Pig News XXXIV

(SEATTLE, Wash.) – A Washington man remains in a coma after being tacked into a wall earlier this month by a deputy in King County, Washington. The deputy, 27-year old Matthew Paul, outweighed the man he smashed into a wall by nearly a hundred pounds.

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The man did nothing wrong. Here’s a video.

Rene Guillen

Rene Guillen

BAL HARBOUR, Fla. — Authorities say a Bal Harbour police officer molested a 7-year-old girl.

Police say Rene Guillen, a five-year-veteran with the city’s motorcycle unit, was arrested Thursday at his home in South Miami-Dade. He was charged with sexual aggravated battery on a juvenile.

Bal Harbour Police Chief Thomas E. Hunker says Guillen has never been disciplined by the department.

He was being held without bail set.

That’s it. That is the entire article!At least they reported it, a half assed job it was though. I even had to look for a picture of this pig.

A New Orleans police sergeant was charged this week with three counts of rape and three counts of incest.

A St. Tammany Parish grand jury on Wednesday indicted the 51-year-old Slidell-area man. All three counts stemmed from alleged incidents with his two stepdaughters and his stepson, authorities said.

The Times-Picayune is withholding the man’s name to protect the identity of his victims. Authorities would not disclose the age of the victims, but cases in which a victim is under the age of 13 fall under the state’s definition of aggravated rape.

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Steven Crider

Steven Crider

The West Manchester Township Manager said former Detective Steven Crider was three months from retiring when he was fired last month after being accused of stealing drugs seized from crimes instead of storing them for evidence.A York County district judge set Crider’s bond at $25,000 Tuesday.

Crider had been with the West Manchester Police Department for 30 years. Court documents show Crider admitted to stealing about 100 grams of cocaine for his personal use and replacing it with chalk. He also admitted to taking cocaine and marijuana from evidence collected in other cases.
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Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Judith Champagne also ordered Diane Buchanan to serve four years on probation, complete a one-year counseling program and perform 250 hours of community service, according to Deputy District Attorney Natalie Adomian.

Buchanan, 38, had faced a maximum of six years in state prison.

Buchanan was indicted on Oct. 12, 2007, on one felony count each of child abuse, corporal injury to a child and assault by means likely to produce great bodily injury. She was convicted April 17 of the three charges.

The case dates back to May 9, 2005, when Buchanan misplaced her cell phone and was told by a minor at Barry J. Nidorf Juvenile Hall in Sylmar that a boy took the phone and flushed it down the toilet.

According to the prosecution, Buchanan went to the boy’s cell with five other minors, opened the door and let them attack the youth, then failed to provide medical treatment for him or report the incident.

Buchanan eventually found her cell phone in her car, according to prosecutors.

By implicating a man for a crime he did not commit in order to cover up for accidentally firing his weapon, a former Leoni Township police officer hurt more than himself and the wrongly accused man.

“This has damaged all of law enforcement in this community and beyond,” Jackson County Circuit Judge Chad Schmucker said Tuesday before sentencing Jerry Massey Jr., a fired cop, to a year probation.

Schmucker also ordered Massey, 45, to spend three weekends, from 6 p.m. Friday to 6 p.m. Sunday, in the county jail.

Massey earlier pleaded guilty to misconduct in office, a felony punishable by five years in prison. In exchange for his plea, the prosecution dropped a charge of filing a false felony.

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A former Huntington Park police officer and West Covina resident has been convicted on federal charges stemming from thefts of cocaine and methamphetamine from drug dealers.Sgt. Alvaro Murillo, 45, was found guilty Tuesday of two counts of drug conspiracy, one count of extortion and one count of submitting a false tax return.

The mandatory minimum sentence for the conviction is 10 years in federal prison, officials said.

Murillo, a former federal drug trafficking task force member who was sometimes referred to as “El Padrino,” or “The Godfather,” worked from 2002 to 2006 with informants to identify drug dealers they could steal narcotics from, according to the charges.

Murillo would use law enforcement databases to check to see if there were any active investigations into the drug dealers they targeted, officials said.

Murillo’s informants would steal from the dealers, often with Murillo nearby as back up. Murillo and others then stored and sold the drugs, officials said.

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Fuck it. that’s enough for now. There’s more though.

These cocksucking pigs make me want to vomit meals I had last month.

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