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Thought cops raid and extort Killercop.com


[Article 1]

The owners of KillerCop.com, which suggested rewards for people who kill police officers in creative ways, were eventually convinced to take the site down before any potential charges were pressed." SALON | Feb. 26, 1999


[Article 2]

The only intervention to date was with the creators of KillerCop.com, which offered a reward for the most creative way to kill a policeman. It soon disappeared after the LAPD began to talk about charges to incite murder."


[Article 3]

"One part of the life that has not been seen much online is the crime. Zeglin recalls one Web site, www.killercop.com, that offered rewards for murdering Los Angeles police officers a few years ago. But since the LAPD had that site removed, Zeglin has not seen street gangs doing anything illegal online."


[Article 4]

"Un seul site a provoqué une enquête de la LAPD: killercop.com, offrant des récompenses aux visiteurs prêts à tuer des policiers de Los Angeles."


[Article 5]

In court papers filed August 11, League general counsel Enrique Hernandez cites a Web site called "Killercop," which reportedly advocated violence against LAPD officers, offering a "$1,000.05 reward to the first person who kills a cop making an illegal arrest . . . and $2,000.10 if it's an LAPD cop." The Web site was shut down after complaints were lodged by the department, but it re-emerges occasionally. September 4 - 10, 1998


[Article 6]

www.killercop.com - now inoperable - offered a cash reward with no questions asked for the death ... of two LAPD officers.


[Article 7]

killercop.com owned by a "Gang affiliated person."It's a "Gang affiliated web site."

CH. 4, NBC NEWS, LOS ANGELES, at 5 and 11 O'Clock Evening News, Aug 30, 2001


READ OUR EMAIL RECEIVED JUST BEFORE THE RAID IN 1998


OUR VISITOR COUNT, JUST BEFORE THE RAID IN 1998. AND BY OUR I MEAN ME AND THE GOBLIN. NOW I'M LOOKING FOR A BODY COUNT.


Just How Dangerous Is Police Work?

 

"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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EPIC CORRUPTION EXPOSED IN THE SECRET TRIAL OF KILLERCOP.com.

ANOTHER PERSONPERSON OF ANOTHER

Look, you know you have to look, there!! ABOVE!! It's "a person, on the left," and "the person of another," on the right.

Do you understand?

NO?

ARE YOU STILL BAFFFLED?

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Ze Secret Police Might Hear Us. Und do Ville Be Taken Avay, Und Zee Judge Will Have You Tortured By Zee Secret Corporate Police! Then you will get the unlawful and illegal sentence. Ze judge vill claim he didn't know und vas only following ze orders!


Secret Police Of America

 

Newly confidential disciplinary hearings protect controversial LAPD matters from public scrutiny

By David Davin

 

The story of LAPD officer Steven Garcia, who pumped 10 bullets into an unarmed 13-year-old Devin Brown as the youth backed a car toward him in 2005, already had many Angelenos enraged. And that was before he was cleared of any criminal charges. Then the January 8 internal police disciplinary hearing into his case was held in secret - reflecting a huge shift in departmental policy - and Garcia was never punished, despite a finding that the shootings were "out of policy." Since then, some of L.A.'s best-known community leaders and activists have joined the media storm surrounding the issue, mostly condemning the sudden policy shift that allows the LAPD's Board of Rights to conduct disciplinary meetings behind closed doors.

 

The Los Angeles Police Protective League, the police officers union, has vowed to fight any attempt to make the hearings public again. But it was City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo who single-handedly allowed for the change by recently declaring that the formerly public meetings could be held in private. In an L.A. Times op-ed on January 22, Protective League counsel Gary Ingemunson, who co-represented Garcia at the Board of Rights hearing, argued that public hearings undermine an officer's right to privacy. Ingemunson also said that to call the hearings "secret" was not accurate. "Confidentiality isn't the same as secrecy.

Delgadillo's interpretation has come under particular scrutiny because of the LAPD's sometimes troubled history with the African-American community.

 

On the same day, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa added, "We need open hearings. The people of this city have a right to know how police officer discipline is conducted, and the officers have a right to make the case to the public," but he also offered no suggestions as to how this would be done. "You can't separate politics from this [situation]," Hutchinson said. "We're talking about Devin Brown, a kid. Many African-American leaders, including John Mack of the Police Commision, were upset. [Bratton and Villaraigosa] read the political tea leaves," when crafting their responses. Chemerinsky also noted that there is another, more direct route to change: "The police commission does not have to follow the advice of the city attorney. They should take it into strong consideration, but they do not have to."

 

Senator Romero refuses to wait. "They're lawyers, I'm the lawmaker," she said. "Irrespective of how [the law] is being interpreted, the fact remains that we need transparent policing.

 

I'm only interested in returning us to where we were."

A WISE GUY

WHERE WE WERE SOUNDS BAD.

ALEX KOZINSKI COMMITS AND COVERED UP CRIMES

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.

A COVER UP BY JUDGE ALEX KOZINSKI

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