Crimes by the Justice System and Police

Cousin Dupree

Glory to #Ukraine 🇺🇦✊🏻
7,275,553 views Dec 22, 2016 On November 13, 2016 Lt. Brian Filipiak of the Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office was arrested on suspicion of "super drunk" driving in northern Michigan’s Montmorency County. RELATED STORY: http://s.mlive.com/MAHqYvW

Highlights:

00:15 Montmorency County Sheriff Deputy Zachery Morrison passed the pickup truck driven by Brian Filipiak, an off duty Lieutenant of the Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office and turns around in pursuit.

00:45 The pickup truck is seen swerving over the fog line, into the shoulder, then back left over the center line.

1:00 Filipiak pulls his truck to the side of the road as he passes a Michigan DNR officer who was also responding to the 9-1-1 calls for a reckless driver.

1:20 Deputy Morrison approaches the driver

1:27 BODYCAM FOOTAGE BEGINS - The assisting DNR officer can be seen on the other side of the truck.

2:54 Deputy Morrison returns to the truck to have Filipiak take a field sobriety test.

11:50 Deputy Morrison beings to physically remove Filipiak from the truck.

13:25 Deputy Morrison and the assisting DNR office attempt to pull Filipiak from the truck.

13:48 Deputy Morrison warns Filipiak he’ll be tasered if he does not exit the truck.

16:53 Filipiak is placed under arrest.

20:08 Filipiak states he wants a “Cop to a Cop” deal

21:17 Both officers struggle to get Filipiak in the back seat of the police cruiser.


 

Cousin Dupree

Glory to #Ukraine 🇺🇦✊🏻
I'm watching a 48 Hours episode on a man who was, most likely, railroaded. I'm trying to remember if any DA has ever said: "I think we got this one wrong."
 

Guess Who

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I'm watching a 48 Hours episode on a man who was, most likely, railroaded. I'm trying to remember if any DA has ever said: "I think we got this one wrong."
We just had a case where the DA admitted that but our AG refused to allow his release and he had to fight for it even after it was proven he wasn't the one the committed the crime.

 

Mel70

I miss you Oreo.
Wow, this isn't crimes necessarily but this is quite something. Even though the parties may not be perfect, the judges in this are over the top with their power. I've only seen two so far and it's quite something. It came up in my feed on A & E.


I like the first judge. Well them all really. They should be able to call it. The first fight you could hear was hilarious. The judge is the only one who comes back. "If I had a rock".😆 The woman judge. She got reduced penalties from another judge. Imagine that. Drunk says that's drunk. She couldn't even say "Intoxicated". That's drunk. The whole family fighting are "Idiots!".
 

Mel70

I miss you Oreo.
7,275,553 views Dec 22, 2016 On November 13, 2016 Lt. Brian Filipiak of the Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office was arrested on suspicion of "super drunk" driving in northern Michigan’s Montmorency County. RELATED STORY: http://s.mlive.com/MAHqYvW

Highlights:

00:15 Montmorency County Sheriff Deputy Zachery Morrison passed the pickup truck driven by Brian Filipiak, an off duty Lieutenant of the Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office and turns around in pursuit.

00:45 The pickup truck is seen swerving over the fog line, into the shoulder, then back left over the center line.

1:00 Filipiak pulls his truck to the side of the road as he passes a Michigan DNR officer who was also responding to the 9-1-1 calls for a reckless driver.

1:20 Deputy Morrison approaches the driver

1:27 BODYCAM FOOTAGE BEGINS - The assisting DNR officer can be seen on the other side of the truck.

2:54 Deputy Morrison returns to the truck to have Filipiak take a field sobriety test.

11:50 Deputy Morrison beings to physically remove Filipiak from the truck.

13:25 Deputy Morrison and the assisting DNR office attempt to pull Filipiak from the truck.

13:48 Deputy Morrison warns Filipiak he’ll be tasered if he does not exit the truck.

16:53 Filipiak is placed under arrest.

20:08 Filipiak states he wants a “Cop to a Cop” deal

21:17 Both officers struggle to get Filipiak in the back seat of the police cruiser.



Unreal. That officer was so nice and patient. He went way beyond. BRI AN! GET OUT OF THE VEHICLE NOW! 🔫
YEAH! I'LL NERF YA! NOW GET IN THE VEHICLE! NOW EXERCISE YOUR RIGHT TO SHUT IT! NOOOO!! I DIDN'T WANT TO SEE YOUR CRACK!
 

Mel70

I miss you Oreo.
Wow, this isn't crimes necessarily but this is quite something. Even though the parties may not be perfect, the judges in this are over the top with their power. I've only seen two so far and it's quite something. It came up in my feed on A & E.


********ADULT LANGUAGE. It's "Pacino" going off, So there ya go. :gavel:
 

SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

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Baltimore police officer arrested in federal drug case​

A Baltimore police officer is suspended without pay following his arrest Wednesday on federal charges linked to a drug distribution conspiracy, authorities said.

Officer Steven Angelini, 41, of Middle River, was arrested Wednesday and ordered to remain in custody while awaiting a detention hearing scheduled for Thursday, the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Maryland said.

Angelini faces a list of charges including conspiracy to distribute and possession with intent to distribute controlled dangerous substances, distribution of oxycodone, possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime and criminal forfeiture.

Angelini, a 16-year veteran of the Baltimore Police Department who is currently assigned to the administrative duties division, was suspended without pay following his arrest.

The charges stem from a criminal complaint filed Tuesday in federal court that alleges Angelini was in league with the Infamous Ryders Motorcycle Club and conspired with its leadership to distribute cocaine and oxycodone.

Additionally, the 41-year-old is accused of selling a privately made firearm, known as a "ghost gun," to an unnamed individual in exchange for cash and drugs. The complaint also accuses him of sharing confidential information about a murder case with a co-conspirator.
 

GrandmaBear

Deputized Emu Slayer/Horse Thief Hunter
This is BULLSH*T. They make this stuff family court or divorce court and it isn't as serious, it is just domestic or just family etc.! A protection order isn't as good as the paper it is written on anyhow but then they wonder why people don't go for one or back off of one! Yeah, take it up in family court. Do that with vandalism and theft too of property for the other partner, etc. It IS CRIMINAL but seems not treated as such.

They should err to the side of caution. Even if she couldn't prove anything if ONE person does not want the other one near them, give them the protective order!!!

He had a gun, he wouldn't leave, etc.! Duh.
 

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