Alameda County sheriff’s deputy Jacob Swalwell was about to cite panhandler Michael Myers, but the cop had an epiphany after the two started talking and immediately decided to have mercy on the man.
The chance encounter unfolded on a freeway off-ramp in Hayward, California, where Swalwell saw Myers, 66 — a local man he had noticed begging for money over the years — and prepared to issue a ticket for panhandling on the freeway.
“It’s a safety issue, and that was more of a concern than the panhandling,” Swalwell told KGO-TV…. more
There’s a mysterious hidden Muslim compound called Islamberg that’s nestled deep within the woods of the Catskill mountains in New York. The only way to access the 70-acre compound is through primitive dirt roads, where more than 100 Muslims live in seclusion away from the prying eyes of curious Americans. For over two decades, infidels have been prohibited from entering, as anyone attempting to enter will be “greeted” by armed Muslims patrolling a guard shack at the compound’s entry gate. Without access to the compound, there’s been no way to confirm rumors about the location being used as a training ground for Muslim terrorists. But after an alarming incident involving one of the Islamberg residents, police got involved. And what they discovered that these Muslims have been quietly plotting for years is nothing short of chilling.
For over two decades, this cult-like group of Sharia Law-following Muslims have lived quietly under the guidance of Pakistani Sheikh Syed Mubarik Ali Shah Gilani, a radical Muslim with known ties to Jamaat al-Fuqra, a terror organization responsible for a long list of terrorist activities around the world, including murders of rival religious figures in the United States. Locals in the area have often times reported the sounds of gunfire and explosions emanating from the compound, but because the Muslims weren’t necessarily breaking any laws, there was nothing that law enforcement could do except keep a close eye on the place from a distance…. read more
Why are policemen fighting like a bunch of patsies with pepper spray against people who belong in jail?
This is madness.
Pepper spray is a useful tool in very specific situations, but not against grown men who are attacking policemen.
Have the courts and politicians in France decided to tie the hands of the police to this level?
If so, it is just a matter of time till more havoc becomes the norms on the streets of France… [Click to Watch Video]
They have already started in New York, America is next if we do not step up! Coming to a city near you!
A group of New Jersey police officers who were deeply touched by a little boy’s cancer battle decided to do something simple, yet amazing, to lift his spirits: purchase and bring him his own tiny patrol car along with a stuffed K-9 dog to accompany it.
Ben Graham, who is described in a crowdfunding campaign as “an amazing 3-year-old superhero,” is just 3 years old and he’s already faced quite an uphill battle.
The toddler suffered from neuroblastoma, a childhood cancer, when he was just 18 months old — and overcame it. But the disease returned this past June, with Ben now once again undergoing treatment, WFXT-TV reported…. read more
Cops in Venice have been told to shoot potential terrorists on sight.
The Italian city’s mayor has ordered them to target anyone shouting “Allahu Akbar”, Arabic for God is Greater.
Luigi Brugnaro, mayor of the tourist hot spot of Venice, revealed the order at a summer think tank and was applauded by delegates.
He said: “Anyone who shouts Allahu Akbar in St Mark’s Square can expect to be gunned down by snipers within four paces.
“We need to increase our security when it comes to terrorism. We had four would be terrorists arrested in Venice a few months ago who wanted to blow up the Rialto bridge…. read more
An approach to machine learning inspired by the human brain is about to revolutionize street search.
Even if the cop who pulls you over doesn’t recognize you, the body camera on his chest eventually just might.
Device-maker Motorola will work with artificial intelligence software startup Neurala to build “real-time learning for a person of interest search” on products such as the Si500 body camera for police, the firm announced Monday.
Italian-born neuroscientist and Neurala founder Massimiliano Versace has created patent-pending image recognition and machine learning technology. It’s similar to other machine learning methods but far more scalable, so a device carried by that cop on his shoulder can learn to recognize shapes and — potentially faces — as quickly and reliably as a much larger and more powerful computer. It works by mimicking the mammalian brain, rather than the way computers have worked traditionally.<!–more–>
opinion: They always make it sound like it is good for you and harmless. If you know the Truth then you know this is a lie! Are we against finding missing children, ABSOLUTELY NOT but like we said they make this sound innocent and we need this. Keep researching for yourself and learn what is happening…
Thai police officer Anirut Malee is being hailed a hero after now-viral security footage shows him purportedly talking down a knife-wielding man and neutralizing the would-be assailant…with a hug.
If the details that are circulating truly check out, Malee’s interaction with the 45-year-old man serves as a welcome respite amid a fairly negative news cycle of late.
The harrowing ordeal, which clearly had a happy ending, reportedly unfolded at the Huay Kwang police station in Bangkok earlier this month when the would-be assailant entered the station and began waving around a large knife…. read more
BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. – When a 91-year-old woman was the victim of a distraction theft while shopping at Publix, a Boynton Beach Police officer went the extra mile to make sure the woman wouldn’t be left without groceries.
The victim was shopping in the produce section Saturday when one man distracted her so his accomplice could steal her wallet from her purse, police said.
When Officer Janelle Jumelles arrived at the scene, she knew she had to help the victim.
“How much groceries did you want to get?” Jumelles asked.
The officer spoke to a manager and told him she wanted to pay for the victim’s groceries so that the woman could go home. Publix offered to buy the woman’s food, but Jumelles insisted that she would take care of it…. read more