Sunday, February 22, 2015

Cop Reveals That “Planting Evidence And Lying” Are Just “Part Of The Game”

“I have a method for getting people off the street that should not be there. Mouthy drivers, street lawyers, assholes and just anyone else trying to make my job difficult. Under my floor mat, I keep a small plastic dime baggie with Cocaine in residue. Since it’s just residue, if it is ever found during a search of my car like during an inspection, it’s easy enough to explain. It must have stuck to my foot while walking through San Castle. Anyways, no one’s going to question an empty baggie. The residue is the key because you can fully charge some asshole with possession of cocaine, heroin, or whatever just with the residue. How to get it done? “I asked Mr. DOE for his identification. And he pulled out his wallet, I observed a small plastic baggie fall out of his pocket…” You get the idea. easy, right? Best part is, those baggies can be found lots of places so you can always be ready. Don’t forget to wipe the baggie on the person’s skin after you arrest them because you want their DNA on the bag if they say you planted it or fight it in court.”


Anonymous said...

No matter how HIGH AND MIGHTY they think they are, once some concrete is in their sewer pipe and the poop starts flowing across their floor, they ain't so high and mighty any more. Constipation is just one trick I have in my trick bag for REVENGE.

Anonymous said...

We all know cops do this. But isn't it interesting that this is about the P.B. sheriff when the P.B. sheriff is trying to expose Bill Clinton, british royalty and other 1%ers for running a global pedophile ring?

Anonymous said...

I generally don't advocate violence so long as there is another option available but cops that engage in this behavior need to be shot or hung from a light post.

Anonymous said...

Hmm, and people wonder why cops turn up dead in their cruisers from time to time, shot multiple times through the head?
That type of shit right there is part of it.

I've never met a real honest cop...ever.

Anonymous said...

NEVER give your permission for a search of your car or anything else! By giving permission you give up the right to question the legitimacy of the search. If the officer searches anyway, insist that the fact the search was done over your objection be written into the officer's report.

- Old Greybeard

Anonymous said...

You give a mortal the power to ruin someones life and they will. Yes. From time to time, one of these bastards needs to made an example of.

AJ said...

One more reason to decriminalize drugs and end the failed drug war.

Roger said...

To say you've never met an honest cop would be like me (LEO Ret) saying that in my official capacity as an LEO, I never met an honest person. That you would all rather tell a lie, just to save yourself from a traffic ticket.

It's a stupid statement.

Anonymous said...

No Roger,

The smart motoring public says very little and nothing that spite of your fellow officers' attempts to get us to admit guilt.

Maybe if you weren't trying so hard to be disingenuous with your lines of questioning during a traffic stop, people wouldn't be inclined to "lie" since all you are doing is trying to ROB them anyway. No victim, no crime.

The reason for the institution of government is the protection of individual rights. That means if no one's rights are actually violated, then no "crime" has occurred (mens rea will come into play here for instances of attempted murder, etc). Wrap your mind around that concept instead of supporting the current corrupt and defunct "preemptive" policing model.

Anonymous said...

Crap like this angers me beyond belief! Guys like that need to go to jail! It must depend on the department, though, because I've logged hundreds of hours over the last couple of years riding and walking with the "big" city PD just down the road and I've never seen or heard of behavior like that.

Anonymous said...

Roger- how many cops have you arrested and put in jail? How many cops have you arrested for violating a citizens liberty? If the answer is none, or not all of them, doesn't that make you an accomplice and a criminal?

Roger said...

Hey anonymous,

I don't remember you every accompanying me on a traffic stop so you have no idea how I conducted myself. All you can do is ASSume I'm a bad cop because you ignorantly think all cops are bad.

Wrap your mind around this...I think any cop who violates his oath should be fired. I think any cop who violates the law should be charged, prosecuted, and if found guilty, fired and jailed.

You are right about one thing though, you would be smart not to say anything incriminating... Well hey, I actually think you have a right to remain silent... go figure.

Roger said...

Hey Anonymous,

I forgot to mention...

Have a nice day.

Anonymous said...

Roger, when you artested the thousands you have had to arrested to be retired, did you ever once tell the person that you were arresting that they had a right to defend themselves, that anything they said can and must be used to defend them alongside incriminate them in a court of law, that,well, you get the idea.

Did you openly tell people you "asked" to search their vehicles that they had every right to refuse your request and that you could not retaliate against them if they told you "no"?

Do you HONESTLY expect us to believe you if you tell us all that you NEVER EVER conned someone into THINKING you were giving an order, when indeed you only had AUTHORITY to make a refusable request? That you went against your training to do so?

I mean you no personal disrespect, Sir, but you are indeed trying to defend the indefensible. While not entirely fair, because your "higher ups" rolled the snowball downhill by establishing training procedures, you gotta face this fact - your "leaders" have done the same thing to policing as a profession that editors did to journalism - they destroyed the honorable execution of the profession. You may be being honest to say that you executed your orders honestly but you miss the point - your orders were dishonest and you got played like a chump.

Rationalize it all you want to, but the fact is that you arrested hundreds, thousands even- without a warrant. You searched many - without a warrant. Truth hurts huh? But you did so because someone told you that you could. That it was OK to ignore the plain reading of the thing you swore to defend and uphold.

Did you "put away" a bunch of criminals? Prolly so. Did ya take to jail some liars and thieves? Prolly. But guess what? So too did ya search that guys car who really didn't know his buddy dropped that bag of weed inside or stashed that gun under the seat. And all because a guy didn't use his turn signal or "weaved within his lane" you executed your "arrest powers absent a warrant issued" and destroyed the life of a fella who really hadn't done anything wrong, much less worth what you did to him.

I ask you, was that trade off worth it? Will you claim perfection, that such a thing NEVER happened? Hmmm? We all know better than that brother.

Sorry, but even your best deeds considered, you still violated the highest law, countless times. You played the part of a revenuer, generating cash streams directly and cusips to leverage. All for the paychecks you got and the pension you bet now.

Got 30 pieces of silver?

The proper thing to do is admit your failures and misdeeds. Accept responsibility for them and then seek forgiveness - which you will only gain by doing the honorable thing. Tell the truth - repent.

Chris Mallory said...

Roger, the mere fact that you pulled people over for a "traffic ticket" shows that you are not an honorable man and in all probability are a liar. You were nothing but an armed revenue collector for the government. Held in contempt by all honest men.

Roger said...

You make a lot of ignorant assumptions about me… yet you know nothing about me. You want to paint all cops as bad cops when you’ve [obviously] only ever come into contact with a few, relatively speaking.
Are there bad cops? Yes. Considering the overall number of local, state, and federal law enforcement officers in this country there are undoubtedly quite a few ‘bad cops’. Many of them are on You Tube. Do I believe there are more good cops than bad cops? Yes.
You want to paint us all bad? Go ahead, because I actually don’t give a damn what you, or those sharing your opinion think.
Do you hold this opinion because you rolled through one too many stop signs? Got too many speeding tickets? Had you been smoking a little reefer when you got pulled over for weaving? Was it unfair the cop found your stash simply because he had could smell the odor? Get arrested for drinking only ‘two beers’? Was that rape conviction unfair because the victim lied to the cops? The cocaine wasn’t yours and you don’t know how your fingerprints were all over the mirror?
Making blanket assumptions go both ways.
Did I serve my community faithfully? Yes. Did I uphold the U.S. Constitution, my State Constitution, the laws of my jurisdiction, my oath, during the course of my career? Absolutely. And guess what pal, you can’t say any differently.
Will I ‘repent’? Stick it in your ear. We’re done here.

Paul X said...

"You give a mortal the power to ruin someones life and they will."


Folks, the whole notion of policing is a huge mistake, if you have any concern at all about liberty and responsibility.

Why do people need government "protection", when anybody can go out and buy a gun to protect themselves? The very existence of the institution of policing gives a huge push for the gun control movement.

America got on just fine before policing got established here, and there will be a huge improvement when it finally is gone.

Anonymous said...


If you support any institution that tells individuals that they do not own their bodies and that the government can decide what they put in it (from illicit drugs, to 44 oz. big gulps, to multivitamins and supplements)....and you ENFORCE those errant laws....then YOU are not "just doing your job". You are enabling the system to crush individual freedom and institute tyranny, to violate the 4A in an attempt to stop people from making a choice that affects only themselves.

Claiming anything less is a cop out....pardon the pun.

Anonymous said...


You said, "Wrap your mind around this...I think any cop who violates his oath should be fired. I think any cop who violates the law should be charged, prosecuted, and if found guilty, fired and jailed.

You are right about one thing though, you would be smart not to say anything incriminating... Well hey, I actually think you have a right to remain silent... go figure. "

The problem is: you see no oath violation in spite of laws ruled constitutional that are obvious to anyone outside the legal profession as being direct violations. For example: RICO statutes and civil forfeiture. The concept of innocent until proven guilty is thrown out the window b/c the holder of cash has to "prove" the source of the money is legitimate. Where is the burden on the prosecutor?

Further, you see anything passed as law as apparently constitutional. Just b/c something is legal doesn't make it right....just as the converse is true.

As for the "right to remain silent"....just how does that go down when a motorist is pulled over for speeding 7 miles an hour over the posted and he refused to answer any of your questions? I'm betting your a little less polite than you're claiming here.

Anonymous said...

Are you reading this Roger..?

Read this loud and clear- you revenue collectors are a minority. Yes, that's right, we outnumber you. We're good citizens until you piss us off. Yes, I've dealt with your kind.

Like the fucktard cop that passed me on the wrong side of the road, cut back over, stomped on his breaks and then pulled me over for tail gating. I guess he was having a bad day and decided to take it out on one of the peasants.

My all time favorite was from the old 55mph days. A local deputy dog doing 52 in a 55 zone. Cars were backing up because when they attempted to pass, the asshole in blue would flip his bubble gum machine on and motion for them to slow down. I passed him at 55. He threw his bubble machine on and I motioned with my hand that I was doing 55. He got mad and took the next exit.

This is the kind of petty games your employers are getting tired of. Yes, I said employers. We paid your checks and now we pay your retirement check. Either follow your oath or get a new job. I don't see much employment for bullies.

Anonymous said...

And this was said by a highly placed unnamed source. no doubt. Shame on you, have you no respect for the truth?