Trigger warning: Child pornography and predatory behavior towards children*
So if you've been following my story you know that it's been a long time coming, but today was the day!
The abbreviated version of the story is as follows: In January, I found a video on my husband's tablet from a hidden camera in our bathroom that showed my 14 year old niece nude. I called police and immediately turned it over. We seperated that day and I got a protective order covering me, our 5 year old, and the other members of our household.
The coronavirus put a hold on everything and I have been very stressed that we would have court for custody before he was charged. Today my waiting ended!!! He was indicted on 12 felony counts related to the production and possession of child pornography. He was arrested this afternoon and denied bond.
I am so relieved. I feel like I can finally breathe again. He is having to face his actions and people are seeing who he really is. I hope he has lots of fun... keep reading on reddit ➡
I know people will have heated opinions about this, but I can't be the only one who thinks the disparity is pretty crazy?
r/conservative and r/protectandserve are losing their minds over the fact a cop was charged with murder for shooting a fleeing suspect in the back. I finally got banned from protectandserve for asking why it was justified to kick Brooks in the ribs after he was shot and on the ground.
Personally I am of the mindset they knew who he was, they had his car, they knew where he lived. If they couldn't chase him down by foot, they should have just picked him up later. I also liked the "call someone to pick him up" option.
EDIT: Also they knew the taser was empty; and they were shooting towards cars with people in them.
Per DA John Flynn the officers will be charged with felonies. I'll post an article of the presser in the comments once it becomes available. I would highly recommend watching Flynn's press conference if you aren't doing so.
On 18th May 2020 at 12:16PM BST Time, /u/JustRiceAndSousage posted an image of a cake stating "Hey guys, I made a cake for everyone sorting by new!". It was also the OPs Cake Day. I felt really suspicous of this image, so I done a reverse image search, with the image pointing to EXHIBIT A, a blog post from 20th January 2014 with the exact same image. I immediately commented this in the comments, and the message caught on. OP then responded that he did not own the image, and then deleted the post. By then, he had stole 2.3K of Karma from the innocent people /r/teenagers. Justice needs to be served!
Please note that the Karma Whore situation in /r/teenagers is terrible at the moment, so we really need to bring these people to justice!
- One count of Grand Theft Karma
- Two Counts of Bamboozlement With Intent (One Count for the post and then one count for the lies in the comments)
- One Count of Felony Douchbaggery
[EXHIBIT A](https://arundati.wo... keep reading on reddit ➡
I’m writing this on behalf of my sister whose boyfriend was arrested during riots last night in Des Moines, Iowa. He went outside his apartment and somehow got involved in a more serious part of the riots. He was arrested around 5am and police told him he was being charged with 2nd degree criminal mischief and rioting.
He’s currently in jail and we’re waiting for bond to be set. Any advice on what to do or where to go from here?
Update: he just called from jail. He was filming some of the protesting and a cop told him to move. He didn’t move right away so he was restrained and then arrested.
So a quick summary of what happened, for those out of the loop.
Rayshard Brooks was an African-American criminal with a history of abusing his own children, among other crimes (Interesting how these "Gentle Giants" always seem to have a lengthy criminal record).
On the day he died, he was blocking a Wendy's drive-thru with his car while drunk. Police officers arrested him on a reasonable DUI suspicion, he violently resisted arrest, stealing their tasers in the process, and fired them at the police officers repeatedly. The officers shot him in self-defence, and he later died of his injuries. It turns out that Brooks was in fact on probation, and a DUI would have meant that he'd go back to prison—this would explain why the jogger decided to jog.
His Kang compatriots decided to burn down the Wendy's where the incident... keep reading on reddit ➡
I'm about to cry tears of joy. I've been a felon since 2009. I went through a roadblock and a state cop pryed my locked glove box open and found my 2 ounces.
I did 30 days in county, 2 years of probation which included observed piss tests every two weeks, 100's of hours of community service, and over $5,000 in fines and attorney fees.
I've missed out on countless job opportunities and seen people change their demeanor towards me when they find out I'm a convicted felon.
I've been diagnosed with ptsd from the whole ordeal and have lost faith in almost everything.
A lifetime worth of thank yous and gratitude to any and every political activist that spent any time or energy towards legalizing cannabis.
My heart goes out to each and every fellow drug war victim. I know that I'm in a better situation than a lot of people. Many have actually lost their lives, instantaneously and gradually, while being tormented in a penitentiary.
It hasn't gone through yet but I don't care. I never... keep reading on reddit ➡
John Prior, Chad's attorney has criminal history. https://www.abajournal.com/news/article/attorney_takes_misdemeanor_plea_during_trial_for_alleged_sexual_attack
Im surprised that he is still able to practice law, even with the plea deal. Looking at his basic website, looks to be a low end one man law practice. Is Chad broke now? Did he spend all of his money on
I’ve been watching the few react videos that have been uploaded on YouTube, and effing hell, THEY SKIP THE DAMN INTERLUDES. Stop and listen to the musical experience, you peasants. We got some deficit in attention span these days 🙄.
(taken from r/askaliberal)
Petition to sign: http://chng.it/nNcNGw4zNJ
Greg Nelson started this petition to Atlanta State's Attorney
While the shooting of Rayshard Brooks was a terrible event, the shooting was justified in order to achieve the primary goal of officer and Public Safety.
Rayshard Brooks was under the influence of alcohol, and had a 0.108 blood alcohol content, above the legal limit of .08 in the state of Georgia. Even though it was a misdemeanor, it was still breaking the law, a misdemeanor.
Clearly in the video, both police officers and mr. Brooks for cordial and kind to each other during the process of testing mr. Brooks to prove Beyond a reasonable doubt that he was under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Once officer Rolfe was going to take Mr Brooks into custody, Mr Brooks started a physical altercation with both police officers, in the end, him getting access to the officer's taser, a less Lethal Weapon, off of the officer's duty belt. While the term less-lethal is used to determine... keep reading on reddit ➡
I had a white collar crime 20+ years ago, which I served no time, and it was sealed a few years later. About ten years ago I went into a gun store to make a purchase thinking I was ok, but was declined. Reading a little bit more now it seems there I might also have to file to restore my gun rights? There weren't computers back then, lol... so I have to pull those documents to get a case # and consult with an attorney,.
In the interim, I am guessing I would still be denied a gun purchase or ccw?
Thoughts? Or anyone been in a similar scenario? I thought I read somewhere (but of course can't find it now) that there's a slim chance in hell they restore your gun rights, so don't want to pay out money to an attorney if it's going to be uselesss.