Two Niota, Tennessee officers are expected to go to trail on criminal charges beginning August 12th. The trial stems from an act of alleged brutality that happened in June of 2011. The victim in this case, Ray Stewart, provided a copy of the dashboard video when he was stopped on his scooter. The most telling part of this dashboard video is what you hear -- outside of camera view. First the backstory: Stewart had lodged complaints to Niota City Hall about the police department writing tickets and making DUI stops outside of its jurisdiction. In fact, he was on his way to a meeting at City Hall about what he called harassment by the city, when he made a U-turn on his moped. He had forgotten one DVD he planned to play at the meeting. Niota Officer Jonathan Scott pulled him over. From his scooter, Stewart motioned with his hand to his driveway. He stopped at his home and walks out of view of the dashboard camera. Officer Scott tells him to come back, but Stewart continues walking to his home.He told us he was going to get the paperwork on his scooter. He stayed inside for a few minutes. Officer Scott and Sergeant Donald McCarter go inside out of the camera's view. You hear Stewart question why he is being arrested. Sergeant McCarter commands him to put his hands behind his back. The very nex
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Hello everybody I filmed the entire pull over a thp state trooper gave this guy sobriety tests now I saw a couple of moves the guy did that failed it and it looks like the guy was arrested for DUI by the highway patrol that's all I know any thing you guys can spot out leave it in the comments. Alamo TN: 04/14/2017 help support the channel if you wish. https://www.gofundme.com/joojoo68?pc=em_co_cardshare_a&rcid=323c77b4552045a8974c83b69da377ae
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Update 10/7/2012-- Police officers arrested by the TBI, after being indicted for beating a motorist...http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/2012/oct/07/Victim-frustrated-with-investigation-of-Niota-poli/ Can skin color generate as much prejudice as speaking with a non-regional dialect--in a small southern town...? Not always, sometimes your rights are trampled on even if you are a long-time local... There are greater differences in dialects from North to South than from East to West. Regional dialects are the result of numerous factors, including patterns of settlement, subsequent migration, and isolation. http://www.pbs.org/speak/education/curriculum/high/regional/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Appalachian_English http://www.acoustics.org/press/155th/clopper.htm
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Cell phone video captured a Florida Highway Patrol trooper tailgating a car on I-75 with no lights or sirens.
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A new development in the case of two Niota Police Officers accused of using excessive force two years ago. Friday morning, on day 4 of the trial, a McMinn County judge dismissed the case. Tables were turned in this McMinn County court room as court officers, jurors, and even a court a clerk took the stand. Seven people testified that Ray Stewart, the victim in this case, was photographing jurors and their license plates as they arrived. Ray Stewart claims he was intentionally targeted because he repeatedly complained that Niota officers were operating traffic stops and DUI checkpoints outside city limits. Now, witnesses say he was the one intimidating jurors. Once details of the incident came to light, State Appointed prosecutor Joesph Baugh said enough is enough. He explained to the judge that Stewart's misconduct was egregious.One of them said that if it was true, she would be in fear. This jury obviously cannot go on to try this case, says prosecutor Baugh. You can't try a case when jurors are afraid of one of the witnesses. I dismissed the case. Judge Amy Reddy agreed and dismissed this case with prejudice- that means there's no chance of a re-trial. We caught up with Stewart outside the Courthouse. While he admits to taking the pictures, he tells me that he's still unclear on what happened. A juror
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A State Patrol spokesman said officers not responding to an emergency should "obey the laws that the rest of us obey."
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Questionable decisions have piled up for one of Tennessee's smallest towns and at the bottom of that pile may be taxpayers. That town is Niota, where there has been one problem after another. The latest is a controversial decision to give back pay for two police officers suspended following allegations of brutality. We're talking about 72-thousand dollars of back pay split between the two former Niota police officers. That's a lot of money for Niota's taxpayers. We have a small town, a small budget. You have to watch your pennies. As far as I'm certain, the seventy thousand dollars paid out in back pay, our police department budget last time I seen it was only 82-thousand. So our budget for the year is gone, Niota city Commissioner Richard Rutledge tells NewsChannel9. Rutledge says Jonathan Scott and Keith McCarter are getting back pay because of the threat of a lawsuit. I heard other members say they were not going to pay but when they got in there, and it looked like it wasn't going to go in the favor of the policeman, Jonathan Scott's daddy which is Jonathan Scott threatened he was going to sue the individual board members, says Rutledge. Scott and McCarter went on trial last month for allegedly beating a man during a traffic stop. The trial ended before the jury ever got a chance to consider t
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Waller County Courthouse in Texas. Police kidnapped, tortured and interrogated me for taking pictures out in public. Waller County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Glenn Smith and Captain Manuel Zamora 979-826-8282 Sheriff Office Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wallercountysheriff/ Waller County Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Waller-County-Texas/142627935753693 Waller County District Attorney Faceboook: https://www.facebook.com/WallerCountyDAEltonMathis/ This why I did an audit at the Waller County Texas Courthouse - A dispute over a voter-registration mix-up at Prairie View A&M University led to the arrest of a campaign worker in Waller County. The campaign worker snapped a picture to prove he had delivered the letter. Shortly afterward, he was prevented from leaving the building by officers, one of whom asked what political party Siegel represented. After identifying Siegel as a Democrat, the campaign worker was arrested. The Waller County sheriff’s office disputed the campaign’s account of the arrest, saying the campaign worker failed to identify himself to deputies who were called to the office by a woman who had appeared in one of the campaign worker photos and asked him, unsuccessfully, to delete the images. “There’s no political, ideological, spiritual or philosophical basis for the arrest,” he said. “It was just based upon his inability to identify himself when he was properly detained by investigating officers.” A "use of force" report from the Texas Department of Public Safety. It showed Trooper Brian Encinia also provided no answers to several questions the DPS interviewer posed about his actions — including why Encinia didn't tell Bland, who previously lived in Aurora, why she was being arrested. Encinia, who arrested Bland after a minor traffic infraction escalated into an angry struggle in 2015, was charged with perjury after Bland was found dead in a Waller County Jail cell three days after her arrest. A judge later dismissed that charge on the condition that Encinia resign from the DPS, surrender his police license and agree to never reapply. He said Aronowitz was arrested and charged with failure to identify, a Class C misdemeanor. Under the Texas Penal Code, a person can be charged with failure to identify if he “intentionally refuses to give his name, residence address, or date of birth to a peace officer who has lawfully arrested the person and requested the information.” The penalty is a fine of up to $500. Siegel told the Tribune he was on the phone with Aronowitz for much of the altercation and that Aronowitz identified himself twice: once to the clerk when he first walked up to the counter and again while Siegel was on the phone with Aronowitz while he was being detained. Know your rights, this is what the police don't want you to know. http://policecrimes.com/ police harassment. A&M University. waller county sheriffs office. police brutality. Sandra Bland. texas aggies. waller county, hempstead texas, waller county sheriffs office, Sandra Bland, sheriff, deputy, Sandra Bland, Manuel Zamora. A&M University, jail, state trooper, Prairie View A&M University, texas dps, texas trooper, Brian Encinias, glenn smith. Waller County Texas Courthouse. Police Take Me To Jail Interrogated For Taking Pictures. A&M University. don't talk to police. police harassment. dps. sheriff glenn smith. Courthouse. police harassment. A&M University. waller county sheriffs office. police brutality. Sandra Bland. texas aggies. waller county, hempstead texas, waller county sheriffs office, Sandra Bland, sheriff, deputy, Sandra Bland, Manuel Zamora. A&M University, jail, first amendment audit. state trooper, Prairie View A&M University, texas dps, texas trooper, Brian Encinias, glenn smith. Waller County Texas. 1st amendment audit. hempstead texas. police. 1st amendment audit arrest. sandra bland. arrest. Waller County Sheriff Royce Glenn Smith . Brian Encinias, glenn smith. first amendment fail. Know your rights. trooper. 1st amendment audit arrest. hempstead texas. first amendment audit. police harassment, 1st amendment audit arrest. first amendment fail. first amendment audit arrest. police harassment. filming police. 1st amendment audit. waller county texas. take me to jail. police. first amendment audit, police harassment. freedom to film. first amendment audit, take me to jail. id refusal, know rights. freedom to film. freedom to film. take me to jail. waller county jail. Courthouse. students. college campus. police harassment, freedom to film. 1st amendment audit, police harassment. 1st amendment audit. police. first amendment audit arrest. police harassment. waller county jail. first amendment audit arrest. take me to jail. freedom to film.
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Officer relieved of duty after violent arrest caught on camera
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KINGSPORT, TN (WJHL) - A state-certified DUI instructor says there is no doubt in his mind the off-duty officer who troopers allowed to drive home after a Tennessee Highway Patrol traffic stop was driving under the influence. Paul Trivette came to that conclusion after reading the investigating trooper's report and watching the dash cam video.
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A Chattanooga police detective has been arrested after allegedly assaulting his wife. Detective Michael Early is accused of head butting his wife during an argument. She told police that while they were staying in a hotel in Murfreesboro, he reportedly pulled her by the hair back to her room and then hit her. According to a police report, both appeared to be intoxicated. Early posted a $15 hundred dollar bond and is currently on paid leave from the police department.
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A US police officer who was caught on camera pointing his gun at a petrol station worker while allegedly drunk has been fired. Arizona police officer Kyle McCartin, 23, lost his job and faces two counts of aggravated assault after he was filmed aiming his gun at a Tucson petrol station employee yesterday, KVOA reports. CCTV footage of the incident shows two men in bullet proof vests walking around the Giant Gas Station when McCartin briefly trains his weapon on a worker behind the register.
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On the morning of October 11, 2011, veteran Florida Highway Patrolman, Donna Jane Watts pursued and finally was able to apprehend City of Miami Officer Fausto Lopez, who was driving recklessly at speeds exceeding 100 miles per hour southbound on the Florida Turnpike. At the time of the traffic stop, Officer Lopez was not responding to any form of emergency, simply running late to an off-duty detail assignment. Once aware of the blue lights flashing behind him, Officer Lopez did appear to pull over for Trooper Watts, but then unexplainably accelerated once he determined Trooper Watts was actually pursuing him, then he attempted to flee the pursuing State Trooper. While it is unknown what Trooper Watts was thinking when that happened, it would be reasonable for any law enforcement officer to assume they where pursuing a police car not operated by an officer, but possibility felon in a stolen police vehicle. Trooper Watts did draw her service firearm and complete a felony traffic stop, but once she determined the Miami Police vehicle was operated by an off duty, in uniform Miami Officer, she holstered her firearm, ordered the Officer to exit his vehicle and detained the Miami Police Officer, handcuffing him and transferred him to her patrol car. And it appears this not being the first time Officer Lopez operated his patrol car recklessly as at around 00:10:00 on the video, Trooper Watts, sounding very disgusted and upset with the Miami Police Department officers driving and attitude, explained to him that they, (FHP) where aware of his driving habits, but could "never catch him" due to the speeds he routinely drove on the Florida Turnpike.
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Crazy Drunk Guy At The Sweetwater 420 Festival (04-16-11) Atlanta, Ga
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The NTSB has been called in to determine the cause of the crash and if the bus driver was speeding.
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6/8 5 pm -- Sources tell 7NEWS a Denver police cadet pulled over the wrong motorist Thursday. The motorist pulled over was an investigator with the District Attorney's Office. Marc Stewart has the story.
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The McMinn County Sheriff is calling for something to be done about a local swimming hole that causes his department a lot of trouble during the summer months. On Tuesday a man drowned after jumping off a tall platform at what the land-owners call The Blue Cove Hideaway. Brianda Martinez says the the swimming hole located off of County Road 116 is becoming quite the popular hangout. "It's all over Facebook and stuff," she said. Sheriff Joe Guy says it's what happens in and around the water that keeps his department busy. "We have had some injuries and some arrests made of people intoxicated and drinking and leaving," he said. "We've had a couple accidents." He says it costs taxpayers each time his department is called out to rescue someone or make those arrests. Just last night Sheriff Guy says his department responded when Warren McLean Dougherty drowned after jumping off a platform meant for the zip line that goes across the lake. "When he climbed up to that cliff the right equipment wasn't there," Guy said. "He just decided he would jump off the cliff into the water as some folks do." He says none of the contraptions the owner appears to have put together for people to swim off of appear safe. "People float around on literally just pieces of junk that have something under them to make them float," Guy said. NewsChannel 9 talked to a woman in the office of the Blue Cove Hideaway. She said she was the wife of the owner. They had no comment, but she did let us shoot this video of the swimming hole. Martinez says her family came here from Dalton Georgia. "We came out to swim and to have a good time," She said. She says she and each of her family members paid $5 and signed this waiver upon arriving. We checked with the County and there was no business license listed for the Blue Cove Hideaway, because they say they are not making more than 3,000 dollars per year. There were around 10 to 20 people swimming throughout the afternoon on Wednesday while NewChannel 9 was on the property. We did some math, and if 20 people pay to swim here every day during the months of May through September, at five dollars each, the business would be making more than 15,000 dollars. Sheriff Guy says his department began having issues here last year, and they have steadily increased since then. Ann Falls works in the McMinn County office which deals with business licensing. Falls told NewsChannel 9 that the owners of Blue Cove Hideway have inquired about whether or not they need a license in the past. She also says the Blue Cove Hideaway has been operating for several years to her knowledge. We do not know when the owners began charging the $5 entrance fee.
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As students return to class, some school districts are releasing dramatic videos to highlight the dangers from drivers who fail to stop for school buses. A growing number of schools are equipping buses with cameras to record violators. Mark Strassmann speaks to families who have been impacted by motorists illegally passing.
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A 37-year-old woman is dead after a drive-by shooting in Alton Park. Police say Monica McMillon was found dead inside her home just after 6 p.m. There were also kids in the house, but she was the only one struck by gunfire. Witnesses say a white vehicle with two black men pulled up next to the home and started shooting. One witness says the McMillon was not the intended target. ____ Chattanooga police say a man shot another man twice in broad daylight at Miller Park. Officers say the two men, who are homeless, were associates. The victim, Darrius Starling, was taken to a hospital with wounds in the arm and hip. He’s expected to survive. Police have charged 47-year-old Anthony Thomas with attempted first degree murder. ____ A Chattanooga defense attorney is arrested on a domestic assault charge. Walter Biggs’ girlfriend reportedly told police that Biggs came home drunk, threw her to the ground, and shut her arm in the fridge, breaking it. Biggs was arrested last year after he allegedly chased and punched a lawyer. He’s also been convicted of DUI. He posted bail and is scheduled to appear in court December 3rd. ____ A Tennessee toddler has died after police say his mom put him under a mattress to discipline him. Authorities say Raven Campbell of Memphis put 2-year-old Jermyle under the mattress for up to 30 minutes. When she moved it, her son wasn’t breathing. She’s charged with first-degree murder. _____ An East Tennessee dentist is wanted in connection with a rape and stabbing of a woman outside a motel. Dr. David William Gary of Sevierville is charged in the attack on a 34-year-old woman at an inn in Knoxville. The woman’s injuries were serious. Police say the dentist may be armed. ____ Volkswagen is now under investigation for tax evasion. German prosecutors say VW received tax breaks for producing low-polluting cars. In reality, more than 11 million of its vehicles included emissions cheating software. ____ The CEO of Hutcheson Medical Center says he’s given up hope the hospital will be saved. On Tuesday a judge denied the hospital’s efforts to keep the doors open for another month. Most of the hospital’s 500 employees will be laid off in the next week. Hutcheson plans to stop accepting patients on Friday. ____ Police say a man broke into a Red Bank home and stabbed the owner. Marlon MeJia-Mendoza was injured in the attack. Police later arrested 22-year-old Deovany Perez. He’s being held on a $175,000 dollar bond. ____ Cafe on the Corner is expected to reopen December 10th. The Lookout Mountain restaurant burned down more than a year ago. Authorities said the fire was accidental, caused by a gas explosion. _____ An arrest has been made in the burglary of the Swiss Heritage Museum in Gruetli-Laager. The Stoker-Stampfli Farm Museum was robbed earlier this month. Hundreds of antiques went missing. Now 27-year-old Tommy J. James is charged in the investigation. Authorities say some of the stolen items were recovered from his home. The investigation is ongoing. ____ A Chattanooga attorney is trying to stop a new apartment building from going up on the North Shore. Work has already started on the 84-unit building at Cherokee Boulevard. But Herbert Thornbury claims the city improperly agreed to allow the developer to use 75 parking spaces for its tenants. ____ The University of Tennessee accidentally sent acceptance letters to 22 people. A spokeswoman says some of the students would not have been admitted. The school says it deeply regrets the mistake.
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http://www.sandyspringsgaduilawyer.com DUI lawyer in Atlanta, Justin Williams is one of the DUI defense attorneys in Fulton County Ga 30363 that represents persons charged with driving under the influence. Call the Williams & Williams Law Firm today. When you've been charged with driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol in Fulton County Ga, call one of the attorneys at The Law Offices of Williams & Williams ASAP. It is very important to remember that being arrested for DUI arrest does not automatically mean that you are guilty. A DUI charge is not just a simple traffic ticket, it has serious and long-term consequences. Even if it's your first time DUI offense, it can lead to probation up to one year, driving school, high fines and even some jail time. Plus, DUI convictions go on your permanent driving record and can affect your chances for future employment or educational opportunities. The Law Offices of Williams and Williams want you to know your choices when it comes to your DUI . There are several defenses for DUI charges. Perhaps the police made a mistake during your arrest such as pulling you over for no reason or failing to read you your rights, we can work to get your charges thrown out. In other circumstances our attorneys argued that the police officer made errors while conducting the sobriety tests and that you were not DUI in the first place. There are many defense strategies that our attorneys use to get the best possible results for our clients. We are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer your questions and start the best defense of your DUI. Call a DUI Lawyer in Today! DUI Lawyer Atlanta | DUI Defense Attorneys Fulton County Ga 30363 | Williams & Williams Law Firm One Glenlake Parkway Suite 700 Atlanta, GA 30328 Phone: 678-259-3428
The brethren evangelizing, passing out tracts, and preaching at the 420 Festival downtown ATL. There is a lot of cursing and hailing satan in these videos. Just after the cameras stopped rolling a party goer who was demon possessed came and assaulted the preacher. The police caught him and he racked up several charges. The preacher did not press charges as Jesus tells us to turn the other cheek and forgive. If that young man ever sees this video I pray he knows he has been forgiven and I pray that he surrenders his life to Christ Jesus!!!
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The crashed killed 18-year-old Morgan Goldman and her 5 and one-year-old nieces.
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Newly released dash cam video shows a 20-minute portion of one man's joy ride in a stolen Miami police cruiser. Subscribe now to CBS Miami for more updates: http://www.youtube.com/user/CBSMiami Official Site: http://miami.cbslocal.com/ YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/CBSMiami Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CBSMiami Twitter: https://twitter.com/CBSMiami
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In 2010, WATE 6 news reporter Hana Kim quotes Kenny Hope -- "I have no motive to kill Jim Miller." His only connection with Miller, Hope said, was during an April 2010 traffic stop. http://www.wate.com/Global/story.asp?S=12842099 _________________________________________________ On 8/15/2012--WVLT channel 8 news, reported that a TBI agent testifying in the Jessica Kennedy murder trial confirmed that a Sheriff's deputy admitted to killing former Monroe Co. Election Commissioner. The agent said Deputy Kenny Hope added that he "burned him (Miller) like the pig he was." Hope may have threatened Miller as well before he was killed. ________________________________________________ (WATE) 6 News reporter Staphanie Beecken, witnessed the same testimony in the Jessica Kennedy murder trial and confirms TBI agent Barry Brakebill's remarks: "Former Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Agent Barry Breakbill took the stand again. This time he was asked about former Monroe County sheriff's Capt. Kenny Hope who said in the past that he shot Miller execution style and burned him." http://www.wate.com/story/19285678/victims-gunshot-wounds-described-in-monroe-county-murder-trial?clienttype=printable __________________________________________________ 8/17/2012--on the witness stand, Brenda Stakely said she had heard Kenny Hope say "he had killed Jim Miller, put him in the trunk, and burned him like the pig he was." Another witness (Jim Plemons), testified that he heard Kenny Hope say how much "he hated Jim Miller and (former sheriff) Doug Watson." __________________________________________________ The forwarding news-link which mentions the TBI agent's shocking comments (see link below) was glitched by WVLT--click on link and it goes to a different news page. The WVLT webmaster said his boss (Aaron Vogel) told him to take the news-link off the WVLT website as soon as he walked into the office, on 8/16/2012. http://www.local8now.com/home/headlines/TBI-agent-Sheriffs-deputy-admitted-to-killing-Jim-Miller-166256026.html ___________________________________________________ A 911 call in August 2010 found Captain Kenny Hope "holding a club and smelling of liquor." http://www.advocateanddemocrat.com/story/20698 MADISONVILLE-A Monroe County Sheriff's captain who was briefly a "person of interest" in the Jim Miller homicide was terminated from his job after he was allegedly found drunk and carrying a club on a Madisonville street Tuesday evening. Madisonville Police Sgt. Chris Kimsey said he was sent to Dyer Street around 7:20 p.m. on a report of a man with a gun in the street. When he arrived, Kimsey allegedly found Capt. Kenny Hope in the street carrying a club, but stating he didn't know anything about a gun. Kimsey said Hope smelled of alcohol and while they were talking a man named Doug Stakely came from a house on Dyer Street wearing a Monroe County Sheriff's cap and a Blount County Sheriff's Office shirt. Kimsey said Stakely, who also smelled of alcohol, told him he had come to a house on Dyer Street to confront some people about an altercation that had happened with his niece the day before. Stakely said he had drunk six beers before he and Hope left with Brenda Stakely. Kimsey said he told Hope and Stakley, no ages or addresses were given for either one, to not return to the house or they would be arrested for trespassing. Hope was briefly looked at as a possible suspect in the Jim Miller killing in July before TBI declared he had nothing to do with the case. Hope was briefly suspended while he was questioned in the case before coming back to the job after he was cleared. TBI officials never said why they felt Hope might be connected to the Miller killing. Hope, who also worked for former Sheriff Doug Watson and the Tellico Plains Police Department, was fired after the Sheriff's Office learned of the incident and conducted an internal investigation. ______________________________________________________________ While as a suspect in 2010, Captain Kenny Hope vented his anger (on his Robert Kenny Hope faceBook account), towards those he believed were the cause of him being unjustly investigated: one of his most 'bizarre' comments is an all upper case rant, without any punctuation. "FALSE PROPHETS HAVE GOT ME IN QUESTIONING ON A MURDER CASE I HAVE A PROBLEM WITH POLITICS DIRTY DIRTY TRICK THE LYING MAFIA IS TRYING THEIR BEST TO MAKE ME LOOK LIKE A MURDERER BUT I CAN ACCOUNT FOR WHERE I WAS AT ITS JUST REVENGEFUL POLITICS FOR THE RESULTS OF THE LAST SHERIFF'S RACE BUT GOD KNOWS THE TRUTH AND YOU DO TOO MAFIA START YOUR RUMORS BUT WE ALL KNOW WHO STARTED THESE RUMORS."
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Police body cam video shows former NFL quarterback Donovan McNabb being questioned by officers for DUI last month. Lab tests later showed McNabb had a blood alcohol level of 0.17 -- more than twice the legal limit. (July 15) Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress Get updates and more Breaking News here: http://smarturl.it/APBreakingNews The Associated Press is the essential global news network, delivering fast, unbiased news from every corner of the world to all media platforms and formats. AP’s commitment to independent, comprehensive journalism has deep roots. Founded in 1846, AP has covered all the major news events of the past 165 years, providing high-quality, informed reporting of everything from wars and elections to championship games and royal weddings. AP is the largest and most trusted source of independent news and information. Today, AP employs the latest technology to collect and distribute content - we have daily uploads covering the latest and breaking news in the world of politics, sport and entertainment. Join us in a conversation about world events, the newsgathering process or whatever aspect of the news universe you find interesting or important. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress http://www.ap.org/ https://plus.google.com/+AP/ https://www.facebook.com/APNews https://twitter.com/AP
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2 Rivers Multimedia filmed and produced this re-enactment of a Mock DUI Crash. Together, the Colorado River Fire Rescue, Garfield County Sheriff's Office, Grand River Health, local police, Coroner, Coal Ridge and Rifle High Schools participated in this Mock DUI. The goal of this video production is to bring awareness to the harsh reality of driving under the influence and the lives it destroys. Also touching on mixing prescription drugs with alcohol, wearing a seatbelt and smoking marijuana.
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A pregnant woman died after a police inspector allegedly kicked a two-wheeler while chasing the couple for a traffic violation on March 07 evening. Both the deceased Usha and her husband Dharmaraj were natives of Sulamangalam in Thanjavur. They were on their way to Tiruchy when a police team conducting a routine vehicle check asked them to stop. As the bike rider, who was not wearing helmet, did not stop, inspector Kamaraj gave them a chase on his bike. Dharmaraj tried to speed up but reportedly lost balance and the couple fell down. While Usha died on the spot, Dharmaraj sustained severe injuries. Hundreds of people gathered at the spot while the inspector fled the scene. Some locals alleged the inspector kicked their bike, a charge denied by the police. However, higher officials said they would go through CCTV camera recordings in the area to ascertain the facts. Superintendent of Police P Cephas Kalyan later said the inspector has been arrested. Traffic on the Tiruchy-Thanjavur National Highway was affected for more than three hours.
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Weidner Law Appeals Series This oral argument video is on the case: 3DCA 11-1469 - Carl Gonzalez vs The State of Florida Weidner Law represents consumers in legal actions and provides consultations within a wide range of legal actions. Practice areas include consumer law, bankruptcy, foreclosure defense, veteran and servicemember claims and estate planning. The law firm also represents litigants in state and federal court appeals. Matt Weidner and the attorneys of Weidner Law practice only in the state of Florida. Visit our Website: http://mattweidnerlaw.com Visit our Youtube Channel: Matthew Weidner Weidner Law 250 Mirror Lake North St. Petersburg, Florida 33701 727-954-8752
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Sweetwater Tennessee Fire Department Dispatched To Vehicle Crash With Injuries
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The oversight agency asked APD to compare its crashes to departments similar in size. The report was due Thursday night but APD’s data analyst didn't have it. Subscribe to KOAT on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1jocB9r Get more Albuquerque news: http://koat.com Like us: http://facebook.com/KOAT7 Follow us: http://twitter.com/KOATLiveUpdates Google+: http://plus.google.com/+koat
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Click here to watch great FREE Movies & TV: http://filmrise.com In this episode of “America’s Dumbest Criminals,” we’ll witness a man wearing a useless disguise, a criminal who forgot to bring a gun to a shootout, and a not-so-sharp thief who put an antique knife in his pocket. Crime is no laughing matter, except when the criminals are bumbling fools. This show looked at breaking the law through a humorous lens. The show is hosted by Debbie Alan and Daniel Butler. In its fourth season, the show has since abandoned its newscast format and evolved into a more traditional, studio audience clip show in the spirit of “America’s Funniest Home Videos.”
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A prominent Niota businessman accused of giving underage girls drugs and then having sex with them will appear in court today. 44-year-old Terry Lynn Hayes is the owner of a chain of excavating and heavy equipment companies. An FBI agent said Hayes had photos of two girls on his cell phone. They were 14 and 15 years old, each posing in sexual positions. Agent Scott Barker said the 14-year-old was given Xanex and cocaine before having sex with Hayes. The next day, she was reportedly found disoriented in Dayton, Tennessee. But two area officials have vouched for Hayes. Both Dunlap mayor George Land and Dayton vice mayor Steve Randolph say they've never known Hayes to be a danger to anybody. Hayes' hearing to request pretrial release is set for 3 p.m. today.
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