Tag Archives: Police Misconduct

Chicago Police Commander Gets PULLED OVER: New Surveillance Video Shows High Speed Trooper Chase

CHICAGO (CBS) — New surveillance video from the dash cam of an Indiana State Police car shows the trooper racing to pull over Chicago Police Commander Edward Wodnicki.

The video also shows the squad car pulled up in front of Wodnicki’s. The video does not show the high ranking commander, but he can be heard on the tape.

Source: New Surveillance Video Shows High Speed Chase Of Chicago Police Commander

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Caught on tape: ICE officers break window, drag man out of vehicle in front of family

When Florencio Millan-Vazquez refused to leave his vehicle unless U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers showed him papers, they smashed his window.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers smashed the driver’s side window of a Missouri man, dragged him out and arrested him in a violent confrontation caught on tape Monday.

ICE officers in Kansas City boxed in a vehicle driven by Florencio Millan-Vazquez, 32, claiming they had a warrant for his arrest for eventual deportation, authorities said.

Source: Caught on tape: ICE officers break window, drag man out of vehicle in front of family

UTAH MAN AND HIS WIFE KILLED FOR NOT STOPPING AT MEXICAN CHECKPOINT – American Tourists Assassinated at Check Point Near Petatlán

American couple killed in Mexico in front of their 12-year-old son, family says

The victims were identified as the American Paul Nielsen of 48 years and his wife Janeth Vázquez of 43 years, originally from San Lorenzo Almecatla in Puebla, in addition to a 12-year-old boy and son of both, who was injured by the gunshots of fire .

Source: Utah man and his wife reportedly killed for not stopping at Mexican checkpoint

Source: Guerrero: Tourists Assassinated at Check Point Near Petatlán

Source: American couple killed in Mexico in front of their 12-year-old son, family says

Chicago Police Wrongly Raided Same Home 3 Times in 4 Months, Complaint Alleges

Chicago police incorrectly raided the same family’s home three times over the course of four months this year, according to a federal civil rights complaint filed Friday.

The complaint was filed against the city and Chicago Police Department on behalf of Krystal Archie and her three children: 14-year-old Savannah, 11-year-old Telia and 7-year-old Jhaimarion, according to a statement from Archie’s attorney Al Holfeld.

Source: Chicago Police Wrongly Raided Same Home 3 Times: Complaint