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Suit accuses 7 L.A. County Sheriff’s deputies of striking a man dozens of times in the face

INGLEWOOD — A lawsuit against seven Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies accused them of beating a man dozens of times in the face, leaving him with broken bones and loss of sight in one eye, his attorneys announced Monday. Christopher Bailey has filed a civil rights lawsuit against the deputies and the Sheriff’s Department over the May 2020 beating in the Los Angeles suburb of Inglewood, KABC-TV reported. Seven deputies with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department are being accused of...
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Police explore whether Derbyshire deaths are result of stalking

Police not looking for anyone else in connection with deaths of man and woman in DuckmantonPolice investigating the deaths of a 23-year-old woman and a man in his 30s are probing whether the incident was the result of stalking.The deaths occurred within hours of each other in fields near the Derbyshire village of Duckmanton on Friday. Continue reading...
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Bodies of woman, 23, and man in 30s found in fields near Derbyshire village

Police not looking for anyone else in connection with deaths in Duckmanton as reports name woman as Gracie SpinksPolice are investigating after the bodies of a 23-year-old woman and man in his 30s were found within hours of each other in fields near a Derbyshire village.The woman was found in a field near Staveley Road in Duckmanton at about 8.40am on Friday, and was pronounced dead at the scene. She has been named in reports as keen horse rider Gracie Spinks. Continue reading...
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Police inquiry find officers who shot man with stun gun acted lawfully

Desmond Ziggy Mombeyarara was hit seven times in Stretford, Manchester, in May 2020An investigation into Greater Manchester police’s use of a Taser on a man in a petrol station last year found no evidence that the officers acted out of line with force or national policies, the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) has said.However, the body said it plans to publish a report “so that there is greater clarity about when Tasers should be used”. Continue reading...
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Salacious Police Officer Goddess Cosplay Restrained & Vulnerable

This kinky goddess has no fear when it comes to exposing the kind of play she is enamored by as her set of photos has her dressed in a police outfit whilst her hands are cuffed, such a sight bound to motivate any male into taking action. More goddesses.
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Haryana SSC Police Sub-Inspector Recruitment Advt. 3/2021

Police Sub-Inspector Recruitment by Haryana SSC 2021 Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC/HRYSSC) invites online applications in the prescribed form from eligible candidates for direct recruitment of the following 465 Sarkari Naukri Vacancy of Sub-Inspector Male/Female in Group-C in Haryana Police. (Advt. No. 3/2021)  SarkariNaukriBlog dot com: The Recruitment of Constable Male is also open in Haryana Police, view details. Haryana SSC Police... Please Click on the Title to Read Full ...
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Former Met chief interviewed Prince Charles over alleged plot to kill Diana

John Stevens reveals he questioned the prince as a witness in 2005 about a note his then wife had writtenThe former Metropolitan police chief John Stevens has disclosed that he questioned Prince Charles over allegations that he had plotted to kill Diana, Princess of Wales.Charles was interviewed as a witness in 2005, during a three-year investigation into Diana’s death in a Paris car crash in 1997, the Daily Mail reported. Continue reading...
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Police interviewed Prince Charles over ‘plot to kill Diana’

Former Met chief reveals he questioned prince as a witness in 2005 about note written by princessThe former Metropolitan police chief John Stevens has disclosed that he questioned Prince Charles over allegations that he had plotted to kill Diana, Princess of Wales.Charles was interviewed as a witness in 2005, during a three-year investigation into Diana’s death in a Paris car crash in 1997, the Daily Mail reported. Continue reading...
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Why brutal protests have been sweeping across Colombia – video explainer

From the Amazon to the Caribbean coast, several weeks of protests have swept Colombia – dozens have died as demonstrators have faced sometimes deadly retaliation from police. The catalyst was a proposed tax hike, since withdrawn, in response to the coronavirus crisis. Demands expanded to calls to end inequality, economic disparity and police violence in Colombia – in almost two months, demonstrations have caused food and goods shortages.Protest leaders have temporarily suspended in-person demons...
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New bodycam video shows ex-NYPD cop wielding a flag pole and tackling a police officer during the Capitol riot

This photo is included in the criminal complaint against Thomas Webster, who has been charged with assaulting a police officer in the Capitol riot. US Department of Justice Thomas Webster, a former NYPD officer, has been charged with assaulting police in the Capitol riot. New body-camera video obtained by CNN shows Webster berating the officer and wielding a flag pole. He can be seen swinging the pole before charging at and tackling the officer to the ground. See more stories on Insider...
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Ministers apologise to rape victims and promise overhaul of system

Charities welcome apology but say plans to reform rape prosecutions in England and Wales lack urgencyMinisters have apologised unreservedly to rape victims, saying they are “deeply ashamed” that thousands of survivors have been failed on the government’s watch, as they pledged an overhaul of the criminal justice system.A long-awaited government review into a precipitous decline in rape prosecutions promises sweeping reform of how cases are handled in England and Wales, including targets for the ...
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The Daniel Morgan inquiry: corruption and obstruction at the Met | Letters

Readers J Gwynfryn Jones, Bill Bradbury and Tom Challenor are not surprised by the finding of institutional corruption against the Met. Mary Pimm and Nik Wood think it’s time for a duty of candour on public bodiesSo, an independent inquiry set up to review the murder of the private detective Daniel Morgan has found that the Metropolitan police were “institutionally corrupt” and that the Met commissioner held up the inquiry’s work (Daniel Morgan murder report: six critical findings in focus, 15 J...
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Gascón names members of team to reexamine fatal use-of-force incidents by police

LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón announced Wednesday the formation of an independent team to reexamine fatal use- of-force incidents by law enforcement and recommend further action when appropriate. “Significant concerns have been raised by law enforcement officials, civil rights attorneys, activists and others regarding the handling of numerous police use-of-force cases,” Gascón said. “In order to restore trust and move forward as a community, I am convening this...
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Black Met police chief wins her job back after tribunal says sacking was unfair

Supt Robyn Williams was dismissed in March 2020 after being convicted for possessing a child abuse video that she never viewedA black police chief dismissed from the Metropolitan police has won her job back after a tribunal said her sacking was unfair.Supt Robyn Williams was dismissed in March 2020 after being convicted for possessing a child abuse video that she was sent unsolicited via WhatsApp and never viewed. Continue reading...
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Cressida Dick could face investigation over Daniel Morgan case

Police watchdog may take action after inquiry finds Metropolitan police chief obstructed its effortsThe Metropolitan police commissioner, Cressida Dick, could face a new disciplinary investigation after the official inquiry into Daniel Morgan’s murder and corruption in the force found she had hampered its efforts to get to the truth, the Guardian has learned.The police watchdog believes the issues raised could be sufficiently serious to merit using its special powers to order a referral, and war...
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Ex-Met chief defends Cressida Dick over Daniel Morgan findings

Lord Blair of Boughton criticises independent panel judgment and calls Dick ‘finest officer of generation’The Metropolitan police commissioner, Cressida Dick, has been defended by one of her predecessors after an independent inquiry censured her personally for obstruction and found Scotland Yard to be “institutionally corrupt”.Ian Blair, who served as commissioner from 2005 to 2008, criticised the findings of an independent panel inquiring into the unsolved 1987 murder of Daniel Morgan. Continue...
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Daniel Morgan murder: inquiry brands Met police ‘institutionally corrupt’

Met chief censured for hampering corruption inquiry into investigation of 1987 death of private detectiveDaniel Morgan murder: a timeline of key eventsThe Metropolitan police has been described as “institutionally corrupt” and its commissioner, Cressida Dick, personally censured for obstruction by an independent inquiry set up to review the murder of the private detective Daniel Morgan.The report of an independent panel inquiring into Morgan’s killing in 1987 heavily criticised the Met. Continue...
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Daniel Morgan murder: a timeline of key events

No one has been brought to justice since the private investigator was killed in south-east London in 1987Met chief censured for hampering corruption inquiryThere have been five police investigations and an inquest into the death of Daniel Morgan – but no one has ever been brought to justice over the private investigator’s killing in 1987.The Metropolitan police have previously admitted the initial inquiry into the unsolved case was blighted by police corruption. Continue reading...
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Daniel Morgan murder: Met chief censured for hampering corruption inquiry

Report finds force was ‘institutionally corrupt’ in investigation of 1987 death of private detectiveDaniel Morgan murder: a timeline of key eventsCressida Dick, the commissioner of the Metropolitan police, has been personally censured for hampering an inquiry into police corruption in the long-running Daniel Morgan murder case.The report of an independent panel inquiring into his death in 1987 found that the Met was “institutionally corrupt” in its handling of the case and accused the force of p...
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Public inquiry opens into Met police killing of unarmed Jermaine Baker

Bug picked up occupants of car in which Baker was shot saying they did not have a real gun, inquiry told A public inquiry into the death of an unarmed man shot by a Metropolitan police marksman during a foiled prison break has heard that a bug in the getaway car picked up the occupants saying they did not have a real gun.The opening day of the hearing on Monday also heard that Jermaine Baker may have been asleep shortly before armed police descended on the car and he was shot. Continue reading.....
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Court refused murder-acused Kilian’s application for particulars, bail dates are set

Zane Kilian has been denied further information into the charges against him, which include murder, unlawful interception of communications and fraud The post Court refused murder-acused Kilian’s application for particulars, bail dates are set appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
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Court refused murder-accused Kilian’s application for particulars, bail dates are set

Zane Kilian has been denied further information into the charges against him, which include murder, unlawful interception of communications and fraud The post Court refused murder-accused Kilian’s application for particulars, bail dates are set appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
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Promises and protests at the G7 in Cornwall – photo essay

Our photographer looks back on three days of politics and demonstrations during the summit in Carbis BayWith more than 6,000 police deployed to Cornwall for the G7 summit in Carbis Bay, there were surreal sights everywhere: armed officers on residential streets, snipers on rooftops, marine units in St Ives harbour and battleships in the sea. Many residents revelled in the opportunity to catch a glimpse of the action as world leaders and diplomats were convoyed into Carbis Bay, while others objec...
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Daniel Morgan report could link Rupert Murdoch empire to ‘criminality’

Panel has considered describing News of the World as ‘linked to’ murder suspects in its long-awaited findingsRupert Murdoch’s media empire could be criticised for its links to the suspects behind the murder of the private detective Daniel Morgan, the Guardian has learned.The official inquiry investigating his death sent warning letters to people facing criticism in its long-awaited report, which is due to be published on Tuesday. Continue reading...
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Daniel Morgan murder: a brother’s long fight for justice

With inquiry due to publish report, family hope for answers amid allegations of official corruptionNearly 30 years ago, in May 1992, a young student wrote to his MP, Virginia Bottomley. “I am a man at the absolute end of my tether,” said the letter. “I have reached the end of my resources, emotionally, mentally, physically and spiritually. Just over five years ago my younger brother Daniel was murdered … Since that day, my mother and I have spent almost every waking moment in a horrible and debi...
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FBI raids North Hollywood home of actor seen at Capitol riot

FBI agents last week raided the North Hollywood home of an actor seen in social media videos inside the U.S. Capitol building on Jan. 6. Laura Eimiller, a spokeswoman for the FBI, confirmed that agents searched the home of Siaka Massaquoi in the early morning hours of Thursday, June 10. She said no one was arrested. Why the FBI raided Massaquoi’s home was unclear Sunday — a search warrant filed in advance of the raid was under seal, and the agency declined to comment about the investigation. But...
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Scotland Yard taskforce chief fears violence will rise as lockdown lifted

DSI Lee Hill says force anticipating increase in violent crimes from release of ‘pent-up aggression’ Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe head of Scotland Yard’s violent crime taskforce has said he fears the easing of lockdown will lead to a rise in violence.DCS Lee Hill told the Guardian: “As we start to come out of lockdown, we do anticipate there will be an increase in violence. There are a number of reasons, such as pent-up aggression. Where young people have been ...
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Ladera Ranch man charged with conspiracy in Capitol attack told OC supervisors revolution was coming

A month before the Jan. 6  U.S. Capitol insurrection, a 40-year-old Ladera Ranch entrepreneur who has been charged with conspiracy in connection with the violent attack issued a dire, prophetic warning to the Orange County Board of Supervisors. “Week after week, I and others are with thousands in the street all up and down the state of California,” Russell Taylor said during a December 2020 board meeting. “You know what they are saying? Revolution. Storm the Capitol.” Here’s Taylor at last mont...
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Haryana SSC Police Constable Vacancy Recruitment Advt. 2/2021

Police Constable Vacancy Recruitment by Haryana SSC Advt. No. 2/2021 Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC/HRYSSC) invites online applications in the prescribed form from eligible candidates for direct recruitment of following Sarkari Naukri Vacancy of 520 Male Constablein Commando Wing in Group-C in Haryana Police.  (Advt. No. 2/2021)  SarkariNaukriBlog dot com: Haryana SSC Police Constable Recruitment 2/2021 Vacancies Male Constable (General Duty): 520... Please Click on the Title t...
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