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Prosecutors won't charge LAPD officers in march melee. [Updated]

October 30, 2009 | 12:17 pm

The Los Angeles County district attorney's office announced today it would not file criminal charges against any LAPD officers for their actions during the 2007 May Day Melee at MacArthur Park.

Prosecutors said in a statement that after a lengthy review, there was insufficient evidence to prove any officer violated the law when using force, although some might have used "questionable tactics."

They described the incident as "unfortunate and preventable" but said that the office was "closing our file and will take no further action in this matter."

Last year, Police Chief William J. Bratton said he "planned to" discipline 11 officers and called for the termination of four others for their roles in the melee in which police were accused of using excessive force to clear immigration rights demonstrators and journalists.

POOR LEADERS

OH, THOSE POOR OVER PAID LEADERS!!

LAPD officers were videotaped wielding batons and shooting rubber bullets in an attempt to disperse a largely peaceful crowd. A "scathing" internal investigation into the incident blamed poor leadership and overly aggressive tactics by officers in the field.

Earlier this year, the Los Angeles City Council agreed to pay nearly $13 million to people injured or mistreated in the melee.

Under the settlement, the department must submit to court oversight of its crowd-control procedures -- another layer of federal involvement that comes as LAPD leaders are impatient to be free of a longstanding and more onerous monitoring program imposed after the Rampart Division corruption scandal.

EXCESSIVE FORCE

[Updated at 12:32 p.m.: Prosecutors reviewed an extensive LAPD investigation into 30 officers that including 7,500 pages of documents.

Prosecutors said that the series of events led to actions by officers against "... nonviolent protesters and media personnel [including women and children]."

"The media had innocently and unwittingly positioned themselves in an area directly in the path of officers attempting to clear the park," the report noted. However, prosecutors noted, "not every push or shove amounts to excessive force."

"We cannot establish that any particular officer's actions were unreasonable or without lawful necessity in light of the tense, uncertain and rapidly evolving circumstances."

Prosecutors added that identity "is a factor which must be proven beyond reasonable doubt."

The LAPD officers union praised the decisions. Union President Paul Weber said the distict attorney's review "sought only truth and justice, and was not influenced by any political agenda."]

-- Richard Winton and Andrew Blankstein


Once Upon A Time... "Our goal was to protect everyone's First Amendment rights, including yours," ~L.A.P.D. Cmdr. Sandy Jo MacArthur

 

But that was then and this is now.


Chief of police says officers' conduct at May Day rally was indefensible.

"Things were done that shouldn't have been done." Then he quit the force.


Attorney General Alberto Gonzales ordered a further investigation and did not exclude the possibility of future criminal charges, stating to reporters: "There is no excuse for the mistakes that have been made".


Carl Stein, longtime cameraman for Los Angeles television station KCAL, struggling and in pain on the ground after having been beaten by LAPD officers. Anonymous friend of Carl Stein tells BoingBoing, "He spoke to the photo editor at the day of the incident and explained that the photo depicted the cops beating him to the ground.

Interestingly, when the paper went to press, the caption reads that the cops are" helping him to get up."

 

The L.A. Times changes the facts, too.

 

Wanna see more press cover ups of police crimes?


Think cops have a "dangerous job" in America? Think again.


"These communications between the sheriff's senior staff clearly shows the contempt they have for this board as a governing body and the citizens of this county"

Does anyone in America still believe they Protect and Serve? If so, here are some things you are not supposed to know about, that being one of them.


9:21 PM PDT, April 1, 2009

A federal jury Wednesday awarded $2.3 million to a Los Angeles police officer who said she was sexually harassed and gave birth to a stillborn child because of the stress.

Officer Melissa Borck, 45, said she suffered discrimination and abuse while she was at the Los Angeles Police Department's Valley Traffic Division in 1996, and was retaliated against for reporting the harassment to Internal Affairs. The unanimous jury verdict comes a decade after Borck first filed the lawsuit in April, 1999.


"ONLY ONE TRIBUNAL THAT EVER ADOPTED A PRACTICE OF FORCING COUNSEL UPON AN UNWILLING DEFENDANT IN A CRIMINAL PROCEEDING. THE TRIBUNAL WAS THE STAR CHAMBER." U.S. v FARETTA , 422 US 806 (1975)

OUTSIDE IT'S AMERICA.

WHAT WOULD BE THE CAPACITY OF LAW ENFORCEMENT AND OF THE COURTS TO SUPRESS THIS KIND OF SPEECH?" --Judge A. Howard Matz, PRE-TRIAL OF KILLERCOP

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Mayday, Mayday, Mayday In America

Indefensible


The distress call “mayday” comes from the French, who were leading pioneers in flight. In 1911 there were 433 licenced aviators in France, compared to just 171 in Britain and even fewer in the United States. Flying was a risky business, and it wasn’t until parachutes and radios were introduced that the French call “M’aidez,” or “help me,” became Anglicized to the modern international distress call, Mayday!”

Mayday is an emergency code word used internationally as a distress signal in voice procedure radio communications. It derives From the French venez m'aider, meaning 'come to my aid'/"come [to] help me."

 

UPDATE ON THE MAYDAY BEATINGS

$12,000,000.00

WHICH PROVES IT'S STILL CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN!

 

 

Search the Database if you don't believe us.


Watch the video and see the state crush the citizens exercising their rights to assembly and speech, by shooting at them and beating them in 2007. Did we mention we have rewards?

 

FOLLOW-UP 2008: Almost one year later, "prosecutors are still deciding whether to charge 29 officers on 72 allegations, including unnecessary use of force [and assault assault of dozens of people, including women, children and members of the media]."

 

Almost one year has gone by and no charges for assaulting children, gee, that seems like a double standard to us.


Think the above was an isolated incident? Think again.

 

MAY DAY AGAIN IN AMERICA, PART 2

 


 

The police can't shoot at you, or beat on you on the Internet, instead they virtually beat you up by unlawfully raiding your ISP without a warrant, then extort your property without Due Process, with the help of the F.B.I., but only after their threats didn't work. Then they lie to a Federal Judge to cover it up.

We know they love the phone company because they can control them to listen to you and spy on you, before they shut you up.


SERIOUSLY NUTZ


L.A.P.D. fails to follow "pretty clear" law. Again.

The Los Angeles Police Department apologized Monday for an American flag faux pas at the Saturday grand opening of its new department headquarters downtown.

The opening ceremony included demonstrations by SWAT team members who rappelled down the face of the new building, as well as the display of an enormous American flag draped vertically from the roof.

The only trouble was, the flag was draped so that its field of stars was displayed on the viewer's right. Proper flag protocol, as written in Title 4 of the United States Code, requires that the field of stars be displayed on the viewer's left.

While that requirement might be considered an arcane bit of knowledge by most people, dozens of readers of The Times pointed out the mistake when they saw a photograph of the flag in Sunday's paper.

"Please teach the LAPD proper flag etiquete," commented Kathy Sturdevant of Pasadena. "When hung vertically, the stars (aka "union") belong on the upper left. This embarrassment could have been avoided with  a simple google search."

A few readers even asked if the Los Angeles Times had reversed the image.

"Did the Times print the photo backwards or was it really hung incorrectly?" asked Bruce Linsenmayer of Altadena.

The photo however was not flopped, as some suspected, and the LAPD offered an apology when it was informed of the error.

"There was certainly no disrespect intended to our national flag, and we will be more careful the next time we display it on a building," said Lt. John Romero, an LAPD spokesman.

-Ruben Vives

Photo: LAPD SWAT team members rappel down the new 10-story police headquarters during its grand opening ceremony.

Credit: Francine Orr/Los Angeles Times.

 

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THEY ALL IGNORED THEIR OATHS, THE FACTS, THE RULES THE LAW AND THE 5TH AND 6TH AMENDMENTS AND PROCEEDED FORWARD WITH A SELECTIVVE PERSECUTION IN A SECRET HEARING.

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