An investigation into Miami police officers’ on-duty conduct found six officers were ignoring 911 calls while instead kissing their girlfriends, shopping, and drinking coffee. One 911 call involved an unconscious five-month-old baby. Video footage shows Miami police officer Dario Socarras ignoring dispatch orders to save the child, while drinking coffee for nine minutes and lying to the dispatcher about being “en route”.Paramedics eventually reached the unconscious child, while Socarras never went – but still, the officer wrote in his daily report that he attended the scene.
One 12-year-old Las Vegas boy has become a viral video hero after reminding a thirsty police officer he's not above the law. The young man, who identifies himself as Jeremy in the video, springs into action when he sees a motorcycle cop park illegally on the sidewalk. The officer was apparently going to buy a soft drink.
A video featuring many celebrities has been produced in which they all pledge to do something positive for mankind/the planet/the world/the president. Anthony Kiedis (Red Hot Chili Peppers) pledges to "be of service to President Obama", and Demi Moore ends the video with, "I pledge to be a servant to our president". Whoa, pretty scary stuff! And it is evidently being shown to students. Read the whole story and watch the video here: http://www.sltrib.com/news/ci_13249171?_requestid=5883011
Some of you may have seen that video of the NYPD arresting a man for heckling a cyclist as he got a ticket and decided to meekly keep your mouth shut when witnessing police action. Not Barbara Ross, a Time's Up! volunteer and self-professed "frequent user and fan of 2nd and 1st avenue downtown bike lane." Here's video she took last night of an NYPD officer writing a cyclist a ticket for running red light on Second Avenue near Fifth Street.
Opt-Out of being body scanned on November 24th & every time you travel! Please share this video and let you family & friends know they have the option to OPT-OUT when confronted with a naked body scanner!
Defenseless Man Beaten To Death By Cops, Witnesses Said; Published May 16, 2013
"But witnesses recount a different story and say they had filmed footage of up to nine deputies incessantly beating Silva with batons."
"Witnesses said that authorities intimidated and threatened them, telling them they couldn’t leave their houses until they turned over their phones to officers."
"Melissa Quair shot the video on her the phone and had a feeling that the video would be missing after police seized it.
"We all saw the video and even some officers, it’s sad that it’s no longer there,” she said."