This is what happens to your face when you attack a cop and resist arrest


John Haaff must have been born with Haaff a brain because he has no common sense. The cops fight back. They might even shoot you, but in this case they just gave Haaff the Mike Tyson treatment–a good old fashioned beating.

One of the comments at the source site claims that Haaff is an amateur MMA fighter, so he’s used to black eyes I suppose.


A Marrero man who resisted arrest following a scuffle with a roommate put a Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office deputy into a chokehold, almost causing the officer to black out, according to authorities.

John Haaff, 29, was booked with second-degree battery, battery of a police officer with injury and two counts of resisting police by force or violence, said Lt. Jason Rivarde, spokesman for the department.

3rd suspect arrested in deadly 2015 Marrero robbery

The deputies were dispatched to Haaff’s residence in the 1100 block of Francis Street in Marrero just after 7 p.m. Saturday (Nov. 25) after the department received a report of a fight, Sheriff’s Office reports said.

Two deputies arrived and tried to take Haaff into custody for allegedly hitting his roommate. But Haaff slapped one deputy and punched the other in the face, the arrest report said.

Haaff is then accused of putting one of the deputies in a chokehold, cutting off the officer’s airway. The deputy almost lost consciousness, Rivarde said.

During the struggle, the two first-responding deputies hit their emergency buttons, summoning help. Another deputy got to the house and spotted his colleague in the headlock. The officer said the deputy’s eyes were half-closed, and he wasn’t sure whether the deputy was still breathing, according to the report.

The newly-arrived deputy began hitting Haaff in the face to break the hold. Once Haaff let go, he continued to struggle with the deputies. The officers used a Taser and eventually took Haaff into custody.

The first two deputies to respond to the house were taken to West Jefferson Hospital in Marrero where they were treated and released, the arrest report said.

Haaff was taken to University Medical Center in New Orleans for treatment of his injuries. He was then booked into the Jefferson Parish Correctional Center in Gretna.

Haaff was still being held there Monday in lieu of a $30,000 bond.

The legal system doesn’t like people who attack cops, especially trained fighters. John Haaff is going to do some time in prison.

WAR-ON-COPS: Three White Georgia Deputies To Be Charged With Murder in Stun Gun Death of Black Resisting Arrest

Here we have another Freddie Gray situation. A Negro resists arrest and is tased. He later dies. The cops are then charged with murder.

The purpose of these persecutions (and prosecutions) of white cops is to drive whites out of police work so that nonwhites can more easily carry out a planned program of white genocide.

Even if you’re white but against the police, you had better be concerned about the darkening of police forces across America.

A district attorney said Friday that he plans to seek murder charges against three former Washington County deputies for their roles in a man’s electroshock death.

The news came a few days after deputies Michael Howell, Henry Lee Copeland and Rhett Scott were fired following an investigation into the July 7 incident. That summer evening, Eurie Martin of Milledgeville died after being hit with a stun gun multiple times.

District Attorney Hayward Altman said at a Friday news conference that he planned to present the felony murder charges to a grand jury Dec. 19.

Sheriff Thomas Smith said in a statement Tuesday that the deputies did not follow correct procedures on use of force. They were responding to a call about a suspicious person walking in a Deepstep neighborhood when they came across Martin.

The deputies said an altercation ensued, and Martin was hit with a stun gun before being handcuffed. Soon afterward, Martin became ill, and emergency medical services arrived to help him.

The 58-year-old died in the front yard of a home.

Altman said a GBI investigation showed that Martin was breaking no laws and did nothing wrong during his encounter with the deputies.

An attorney representing Martin’s family said they were surprised to learn the extent of the charges. The three deputies are white and Martin was black.

“We didn’t see this in Baltimore, we didn’t see this in New York, we didn’t see this in Orlando,” Francys Johnson said. “We didn’t see this in cases around this country.”

Don’t resist arrest. That should be the takeaway. Instead, we’re left with the impression that three cops, racists all, went out looking for a Negro to murder, knowing damn well that in this political climate they would be charged.

It doesn’t make sense. But very little about America today makes sense.

Outrage Building as SC Police Taser 86 Year Old Combative Negro, Putting Him in Intensive Care


No, the outrage isn’t because a Negro had the nerve to attack police officers, whose race has not been verified. The outrage is because the police used a taser on him.

I guess next time, to save trouble, they should just shoot the SOB?

According to Albert Chatfield’s fambly, he dindu nuffins.

Herald Online

An 86-year-old South Carolina man was in intensive care Thursday after being shocked with a Taser by a Kingstree police officer during a traffic stop, according to an attorney representing the motorist.

Albert Chatfield was taken to McLeod Regional Medical Center in Florence on Monday with a broken nose, lacerations to his face and head and bleeding in three spots on his brain, said state Rep. Justin Bamberg, an attorney who is representing Chatfield.

Kingstree Police Chief James Barr Jr. said an officer used the Taser after Chatfield exited his vehicle, began yelling at officers, and started stepping backward towards traffic.

Officers stopped Chatfield after a 911 caller reported just before 8 a.m. Monday that a driver in a white SUV was tailgating a car and not allowing the driver to turn, Barr told The State newspaper on Thursday. Two officers in separate patrol cars spotted Chatfield’s white Ford Explorer in the town limits.

Barr said he would not identify the officers involved, citing the ongoing investigation. However, officer Stephen Sweikata wrote in an incident report that he pursued Chatfield. A copy of the incident report was provided to The State newspaper.

Chatfield is black. The report does not indicate the race of the two Kingstree officers.

Sweikata saw Chatfield’s SUV and started to make a U-turn to follow him, but Chatfield made a U-turn to avoid the officer, the report states.

“Mr. Chatfield took them on a quarter-of-a-mile chase before he stopped,” Barr said. “Once his vehicle came to a stop, he jumped out of his vehicle and headed toward law enforcement in a rage. Officers were giving him commands to stand down and stop.”

Chatfield continued yelling at the officers on the side of the road and “took up a fighting stance” against Sweikata, the report states.

“He was just hollering, really not making sense,” Barr said.

Sweikata deployed his Taser on Chatfield, with the prongs striking Chatfield in the chest and rib areas, the report states. Barr said the officer shocked Chatfield for one five-second cycle.

Chatfield fell onto his back, was handcuffed and moved away from traffic, according to Barr and the incident report. He appeared to be disoriented but was still responsive and communicating when EMS arrived, Barr said.

The incident report describes Chatfield as 5-foot-9 and 173 pounds. When asked why the officers did not physically subdue Chatfield, Barr said the Taser was the last resort because of Chatfield’s stance toward officers and the danger he posed to himself by stepping closer to traffic. No charges have been filed.

Bamberg, the attorney representing Chatfield, said his client was not armed and never fought with the officers.

“Unless the officers reasonably felt that Mr. Chatfield was a threat of serious bodily injury to themselves or to a third party, they should not have tased him in the first place,” he said.

He noted that the incident report says Chatfield was “walking/jogging” backward in the lanes of traffic, and questioned how he could be aggressive with officers if he was backing away from them.

“It’s my understanding he was never close enough to touch anybody, nor did he act like he was about to attack anybody,” Bamberg said. “He just wasn’t listening.”

Chatfield was taken to Williamsburg Regional Hospital and later airlifted to McLeod Regional Medical Center.

At McLeod, Chatfield was put into a medically-induced coma, which he is now out of, Bamberg said. He cannot talk beyond mumbles and groans, and has a pacemaker which doctors are still testing to see if it was damaged by the Taser.

“Him being tased did not cause the medical condition that he was having,” Barr said. “He was having some preexisting conditions that the family knew some of.”

Chatfield’s daughter told a doctor at Williamsburg Regional that her father “had acted out with her” Saturday, and that she believed he was not taking his prescribed medication, according to the police incident report.

“At 86 years old, he’s in his right mind most of the time but he will also have periods of confusion or paranoia,” Bamberg said. “That is what they are referring to with regard to his condition.”

Each officer was wearing a body camera that was working and activated during the traffic stop, Barr said. There also is dashcam footage of the incident, he said.

Barr said no footage will be released while the case is under investigation. The State newspaper has requested a copy of the footage under the state’s Freedom of Information Act.

Kingstree, a town of about 3,200 residents, is located about 80 miles east of Columbia.

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



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.


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.

Weird Dude with Cone Shaped Head Sentenced to 10 Years for Attacking Elderly Woman and Her Small Dog


An elderly woman was severely injured during a bizarre attack by the scumbag piece of excrement pictured above.

This weird conehead should experience pain commensurate with that which he brought to his elderly neighbor.

OC Register

SANTA ANA – A 52-year-old man was sentenced to 10 years in prison on Friday for attacking his neighbor and her small dog as they walked in Irvine last year.

Craig Andrew Ledbetter of Irvine pleaded guilty to two felony counts of attempted murder and elder abuse, and two misdemeanor counts of animal cruelty and resisting an officer, according to the Orange County Dsistrict Attorney’s Office.

On Sept. 29, 2015, the woman, who was 75 at the time, was walking her family’s mini poodle on Rockwood in the Woodbridge community at about 2:45 p.m., when a screaming and naked Ledbetter ran up to her and knocked her to the groud, authorities said.

Prosecutors said Ledbetter got on top of the victim and punched her in the face and chest. He then stood up and repeatedly kicked her in the head. He took the dog by the leash and swung the dog over his shoulder.

Witnesses called 911 and police responded to the scene. Officers had to use a Taser to subde Ledbetter and arrest him, authorities said.

The victim suffered serious injuries, including bleeding in the brain, a dislocated left arm and eye injuries, prosecutors said. Her dog was not injured.

Authories said it was not immediately clear what provoked the attack.

Sometimes blacks come to this site to criticize for urging harsh punishments for violent criminals. We’re an equal opportunity hater here. We hate those of any race or ethnicity who prey upon the innocent.

You have to suspect from looking at him that the perp in this case has a record. If judges could administer corporal punishment (whippings or canings), some of this out of control violence would not take place.

Given the nature of this crime, you have to suspect that drugs are involved, and possibly mental illness. This guy needs to be permanently off the street, housed in a work camp, earning his keep through hard labor.

Sheriff Joe Ariapio knows how to treat prisoners.

Alabama High School Student Uses Stun Gun on Teacher (Video)

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This short video offers another reason for folks to home school their children. The public schools seem to be in chaos today.

An Alabama student pulled a stun gun on a teacher who tried to stop her fighting with another female student. The altercation was caught on camera, and the shocking footage made it to web. The girl has been arrested and charged with felony assault.
A Mary G. Montgomery High School student, whose name is not being released due to her age, was reportedly having a conflict with another girl when a teacher came to break up their fight, according to the Alabama Media Group.

The student in question attacked him with a stun gun she had on her, Mobile County Sheriff’s office said.

I don’t see the stun gun in this video. Is there a stun gun?

White Cop GUILTY in Shooting Death of Unarmed Black Teen

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The conviction of former Officer Stephen Rankin is absolutely outrageous.

Washington Post

It was early on the morning of April 22, 2015, when Portsmouth, Va., police officer Stephen Rankin received a call about a suspected shoplifting.

Responding to the local Walmart, Rankin spotted a young black man walking through the parking lot. The policeman radioed his dispatcher to say he was approaching.

Sixty-two seconds later, after a scuffle, Rankin fatally shot that young black man, 18-year-old William Chapman II, in the chest and face.

On Thursday, a jury convicted Rankin of voluntary manslaughter, rejecting his claim that the shooting was justified.

The same jury, however, also rejected more serious charges and recommended a sentence of two and a half years for the former officer — a quarter of the punishment requested by prosecutors.

“It’s not enough,” Chapman’s mother, Sallie, said of the recommended sentence, according to the Virginian-Pilot.

“The criminal justice system is hell-bent on favoring those in law enforcement,” James Boyd, president of Portsmouth’s NAACP chapter, told the Associated Press before the verdict. “We see these violent injustices happening time and again without any sense of accountability. This trial has implications for every citizen, but specifically for every black American in this country.”

Rankin’s attorneys unsuccessfully tried to delay the trial, claiming the ex-cop could not get a fair trial in the current climate. They also said the case should not be judged in the context of police shootings elsewhere in the country.

Adding to the trial’s intrigue was the fact that Rankin had fatally shot an unarmed white man in 2011.

Judge Johnny Morrison did not allow prosecutors to tell the jury about the previous shooting, however. Instead, the four days of testimony focused on those 62 seconds last spring.


The incident began when employees at a Walmart in Portsmouth, a majority black city of 100,000 near Norfolk, called 911 at around 7:30 a.m. to report a shoplifter.

According to Rankin’s court testimony, the officer approached Chapman and said, “I suppose you know why I’m here.”

The teenager walked away briskly and put his left hand in his pocket, Rankin testified.

“I think he’s reaching for something and I need to detain him,” he said on the stand, according to the Guardian.

When Rankin put Chapman on the hood of his patrol car, however, the teenager allegedly tried to get away.

“Take your hand out of your pocket or I’m going to tase you,” Rankin recalled telling Chapman.

“You’re going to tase me when I didn’t do nothing to you?” Chapman replied, according to video footage from Rankin’s Taser that was played in court.

Rankin tased the teen.


“Immediately he became enraged and he became very angry,” Rankin claimed in court. The two scuffled, and Rankin’s Taser was knocked to the ground.

Rankin said he pulled his pistol and aimed it at Chapman, who was roughly six feet away from him in the parking lot. According to the officer, he ordered Chapman onto the ground but the teen instead taunted him, saying “Shoot me.”

Chapman then “came towards me aggressively,” Rankin claimed.

“I thought he was coming to kill me,” he testified, according to the Guardian.

The officer opened fire, striking the teen in his chest and face.

It is simply outrageous that any police officer of any race cannot respond to a deadly threat by any suspect of any race, armed or not.

Was Officer Rankin supposed to stand there and allow the “teen” to wrestle his gun away and kill him? Was the Officer supposed to cut and run like a little coward?

We pay police to protect us. That’s what Rankin did.

But because he’s white and he killed the now proverbial “unarmed teen,” he will see his life come to complete and total ruin.

Furthermore, every white cop in America will read the story of the trial and conviction and will hesitate in doing his duty.

Mercifully, most of the increase in crime that results will be visited on blacks. But an atmosphere of lawlessness in the land will ultimately lead to a severe decline in public safety.

Officer Rankin did what was necessary. He’s now another political prisoner in black-run America.