Police Officer's Civil Rights Suit Against State Troopers for Misconduct During Traffic Stop

http://www.appellate-brief.com In 2005, civil rights attorney Susan Chana Lask was the only attorney who would file a civil rights suit for New Jersey Police Detective Gary Wade against State Troopers caught on video holding a gun to him, using excessive force and pepper spraying him during a routine car stop. Despite Mr. Wade losing his job as a detective because his police chief claimed that he was at fault and he was criminally charged, Ms. Lask filed the civil rights suit because no one determined if his civil rights were violated. After extensive pre-trial litigation conducted by Ms. Lask, including depositions of the State Troopers, in 2009 a jury found the State Troopers conduct was wrong and awarded Mr. Wade millions.

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Denver Cops Beat up a Witness to Police Misconduct
Denver Cops Beat up a Witness to Police Misconduct Proving That Cops Are The Most Dangerous People in Our Society DENVER, COLORADO -- What started as a walk to the park with his dogs ended with a trip to the hospital for a Denver dog owner. 32-year-old Mark Ashford says he was beaten black and blue by two Denver Police officers. "They punched him and pinned him up against the fence and forced his head into the concrete." Ashford's attorney, Will Hart, said the beating that was caught on camera is a clear case of Excessive Force. "This happened when he was walking his dogs, he has a conversation with another citizen that the police officer doesn't like and as a result, he ends up in the hospital," said Hart. Hart says Mark Ashford was walking his dogs near 20th and Little Raven in LoDo, when he saw police pull over a driver for failing to stop at a stop sign. Ashford told the driver he saw him stop and would be willing to testify in court. Hart says the officer overheard him and "wasn't very happy." That's when Ashford says the Denver police officers demanded his I.D. and detained him. Ashford tried to take a picture of the officers to document the incident, and a few second later he was on the ground. Police charged Ashford with interference and resisting arrest. Hart says, the charges were later dropped because the officers violated Ashford's 4th amendment rights, "they had no reason to stop him, take his ID or detain him." An Excessive Force complaint was filed against both officers involved. A Denver police spokesperson says the internal affairs department has completed its investigation, but they are now turning the case over to the independent police monitor. Police won't say if the officers were disciplined in any way until the investigation is complete.





Booking leads to police brutality bust
A detention officer for the Bridgeport Police Department involved in a brutality lawsuit is out of a job, but that officer is not going away without a fight.





Police Illegally Stop ANOTHER COP and LIE ON CAMERA
Full video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vfFHycftNIs Click here to subscribe to more: http://goo.gl/cYh36e http://www.LibertyIsForEveryone.com deputies Kato, Reed, and Jankowski Macomb County Sheriff's Office Phone: 586-469-5151





2 women in bikinis given body cavity searches on the side of Highway - "Up my private parts?!"
http://www.policestateusa.com BRAZORIA COUNTY, TX -- Two women had the inside of their crotches searched on the side of the highway, thanks to the dutiful enforcement of tyrannical drug prohibition laws. Officers pulled the women over for speeding on their way home from the beach. Of course, traffic stops are just the excuse a good enforcer needs to begin fishing for reasons to throw people in cages. After finding a small amount of forbidden plants in the vehicle, officers weren't satisfied. They wanted more. The two women, dressed only in bikinis, were told they were going to get an internal body cavity search. "Are you serious," Brandy Hamilton asked the trooper. "If you hid something in there, we're going to find it," said the trooper. "You're going to go up my private parts?!" Hamilton said. "Yes ma'am." The women say that the same glove was used to violate all of their orifices. There are truly no limits to the amount of terror and tyranny that are created by the fascist Drug War that plagues the country. Brandy Hamilton and Alexandria Randle are suing the officers involved. SOURCE: http://www.khou.com/news/local/2-women-in-bikinis-sue-over-body-cavity-sear ch-on-side-of-Highway-288-214094861.html




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