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Sometimes the cops are just sipping coffee and letting your baby die

This is just appalling. Miami-Dade Police Kendall Squad Caught Ignoring Emergency Calls, Shopping On Camera (VIDEO)
An entire Miami-Dade Police squad in Kendall has been disciplined -- several of the officers, fired -- after what CBS Miami reports is one of the worst dereliction of duty cases in the department's history. One officer, Dario Socarras, was filmed drinking coffee for nine minutes while allegedly ignoring emergency dispatch orders on a call for an unconscious 5-month-old baby, Local10 reports. His supervisor, Sgt. Jennifer Gonzalez, was sitting at the cafe with Socarras -- and was also recorded shopping while on duty at stores like Target and Lowes, brushing off work to rendezvous with her boyfriend, and visiting her parents in Cutler Ridge when she should have been on the job, according to CBS. Socarras was also filmed twice kissing and spending time with a girlfriend in the parking lot of the Dadeland mall, allegedly while ignoring calls for armed robbery and burglary -- forcing officers from other units to respond from greater distances. The squad was surveilled by Internal Affairs investigators, who used video cameras and GPS vehicle trackers to document what members were doing while they should have been responding to calls. "We're talking about falsification of records, we're talking about stealing time that doesn't belong to you, because they are supposed to be available for service or duty and they're not,” said former Miami Police Chief Ken Harms.

February 07, 2013

LAPD launched manhunt for rogue ex-cop who shot five people

The rogue cop has a manifesto. In it he claims that cops routinely let victims of violence die--partly because they see medical aid as outside their purview and partly because it results in better crimes for them to bust. He has targeted 40 LAPD cops for his guerilla war. And early reports suggest that police have already fired on cars matching his, killing the utterly innocent women within. LAPD Launches Manhunt For Ex-Cop Suspected In Multiple Shootings | TPM LiveWire
The Los Angeles Police Department has launched a manhunt for a former cop suspected in multiple shootings, the LA Times reported Thursday. Christopher Jordan Dorner is suspected of shooting three police officers early Thursday, killing one of them. The former police officer is also suspected of fatally shooting an Orange County couple over the weekend, according to the Associated Press. Dorner is suspected of killing Monica Quan, assistant women's basketball coach at Cal State Fullerton, and her fianc�, a security guard at the University of Southern California. The couple suffered multiple gunshot wounds in the parking garage of their apartment in Irvine, Calif., the AP reported. According to the LA Times, Dorner, who was fired from the LAPD for making false statements, wrote an online manifesto detailing his plans to kill law enforcement officers. "The violence of action will be high. ... I will bring unconventional and asymmetrical warfare to those in LAPD uniform whether on or off duty," he wrote, according to the report.