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Weed doesn't turn you into a raging maniac though. Its makes you calm and hungry. Everyone knows that.

They aint even trying. They should have said he was hopped up on Red Bull or something.
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Originally posted by CLCNY20 CLCNY20 wrote:

thepeoplesrecord:

New Orleans PD shoots unarmed black man in the head, doesn’t report incident for 2 days
August 17, 2014

While most of the nation’s attention has been focused on the police shooting deaths of unarmed African Americans around the country — most notably Michael Brown and Ezell Ford — one story managed to slip under the media’s radar. News of a young African-American man shot in the head by a New Orleans police officer on Monday managed to go unreported because the police department never released details about the shooting.



he is cuteEmbarrassed

oh boy, I was fvcking wrong. Kill Blacks Open Season is still on:

Officer involved in Monday shooting had body cam turned off


NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) -

An officer who was involved in a Monday shooting that left a man hospitalized turned off her body camera just before the incident.

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New Orleans police said Officer Lisa Lewis got into a fight with a man during a traffic stop on Mimosa Court in Algiers. During the altercation, she shot 26-year-old Armand Bennet in the forehead.

Bennet's attorney, Nandi Campbell, said her client never resisted, and she claims the officer fired a second shot at her client as he ran away.

The officer's attorney countered that Lewis had turned her body camera off because her shift was about to end and she was on her way back to the Fourth District station when she initiated the traffic stop that led to the shooting.

"What good is the camera if officers are able to take them off and just put them on the side?" Campbell asked. "There's supposed to be some sort of checks and balances, so if we have an officer who has no problems shooting at a man two times. Why should I be surprised that she took the camera off? I'm not surprised at all."

It's unclear yet if there's any other video from the scene.

"We want the officers to wear body cameras when they're engaged with somebody in the public, and we know many times that is going to happen and sometimes things happen very fast and they might not be able to," according to NOPD Chief Ronal Serpas. "But I don't know yet. I haven't seen this case."

Serpas said Lewis and the suspect had gotten into a scuffle a week before Monday's incident, and Bennett got away. He said that prompted the NOPD to issue four different warrants for Bennet, which led to Monday's stop.

The shooting and the events that led up to it are under investigation.

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so the body camera is a great idea, the problem is when a cop turns it off, hurts a civilian, and nothing happens to the cop. this b!tch needs to be fired. I am glad he survived.
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Originally posted by sexyandfamous sexyandfamous wrote:

so the body camera is a great idea, the problem is when a cop turns it off, hurts a civilian, and nothing happens to the cop. this b!tch needs to be fired. I am glad he survived.

if it is law that they should wear it
them turning it off would be breaking it
and they should be punished for it 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote K_Camille Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug 18 2014 at 1:23pm
Originally posted by AwesomeAries AwesomeAries wrote:

Originally posted by sexyandfamous sexyandfamous wrote:

so the body camera is a great idea, the problem is when a cop turns it off, hurts a civilian, and nothing happens to the cop. this b!tch needs to be fired. I am glad he survived.

if it is law that they should wear it
them turning it off would be breaking it
and they should be punished for it 

They've already made excuses for them turning it off..they stick by their rogue cops..

"We want the officers to wear body cameras when they're engaged with somebody in the public, and we know many times that is going to happen and sometimes things happen very fast and they might not be able to," according to NOPD Chief Ronal Serpas. "But I don't know yet. I haven't seen this case."


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Originally posted by Alias_Avi Alias_Avi wrote:

Officer Wilson's account as told by a close female friend, apparently

Originally posted by Alias_Avi Alias_Avi wrote:

Was this posted?


guilty, we got a rambo cop on our hands
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote sexyandfamous Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug 18 2014 at 1:31pm
Ok... so they shot this man last Monday, same day Ezell Ford was shot, but it was only released on Wednesday, probably because they were mad that he survived. So black men now may be killed and the police won't call ambulance, they will call "crowd control" or request assistance for officer to cover up.

Here is some more, the young man will be charged on several things:


Serpas apologizes for late release of officer-involved shooting information


NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) -

New Orleans Police Superintendent Ronal Serpas said the late release of information about an officer-involved shooting was a "snafu" and mistake on the part of the police department, for which he accepts full responsibility.

Officer Lisa Lewis fired a weapon during a traffic stop Monday, striking suspect Armand Bennett, 26, in the head. Serpas the shots were fired following a scuffle between the two. However, the NOPD did not disclose the shooting to the public until Wednesday evening.

Citing the ongoing investigation, Serpas declined to be specific about the sequence of events, but he did say the traffic stop was initiated based on outstanding warrants stemming from a previous incident between Lewis and the suspect in which the suspect resisted arrest and escaped.

Attorney Nandi Campbell, who represents Bennett, disputes Serpas' account of how both incidents unfolded. Campbell says her client has never been convicted of a crime. 

Monday's shooting happened in the 3700 block of Mimosa Court in Algiers at 1:20 a.m.

Bennett has been in the hospital for the past two days, but his injuries are not life-threatening, police said. Upon his release he will booked with five outstanding warrants, including illegal possession of a weapon, resisting an officer charges in Gretna and Orleans, possession of marijuana and criminal damage to property. There may be additional charges stemming from Monday's incident.

Officer Lewis sustained a minor hand injury, and was treated and released from the hospital, a police spokesperson said.

Serpas said he signed off on the release of information Monday, but it was never made public.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote AmandaKay Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug 18 2014 at 1:35pm
Originally posted by K_Camille K_Camille wrote:

Originally posted by AwesomeAries AwesomeAries wrote:

Originally posted by sexyandfamous sexyandfamous wrote:

so the body camera is a great idea, the problem is when a cop turns it off, hurts a civilian, and nothing happens to the cop. this b!tch needs to be fired. I am glad he survived.

if it is law that they should wear it
them turning it off would be breaking it
and they should be punished for it 

They've already made excuses for them turning it off..they stick by their rogue cops..

"We want the officers to wear body cameras when they're engaged with somebody in the public, and we know many times that is going to happen and sometimes things happen very fast and they might not be able to," according to NOPD Chief Ronal Serpas. "But I don't know yet. I haven't seen this case."



Off topic, Serpas retired today as police chief. NOPD is short on man power and Louisiana State Troopers have been filling in the gaps since the Bourbon Street shooting. And since then this also happened, but the case was dropped.

Local musician says state police pulled him from vehicle, threatened him





NEW ORLEANS – A local musician says he was on his way home from a gig when state troopers pulled him over, threatened him with a gun, pulled him out of his car, and took him to the ground, then released him.

It happened around 2 a.m. last Wednesday near the intersection of Caffin Avenue and Chartres Street in the Lower 9th Ward.

Louisiana State Police say they were in the area to search for an inmate who escaped from their custody while he was being processed at NOPD’s 8th District police station.

Eyewitness video from the incident shows multiple state police cars blocking the street and troopers knocking on doors.

Local musician Shamarr Allen says he saw the blockade after dropping off a friend after a show, so he turned around. That’s when his night took a turn for the worse.

“They got behind me and put their lights on. I pulled over as usual thinking it was a regular traffic stop and police were like, ‘Get out of the car. Turn the car off, put your hands up.’ I put my hands up,” said Allen. “Before I could get out of the car, one officer grabbed my hand, and pulled my hand all the way behind my back like to the window of the car. Another police officer walked up to the car, ‘You move one time, I'm going to blow your head off.’”

Allen said the trooper put a gun in his face. Then, he says state police pulled him from the car, took him to the ground, scratching his arms and legs.

“One of them is stepping on my face, literally, holding me down, put handcuffs on me,” said Allen.

Allen said state troopers held him for a nerve wracking 20 to 30 minutes. But once they ran his records, they simply let him go.

“In my head I'm like, ‘Maybe this is how it's going to end for me,’” said Allen.

State police say because Allen turned away from the blockade, they saw his actions as suspicious and wanted to make sure he was not the escaped inmate. Troopers pulled Allen over, approached him with guns drawn, took him from his car and took him to the ground, in a controlled manner, before handcuffing him, said Lt. J.B. Slaton, state police public affairs executive officer. Once they identified that he was not the escaped inmate, they released him.

Troopers say their actions were justified and that dash cam video shows they did not put a gun in Allen's face, step on Allen’s face, or use excessive force.

“The driver, later identified as Mr. Allen, was uncooperative, didn't identify himself when the troopers asked. He didn't show the troopers his hands. He had his hands in the location where the troopers didn't know if there were any weapons present,” said Slaton.

“I didn't resist, I didn't fight back, I didn't tell them I wasn't doing anything,” Allen responded.

The 33-year-old trumpet player has performed around the world, even playing for President Barack Obama. He has a clean record and is a role model for youth.

But he said it's not the first time he's been pulled over and released. This time was simply the worst.

“That's just, again, the life of a black guy, that looks like me, dresses like me, talks like me,” said Allen.

State police say they have tried to reach out to Allen since the incident, through his public relations specialist, but have yet to hear back.

Allen said state police have not contacted him, although he says NOPD heard about the incident and asked him to file a complaint with the Public Integrity Bureau to be forwarded to state police. Slaton says state police will only investigate first-person complaints.

Now, Allen said he just wants an apology. He's planning to file a formal complaint.

Eyewitness News has filed a public records request for the dash cam video from the incident and is awaiting a response.

An earlier version of this story stated that guns were not drawn. Troopers drew their guns, but never put them in Allen's face, according to a state police spokesman. WWLTV regrets the error. 

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Originally posted by Miss B Miss B wrote:

Weed doesn't turn you into a raging maniac though. Its makes you calm and hungry. Everyone knows that.

They aint even trying. They should have said he was hopped up on Red Bull or something.

They shoulda sprinkled some PCP on em.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (2) Thanks(2)   Quote AmandaKay Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug 18 2014 at 1:42pm
Also in N.O. news,

The cop the burner the body of man after Hurricane Katrina was found guilty. But the officer that shot him, David Warren, was found not guilty and said he had no regrets and would do it again. The other officer involved, Travis McCabe, was reinstated and received backpay. 

Just wanted to contribute that info into the information bank. 


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