CNN Highlights Police Brutality Video After Ignoring Attacks on Cops

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Jury Sides With Occupy Wall Street Protester in Police Brutality Lawsuit But He’ll Only Get 1 Cent

Eric Gersbacher claimed an NYPD cop used excessive force while arresting him for failing to move in Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan on Sept. 20, 2011.

Your pain is worth a penny.

That’s the message a jury sent an Occupy Wall Street protester who sued the city, alleging he was a victim of police brutality.

Eric Gersbacher claimed NYPD Deputy Inspector Edward Winski used excessive force while arresting him for failing to move in Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan on Sept. 20, 2011.

In Manhattan Federal Court Monday, a jury found that Gersbacher’s bust was problematic — but he isn’t entitled to any monetary damages — save one cent.

“A federal jury found that the commanding officer of the NYPD’s First Precinct violated the Constitutional rights of a 20-year-old college honor student on the third day of Occupy Wall Street,” said Gersbacher’s lawyer Wylie Stecklow.

Stecklow hailed the result as a victory, saying Winski set a bad example for those under his leadership.

“When he used excessive force, when he violated Constitutional rights, that conduct was seen by those further down,” the attorney said. “It’s the lieutenants, the police officers who then were watching and understanding that was the conduct that was expected of them when policing protest activity….”

The city said that the lack of a money judgement speaks volumes.

“The one penny verdict shows the jury agreed this case had very little merit,” said Pat Miller, head of the Law Department’s Special Federal Litigation Division.

“We’ll continue to vigorously defend officers against such claims and disappoint anyone who thinks they will get an easy payday from the city.”

The NYPD did not comment on the verdict.

Gersbacher was charged with obstruction of governmental administration and resisting arrest. He accepted a dismissal deal from the district attorney’s office.

Source: http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/occupy-wall-street-protester-1-cent-brutality-suit-article-1.3748113

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State Notorious for Killer Cops to Give Police Full Immunity For Brutality Committed on Duty

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Santa Fe, NM — In a move that would be a near death blow to the police accountability movement, New Mexico’s governor, Susana Martinez is pushing legislation through the house that would grant legal immunity to cops for their actions while on duty. Clearly ignoring the fact that New Mexico is notorious for killer cops, the legislation has many supporters.

“I don’t believe that police officers should be under this constant threat of lawsuits that will often cause them to pause,” Martinez recently told the Albuquerque Journal. “If they’re following their training, there should be something that protects them.”

However, their training has been used to justify the outright murder of citizens throughout the state—many of which have been captured on video. And, as TFTP previously reported, New Mexico cops have been caught editing and deleting these videos too.

On March 16, 2014, Albuquerque police officers executed James Boyd for illegal camping. The entire incident was captured on the officer’s body cam which led to the now-retired Officer Keith Sandy and Officer Dominique Perez being charged with the murder of the 38-year-old homeless man suffering schizophrenia in August 2015.

However, because of the already corrupt and broken ‘justice’ system in New Mexico, Perez went from facing second-degree murder charges, to returning to the Albuquerque Police Department with an extra $143,159 in back wages and benefits.

Perez is not alone. Even when grand juries find killer cops unjustified, often times, the DA will simply refuse to prosecute.

On Aug. 8, 2013, officers John DeBaca and Stephen Fonte pulled over 26-year-old Roberto Mendez. Inside the vehicle were four other passengers- including a four-year-old boy. DeBaca and Fonte executed Mendez and then lied claiming he shot at them first. Mendez was unarmed.

All of this evidence came out in an investigation, yet the cops weren’t charged.

Now, the government wants to increase the already horrid problem of police accountability in this state?

James Boyd and Roberto Mendez were just two of many people to be put in an early grave thanks to New Mexico police. In fact, if we compare just the city of Albuquerque to the entire country of England, this deadly problem can be brought into perspective.

From 2010 through 2014, there were four fatal police shootings in England, which has a population of about 52 million. By contrast, Albuquerque, N.M., with a population 1 percent the size of England’s, had 26 fatal police shootings during that same period.

The problem of cops killing citizens in New Mexico became such an epidemic in 2014 that the Department of Justice actually had to step in.

The Justice Department investigation found:

APD officers too frequently use deadly force against people who pose a minimal threat and in situations where the conduct of the officers heightens the danger and contributes to the need to use force;

APD officers use less lethal force, including electronic controlled weapons, on people who are passively resisting, non-threatening, observably unable to comply with orders or pose only a minimal threat to the officers; and

Encounters between APD officers and persons with mental illness and in crisis too frequently result in a use of force or a higher level of force than necessary.

The DOJ also cited “systemic deficiencies” which contribute to these patterns which include deficient policies, failed accountability, inadequate training and supervision, ineffective systems of investigation and adjudication, the absence of a culture of community policing and a lack of sufficient civilian oversight.

Illustrating how corrupt and inept the system of holding police accountable in New Mexico actually is, three of the members of the Police Oversight Commission quit, publicly declaring the futile nature of their office.

“The city attorney’s office addressed the POC on April 10, 2014, and stated that we have no power to decide against the APD Chief or against the independent review officer’s findings regarding citizens’ complaints,” reads the resignation letter. “I cannot continue to pretend or deceive the members of our community into believing that our city has any real civilian oversight.”

So the governor’s solution to the brutal nature of cops in her state—and the utter failure they’ve been at stopping it—is to grant them all immunity? Seems legit.

If cops shooting citizens doesn’t make you outraged enough, police in New Mexico also shoot their own cops.

As we previously reported, Officer Jacob Grant was critically wounded after being shot approximately eight times by Lieutenant Greg Brachle during an undercover drug bust.

According to Grant’s tort claim filed after the shooting, there are multiple reasons Brachle should not have fired the shots into the vehicle. Grant points out in the notice that Brachle knew him well, knew what clothes he was wearing, and even knew exactly where he would be sitting in the car. The court document states that there was no threat, and “rather than cease fire, Lt. Brachle instead re-positioned himself…and continued to fire,” shooting until his gun was empty.

Sadly, only the taxpayers were held accountable and Brachle remains a cop and was never held liable.

Luckily, there are still a few people who think this legislation is a bad idea and are speaking out against it.

“Standing up for officers who are using excessive force and violating the Constitution is exactly the wrong way to move,” said Steven Robert Allen, the public policy director for the American Civil Liberties Union in New Mexico. “I don’t know what problem the governor thinks she’s addressing, but she seems to be going in the wrong direction.”

We agree.

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Department Finds Powerful Way to Thwart Police Brutality by Teaching Cops Yoga

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Aside from the overwhelming physical benefits of yoga, like increased flexibility, muscle strength, and protection from injury, the mental benefits are many. Yoga has been shown in numerous studies to help in the reduction of stress, anxiety, and depression, while at the same time improving blood pressure. Although, the list of mental and physical benefits, while immense, is lacking any mention of reduction in police brutality. However, thanks to a forward-thinking department in San Leandro, California, that could soon change.

Late last year, Beth Zygielbaum, a San Leandro resident, and yoga instructor called the San Leandro Police Department after becoming fed up with news reports of racial disparity and brutality among American police.

“I was just calling to find out what the heck was going on. I was calling as a concerned citizen,” she explained to ABC 7.

Instead of ignoring her call and writing her off as ‘anti-cop’, Chief Jeff Tudor actually called her back. During their conversation, Zygielbaum offered to help the department in the best way that she knew how. Being a certified yoga instructor, she offered to teach yoga to the officers and staff at the department—for free.

Zygielbaum’s classes are already starting to have their effect.

“Do you buy into the idea of mindfulness,” ABC 7 News Reporter Katie Utehs asked Officer Alex Hidas who had just taken the class.

“Absolutely,” Hidas responded. “I’ve experienced several times where I’m out there and I can feel my body, I can feel under stress, the adrenaline pumping, and your fine motor skills kind of go out the window and what brings you back is being able to control your breathing.”

The idea of curbing police brutality with yoga through seeking mindfulness may seem like a stretch to some. However, the benefits of simply being mindful are so compelling that UC Berkeley has launched a study to measure the results specifically on police officers.

“Anecdotally at least the effects seem to be positive,” said Professor Jack Glaser a social psychologist and Associate Dean of Public Policy at UC Berkeley who launched the study over the fall.

“It appears to have a lot of benefits that could be relevant to policing both in terms of the performance of their job and in terms of emotional welfare that they experience,” said Glaser.

According to ABC 7, this study will look at mindfulness as a deterrent to racial profiling. Simply put, participants will be shown pictures depicting police scenarios and potential suspects. One group will be lead through a mindfulness meditation before doing the exercise. The other group will just look at the pictures.

“All of the things that lead-up to that split second decision are where the opportunities lie for avoiding that happening at all and mindfulness, I think, has great potential for just that sort of thing,” Glaser said.

According to Glaser, the study will take two years to complete. However, Chief Tudor decided that he won’t wait that long to reap the benefits of his officers achieving mindfulness. The chief has begun building a wellness program inside the department with the aim of improving officer health—both mentally and physically. The program will include a gym, as well as nutrition and sleep course, and—most importantly—yoga to teach the officers how to be mindful.

“With that health becomes a more patient officer and that’s what our communities expect and deserve,” explained Chief Tudor. “If I can in any way impact them by providing them with some tools or some knowledge that can better their lives that’s the ultimate goal,” he said.

As the number of citizens killed by police continues in its epidemic levels, clearly American cops are in need of intervention. What better way to combat obstinate violent tendencies than with mindfulness and peace.

We agree with officer Hidas when he says, “I can’t imagine going forward that every department wouldn’t have something similar to this.” Hopefully so, officer. Hopefully so.

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The Top 5 Most Disturbing Police Brutality Videos From 2017

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Like many years before, 2017 proved to be a deadly and dangerous year for those who found themselves on the other side of the badge. During 2017, 1,188 people lost their lives to the judges, juries, and executioners known as the American police. Everyone from children to the elderly were killed by police this year as most Americans watched football and looked the other way. Police brutality has become so prominent that it is now recorded on video—repeatedly—for the world to see.

To show just how dangerously insane some of these ‘peace officers’ are, TFTP has compiled a short list of some of the worst police brutality videos of 2017.

1. ‘Brave’ Cop Protects Society By Smashing Tiny Woman’s Face in the Ground

Bystanders at Barstool Sports Bar near Colorado State University were treated to a front-row seat at what could easily be described as a World Wrestling Federation (WWF) takedown of a fragile woman by what could be characterized as a bully cop. But, of course, police see the altercation differently.

When the video begins, a woman can be seen arguing with a Ft. Collins police officer. But when one looks closely, the officer can be seen positioning his hands on the woman in such a way as to be able to effect a near perfect body slam. And flawless it was. The seemingly fragile woman who was dressed in a party dress and high heels was, as some have said, brutally smashed on the ground.

No charges for the cop.

Seems excessive @barstoolcsu

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2. Cop Smashes Drunk Man’s Head into the Ground for No Reason, Knocking Him Out

A disturbing video was uploaded to Facebook in August by a West Virginia law firm showing their client get brutally taken down by a Huntington, WV cop. The hard to watch video is the perfect example of excessive force and has led quite the outrage online.

In the video, a man is being arrested for public intoxication. This man’s only ‘crime’ was being drunk while walking, yet this officer chose to escalate force to near-deadly proportions.

3. Tyrant Cop Knocks Handcuffed Woman Unconscious for No Reason & Lies About It

Last July, Tiffany McNeil would walk into the Branch County Jail in handcuffs only to leave in a stretcher moments later after being brutally assaulted by a police officer and knocked unconscious.

What happened while McNeil, 31, was being processed into jail that fateful day is now the subject of a federal lawsuit alleging that police used excessive force and then lied about what happened. The incident—in which a half dozen cops stood by and watched their brother in blue smash a handcuffed woman’s face into the pavement—was also captured on video.

4. Cops Put Teen in a Restraint Chair, Torture Him with a Taser

A horrifying video was released earlier this year as part of a lawsuit on behalf of an 18-year-old man who was tasered over and over again while strapped in a restraining chair. The video looks like something out of a horror movie.

The nightmare for Jordan Norris began last year, in November, when a SWAT team raided his home because he was allegedly selling drugs. Selling willing people a substance they want to voluntarily ingest, however, in no way justified the treatment Norris would receive.

After Norris was arrested, police dragged him out of his cell and strapped him in a restraint chair.

In the extremely disturbing video, Cheatham County Sheriff’s Deputies are seen holding Norris down with a gag while another deputy sadistically and repeatedly deploys the taser, over and over and over.

5. Daniel Shaver Murders an Innocent Unarmed Dad Who was Begging for His Life

In March of 2016, Mesa Police Officer Philip Brailsford was charged with second-degree murder for gunning down Daniel Shaver, an innocent husband, and father of two. The shooting was captured on body cam footage, part of which was released the following May. Earlier this month, however, a jury, apparently blinded by the badge delivered a verdict of not guilty and the rest of the body camera footage was released—showing a cold-blooded murder.

Jurors deliberated less than six hours and despite the horrifying body camera showing Brailsford execute Shaver, they somehow returned a not guilty verdict. This is a travesty of justice and a testament to the system that protects killers who wear badges.

As we watch the videos above, a disturbing pattern is exposed. Police in the land of the free kill more people in a single year than most Western countries have killed in decades. Although the videos above are disturbing, they serve to highlight the extreme need for change among American cops.

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BLM Leader To Sue NYPD For Police Brutality During Peaceful Protest, Says Cops ‘Almost Killed’ Him


A Black Lives Matter leader from the Bronx, N.Y. says he plans to sue the city because NYPD cops violently slammed him to the ground when arresting him at a peaceful protest in February.

Many officers truly hate the black lives matter protesters, and especially the leaders, because one of the things they are using their first amendment rights to protest is police brutality. Police prefer to remain unaccountable for their brutality and other crimes, including killings.

Walter (Hawk) Newsome, 40, president of the Black Lives Matter chapter of Greater New York, was protesting the Trump administration’s immigration ban in Washington Square Park in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village on Feb. 11, when he was handcuffed and “almost killed,” reported The New York Daily News.

“I am bringing this lawsuit to demonstrate, when one is wronged in our society — even by police — that we have the right to damages for what happened to us,” Newsome said.

Newsome was looking at up to a year in the notorious New York City jail Rikers Island on charges of resisting arrest, obstructing governmental administration and disorderly conduct. However, the charges were dropped against him when he showed up for court in September.

“I could’ve been killed as a result of the reckless way that they slammed me on ice and concrete,” said Newsome. “Thank God that I’m not a hashtag and that people are not marching in remembrance of me.”

Newsome’s attorney, Sanford Rubenstein, said the lawsuit is about the right to exercise one’s First Amendment rights to freedom of speech without harassment or physical repercussion.

“[They] should not be subjected to serious physical injuries at the hands of the police simply because they are exercising that right,” said Rubenstein.

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WATCH: Two Killeen Police Officers Face Brutality Suit Over ‘Body Slam’ of KISD Student


The family of a former Gateway High School student filed a federal brutality suit Tuesday after a Killeen officer allegedly body slammed the teen outside of a Killeen school district bus in April 2016.

A complaint filed in the U.S. Western District Court in Waco on Tuesday said Killeen police officers Travis Lundt and Stephen Frucella violated the constitutional rights of a then-15-year-old student during an arrest at approximately 2:55 p.m. April 21, 2016, after an altercation in the back of the bus.

In a video filmed above the driver’s seat of the bus, officers pulled the teen out of the front door after the student appears to lunge toward another student in the back of the bus. During a brief altercation, Frucella wrapped his arms around the back of the student and appears to pick him up off his feet and take him to the ground.

“A body slam is never an approved use of force,” the lawsuit said. “It is not a recognized ‘takedown’ maneuver under any training provided to Officers Lundt and Frucella.”

Prior to Frucella’s action, the teen appeared to touch Lundt in the chest and raise a pointed finger toward his face.

In an incident report filed by Frucella, the officer said he “placed (the teen) on the ground” after the student appeared to swing his right arm at Lundt.

A medical report provided to the Herald said the teen had two abrasions on his body and a split lip following the incident.

The city of Killeen is also named as a defendant in the suit for its alleged inadequate hiring and training policies for officers.

Rob Ranco, a lawyer with the Komie & Morrow Law Firm in Austin, sent a letter to Killeen City Manager Ron Olson and police Chief Charles “Chuck” Kimble Oct. 19 asking for possible mediation between the city and the teen’s family.

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Busted Denver Cop Ryan Burke’s Priors Include Bone-Breaking Brutality Case

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Denver police officer Ryan Burke was arrested last month after allegedly harassing his former girlfriend so persistently at an area hotel that representatives from the business called his fellow cops on him. But this is hardly the first time he’s been in trouble with either his employer or local officials. He’s been suspended twice during the past four years by the Denver Police Department, and the Denver City Council paid thousands to settle an excessive-force lawsuit that named him. The latter was used to help establish a pattern and practice of law-enforcement brutality by attorneys for the family of Marvin Booker, whose death in Denver jail resulted in a $6 million settlement — and the Booker case was recently sent to a grand jury because of new information about a potential coverup.

Burke became a member of the DPD in 1999, and he’s reportedly received the department’s Medal of Valor and other commendations during his time with the force. Yet he also was disciplined on multiple occasions prior to separate unpaid suspensions for incidents in 2013 and 2016.

The 2013 case is described in Burke’s unsuccessful appeal of his punishment, accessible below. The document says that Faithon Lucas, clad in a hoodie, showed up at DPD headquarters, at 1331 Cherokee Street, for a meeting with a detective — but he wanted to wait in the lobby rather than going through security, supposedly because he thought he might have medical marijuana on his person. Burke, who was working at the building’s entrance, subsequently ordered Lucas to empty his pockets and go through security protocols anyhow, and when he balked, the officer forcibly placed him under arrest, causing him to whack his chin on bulletproof glass in the process. He also forced Lucas to his knees, wrapped his arm around his neck and told him to “either comply or else he would pass out in twelve seconds,” the report states.

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Weehawken Settles Elderly Woman’s Police Brutality Suit For $75K


The Township of Weehawken settled an elderly woman’s police brutality lawsuit for $75,000 back in August, where the accused officer is contributing $5,000 out of his pocket.

In a 13-count federal lawsuit filed on January 20th, 2016, Weehawken resident Maria Tullo, 65 at the time, alleges that Police Officer Robert Jacobson infringed on her property and called her a “b****,” a “guinea c***,” and other vulgar names.

The incident, which allegedly occurred on April 25th, 2014 around 8 a.m., escalated to the point where Tullo was repeatedly struck, beaten and choked, before a neighbor called the police, the lawsuit says.

Police Sgt. Conrad Hablitz, Office Randy Hablitz, Officer Christopher Majewski and Officer Edward Vion then arrived at the scene around 8:15 a.m., who are then accused of detaining Tullo without probably cause.

“As a result of this incident, Plaintiff Maria Tullo sustained serious and permanent injuries as well as psychological and emotional trauma, fear and humiliation,” the suit says.

“She has suffered permanent damages due to the discriminatory acts and unlawful conduct of the Defendants mentioned herein.”

Through the suit, Tullo also alleged that she tried to file complaints against Jacobson with Weehawken police on at least four separate occasions, but city and police officials turned her away.

Furthermore, Tullo claimed that Jacobson had previously been indicted on assault charges in February 2000.

As a result of the alleged situation, Tullo said her civil rights were violated, and that she was a victim of assault and battery/excessive force, conspiracy, malicious prosecution, negligence, negligent supervision and a respondeat superior.

The settlement, in which none of the defendants admit any wrongdoing and also carries a confidentiality clause, says that Tullo will received $70,000 from the township’s insurance carrier and $5,000 to be paid for by Jacobson personally.

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