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Article posted Sep 01 2014, 8:54 AM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: Boing Boing Print

Dashcam Nails Cops Who Beat Man While Shouting "Stop Resisting Arrest"

Cory Doctorow

Two cops from Bloomfield, NJ's police department have been indicted, and another plead guilty after a suppressed dashcam video showed them beating a man who was facing years in prison for "resisting arrest" (the DA dropped his charges right away).

The video -- shot from a second police car that crossed the highway median and rammed the victim's vehicle -- shows the cops screaming "stop resisting" and "stop going for my gun" while the victim, Marcus Jeter, held his hands in the air and one cop aimed a pistol and another aimed a shotgun at him. The Bloomfield PD's internal investigations department found no evidence of any wrongdoing by the cops.

Dash cam exonerates another man; reveals cops' thuggery [Gideon/A Public Defender]

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Posted: Sep 01 2014, 10:21 AM

93167 "...found no evidence of any wrongdoing by the cops."

Isn't falsely accusing a real human being of a made-up crime criminal ?

Posted: Sep 01 2014, 11:44 AM

67171 List these police officers home addresses. I'm sure somebody will be more than happy to pay them a visit.

Posted: Sep 01 2014, 12:01 PM

136200 stay calm and always vote to reduce local, state and federal government

Posted: Sep 02 2014, 11:57 AM


> Isn't falsely accusing a real human being of a made-up crime criminal ?

You have to prove that it was falsely, and you have to prove that the cop knowingly lied, and that is practically impossible. He says "that's how I saw it", and you can't prove he lies. It's assumed that he has the right to be honestly mistaken, and cop-loving jury will always assume that that's what happened, which makes everything he did justified. To prove that he lied you need a witness who will testify that the cop literally said, "I know it's a lie, but let's just do it". Good luck finding one. Even if the cop indeed said something like that, another cop who would rat him out would basically end his career and would have to move with his family to another city.

Posted: Sep 02 2014, 12:29 PM

207119 Just more evidence, the cops are habitual lying scumbags....and worse than most people they are arresting

Posted: Sep 07 2014, 12:41 PM

8517 "stop going for my gun"

They were setting him up for a killing. We need to DEMAND 100% video of all police/public interactions. They will stop these crimes against our citizens only when the cost becomes too high.

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