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Analysis posted Jul 29 2013, 2:38 PM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: InformationLiberation Print

"Fake Cops" Robbing Detroit Citizens At Gunpoint Turn Out To Be Real Cops Robbing Citizens At Gunpoint

Chris | InformationLiberation

A string of robberies by people "dressed as police" led the people of Detroit to believe there were "fake cops" out robbing people at gunpoint, it turns out they were "not fake after all," MyFoxDetroit reports:
DETROIT (WJBK) - A second officer, a 17-year veteran from Saint Clair Shores, has been arrested accused of robbing unsuspecting drivers at gunpoint.

On Saturday, Fox 2 also reported a Detroit police sergeant was arrested at the 12th precinct. A tip sent to Fox 2 helped lead to the arrests. We forwarded a photo from one scene to Detroit Police. They recognized one of their own in the photo.

More information is expected Monday during a press conference scheduled for Monday at 3 p.m.

The first incident took place at a Citgo gas station near French and I-94 on Detroit's east side last Sunday. The clerk says two white men in a black Ford F-150 with police lights allegedly pistol-whipped customers pumping gas. The men stole cash and cell phones from their victims. A warning went out to be on the lookout for "fake cops" but it turns out those officers were not fake after all. It appears the sergeant in this case was driving his personal vehicle.

There were at least two reports of men posing as police officers and robbing unsuspecting drivers at gunpoint. The men had police badges, bullet proof vests and guns. They looked very official and police considered them armed and dangerous.

A second incident happened near Harper and 3 Mile Drive. A man says he was pulled over by three men in a unmarked Crown Victoria. The man was searched and while he answered questions, his wallet and CDs were stolen.

So, what can you do? Even police say you have permission not to stop if you don't believe a real police officer is trying to pull you over. Instead, call 911 and ask the dispatcher for assistance. If all else fails, drive to the nearest precinct.
I like this advice, that is if the police actually tolerate it (which I find it hard to believe they would). I wonder how much revenue they could extract if every tax-slave being pulled over drove all the way to the nearest precinct to check-in.

While these cops who robbed people at gunpoint acting in an unofficial capacity have been caught, real police who do the same in their official capacity through traffic-ticket extortion will remain at large.
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Posted: Jul 29 2013, 10:37 PM

20359 12th Precinct huh. Capt Barney Miller is going to be pissed.

Posted: Jul 29 2013, 10:37 PM

20352 I think it's pretty unfair to generalise and claim all cops to be like this. Some if not most are genuine who are only out to help protect people. You only hear about the rotten and corrupt lawmen and women because that's all the news and papers seem to report on. Cops abusing African Americans. Cops abusing white people. Cops abusing elderly people. Cops abusing aboriginals. You very rarely hear headlines like "Cop saves pregnant mother by taking a bullet to the chest."

Stating all cops are government sanctioned thieves and murderers is ridiculous. I think many people take their safety for granted, just like they do with the freedom they have. So many people with closed, narrow mindsets.


Posted: Jul 29 2013, 10:49 PM

122150 to 19042
I'm sure you're comments are due to inbreeding in your family so I won't be too harsh but you meant to say "your" and not "you're". etc etc etc.

Posted: Jul 29 2013, 10:51 PM

122150 lol I forgot to change you're to your. A excellent opportunity to put a spell grammar nazi in their place was lost. =(

Posted: Jul 29 2013, 10:58 PM

62173 The police in Detroit have imported the tactics of the South African police. Unfortunately, the police in South Africa never resolve any of these robberies, they just brush it under the carpet and act like the victims are the criminals for reporting a crime. I'm beginning to think joining the police force wherever you are is the easiest way to get out there and legally behave like a criminal.

Posted: Jul 29 2013, 11:10 PM

19884 Jesus christ.

Posted: Jul 29 2013, 11:11 PM

76100 This rocks:

"To 70199,
I'm sure you're comments are due to inbreeding in your family so I won't be too harsh but you meant to say "they're" and not "their"

Few things are better than to see a grammar Nazi hoisted on his own petard.
George Hilbert

Posted: Jul 29 2013, 11:40 PM

69112 So, after spending a shift robbing citizens using real police cars, they continue on, using their own, after work.
George Hilbert

Posted: Jul 29 2013, 11:45 PM

69112 To 20352 "I think it's pretty unfair to generalise and claim all cops to be like this. Some if not most are genuine who are only out to help protect people."

You're talking about the ones who know who the police thugs are and don't do anything about it.

Posted: Jul 29 2013, 11:49 PM

75159 Robocop would never do this.

Posted: Jul 30 2013, 12:50 AM

70189 "Im hungry... meh... ill just rob these people and go get myself some doughnuts... hells yeah! Maybe they will have the newest Eminem Cd, I sure hope so. I can already hear it... My name is what?? My name is who?? My name is... CHIKA CHIKA Jelly doughnut."

Posted: Jul 30 2013, 1:21 AM

7079 There needs to be a citizen's police force that polices the police. Cops that behave like pigs deserve to be put on a spit and roasted.

Posted: Jul 30 2013, 1:22 AM

76112 that's why my city will never be restored...

Posted: Jul 30 2013, 1:24 AM

24155 "I like this advice, that is if the police actually tolerate it (which I find it hard to believe they would) "

911 dispatcher. I know from experience most cops are good people just doing their job. I recognize there are totally some bad apples, and a few departments with wide-spread problems. This is where I think you're wrong. I think most cops, dispatchers, and departments are totally ok with this advice. In the aftermath of some dealing with i imposter situations, MANY have made official press releases recommending this.

Over the years I fielded a few calls from people wondering if it was areal cop pulling them over and was happy to tell them it was.e If you have concerns about the legitimacy of who is pulling you over, PLEASE call and ask. I never had a problem with it and I know NONE of my coworkers would. I only had a problem with it once, and that was because the guy was clearly in the wrong, pissed he got a ticket, knew it was a real cop, and was just being a dick and continually called 911 just to be an ass, wasting over 40 minutes of time on 911 for no reason.

Don't do something stupid like start a high-speed police chase because you think there's something a little fishy, but please, by all means, if there's something "off" call us and verify. We have GPS on nearly all the cars - not every department has this capability but most do - and in general cops are supposed to inform dispatchers of every traffic stop they make, as they make it, and most of the time, they do abide by by this "rule" pretty well.

Posted: Jul 30 2013, 2:07 AM

@nonymous 19042, "remember-remember the 5th of November." In other words: "watch the *numbers* you respond to. 70199 doesn't ring familiar to me, though his numbers did catch my "eye."

Posted: Jul 30 2013, 3:12 AM

99152 Fuck your balls. I'm an illiterate phd. Your fucking up they're program has left us no we're to turn. Shit in you're hat, you fuckticket

Posted: Jul 30 2013, 3:20 AM

@nonymous 19042, for example, look at 24155's #, then, his/her post; doesn't quite make since, does it? It mentions the word: "fishy," which reminded me of a quote, that a good friend shared with me once. I can't recall the quote exactly, but, it went something like: "there's a trout in that milk."

@nonymous 24155, your comment seems a bit haywire. You're suggesting cops can't make their own decisions - that they need a dispatcher, in order to make an appropriate call? WoW, I feel safer already... Cops see the situation at ground level, but, they need call upon aid, from a blind dispatcher? That's silly. If it weren't for cops, the dispatchers would be obsolete.

24155, Why did you put quotations round the word: "off"? if a logically-thinking mind, (aka: "left-brainer") were to wander across those quotation marks... And, the acronym: "GPS," has more than one meaning - were you aware of that fact?

@nonymous 19042, if you're a fan of Pink Floyd... The song: "Wish You Were Here," can be applied to 24155; especially the line: "did you exchange, a walk-on part in the war, for a lead role in a cage"?


Posted: Jul 30 2013, 4:10 AM

10842 99152... Seriously? In a world that is spinning 360's? The "all 4 sides" math riddle, is their equation; though, I'm not buying your response. The downward spiral, proves you are turning, doesn't it? ("Ursa Major" - don't make me explain it.)

Your misspelling is deliberate. Intel gathering, is a 2-way street, though, you're comment is partly correct. Turning in circles causes double-think; applied to dipoles - could really fuck-up some programming.

Posted: Jul 30 2013, 6:21 AM

199116 I saw a cop rob a crack dealer in kansas city, he didn't know i saw him lol

Posted: Jul 30 2013, 10:01 AM

75103 There are a lot of good police officers out there helping the community on a daily basis. It sucks that a few bad apples give them all a bad name!
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