2 Alaska State Troopers killed in the same incident, yet The Blaze can’t find THAT story…heroic police dying in a hail of gunfire won’t feed the cop hating trolls their hate filled red meat. But The Blaze will dillegently find ANY story they can regarding police misconduct to paint the picture of so called “out of control” cops. This site is a trashy rag.
That's not the point. You are a mentally ill Troll who refuses to condemn Thug cop behavior and actions. You are part of the problem !
[-2] May 1, 2014 at 6:28am
How did I try to frame it that way??? Dead is dead, danger is danger. I said NOTHING about being gunned down.
[-1] May 1, 2014 at 6:26am
So you people can’t see that you’re being manipulated?? If you are fed a steady diet of “Bad Cop” stores, but are NOT being shown the stories of police being killed in the line of duty or other “Good Cop” stories, you of course come away with your warped “The cops are out of control thugs” frame of mind..perhaps on March 31st, if the Blaze ran the sory of the 2 murdered police some might say “Criminals are out of control, the police have a dangerous job”…but you see..The Blaze and their ilk don’t want you to think that. That doesn’t fit the agenda.
Perhaps because there is no such thing as a "good " cop?
Yes, a line of duty death is a sad thing. They knew that it was a dangerous job before they took it. A policeman getting shot is therefore not unexpected from time to time. Overstepping one's authority, the abuse and violation of the public by those that are paid to ensure that such things do not happen.... well, that is newsworthy, especially when the rest of the news media and Government ignore it!
Once you are a victim of these liars and hypocrites, then, and only then will you understand. The brainwashed masses use the mantra that the police are always honest, law abiding, and good. The truth is children, the policeman is not your friend!
The Blazes 3 known Trolls
These Trolls only show up for these stories
Harry Potter...........only appears on stories involving Homosexuals to defend the Homosexual Agenda of Hate
Sir Han Sir Han........only appears on stories that have to do with Islam to defend the Islamic Jihadists Murderous actions
wesker.......only appears on stories involving Cops to defend all Thug Cops illegal and Murderous actions
May 1, 2014 at 5:47am
Also on March 31st New Bern NC police officer and Marine Alexander Thalmann was shot and killed in the line of duty, but the Blaze couldn’t find THAT story either despite all the many articles on it
Because this story doesn’t fit the agenda..doesn’t feed the trolls..not like “What an Alleged Arizona Police Officer Does to AN Innocent Girl in This Video Has Students Up In Arms” Wow..a cop pushed a girl down..and she wasn’t injured. Wow…THAT they can find..2 dead cops? Sorry..The Blaze isn’t interested.
Sounds like you are starting to figure The Blaze out, wesker. They want to keep the rabble stirred up, at home, sitting on their computers and spewing vitriol against cops who are doing their jobs, protesting the violence - but when a government agency actually breaks the law, perpetrates violence and threatens to murder innocents with snipers, The Blaze wants you to NOT fight them; instead to avoid them and to denigrate their victims while preaching peace, love and tolerance.
The Blaze writers only want the 'hits' on their page (yours and mine included) to sell to advertisers; they don't care that the country is going into a black hole where 'protesters' only sit and rant at their computers for any and every fabricated reason - while everything they say that they love goes down the toilet.
like the Buffalo NY cops that beat an austic man half to death because the "gun" (lump) he had under his shirt was a colostomy bag.....
Pushing down a girl? That proves your bias, the girl was 100lbs, didn't see it coming, and was body checked with excessive force, ANY rational person would conclude it was wrong, but you will back up any police action, they are infaliable to you, and your type of "mindset" is a danger to my country's constitution and bill of rights.
May 1, 2014 at 5:13am
Continued….3 warnings to stay away from a legal legitimate arrest scene that he is not a part of, yet this guy keeps coming back, upsetting the woman and making the officer distratcted. Now…you as an officer are standing there with a huge guy, 2 screaming women and some asshat who is asking you why you’ve arrested the guy. The officer asks, quite politely I might add, for the guy to go inside. He’s asked 3 times. He refuses to listen. He’s a felon and parole violator. Yet you all want to blame the police. Strange mindset.
Well, they thug you call the "police" had not the least knowledge that the cameraman was on parole, they just did not want video proof that they were abusing their role as police officers!, Why is it that those that were closer to the cop were never threatened? The answer is obvious; it is the cops word against some civilians word. Cop always wins! The LIARS!
Uh, Uh, DUHHH! Your are under arrest... for something! Disturbing the peace, that works for every situation!
Why does Wesker wants a Police State? Why would anyone stretch the truth so hard to justify it? I suggest that you just look at who would benefit by it!
May 1, 2014 at 5:06am
Now lets parse the story
“Miami-Dade police cuffed store owner Andre Trigiano on outstanding misdemeanor traffic charges — and according to Estrada, arresting officer Michael Valdez removed Trigiano from the store and threw the handcuffed suspect to the ground.”
Do you see the size difference between the 2? How could he throw him on the ground? Why? I see the big guy standing there, not thrown on the ground. The officer, quite a bit smaller is waiting for backup because he obviously can’t transport the prisoner since he’s a motorcycle officer.
Guy with camera gets warning #`1 “At the very start Estrada is outside the store near the sidewalk with at least one woman witnessing the officer holding Trigiano in handcuffs, and the officer insists that the onlookers retreat — and a woman yells for Estratda, who says the officer is “hurting” Trigiano’s wrists, to go back inside the store”
Warning #2 “Then the clip seems to capture Estrada opening the store’s door and readdressing the arresting officer (at the 2:14 mark). Apparently the same crying woman is heard begging Estrada to go back into the store: “Please stop! You’re making it worse! Please go inside!”
AND Warning #3..At about the 5:20 mark Estrada appears to step outside the open door again when the arresting officer apparently asks a woman, “Hey, can you tell him to get inside the store?” Apparently the same woman is then heard screaming, “Yes! Please! For the love of God get insid
Continued....3 warnings to stay away from a legal legitimate arrest scene that he is not a part of, yet this guy keeps coming back, upsetting the woman and making the officer distratcted. Now...you as an officer are standing there with a huge guy, 2 screaming women and some asshat who is asking you why you've arrested the guy. The officer asks, quite politely I might add, for the guy to go inside. He's asked 3 times. He refuses to listen. He's a felon and parole violator. Yet you all want to blame the police. Strange mindset.
May 1, 2014 at 4:00am
Oh..and to prove you’re an idiot here’s a quote from an article
“Thanks to new government rules, there has been only one death in the Alaskan crab fishery in the past six years — a significant improvement from the 1990s which saw an average of 7.3 deaths a year, according to Edward Poulsen, director of the Alaska Bering Sea Crabbers.”
you would kind of be the idiot if you compare the amount of deaths and not deaths per number of fishermen/cops. Since you are not very smart and simply a fan -of dumb, brutal, constitution breaking, police, let's do a little math. There are about 60 boats with an average crew of roughly 7 = about 420 fisherman. There are approximately 785,000 US police. Using your own numbers, the chance of dying as a crab fisherman is 1 in 420, or about .2%, the odds of dying in line of duty is roughly 1 in 7473 or about .01% (20x's less than that of a crab fisherman.) It is hard to compare to soldiers because the numbers fluctuate dramatically between times of peace and war, although soldiers give much more than their lives and get paid far less than police.
P.S. You conveniently failed to mention in the CNN article that you are quoting that the 1990s crab fishery had over 250 vessels, compared to the 60 or so now (due to government regulation.) In other words, fatalities dropped from 7.3 to 4.2 - although with such a small sample, one disaster would prop those numbers way up. Bottom line is, you are a moron and a fraud, similar to most of these police you love to excuse.
To quote another: epic thread drift.
May 1, 2014 at 3:51am
127 soldiers killed in 2013..and I honor their sacrifice
And how many innocent life's are destroyed ??? THEY LIE AND COVERUP EACH OTHERS A$$
hey slick, just so ya know the national average for innocent civilians killed by police is over 350 a year … and also i am former Law Enforcement with 10 yeas of service(out for health reasons). I have noticed over the last 10 years or so a lawless attitude in some departments and LEOs around the Country. I don’t hate cops, but wrong is wrongAdd your comments
As to this case, the deputy told D-Bag with the camera to back away. D-bag does..then disregards that command and returns asking “What you got him in handcuffs for”….well..it’s none of your business so back away. D-Bag keeps coming back outside and by the screams of the women, is aggravating the situation..so yeah D-Bag with the camera was interfering with the scene.
So, by your own words, the cop tortures and abuses the arrested man every time the man with the video camera is present. The cop makes things worse for the arrested man and gets the woman to scream... and this is somehow the fault of a man with his life-threatening IPhone?
Wow! What a pathetic justification of police abuse!
Wesker? How many cops does it take to arrest someone? If first cop was scared why did he not wait for backup? How did the guy recording obstruct any of the cops? Was "d-bag" placed under store arrest? Where the ladies charged with anything? It was the cop that was upsetting the ladies.
so a fn motorcycle cop takes it on his ouw to arrest someone for traffic violations, handcuffs him then is AFRAID of the placid man who just stands there...and orders the PUBLIC off PUBLIC sidewalks because poor lil fuzzi is Sooooo scared of another CITIZEN that 20 feet of separation in "interferring" with his duties???
GIVE it a REST you facist MORON....you have become nothing but pumped up over armed cowardly lions tith less brains than the tin man..
5 Police K9′s killed..Blaze ignores these, but when a police officer kills a dog, The Blaze is all over that and the trolls threaten death to officers and their families while The Blaze editors do nothing and allow the death threats to stand.
When an officer is killed or injured by some cop hating troll who is incited by The Blaze…well I’ll quote one of the cop haters favorite lines “Sue sue sue!!”
Because killing a K9 unit carries the same penalty of killing an LEO, while the LEO's can execute someone's dog in their own yard just because. Go back under your bridge, you're better suited for that environment.
My dog is a family member, yet if a cop shoots her, the worst that can happen is compensation for loss of property! If I shoot s police dog, the nonsense is that it is a police officer! Hogwash, utter stupidity!
I should owe the police department a new puppy if their violent, uncontrolled beast threatens to do any bodily harm to me or anyone else! Charged for killing a police officer? Stupidity at its worst! The cops sacrificed the animal to save their own cowardly skin!
If a dog is clamped on to my arms and I have a gun, it is my right to remove it!
Isn't forcing an animal to work just like slavery??? Pulling a carriage in NYC is wrong, sniffing for drugs, multiple hours of training, exposing dog to the drugs, OK??? What???
[-3] May 1, 2014 at 3:09am
It’s yet another attempt by The Blaze to compete with Info Wars in the race to who can gin up the most hatred of law enforcement.
The Blaze somehow missed covering the 33 officers killed in the line of duty this year. But they always seem to be dilligent about finding red meat for their cop hating trolls
What I am going to say is from observation and experience over many years, this article hasn't swayed my opinion. Plenty of people who are cops are also bullies and deserve contempt and others are decent people and deserve respect. Cops should know the laws and be held to a high standard of conduct, looking the other way and giving them a free pass is not a good thing for society. Some of the hatred they receive is justified. Cops are known for looking the other way when fellow officers abuse their position and outright break the law. Some of them even lie and do what ever they can to protect a "dirty" cop. That cannot be respected.
Regarding the officers that are wounded or killed in the line of duty, that is a shame as well if they were in an innocent role. Two innocent officers I knew and the instigator of the fight were killed one winter night in a gunfight many years ago, seeing in the daylight over the next few days the blood and drag marks in the snow served as a reminder to me of how fast things can go wrong. I still think about that once in a while.
16 of them died in car accidents, due to heart attacks, or in a fire. You're trying to frame it as though police are getting gunned down or beaten to death left and right, and that's simply not the case.
I don't hate the police in general, I just hate it when my rights are violated by those in governmental positions of power. Unfortunately the police departments, local code enforcers, state, and federal agencies seem to be filled with individuals who do just that, as demonstrated by this story and countless others. And then when they hide behind the blue line, they are only reinforcing their downward trend of negative public opinion. That being said I am always polite and respectful when interacting with a police officer, and also open carrying a 45. I wonder if that makes a difference?
hey slick, just so ya know the national average for innocent civilians killed by police is over 350 a year ... and also i am former Law Enforcement with 10 yeas of service(out for health reasons). I have noticed over the last 10 years or so a lawless attitude in some departments and LEOs around the Country. I don't hate cops, but wrong is wrong
April 30, 2014 at 10:04pm
The funny thing is these cop haters don’t even know they’re being played. They dwell on sites where the only stories are anti police and they think their narrow world view actually reflects reality. Beck and The Blaze editors have their little agenda and search far and wide for any local story that they can then trump up as police brutality or police misconduct, all the while purposely overlooking anything pro police, or overlooking all the local news of murderers and robbers being arrested because those stories don’t fit the agenda and don’t feed the trolls.
April 30, 2014 at 3:49am
Kittens….very few in the context of the millions of calls answered by police.
April 30, 2014 at 12:35am
OK folks..consider the following:
Your neighbor sees an unknown male skulking around outside your house. The neighbor calls the police, reporting a suspicious person at your address. The police arrive and find Tyrone in a hoodie outside your house in the yard. They ask Tyrone what he’s doing and he says “This is where I stays”. What should the police do?
A: Ask Tyrone for ID to prove that he’s at his home?
B: Take Tyrone’s word for it and leave him in your front yard?
If they ask Tyrone for ID and he refuses to give him ID what should they do then?
A: Leave Tyrone alone
B: Offer to go into the house with Tyrone to get proper ID.
If Tyrone gets all upset and decides to not give ID and not cooperate what should the officer do?
A: Leave Tyrone alone, he obviously lives at your house
B: Bring Tyrone under control so you can better determine what is going on.
So….armchair police officers. What would you want done if Tyrone were at your house?
[-2] April 30, 2014 at 12:17am
Well…pulling up in a marked county patrol car and wearing the official county deputy uniform with badge and name tag is usually a pretty good indicator that one is a deputy sheriff. This article leaves a lot out. Other sources offer more details. Basically Aquino got upset that the deputy was doing his legal duty to investigate a call for service and refused to cooperate. He was detained and released by the deputy, no charges. The DA then decided to pursue charges, so maybe we could all stop blaming the deputy, he just did what he was duty bound to do.
April 29, 2014 at 10:35pm
Never cared if anyone appreciated it or not…my response is that certain people here, and you are not really ne of them as you seem to have well thought out ideas even if I disagree with them, but others, seem to take great joy in thinking that all police are (fill in the blank with whatever idiotic name they come up with). They discount the millions of calls handled with zero problems to focus on the few that The Blaze loves to highlight. Hell, in many reponses people call for the death of officers and their families, yet the Blaze doesn’t even edit these. So yeah, I will stick up for police as a whole. I still believe that overall the police are the sheepdogs and over all protect the people from the scum of society. 29 years of doing the job is why I feel this way. Are all cops good…of course not. Are all teachers perverts because a few molest kids..no. Are all doctors evil because some are careless and make mistakes…no. But some folks want to make blanket condemnations of police without having all the facts.
April 29, 2014 at 10:26pm
Read somewhere other than The Blaze…Aquino was uncooperative and attempted to leave the scene without identifying himself. the deputy tried to stop him, Aquino struggled and fought. A construction worker nearby saw it and came to assist the DEPUTY. Aquino was cuffed. When it was determined that he lived there he was released. Aquino made the mistake of assuming the deputy did not have a duty to investigate a call for service, and assumed that he had no duty to identify himself in that situation. Again..if your neighbor saw a person they did not know outside YOUR house, would you be satisfied if the responding officer just took the guys word that he lived at he house?? Wouldn’t you want that person identifed? Or should police just believe whatever anyone says to them??