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Not a young man either. Scum.

Police officers routinely lie to members of the public; they also perjure themselves in court. Normally, judges side routinely with them as I know from personal experience. But not this time. Nice one, Your Honour!

This pre-recorded hangout was created and uploaded December 31, 2021 and is devoted solely to Sarah Ransome and the former Virginia Roberts. This was two days after the conviction of Ghishaine Maxwell two days earlier in a New York Federal courtroom.

I discussed the four narratives of prostitution then played a news clip that reported on the conviction of a grooming gang in England followed by a clip of the former Virginia Roberts choking up for the camera. I played another clip - one I’ve used in another of my videos – of the same odious woman admitting procuring underage girls for Epstein. I went on to defend Prince Andrew before playing another, somewhat longer clip of sweet Virginia. This was followed by a short discussion of agency citing the Slender Man case and Rosemary West.

I discussed the case of Sarah Ransome and quoted from an article that discusses her contribution to the documentary “Filthy Rich”. I then debunked some of the conspiracy mongering around this case.

This pre-recorded hangout was created December 2, 2021 and uploaded the following day. It is a potpourri including discussions of Bill Cosby/Gloria Allred; the Peng Shui case; the lunatic Tara Reade; Anisa Ahmed, who appealed her sentence though not her conviction; the possibly false historical allegations against Jack Strain; and various other cases mostly from the news.

A news clip is included from a recent American case, the exoneration of Anthony Broadwater – a miscarriage of justice rather than a false allegation.

I devoted considerable space to the Ghislaine Maxwell case – she is currently on trial.


This one is self-explanatory.

This guy has a track record for this sort of thing and then some.

Special prosecutor: No charges for ex-officer Jeremy Dear in fatal shooting

Special prosecutors have determined, for a second time, that former Albuquerque Police Department officer Jeremy Dear should not face charges for the high-profile fatal shooting of a 19-year-old woman in 2014.

Dear shot and killed Mary Hawkes following a foot chase through southeast Albuquerque after police linked her to a stolen truck. Police officers found a gun next to Hawkes’ body, although an attorney for her family has maintained that it’s possible it was placed there or moved.

The special prosecutors, Chris Shultz and Reynaldo Montaño, pushed back on that theory in a 32-page letter of findings to APD Chief Michael Geier, saying “there is no physical evidence, or eye-witness testimony, that would contravene, or render implausible, Officer Dear’s assertion that Hawkes pointed a gun directly at him at close range.”

Official report here:

Deanna Jo Robinson was found not guilty of a charge of interference with child custody.

Testimony during a trial Tuesday in the 354th District Court revealed Robinson was never formally served with the court order that was the focus of the indictment, prior to her arrest in March 2015 which was the subject of a widely-circulated video.

The Hunt County grand jury issued the indictment in October 2015, while at the same time issuing a "no bill" concerning a Hunt County Sheriff’s deputy on an allegation of aggravated assault against Robinson. The grand jury also returned a no-bill naming Robinson on a charge of assault on a public servant, for allegedly attacking the deputy.

An El Reno grandmother has agreed to a financial settlement in the federal lawsuit she filed after police shocked her in her own bed with a Taser.

“I’m glad it’s over with,” Lona M. Varner, 87, said Tuesday.

“There’s one thing I told them, though. I wish that every person in law enforcement would have to take a full and complete course in paramedics. That way, maybe, they would think first before they shoot.”

Varner and her grandson, Lonnie D. Tinsley, sued El Reno and police officers after she was subdued with a Taser on Dec. 22, 2009, in her apartment. Tinsley, 48, complained police threw him to the floor and handcuffed him when he told officers, “Don’t Tase my granny!”

A civil trial was set to begin April 11. The lawsuit was settled Friday.

A girl who will definitely not be hanging out with Shaniqua and Quashaela.

This one is a really nasty piece of work.

This pre-recorded hangout begins with a discussion of the recent conviction of Penelope Jackson for the murder of her husband. Murderess and false rape accuser Sally Challen wasn’t happy with this, neither was the most corrupt lawyer in Britain.

There follows brief discussions of sundry subjects:

Prince Andrew and the former Virginia Roberts.

A police officer who had a relationship with a “domestic abuse victim” and paid the price for it.

The Greville Janner case.

The alleged rape of Natalie Wood by Kirk Douglas.

Rape statistics from Oxfordshire.

Gina DeJesus and Cleveland Rape Crisis Center.

The Victoria Derbyshire programme.

The Nevitt sisters - I’d forgotten about these two crazies.

A police scandal involving allegations of evidence tampering.

False allegations against the wealthy Leon Black by a deranged model.

A psychiatric patient who claimed she was raped then she wasn’t then she was.

An allegation of rape by a supposedly mentally impaired woman.

A case from the American Navy involving, surprise, surprise, alcohol.

An apparent serial false rape accuser in India.

The latest drink spiking (needles) case from the nightclubbing scene.

A ludicrous story from “Vice”.

On February 13, 2021, Penelope Jackson stabbed her husband. While he phoned for an ambulance she stabbed him again and again.

This video includes part of the 999 call and her arrest on suspicion of attempted murder. When he died, the charge was upped to murder, and she was convicted in October 2021.

Colorado officers arrested after body cam video shows suspect being choked
By Jenni Goldstein Jul 28, 2021 | 8:46 AM

(AURORA, Colo.) — Two Colorado officers from the Aurora Police Department are facing charges after body camera footage purportedly shows one hitting a suspect in the head and then choking him.

Officers John Haubert and Francine Martinez responded to a reported trespassing, attempting to arrest 29-year-old Kyle Vincent and two other adult men.

Martinez learned that they all had felony warrants, and the officers tried to take them into custody. When two of the men fled, Haubert drew a pistol and directed it at Vincent.

Haubert grabbed the back of his neck and pressed the gun against Vincent’s head.

The man denied having a warrant and attempted to avoid being handcuffed. Police say Haubert came on top of the man and grabbed the side of his neck, hitting him with the gun 13 times.

Haubert is facing three felony charges; attempted first-degree assault, second-degree assault and felony menacing. There is also misdemeanor charges of official oppression and official misconduct.

“This is not the Aurora Police Department, this is criminal,” said Aurora Police Chief Vanessa Wilson.

Officer Martinez faces criminal charges for not intervening.

3 officers suspended after police pepper spray 9-year-old girl in Rochester, N.Y.
"This isn't how the police should treat anyone, let alone a 9-year-old girl," Gov. Andrew Cuomo said in the wake of the incident.

The city of Loveland has announced a $3 million settlement with Karen Garner, the 73-year-old woman with dementia who was injured during a violent arrest in June 2020.

Sarah Schielke, the attorney representing Garner, will discuss the deal during a press conference scheduled for 11 a.m...The settlement does not include an admission of liability by the city.

A third officer involved in the forceful arrest of an elderly northern Colorado woman last year has resigned, the Loveland Police Department announced on Wednesday.

Sgt. Philip Metzler resigned after an independent investigation into the arrest of 73-year-old Karen Garner was conducted for the department. Metzler was at the scene following the arrest of Garner. The findings of the independent investigation — conducted by consulting firm Hillard Heintze — have not yet been released to the public.

Jonathan Freitag, 25, was taken into custody on April 22 by the Melbourne Police Department. He is also charged with DUI damage to property and leaving the scene of a crash with property damage.

All three charges are misdemeanors, and the Brevard County Sheriff's Office reports that he is due in court on May 24.

After leaving Fairfax County in the spring of 2020, Freitag became a Brevard County sheriff's deputy. He was recently let go from that job, around the same time that Fairfax County Commonwealth’s attorney Steve Descano accused him of making “unconstitutional stop after unconstitutional stop” with “a racially disparate impact" during his time as a Virginia cop.

Descano called for 400 convictions linked to Freitag to be thrown out, including that of a D.C. firefighter who had been imprisoned for 20 months. Freitag pulled over Elon Wilson on Telegraph Road in 2018 and found hundreds of oxycodone bills and two guns in the car. Although in court Wilson’s lawyer would later maintain they belonged to someone else in the car, Wilson was ultimately sentenced to three years in prison.

Glendale police denies move to terminate high-risk officer because of FBI probe

GLENDALE, AZ — The Glendale Police Department denies that it only recently moved to terminate a high-risk officer with years of disciplinary problems because the agency is under FBI investigation and intense public scrutiny.

Officer Joshua Carroll, who was punished for the last time for repeatedly beating and tasered a mentally-disabled man in June, has resigned in lieu of termination...

Carroll has six disciplinary actions since 2016.

Some of the actions are for significant issues, including issues of dishonesty and high-risk policy violations during a pursuit.

Follow the above (archived) link for the full story. I was rather hoping this piece of filth ended up behind bars, so did a basic Google search. I found a report to the effect that Joshua Carroll had been given a five month sentence. This Joshua Carroll turned out to be a car thief in the North of England.

The shooting was a mistake. The cops -- who were serving a warrant on someone else -- thought Theoharis was reaching for a gun, but he was going for his wallet. Years later, even after settling the second of two lawsuits totaling $5.5 million against Washington state and King County, he still suffers. He lost his job, has a hard time socializing due to post-traumatic stress, and can barely move his left arm and hand.

Theoharis sued for $20 million, but the county agreed to pay him $3 million to avoid litigation, according to KOMO. And in February, the state paid him another $2.5 million. Thompson and Rongen were never charged.

The sum might seem like a lot, but Theoharis says he can't afford to "throw money around." In fact, he has more surgeries in his future, and already had to pay a third of his settlements to attorneys on top of his medical bills.

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