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(WMUR New Hampshire)   Police: He was belligerent, resisting. Suspect's Lawyer: That's what your report says, now let's go to the video. FBI, US Attorney: Yeah, let's go to that HOLY FARK. (w/ Video of "belligerence, resisting")   (wmur.com) divider line 254
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2014-01-09 07:50:33 AM
Whoah
They slam his head into a wall, pick him up, throw him down, then pepper spray him?
Yeah.
I can see they will be getting a harsh punishment of paid leave and no jelly donuts.
 
2014-01-09 07:56:48 AM

vudukungfu: Whoah
They slam his head into a wall, pick him up, throw him down, then pepper spray him?
Yeah.
I can see they will be getting a harsh punishment of paid leave and no jelly donuts.



You can tell how worried they are about that by the way they grin directly into the camera.
 
2014-01-09 08:07:28 AM
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www.baltimorenewsjournal.com
 
2014-01-09 08:10:01 AM
And this is why I don't trust the cops anymore....i'm sure there are good ones out there who do the job and aren't violent sociopaths but....yeah.  still ain't trusting the cops.
 
2014-01-09 08:13:00 AM

Weaver95: And this is why I don't trust the cops anymore....i'm sure there are good ones out there who do the job and aren't violent sociopaths but....yeah.  still ain't trusting the cops.


hgh.bz

Welcome to an armed gang of rage junkies.
 
2014-01-09 08:23:19 AM
I love how they always get put on PAID leave when this shiat happen. Not a one of them will spend a day in jail either.

/fark tha police
 
2014-01-09 08:25:55 AM
That's going to cost the department some money.
 
2014-01-09 08:33:10 AM

sammyk: I love how they always get put on PAID leave when this shiat happen. Not a one of them will spend a day in jail either.

/fark tha police


It's a catch-22, though. If they aren't put on paid administrative leave while under investigation, then every BS abuse report that gets filed - and yes, there are many false abuse claims made against cops - would drive good cops out of the profession. I feel bad cops should be held to account for their abuses, absolutely, but taking away paid administrative leave during these investigations won't solve the problem. Putting the bad cops in jail when they break the law would, though.
 
2014-01-09 08:46:16 AM

MmmmBacon: every BS abuse report that gets filed - and yes, there are many false abuse claims made against cops - would drive good cops out of the profession.


Both of them?
 
2014-01-09 08:46:54 AM

MmmmBacon: sammyk: I love how they always get put on PAID leave when this shiat happen. Not a one of them will spend a day in jail either.

/fark tha police

It's a catch-22, though. If they aren't put on paid administrative leave while under investigation, then every BS abuse report that gets filed - and yes, there are many false abuse claims made against cops - would drive good cops out of the profession. I feel bad cops should be held to account for their abuses, absolutely, but taking away paid administrative leave during these investigations won't solve the problem. Putting the bad cops in jail when they break the law would, though.



Could have a preliminary internal review of the complaint to decide their leave status. If a civilian were accused of a similar offense, he'd get a hearing to determine whether he'd be sitting in jail pending trial.
 
2014-01-09 09:06:11 AM
New Hampshire? Live free or die trying
 
2014-01-09 09:06:29 AM
It's amazing the video didn't "mysteriously" disappear.
 
2014-01-09 09:07:39 AM

Monkeyfark Ridiculous: MmmmBacon: sammyk: I love how they always get put on PAID leave when this shiat happen. Not a one of them will spend a day in jail either.

/fark tha police

It's a catch-22, though. If they aren't put on paid administrative leave while under investigation, then every BS abuse report that gets filed - and yes, there are many false abuse claims made against cops - would drive good cops out of the profession. I feel bad cops should be held to account for their abuses, absolutely, but taking away paid administrative leave during these investigations won't solve the problem. Putting the bad cops in jail when they break the law would, though.


Could have a preliminary internal review of the complaint to decide their leave status. If a civilian were accused of a similar offense, he'd get a hearing to determine whether he'd be sitting in jail pending trial.


Cops are civilians, just saying. They aren't some special pseudo military protected class. Any farking useless pig farker that tells you different can die in a fire, along with all the crooked asshole pro militarization cops.
 
2014-01-09 09:07:43 AM
F the pigs.
 
2014-01-09 09:09:30 AM
I suspect that an extensive administrative review will now occur internally within the police department, to determine why the video was not "lost" and to work to make sure that such oversight does not occur in the future.
 
2014-01-09 09:10:18 AM
I've yet in my life to be in a situation where I felt better that a cop showed up, and I've seen some things
 
2014-01-09 09:10:20 AM

MmmmBacon: sammyk: I love how they always get put on PAID leave when this shiat happen. Not a one of them will spend a day in jail either.

/fark tha police

It's a catch-22, though. If they aren't put on paid administrative leave while under investigation, then every BS abuse report that gets filed - and yes, there are many false abuse claims made against cops - would drive good cops out of the profession. I feel bad cops should be held to account for their abuses, absolutely, but taking away paid administrative leave during these investigations won't solve the problem. Putting the bad cops in jail when they break the law would, though.


I understand your point however no one outside the police community would be treated that well. They would probably sit in jail while prosecutors can trump up the charges to make sure that what ever plea is reached it greater punishment than if the offender simply went to trial.
 
2014-01-09 09:11:34 AM

vudukungfu: They slam his head into a wall, pick him up, throw him down, then pepper spray him?
Yeah.


Then stand there smiling, all proud of themselves, while laughing at him.
Scumbags.
 
2014-01-09 09:11:58 AM
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2014-01-09 09:13:50 AM

MmmmBacon: would drive good cops out of the profession


I think the preponderance of bad cops already does a very good job of keeping possible rats out of their midst.
 
2014-01-09 09:14:32 AM
This happened to a white boy in the pretty liberal state of New Hampshire, imagine what it's like for black kids somewhere like Bloomberg's New York.
 
2014-01-09 09:15:45 AM
www.upl.co

They're heroes!


Cameras everywhere have dis-proven dozens of myths, from Alien encounters, to bigfood, to "people lie about police brutality"
 
2014-01-09 09:16:37 AM
FTFA: Following a special meeting of town officials Wednesday, Chief Lee Bitomske said that Bergeron had requested and received the videos after his 2009 arrest. "Why they're surfacing now, I cannot answer that," Bitomske said.
...
There is no clear indication in court paperwork of how the DWI charge was resolved.

So...what's the statute of limitations on a DWI in New Hampshire?
 
2014-01-09 09:17:17 AM
We don't call them "pigs" for nothing, you know.
 
2014-01-09 09:17:49 AM
neongoats

Cops are civilians, just saying. They aren't some special pseudo military protected class. Any farking useless pig farker that tells you different...
They absolutely are a protected class. They have dozens of protections from prosecution that Joe-6-pack would never have.
 
2014-01-09 09:18:58 AM

ModernPrimitive01: I've yet in my life to be in a situation where I felt better that a cop showed up, and I've seen some things


I totaled my car the othe day. It came to rest in the middle of the highway, at night, on icy roads, and the lights/electrical system were destroyed by the wreck. I would have felt better had a cop showed up right about then as I was waving oncoming traffic down with only the light of my phone.

And wouldn't you know it? Nobody showed up, even after calling 911.

/thankfully a wrecker just happened to come along about 15 minutes later
 
2014-01-09 09:19:23 AM

ReverendJasen: vudukungfu: They slam his head into a wall, pick him up, throw him down, then pepper spray him?
Yeah.

Then stand there smiling, all proud of themselves, while laughing at him.
Scumbags.


And if you were to ask them about it, I'll bet they felt they did nothing wrong.
 
2014-01-09 09:20:33 AM
Bergeron's attorney said video of the incident and police reports "don't square up."

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2014-01-09 09:20:53 AM

bunner: MmmmBacon: every BS abuse report that gets filed - and yes, there are many false abuse claims made against cops - would drive good cops out of the profession.

Both of them?


Ha!

Lord-Fark-Wad: They would probably sit in jail while prosecutors can trump up the charges to make sure that what ever plea is reached it greater punishment than if the offender simply went to trial.


Resisting arrest. Always a favorite if no other crimes were committed.
 
2014-01-09 09:21:09 AM
Also note that the liberal press refuses to post photos of these thugs, their addresses and other personal info. as they would with commoners accused of crimes.
 
2014-01-09 09:21:31 AM

phyrkrakr: FTFA: Following a special meeting of town officials Wednesday, Chief Lee Bitomske said that Bergeron had requested and received the videos after his 2009 arrest. "Why they're surfacing now, I cannot answer that," Bitomske said.
...
There is no clear indication in court paperwork of how the DWI charge was resolved.

So...what's the statute of limitations on a DWI in New Hampshire?


paulpalubicki.files.wordpress.com
 
2014-01-09 09:21:37 AM

cannibalparrot: ModernPrimitive01: I've yet in my life to be in a situation where I felt better that a cop showed up, and I've seen some things

I totaled my car the othe day. It came to rest in the middle of the highway, at night, on icy roads, and the lights/electrical system were destroyed by the wreck. I would have felt better had a cop showed up right about then as I was waving oncoming traffic down with only the light of my phone.

And wouldn't you know it? Nobody showed up, even after calling 911.

/thankfully a wrecker just happened to come along about 15 minutes later


Thanks for admitting that.  They'll be sending you a bill for the damage you caused to the highway, and a summons to appear in court for leaving the scene of the accident.
 
2014-01-09 09:22:20 AM

MmmmBacon: sammyk: I love how they always get put on PAID leave when this shiat happen. Not a one of them will spend a day in jail either.

/fark tha police

It's a catch-22, though. If they aren't put on paid administrative leave while under investigation, then every BS abuse report that gets filed - and yes, there are many false abuse claims made against cops - would drive good cops out of the profession. I feel bad cops should be held to account for their abuses, absolutely, but taking away paid administrative leave during these investigations won't solve the problem. Putting the bad cops in jail when they break the law would, though.


How about making the paid leave refundable to the taxpayers if and when the cop is found guilty of a serious offense? And how about securing that with a lien on their home and/or automobile to make sure that it's paid back when due?
 
2014-01-09 09:22:37 AM

cannibalparrot: ModernPrimitive01: I've yet in my life to be in a situation where I felt better that a cop showed up, and I've seen some things

I totaled my car the othe day. It came to rest in the middle of the highway, at night, on icy roads, and the lights/electrical system were destroyed by the wreck. I would have felt better had a cop showed up right about then as I was waving oncoming traffic down with only the light of my phone.

And wouldn't you know it? Nobody showed up, even after calling 911.

/thankfully a wrecker just happened to come along about 15 minutes later



You are lucky no one showed up. If the cops had you would have got a citation for the wreck. At least in PA you would have.
 
2014-01-09 09:22:40 AM
 

ModernPrimitive01: I've yet in my life to be in a situation where I felt better that a cop showed up, and I've seen some things


I'll counter.  I found a dead man on the side of the road last year.  I hit 911, and within 20 min there were two cops, an ambulance and two off duty paramedics on site.
 
2014-01-09 09:23:08 AM

Weaver95: ReverendJasen: vudukungfu: They slam his head into a wall, pick him up, throw him down, then pepper spray him?
Yeah.

Then stand there smiling, all proud of themselves, while laughing at him.
Scumbags.

And if you were to ask them about it, I'll bet they felt they did nothing wrong.


Well, if you don't want tramatic brain injury and pepper releated asphyxiation, maybe you shouldn't get arrested.
 
2014-01-09 09:23:46 AM
He probably needed a little asss kicking. Punk.
 
2014-01-09 09:24:25 AM

MmmmBacon: It's a catch-22, though. If they aren't put on paid administrative leave while under investigation, then every BS abuse report that gets filed - and yes, there are many false abuse claims made against cops - would drive good cops out of the profession.

***What "good cops?" To some degree they are all bullies, thugs or morons. Even if they aren't beating the crap out of people or murdering unarmed civilians they protect the cops that do. These supposed "good cops" will twist themselves into pretzels to defend, justify and protect the bad ones. Here in Los Angeles, the police chief makes sure to protect the bad ones. And if you are protecting and defending and justifying bad behavior that isn't being a good person.

 
2014-01-09 09:24:37 AM

OnlyM3: neongoats

Cops are civilians, just saying. They aren't some special pseudo military protected class. Any farking useless pig farker that tells you different... They absolutely are a protected class. They have dozens of protections from prosecution that Joe-6-pack would never have.


Yeah you can bet your ass that if either of us slammed a cop into a wall that way we'd get a beating and charged with a felony. No paid leave shiat for those of us not in the gang.

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2014-01-09 09:25:11 AM
Note to the government:

If militarize the domestic police forces, don't be surprised when they treat citizens as the enemy.
 
2014-01-09 09:25:40 AM
He deserved a good beating for wearing his pants like that. The pepper spray might have been a bit much.
 
2014-01-09 09:26:06 AM

Weaver95: And if you were to ask them about it, I'll bet they felt they did nothing wrong.


Of course not!  That kid was the real scumbag, and he deserved every second of his abuse.  All us "civilians" are just criminals anyway, they just need to figure out what our crime is.
 
2014-01-09 09:26:07 AM
The police chief's response to the video:

"Obviously it's a major setback for us."

Jesus Christ.  Way to perfectly summarize what's wrong with police culture in this country.
 
2014-01-09 09:26:10 AM

Deep Contact: He probably needed a little asss kicking. Punk.


"ass kicking" implies he has the ability to fight back, that was more like torture.
 
2014-01-09 09:26:26 AM
I suspect that an extensive administrative review will now occur internally within the police department, to determine why the video was not "lost" and to work to make sure that such oversight does not occur in the future.

This.

/sadly
// My great-great Grandfather fled across the Atlantic to escape the Kaiser's armies in the 1890s. He didn't think his country owed him anything. I don't think I owe my country anything and I'll flee back across the Atlantic to Germany if it comes to that.
 
2014-01-09 09:27:00 AM

vudukungfu: Whoah
They slam his head into a wall, pick him up, throw him down, then pepper spray him?
Yeah.
I can see they will be getting a harsh punishment of paid leave and no jelly donuts.


Look, we all think they need to be punished. But *no* jelly donuts? The 8th amendment applies to police officers at well as regular citizens. Don't you think that's a bit harsh? I could see that if they tased, pepper sprayed and then killed an 18 year old kid because they were too busy to deal with him properly. And that's even iffy on the no donuts. Wouldn't a 2/3rds ration of jelly donuts be a more fair punishment?
 
2014-01-09 09:27:04 AM
How long do you think it will be?
 
2014-01-09 09:28:29 AM
In other news: PUT ON A farkING BELT!

Which cop in charge of losing the video evidence is going to be fired?
 
2014-01-09 09:28:48 AM
News 9 attempted to reach the three officers at home Wednesday. Laurent was the only one to answer the door, and he had no comment.


Yeahhhh.

In their homes.  Good stuff.  Cower in fear, scumbags.  Should have shot video of that.
 
2014-01-09 09:29:46 AM
That police chief looks like an @sshole too.
 
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