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February 19, 2013

Sheriff Claims Spontaneous Human Combustion May Have Killed Man

If a cop says spontaneous human combustion or demons or voodoo or witchcraft or angels or astrology killed someone, then you need to find a better sheriff. Sheriff: Spontaneous Human Combustion May Have Killed Man | 5NEWSOnline.com — Ft. Smith, Fayetteville, Bentonville News & Weather from KFSM and KXNW Television
Sheriff Ron Lockhart said his office is investigating whether a Sequoyah County, Okla., man died after spontaneously bursting into flames. The sheriff said 65-year-old Danny Vanzandt’s death might be a rare case of spontaneous human combustion. “This is a case that I’ve never seen before,” Lockhart said. Emergency crews responded to Bawkin Road in Sequoyah County about 10:50 a.m. Monday (Feb. 18) after a neighbor told police she saw smoke coming from next door, Lockhart said. Vanzandt’s brother, Aaron, tells 5NEWS he and his stepson found the body around 11 a.m. and called 911. “The body was burned and it was incinerated,” Lockhart said. Fire crews on the scene discovered a badly burned man dead in the kitchen, Lockhart said. Asked if he was serious that this might be a case of spontaneous human combustion, the sheriff said he is serious, adding no items or furniture around the body were burned. There was no other fire damage to the house and no signs of a struggle, Lockhart said. “I think there’s only about 200 cases worldwide, and I’m not saying this happened. I’m just saying that we haven’t ruled it out,” Lockhart said.

February 13, 2013

And tonight the news broadcast the sound of police burning a black man alive

The video clearly captures the audio of cops saying "get the gas" and "burn it down." Early reports suggested that Dorner's cabin caught on fire on accident--maybe from tear gas rounds--but this video is strong evidence that the burning of the cabin was intentional. There was no way Dorner would go to trial. No way he could get into the system and share his stories of police corruption. Look, if what he did is true, if he really did shoot cops and the daughter of a cop, then he deserved due process. He deserved arrest and a hearing and a trial and everything else we agree as a country is the right of every accused. Hunting him down and burning him alive . . . every cop there should be fired. They murdered an American. Christopher Dorner Shootout cops tell them to burn that motherf***** 2 - 12 -13 - YouTube

Two groups of cops mistakenly fire on each other, kill bystanders in the middle

Cleveland police chase and shooting portrayed as chaotic scene by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine (video) | cleveland.com
Despite varying levels of experience, all 13 officers who fired their guns -- and many who did not -- told investigators they thought deadly force was needed to stop a violent encounter with two suspects who they believed were armed. "I've never been more afraid in my life," said Officer Michael Brelo, who fired 49 shots that night. "I thought my partner and I were being shot and that we were going to be killed." Brelo, according to his account, climbed onto the trunk and then the top of a zone car and reloaded his gun, firing rounds into the Malibu. An Iraq war veteran, Brelo said he saw "the suspects moving and I could not understand why they are still moving, shooting at us. Even through Iraq, I never fired my weapon. I never have been so afraid in my life." Many of the officers who heard "shots fired" broadcast over police radio mistakenly assumed the gunfire was coming from the suspects, the report reveals. Officers recounted for investigators seeing guns, objects that looked like guns or one of the suspects loading guns in the middle school parking lot -- which could not have been possible at that point in the incident. No gun was found in the car.

February 08, 2013

Two Miami cops fired for trying to put a Santeria cure on their boss

North Miami Beach Police Department Employees Fired Over Plan To Put Santeria Curse On City Manager
Two North Miami Beach Police Department employees have been fired for plotting to put a Santeria curse on the city manager. Officer Elizabeth Torres, a 24-year veteran of the police department, and Yvonne Rodriguez, an office manager for police chief Larry Gomer, were caught plotting to use birdseed to cast a spell to make Lyndon Bonner "go away" in August before a round of planned departmental layoffs. Torres told Rodriguez she had previous success with the curse, having made her son and daughter move out by sprinkling it on the front porch of their home, according to the police report. Investigators say the pair were upset with the "negative climate" in the department, and hatched a plan to similarly curse Bonner by gaining access to his office. Torres admitted to police that she brought the birdseed to Rodriguez, then approached janitor Esther Villanueva, asking her to sprinkle the birdseed in Bonner's office as she cleaned.