Police Abuse

Brickbat: Like a Duck on a Junebug

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A Macon, Georgia, police officer shot and killed Sammie "Junebug" Davis Jr. during a struggle in a Kroger parking lot. Police at first said the officer was trying to serve a warrant on Davis, but they later admitted there was no warrant. They then claimed the officer was answering a call. But they've refused to answer questions about the conflicting stories they've offered or about exactly what happened in the parking lot.

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  1. I wonder if the coppers thought they could dummy up a warrant or if they thought no one would be asking questions about them SHOOTING A PERSON TO DEATH.

  2. A copy of Officer Sutton’s disciplinary record shows the six and a half year veteran has compiled a list of 26 complaints against him.

    That’s a listed complaint every three months. The article also points out there are complaints that didn’t get listed.

    1. “In 2010 Sutton was accused of shooting a Pit Bulldog that tried to attack him. The owner of the dog says it was tied up on the porch. Under his discipline “No Further Action” is listed.

      Also in 2010 Sutton was accused of using excessive force and pulling a woman from a vehicle and throwing her on the ground to arrest her. Sutton was given a written reprimand.

      In 2010 Sutton was accused of wrongfully pointing his duty weapon in a man’s face during a traffic stop, and searching the man’s vehicle without his consent. “No Further Action” was his discipline.

      In 2011 Sutton was accused of harassing a woman at her home about an alleged bad check. Sutton is accused of trying to intimidate the woman and coercing her into paying cash immediately to avoid going to jail. The woman told him to go ahead and take her to jail. Sutton was suspended for one day.

      In May Sutton was accused of removing $200 from a woman’s purse during a traffic stop. “No Further Action” was his discipline.”

  3. Bwahaha suckers, enjoy the government you so rightly deserve.

  4. Then again, maybe at the Krogers the victim was eyeballing the officer.

    1. Making him rightfully fear for his life.

  5. That looks liek its gonna be fun ddue.

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    1. You’re a sick bastard, Anonbot. Back in my day, we made the rookie get naked. AND we used blanks.

      1. Enhance. Enhance.

        1. Just print the damn thing

          1. Say “shenanigans” ONE MORE TIME!

  6. I just want to know one thing… were procedures followed?

    1. They were followed. With extreme prejudice.

  7. The complaints include allegations of harassment, theft, excessive force, reckless driving, and animal abuse.

    In 2010 Sutton was accused of shooting a Pit Bulldog that tried to attack him. The owner of the dog says it was tied up on the porch. Under his discipline “No Further Action” is listed.

    Also in 2010 Sutton was accused of using excessive force and pulling a woman from a vehicle and throwing her on the ground to arrest her. Sutton was given a written reprimand.

    In 2010 Sutton was accused of wrongfully pointing his duty weapon in a man’s face during a traffic stop, and searching the man’s vehicle without his consent. “No Further Action” was his discipline.

    In 2011 Sutton was accused of harassing a woman at her home about an alleged bad check. Sutton is accused of trying to intimidate the woman and coercing her into paying cash immediately to avoid going to jail. The woman told him to go ahead and take her to jail. Sutton was suspended for one day.

    In May Sutton was accused of removing $200 from a woman’s purse during a traffic stop. “No Further Action” was his discipline.

    It is good to see that his being disciplined by the department straightened him out. I see several felonies in there.

  8. Officer safety and security.

    This is obviously a case of a very insecure officer not being shown the appropriate deference to his status responding in the best manner to enhance his personal security.

  9. Pigs lie.

  10. New professionalism or whatever the fuck Scalia was blathering about. Fucking cockbag.

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