this is a police officer guys

anonymous asked:

Is it just the Sul-sul shit? I think people are taking the piss a little, she's a kid, she said something stupid without thinking or knowing the background of the image. Like if I saw a pic of someone hitting a police officer I'd be like, get out son, you're not supposed to hit anyone. Fucking hell guys calm down.

She’s a kid? I thought she was way older than me. I’m a kid lol! Tbh, this is how I am starting to have a perspective on life. I don’t say anything publicly without asking anything, and if I don’t ask any questions then I just don’t say anything (so I tend to not say anything anymore)

preferred ending to eyewitness: lukas and philip beat ryan up while helen and gabe watch and r in love. sita wins an award for “longest amount of time breath was held under water” (two whole eps can u believe it guys) sitas baby grows up to be president #sitababy2020. kamilah dates a guy/girl who is not a pedophile. tony is promoted to chief police officer of world. rose gets a cute bf who doesnt cheat on her. bo fucks off somewhere idrc and philip gets a dog. all is well in the world. the end.

In 2012, Danish police officers arrested a sex offender and found child pornography in his computer. But catching the guy looking at the pictures is only half the battle in situations like this – they needed to find the asshole who took the photos. No doubt fighting every instinct to just set the hard drive on fire and drink the memory away, the officers examined the images and found a detail that could help catch one of the photographers: a pill bottle with a tiny, blurry name.

The Danish shared this evidence with Homeland Security’s Cyber Crimes Center, where special agents used classified technology to undo the blur on the bottle – to the point that they were able to pull off part of a surname, the name of the medication, and the first two characters of a prescription number. Detectives then used that information to find the owner of the bottle, a human-shaped mound of shit called Stephen Keating.

However, this didn’t necessarily prove Keating did anything. Maybe he lent the bottle to a friend, or the real child pornographer had stolen the pills from Keating as part of his mission to just commit every possible type of crime. Luckily, the feds had another impossibly high-tech trick up their sleeves.

One of the photos showed a man’s hand, and by putting it through special filters, they managed to get a fingerprint impression. We’ll repeat that part: they got his fingerprints off of a digital photograph. If you saw that on CSI, you’d call bullshit and switch to a more realistic crime-fighting show, like The Flash.

7 True Crimes Solved By Twists Too Ridiculous For Network TV


Nick: I’m so glad that I could hang out with you tonight, sweetheart.

Judy: Me too. (giving him a smile)

Nick: You know, A lot of amazing things happened this year. I became a real police officer, and I also fell in love with a bunny. though it’s hard to predict what’ll we be confronted with next year, I’m not afraid since you’re by my side. 

Judy: So do I. (Hugging Nick’s waist)

Nick: Happy new year, Judy…

Judy: Happy new year…

(They shared an long, affectionate kiss with each other.)

Happy new year, guys! I can’t even believe that today is the last day of 2016. Everyone seems to be excited about the New Year’s Eve Celebration. But I, in contrast, have to face the exam… I’m like TT ~~

Anyway, I wish all of you can have a great time celebrating this special moment. Furthermore, I also look forward to the year packed with possibilities and surprises. ^U^ 


An adorable koala in a backpack — it’s what you didn’t know you needed during the final stretch of the exhausting U.S. presidential race.

Police found this bundle of joy in the town of Wishart in Queensland, Australia, during a traffic stop last night.

Authorities said in a statement that the officers asked the 50-year-old driver if she had anything to declare. She then mentioned that she had a baby koala in her bag.

“Not quite believing their ears the officers cautiously un-zipped the bag and found this gorgeous boy,” the police said.

They added that the woman, who was subsequently arrested “on outstanding matters,” said she found the little guy the night before and was taking care of him herself.

Australian Police Find Baby Koala In A Backpack

Photos: Queensland Police Service

Black LBGTQ History Icons

Marsha P. Johnson

  • A leader of the Stonewall Riots. According to several eyewitnesses, Marsha was the one who “really started it”. She was “in the middle of the whole thing, screaming and yelling and throwing rocks and almost like Molly Pitcher in the Revolution or something”
  • Dedicated her life to activism:
    • Co-founded the Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries (later renamed Street Transgender Action Revolutionaries)
    • Ensured that the young drag queens, trans women and other street kids on Christopher Street were fed and clothed. Marsha also housed them whenever she could. 
    • In the 1980s, she was an activist and organizer in ACT UP. 

Stormé DeLarverie

  • Also a leader in the Stonewall Riots - has been identified as the “butch lesbian that threw the first punch” against the police officers.
  • Several eye-witnesses recollections also recognize her as the cross-dressing lesbian that yelled “why don’t you guys do something” at the bystanders that evoked the reaction from them that helped make Stonewall a defining moment in history.
  • Unofficially worked at gay bars who otherwise couldn’t afford security.

Bayard Rustin

  • Was a leading strategist of the U.S. Civil Rights Movement between 1955-1968:
    • The formidable behind the scenes figure of the civil rights movement who organized the March on Washington
    • Through his influence, the civil rights leadership adopted a non-violent stance.
    • Is and was often overlooked in African-American history because of the public’s discomfort with his sexual orientation.
  • Supported LGBTQ rights and movements.
  • Was posthumously awarded Rustin the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Barack Obama.

Miss Major Griffin-Gracy

  • Another leader in the Stonewall Riots.
  • Has been involved in community efforts since 1978. She has worked at local food banks, provide services for trans women suffering from addiction or homelessness. During the AIDS epidemic she also provided healthcare and funeral services.
  • Is currently serving as the Executive Director for the Transgender GenderVariant Intersex Justice Project, working to assist transgender persons who are disproportionately incarcerated under a prison-industrial complex.

Alvin Ailey

  • At the young age of 22, Alvin AIley became Artistic Directer for the Horton Dance Company where he choreographed as well as directed scenes and costume designs.
  • Formed the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre in 1958 but continued to choreograph for other companies.
  • Ailey’s signature works prominently reflects his Black pride.
  • Is credited for popularizing modern dance. 
  • Was also posthumously awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Barack Obama.

Feel free to add anyone I’ve missed!

Okay so I know that the Night Vale secret police members are supposed to be dangerous and feared but I just can’t stop thinking about how after having to watch people for so long, they get attached
Just imagine the secret police members consider these people to be a second family
Secret police members leaving gifts inside other peoples houses on birthdays or holidays because the family can’t afford them
Imagine the officer who has you under surveillance leaves a happy birthday card on your night stand every year
Imagine having no money and coming home to a fully stocked fridge
Imagine exchanging notes with them by leaving them on the window and waking up to a response letter
Imagine how surprised the secret police member would be when someone is brave enough to invite their invisible hero to have dinner because they want to return the favor

I dunno guys i think the Sheriffs Secret Police have more to them and they should be appreciated more

Dylann Roof Federal Trial 11/07/16

Sorry in advance for the long post. I just wanted to make sure you guys know everything that happened in there,  from someone other than the media. 

6:30 am

I showed up to the court house to scope the area. There was 2 police officers at every corner of a building, and 6 at the exit and entrance of the court itself. 

7:25 am

Me along with 5 other people lined up outside the court house, until it opened.

7:40 am (approximately)

Reporters start running toward the court house exit, and started snapping pictures. The transport van was in there. The officers closed down a big gate so the van wasn’t visible to the public. They didn’t want anyone seeing or getting pictures of Roof. 

7:55 am

We were let into the courthouse. Went through security, then a lady took us all up to court room 6. There was two separate waiting areas, one for the media, and another one for the general public.

8:20 am

Last general public people came in. It was a total of just 8 of us. 

8:45 am

They issued us a pass, and we were escorted inside the court room, general public had one isle, media had 4 , and victims/victims family had the whole right side of the court room. The first isle on the defendant side was left open for Roof’s family, however none of them showed up. I will add that Bruck came up to the general public section and started up conversation with us for less than 5 minutes.

9:00 am

Court is now in session, Roof was not in the room at this time. People were talking to each other throughout the court room. Judge was quiet reading a piece of paper. While Roof’s attorney was talking to someone on the prosecution side.

9:10 am

Side doors opens, and Roofs walks in looking straight ahead. He is seated with his back facing the general public and media. 

Side note: I just want to share exactly what happened when he walked in because its something I will never forget. As they opened the door you can hear the chains and also his feet dragging, at that time no one knew if it was him because he was out of sight. He walked through the door and the atmosphere in that room changed completely. I feel like everyone stopped breathing, no one moved, no one said a thing, its was almost like there was no one in that room. I can still hear the chains and his feet dragging, and the thought of it gives me major chills. As far as his appearance goes he looks like he did a  year ago. Bowl cut still there, also he is very skinny, doesn’t look like he gained any weight. I will add that his eyes looked very swollen, and i did not see the scar that Dwayne supposedly left him. 

9:12 am

Judge reads the statement posted above. Roof is looking straight at him the whole time. The back of his head is straight in front of me and someone next to me pointed out his bald spot. He has a small bald spot right on the back of his head.

9:20 am 

Roof stands up and is escorted out the court room. Looking straight the whole time. He never looked to see the victims/victims family, media, or general public. Shortly after he was escorted out, victims/victims family were allowed to leave first, then we were led out. 

12:15 pm

Roof was transported out of the courthouse, in the van showed above. With two police officers in the vehicle.  

Reasons to read Rivers of London
  • Peter is a nerd and will tell you all sorts of things about the history and architecture of London. Admittedly this may only be a bonus if you’re a nerd who likes London, but it works for me.
  • Peter is an unusual urban fantasy protagonist. A young, mixed-race police officer who believes in conflict resolution and community outreach even – perhaps especially – when some of the people you’re policing are goddesses and fae.
  • An interesting take on the Fae where it’s a word that is about as precise as foreigner or barbarian and just means someone not quite human. The division into seelie and unseelie and various subtypes by 19th century wizards is dismissed by Peter, probably accurately, as racist garbage on par with phrenology.
  • Peter actually manages to make the term “ethically challenged practitioner” catch on after refusing to call the bad guys “black magicians” on the grounds that he’s both black and a magician.
  • Peter is exactly as curious about how magic works as the reader probably is. Unfortunately, scientific equipment for measuring magic is so far limited to a magic-sensitive terrier. The yap-ometer is cutting edge.
The 100th | Wonho

Characters: Police officer Wonho x reader

Genre: Mystery/thriller

Length: 2286 words

A/N: South Korea’s notorious serial killer has you on his list next and the police only has 10 days to find and stop him before he finds you.

part two | part three

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i love fahc fics where gavin’s the quintessential hacker of the crew, but what i REALLY love is the idea that gavin’s one of those people who gets really, really annoyed when anybody uses the word “hack” in relation to anything that isn’t hacking

and so of course the others do this all the time to the point of absurdity.

“hacked it,” geoff mutters, grinning, as he signs into his own facebook account

“hacked it,” jack says, unlocking the door to the penthouse

“i’ll be right there, lemme just hack this guy’s face first,” ray says, peering into the scope of his sniper rifle

“here, wait, i’ll hack the security cameras,” michael says, before fucking destroying them all with a sledgehammer

“i can hack the police officers,” ryan offers, armed with a machete of indeterminate origin, is that a pun

I’m in love with Killing Stalking but oh lord I’m already hating half the fandom, sorry guys I am just.. so annoyed.

So far we have:

- Police officers saying “don’t romanticize anything :)” every 3 minutes when the entirety of the comic is about romanticism of fucked up shit, but do whatever helps you sleep at night I suppose

- 15 year olds saying Yoonbum and Sangwoo are their relationship goals for god knows what reason and everyone praying they don’t actually mean it and if they truly do I hope they consider seeking help

- People going on and on about how they must be batshit crazy for liking it even though there seems to be a fairly good amount of people into it and I really doubt we’re all psychotic (it’s actually normal to find things like this intriguing)

- The peeps who keep talking about how Sangwoo is their love and falling right into the whole “Stockholm syndrome trap”

- Finally there’s the people who simply read it, liked it, understand that it’s unhealthy yet interesting, that it isn’t a good idea irl but enjoy how well written the characters are, and move on

Imagine: First meeting Edward Nygma

Originally posted by m-enace

Requested by @taintedmarkerEdward Nygma x Reader: “Can you please write something with Edward ? He’s adorable :) and I love your writing ♡ Maybe something like he has to deal with a new Co worker taking miss kringles Job. And she gets his riddles or is just bubbly. Something that he doesn’t get" 

I hope you guys enjoy this, it took me a while to write i hope its good <3 my requests are open so feel free to drop by :)

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Okay, story time.

I work in the tech industry. You don’t leave your damn computer unlocked if you’re gonna be out of line of sight. My company has a culture that self-polices this. As a trainer, I’m ruthless about it because I want my trainees to learn good habits early.

Today was the last day of training for my current batch. One of my trainees left for the weekend without finishing his shutdown process. His computer was still logged into and unlocked.

Big mistake.

I’ve already gotten this particular trainee twice with background changes: first to a naked David Hasselhoff covered in shar pei puppies, and again with Roseanne Barr in a chainmail bikini. Apparrently that wasn’t deterrent enough, so I got more creative this time.

First I changed both backgrounds. One of them makes it look like his desktop is completely covered in adware-riddled apps and dozens of messily-placed shortcuts. The other is a moderately disturbing pic of a Brony in a pony costume and a compromising position…and that one, I turned upside-down.

Then I used terminal to invert both monitors.

The Brony pic appears right-side-up, but the mouse action is still inverted. If he gets clever and tries to invert the mouse, it’ll still be inverted on the other display.

And he’s new to Linux.

I cannot wait to see him log in Monday morning.