I don’t mean to rag on cops as often as I do, but actually, screw them, I totally mean to. I had taken a break on going so hard against the police for a while. The Coronavirus hoax has taken up most of my time, but I was due for a post on a corrupt pig. Cops are the toolbag, friendless, fatherless, “couldn’t get into college so I became a cop to go out on a lifetime powertrip” kids from high school. They just want to impose their will on the rest of the world and unfortunately usually decide to do this in sadistic fashion. Where’s my proof that these pigs are all mostly such lower quality human beings? Besides the several examples of horrifying misconduct we see every other day, how about the fact that the average rate of domestic abuse in a U.S. household is around 10%, while the going rate for cops… wait for it….40%!!!! Are you kidding me? That means that the real rate is actually more like 100% because most of the women are too scared to report the assault for obvious reasons.
So while the radical left has been wholly unfair to the police of late for the race-based reasons they are citing, there are plenty of other things that pigs are guilty of that will never be brought up, like this little inconvenient fact that they literally ALL beat their wives. I’m sure a few female cops beat their husbands too. The point I’m trying to make is that American law enforcement is made up of fucking low lifes. This is what the statistics show. It’s not up for debate. You can see for yourself at the below site.
Cops in Cuffs / Newsmaven.io is the best site for following cases involving corrupt cops. I had stopped regularly checking this site for a while because I simply get too upset from watching clips involving oath breaking swine. I usually end up red faced with watery eyes by the of video. That's how upset they make me. Look at the dates on these clips as well. There are outrageous examples of grotesque, vile and straight-up EVIL abuse being dished out to innocent Americans every few days. Not weeks or months. DAYS.
So while I think BLM are a bunch of hired libtard actor-agent provocateurs who represent horseshit ideologies that I could never get on board with, I think that the microscope they have put American law enforcement under is a muched deserved one. Even if for the wrong reasons. Reasons that in most cases were inspired from blatant False Flag performances that all involved crisis-actors and racial undertones designed to rile up the indoctrinated sheeple. This is unfortunate because there are authentic cases similar to the George Floyd case(minus the racial undertone since one of the cops was black) that deserve our attention but fails to get any traction with the media because it doesn’t fit nicely enough within their intended repetitive talking points that usually involve “cruel evil officer whiteboy” killing an innocent black man. Cops abuse anyone and everyone. They just want to hurt other human beings. They wake up each morning hoping that they will finally get to kill someone that day. A daily quest for deadly force justification. They don’t care what color the person is that they get to shoot.
If you don’t want to get so down in dumps from watching these videos like I do, checkout the PRICELESS CHANNEL for an array of videos focused on cops getting owned in so sorts of very satisfying ways.
*Since the publishing of the below piece on this incident, the officer was in fact eventually granted bail until trial after first being denied. SMH… They were probably beating the crap out of him in jail. Pigs don’t do well there.
Former APD officer to be released from jail | KRQE News 13 | ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The now-former AlbuquerquePolice officer accused of beating up his girlfriend will be released from jail until trial. Rio Rancho Police say 31-year-old JeffreyWharton…
WATCH: Cop Beat Girlfriend So Badly, Officers Humiliate Him by Cutting Off His Uniform
Albuquerque, NM — Frequent readers of the Free Thought Project know that police officers in the United States have an exceedingly higher rate of domestic violence than any other occupation. The average rate of domestic violence among most families in America is around 10%. As the National Center for Women and Policing points out, two studies have found that at least 40% of police officer families experience domestic violence. That is a four-fold increase.
Though many police officers escape accountability for these acts of domestic violence, one officer with the Albuquerque Police Department, Jeffrey Wharton, 31, had beaten his girlfriend so badly, his fellow cops couldn’t look the other way.
Though Wharton was arrested in February, video of that arrest was not released until later. Wharton’s actions were such a disgrace to his fellow officers that when he arrived to work, they handcuffed him, grabbed a pair of scissors and cut the uniform from his body.
According to court documents, Wharton’s girlfriend suffered extreme injuries. She was discovered with her head and face covered gashes and she was rushed to Rust Medical Center where she was diagnosed with a brain bleed and was then immediately transported to the University of New Mexico Hospital.
Officials knew Wharton was behind the beating because it was partly captured on the couple’s ring camera. According to court records, the video showed Wharton dragging the screaming woman back into the home by her neck as she attempted to flee.
When Wharton showed up for duty on February 24, he was served a warrant for his arrest and taken into custody. During the arrest, Wharton’s coworkers were seen smiling after the cuffs were put on. They could’ve also asked him to remove his uniform before putting him in handcuffs. However, the act of cutting the uniform from his body was far more humiliating to this woman-beating cop.
Shortly after his arrest, this senior officer at the APD resigned from his position. He was booked into Sandoval County Detention Center on charges of Kidnapping (First Degree) (NO Intent to Commit Sex Offense), Aggravated Battery (great bodily harm) (household member), Aggravated Battery Against a Household Member (Strangulation or Suffocation), Aggravated Battery (great bodily harm) (household member), Tampering with Evidence (Highest Crime a Capital, First or Second Degree and Negligent Use of a Deadly Weapon (Unsafe Handling).
Due to the severity of his crimes, Judge George Eichwald ruled that he was too dangerous to release on bail and Wharton will be held until his trial which has yet to be determined. The officer now wears a new uniform with stripes, but he no longer carries a gun.
A simple Google search will illustrate how police officers are arrested for domestic violence on a near-weekly basis. It is also estimated that the incident rate for domestic violence is likely far higher than reported as many women stay silent out of fear of retaliation and the fact that their abuser’s brothers in blue will cover for them.
As TFTP has previously noted, a report by a government-appointed watchdog group shows that most of the time, abusive officers who commit these crimes, do so with seeming impunity.
A study conducted by the Domestic Violence Task Force called Domestic Violence in the Los Angeles Police Department: How Well Does the Los Angeles Police Department Police Its Own? revealed that performance evaluations of cops with a history of domestic violence are largely unaffected. The study of the LAPD examined 91 cases in which an allegation of domestic violence was sustained against an officer.
- Over three-fourths of the time, this sustained allegation was not mentioned in the officer’s performance evaluation.
- Twenty-six of these officers (29%) were promoted, including six who were promoted within two years of the incident.
The report concluded that “employees with sustained allegations were neither barred from moving to desired positions nor transferred out of assignments that were inconsistent with the sustained allegation.”
Sadly, it is estimated that many of the abused women never come forward as they know the likely result — which is getting shamed by the department for reporting it and potentially more abuse.
Diane Wetendorf, a specialist on police abuse, points out the most common fears when reporting police domestic abuse in her handbook:
If your abuser is an officer of the law, you may be afraid to:
- Call the police — He is the police.
- Go to a shelter — He knows where the shelters are located.
- Have him arrested — Responding officers may invoke the code of silence.
- Take him to court — It’s your word against that of an officer, and he knows the system.
- Drop the charges — You could lose any future credibility and protection.
- Seek a conviction — He will probably lose his job and retaliate against you.
These fears can make someone feel incredibly trapped and feel like there is no way out. If you or someone you know is a victim of this type of abuse we encourage you to no longer remain silent. As long as people go unpunished for their abuse, they will continue to dole it out. Leave the county, report it to the federal government, and get as far away from them as you can.