 ACAB's
www.gepkedeleef.nl
Anonymous

Posted: Aug 22 2012, 3:25 PM

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17317 "I dont like this guy, I'm gonna cuff him" really? because you don't "like" him? wow.
Anonymous

Posted: Aug 22 2012, 5:11 PM

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173174 The police will push us, until we push back.
Anonymous

Posted: Aug 22 2012, 6:32 PM

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213251 This is for hash? resin of a plant? The way they were chasing those individuals, you might have thought they were serial killers or about to murder children.
Anonymous

Posted: Aug 22 2012, 9:49 PM

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144137 message from Big Pharma "thankyou fools for blaming our Police and Government slaves and please be sure NOT to vote AGAIN next time won't you, we like that you fools don't ever push back against us."
Anonymous

Posted: Aug 22 2012, 11:12 PM

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6840 you guys are idiots. he said, "i don't like this guy, i'm going to cuff him" because he was acting sketchy and he wanted to detain (not arrest) for the rest of the questioning. and guess what? he was right. the kid took off 2 seconds later. and what, are they supposed to run faster/slower for certain crimes? get a damn life. they don't make the laws, they enforce them. there's 800,000+ police officers in the U.S, and whenever one does something wrong everyone freaks out about it. not everyone is good at their job, and yes, some police officers do some messed up shit, but it doesn't mean they're all bad. you know what would happen without them? complete mayhem. there's some really bad doctors out there, and some of them do some really horrible things (abuse, murder, etc.), but do you label all of them as bad people? no, you don't.
Anonymous

Posted: Aug 22 2012, 11:34 PM

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6840 Okay? What's the problem? He's losing his job and facing charges that could consist of time in prison. He screwed up and now he's paying for it, just like anyone else would, if not worse.
dougo

Posted: Aug 23 2012, 12:13 AM

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687 10& are corrupt,10% are honest,the other 80% wish they were honest.Didn,t a cop say that?





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matt weney

Posted: Aug 23 2012, 2:47 PM

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1082 ", are they supposed to run faster/slower for certain crimes?" no dickhead, they're not supposed to commit home invasions and aggravated assults on kids cause they have weed on em. people like you are why we are loseing more and more rights every day.
Anonymous

Posted: Aug 29 2012, 10:34 AM

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74199 there's 800,000+ police officers in the U.S, and whenever one does something wrong everyone freaks out about it."" and how whats the number of minorities in the U.S ?? yet people "freak out when one does sumthin wrong" ur a dickhead..do you believe its justifiable for a person who does sumthin wrong, do u consider it an exagerrated emotional reaction in their punishment? no! so why should it be any different when those who ""enforce the law"" do so as well.
vagabond

Posted: Sep 20 2012, 7:48 AM

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7049 Justice was actually served in this case where the cops are now facing charges. I'd like to know what are the key factors in a case like this actually being investigated and action taken as opposed to the hundreds - if not thousands - of cases like this which are ignored.
Anonymous

Posted: Sep 22 2012, 6:34 PM

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24148 Out of control thuggery. Purest fuckery. The bar to being arrested and possibly beaten or even murdered has been irrevocably lowered in this country. It hasnt always been this way, we used to have "Peace Officers," but now that every arrest no matter how unfounded is a feather in some officers cap, and a point scored to increase next years budget, police represent a legally sanctioned gang of thugs with a license to kill.

Thanks to those statistics you mention, "6840 Anonymous," its become clear that the actions of however few, completely out of control criminal police-costumed thugs, the lives of all 800,000 are put at far, far greater risk that NOBODY will ever again respect their tenuous claim to being some special class of citizen with the privilege to assault others without repercussion.
Anonymous

Posted: Sep 30 2012, 10:42 PM

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509 "Violate the public trust"????

Are you serious?

Anonymous

Posted: Dec 11 2012, 5:27 PM

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67183 How'd they even get to the point where they were searching those two in public?
Anonymous

Posted: Jan 23 2013, 12:00 AM

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9885 I notice at least half of the police force looks out of shape as if they might have a heart attack chasing a suspect, hope no one gets charged for killing a cop by running away and having the cop cause himself a heart attack because he doesn't care about his own well being! Oh wait there is a story on here whining about this type of victimizing!
Katkall

Posted: Apr 23 2013, 10:09 AM

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6923 Again justice is served the officers were charged. And the lapel cam seems like a great idea to help officers stay inline and protect the public.

The people that scream OMG all cops are bad name one profession that has 100 percent law abiding citizens in it.

I would hope the police force uses these videos as examples of what not to do in high adrenaline situations.
Anonymous

Posted: Jul 11 2013, 5:06 PM

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18443 these guys knew they weer being taped and did this to good ppl . What do other cops do wen no one can stop them or is watching. Im new york state soon it will be a class a felony to talk loud to any officer at any time.So wen you are doing 4 years for no reason it will be too late for honest normal ppl with no kind of record at all !!!!! Arm your self while you can. A police state is the next thing !!!!!!
Anonymous

Posted: Oct 08 2013, 4:29 PM

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63225 As always - It's not a badge ... You know the rest.

Rise up
Anonymous

Posted: Dec 09 2013, 2:09 PM

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108242 Only fired? He should be executed.
avatarwayne

Posted: Mar 08 2014, 9:43 PM

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The Dictionary of (Whatever the title is) defines a Police State as: Any Nation that uses the Police or Military, under threat of coercive force, to maintain order.
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