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There’s a reason this happened in NYC.

An unarmed Army National Guardsman was pulled over on a Queens highway and shot to death by an NYPD officer from an elite unit today — and the DA now is probing the incident that the victim’s friend is calling a case of police “road rage.”

Noel Polanco, 22, had his hands on the steering wheel of his 2012 Honda Fit moments before Detective Hassan Hamdy shot him once in the torso, a woman sitting in the front passenger seat told police, NYPD spokesman Paul Browne said.

Reading the article it appears the officer had no reason to treat the stop as a felony stop.  He then broke two rules obviously and put a round into the driver.  Yup, still think the cops are out to protect and serve.  They’re out to merely protect their own ass if they’re protecting anyone.

Odds are the officer won’t be fired and if anything will receive “training”.  I have a feeling the training is really, “How to frame the situation better in your favor.”

The reason I say it happened in NYC, is here in free America they would be afraid of people in the car being armed and shooting back after the first shot.

State Sponsored Criminal #425:  Hassan Hamdy

Because if you’re a cop and someone cuts you off, pull him over and shoot him.  If anyone asks what happened say he shot himself!*

*Yes, read the article, the officer told his friends that the driver shot himself…

SSCC #370 Update–NYPD

After Mayor Numb Nut decided to tout how great his officers were and how they are the only ones that should be anointed with the ability to carry firearms, barring even the national guard, I felt this update was fitting.

A former NYPD officer was sentenced to 15 and a half years in prison for stealing firearms from his fellow officers to sell to a drug ring.

But that’s all sorts of impossible given the fact that firearms are heavily regulated and he has stated that his officers are special!  If it was all a misunderstanding and this man was truly and upright and just LEO wouldn’t the jury have found him not guilty?

State Sponsored Criminal #370: Nicholas Mina

Because only the NYPD should have guns, that way the criminals all work for the same person.

SSCC #435&#436: NYPD

The Brooklyn DA and NYPD Internal Affairs are investigating cops caught on tape beating a man wrongly suspected of trespassing in a Crown Heights synagogue, authorities said yesterday.

So the security guard screwed up and called police when he really didn’t need to.  However this is how the cops behaved upon showing up:

To put the icing on the cake.  Here is how the department has responded to the behavior of the officers.

NYPD spokesman Paul Browne said one of the cops involved, a 49-year-old man, “has been placed on modified assignment.”

Yup, business as usual for our anointed overlords.  When they say “To Protect and Serve” they really just are leaving off the hidden word at the end, “Themselves.”

State Sponsored Criminal #435: John Doe

#436: John Doe

Because by all means beat the hell out of someone without actually talking to them first.

SSCC #149-153 – NYPD

Looks like Bloomberg has another loophole to close, called the NYPD loophole.

Five New York Police Department officers smuggled firearms and slot machines they thought were stolen and some even used bolt cutters to pilfer hundreds of boxes of cigarettes from tractor-trailer trucks as part of a 12-person theft ring that was under federal surveillance the entire time, authorities said Tuesday.

Since these officers were caught in a sting operation should I really count them.  The answer is an unequivocal yes.

Arresting fellow law enforcers in a corruption case “is a heartbreaking thing,” Bharara added.

It should be the opposite of heartbreaking.  The reason being is that law enforcement should be leading by example and that anyone willing to violate the law should be held equally accountable.  If Officer Joe Bob, and Plumber Joe Bob should receive the exact same treatment under the law and the prosecutor should feel no pain whatsoever about holding them accountable.  If there’s so many laws that officers are regularly breaking them, maybe the should be pulled off the books if they’re not really there for the public good.

State Sponsored Criminal Count 149: William Masso

150:  John Doe #1

151:  John Doe #2

152:  John Doe #3

153:  John Doe #4

Because smuggling guns is only legal if you’re the ATF or get their permission first.  In that case the guns need to be going to Mexican drug cartels too.

h/t Uncle.

SSCC #157 – NYPD

The unsealed indictments contained more than 1,600 criminal counts, the bulk of them misdemeanors having to do with making tickets disappear as favors for friends, relatives and others with clout. But they also outlined more serious crimes, related both to ticket-fixing and drugs, grand larceny and unrelated corruption. Four of the officers were charged with helping a man get away with assault.

How messed up is that.  Remember we’re all equal under the law unless you know some body.  They’re caught though, how is this really a fully sponsored criminal I hear you ask.  Well for starters they haven’t all been fired yet.  Second:

A three-year investigation into the police’s habit of fixing traffic and parking tickets in the Bronx ended in the unsealing of indictments on Friday and a stunning display of vitriol by hundreds of off-duty officers, who converged on the courthouse to applaud their accused colleagues and denounce their prosecution.

All I can say is fire them.  Fire every last stinking one of them.  Unequal application of the law is the first sign of tyrrany.  They felt that the law didn’t apply to their family or friends as it does apply to the rest of the public.

State Sponsored Criminal Count 157: NYPD – This is a blanket because they feel it’s their right to do this.  There’s too damn many to count.

Because being a police officer means not only do you enforce the law, but you decide who the law applies to.


An NYPD officer has been arrested in connection with a months-long firearms trafficking investigation after he allegedly stole guns from his precinct to be sold on the street and arranged drug buys while on duty, authorities said.

Remember this is New York City where only the anointed are worthy of carrying firearms and even then ownership is difficult.  Given these facts and he was obviously supplying arms to criminals to prey upon those disarmed by the state, it counts.

State Sponsored Criminal #370: Nicholas Mina

Because when you have a drug habit and are a cop, that just means you have a ready supply of stuff to sell on the black market.


I saw this last week and I kept trying to come up with something to put with it and then a reader bumped it to me over the weekend.  This one is just disturbing in so many ways.

A New York City police officer who allegedly planned to kidnap, cook and eat as many 100 women has been arrested following a joint NYPD and FBI investigation.

This one makes the count because of the following:

Gilberto Valle III, of Forest Hills, Queens, was charged with one count of conspiracy to commit kidnapping, according to a federal criminal complaint, as well was using the National Crime Information Center database to access unauthorized data.

This is why I have serious issues with databases created even with the most noble of intentions.  Just because the intent is good at the beginning or even the majority of users doesn’t mean that it cannot be turned by one individual set upon evil.  The details are just sickening.

It makes me wonder if he came across this(NSFW, Not Safe For Work, seriously do NOT click at work!  What can I say? GBC has corrupted me.) and didn’t realize that was all fake.

This is disturbing and sickening on so many levels.

State Sponsored Criminal #444: Gilberto Valle

Because the state exists to enable criminals and cannibals to find their unwitting victims to prey upon.

via Lone Wanderer for the reminder.

SSCC #344 – NYPD

Via Ry comes another instance of sheer stupidity that evidently is business as usual and nothing significant.

But within minutes, he said, one of the two officers became enraged —
and the judge became his target. The officer screamed and cursed at the
onlookers, some of whom were complaining about what they said was his
violent treatment of the suspect, and then he focused on Justice
Raffaele, who was wearing a T-shirt and jeans. The judge said the
officer rushed forward and, using the upper edge of his hand, delivered a
sharp blow to the judge’s throat that was like what he learned when he
was trained in hand-to-hand combat in the Army.

After reading the article it makes me think that the onlookers probably had reason to be upset with the officer.  The officers biggest mistake was striking anyone without cause.  But see, in New York, officers can assault anyone they want for any reason they want.  Don’t believe me?

The episode, Friday morning just after midnight — in which the judge
says his initial complaint about the officer was dismissed by a
sergeant, the ranking supervisor at the scene — is now the focus of
investigations by the police Internal Affairs Bureau and the
Civilian Complaint Review Board.

The civilian review board might be able to accomplish something but I doubt it. 

Deputy Commissioner Paul J. Browne, the Police Department’s chief
spokesman, said in an e-mail that all force complaints, whether they
involve serious injuries or not, are referred to the Civilian Complaint
Review Board, an independent agency that investigates allegations of
police misconduct that does not rise to the level of a crime. The
department’s Internal Affairs Bureau investigates complaints of
excessive force that involve serious injuries.

“In this instance,” he said, Internal Affairs “is reviewing the
complaint because it was brought to its attention by the judge, not
because of the level of injury.”

So in other words, your officers can commit assault with impunity unless they severely injure their victim.  It’s no wonder why officers dislike people with video cameras.  It helps prove assault when they don’t cause permanent injury.  Too bad it doesn’t appear that the department would actually do anything about it.

State Sponsored Criminal #344: John Doe

Because being a cop means that when you’re in the ‘roid rage’ you can beat the hell out of and threaten whoever you want.  Even a sitting a judge.*

*Note I don’t think they should get any different treatment than the rest of the general populace.  However when even the judge isn’t getting traction to deal with the issue, you know there’s a serious problem.