Columbus Police Chief Investigating Cops Who Arrested Stormy Daniels


When checking Twitter a few hours ago, it was clear the left was outraged over the arrest of Stormy Daniels for illegal touching in a Columbus, Ohio, strip club.

It was, according to them, Trump’s revenge and more reason to impeach the president. The evil cop bastards who arrested Stormy should be hung by the balls until their d*cks drop off, they implied.

The media conveniently does not mention that two other “exotic dancers” were also arrested.

A good, old-fashioned tough guy police chief is hard to find these days. They’re generally affirmative action negros and dykes. It’s clear that the purpose is to drive white males out of police work.

Columbus’s dyke chief is probably jealous that Stormy didn’t rub her grotesque tits against her. She’s launched an investigation into the male and female cops, whom I assume are white, whose sting operation lead to Stormy’s arrest.

Washington Times

The police chief in Ohio’s capital city says the actions of officers who arrested porn star Stormy Daniels will be reviewed.

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Jewish DA Drops Charges Against Stormy in Record Time and She Hightails it Out of Town


Criminal charges are sometimes dropped, but the speed with which the charges lodged against Stormy were thrown out by a Jewish DA is suspicious.

I’ll bet the charges against the two other strippers arrested at the same time haven’t been dropped.

And what’s this about a human trafficking investigation?

There’s an allegation that Stormy’s heavily tatted genital area is covering up a brand by a sex cult. Photos below.


Prosecutors in Columbus, Ohio, on Thursday dropped all criminal charges against porn star Stormy Daniels, hours after police arrested her for alleged illegal physical contact with patrons at a local strip club during a performance there.

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Too Big to Jail: Texas Prosecutors Drop All Charges Against Allegedly Corrupt Negress Legislator


Expecting an entitled Negress to follow the rules when it comes to money is foolish.

Dawnna Dukes was facing 28 years in the slammer for multiple instances of financial fraud associated with her role as a Texas state legislator. Now, she’s free.


AUSTIN (KXAN) — All the charges levied against State Rep. Dawnna Dukes have officially been dropped or resolved out of the courtroom, according to court documents.

The Travis County District Attorney’s Office dismissed the charges Monday due to insufficient evidence and in the “interest of justice.” The documents also suggest the DA’s office won’t re-file the charges.

Dukes’ attorney Dane Ball said the representative was “innocent from day one.” He continued, “She could have resigned to avoid these charges, but had the courage to fight for the truth. The state’s dismissal says it all — we would have won all three trials. We’re glad Representative Dukes can get back to serving her constituents without the distraction of these baseless charges.”

At the beginning of the year, Dukes, D-Austin, was indicted on 13 felony charges on the offense of tampering with a governmental record. The DA’s Office says these charges are based on allegations that Dukes made false entries on 13 different occasions on state of Texas travel vouchers, in order to obtain per diem pay in between legislative sessions.

Dukes’ original attorney Shaun Clarke says the charges accuse his client of claiming a reimbursement in the amount of $61.50 to which she allegedly was not entitled; the 13 counts totaled $799.50.

The state based its case on written rules from the House Business Office, which it believed required representatives to work in the State Capitol in order to be reimbursed. It discovered the office’s executive director had told the defense that physically traveling to the Capitol building is not required.

“After a thorough examination of the evidence available to us, we have determined we cannot continue the lawsuit,” a statement from District Attorney Margaret Moore said. Had the DA’s Office known the actual practice of the House Business Office, it would not have filed charges.

Two separate indictments were for misdemeanor offenses of abuse of official capacity by a public servant. The charges relate to allegations that Dukes misused public funds for her personal gain, and that she converted campaign funds to personal use.

The state moved to dismiss these charges because Dukes paid $1,340 to reimburse Texas for the salary she paid to her legislative staffer for transporting her daughter. Dukes also paid $500 for a fine owed to the Texas Ethics Commission and restored $5,230.74 to her campaign account.

Over the summer, the district attorney presented Dukes with a plea deal that would have dropped the corruption charges if Dukes resigned and submitted to a drug and alcohol test, along with possible treatment, and paid a fine of $3,000 in relation to her alleged lesser crimes. Dukes failed to respond to the deal.

In mid-September, the state put the felony case against Dukes on hold while moving forward with the misdemeanor case. However, a few days later, the judge agreed to move the felony trial date to December to give prosecutors enough time to prepare their case.

Leaving race out of it, would the average person be allowed to reimburse in order to avoid prosecution.

Dawnna Dukes is Texas version of Hillary Clinton–too big to jail. We wouldn’t want to make the blacks angry, would we?

Charges Dropped Against Bastard Cop Who Allegedly Killed Three Police Dogs

In this Saboteur365 post on June 26, 2016, former Officer Daniel Peabody had been charged with killing two police dogs. Inka had been left to die in a hot car. Canine Officer Dale had been shot to death and buried on Peabody’s property.

The New York Daily News reported on July 5, 2016 that the body of a THIRD DOG was found on his property.

Because of a technicality, the charges relating to the dog’s murders have been dropped.


CHEROKEE COUNTY, Ga. — A former Cherokee County school police officer jailed after leaving his K-9 partner in the back of a hot vehicle has had some of those charges dropped, according to court documents obtained by 11Alive.

In June 10, 2016, officer Daniel Peabody allegedly pulled into the driveway of his home and left his K-9 Inka in the backseat of his vehicle while he went to “deal with another dog” inside. Officials said around 7 p.m., the officer remembered the 4-year-old Belgian Malinois was still in the patrol car and found the police canine dead in the rear vehicle.


Officials said Peabody drove home that day in a Ford Crown Victoria that was not equipped with cages or alarms and they believe that “played a factor” in what unfolded at the home. Authorities took Peabody into custody on June 22, and charged with felony animal cruelty as well as making false statements. Peabody previously pleaded not guilty.

But new court documents show that the counts related to animal cruelty will be dropped after Peabody and his lawyers argued that he did not receive proper warning that his case would be presented before a grand jury.

According to the statute in question, all officers have the right to be present with counsel during the state’s presentation of evidence to the grand jury and the right to make a statement.

The state argued that when Peabody left his car and went inside, he “stepped away” from his duties, therefore the law does not apply. However, Peabody contends that as a K-9 handler, his duties related to the police dog are continuous, and the death of Inka happened “during the performance of his duties.”

“Whether the indictment survives the motion of the Defendant turns on this issue,” the document stated.

Ultimately, the court concluded that Peabody was considered to be on duty when Inka died, therefore two of the counts against him have been dismissed. The charges against Peabody related to making false statements are not covered under the same statute and still stand.



WTF? Charges DROPPED Against Portland Protesters


Portland, Oregon anti-Trump protesters have caught an undeserved break. All except the most serious charges have been dropped against them.

This is about what you’d expect from a socialist/Marxist/liberal government. Apparently, if your cause is politically correct you get a pass for your criminal conduct in Portland, Oregon.

Leniency, for whatever excuse, will compel more protest activity in the People’s Republic of Portland. If these creeps won’t accept the election of Donald Trump to the White House, they’re free to live in a multicultural paradise such as Mexico.

Bend Bulletin

PORTLAND — Facing a huge backlog of cases, prosecutors in Portland on Monday dropped more serious charges against the more than 100 protesters who have been arrested in the city since Donald Trump was elected president.

The protests continued Monday as hundreds of high school students took to the streets, chanting slogans like “Peaceful Protest” and “No Trump, No KKK” as they marched across the city in the rain.

Almost a week of anti-Trump protests in Portland have ranged from peaceful to violent, when vandals smashed windows of businesses and cars and caused other mayhem. Portland Mayor Charlie Hales on Monday accused them of “criminal behavior.”

Police and prosecutors focused on the vandals, putting photos of them online and asking the public to help identify them or to contribute their own photos or video of them in the act of damaging property.

But nearly all of the more than 100 people who were arrested on charges such as attempted assault on a peace officer and disorderly conduct will instead receive traffic citations for failing to obey a police officer, according to a joint statement from Portland police and the Multnomah County District Attorney’s office. That offense is punishable by a fine of up to $1,000.

The statement said the “sheer number of arrests during protests over the last several days has been an exceptional event.”

The decision came as a surprise to some of those charged and their supporters who packed a courtroom in downtown Portland. They reacted with smiles and subdued calls of “yes!” when a woman from the DA’s office made the announcement about the more serious charges.

Earlier in the day, students walked out of at least four high schools and began an anti-Trump march through Portland, stopping first at city hall. Police did not interfere, but tweeted: “Parents encouraged to tell their kids to go back to school.”

Greg McKelvey, a protest organizer in Portland and head of an anti-Trump group called Portland’s Resistance, said local protesters are trying to coordinate with counterparts in New York; Washington; Austin, Texas; Oakland, California; Boston and several other cities.

“We’re going to go national, where we’re all organizing together,” he said in a telephone interview.

“Trump is going to be president, so we need to prepare for that,” McKelvey said. “Our group thinks the time to stop Donald Trump from becoming president was last Tuesday.”

He said Portland’s Resistance aims to make sure city and state governments are working on issues such as limiting climate change, advocating for single-parent health care and addressing racial disparities.

An online fundraising campaign to raise money for small businesses that were vandalized in the protests has received over $54,000. McKelvey, whose group renounces violence, is helping push for the funds.

Hales told Oregon Public Broadcasting that demonstrations can be peaceful, he but believes those in Portland are being used as cover for “outrageous, bad, criminal behavior.”

Police, meanwhile, announced that an 18-year-old who had been arrested in the shooting and wounding of an anti-Trump protester early Saturday was being released, after further investigation determined he was not the suspect.

They instead arrested a 14-year-old boy and placed him in a juvenile detention home on charges of attempted murder and unlawful use of a weapon. The driver of the car whose occupants confronted protesters is also charged in the case.

Charges Dropped! No Convictions in Freddie Gray Case


Wall Street Journal

BALTIMORE—Prosecutors dropped charges against three police officers still awaiting trial in the 2015 death of Freddie Gray on Wednesday—ending the high-profile case without any convictions.

The unexpected move follows three trials of officers earlier this year that ended in acquittals on all charges and a fourth trial last fall that ended in a hung jury.

Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby said Wednesday she saw little chance of winning convictions in the remaining trials. “As a mother, the decision not to proceed on the remaining trials is agonizing,” she said in front of a mural of Mr. Gray in West Baltimore. “However, as a chief prosecutor elected by the citizens of Baltimore, I must consider the dismal likelihood of conviction at this point.”

Image: Marilyn Mosby

The case fueled a national debate over policing in minority communities. The 25-year-old Mr. Gray was black, as are three of the officers who were charged. The other three are white. All six pleaded not guilty.

Ms. Mosby defended her decision to prosecute the six officers, who were charged days after widespread rioting following Mr. Gray’s April 2015 funeral, citing a medical examiner’s finding that Mr. Gray’s death was a homicide. “We do not believe that Freddie Gray killed himself,” she said.

John Banzhaf, a public-interest law professor at George Washington University, said the major flaw in Ms. Mosby’s legal case was conflating alleged violations of police department regulations with criminal conduct. It should have been clear to Ms. Mosby after the first acquittal and the judge’s rejection of her office’s arguments that she wasn’t going to get a conviction, he said. “I’m surprised she didn’t do it earlier,” he said.

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Speaking Wednesday in Doral, Fla., Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said Ms. Mosby “ought to prosecute herself,” adding that “I think it was disgraceful what she did and the way she did it.” He said she had presented the officers as “guilty before anybody knew the facts.”

Baltimore police union President Gene Ryan on Wednesday disputed as “simply not true” an allegation by Ms. Mosby that some police officers who investigated the Gray case showed bias.

Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis in a statement also defended the work of the detectives who probed Mr. Gray’s death, and welcomed Ms. Mosby’s “thoughtful decision” to drop the remaining charges.

The best summary of the facts of the Freddie Gray case I could find is at Wikipedia.

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