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|Discipline possible for ex-cop’s actions in Ferguson|
A former St. Louis-area cop might be disciplined for pointing a semi-automatic rifle at Ferguson, Missouri, protesters
-1 points by The Detroit News | Police Protest St. Louis Missouri Rifle Civil liberties Gun Profanity Constable
|A third swastika found in Delco|
34 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | Philadelphia Obscenity Swarthmore Pennsylvania Abuse Haverford College Profanity Swarthmore College Bullying
|Milo Yiannopoulos, Larry Wilmore go head-to-head on 'Maher'|
NEW YORK (AP) - While conservative provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos insulted comics Lena Dunham, Leslie Jones, Amy Schumer and Sarah Silverman, his appearance on HBO's "Real Time with Bill Maher" was relatively tame - at least until the cameras were turned off. It was later, during an online-only "Overtime" segment of ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | American stand-up comedians Transgender American television actors Real Time with Bill Maher Gay Amy Schumer LGBT Profanity
|Daylin Leach got his epithet for Trump from a previous tweeter|
-2 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | Profanity Asset forfeiture Texas Wil Wheaton Defamation Hillary Rodham Clinton Word Vulgar Latin
|Why Andrew Shaw is a good choice to be an LGBTQ ambassador for NHL|
One of the last times I spoke with former Blackhawk Andrew Shaw, it was in April in the lobby of a hangar near O'Hare International Airport. Shaw had just issued an emotional apology in front of several cameras and tape recorders for uttering an anti-gay slur at an official during a tantrum from...
-2 points by Chicago Tribune | LGBT Gay Coming out Syncope Profanity
|Study from professor shows cursing linked to high intelligence|
No effing way!
1490 points by Daily News | Profanity Fuck Seven dirty words Cunt Shit Curse Motherfucker Brain
|Lorain police officer suspended after handling of stabbing arrest|
Lorain Police Officer Christopher Ferenzi was suspended without pay for the handling of stabbing suspect Jared Brillon in November 2015. Watch video LORAIN, Ohio - A Lorain police officer has been suspended without pay for the way he dealt with a man charged in a stabbing at his ex-girlfriend's home. Officer Christopher Ferenzi received a 10-day suspension for cursing at and making inappropriate remarks toward Jared Brillon, who is involved with Ferenzi's ex-girlfriend, during Brillion's arrest on Nov. 15, 2015, police said in a news release. Ferenzi also struck Brillon's cheek with his hand, which contained a small flashlight, but Brillon did not suffer a visible injury. Brillon never filed a complaint against Ferenzi, police said. Brillon, 38, of Lorain, is charged with felonious assault in the incident. His trial is ongoing, according to court records. The Lorain Police Department released video of Brillon's arrest on Wednesday. The video has been included at the top of this post. Warning: The video contains profane language. Ferenzi, who has been with the department for eight years, went to an East Erie home at 9:20 p.m. for a report of a "woman screaming for help." Ferenzi knew the address because it belonged to an ex-girlfriend who is the mother of his son, police said. Two other men tried to help the ex-girlfriend before Ferenzi arrived. But Brillon repeatedly stabbed one of those men, police said. Ferenzi was noticeably upset and checked on his son before he arrested Brillon and took him to his police cruiser. "While it may be understandable that Officer Ferenzi was upset regarding the presence of his son during an extremely violent confrontation, it does not excuse his actions during this incident," Lorain police said in a news release. The Lorain Police Department referred the matter to the city's Employee Review Board, which concluded in a Nov. 10 report that Ferenzi violated the police department's standards of conduct. Lorain police Chief Cel Rivera adopted the board's disciplinary recommendation on Nov. 14 and Director of Public Safety and Service Dan Given suspended Ferenzi on Nov. 15. This is the second time in two months that the Lorain Police Department has addressed accusations of officer misconduct. A dash cam video showing an officer forcefully pushing a man onto the hood of a police car during a Sept. 4, 2014 arrest is at the center of an excessive force lawsuit filed against the department. If you would like to comment on this story, please visit Wednesday's crime and courts comments section.
-1 points by The Plain Dealer | Crime Constable Police Police brutality Profanity Police officer Violence Assault
|'Leave those kids alone': Cop trolled live on Facebook for stopping black children (VIDEO)|
A Facebook Live video posted by an angry bystander in Delaware who witnessed a white cop stop and question three children has clocked up almost 3 million views and sparked yet another debate around racism in law enforcement. Read Full Article at RT.com
3625 points by Russia Today | Police Race Black people African American Profanity Democratic Party The Police Man