Cop Convicted of Making Child Porn While On Duty, Using Police Equipment

A former Florida police sergeant is facing up to 120 years in prison after he was found guilty of producing, possessing and accessing child pornography — all while he was on duty, using equipment provided by his department. Kyle A. Kirby, 37, was charged after an investigation into his patrol car computer in October 2015 revealed images showing young children involved in sex acts. The investigation concluded that Kirby had been using the computer to “download and store child pornography” since at least December 2014. A report from News4Jax noted: “According to court documents, FBI agents and other law enforcement officers searched Kirby’s residence as the result of an online child pornography investigation. That same morning, the Live Oak police chief authorized the agents to inspect and search the computer located inside Kirby’s patrol car. “A forensic examination of the patrol car computer used by Kirby revealed that it […] Read More

Albuquerque Police Dept. To Start Manufacturing Crack So They Can Arrest The People They Sell It To

When Big Government goes off the rails, it’s almost like they’re smoking crack. In this case, that’s not far from the truth: The Albuquerque Police Department now plans to manufacture crack cocaine so they can sell it to people who are then arrested for “possession of crack.” (See court documents below for proof.) Wait a sec… Crack cocaine is an illegal substance, right? So now the police are going to possess it, manufacture it, sell it and then arrest citizens who buy it from them? Yep. That’s how some police tell themselves they are the “good guys” when they manufacture crack cocaine to sell to the “bad guys” who were making the crack cocaine before the police started making it. In other words, the Albuquerque Police Department will now be engaged in the manufacture and distribution of Schedule I Controlled Substances, meaning it is no longer deniable that “the […] Read More

More ‘Hate Crime’ Hoaxes Debunked By Law Enforcement

A female student in Ohio is being charged after filing a false police report alleging that she was attacked by Donald Trump supporters, and liberal students in Massachusetts are facing disciplinary action after creating Ku Klux Klan hoax vandalism. The day after the election, 24-year-old Eleesha Long, a black student at Bowling Green State University in Ohio, claimed that she was attacked by three white men wearing Trump hats who threw rocks at her and called her a racial slur. She immediately took to Facebook about the attack, and it went rapidly viral. She described in detail what each man was wearing during the alleged “hate crime,” and what happened to her — but never filed a police report. Eventually, an officer from her school took her to the police station to file a report. Throughout the police investigation, Long’s story changed multiple times and her Facebook and Verizon […] Read More

COP TRYING TO SHOW KIDS “POLICEMEN ARE GOOD” ACCUSED OF IMPREGNATING 14-YEAR-OLD

Lowell, NC — A Lowell, North Carolina cop has been accused of impregnating a 14-year-old girl he volunteered to mentor. WSOCTV reported the ordeal began when Officer James Blair offered to mentor two children — the now impregnated teen, who had previously run away, and her sibling. The girl’s mother says he told her he wanted to take a role in their lives “To show them, ‘Hey, policemen are good.’” The mother told WSOC she was hesitant at first but allowed him to spend time with her children because he was a policeman. He visited them often and, on one occasion, took them on a trip. But according to girl’s mother, the relationship came to an abrupt halt when she discovered text messages on her daughter’s phone. WSOC reported: “Then the mother discovered text messages that indicated her daughter was pregnant and that Blair was the father. “One of [the] messages, […] Read More

Newtown Police Sergeant Who Arrested People For Marijuana Finally Sentenced For Selling Steroids

Steven Santucci, a former sergeant with the Newtown, CT police department, was caught at the head of an anabolic steroid distribution ring. Santucci was sentenced to 16 months in prison and 2 years of probation to follow his release. As reported by Rich Scinto with the Newtown Patch: Steven Santucci will also have to serve six months of home confinement, 120 hours of community service and a $5,000 fine during his supervised release. He pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute anabolic steroids and conspiracy to launder monetary instruments Santucci imported steroid ingredients from China and manufactured and sold wholesale quantities of steroids, according to the U.S. Attorney District of Connecticut office. Certain members of the alleged conspiracy ring were accused of also selling prescription pills and cocaine. Santucci wired more than $120,000 to foreign sellers and charged more than $300,000 on personal credit cards, including more than $100,000 for luxurious vacations. […] Read More

Can’t Make This Up: Cop Caught Stealing Pot from Police Dept… on His Own Body Cam

by Matt Agorist Grants, NM — As the Free Thought Project pointed out many times before, police departments in America can legally discriminate against hiring individuals if their IQ is too high. Couple this with the fact that thieves aren’t always the sharpest tools in the toolbox, and you get the makings of a scenario like the one that unfolded in New Mexico last week. A Grants cop was caught on his own body cam stealing weed. Grants Police Department Sgt. Roshern C. McKinney, 33, was arrested last week after an investigation found that he’d stolen both money and marijuana from the police department. McKinney has since been charged with marijuana distribution, conspiracy, and felony embezzlement. State police also charged McKinney’s 23-year-old girlfriend Tanicka Gallegos-Gonzales, for drug distribution and conspiracy. Both were arrested in Albuquerque and booked into the Sandoval County Detention Center, according to KOB. Public Information Officer for the New Mexico State […] Read More

Illinois Institutes Chilling New Mandate for Schools to Teach Children How to Submit to Police

by Matt Agorist The police state apparatus will now condition children to prostrate themselves before their masters as they are extorted during traffic stops. Illinois drivers education now includes instructions on how to properly allow police to generate revenue. The bill signed into law on Friday by Governor Bruce Rauner authorizes a new curriculum for driver’s education classes which includes interacting with police. It will be instituted for the 2017-18 school year and become mandatory training at both private and public schools. The guidelines, created by the secretary of state’s office, will instruct pupils on how to respond if they are pulled over by the police. It will condition them to not be afraid of being robbed on the roadside. “I think it’s really timely, so that teenagers and young drivers don’t look at a police officer as a threat or a problem,” State Senator Julie Morrison (D-Deerfield), who sponsored the legislation, told […] Read More

City Council Terminates Police Force — Town Doesn’t Descend Into Chaos

After the Galveston Marshal’s office allegedly went rogue, refusing to obey the orders of the town’s council, the council voted this week to eliminate their police force. Dozens of protesters turned out to voice their discontent and fears about ridding the town of 1,200 of their police force. After only being in office for a month, Town Marshal Shawn Durham had made many enemies. According to council documents, Durham was found guilty of violating the rules, neglecting or disobeying orders, conduct unbecoming of an officer, and another breach of discipline. The charges stem from an apparent power struggle that entailed after Durham was sworn in back in June. According to the council, Durham displayed insubordinate behavior when he refused to grant Town Council President John Hart’s requests on behalf of the council for keys to the police department and police vehicles, passwords to police computers and the code to […] Read More

How American Police Went From Mayberry to Madnes

Policing in the United States metamorphosed drastically over the last few decades after the NDAA in 1990 allowed departments to obtain surplus military equipment free of charge. With the weapons and gear of war likewise came the warrior ethos. Though unprepared to handle accouterments of the battlefield, hapless American police waged war on the very communities in their charge — an epidemic level of violence by law enforcement has since erupted. But this article isn’t a condemnation of police officers, many of whom spend their entire career without resorting to the use of excessive force. But because incidents involving excessively violent tactics resulting in serious injury and death have become so frequent people often don’t take notice, it’s necessary to point out the simplest means to end the epidemic already exists. Training. If we are to end or at least significantly curb the unnecessary brutality, militaristic police training must end. […] Read More