Herschel: Cop Given Pass For Shooting Innocent Man In His Own Home

Herschel takes the lash to both the cop and the concept.

Until the mindset that produced this homicide is eradicated, there can be no rational trust of police officers.


7 responses to “Herschel: Cop Given Pass For Shooting Innocent Man In His Own Home

  1. “No clearly established federal law gave clear and fair notice that Deputy [Richard] Sylvester’s conduct was unlawful.”

    So the Court says, no one has shown them a Federal Law which forbids Policemen from killing citizens in their own home.

    Well, I spoze we need a new law!

    One commenter made a good point. If in this situation, tell them no. Go quiet. Assume a tactical posture. If they go away, fine. If they bust in, deal with them the way you would any home invader, kill them all.

    From the policeman’s perspective, this happened because the home owner didn’t assume a submissive posture. He failed to render obeisance. He had the unmitigated gall to come to the door armed within his own home, like a free man. He was dealt with according to doctrine.

    Cop doctrine, folks, says that anyone who is not a cop is a terrorist / criminal / bad guy, until such time as he has proved to the policeman’s satisfaction that he is not. If any mere mortal citizen fails to grovel and whimper in the policeman’s presence, he is committing an offensive act and may be engaged with such force as the policeman deems appropriate.

    YOU, think and act accordingly.

  2. Dan Morgan

    We are one step closer to the implementation of rule .308.

  3. Only a rotten evil copsucker would support the poLICE. They are by far the biggest threat to you and your families life and freedom. It never ends with these puddles of warm piss. Only a retarded lowlife would continue to stand behind these buckets of puke…

    Here are the five reports of police misconduct tracked for Thursday, March 30, 2017:

    Milwaukee, Wisconsin: A now-former officer was sentenced to 12 years in prison after he pled no contest to enticement of a minor for having sexual contact with a 16-year-old girl and getting her to send him provocative pictures. The incident happened while he was a police officer, though he had already retired from the force when the case was opened. The case was brought after his wife found the pictures at home. During allocution, he apologized to the “victims,” so it is possible though unclear there may have been other minors involved. ow.ly/zIrU30aoNDV
    Brunswick, Georgia: An officer was arrested for making threats against a man who was appearing in an assault case against the officer’s relative. The officer was in uniform at the time of the alleged incident. ow.ly/9iae30aoUyY
    Update: Revere, Massachusetts (First reported 01-20-17): An officer resigned after he was charged with abusing his girlfriend’s child. The girlfriend is also an officer in the department and has been charged in the case, but she remains suspended for allegedly covering up her boyfriend’s abuse. ow.ly/lt3H30aoVLl
    Wayne County, Ohio: A deputy pled guilty to aggravated assault against a jail inmate. The original sexual battery charges were dropped in exchange for the plea. ow.ly/2hZB30aoXn2
    Orlando, Florida: An officer won’t face criminal charges for sexual battery of woman while he was on duty. The district attorney released a statement that said while sexual contact could be proven, coercion could not be proven beyond a reasonable doubt. The officer remains on leave during an internal investigation into the incident. ow.ly/gsEv30aoYC6

    Here are the eight reports of police misconduct tracked for Wednesday, March 29, 2017:

    Update: Pittsfield, Massachusetts (First reported 12-02-15): A now-former officer was sentenced to 20 months in prison and three years’ probation after pleading guilty to larceny and theft of roughly $200,000 from the police union. ow.ly/zHgV30amKA9
    New York, New York: A now-former officer pled guilty to misdemeanor assault for breaking into an apartment off duty and striking a woman there approximately 20 times. He was sentenced to three years’ probation. ow.ly/qXFX30amRkg
    Update: Southport, North Carolina (First reported 01-07-14 officer acquitted in May for fatally shooting mentally ill teen; remains on unpaid suspension ow.ly/jleL30amROy
    Rowley, Massachusetts: An officer was found responsible for texting while driving, a civil offense. A criminal leaving the scene of an accident charge was dropped and he is now back on duty. ow.ly/45DW30amSz2
    Immigration and Customs Enforcement: Agents shot and wounded a 53-year-old legal resident during a raid on a home in Chicago. The family says the man was unarmed. ow.ly/RRCo30an5Vy
    Johnson County, Arkansas: A deputy has been suspended while he is under investigation by state police. The nature of the investigation was not disclosed. ow.ly/IBsX30an6yO
    Update: Iberia Parish, Louisiana: Seven now-former deputies who pled guilty and cooperated with federal authorities against the sheriff in a department-wide scandal were sentenced. The terms ranged from six months to four-and-half years. The sheriff, Louis Ackal, was acquitted at trial. The sentencing judge said, “In over 30 years on the bench, I have never liked sentencing, and [giving] these are the worst….The best I can say is you had lousy leadership. I’m restrained to say anything further.” Three other deputies also pled guilty but await sentencing due to other circumstances. One other deputy is slated to stand trial in the coming months. ow.ly/UQYk30anqj4
    Lake County, Florida: Two deputies were terminated after covering up accidental tasering of a school employee, who broke his wrist when he fell from the shock. ow.ly/y5Lm30antTn

    Here are the six reports of police misconduct tracked for Tuesday, March 28, 2017:

    Mendota Heights, Minnesota: An officer was suspended for one month for abusing a driver database for non-professional use. This is the officer’s third disciplinary suspension. ow.ly/rtCY30ajLXV
    Walton County, Florida: A deputy was arrested for domestic violence. ow.ly/pO5w30ajLZY
    Logan County, Oklahoma: A deputy arrested was for DUI and possession of a firearm while intoxicated. He was off duty at the time of the incident. ow.ly/FMla30akk1k
    Update: New York, New York: The officer who fatally shot Ramarley Graham, an unarmed black teen, resigned in lieu of termination after an administrative trial for the incident. ow.ly/KCXO30akRCr
    Albuquerque, New Mexico: A review board recommended suspending an officer who accidentally shot a man. The panel suggested an 88-hour suspension. ow.ly/7hYt30akTPC
    Purcell, Oklahoma: An officer was charged with reckless conduct with a firearm for shooting a dog from the motorcycle he was riding. He claimed was running toward him; the dog survived but had a paw amputated and other injuries. ow.ly/ftIH30alFQm

    Here are the 12 reports of police misconduct tracked for Monday, March 27, 2017:

    Update: Marksville, Louisiana (First reported 11-09-15): A now-former deputy was found guilty of manslaughter and attempted manslaughter for fatally shooting a six-year-old boy and wounding his father by shooting into the car they were in after a vehicle pursuit. His former partner will stand trial separately. ow.ly/dJEY30ah0FD
    Northeastern Regional Police (Pennsylvania): An officer pled guilty to a traffic violation and paid a fine for fatally striking a pedestrian. ow.ly/x2RZ30ai1z6
    New York, New York: A detective was arrested for fondling and exposing himself outside of the windows of strangers. ow.ly/HLfx30ai346
    Gresham, Oregon: An officer pled guilty to misconduct for exposing himself to co-workers while he was on duty. He retired and surrendered his law enforcement certification. ow.ly/3bIX30ai3FZ
    Update: Broward County, Florida (First reported 10-17-14): A deputy was found not guilty for allegedly demanding oral sex in exchange for letting a probation violator go. He is now seeking three years of back pay. ow.ly/R2fe30ai69t
    Gwinnett County, Georgia: Two deputies were charged—one with theft and the other with receiving stolen property—for taking undisclosed property from the county. ow.ly/66yb30ai7g0
    New York, New York: An officer was arrested for drunk driving after striking three parked cars while he was off duty. ow.ly/FP0U30ai83z
    New Mexico State Police: An officer was charged with aggravated DWI for hitting two parked cars and flipping his vehicle while he was off duty. He resigned. ow.ly/1XoP30ai8vH
    Chicopee, Massachusetts: An officer was suspended for five days for being belligerently drunk while representing the department in a St. Patrick’s Day parade. ow.ly/tPLX30ai9bv
    Update: Pasco, Washington (First reported 05-1415): An officer was acquitted of third-degree rape and fourth-degree sexual assault for an off-duty incident with a relative. ow.ly/3KxG30aia36
    Update: Louisville, Kentucky (First reported 10-04-16): An officer was found guilty of misconduct but acquitted of terroristic threatening for pulling a gun on a driver who hit his car. ow.ly/o9mu30aiayi
    Lincoln County, North Carolina: An officer was fired after a domestic incident at his home during which a shot was fired. It is not clear whether the officer was at fault in the incident or whether he shot the gun. ow.ly/hJyb30aibzd

    Here are the eleven reports of police misconduct tracked for Friday, March 24, 2017:

    Update: Mobile County, Alabama (First reported 03-14-17): A deputy was fired after he was observed buying drugs while he was off duty. ow.ly/4WhX30adCag
    Prince George’s County, Maryland: An officer was arrested for DUI after an off-duty crash in his cruiser. ow.ly/J8zJ30adFvc
    Update: Palm Beach County, Florida (First reported 12-28-16): A now-former deputy pled guilty to federal fraud charges related to using a law enforcement database for an identity theft scheme. ow.ly/AH6i30adPr8
    Update: Tremonton, Utah (First reported 04-07-14): A now-former officer pled guilty to federal child pornography charge for enticing a 16-year-old girl to send him explicit photographs. He was previously charged on the local level for the offense and was sentenced to probation and community service for the acts. He is scheduled to be sentenced in the present case on June 8. ow.ly/DDzM30adSZD
    Waterford Township, Michigan: An officer was fired and charged with domestic violence and third-degree criminal sexual conduct against his wife. ow.ly/R3b330adU3Q
    Bartow, Florida: An officer was fired after the prosecutor informed the department that she could not be called as a reliable witness in court, making her an ineffective officer. She initially came under scrutiny after she posted racist comments on her facebook page. ow.ly/P78T30aequi
    Pointe Coupee Parish, Louisiana: A deputy was fired and charged with payroll fraud and official malfeasance for logging bogus work details. ow.ly/78Fu30adYzU
    Update: Mt. Pleasant, Pennsylvania (First reported 02-02-16): An officer awaiting trial for raping one woman has new charges added for alleged actions against four other victims. ow.ly/Fxhm30adZzg
    Prince George’s County, Maryland: An officer was arrested for assault. He allegedly punched a cuffed detainee who spat in his face. ow.ly/GTGk30aeJ76
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: An officer was arrested for abusing his personal dog and abandoning it in a trash bag. The dog has since recovered and has been adopted. ow.ly/iBvp30ae0en
    Canton, Ohio: An officer was arrested for OVI for sleeping in a running car after getting drunk on St. Patrick’s Day. ow.ly/pz8Q30ae1Tb

    and on, and on, and on, and on…

    Do you understand yet? These criminals in blue clown suits are living the life of Riley on the backs of the working class who also happen to be their favorite victims.


  4. I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again. Until the husbands, sons, brothers and uncles start standing up……..until they decide their blood means more than a comfortable life in suburbia……talk to the hand ’cause I ain’t listenin’.

  5. POd American

    Again and again he’s spot on….thanks for the posting.

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