Shaq Surprises Florida Cop After Viral Hoops Video

A Florida cop (Bobby White) who responded to a noise complaint about kids playing basketball has gone viral, and has gained much positive attention across the nation.

Many are saying that an officer can make such a difference when distinguishing the difference of an officer’s actions whom shows up looking for action, as opposed to looking for re-action.

I must say this is one of my favorite video’s of all time, I truly hope that other depts. will follow in non-aggressive responses to calls which warrant no safety issues.

Watch how it started:

Then The After Math:

Video Appears To Show A Utah Cop May Have Done What?


In an incident that occurred almost a year ago where an officer was cleared in a fatal shooting of James Barker , has now sparked a new investigation.
A many of times viewers may get distracted by what they would like to see and hear as opposed to what they don’t see but hear.

I have watched this video numerous times and it is still unclear to me as to whether the sounds heard in the back ground are true (Un-edited) and or false.

I also can’t determine if the officer whom was leaning over the alleged victim ‘ James Barker ‘ was handcuffing him afterwards being shot.

While so many are quick to say ” Man shot in the back while handcuffed ” I prefer to wait until more viable evidence is made available, The only thing that disturbed me as a viewer but is (unconfirmed) is the alleged sounds that were heard during the video if in fact they are gun shots.

If this video was manipulated in anyway and or edited  deliberately ‘ that should be a first priority in the investigation. ‘



Maryland: Video Shows Cop Repeatedly Punching Teen…

(Warning graphic video)

A Baltimore County police officer was caught on video punching a male teen during an arrest on Dec. 19 in Towson, Md.

The victim according to sources is a 19-year-old-teen Zachary Blumenstein of Chevy Chase , whom is seen in the video being punched.

According to sources, Baltimore County police Chief Jim Johnson said in a statement that the incident will be reviewed, that other techniques “could have been more effective.”

The video went viral after a bystander posted the video on Youtube.

According to sources, The officer hasn’t been identified, and has not been placed on administrative leave.

Stay tuned as I will try and update more.

Baltimore: Police Complain About Work? BYE!

[dropcap]A[/dropcap]ccording to a recent interview on CNN a shadowed Police Officer’s interview described the moral of Police being down in Baltimore, citing that Officers are being proactive, and blaming Commissioner Batts as one of the problems.

Here’s my Opinion: 

  1. Moral is Low because the Conduct of some Officers were brought to light!
  2. Moral is low because some Officers Can’t continue Harming American Citizens.
  3. Moral is Low because the World Believes that many Victims have been Created by the department, and on the rise.
  4. Proactive/ Does that mean you won’t do your duty! unless you can continue the path that history has shown and proved? (Fight Crime with Crime)?
  5. So your moral is low! well many of our morals are lost.
  6. No matter where you go! expect to be filmed by a Citizen or Citizens!
  7. Leaving one department to go to another won’t cut it, but being a good Cop will.

If you don’t like  your job or wanna cry like a lil B** then QUIT!  I’m confident that other Departments across the this great Country  won’t put up with your sh** either. Citizens will continue to arm themselves with camera’s and record police encounters because of incidents like the Freddie Gray Case including Walter Scott, also lets not forget Eric Harris, and I could go on… Remember the recent arrest of  Francis Pusok? that arrest cost a County $650k.

What I got out of this interview was a man acting like a child pouting about not being able to have what he wants. What are you saying? That you want to continue the path of conduct that the department has showed? why is it so hard to just follow protocol and do your job right?

My father was a Police Officer for 25 years and never once minded on lookers, photographers etc.. in-fact he did his job so well he was promoted to Sgt and could have gone further but chose not to he loved his community that much and wanted to continue working on the front line.

I support and encourage the recording of Police encounter(s) the world needs to see the good, the bad and ugly! which one will you be?

As an American, it is our Duty to root out Evil! More Citizens should file a Police Complaint if they feel they have been mis-treated by an Officer, just so it can stay on file in case it happens again with someone else, at least its documented and could show a possible recurring pattern of an Officer’s conduct.

I also believe that the Hiring practices of Law Enforcement  should examine a candidate’s history of relationships including present, because in my opinion Abuse starts at home, and extends to the Department, including girlfriends, boyfriends, wives, husbands, alternate work,  then forced onto a innocent victim.

Just Google ‘ abusive police relationships ‘  and discover yourself.

Commissioner Batts is not only trying to restore faith with a Community pulverized by his Department but now has to deal with some of his own Officer’s too? WTF!


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