"From James Kirk Piccione, a Lawyer
REASON #1: Talking to the police CANNOT help you.
If the police are talking to you, it’s because they suspect you have committed a crime. If they have detained you, it’s because they already have enough evidence to arrest you and they want to see if you will admit it and thus, give them an even stronger case against you.
If they have evidence to arrest you for a crime, they will. If they don’t, they won’t. It’s as simple as that.
Talking to them or not talking to them won’t make a difference! No one has ever “talked his way out of” an arrest. If the police have enough evidence to arrest, they will. If you deny that you committed the crime, they will not believe you. They already have evidence suggesting that you committed the crime. They’ll assume you’re just doing what every criminal does in denying the offense. It will not prevent you from getting arrested.
This is completely contrary to popular belief. For some reason, many people think that they are savvy enough
or eloquent enough or well educated enough to be able to talk to the police and convince the police not to arrest them. But ask any police officer if because of the eloquence and convincing story of the suspect, they have ever been convinced not to arrest somebody whom they had originally intended to arrest, and they will tell you no. They will tell you that in their experience, no one has ever talked themselves out of getting arrested. Talking to the police cannot help you. It cannot prevent you from getting arrested. It can only hurt."
Protesters hurling firebombs stormed a local police station unit in southern Ukraine after authorities refused to detain one of two police officers implicated in the brutal gang-rape of a young woman.
Residents of Vradiyevka, some 330 kilometers (200 miles) south of Kiev, continued to rally outside the station Tuesday, booing the local governor and vowing to continue their vigil until the officer is arrested. During the storming late Monday, protesters smashed windows, broke doors and set fire to the building, while police fought back with tear gas.
A week before he was to stand trial in 71st District Court for child-related sex crimes, former Harrison County Sheriff’s deputy Huey “Eddie” Nichols Jr. and his wife Sharon Renee Nichols were arrested again after a Harrison County grand jury indicted them on new charges.
The new charges were related to discovery of child pornography on a computer owned by the former deputy, said Jay Webb, administrative deputy for the sheriff’s office. The material was found through a continuing investigation being conducted by the Texas Rangers.
CHICAGO (CN) - Chicago police officers sodomized a man with a gun, "laugh(ing) hysterically," until he agreed to buy drugs for the cops in a sting, the man claims in court.
Angel Perez sued Chicago and its police Officer Jorge L. Lopez in Federal Court.
Perez was working as a delivery driver on Oct. 20, 2012, when cops in an unmarked car pulled him over, handcuffed him and took him to the Harrison Street Police Station, he says in the complaint.
There, "Two officers began assaulting the plaintiff with questions regarding robberies and drug dealers in the Taylor Street area," the complaint states. "Plaintiff responded that he did not know anything about robberies or drug dealings in the Taylor Street area and again and repeatedly requested that the officers call his lawyer. Plaintiff's lawyer was never contacted and the questioning continued. The officers were particularly interested in why the plaintiff had the telephone number of an individual by the name of 'Dwayne' in his telephone."
Wow! George Brocker is apparently an officer in Texas, and he makes a comment like this? People like this should not be officers. We are not sure where he's from, but his Facebook profile says Ellis County. Sheriff Jim Neil works at the Hamilton County Justice Center.
Sheriff Jim Neil:
A former Philadelphia police officer once hailed as a hero and given a seat next to the first lady at a speech by President Obama has been arrested and charged with rape and other crimes.
Authorities allege that former officer Richard DeCoatsworth left a party with two females early Thursday and took them to another location, where they allege that he produced a handgun and "forced the two females to engage in the use of narcotics and sexual acts."
A former Portland Police Bureau Officer was sentenced to five years in federal court today for receiving child pornography. Scott Edward Elliott, 51, pleaded guilty, admitting that in the fall of 2009, he received several images of child sexual abuse during a yahoo chat session. Several of those images involved infants, and children under the age of 8 subjected to masochistic sexual contact by adult males. According to the prosecutor, Assistant U. S. Attorney Kelly Zusman, Elliott’s chat logs reveal that he “enthusiastically” received the images, and asked for more.
A woman who still claims she was sexually assaulted by a Modesto police officer said Monday that prosecutors were wrong to agree to a plea deal that would drop felony charges against the defendant.
The former officer says the sex was consensual and his accuser continues to lie.
Sheri Newton alleged that Lee Freddie Gaines, on duty and in uniform, handcuffed her inside the motel room and demanded oral sex. Newton told a criminal grand jury that she was working as a prostitute and the officer searched her out.
Greg P. Nicks Original Article05/03/2013By HURST LAVIANA A former Wichita police officer received consecutive life prison sentences Friday for sexually abusing a 15-month-old girl.Greg P. Nicks, 32, was given a life sentence on each of four cou...
Edward Shane Kiser Original Article05/03/2013By Wes BunchGATE CITY - A former police officer for the town of Coeburn will spend the next year in prison after he was sentenced Friday in Scott County Circuit Court for using Facebook to solicit se...
A former Cherokee jail officer who pleaded guilty to charges related to inappropriately touching a 7-year-old girl has been ordered to register as a sex offender.
Harold Glenn Phillips, 38, of 3083 Corinth Road, Gaffney, was originally charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor under age 11 and two counts of lewd act upon a minor. The State Law Enforcement Division charged Phillips in August 2011, a month after the child’s mother reported the allegations to the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office.
TROY - A former Troy police sergeant must now register as a sex offender after pleading guilty in a computer sex sting.
Patrick Rosney was sentenced today to 5 years probation and a $5,000 fine.
He must also enroll in a sex offender treatment program.
Rosney admitted to sending sexually explicit material over the internet to an undercover New York City cop, who he thought was a 14-year-old girl.
He was arrested last June and retired after 26 years on the job.
A former Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department employee was sentenced Tuesday to 18 years in federal prison for seeking to have sex with children and distributing child pornography, authorities said.
Mark Robin Rainwater, 46, was arrested on Oct. 12 at Shuttlesworth International Airport in Birmingham, Ala., with sex toys and children's toys in his luggage after he had arrived from California to meet two boys, according to federal authorities.
Clyde Franklin Sanders Original Article04/30/2013By Matt Lucas A former chief deputy at the Pike County Sheriff's Office was found guilty of one count of gross sexual imposition, a third-degree felony, on Monday when he appeared before visiting...
Original Article04/30/2013 A man was held in prison for three months while wrongly accused of child rape because police refused to carry out a DNA test after reportedly saying it was a waste of public money.[name withheld] is planning to sue pol...
Original Article04/27/2013By ASHLEE MULLANY WA police officers have been convicted of nearly 250 criminal offences over the past five years including sex crimes against children, serious assaults, burglary and dangerous driving. Figures obtained...
A former Lowell police officer has been sentenced to two years in jail after pleading guilty to using the power of his badge to extort and solicit sexual favors from prostitutes while he was on and off duty.
In Lowell Superior Court on Wednesday, Aravanh Lakmany, 32, of Dracut, pleaded guilty to charges of extortion by threat and three counts of solicitation of prostitutes.
The Middlesex District Attorney's Office dropped three counts of rape against Lakmany.
Judge Richard Tucker sentenced Lakmany to two years in the Middlesex House of Correction followed by three years probation.
A former six-year veteran of the Lowell Police Department, Lakmany was suspended without pay in June 2011 after his indictment. He resigned from the department on Nov. 24, 2011.
Original ArticleAnd what do you know, it's in Florida, where most police officers are perverts, from all the articles we've seen.09/06/2012MIAMI (CBS Tampa) - An officer with the Miami-Dade police department was arrested by federal authorities f...
Victor Castillo Original Article04/23/2013 Former Portales school resource officer Victor Castillo, 46, was sentenced Monday to 25 years in prison after pleading guilty to maintaining a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old Portales High Schoo...
A former Delcambre Police Officer will spend 10 years in jail after he was found guilty of sexually abusing a woman in his custody.
Ernest Billiot was sentenced Friday for the second degree kidnapping and sexual battery of a woman he detained while on duty in February 2008.
Billiot will serve 10 years in prison at hard labor for both charges at the same time without the possibility of parole or probation.
During the trial Billiot admitted to the judge he abused his power.
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