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posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 12:23 PM
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Another city, another police department, another allegation of a coverup, how long do we maintain the illusion?


A police officer is accused of beating his teenage daughter, force feeding her hot sauce, beating her with ropes and tying her hands with plastic zip ties and handcuffs, it emerged today.
Jeremy Yachik, 35, from Loveland, Colorado, was arrested on Wednesday morning and charged with four counts of child abuse and one count of false imprisonment.
His ex-fiancee Ashley Saint-Roberts sent an email to officers and news agencies accusing Yachik of child abuse and of beating her, which included an embedded video depicting a 'recording of a child being choked, punched and kicked by an adult male'.
Saint-Roberts said she began going public with the video after she sent it to Yachik's boss, Chief Johnson, and he did not respond to her.
However, Saint-Roberts said Yachik did call her and said: 'Nice try…trying to get me fired…it's not going to work', according to the affidavit.
The tape, obtained by KDVR, shows a darkened figure of a man standing over teen who is on the floor crying. The man can be heard asking the girl: 'You had what?'
She replies 'carrots', and the man appears to hit the girl before saying 'exactly', and kicking her.


Read more: www.dailymail.co.uk...


At what point do we as a society accept that we have a systematic issue with those who have sworn to protect and serve? It truly appears that all too often the only ones they care about truly protecting are each other, not the public! Do you actually want someone who is willing to beat his child, having a right to execute you?




posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 12:26 PM
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Sounds less like a police conspiracy and more like a sick and depraved parent abusing his child. Sadly though, this type of mental aptitude is all too prevalent in today's police force.

If this guy could do this to his daughter, imagine what he could do to somebody asserting their rights.



posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 12:29 PM
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Lots of US combat veterans being discharged for conduct too.

link to ATS story

Police and/or private security is hiring.



posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 12:35 PM
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Angry, abusive people are that way inside all the time. In the case of a parent who seeks to hide behind closed doors (he would never behave that way on the front lawn), or an officer of the law who hides behind a badge.

How did that child get those bruises?

She fell.

How did that supsect get those bruises?

He fell.



posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 12:44 PM
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Helious
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Sounds less like a police conspiracy and more like a sick and depraved parent abusing his child.


We are told the chief of police was informed, and chose to do nothing more than inform his officer, and that the town chose to remove the police chief and officer. That another department found evidence of child abuse in the officers home. In my book that is at least two people, and two is a group... A group acting to do something illegal or harmful is a conspiracy. Most adults recognize that child abuse is harmful.



posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 01:10 PM
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Take it to the city council meetings. These people tell the law how to do their jobs or send looking for another 1. They just need an attention getter to know whats going on. That 13yo cali boy with the fake rifle that was gunned down by the law is the perfect example of what's wrong here!



posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 01:12 PM
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In a perfect world, the chief would have done something about it. Alas, the world we live in is far from perfect and for every good cop there are 10 who are corrupt, violent, dishonest and even evil.

Sadly, these days it is almost more effective to just upload an incriminating video on youtube than it is to send into the local police station, especially if it involves officers at that station.

My advice to anyone in the same situation is first alert the FBI, internal affairs and the media before you ever think about going to the local police, often time when it involves their own officers, you are putting yourself at risk.



posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 02:27 PM
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Another example,


A 39-year-old police officer accused of forcing a woman to strip before pleasuring himself and throwing money at her has been indicted more than a year after the case was dismissed by a state court.
Former Philadelphia police officer Joseph Harvey has been charged with depriving the 21-year-old woman, high on heroin and about to have sex with a friend, of her civil rights during a drug raid in 2009.
Federal prosecutors have also charged serving police officer Sean Cahill, 34, with falsely claiming he was with Harvey and that Harvey was never alone with the victim when the alleged sexual assault occurred.


Read more: www.dailymail.co.uk...



posted on Oct, 26 2013 @ 07:37 AM
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Maybe if someone did their due diligence they would have noticed this -

Berthoud police officer at center of domestic violence scandal arrested


BERTHOUD, Colo. — A Berthoud Police officer who was suspended after his ex-girlfriend claims she sent a video of him striking a child to law enforcement has been arrested.

In a four page affidavit, the Larimer County District Attorney says the man in the video is Officer Jeremy Yachik and they’ve charged him with four counts of child abuse and one count of false imprisonment.

Jeremy Yachik, 35, was arrested at his home in Loveland Wednesday.

The accuser’s video tape was first seen on Colorado’s Own Channel 2 earlier this month.

On September 24, Loveland Police received an email outlining child abuse allegations that Yachik had physically abused a juvenile over the last several months.

Loveland Police conducted an investigation and were granted an arrest warrant for Yachik on Tuesday. He was taken to the Loveland Police Department where he posted bond and was later released.

A woman who says the officer is her ex-boyfriend sent the video to law enforcement officials and claims they did nothing. As a result, the police chief in Berthoud was also on leave.

In addition to the alleged criminal acts seen in the video, the affidavit for Yachik’s arrest describes alleged past crimes.

It states, “[the victim] reports having her hands bound to her back with plastic zip ties and being secluded in the laundry room of the home.” It also refers to the victim being “forced to eat ghost pepper sauce,” and “slammed [the victim’s head into the wall].”

The affidavit says police interviewed Jeremy Yachik and they wrote, “Jeremy admits he’s the one depicted in the video and admitted to the acts disclosed by the victim.”

It also details more trouble for the Berthoud police department. The question is whether the chief ignored the video when he received it in April.

The affidavit states, “In Chief Johnson’s office, evidence was collected that corroborated [the victim's] account of attempting to report this incident to [the Chief].”

Court documents in a separate case detailed more information about the accuser and the officer who is suspended. The paperwork is about a domestic violence incident that happened in March.

People in Berthoud who defend the officer say it’s that incident that led to the release of the video tape.


Click link for remainder of article...


Also notice the agency the suspect works / worked for and the agency who had jurisdiction.
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posted on Oct, 26 2013 @ 12:23 PM
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Xcathdra
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Maybe if someone did their due diligence they would have noticed this -



Perhaps if you took the time to actually read what I posted, rather than assume, your point would be valid! Of course you like holding others to levels you are apparently unwilling to do yourself.



posted on Oct, 26 2013 @ 01:56 PM
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A Dallas police officer involved in the shooting of a mentally ill man, that was caught on camera, has been fired.
Surveillance video shows Cardan Spencer was 20 feet away from paranoid schizophrenic Bobby Bennet when he shot him in the stomach.
The police officer and his partner had maintained their story: that they were forced to shoot after the man threatened their safety by lunging at the pair with a knife.
Officer Spencer has now been fired pending a criminal investigation after a neighbor released surveillance video capturing the incident that showed nothing documented in the police report actually happened.

Mr Bennett never raised his arms nor moved forward to approach the officers, yet just 20 seconds after the officers arrived he was shot in the abdomen four times.
Bennett was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon on a public servant, but Police Chief David Brown announced that the charges would be dropped.
Mr Bennett's mother, Joyce Jackson, said in an interview that her 52-year-old son has been diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, and that he was off his medication at the time of the shooting.


Read more: www.dailymail.co.uk...

Once again we have a cop lying to protect himself, and another officer guilty of lying to support his partner!
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posted on Oct, 28 2013 @ 07:32 AM
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Dav1d
Once again we have a cop lying to protect himself, and another officer guilty of lying to support his partner!
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And they have been fired pending criminal charges...

No cover up by the agency...

Just like in your op... Where I pointed out the differences in agencies...



posted on Oct, 28 2013 @ 04:37 PM
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Xcathdra

Dav1d
Once again we have a cop lying to protect himself, and another officer guilty of lying to support his partner!
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And they have been fired pending criminal charges...

No cover up by the agency...

Just like in your op... Where I pointed out the differences in agencies...


You're biased attitude is beginning to show be careful! You have one cop lying to protect his partner, that is a coverup. Two Law Enforcement Officers choosing to frabacate. You claim it's not an issue because they were caught. But there are far too many just like them that have yet to be caught. They are symptoms of a much bigger problem/issue. We can no longer trust our Law Enforcement Officers. Too many are corrupt.

Too many believe the laws don't apply to them, their friends and families.



posted on Oct, 28 2013 @ 05:15 PM
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A police chief was suspended for having a steak meal in a restaurant attached to a strip club.
Mark Kizer was accused of violating city policy by attending a gentlemen’s club while on official business.
He was accused of putting in a 'questionable' receipt for a meal that led to his unpaid suspension as head of police for the town of Bryant in Arkansas.


Read more: www.dailymail.co.uk...



Is a five day suspension really the answer here? Is the real issue an honest mistake, or is it a belief that the rules don't apply to me....



posted on Oct, 28 2013 @ 05:28 PM
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A jilted lover shot dead his ex-girlfriend and her new boyfriend on Sunday before turning the gun on himself.
Marie Hartman, 26, and firefighter Andrew Hoffman, 27, were killed at his Baltimore home in the early hours of Sunday by police officer Christopher Robinson who then took his own life.
Miss Hartman's teenage sister Brittany told police that she hid in the closet while she listened to the gunshots before fleeing.
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How can the police miss one of their own, going nuts? Getting this mad. If you are interacting with this guy day in and day out, and can't see this ~ are you really able to see it in the public with someone you don't know?





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