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ya'll hear about da pig in Philly that shot himself and said a black man did it?

Swiffness!
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PHILADELPHIA – A white city police sergeant made up a story about being shot by a black man while on patrol last month and actually intentionally shot himself for unknown reasons, the city’s police commissioner said Tuesday.


Sgt. Robert Ralston, 46, confessed to making up the story and will have to pay the costs of the massive manhunt that followed, Commissioner Charles Ramsey said. Ralston has been suspended with intent to dismiss, but will not face criminal charges because granting immunity was the only way to obtain his confession, Ramsey said at a news conference.


The case was especially troubling, Ramsey said, because Ralston identified his supposed attacker as black. When Ralston confessed Tuesday, he said he made the claim so his story would be more believable, Ramsey said

Ralston, a 21-year veteran, told police he was on patrol in the city’s Overbrook (nice area, not the hood at all, judges, lawyers, and celebs live out there) section early on April 5 when he stopped two black men for questioning along some railroad tracks.


He told investigators that one of the men put a gun to his head, but that he knocked the weapon away and suffered a graze wound to the shoulder when it fired, investigators said. Both men fled, he said.
Police combed the neighborhood for hours looking for the men. Officers never stopped or arrested anyone matching Ralston’s description of the gunman, Ramsey said. (thank 🤬 )



Investigators quickly found inconsistencies in his story. Forensic evidence didn’t match Ralston’s story, investigators couldn’t find a shell casing, and gunpowder on Ralston’s shirt matched the kind of powder used by the department, Ramsey said.


The Fraternal Order of Police had put out a $10,000 reward for information leading to the alleged suspect.


http://newsone.com/nation/associated-press/white-cop-shot-himself-and-blamed-it-on-a-black-man/



okay....so the cop's being fired, right....well peep this:


One after another, stories about bad cops have fallen around the city like dominoes lately, each one more disturbing than the next.
There has, however, been one common thread: many of those who have been fired from the force or arrested have had no fear of losing their pension.

Some of accused face charges that range from murder to 🤬 to soliciting sex from a minor.

As it stands now, the city code doesn't call for a city employee - be it a cop, firefighter or trash collector - to lose his pension, even if he's convicted of one of those crimes.

Count City Councilman Frank Rizzo (son of "legendary" racist mayor Frank Rizzo Sr., who was basically the Giuliani of Philly) is among those who are wondering if the code needs to be changed.
"I just began discussing this my staff today," Rizzo said earlier today.


"It's something that we're going to look into after the [city] budget is finished," he said. "We'll probably have to hold hearings."

Rizzo said he was bothered by a recent spate of stories about cops who have retired from the force a day before they were arrested.


Many have interpreted the sudden retirements as last ditch attempts on the cops' behalf at saving their pension benefits.

Officer Anthony Floyd, a 14-year veteran, retired on Tuesday, and was charged the following day with assaulting and harrassing a woman he was dating.

Another longtime cop, Tyrone Wiggins, retired a day before he was arrested on 🤬 charges in November.


"We can't have cops retiring one day, then getting arrested the next," Rizzo said.


Even cops fired for gross misconduct are not blocked from receiving a pension.

Chapter 22-1300 of the city code states that a city employee could lose retirement benefits only if he or she pleads or is found guilty of perjury; accepting or offering a bribe; engaging in graft or corruption; theft, embezzlement or willful misapplication of city funds; malfeasance in office or engaging in conspiracy to commit any of the above. (but not MURDER OR 🤬 . Nice)

Former city managing director Phil Goldsmith said that the city code should be amended to include harsh penalties for employees who committ serious felonies.


"If someone has violated the public's trust, they should lose their benefits," he said.

http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/dncrime/Should_criminal_cops_lose_their_pension_.html


🤬 ridiculous. Watch the Fraternal Order of Police 🤬 and moan IF they change the pension code.

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  • Swiffness!
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    edited May 2010
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    Officer Alhinde Weems - Pleaded guilty in January in federal court to dealing drugs and planning to rob a supposed drug stash.


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    Officer Frank Tapper - used to terrorize his neighbors on some Lakeview Terrace 🤬 before shooting his next-door neighbor to death in front of his home. Has been indicted by a grand jury......he claims self-defense of course.

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    Officer Tyrone Wiggins - Charged Nov. 19 with repeatedly 🤬 a 12-year-old girl over years.

    ^^^ - yea, that's the dude that retired the day before his arrest so he could keep his pension
  • Swiffness!
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    edited May 2010
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    Officer Malaika Mebane - Charged in October with sexual-assault counts after allegedly pressuring a female prisoner into sex acts.


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    Officer Adrian Makuch - Arrested for "improper contact with a minor, luring a child into a motor vehicle, prostitution and corruption of a minor" (no Rekers)

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    Officer Rudolph Gary Jr. - Charged May 3 with fatally shooting his unarmed estranged wife's brother in South Philadelphia.
  • DarcSkies777
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    edited May 2010
    The only justice is their death really. Communities need to get on one accord and as a group make sure if a pig over steps his bounds that his address is found and his family is terrorized period. Idiots always say "well that will just make the police retaliate and 🤬 blacks."

    As if they need a reason in the first place. Unless that happens this will continue. And SMH @ them thinking that code needs to change only after the pig embarrasses them by hurting HIMSELF. All the murders and rapes of children were perfectly OK though. What a bunch of losers.
  • independentsoundlab
    independentsoundlab Members Posts: 351
    edited May 2010
    how do people expect to clean up the streets of Philly.. if those who comb the streets are worse than the goons themselves!!
  • Swiffness!
    Swiffness! PART OF THE CONSPIRACY Members Posts: 10,128 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited May 2010
    The only justice is their death really. Communities need to get on one accord and as a group make sure if a pig over steps his bounds that his address is found and his family is terrorized period. Idiots always say "well that will just make the police retaliate and 🤬 blacks."

    As if they need a reason in the first place. Unless that happens this will continue. And SMH @ them thinking that code needs to change only after the pig embarrasses them by hurting HIMSELF. All the murders and rapes of children were perfectly OK though. What a bunch of losers.

    You heard of Judge Dredd, right? The comic book/Sylvester Stallone flick where the cops are Judge, Jury, Executioner, etc?

    well in THAT fictional universe...

    "
    The Judges themselves are not above the law – a violation that would earn a citizen a few months in an Iso-Cube would get a Judge a twenty-year sentence, to be served as hard labor on Saturn's moon, Titan, after surgical modification to enable the convict to survive in Titan's atmosphere without needing an expensive space suit."

    Yeah. I say we do it something like that. You use your badge to commit crimes, you automatically get a SEVERE sentence.

    Instead....we do it backwards. Lighter punishments BECAUSE they're a cop. 🤬 .
  • DarcSkies777
    DarcSkies777 Members Posts: 5,600 ✭✭✭
    edited May 2010
    Exactly, if cops were held to a higher standard this wouldnt be a problem.
  • Yung_Souf_Money
    Yung_Souf_Money Members Posts: 4,019 ✭✭✭
    edited May 2010
    white people always blamin the brothas when they screw up
  • bornnraisedoffCMR
    bornnraisedoffCMR Members Posts: 1,073 ✭✭
    edited May 2010
    This is some 🤬 right here. Man I tell ya.