Police K9 Reno Recovering After Being Cut by Scumbag Wetback (Video)

K9 OFFICER RENO RECOVERING LAST MONTH.

The Sacramento Police Department recently released body cam video of the arrest that caused K9 Officer Reno to be severely cut as the suspect resisted officer’s efforts to subdue him.

The wetback who knifed Reno was shot by police and is unfortunately recovering.

Sacramento Bee

The Sacramento Police Department has released body-worn camera footage of the Sept. 11 incident that injured police K-9 Reno.

The footage, released Oct. 9, shows a man identified by police as Fernando Sanchez, 42, driving a truck at high speed through the security gate of the William J. Kinney Police Facility on 3550 Marysville Boulevard. Sanchez sped through the parking lot, hitting a parked patrol vehicle, and out onto Rosalind Street, where he collided with the front gate of a residence, police say.

Reno was then deployed as the suspect began to flee the vehicle. Sanchez fought Reno off multiple times, authorities say, and the dog suffered two large cuts on his abdomen.

Reno was immediately transported to the VCA Sacramento Veterinary Referral Center, where he had surgery on Sept. 12 following the brawl, according to police. The police video shows officers administering first aid to Reno on the way to the veterinary hospital.

Reno survived the incident and remains at the VCA center recovering.

Sanchez was shot by Sacramento police Officer Matthew Nichols during the apprehension. He is recovering from his injuries and is expected to survive, according to police. He was booked into the Sacramento County jail on Sept. 15 under suspicion of robbery, attempted carjacking, assault with a deadly weapon, evading, felony vandalism and malicious mischief.

Breaking: Protest Over Campus Police Shooting of White Faggot Student Turns Violent at Georgia Tech

SCOUT SCHULTZ. FAGGOT LEADER. SHOT DEAD BY CAMPUS POLICE

Fox News reports that fag Scout Schultz (Jewish?) refused to drop a knife over the weekend when confronted by police.

WSBTV

ATLANTA – Police have given the all-clear after violent protest broke out at Georgia Tech.

Viewer video from the protest showed smoke and students yelling. Another video shows a police car in flames.

The protests erupted after supporters of Scout Schultz, who was killed by campus police over the weekend, gathered to mourn the Georgia Tech student’s death.

Channel 2’s Justin Wilfon said multiple agencies remained at the scene late Monday night after things appeared to calm down.

Georgia Tech confirmed to Wilfon that two Georgia Tech police officers had minor injuries from the protests. One of those officers was taken to Grady Memorial Hospital. The officers are expected to be OK.

Police arrested three people involved in the protests. They have been charged with inciting a riot and battery of an officer.

“They sent us to seek shelter, the police department,” witness Ammar Hawa told Wilfon.

Hawa shot video of the Georgia Tech police cruiser as it burned. Wilfon found the burned-out vehicle on the side of the street after it was distinguished.

The violence erupted two nights after Schultz was shot and killed by a Georgia Tech police officer.

A witness told Wilfon he saw protesters clashing with police, and that at one point they responded with at least one smoke bomb.

“The police department was fighting with them actually. I saw some police officers put them in the ground,” Hawa said.

Later, Wilfon saw a Georgia Tech officer being loaded onto an ambulance with an apparent head injury.

Just an hour earlier across campus, students held a peaceful vigil to remember Schultz.

“Scout you will be missed and you will never be forgotten,” one student said about Schultz.

Among the mourners, Schultz’s father, Bill, who hopes Scout’s work as a leader in the campus pride group will live on.

“I had no idea how many students looked up to Scout as a leader and it’s obvious Scout leaves a huge hole here on this campus,” Bill Schultz told Wilfon following the vigil.

One less sodomite is no great loss to society. There is a lesson to be learned, though. Don’t pull a knife on cops unless you want to be dead. Scout, like all crazy sodomites, probably committed suicide by cop.

Fox News

Schultz, a fourth-year computer engineering major and the president of the Georgia Tech Pride Alliance, preferred the pronouns “they” and “them” rather than “him” or “her” and identified as bisexual and non-binary–according to a Pride Alliance profile online, reports USA Today.

Scout allegedly was armed with a knife and refused to put the weapon down when officers urged them multiple times to do so. Videos taken by witnesses showed Schultz, who appeared to be barefoot, holding an object in their hand, WSB-TV reported. The student then was seen yelling, “shoot me” to the officers.

“Drop the knife! Drop the knife!” the officers were heard shouting back.

“Nobody wants to hurt you … Drop the knife,” an officer said again, ordering him to put the weapon down.

Another video showed Schultz walking forward before an officer fired his gun at Schultz. Georgia Bureau of Investigation spokeswoman Nelly Miles said the officer shot the student after Schultz “continued to advance on the officers with the knife.”

St. Louis protest over ex-cop’s acquittal turns violent, 32 arrested, 10 cops hurt

ST. LOUIS MAYOR LYDA KREWSON ISSUED A STATEMENT SUPPORTING THE PROTESTERS.

Burn, baby, burn. The weekend is young. You have Saturday and Sunday to burn down St. Louis. Get to work.

ABC News

Protesters in St. Louis Friday night blocked highways, damaged public and private property, broke windows, threw rocks at the mayor’s house and threw bricks at police officers — who responded by dispersing tear gas — after a white former police officer earlier in the day was acquitted in the 2011 fatal shooting of a black man.

Thirty-two people were arrested, the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department said. Ten officers were injured — 9 St. Louis Police Department officers and one Missouri Highway Patrol officer — two of whom were transported to a hospital with injuries sustained after being hit by a brick. Some officers were wearing protective gear due to items being thrown at them.

St. Louis Circuit Judge Timothy Wilson found 36-year-old Jason Stockley not guilty of first-degree murder and armed criminal action. On Dec. 20, 2011, the then-police officer shot 24-year-old Lamar Smith five times after a high-speed chase and crash.

Watch the entire pursuit and shooting via police dashcam footage and surveillance cameras owned by businesses.

Hundreds of people were part of the massive protest, ABC St. Louis affiliate KDNL reported.

At 10:08 p.m. local time, police declared the gathering an “unlawful assembly,” tweeting, “those refusing to leave are subject to arrest.”

Less than 20 minutes after tweeting that the protest was an unlawful assembly, police announced tear gas had been dispersed, tweeting, “Tear gas was deployed because agitators became violent towards officers and destroyed property at Kingshighway & Waterman #stlverdict.”

Police took to Twitter documenting the violent aspect of the protest, including the blocking by protesters of highways and other thoroughfares and other acts of civil disobedience.

“Agitators have converged on Mayor Krewson’s house,” police tweeted at 9:47 p.m. “Throwing rocks and breaking windows, despite being instructed not to.”

A subsequent tweet read, “Agitators refuse to disperse causing property damage near Mayor’s home. Those who don’t comply w/police orders subject to arrest #stlverdict.”

The violence continued past 11 p.m., with police tweeting at 10:29 p.m., “Destruction of public and private property continues in the #CWE neighborhood. We are doing everything we can to keep you safe #stlverdict.” Then at 11:30 p.m. police tweeted, “Agitators are being warned that this is no longer a lawful assembly. If they do not disperse, they will be subject to arrest. #stlverdict.”

Video from the protests showed demonstrators marching while chanting phrases including “no justice, no peace” and “if you kill our kids, we’ll kill your economy.”

Damone Smith, a 52-year-old electrician who was among the motorists re-routed away from the area, told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that he believed the verdict to be “disgusting.”

“I’m proud of these people protesting,” Smith, who is black, told the Post-Dispatch. “If you look like me, then you feel like there is no other way to express yourself in this kind of verdict. Time and time again, African-American men are killed by police, and nobody is held accountable.”

Officials also tweeted a video of protesters stomping on the hood of a police car.

Some demonstrators were seen openly carrying rifles on the streets, which is legal in Missouri, according to The Associated Press, but there have been no reports of weapons being fired.

Earlier in the evening, police said the protests have been “for the most part” nonviolent, adding “there have been some tense moments where agitators became destructive.”

Several companies — including Wells Fargo, Stifel and Nestle Purina Petcare — sent thousands of employees home as protests grew Friday morning, the Post-Dispatch reported.

Stockley told the Post-Dispatch on Friday that he “can feel for” and “understand” what Smith’s family is going through. “I know everyone wants someone to blame, but I’m just not the guy,” Stockley told the local newspaper.

Stockley’s acquittal also elicited outrage from several local officials, condemning the anxiously awaited bench verdict.

JASON STOCKLEY.

“This not-guilty verdict of a police officer who violently killed a citizen is another slap in the face to the black community in St. Louis,” Missouri state Rep. Michael Butler said in a statement. “And a shot in the heart to the family of the victim,” he said of Smith.

“This system and all the politicians calling for peace are ignoring the pain this verdict causes our communities,” Butler added. “We will be nonviolent but we will not settle on peace. No justice. No peace.”

St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson offered a more measured response, though equally emotional.

“My thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Anthony Lamar Smith, our police, judge, prosecutor, our citizens who find no comfort or justice, and everyone involved in this difficult case,” she said in a statement.

“I am appalled at what happened to Anthony Lamar Smith. I am sobered by this outcome. Frustration, anger, hurt, pain, hope and love all intermingle.”

Stockley and his partner at the time, Brian Bianchi, were trying to apprehend Smith for a suspected drug deal at a Church’s Chicken restaurant, according to court documents.

Stockley was facing up to life in prison without parole had he been convicted of both charges.

And now for the masterpiece of all Tweets:

This live stream was working at 5:32 A. M. Central Time. I’m not 100 percent certain this isn’t a rerun of the live stream, but it’s informative whatever it is. St. Louis is in trouble. The white people who live there are in danger.

Phiando Castile’s “Fambly” Paid $3 Million to Settle Lawsuit Over His Death

Once the dashcam video of the shooting of Philando Castile was released last week, it was clear that Officer Jeronimo Yanez should never work in law enforcement again.

Thus, the disturbing video, embedded below, suggests that civil liability was present, i.e., wrongful death.

Still, very few wrongful deaths end up with a $3 million payout. It is, I believe, excessive by a factor of 10. I suppose it can partly be chalked up to the city wanting to keep its fine black citizens from rioting over the not guilty verdict for ex-cop Yanez.

UPI

The mother of Philando Castile, who was fatally shot by a Minnesota police officer in 2016, agreed to a $3 million settlement, lawyers announced Monday.

Castile, 32, was shot during a traffic stop in St. Anthony, Minn., by Officer Jeronimo Yanez. The shooting was in the national spotlight as Castile’s girlfriend, a passenger in the car, live-streamed the shooting on Facebook. Her 4-year-old daughter was also in the car.

Yanez, 29, was acquitted on June 15 of manslaughter and discharge of a firearm, prompting several days of protests. Yanez was fired from the St. Anthony police force.

A statement from the government, and from lawyers on both sides of the case, was released Monday. It said in part, “The death of Philando Castile is a tragedy for his family and for our community. The parties moved expeditiously to resolve potential civil claims resulting from this tragedy in order to allow the process of healing to move forward for the Castile family, for the people of St. Anthony Village, and for all those impacted by the death of Philando Castile throughout the United States.”

VALERIE CASTILE, PHILANDO’S MOTHER.

The statement added that Valerie Castile will be paid though insurance funds, and that “no taxpayer monies” are involved.

Watch the disturbing video that shows a nervous Jeronimo Yanez, variously identified as Latino or Native American.

Many other deserving families of dead victims don’t get anything close to this kind of payout. Black privilege appears to be at work again.

Michael Brown’s Parents, City of Ferguson Reach Settlement Deal in Lawsuit

THE GRIEVING PARENTS OF THE DINDU NUFFINS.

The parents of “Gentle Giant” Michael Brown hit the ghetto jackpot today.

How outrageous is that?

Read the paragraph I bolded to see just how weak and cowardly the fuxated city of Ferguson, Missouri was to settle the lawsuit.

NBC News

The parents of Michael Brown, the black teenager who was shot and killed in 2014 by a white police officer, have reached an undisclosed settlement with the city of Ferguson, Missouri, in a wrongful death civil suit, according to court documents.

The amount of the settlement agreement was sealed. U.S. District Judge E. Richard Webber said in an order that, “Disclosure of the terms of the settlement agreement could jeopardize the safety of individuals involved in this matter, whether as witnesses, parties, or investigators.”

Brown’s parents, Michael Brown, Sr., and Lesley McSpadden, filed a wrongful death suit against the city of Ferguson, Wilson, and the town’s former police chief in 2015.

Michael Brown, 18, was fatally shot by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson on Aug. 9, 2014. A grand jury later declined to indict Wilson. Wilson in November of 2014 resigned from the Ferguson Police Department.

The shooting sparked protests around the country over the use of deadly force by police against black men. The Justice Department in 2015 cleared Wilson of civil rights violations, but in a report found a pattern of biased policing in Ferguson, a city of around 21,000 west of St. Louis.

The wrongful death suit argued that Wilson used
profane language in his initial confrontation with Brown and another person as they walked in a road, which unnecessarily escalated the situation, and that excessive force was used. It also alleged a racially-biased mentality and culture in the Ferguson police department.

Former Ferguson police chief Thomas Jackson, who was criticized for his response after the shooting and his handling of protests, resigned in March of 2015. The Justice Department found that tactics used by several law enforcement agencies into the sometimes-violent protests made the unrest worse.

The amount of the settlement will be distributed among the two plaintiffs and their attorneys as stipulated in an agreement, the judge’s order says, and all claims against the city and those named in the suit were dismissed.

If things had worked out Brown’s way it would have been Darren Wilson dead instead of him.

There’s no good reason to settle the lawsuit. I believe the city would have won in a fair court.

OFFICER DARREN WILSON’S FACIAL INJURY, INFLICTED BY MICHAEL BROWN.

Murder or Professional Police Response? Dashcam Video of Philando Castile Shooting Released Today

Less than 10 minutes.

The shooting occurs early in the video.

Officer Jeronimo Yanez has been found not guilty of any crime in the shooting you will see in the video.

One thing that is revealed that is new is that Yanez is too nervous and emotional to be a cop. He should never be allowed to wear a badge again. His interview with a police inspector toward the end of the video is troublesome. If you believe Yanez was too quick on the draw, I wouldn’t be inclined to disagree with you.

From the youtube information box:

Published on Jun 20, 2017

** (Disclaimer: Video posted strictly for educational and information purposes only) **

Officials in Ramsey County, Minnesota, released video on Tuesday that shows the interaction Castile had with St. Anthony Police Officer Jeronimo Yanez before Castile was shot to death during a traffic stop in July. In the video, Yanez tells Castile that he’s being pulled over because he has a brake light out. (Audio later used as evidence in the case against Yanez ― and also released Tuesday ― shows the officer actually thought Castile and his girlfriend “just look like people that were involved in a robbery.”) “Sir, I have to tell you, I do have a firearm on me,” Castile says in the graphic video, embedded below. “OK, don’t reach for it then,” Yanez says. “Don’t pull it out.” Castile appears to say that he’s not pulling out the gun, and then Yanez shoots him. Yanez can be heard screaming profanities and sobbing after the shooting. He keeps his gun pointed at a dying Castile as he calls for backup and waits for other officers to arrive.

Later in the video, when Yanez is interviewed by another officer, he admits that he didn’t actually see Castile grab for a gun. He notes, however, that he was nervous after he asked to see Castile’s license, and Castile “had his grip a lot wider than a wallet.” Yanez says: “I didn’t know where the gun was, he didn’t tell me where the fuckin’ gun was, and then it was just gettin’ hanky. He was just staring straight ahead, and I was gettin’ fuckin’ nervous and then … I told him to get his fuckin’ hand off his gun … Fuck.” Castile’s girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds, and her 4-year-old daughter were in the car at the time. Reynolds live-streamed the aftermath of the shooting, which brought worldwide attention to the case. A jury on Friday found Yanez not guilty on a charge of second-degree manslaughter and two counts of reckless discharge of a firearm.

Tuesday’s video release quickly drew more attention to the acquittal, which prompted thousands of protesters to March through Saint Paul over the weekend. “It’s just like, a punch in my stomach, it’s a punch in the gut,” Castile’s friend, John Thompson, told HuffPost Tuesday. “Look what happened to Philando for doing all the right things. It hurts. Every time I talk about it, it hurts. “I’m so tired of being tired, I’m so tired of being sad, I’m so tired of being angry at this system.” Yanez was fired from the police force after the acquittal. “The City of St. Anthony has concluded that the public will be best served if Officer Yanez is no longer a police officer in our city,” the city said on its website Friday. “The city intends to offer Officer Yanez a voluntary separation agreement to help him transition to another career other than being a St. Anthony officer.”

Sh*tstorm Brewing as White Cops Shoot, Kill Pregnant Young Negress Holding A Knife

CHARLEENA LYLES. SHOT DEAD BY TWO WHITE OFFICERS.

MOURNERS.

This is an important story because it could be the police shooting incident that race baiters use to set off a long hot summer of race riots.

Unlike many others shot and killed by police, Charleena Lyles is a sympathetic figure. Well, she was except for the knife that police say she was wielding. She was a Christian mother of four. Relatives allege that police shot her in front of her children.

There’s a real possibility that this will be the shooting that will force police to change their modus operandi when dealing with crazy people. Let’s see if President Trump Tweets this or talks about it.

CHARLEENA WITH HER CHILDREN.

Seattle Times

Seattle police on Sunday shot and killed a 30-year-old old woman who had called officers to report an attempted burglary and then displayed a knife, SPD said. Police took three children from the home; the victim’s sister says the shooting was unnecessary.

Dozens of people attended a vigil Sunday night for a 30-year-old woman fatally shot by Seattle police as department use-of-force investigators probed how officers wound up killing a woman who had called police for help.

Just after 10 a.m. Sunday, Seattle police responded after the woman had called to report an attempted burglary at her Magnuson Park apartment. At some point, police said, she displayed a knife and two officers shot and killed her.

Relatives identified the woman as Charleena Lyles.

Family members said she was several months pregnant and had been struggling with mental-health issues for the past year. They said she was concerned authorities would take her children, one of whom they said has Down syndrome.

Family members arriving about two hours later were distraught and questioned why police had to shoot her. She was “tiny,” they said, and believe her race — she is African American — was a factor.

The SPD has confirmed that both officers were white.

“Why couldn’t they have Tased her? They could have taken her down. I could have taken her down,” said Monika Williams, Lyles’ sister.

Police Detective Mark Jamieson said officers were alerted to “hazard information” in the system after a previous encounter with the woman, which prompted a two-officer response Sunday morning when she called to report an attempted burglary in her fourth-floor unit at Brettler Family Place apartments.

“Officers were confronted by a 30-year-old woman armed with a knife,” the department wrote on its web blotter. “Both officers fired their duty weapons, striking the woman.

“There were several children inside the apartment at the time of the shooting, but they were not injured,” the department said. “They are being cared for by other family members at this time.”

Charleena’s Facebook is a well full of tears waiting to be spilled by liberals and softhearted conservatives.

Charleena was killed while pregnant with her fifth child. That’s really going to draw attention to her death.

Heavy offers more pictures and story background.