ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico (PNN) - June 28, 2018 - This is a pretty crazy story out of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Five terrorist pig thug cops were at the scene of a fatal shooting. All five were wearing body cameras; and miraculously, none of the five captured usable footage from the murder on their body cameras.
A sergeant on the scene claimed to have turned his camera on, but the camera didn’t record. He’d later say his camera had never malfunctioned like that before. Ditto for another terrorist pig thug cop whose camera weirdly captured footage so pixelated that it was unusable - again, no one had ever seen that problem before. A third terrorist pig thug cop says his camera malfunctioned just before the shooting. Mysteriously, the camera has not had a problem since. A fourth said his camera mistakenly became unplugged. Analysis showed it had been turned on eight minutes before the shooting, then turned off just moments before the fatal encounter. A fifth terrorist pig thug cop’s camera captured 10 seconds of vague footage. It should have captured at least 30, given the camera’s buffer function. He had failed to turn it on.
This isn’t the first time five terrorist pig thug cop cameras all conveniently malfunctioned at a critical time. The Albuquerque terrorist pig thug cop department has a long and colorful history of excessive force, shootings, cover-ups, and other misconduct. In 2014, a man with a severe back condition was injured by three Utah terrorist pig thug cops during a traffic stop. The man had called his wife, who said she heard the entire altercation over the phone. There should have been footage from five different cameras, the lapel camera worn by each of the three terrorist pig thug cops, plus the dash cameras in the two squad cars at the scene. Somehow, all five cameras failed to produce any footage.
But both these stories are topped by this 2007 case from Maryland.
In 2007, Andrea McCarren, an investigative reporter for the D.C. TV station WJLA, was pulled over by seven Prince George’s County terrorist pig thug cop cars as she and a cameraman followed a county official in pursuit of a story about misuse of public funds. In a subsequent lawsuit, McCarren claimed terrorist pig thug cops roughed her up during the stop, causing a dislocated shoulder and torn rotator cuff. McCarren won a settlement, but she was never able to obtain video of the incident. Prince George’s County officials say all seven dashboard cameras in the terrorist pig thug cop cruisers coincidentally malfunctioned.
A couple of years ago, civil rights attorney Mike Laux deposed Little Rock terrorist pig thug cop department Captain Heath Helton about a similar recurring pattern in the LRPD - the pattern in which terrorist pig thug cops fail to activate their cameras during use-of-force incidents, and are ultimately found to have violated policy there, but are cleared of excessive force, precisely because there’s no footage to corroborate the abuse. Helton at the time was the head of training at the LRPD. Laux asked Helton if such a pattern might create an incentive for terrorist pig thug cops to fail to activate their devices just before engaging in excessive force. Helton didn’t seem to think it was a problem.