New Yorker Tyeesha Mobley was at a gas station near her Bronx apartment with her two sons when she caught the older boy, aged nine, stealing $10 out of her purse. Thinking this was a good opportunity to teach him a lesson about honesty and consequences, she called the police, asking them to help her communicate the seriousness of stealing.
When the police arrived, however, Mobley’s Arrested Development-style lesson quickly escalated into a terrifying situation. Three of the four officers who arrived at the gas station apparently understood that this was a lighthearted call.
“They started asking Tyleke what did he take,” said Mobley. “He told them. And about three officers was joking around with him, telling him, ‘You can’t be stealing, you’ll wind up going in the police car.'”
The fourth cop, however, had different ideas. He began yelling: “You black b—-es don’t know how to take care of your kids … why are you wasting our time, we aren’t here to raise your kid … why don’t you take your f—ing kid and leave?”
When she tried to follow his order, Mobley says the fourth officer arrested her, refusing to give a reason. While she and her children cried for him to stop, one of the other officers attempted to intervene, saying, “We are not supposed to act like this.”
He replied, “Black b—-es like that … this is how I treat them.”
After her arrest, Mobley was hospitalized for the bruises she’d sustained on her legs thanks to the fourth cop kicking her during the arrest. She successfully fought off child endangerment charges—a pretty interesting charge given that the “endangerment” in question seems to have been calling the police.
Mobley’s two children were placed in foster care for four months, where they reportedly received sub-par care. Now, having recovered her children—who have undoubtedly learned a very different lesson than the one she intended to teach—Mobley is suing the NYPD.
Breaking NEWS! NY cop allegedly savaged innocent Black youth
Surveillance video has been recently released and clearly showed that a cop assaulted innocent Black man for his appearance. The victim, 23-year-old Anthony Brown, was brutalized by Sgt. James Nowak from NYPD.
Brownsville, NYC never had a reputation of the low crime rate area, but it’s not an excuse to beat Brown so severely right on the Blake Ave at 10:34 p.m. for ABSOLUTELY NOTHING!
Police brutality at its finest.
Another proof that the police don’t give a damn about Black people, secretly attacking them at night JUST FOR FUN. Luckily, the cop was caught on camera and NOW it’s OUR DUTY to make him receive the punishment he deserves.
Deaf Woman To Get $750,000 For Hellish Ordeal With NYPD
A New York City woman, who is deaf and says NYPD officers
wrongfully arrested her and then ignored her pleas for an American Sign
Language interpreter, has settled her lawsuit against the city for $750,000, a
sum her lawyers say is the largest ever deaf discrimination settlement for a
“Due to the immense barriers they face when trying to
communicate with the hearing world, Deaf individuals often find themselves
without a voice to assert their rights,” Rozynski and Baum added.
“Deaf individuals have rights, and they do not have to tolerate
discrimination and injustices of any kind.”
Diana Williams and her husband, Chris Williams, both of whom
are deaf, are landlords of a building in Staten Island. On Sept. 11, 2011, when
the couple were trying to evict tenants who hadn’t paid rent, the boyfriend of
one of the tenants allegedly gestured that he had a gun.
Chris then called for police using a video relay service –
which the couple later argued should’ve signified to police that they would
need a sign language translator. But when officers arrived on the scene there
was no translator, and it was only the tenant and the boyfriend, both of whom
can hear, who could communicate their side of the story.
Some deaf tenants in the building later testified that the
officers rejected their offers to translate for Williams, who cannot hear,
speak English or read lips. Instead, Williams was arrested for allegedly
getting into a fight with one of the tenants.
Panicked, Williams attempted to scrawl “HOSPITAL”
in the dust on the window of the police cruiser, according to The New York
Daily News. She made it to “HOSP.”
Williams was detained for 24 hours, during which a
translator was never provided. She was released without charge.
Police officers don’t like to rack brains. If they deal with
unusual situation they prefer to act in a blast-it-all-manner. Cops arrest or
assault people whose behavior is alien to them. But it shouldn’t be so, because
the profession of police supposes that officers must provide peace and order
regardless of what kinds of people they deal with. Things must be changed.
Police must be trained to deal with all kinds of situations.
July 28 2015 - During an arrest in Brooklyn a man is held down by multiple police officers who then start beating him. The many bystanders, who were just looking on out of interest before, start telling the police exactly what they think of this instead of just accepting the police brutality, yelling at them to stop hitting him, and several even move to stop the officers from attacking the man. [video]
NYPD Cop Wins $15M After Fellow Cops Falsely Arrested & Beat Him at His Daughter’s Birthday
After suing his fellow officers for savagely beating and falsely arresting him at his daughter’s birthday party, an NYPD cop was awarded $15 million by a federal jury on Wednesday. Although he identified himself as an officer, his colleagues viciously struck him with batons and fired pepper spray into his face before bothering to check the badge and ID in his pocket.
On August 22, 2010, NYPD Officer Larry Jackson was off-duty at his daughter’s birthday party in Queens when an unidentified man with a gun appeared in the street breaking a bottle. Although Jackson did not have his gun with him, the off-duty cop confronted the armed man and asked him to leave while Jackson’s wife called 911. As Jackson attempted to calm down the armed man, a crowd of roughly 15 to 20 men armed with bats and sticks began to approach them.
Instead of attacking Jackson or the armed man, the crowd immediately dispersed as a marked patrol car arrived in front of Jackson’s house. Even though Jackson’s wife told dispatchers that her husband was a cop and Jackson immediately identified himself as a fellow officer, the cops ignored him while trying to assess the situation. Hearing an argument from inside Jackson’s home, one of the officers suddenly ran into his house without a search warrant.
After striking one of Jackson’s friends with a police baton, the officer ordered Jackson to step back. Standing his ground, Jackson again identified himself as a cop and informed the officer that they were in his house. Instead of requesting to see Jackson’s police ID or badge, the officer slammed the baton against Jackson’s throat and shoved him into the living room.
While repeatedly punching Jackson in the face, the officer accidentally tripped over a cooler leftover from the birthday party. As Jackson attempted to help the officer up, another cop placed Jackson in a chokehold. Unable to speak, Jackson tried to pull his police ID out of his pocket but another officer restrained his hands.
Falling backwards, Jackson and the cop choking him landed on Jackson’s 82-year-old mother-in-law, briefly knocking her unconscious. As the officer released his chokehold, Jackson again informed the cops that he was an NYPD officer when another cop struck him in the head with an ASP tactical baton. After stumbling down the front steps, Jackson remained on the ground as a group of bloodthirsty officers began beating him with their batons and pepper-spraying him in the face. While placing him in handcuffs, the cops repeatedly kicked his body and kneed him in the back.
Following the brutal assault, the officer who initially attacked Jackson asked him,“Yeah, you motherfucking dirt bag, if you are really a cop, where is your ID?”
“My ID has been in my front pocket the whole entire time,” Jackson responded. “I told you that in the house.”
After finally checking his pockets, the crowd of cops immediately dispersed upon the realization that they just brutalized one of their own without justification. Despite the fact that he had his police ID and did not commit a crime, Jackson was detained at the police station for 20 hours before being transported to a local hospital. According to his medical records, Jackson’s face and torso were covered in large bruises while his right hand was fractured due to numerous baton strikes.
The story shows the lack of trust to black people, the stupidity and recklessness of police and finally the lack of justice. NYPD Officer Larry Jackson got $15 million (!) while families of other victims of police are still fighting for compensations or receiving lower amounts of money. That’s America!
Week after week, racist posts appear on Thee Rant, a blog for current or former New York City police officers: African Americans are called “apes;” a retired officer says one of the blessings of retirement is not having to work the Puerto Rican Day parade, with its “old obese tatted up women stuffed into outfits that they purchased or shoplifted at the local Kmart store; a Middle Eastern cab driver berated by an officer is termed a “third worlder” who should have his “head split open.”
So let me get this straight: Police wanna boycott working at Beyoncé
concerts for “insulting” their job, but are perfectly fine working at
events for folks like Donald Trump who insult the lives, freedom and general
existence of over half the general public?
Nine Months After He Filmed Eric Garner's Killing, the Cops Are Trying to Put Ramsey Orta Behind Bars
“At first I didn’t think it would blow up this big,” Ramsey Orta told me. He was describing the video he took of his friend Eric Garner being killed by the NYPD. His voice was nearly too soft to hear.
I interviewed Orta on April 10, nine months after Officer Daniel Pantaleo had choked Eric Garner to death in front of Staten Island’s Bay Beauty Supply. In December, a grand jury declined to indict Pantaleo, but Orta, his supporters say, has been the target of a police campaign to destroy his life ever since.
When I spoke to him, he was at the tail end of a two-month stint on Rikers Island, locked up on $100,000 bail and awaiting trial for drug charges. Orta is 23 years old and slight, with sharp cheekbones that his time in Rikers had made almost disturbingly prominent. Terrified of being poisoned, he’d been living off of pre-packaged commissary food since he entered jail. The fear is better founded than you might think—19 prisoners in Orta’s unit are suing the city over pellets of rat poison they allege guards planted in their meatloaf.