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Offline Michael O'Brian

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Our worst experiences of police malpractice
« on: February 11, 2018, 02:54:04 PM »
Can both sides of the argument on the forum, please let us hear, what your worst experience of police malpractice, has ever been, be it suffered by you, a family member/ friend, or client
The purpose would be to give those who have never had an insight into how something such as murder can be passed as an accident once it has corrupt top level police assistance.
Or it might be a crime in which you reported, and it did not recieve the attention that you felt it should have.
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Offline Dan DAlimonte

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« Reply #1 on: February 11, 2018, 08:08:26 PM »
Hey, Mick.  Two stories off the top of my head.

Way back in the Cheech and Chong '70's I knew a guy who was arrested
for having - Yes - seven garbage bags of marijuana in his truck.  When he went
to court he was charged with having two bags and the idiot almost corrected the judge.
Guess who took the rest?

Still another time I was a manger of a Bingo type game at an amusement park
and one of the teenage girls who worked for me brought up a purse which a lady
left on the arm of her chair.  I kept it for over an hour and a half hoping she'd come back
but she never did.  I then called the girl over to be a witness as to what was contained
in the purse and said to her. 

There's  $83.00 here, right?  You watch.  I'm going to bring this purse
over to the Security Office and the lady will come back here to thank me 
and even though there was no money in her purse she would still be grateful
for having her I.D.

Guess what happened?  Mother ...

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Offline Michael O'Brian

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Re: Our worst experiences of police malpractice
« Reply #2 on: February 11, 2018, 08:32:04 PM »
Hey, Mick.  Two stories off the top of my head.

Way back in the Cheech and Chong '70's I knew a guy who was arrested
for having - Yes - seven garbage bags of marijuana in his truck.  When he went
to court he was charged with having two bags and the idiot almost corrected the judge.
Guess who took the rest?

Still another time I was a manger of a Bingo type game at an amusement park
and one of the teenage girls who worked for me brought up a purse which a lady
left on the arm of her chair.  I kept it for over an hour and a half hoping she'd come back
but she never did.  I then called the girl over to be a witness as to what was contained
in the purse and said to her. 

There's  $83.00 here, right?  You watch.  I'm going to bring this purse
over to the Security Office and the lady will come back here and thank me 
even though there was no money in her purse she would still be grateful
for having her I.D.

Guess what happened?  Mother ...

Thanks for coming into the thread with those experiences Dan I was not expecting many replies, but can you fill me in on the answers as I hate guessing even when I think I will get it in one.

I witnessed a guy, who seemed to be uncomfortable in another persons company not far from a shoreline,  I reported my sighting while he was still missing and when he eventually  turned up drowned two weeks later, the police said to me that it was not him who I seen and that he had fallen into the sea about 18 hours before my encounter, with him and the other person.
To confuse and silence me further a police chief then told me to say nothing as it could have been black magic. ;D
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Offline Dan DAlimonte

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« Reply #3 on: February 11, 2018, 09:17:28 PM »
Thanks for coming into the thread with those experiences Dan I was not expecting many replies, but can you fill me in on the answers as I hate guessing even when I think I will get it in one.

I witnessed a guy, who seemed to be uncomfortable in another persons company not far from a shoreline,  I reported my sighting while he was still missing and when he eventually  turned up drowned two weeks later, the police said to me that it was not him who I seen and that he had fallen into the sea about 18 hours before my encounter, with him and the other person.
To confuse and silence me further a police chief then told me to say nothing as it could have been black magic. ;D

Well, Mick ... there's several different ways your story could be explained.
Some bordering on the supernatural or just one of those things or the authorities
trying to hide something or a police chief who always wanted to be a comedian. 

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Offline Michael O'Brian

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Re: Our worst experiences of police malpractice
« Reply #4 on: February 11, 2018, 09:27:32 PM »
Well, Mick ... there's several different ways your story could be explained.
Some bordering on the supernatural or just one of those things or the authorities
trying to hide something or a police chief who always wanted to be a comedian.

Only one word explaines it (murder) but to everyone else ie the general public they were told in the media that it was an accidental death.
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« Reply #5 on: February 11, 2018, 09:31:19 PM »
Only one word explaines it (murder)

Then the authorities were trying to hide something.

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« Reply #6 on: February 11, 2018, 09:34:10 PM »
Then the authorities were trying to hide something.
Yep no doubt about it crooked cops covered it up for sure, if they had prior knowlege I can't be fully sure but I suspect at least one high rank did.
My point in creating this thread with my experience is to highlight to those on here, that this type of stuff happens for real, and when you are in the thick of it like me, it becomes clear what people in authority are capable of, and how the power they have is used to pull the wool over the general publics eyes
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« Reply #7 on: February 11, 2018, 11:18:43 PM »
    "My Associates Degree is in Criminalistics and Forensics Science,
     and my BS is in Criminal Justice [my graduate degree is in Public
     Administration] I graduated from the PA State Police Academy
     Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) and took additional
     training at the Pittsburg Police Academy."


Wonder if Lloyd Morris encountered law enforcement authorities who were capable of aiding Presidential assassination conspirators in setting up a patsy, creating evidence that incriminated him, and covering-up their participation and the identities of the actual assassins in the ensuring cover-up.

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