Florida man attacked by police, calls 911 for help.

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posted on Oct, 9 2013 @ 11:44 AM
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Source.


According to court papers uncovered by First Coast News at the federal courthouse, Wingate was walking down the road in December when a JSO Police Officer stopped him and asked to talk.

When he told the officer he was running late for an appointment, the officer cited him for walking on the wrong side of the road.

According to court papers the officer then hit Wingate in the face and engaged his Taser. That's when Wingate called 9-1-1.

Before the defense could even present its case, the judge had heard enough and dismissed all charges.

There are WAY TOO MANY COPS. In the absence of any real crime, they have begun to terrorize the average American. Dont know what its going to take for townships, municipalities and counties to get rid of these jack booted thugs.

Should find out who this judge is and send him a thank you note.

However, the prosecutor should be fired and the cop should be arrested.

There are so many ways to title this article:

"Man attacked by police for no reason".

"Man attacked by police for walking".

"Man attacked by police for breathing".

Now its your turn!
edit on 9-10-2013 by gladtobehere because: wording




posted on Oct, 9 2013 @ 11:57 AM
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Man escapes being machine-gunned after his two little dogs get outside and neighbors call cops.

Oh wait that was me!



posted on Oct, 9 2013 @ 11:59 AM
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Another guy who got beat up in high school and is now going to "settle the score". If it is any consolation these same types at the federal level are far more acidic, they just have better weapons (less witnesses) and their Dad either KNOWs a politician or is One. (This is where the Richies that tore wings off of flies go, because their Dad won't let them join the military, heck there might be a war or 3 (My Legacy)

Then the victim gets a ¢a$h settlement never to be bothered again (He'll move far away out of the county) then Johnny BadgeHeavy will have to take some kind of remedial training No way he'll make Sergeant w/that crappy rap on His sheet.

Now imagine a 'semi brain donor' getting tuned up by Johnny Law? he gets railroaded. The $$$ making prisons are full of them.



posted on Oct, 9 2013 @ 12:25 PM
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The victim was a black man so what do you expect?



posted on Oct, 9 2013 @ 01:55 PM
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The victim was a black man so what do you expect?


Cut the racist crap. It is happening to everyone even a MAYOR. That is the point you should be seeing.
Militarized police overreach: “Oh, God, I thought they were going to shoot me next”


...Although the botched raid of my home and killing of our dogs, Payton and Chase, have received considerable attention in the media, it is important to underscore that this bill is about much more than an isolated, high-profile mistake. It is about a growing and troubling trend where law enforcement agencies are using SWAT teams to perform ordinary police work. Prince George’s County police acknowledges deploying SWAT teams between 400 and 700 a year— that’s twice a day—and other counties in the state have said that they also deploy their special tactical units hundreds of times a year....

...The bill he proposed was modest. It required every police agency in Maryland with a SWAT team to issue a quarterly report—later amended to twice yearly—on how many times the team was deployed, for what purpose, and whether any shots were fired during the raid. It was a simple transparency bill....

...it was the only bill of its kind in the country. And it was opposed by every police organization in the state. One Maryland lawmaker attempted to amend the bill to prohibit the use of SWAT teams in cases involving known misdemeanors, a seemingly reasonable restriction. That measure was rejected after more lobbying from police groups.


The results of the new law?


...the following spring, the Maryland Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention released the first batch of statistics. They were predictably unsettling. For the last half of 2009, SWAT teams were deployed 804 times in the state of Maryland, or about 4.5 times a day. In Prince George’s County alone, which has about 850,000 residents, a SWAT team was deployed about once a day. According to an analysis by the Baltimore Sun, 94 percent of the state’s SWAT deployments were to serve search or arrest warrants, leaving just 6 percent that were raids involving barricades, bank robberies, hostage takings, and other emergency situations. Half of Prince George’s County’s SWAT deployments were for what were called “misdemeanors and nonserious felonies.” More than one hundred times over a six-month period, Prince George’s County sent police barreling into private homes for nonserious, nonviolent crimes. Calvo pointed out that the first set of figures confirm what he and others concerned about these tactics have suspected: SWAT teams are being deployed too often as the default way to serve search warrants, not as a last resort.....



posted on Oct, 9 2013 @ 02:10 PM
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Lookie lookie... www.sun-sentinel.com...

|'m just calling a spade a shovel...



posted on Oct, 9 2013 @ 02:14 PM
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Clearly! black men are dangerous due to genetics granting them superior physical prowess, more police officer use defending against this mutant is justified!


*8arcazam butnz!*



posted on Oct, 9 2013 @ 02:23 PM
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LewisStulePhD

Then the victim gets a ¢a$h settlement never to be bothered again (He'll move far away out of the county) then Johnny BadgeHeavy will have to take some kind of remedial training No way he'll make Sergeant w/that crappy rap on His sheet.





You're right, this fubar cop won't make sergent.

He'll make chief ..... and they will ship his worthless a$$ to some real police department where he will promptly infect his new command with quotas and bizarre policies.

Hmmm .... sounds a lot like a recent city in Alabama ......



posted on Oct, 9 2013 @ 02:33 PM
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juspassinthru


You're right, this fubar cop won't make sergent.

He'll make chief ..... and they will ship his worthless a$$ to some real police department where he will promptly infect his new command with quotas and bizarre policies.

Hmmm .... sounds a lot like a recent city in Alabama ......




You speaking about Prichard? Yep that's a real sham...



posted on Oct, 9 2013 @ 07:26 PM
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gladtobehere
However, the prosecutor should be fired and the cop should be arrested.

There are so many ways to title this article:

But this will continue because, when cops kill people without cause they're NOT arrested. They're "put on -paid- leave" and sometimes dismissed, and persecutors have NO vulnerability in these matters. They can argue whatever they want to -WIN- which makes their careers and they then go on to be judges, mayors. And police have No fear of doing wrong, they know how protected they are.

You see how it goes? Without excising the cancer FULLY and dramatically, this will go on and on.



posted on Oct, 9 2013 @ 07:33 PM
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Crowd Mentality is one of the most Dangerous Elements on Earth!!

The smoke filled room study
www.youtube.com/watch?v=KE5YwN4NW5o
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Get a bunch of people together, no matter who they are, stuff like this happens.

This happened to people on 911 in the skyscrapers. Their gut told them to go, but some of the crowd stayed and assured it will be ok for the rest..

Take it a step further in these experiments..

More experiments:
Psychology: Electric Shock Experiment (Milgram Experiment) HD
www.youtube.com/watch?v=4b7YFtiE5EA
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Feature Film - The Stanford Prison Experiment (Documentary)
www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_LKzEqlPto
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quiet rage
www.youtube.com/watch?v=rKnU3ARSgWI
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edit on 9-10-2013 by AbleEndangered because: additional experiments



posted on Oct, 9 2013 @ 10:14 PM
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–Mahatma Gandhi
In matter of conscience, the law of [the] majority has no place.



posted on Oct, 10 2013 @ 10:42 AM
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Sorry I should have used a sarcasm icon.




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