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Re: Police officer brutally beaten up in New York

Postby thevillain » Dec 1. 2014, 15:30

Insane beating...i mean,it doesnt matter if he´s a cop or not ( Would be sad if this would be important ! )
It´s about that you dont beat a victim if hes already down like that after the first punch...I mean his life was not in danger,so there was no need to punish him so bad.Her could have gave him that knockout ( And even that is questionable ) and then simply walk away like it was nothing.
But destroying this dude like that for no reason is complete bullshit...
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Re: Police officer brutally beaten up in New York

Postby kn1v3s » Dec 1. 2014, 21:11

Kelly Thomas...never forget

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Re: Police officer brutally beaten up in New York

Postby mikeblues » Dec 1. 2014, 23:52

angst wrote:I dont know that looked like an early stoppage to me.

but seriously cop or not, beating him so badly after he loses consciousness is not ok. it shows a complete disrespect for human life. i hope that makes cops look at themselves and their behaviour, how they everyday attack smaller people in together with their colleagues and never have to suffer the rap, but im sure they'll probably just take this as justification for their own hooliganism.

the aggressor in this video is animal but so are 80 percent of cops.

Early stoppage??......wow...that IS too soon!!!!.........you are ready for prime time comedy!!!LOL........

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Re: Police officer brutally beaten up in New York

Postby greenhorn » Dec 4. 2014, 06:40

bulldoger wrote:
No words for what this scum bag did
now he can pruve in jail brawls :x

Hayden Holder should just put in a request to the judge for life sentence because the minute you’re out in public again you’ll most likely have an entire police force hunting you down.
u r lil' to harsh life sentence omg,coz he's ass in gen pop will not endure 1-2y :evil: 8) :lol:


yer outta your mind. he'll be carried around on everybody's shoulders. especially if he beat any nyc cops (who are notoriously corrupt anyway). it's hard for me to feel sorry for the dude, but then again i just watched 50 vids of police brutality in nyc, so...

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Re: Police officer brutally beaten up in New York

Postby Logan » Dec 4. 2014, 07:31

tre loucks wrote:
gyllespie wrote:f**k. This world has gone to complete shit. I can't believe that cunt tried to go after the cop's wife when she was just innocently sitting in the car. Talk about being lower than scum. Since the victim is a cop, couldn't the witness(es) get charged for not doing anything? I don't know the laws in detail but it can't be good or even neutral for someone to just stand there and video tape a cop basically getting murdered.

I don't know, I guess I can understand if someone is afraid to get involved in violence but damn, people need to team up and gather strength in numbers to stop an assailant from committing murder. The incident was nearby a restaurant. Surely at least five to ten guys can each grab a chair to bust up that rampaging gorilla. It just doesn't seem right to just stand there and watch while a victim is getting killed.


no you can not be charged with a crime because you are a witness. and besides no one knew he was a cop he was off duty.


I don't know how it is in the United Steaks, but in Denmark you can get a severe penalty for not helping a human in need.

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Re: Police officer brutally beaten up in New York

Postby Crusher » Dec 16. 2014, 18:51

It's always pissed me off when someone beats another person after they are out. You're a piece of shit if you beat someone that is out.

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Re: Police officer brutally beaten up in New York

Postby transformanu » Feb 6. 2015, 17:39

Russia and the US and A have somethin in common, people beat the fucking shit out of each other and if somebody is knocked out, they will keep on punching and punching and punching. till the body is like a ragdoll. they dont care, fucking streetdogs keep poundin till the ragdoll is punched to death. they dont care. well well well.. you might think, somethings wrong over there... you might think.

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Re: Police officer brutally beaten up in New York

Postby poughboy101 » Feb 8. 2015, 01:37

kn1v3s wrote:Kelly Thomas...never forget


The incident[edit]

On July 5, 2011, at about 8:30 PM, officers of the Fullerton Police Department responded to a call from the management of the Slidebar[20] that someone was vandalizing cars near the Fullerton Transportation Center. While investigating, they encountered the shirtless and disheveled Thomas and attempted to search him. According to statements given by the officers, Thomas was uncooperative and resisted when they attempted to search him, so backup was called.[21] "Now you see my fists?" Fullerton police officer Manny Ramos asked Thomas while slipping on a pair of latex gloves. "Yeah, what about them?" Thomas responded. "They are getting ready to f**k you up," said Ramos. A video of the event surfaced, and Thomas can be heard repeatedly screaming in pain while officers are heard repeatedly asking him to place his arms behind his back. He audibly responds "Okay, I'm sorry!" and "I'm trying!" while the officers stretch his arm back. The police officers claim that, unable to get Thomas to comply with the requests, they used a taser on him (up to five times according to a witness statement, and the video footage), and in the video Thomas can be heard screaming "Dad! Dad!".[22] Six officers were involved in subduing Thomas, who was unarmed and had a history of mental illness. Thomas was initially taken to St. Jude Medical Center in Fullerton but was transferred immediately to the UC Irvine Medical Center with severe injuries to his head, face, and neck.[23] One of the paramedics testified that he was first instructed to attend to a police officer's minor injury and then noticed Thomas lying unconscious in a pool of blood.[24][25]

Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas gave a detailed account of the events during a press conference on September 21, 2011. Using digital audio recording devices carried by the officers, surveillance video from a pole camera on YouTube at the Fullerton Transportation Center, and other evidence, Rackauckas provided evidence that Thomas did comply with orders from Officer Ramos, who had put on latex gloves and asked Thomas "Now see my fists? They are getting ready to f**k you up."[26] Rackauckas went on to describe how Thomas begged for his life, before being struck repeatedly by the officers. He was admitted to the hospital, slipped into a coma, and died five days later.[27]


Aftermath[edit]
The story of his beating broke shortly before his death.[28][29] An investigation into the beating was undertaken by the Orange County district attorney starting on July 7, 2011,[30] and later the FBI became involved.[31] The decision to involve the FBI was praised by the American Civil Liberties Union, which claims the Orange County District Attorney has an "abysmal" record when investigating shootings with police involvement.[30]

Kelly Thomas was removed from life support and died on July 10, 2011, five days after the beating.[19] Initial reports claimed that Thomas had been very combative with officers and two had suffered broken bones.[32] Later, the police department confirmed that no officers had suffered any broken bones, and that no one other than Thomas had any significant injuries.[33] By the end of July, several news outlets had picked up the story and it had become international news.[34]

On July 18, 2011, a large protest outside the Fullerton Police Department was organized by several people, including the victim's father Ron Thomas.[35]


Ron Thomas speaks to the Fullerton City Council and the media
On August 2, 2011 many members of the public spoke out about the beating at the biweekly city council meeting at the Fullerton City Hall.[36] Over 70 members of the public spoke to the city council, the vast majority of whom criticized the police. Among the speakers was Ron Thomas, the father of Kelly Thomas, as well as Kelly Thomas's stepmother. The public comment session lasted for approximately three hours. The city attorney emphasized that the city council could not respond to the comments, however following the public comment period discussion was given to provide clarification on the city's policy regarding the mentally ill. In addition, Tony Bushala, a local developer and conservative activist, announced plans to recall three members of the city council thought to have responded insufficiently to the beating.[37] The recall qualified on the ballot in February 2012[38] with a recall election scheduled for Don Bankhead, F. **** Jones, and Pat McKinley on June 5, 2012, consolidated with the statewide primary election.[39] On June 5, 2012 all three council members were successfully recalled by Fullerton residents.[40]

On Saturday August 6, 2011, a large street protest was held outside of the Fullerton City Hall. Activists at that protest, which was attended by hundreds of people, called for the release of a surveillance video shot by cameras installed at the bus depot and carried signs with slogans like "Jail All Killer Cops" and "End Police Brutality."[41]

In late September 2011, the officers involved were arrested on murder charges. Local law enforcement personnel showed support by raising money for their bail and criminal defense.[42]

Thirty days after the incident all six officers involved in the beating were placed on administrative leave with pay and benefits intact. Several people, including two members of the Fullerton City Council, called for the resignation of police Chief Michael Sellers,[43] who was later placed on medical leave in August 2011 for undisclosed reasons.[44] Sellers continued his medical leave for 7 months and resigned on February 18, 2012 having never returned to work.[45] 19,948 people have signed an online petition calling for the firing of all six police officers that were present during the beating.[46][47]

Fullerton City Councilman Bruce Whitaker later went on television stating his belief that there was a cover-up of the beating of Thomas within the police department and that the six officers involved in the beating falsified their reports on the incident.[48]

A preliminary hearing to determine if there is sufficient evidence for a trial was held on May 9, 2012. The court ordered that two of the police officers involved will stand trial. Officer Manuel Ramos was charged with second-degree murder and involuntary manslaughter, and Corporal Jay Patrick Cicinelli was charged with involuntary manslaughter and felony use of excessive force. Both officers pled not guilty at the second arraignment on July 13, 2012.[49] Attempts by the defendants to dismiss the charges were denied.[9][10] In September 2012, Officer Joseph Wolfe was indicted on charges of involuntary manslaughter and use of excessive force.[50]

On May 16, 2012, press reports indicated that the Fullerton City Council had agreed to pay Thomas' mother one million dollars as a settlement of her civil complaints against the city. This did not impact the ongoing civil actions by Thomas' father or the criminal trial.[51]

Trials for Cicinelli and Ramos were scheduled to begin October 18, 2013,[52] but actually began on December 2, 2013.[53] Proceedings concluded on January 13, 2014 with both Manuel Ramos and Jay Cicinelli being found not guilty of any criminal charges.[54] After the verdicts, the District Attorney's office announced that it would not proceed with Wolfe's trial.

The protests picked up again after the acquittals. On January 18, 2014, 14 people were arrested for protesting after ignoring a dispersal order from the police.[55]

Anonymous response[edit]
In August 2011, the Internet activist group Anonymous demanded that the officers involved be prosecuted, the Fullerton Police Chief resign, and that Thomas's family be awarded US$5 million in compensation; they threatened to shut down the Fullerton municipal website if their demands were not met.[76] In January 2014, after the police officers involved were acquitted, Anonymous released their personal addresses,[77] as well as the identities of the jurors.[78] On January 18 and 19, Anonymous took down several websites belonging to or run by Fullerton police and municipality.[78][79]
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Re: Police officer brutally beaten up in New York

Postby duality71 » Oct 4. 2015, 23:27

this kind of this is whats wrong with the world today

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Re: Police officer brutally beaten up in New York

Postby FIGHTBOY46 » Oct 11. 2015, 16:35

bulldoger wrote:
No words for what this scum bag did
now he can pruve in jail brawls :x

Hayden Holder should just put in a request to the judge for life sentence because the minute you’re out in public again you’ll most likely have an entire police force hunting you down.
u r lil' to harsh life sentence omg,coz he's ass in gen pop will not endure 1-2y :evil: 8) :lol:

YEA I GOT A FEW HE BEAT THE SHIT OUTTA THAT PRICK JUST LIKE THEY DO CIVILIANS ON THE STREET FOR NO FUCKING REASON IM GLAD HE DID IT HOPE HE A FUCKING VEGETABLE FROM NOW ON f**k NYPD AND ALL :fb PD

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Re: Police officer brutally beaten up in New York

Postby topteam239 » Oct 11. 2015, 18:23

damn thats a fucking thug yo. Get them fuckers off the street.

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Re: Police officer brutally beaten up in New York

Postby Gogh » Oct 11. 2015, 23:30

maybe the suspect got probation and 72 appearances at charity or youth outreach programs?
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Re: Police officer brutally beaten up in New York

Postby peakeys » Oct 19. 2015, 09:11

people got to stand up, that shit ain't cool

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Re: Police officer brutally beaten up in New York

Postby jojoclown777 » Nov 8. 2015, 22:04

Still wish the people laughing would get killed.


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