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>when dat tfw that tfw feel when no intimate female companion visage hits out ov nowhere


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still feelin dis






Since i can very much relate to this particular display of emotional distress this particular topic shall now receive some further frontpage exposure



dont give up friend, there is yet hope!


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Body Camera Video Allegedly Shows Baltimore Police ‘Plant’ Drugs

Body camera video produced Wednesday appears to show a Baltimore police officer plant drugs in late January, an act that later resulted in a criminal arrest.

The 90-second Baltimore police body camera video, which was made public by the Maryland Office of the Public Defender, belongs to Officer Richard Pinheiro, who appears to hide and later "find" drugs among trash strewn on a plot next to a Baltimore residence. Two other officers appear to be with the Pinheiro as he hides the drugs.

"I'm gonna go check here," Pinheiro announces in the video from a morning in late January. He then picks up a can in which he placed a plastic bag of pills earlier in the video and retrieves them.

"This is a serious allegation of police misconduct," Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis said. "There is nothing that deteriorates the trust of any community more than thinking for one second that police officers … would plant evidence of crimes on citizens."

One of the officers has been suspended, and two others have been placed on "nonpublic contact" administrative duty, Davis told reporters.

Police said the Office of Professional Responsibility Ethics Section was investigating.

Pinheiro is a witness in about 53 active cases, and he was even called to testify in a case earlier this week, the Public Defender's Office said.


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>there is no avoiding having a lot of cops

sez whom





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the uptick in crime would be worse than the uptick in cops



The problem is that the system defends against the bad cops being punished for their misdeeds. It's very justifiable to give the institution of policing a bad name when cops commit crimes regularly and get away with it because their buddies cover for them.

I'm sure there's some nice mafia people too, but it would be a mistake to defend the mafia because of that.



Well put tbh

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I have a phone in my possession. I have no idea what the number is to call it. How do I figure it out? It's an android phone. There's got to be somewhere the number of the phone itself is, inside the phone. Where do I find it.

Please be quick btw, I got a small window of opportunity here.

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Android Version 4.4.4

Kernal version 3.10.48



settings - about - my number


From the Home screen, open “Settings“.

Scroll down and select “About phone” or “About device“. Some versions of Android display the phone number on this screen. If not, proceed to step 3.

Select “Status” or “Phone identity“.

Your phone number should be displayed on the screen. On some devices, it may be listed under “Voice MSISDN Line 1“.


out of time fams, afk


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New terry vid

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‘American nightmare’: Killing of Australian by US police sparks outrage on other side of world


The death of a 40-year-old Australian woman at the hands of a Minnesota Police Officer in an unexplained incident has triggered a flood of questions in her home country.

Yoga instructor and life coach Justine Ruszczyk, who goes by Justine Damond in her professional life, was gunned down by police officer Mohamed Noor behind her house Saturday evening after she called in a possible assault.

The story has been front page news in her home country. “American Nightmare,” screamed the front page of The Daily Telegraph, a national newspaper from Ruszczyk's hometown of Sydney.

"To most Australians, the recent surge in police shootings across the US was obviously concerning but at the same time a remote issue, far from Australia's shores," the front-page story reads. "That view has changed now with the fatal shooting by police of Sydney woman Justine Ruszczyk Damond in the suburb of Fulton, Minneapolis."

The story has struck a chord in Australia partly because it feeds "into Australians' long-held fears about America's notorious culture of gun violence,” according to the Associated Press.

Ruszczyk’s killing has led to numerous TV news reports and newspaper articles recounting the tragically high number of people killed by American police.

“Justine Ruszczyk’s mistake was to greet police as you or I would in her native city of Sydney, after she’d reported what sounded like someone being sexually assaulted in the alley behind her Minneapolis home late on a Saturday night,” reads a report in The Australian.

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I don't know about always, but it's definitely a phenomenon. Autistic Trump supporter comes to mind, along with multiple cases of white infants being tortured to death by black baby-sitters



She said she thought he was reaching into his jacket for a gun. Although he didn't have a gun, he does seem to reach in his jacket around the 0:39 mark



And also somewhat around 1:13 when the shooting happens



And at that time she had only just told him to lower his hands.

Later it turned out he was on alcohol and illegal drugs- maybe that's why he was acting strangely and not following commands



>The officer told him to stop, repeatedly, thinking Philando was taking out his gun to shoot.

Get the story right, or don't bother playing.

>maybe that's why he was acting strangely and not following commands

He was being tased, you dumbfuck.

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