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(Omaha World Herald)   Remember the Omaha cops who chased a guy into his home and seized his video camera to try and cover up an arrest gone wrong? They got fired. Also, charged with a felony   (omaha.com) divider line 90
    More: Followup, video cameras, cover up, Bradley Canterbury, Officer Matthew Worm, Douglas County, Nebraska State Patrol, felony  
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2013-05-07 01:28:40 PM
Just remember that 'fired' doesn't mean fired when a police union's involved. Some cops have been fired 8 times.

Though a felony conviction and time in jail would certainly help.
 
2013-05-07 01:28:42 PM

darth_badger: [content.omaha.com image 300x400]

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Heh. Cornfed
 
2013-05-07 01:45:50 PM
cdn.mdjunction.com
 
2013-05-07 01:47:16 PM
Gee, that's nice. It will mean more with a conviction. Hopefully they die in prison.
 
2013-05-07 01:52:35 PM
I'll keep the champagne corked until I hear about them getting cornholed in prison. There's still many opportunities for these goons to escape Justice.

Omaha cops are a real gang of hamfisted thugs, and this is all just theater to keep North Omaha, which is always a powder keg, from going full-blown LA Riots '92.
 
2013-05-07 01:59:21 PM
They're going to make an example out of this lot and there will be a lot of "Even cops aren't above the law" speeches so that they can pretend the cultural problem is fixed without actually enacting any reforms. Then they'll all be on their best behavior for a few years until the next "isolated incident."

Works for my city.
 
2013-05-07 02:04:30 PM
Good. As felons, they may not possess firearms.
Enjoy, twats.
 
2013-05-07 02:11:48 PM
I live in Omaha.
 Personally I practice responsible citizenship.Keeping my tags up to date goes hand in hand with being courteous to cops ,kids and little old ladies and are just as important as not stealing music and game downloads or a box of mac and cheese.
That creamy feeling you get in your nether regions just knowing that you're an entitled American with no self control? That's the fruit of the liberal tree ....and it gives the whole nation the shiats.Im not a fan of cops,don't see how they can do their job with 200 million spoilt sprats running the country but when I find myself having to deal with them for whatever reason I do so with basic decency.
 If I get my car towed because I failed to act as a responsible citizen? I reap what I sow and don't throw a tantrum about it.
 
2013-05-07 02:17:31 PM
Wow. I guess they were behind on their dues.
 
2013-05-07 02:22:43 PM
It really sucks that this behavior is not the rare exception.

Sucks worse that we rarely ever see justice like this.
 
2013-05-07 02:22:54 PM

SuddenlySamhain: I live in Omaha.
 Personally I practice responsible citizenship.Keeping my tags up to date goes hand in hand with being courteous to cops ,kids and little old ladies and are just as important as not stealing music and game downloads or a box of mac and cheese.
That creamy feeling you get in your nether regions just knowing that you're an entitled American with no self control? That's the fruit of the liberal tree ....and it gives the whole nation the shiats.Im not a fan of cops,don't see how they can do their job with 200 million spoilt sprats running the country but when I find myself having to deal with them for whatever reason I do so with basic decency.
 If I get my car towed because I failed to act as a responsible citizen? I reap what I sow and don't throw a tantrum about it.


8/10

It's subtle, and the keywords are cleverly hidden. May you have much bites.
 
2013-05-07 02:29:19 PM
Kleine said the public must know that no officer is above the law.


HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA *inhale* HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Well, alrighty then!
 
2013-05-07 02:29:43 PM
+1
 
2013-05-07 02:35:33 PM
If that cop goes to jail (and I think he deserves it), he is going to be in some serious danger.  Criminals don't like cops much...
 
2013-05-07 02:37:43 PM

louiedog: Mr Guy: Sigh, what's that app that automatically streams video to a remote server?  Looks like that needs to be S.O.P.

If you have a good data connection you can use something like Justin.TV, Ustream, and others which will also alert your friends/family via social media when you start streaming and they can watch you get your ass kicked by the cops live. Most of them automatically archive the video for later viewing.

If your connection isn't so good you might want to just record locally to a folder that automatically uploads the video so that it's not just a choppy mess.


Google's Instant Upload works great on my Android phone.
 
2013-05-07 02:37:51 PM

Itstoearly: If that cop goes to jail (and I think he deserves it), he is going to be in some serious danger.  Criminals don't like cops much...


He'd be put in solitary confinement in order to keep him away from other criminals, or kept out of general population by some other means.
 
2013-05-07 02:45:48 PM

SuddenlySamhain: I live in Omaha.
 Personally I practice responsible citizenship.Keeping my tags up to date goes hand in hand with being courteous to cops ,kids and little old ladies and are just as important as not stealing music and game downloads or a box of mac and cheese.
That creamy feeling you get in your nether regions just knowing that you're an entitled American with no self control? That's the fruit of the liberal tree ....and it gives the whole nation the shiats.Im not a fan of cops,don't see how they can do their job with 200 million spoilt sprats running the country but when I find myself having to deal with them for whatever reason I do so with basic decency.
 If I get my car towed because I failed to act as a responsible citizen? I reap what I sow and don't throw a tantrum about it.


Somehow I doubt this entire post.
 
2013-05-07 02:48:08 PM
Dr Dreidel:
// Reason's 7 Rules for Taping Cops
// Rule 1: KNOW THE LAW


Rule 8: Be white
Rule 9: Look like you can afford your own lawyer.
Rule 10: Be prepared to wind up like this http://denver.cbslocal.com/2013/02/10/man-beaten-by-denver-police-has - his-federal-case-dropped/  [warning: not safe for lunch or ivory towered libertarians and liberals]
 
2013-05-07 02:52:19 PM
Amazing!  I actually have more respect for the Omaha PD after reading this.  A lot of times they worry that if they fire/charge their own the public will lose faith, but it's having the reverse reaction.  Weird, huh?
 
2013-05-07 02:54:58 PM

doglover: They're lucky Samuel Vimes is a fictional character.


Damn shame about that.
 
2013-05-07 02:59:09 PM
FTA: Kleine said the public must know that no officer is above the law.

cdn.unrealitymag.com
Somewhere out there, your typical Fark cop-hater's head just asploded.
 
2013-05-07 03:12:11 PM

DMZ DEATH: Its aggrivating because stuff like this happens so often. Theres tons of videos like this out there. Probably happens twice as much when nobody's recording. When you see cops running into danger, like in Boston a few weeks ago, it almost made me forget that most who where blue are just the WORST. I've known quite a few officers, including family over the years, and most are tools. The guys in highschool that were the biggest dicks became cops. Most are bullies, with an overinflated sense of worth. Most, are complete garbage. I seriously would trust the dregs of society, than most of the douches in blue.


ODD my experience is that the true facist types are always the guys who everyone told to FO
 
2013-05-07 03:24:36 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2013-05-07 03:42:39 PM
Can't stop the signal, Mal.
 
2013-05-07 04:01:15 PM
Sending them to Best Korea would be nice.
 
2013-05-07 04:04:25 PM

Cop facing consequences for actions.....

Does not compute......

Norman.... coordinate.......


api.ning.com
 
2013-05-07 04:36:30 PM
Until proven otherwise, cops are scumbags. The misbehavior of police, as well as the justifications and excuses for it is so remarkably consistent from area to area that it's hard to believe that these are the acts of a few bad apples in a few departments and not a profession wide problem. Abuse of power seems to be a typical part of a police departments daily operations.

I'm beginning to believe that the police are just the largest street gang in the country. Distinct colors, somewhat unique language, others covering up the criminal acts of the rest, etc.  Every time one cop or a GROUP of cops quickly and smoothly (to me, implies it's not new to them) trample on someone's rights, assault them, shoot them, or kill them without cause, we have to hear that there are plenty of good cops and these were just the bad ones.

First, I have a very hard time believing that these are the only bad ones on that force, so that means there are more.

Second, how is it that the bad cops always manage to find each other and end up assigned to the same patrol route, SWAT team, etc. AND all the good cops never seem to "sniff" them out? That is, how come the good cops never seem to detect the bad ones in their ranks? If they are detecting them, they're not doing much about them. I don't know which is worse, ineptness or aiding and abetting.

Third, if the good cops can't detect the bad ones, or cover up for them, what good are they going to do us when we complain about the bad ones? They're either blind to the transgressions, or they're accomplices.

Would we tolerate ANY business if their employees engaged in criminally or ethically abusive acts at the same rate as police officers (Catholic Church notwithstanding)?
 
2013-05-07 04:53:20 PM
Splendid.
 
2013-05-07 04:56:39 PM
Sharee/Octavious lol
 
2013-05-07 05:30:04 PM

Darth_Lukecash: Walker: Cythraul: Cops getting fired actually happens? Wow.

They'll probably quietly be reinstated. That happens a lot too. Or just move to another state and become a cop there.

Unlikely, if you are actually convicted of a crime


Consultants it is then.
 
2013-05-07 06:19:26 PM

SpectroBoy: Cop facing consequences for actions.....Does not compute......Norman.... coordinate.......
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nice...i watched that last night!
 
2013-05-07 06:30:00 PM

doglover: They're lucky Samuel Vimes is a fictional character.


I'm sure they're more lucky Lord Vetirinari is fictional. The man could get creative with punishment...
 
2013-05-07 07:02:57 PM
and ain't nothing, NOTHING, would have happened if the neighbor across the street wouldn't have been filming it from his upstairs window.

which was posted on here that same night and not greenlit

/ain't never had no beef in south o or north o....just with some west o punks
 
2013-05-07 09:32:58 PM

homelessdude: yeeeesh.....worthy of the Drudge mugshot roundup fer sher

Well, at least the 2 to the left are.......

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Racist!
 
2013-05-07 09:33:20 PM
Where's the cop who was defending them in the original thread? Would love to hear from him now.
 
2013-05-08 12:42:41 AM
cuffs too tight, bud?

www.omaha.com
 
2013-05-08 07:21:59 AM
So once again we have a random selection of cops on scene and all are willing to go along with criminal conduct, violence, theft and nobody willing to speak up.

... yet fools still believe most cops are good?
 
2013-05-08 09:46:26 AM
According to the article they were charged almost exclusively with misdemeanors. Which seems odd since they invaded a home, committed robbery, assault, etc.

So the sacrificial lambs aren't being sacrificed so much as sheared. They will probably find work with another PD due to the recommendation of their superiors.

I have known too many cops to believe this horse shiat is anything but a half-hearted attempt at damage control.

/unimpressed
 
2013-05-08 10:08:32 AM

Bandito King: According to the article they were charged almost exclusively with misdemeanors. Which seems odd since they invaded a home, committed robbery, assault, etc.

So the sacrificial lambs aren't being sacrificed so much as sheared. They will probably find work with another PD due to the recommendation of their superiors.

I have known too many cops to believe this horse shiat is anything but a half-hearted attempt at damage control.

/unimpressed


"Kinsella turned himself in at the jail at 7:45 a.m. on a  felony charge of evidence tampering and misdemeanor obstruction and theft. "

Huh?
 
2013-05-08 10:39:24 AM
Yes, that's why I wrote "almost exclusively". That's one felony charge among three people. I counted, what, four misdemeanors along with it? And it looks like one cop wasn't charged with anything, just fired. (Which he is appealing)

All of them should be charged with multiple felonies.
 
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