State Trooper McKenney Dashboard Camera (Memorial Day Weekend Traffic Stop)

Cell Phone Footage: http://youtu.be/m9NiPRCP1ls Dashboard Camera and other information provided to me via my FOIA Request in regards to my Memorial Day Weekend Traffic Stop with Trooper McKenney. Link to article, below: http://virginiacopblock.org/278/foia-request-information-concerning-memorial-day-weekend-traffic-stop-with-trooper-mckenney-published. Follow Virginia Cop Block on Facebook & Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/VirginiaCopBlock https://twitter.com/VACopBlock VirginiaCopBlock.Org

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[RAW/HQ] Oregon State Police Video Captures Fatal Freeway Shooting
Dramatic Dashcam Footage Captures Fatal Freeway Shooting.. Oregon State Police Video Captures Fatal Freeway Shooting Trooper's dashcam captures dramatic moment father taking his kids on a road trip shoots officer who returns fire and kills him. John Van Allen, 34, was pulled over by trooper Matt Zistel for speeding in Oregon in August; he had three of his children in the car But instead of staying in his car, Van Allen pulled out a gun on the officer and shot at him several times, hitting him in the side Zistel returned fire, shooting Van Allen once in the chest His car was found half-a-mile away with his body inside A dashboard camera in a state trooper's car has captured the dramatic moment a father taking his children on a road trip pulled out a gun and shot an officer who then returned fire and killed him. John Van Allen, 34, was driving with three of his children when he was pulled over on Interstate 84 east of Portland, Oregon by Trooper Matt Zistel, 26, for speeding. But what was supposed to be a routine traffic stop soon escalated into violence when Van Allen emerged from the car and, despite Zistel urging him to get back inside, pulled out a gun. The dramatic footage was released to The Oregonian after a public information request from the paper following the August 29 death. Oregon State Police Thursday released a dramatic video showing the gun battle that unfolded in August on Interstate 84 about 100 miles east of Portland, ending in the death of a Portland motorist. The freeway confrontation lasted only moments, according to the patrol car video from the Aug. 29 episode. The video, released to The Oregonian after a public records request, starts as Trooper Matt Zistel stops a Cadillac driven by John Van Allen, 34. Allen had three of his children with him that afternoon as he pulled over near Biggs Junction. The video shows Allen stepping out of his car and assuming a military pose. After Zistel repeatedly tells him to get back in his car, Allen pulls a pistol from his waistband, advancing on Zistel and firing. The video doesn't show Zistel. After shots are fired, the video shows Allen returning to his car and driving off. He was shot in the chest but the video shows no obvious injury. Zistel radios, "Shots fired" and then moments later, "I've been hit in the side. I'm okay." Responding officers found Zistel suffering a gunshot wound. They found Allen's car a half mile down the freeway, parked on the shoulder. Allen was dead, shot once in the chest. Zistel was treated for his injury at a hospital in The Dalles and released. He has been on administrative leave. Zistel, 26, has been with the agency five years. In a subsequent investigation, Sherman County District Attorney Wade McLeod concluded Zistel was justified in shooting Allen. Relatives said Allen was returning to his native South Carolina at the time of shooting. They said the aggressive action was out of character. He moved to Portland from Pittsburgh. He served in the U.S. Army Reserve as a construction engineer from 2009 until 2012.





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





Maryland State Trooper draws gun on speeding motorcyclist
Unmarked Maryland State Trooper, in plainclothes, draws gun on speeding motorcyclist Officer Joseph David Uhler




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