When a Texas police department sent an officer out on a vicious dog call, they did not expect him to return with a bunch of friendly photos.
Look at the fat pig ex-cop above. That’s what passes for law enforcement in the new diverse, multicutural America.
God only knows what other crimes piece of sh*t Abraham Flores Galvan committed. In the Mexican culture, it’s OK to have sex with infants. Lock up your children when there’s a Mexican around. Lock up your dogs too.
Galvan was busted by a sting operation. We need more of those.
A police officer in Georgia has been fired after he allegedly traveled to a shopping center in order to have sex with a 14-year-old girl.
Officer Abraham Flores Galvan worked part time with the Tunnel Hill Police Department, some 95 miles north of Atlanta.
On Thursday, Galvan apparently drove into nearby Roswell, Georgia after exchanging a series of online messages with someone identifying themselves as a young girl under the age of consent.
Once Galvan arrived at the Woodstock Road shopping center, however, he was immediately arrested by Roswell police with the help of SWAT officers from the Fulton County Police Department.
Galvan’s arrest was part of a multi-agency sting operation geared toward busting online child predators, according to Roswell police spokeswoman Lisa Holland. In a statement, Holland said,
The Roswell Police Department has been involved in a multi-agency undercover operation targeting online predators. The goal of the operation was to arrest persons who use the internet to entice children for indecent purposes. During the operation, Abraham Flores Galvan initiated contact with an individual identifying themselves as being a child under the age of consent.
She added, “the investigation on Gavin started last week when he engaged with what he thought was a 14 year old girl.”
Tunnel Hill Police Chief Roy Brunson later issued a statement saying that Galvan was fired on Friday. He said:
Abraham Galvan is a part-time officer working limited hours. He is still under the probation period and due to the seriousness of the charges will be terminated immediately.
Galvan was charged with obscene internet contact with a child and enticing a child to commit an illegal act, both of which are felonies under Georgia law.
The 42-year-old former cop is now being held on $20,000 bond in the Fulton County jail
Deport scumbag Galvan after he’s served his sentence even if he is an American citizen. He’s a better fit with Mexico than with the U.S.
The persecution of the white male has reached Satanic dimensions. Officer Michael Hamill is just the latest victim of the moral panic witch hunt that sees social justice warriors virtue signaling by destroying the hated white man.
Excerpt from metro.co.uk
A police officer who went viral in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma because of his good looks is alleged to have written anti-Semitic posts on Facebook.
Michael Hamill is under investigation after it emerged that he wrote that ‘stupid people’ should be dealt with ‘the Hitler way’ and put in an oven.
Screenshots captured by local newspaper the Gainesville Sun reveal that he wrote the comments in April 2013 with one person responding that his views were ‘messed up.’
He joined the police force three years later in April 2016.
Hamill wrote: ‘Who knew that reading jewish jokes before I go to bed would not only make me feel better about myself but also help me to sleep better as well.
‘Here is one for everybody, “What’s the difference between boy scouts and jews?” Anybody know? Well it is because “Boy scouts come back from their camps”.’
In another post he wrote: ‘so i find it funny that people will talk about how our government needs to do something about our economy and in reality its YOU who needs to stop taking advantage of our system and get a life and do something with your life.
‘Gotta love reality when it hits you in the face. Stupid people annoy me. put them in an oven and deal with them the hitler way. haha’.
His account is no longer on Facebook and the police department tweeted to say an investigation had been started.
Gainesville PD wrote: ‘Several citizens have brought information to our attention regarding a complaint against Officer Hamill.
‘GPD is reviewing the allegation and will do so in accordance to Florida law and department policy. Under Florida Law, complaint information is confidential until an investigation is concluded, and we will not be offering any further statement until that time.
‘The Gainesville Police Department prides itself with our philosophy and mission of compassion, inclusion, and respect and will fully review the matter.’
Earlier this week the picture of him went viral after they were posted on the GPD’s Facebook page with people writing things like:
‘This pic is exactly why your grandmother always told you to wear clean underwear in case you’re in an accident.’, ‘These guys really change the meaning of the song F*ck the Police…’, and ‘as if Florida wasn’t already wet enough’.
He was pictured next to fellow officers Nordman and Rengering as they went about their business to help out during Hurricane Irma.
Wonderfully inappropriate comments such as ‘I never seen breakfast lunch and dinner in the same pic before’ and ‘I wonder if they need help discharging their firearms?’ rolled in.
Setting aside the stupidity of the gays and women who became sexually aroused at the sight of Hamill and his fellow officers, the argument that will be used against him in a hearing is that Jews won’t report a crime knowing that the department approves of antisemites. Therefore, Hamill must resign or be fired.
That argument is nonsense. If Hamill had a record of beating up poor helpless Jews for no reason, then there might be some validity to the argument. But all he did was crack a few mild jokes that mentioned Jews.
Since Florida is infested with Yankee retired Jews, Hamill is in trouble. Here’s wishing him good luck.
MARIETTA, Ga. (AP) — A police lieutenant in Georgia who was recorded on video during a traffic stop saying “we only shoot black people” is being fired, the police chief said Thursday.
Dashcam video from July 2016 shows a car stopped on the side of a road and a woman can be heard telling Cobb County police Lt. Greg Abbott she was scared to move her hands in order to get her cellphone. Abbott, who is white, interrupts her and says, “But you’re not black. Remember, we only shoot black people. Yeah. We only shoot black people, right?”
Announcing his decision to fire Abbott, Police Chief Mike Register remarked that “there’s really no place for these types of comments in law enforcement.” Speaking at a news conference, Register added, “I feel that no matter what context you try to take those comments in, the statements were inexcusable and inappropriate. They’re not indicative of the values that I’m trying to instill within the Cobb County police department and that I believe the county holds.”
Register said he learned of the comments after television station WSB-TV obtained the video and made the department aware of it. Abbott, who had been an officer for 28 years, was placed on administrative duties while the department investigated the video.
Abbott’s attorney, Lance LoRusso, did not immediately respond to an email Thursday seeking comment on the firing. He had earlier said in a statement that Abbott was cooperating with the investigation, and his comments were meant to “de-escalate a situation involving an uncooperative passenger.”
Register said he’s worked hard since becoming chief in June to strengthen the relationship between the department and the community.
“It’s sad to think that several seconds of video has the potential of tearing that apart, and I hope that is not the case,” he said, later adding, “This badge and this uniform should mean that there’s justice and fairness for all.”
The department plans to rework its policies for reviewing videos to better catch problems, Register said.
Register said he’s known Abbott for many years and has known him to be an honorable man. The report from the internal review indicates that Abbott was trying to be sarcastic and to address the situation as he perceived it, Register said.
“He made a mistake,” Register said. “I don’t know what’s in his heart but I certainly know what came out of his mouth. It’s inexcusable.”
Black community leaders applauded Register’s quick action.
“Although we applaud them for their transparency in this regard, the officer’s interjection of race into the stop was particularly troubling and may be systematic, a deeper issue in the department,” said Deane Bonner of the Cobb County chapter of the NAACP.
“Police misconduct is not news,” said Ben Williams, chairman of the Cobb County chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. “The real story here, in my opinion, is the behavior of this police chief in Cobb County, Georgia.”
“To be here today and to stand with Chief Register as he pulls the shades up and exposes the sunrise here in Cobb County as that pertains to the conduct of the Cobb County Police Department, that’s the news,” he added.
Notice that there was no interaction with blacks and that no blacks were harmed. Yet a veteran cop is out of a job and facing destitution because a TV station, pandering to the Nog population in Atlanta, raised a stink.
WSB-TV are real sh*ts.
Blacks and white liberals are trying to have a white police officer fired for wearing the shirt you see above. This story broke a few days ago. As of today there’s been no updates on any of the sites covering it.
A police officer in Washington, D.C. has been placed on desk duty after the department received complaints about a t shirt he wore to court that supposedly features white supremacist imagery.
According to Law4BlackLives, an activist group made up of lawyers who support Black Lives Matter, officer Vincent Altiere was seen at least three times in court wearing a shirt that showed the grim reaper holding an assault rifle, and an O with a cross through it, known as a sun cross or Celtic cross. The Anti Defamation League and the Southern Poverty Law Center note that the Celtic cross is often used by white supremacist.
The shirt also says, “Let me see that waistband jo,” which refers to jump outs, a tactic where a group of cops jump out of unmarked cars and swarm people who they think are acting suspicious. Basically a more aggressive version of stop and frisk.
The officer was at the court house on official police business in all three instances. According to the Washington Post’s Radley Balko, this is not an isolated incident, either.
Going stealth is the only way to go for now. Put away the symbols that can get you fired and work like a saboteur to silently undermine the antiracist system that means white genocide.
Well, this should enrage Black Lives Matter.
Donut Boy must watch his back at all times. If he attends a public school that has blacks enrolled, he really is in some danger.
Some causes are better left to adults. While many people may appreciate the youngster’s efforts to thank a cop, police officers are paid reasonably well to “protect and serve.” They can afford to buy their own donuts.
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — When nine-year-old Tyler Carach of Florida saw police officers in his local store, he purchased mini donuts for them to show his appreciation for their hard work.
After he left the store, Tyler asked his mother Sheena if he could thank every cop in the United States by giving out donuts. Tyler would soon be known by police departments across the country as “Donut Boy.”
“They keep us safe,” Tyler said. “They’re my best friends and they need to be reminded that we still care.”
Tyler and his family are embarking on a six-week trip to donate donuts to several police departments, including the New York Police Department.
The Carach family will be staying with friends on Staten Island and will be handing out donuts to officers at an event on each borough. Their first event will be held on Staten Island on July 17.
“We know for sure we already have 5000 for NYPD donated by Dunkin’ Donuts and 25 dozen donated by The Donut Pub,” Sheena Carach said.
Tyler first started thanking cops with donuts last August and has already donated more than 6,000 donuts. He hopes to donate more than 10,000 donuts by the end of his six-week trip.
Tyler also hopes his trip will add more police department patches and challenge coins — carried by police officers to keep the oath to uphold the law — to his growing collection.
Read more about challenge coins at Wikipedia.