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thedailysheeple.com / by Matt Agorist, THE FREE THOUGHT PROJECT / MAY 9, 2016
TX — In 2014, Brandon and Leone Moore found out that a man, who their
14-year-old daughter worked for, had been molesting her — repeatedly.
After finding out this devastating news, they did what society and the
government say they are supposed to do — call the police.
However, police, apparently having more important things to do other
than investigate the repeated rape of a child by an adult, told the
distraught parents that it could take months to investigate the alleged
“We thought they were going to go arrest him right away,” Brandon said in an interview with the Daily Beast.
“I was shocked. I thought for sure they’d go put him in jail and hold
him. But they said in cases like this, ‘If we don’t do our homework, he
As the Free Thought Project has reported extensively, police
departments have no incentive to investigate real crimes as there is no
money in arresting a rapist. Drug arrests are far more profitable.
According to the Department of Justice, there are currently over 400,000 untested rape kits
collecting dust in police evidence rooms nationwide, and many other
estimates suggest that this number could be as high as one million.
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thedailysheeple.com / MELISSA DYKES / JUNE 10, 2016
Two deputies from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department
showed up at a house for a domestic disturbance call on Monday. Three
dogs ran out into the yard, two small ones followed by a third larger
one that the deputies labeled “immediately aggressive” before shooting
and killing the animal.
It was around that time someone came out of the house and informed the cops there were at the wrong location.
At least this time they apologized… kinda. According to the department’s statement:
“The department and the officers involved in this
unfortunate situation all recognize the emotional impact the loss of a
family pet has on this family and we extend our deepest sympathies. The
officers involved in this incident feel terrible about what occurred but
felt they had no other reasonable option at the time.”
Jun 11 16 2:21 PM
Henry County police shot a 63-year-old man Wednesday after going to the wrong house, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said Wednesday.
went to a Stockbridge residence in the 600 block of Swan Lake Road
about 1:30 a.m. after a 911 caller reported hearing gunshots and a woman
yelling for help, GBI spokesman Scott Dutton said.
“[A] preliminary review of the 911 call indicates that the officers were at the wrong location,” Dutton said.
arriving at the scene, police were met by homeowner William Powell.
Dutton said Powell was armed with a handgun, which he refused to put
down. An officer fired at Powell, striking him in the neck.
Powell was taken to Atlanta Medical Center with serious injuries.
The officer who shot Powell was placed on paid administrative leave, Henry police Capt. Joey Smith said.
No officers were injured in the incident, which remains under investigation.
Jun 11 16 8:11 PM
Last month the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Force made an arrest
that defies all logic and common sense. Seriously, you can’t make this
They arrested Antwine Hunter
outside of a pizza restaurant, and booked him at the Clark County
Detention Center. For a while, Antwine had no idea what he was
incarcerated for, but he was shocked when he learned that the police
believed he was a suspect in a robbery.
Apparently he fit the description of someone who ran up to a UPS
driver, and stole his cell phone and scanner before fleeing the scene.
The only problem is that Antwine clearly doesn’t fit the description of
the robber, because he’s paralyzed from the waist down. He’s been a
paraplegic since he was shot in a drive-by at the age of 12. So how
exactly did he flee the scene of the crime? More importantly, how did
the police make this mistake?
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thedailysheeple.com / by Claire Bernish via THE FREE THOUGHT PROJECT / JULY 27, 2016
In yet another example of privilege granted to those who work for the
system, an officer from Rome, New York, will not be charged in the
death of his infant son, who perished after being left in inside a hot
car for 8 ½ hours.
Officer Mark Fanfarillo left
his 4 ½-month-old baby, Michael, in his car during the summer for
nearly nine hours — but Oneida County District Attorney Scott McNamara
refused to press charges.
According to local WSYR-TV,
the D.A. said Fanfarillo first realized he’d abandoned the baby in the
car when his wife contacted him to say Michael had never been dropped
off at the family’s daycare provider. Fanfarillo, McNamara explained,
rushed out to the car after that call and “found his son’s lifeless
body.” Although Fanfarillo “relentlessly” attempted to resuscitate the
baby, the effort was ultimately unsuccessful.
As McNamara’s office said in a statement:
“The facts and evidence in this case do not reach the
threshold required for criminal liability,” which, in New York, demand
“a person must fail to perceive that a substantial and unjustifiable
risk will result from their conduct. A lapse or loss in memory is
insufficient proof to satisfy the legal requirement of failing to
perceive a risk — something more is required.”
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