Cop shoots and kills National Guard hero for cutting him off

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You serve your country, make it out alive and then a cop with road rage kills you. One of the passengers and witnesses in the car was an off duty cop so lets here the cop groupies make excuses for this fine officer.

Cutting off a policeman with his car cost a US Army National Guardsman his life. After getting pulled over by an angry cop Friday morning, the victim was shot to death by the detective while his hands were allegedly still on the steering wheel.

The New York police detective, 39-year old Hassan Hamdy, fired one fatal bullet through the open car window of 22-year old Noel Polanco, who was declared dead within one hour of the shooting.
Polanco was driving himself and two friends, one of which was an off-duty police officer, home after work around 5:15 a.m. After cutting off the cops in their unmarked car – which the trio did not realize was a police car – the three friends were harassed in what they described as “an act of road rage.”

The police chased them, “sticking their middle fingers at us and screaming obscenities,” said 36-year-old Diane DeFerrari, a bartender who sat in the passenger seat of Polanco’s car.
DeFarrari told the New York Post that with rifles drawn, the police officers pulled over the vehicle and ordered Polanco and his friends to put their hands up. But in an instant – before Polanco had time to take his hands off the steering wheel – he was shot dead.

“I heard [Polanco] gasp. He just looked at me.” DeFarrari said.

“There was no time to put your hands up at all. They shot in front of my face. Had I moved an inch, it would probably have been me,” she added.

Hamdy, the cop who pulled the trigger, is a 14-year veteran assigned to the Emergency Service Unit. A spokesperson for the department told the New York Times that there were reports of movement inside Polanco’s car, which may have caused concern that the driver may have been armed.

“We looked for a weapon, we didn’t find any; we found a drill,” chief spokesman Paul J. Browne said in a news briefing. “I’m not saying it played a role. I’m just saying we looked for a weapon. We did not find a weapon. The only thing we found was that drill.”

While the police department claims Hamdy fired the gun after Polanco reached for something under his seat, DeFarrari says her friend kept his hands on the steering wheel until the bullet struck him.

The family of the victim is now calling for justice for the unarmed victim, who was passionate about serving his country. Polanco had dreams of becoming a police officer himself after serving his time as an Army National Guardsman.

“There was no bad bone in his body. We just want justice because it should have never went down like this,” said Palanco’s 15-year-old sister, Amanda Reyes.
Why isn't Bloomberg saying cops should be disarmed for the safety of the public?
 

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You serve your country, make it out alive and then a cop with road rage kills you.
You know damned well Kirk would've shit on this guy as a globalist jackbooted thug while he was serving overseas, but Kirk is licking his balls as a hero now that he got killed by a cop.

And if this guy had lived and realized his dream of becoming a cop, Kirk would've shit on him for being a jackbooted globalist thug.

The lesson... the only way a globalist thug can be a hero in Kirk's eyes is to get themselves killed by another globalist thug.
 

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Cunt Kirk posting another anti cop story. Yeah, this isn't old or anything.
Here is one of the groupies.

You know damned well Kirk would've shit on this guy as a globalist jackbooted thug while he was serving overseas, but Kirk is licking his balls as a hero now that he got killed by a cop.

And if this guy had lived and realized his dream of becoming a cop, Kirk would've shit on him for being a jackbooted globalist thug.

The lesson... the only way a globalist thug can be a hero in Kirk's eyes is to get themselves killed by another globalist thug.
Nope.
 

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Cunt Kirk posting another anti cop story. Yeah, this isn't old or anything.
To be fair you don't have to be a basement dwelling lunatic to see that as the caliber of people that make up our society goes down so does the caliber of people being entrusted to enforce the laws.

I can see it in my own local department. There is a huge difference between the veteran cops and the 20 somethings on the force. Hell a few of our salty dogs are pieces of shit too.

Actually I've noticed a lot of the younger cops are much more timid too. There is a guy that's new so he's on foot patrol around the neighborhood and talking to him is like talking to someone with assbergers.
 

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If Motorhead is willing to be real honest I'm sure he'd tell you he works with some real shit heads.
 

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I've always said that the people who most want to be cops are often the last people who should be cops.
 

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I've always said that the people who most want to be cops are often the last people who should be cops.
Like the guy in Observe and Report, you know those guys exist but in reality they get the job.

More Andy Griffiths, less Barney Fifes. You know a modern Barney would shoot everyone but now the higher ups are also Barney that think its a good thing.
 

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Like the guy in Observe and Report, you know those guys exist but in reality they get the job.

More Andy Griffiths, less Barney Fifes. You know a modern Barney would shoot everyone but now the higher ups are also Barney that think its a good thing.
One of the reasons there aren't more Andy Griffiths... because being a cop can be a thankless job. Because there are people out there who run around finding examples of police misbehavior and then paint all police with a broad brush and throw around bullshit accusations about how all police are brutal thugs who serve the globalist overlords, and get medals and promotions for abusing and murdering public citizens. You know any people like that, Kirk? People who sit in their basements and cast judgement and insults at police officers?

That's why I would never want to be a cop... because life incompetent do-nothing know-nothings like Kirk would feel compelled to blather their stupid shit and insult me, and then I would have to smash their faces in with a nightstick, and then I would go to jail.
 

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One of the reasons there aren't more Andy Griffiths... because being a cop can be a thankless job. Because there are people out there who run around finding examples of police misbehavior and then paint all police with a broad brush and throw around bullshit accusations about how all police are brutal thugs who serve the globalist overlords, and get medals and promotions for abusing and murdering public citizens. You know any people like that, Kirk? People who sit in their basements and cast judgement and insults at police officers?

That's why I would never want to be a cop... because life incompetent do-nothing know-nothings like yourself would feel compelled to blather your stupid shit and insult me, and then I would have to smash your face in with a nightstick, and then I would go to jail.
Now that you but it that way, yeah Kirks a cunt.
 

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To be fair you don't have to be a basement dwelling lunatic to see that as the caliber of people that make up our society goes down so does the caliber of people being entrusted to enforce the laws.

I can see it in my own local department. There is a huge difference between the veteran cops and the 20 somethings on the force. Hell a few of our salty dogs are pieces of shit too.

Actually I've noticed a lot of the younger cops are much more timid too. There is a guy that's new so he's on foot patrol around the neighborhood and talking to him is like talking to someone with assbergers.
I don't disagree, it's just I think everyone here knows there are good cops and shitty cops, just like there are good people and shitty people. I'm tired of seeing this faggot post the same trollish threads.
 

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I don't disagree, it's just I think everyone here knows there are good cops and shitty cops, just like there are good people and shitty people. I'm tired of seeing this faggot post the same trollish threads.
Yeah after reading what THP posted I see this thread for what it actually is.








Baaaaaaa!
 

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That's why I would never want to be a cop... because life incompetent do-nothing know-nothings like yourself would feel compelled to blather your stupid shit and insult me, and then I would have to smash your face in with a nightstick, and then I would go to jail.
So you would never be a cop because of free speech? You would only be a cop in a 100% police state? BTW you wouldn't go to jail, the tax payers would possibly have to pay me a few pieces of paper, you may get fired but you would immediately get hired by the state after things die down.

Is that cop who assaulted a judge for no reason in jail? Lets see... Google.com>search: Justice Thomas Raffaele> result>

New York Law Journal
June 7, 2012

A Queens Supreme Court justice who said he was violently assaulted by a New York City police officer said yesterday the attack may well warrant criminal charges—and, in any case, the officer does not belong on the street.

"Frankly, I think this particular person would be dangerous to keep as an officer," said Justice Thomas Raffaele (See Profile), 69, who said he was attacked and hit in the throat by an officer early Friday morning. "He should not have a gun and should not be in a position to hurt people."

But the officer, who has not been identified, remains on duty pending an investigation, according to Deputy Police Commissioner Paul Browne. Browne said the incident is being investigated by the NYPD's Internal Affairs Bureau and the Civilian Complaint Review Board.
Now lets go forward in time

Posted: 08/22/2012 5:14 pm Updated: 08/22/2012 5:19 pm
Judge Thomas Raffaele's Alleged NYPD Attacker Won't Face Criminal Charges

No criminal charges will be filed against an NYPD officer accused of violently striking a New York state Supreme Court justice in the throat in an unprovoked attack earlier this summer, the Queens district attorney said Wednesday.

Judge Thomas Raffaele, who reported the alleged assault, called the DA's decision "shocking" and accused the NYPD officers involved of lying to cover up their misconduct.
So you can assault a judge and get away with it as long as you are working for the state.

Assault someone while working for the state and the state defends you. Assault someone without working for the state and the state wants to take every ones rights away in the name of safety.

Yes there are bad cops and good cops and the problem is that bad cops are not fired. Good cops should be outraged the most since bad cops give them all a bad name.
 
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The "Cop" in the backseat is on administrative leave & has been for some time now. No, I'm sure she's a great witness.

I actually know the cop that shot the guardsman. Very even keel guy, not one to fly of the handle. The story I got was that the guy was acting like a tweeker (Meth Head), driving like a maniac at 5am & made a quick move under his seat. The cop shot him in the stomach once. He bled to death. The chick who claims that he kept his hands on the wheel wasn't even looking at him when the shot was fired, she was looking out the passenger window. As far as yelling & screaming & throwing up the finger, they were trying to pull him over in an unmarked car. They were yelling for him to pull over.

Go ahead & think this was a big conspiracy all you want. Sadly, it was nothing more than a tragic mistake.
 

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Kirk - 100,000+ police officers in this country went to work today including myself. Some of us wrote citations for traffic violations. Some investigated a murder or an armed robbery. One of us may have lost his life while preforming the duties that gutless wonders like you can never do. And then you come on here like the baiting little cunt you are - laying out a line of breadcrumbs in hopes of luring the birds to your nonsense. You come here like an impetuous child holding up one story of the day that always towers head and shoulders over the daily stories that never see the press. The cop that collared a thug that is knocking old ladies over the head for their pension checks. The cop that volunteered his time to go to an elementary school to teach kids about safety. No, fuck the 100,000 stories that happened in law enforcement today and come here with your shiny little prize.

Good for you Kirk. Your daily confirmations of being a cunt are confirmed. But that's okay, because when cunts dial 911 we still show up and do the job.
 

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So you would never be a cop because of free speech? You would only be a cop in a 100% police state? BTW you wouldn't go to jail, the tax payers would possibly have to pay me a few pieces of paper, you may get fired but you would immediately get hired by the state after things die down.

Is that cop who assaulted a judge for no reason in jail? Lets see... Google.com>search: Justice Thomas Raffaele> result>



Now lets go forward in time



So you can assault a judge and get away with it as long as you are working for the state.

Assault someone while working for the state and the state defends you. Assault someone without working for the state and the state wants to take every ones rights away in the name of safety.

Yes there are bad cops and good cops and the problem is that bad cops are not fired. Good cops should be outraged the most since bad cops give them all a bad name.
Having dealt with quite a few Judges (retired ones, too) they can be some of the biggest CUNTS, ever.

If you're interfering with an active police operation, keep your mouth shut. Let them do their job.

If you believe they're doing something illegal tape it and call the RAT squad. Those pieces of garbage are more then willing to listen to you.
 

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The "Cop" in the backseat is on administrative leave & has been for some time now. No, I'm sure she's a great witness.

I actually know the cop that shot the guardsman. Very even keel guy, not one to fly of the handle. The story I got was that the guy was acting like a tweeker (Meth Head), driving like a maniac at 5am & made a quick move under his seat. The cop shot him in the stomach once. He bled to death. The chick who claims that he kept his hands on the wheel wasn't even looking at him when the shot was fired, she was looking out the passenger window. As far as yelling & screaming & throwing up the finger, they were trying to pull him over in an unmarked car. They were yelling for him to pull over.

Go ahead & think this was a big conspiracy all you want. Sadly, it was nothing more than a tragic mistake.
Its not a conspiracy, the state worker shot a unarmed man and nothing will happen. Who has more to gain by lying? The 2 witnesses in the car have nothing to gain, the cop wants to keep his job. I love that they said he was going for a power drill, was he going to build the nice officer a house?

Having dealt with quite a few Judges (retired ones, too) they can be some of the biggest CUNTS, ever.

If you're interfering with an active police operation, keep your mouth shut. Let them do their job.

If you believe they're doing something illegal tape it and call the RAT squad. Those pieces of garbage are more then willing to listen to you.
Another cop groupie.
 

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The guy deserved to be shot for driving like an asshole, just not by a cop.
 

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Kirk - 100,000+ police officers in this country went to work today including myself. Some of us wrote citations for traffic violations. Some investigated a murder or an armed robbery. One of us may have lost his life while preforming the duties that gutless wonders like you can never do. And then you come on here like the baiting little cunt you are - laying out a line of breadcrumbs in hopes of luring the birds to your nonsense. You come here like an impetuous child holding up one story of the day that always towers head and shoulders over the daily stories that never see the press. The cop that collared a thug that is knocking old ladies over the head for their pension checks. The cop that volunteered his time to go to an elementary school to teach kids about safety. No, fuck the 100,000 stories that happened in law enforcement today and come here with your shiny little prize.

Good for you Kirk. Your daily confirmations of being a cunt are confirmed. But that's okay, because when cunts dial 911 we still show up and do the job.
Should I call Samsung and thank them every day my phone works or should I only call them when something goes wrong?
 

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Should I call Samsung and thank them every day my phone works or should I only call them when something goes wrong?
What a cunty and typical response.
 

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Happy Valentines Day Kirk....


Grand jury refuses to indict NYPD cop who gunned down National Guardsman during traffic stop

  • By LARRY CELONA and DAN MacLEOD
  • Last Updated: 5:33 PM, February 14, 2013
  • Posted: 2:21 PM, February 14, 2013

Seth Gottfried
The traffic stop in October that left National Guardsman Noel Polanco dead.
A Queens grand jury today declined to indict a NYPD cop who gunned down an unarmed National Guardsman last year, authorities said.

The jury returned a no true bill in the case against ESU cop Hassan Hamdy, who shot Noel Polanco in October during a traffic stop on the Grand Central Parkway, a law-enforcement source said.

"The family of Noel Polanco is extremely disappointed, the Queens Grand jury did not vote to indict the Police Officer who shot and killed him," said Polanco family lawyer Sanford Rubenstein. "The family will in the near future meet with their advisors to determine the best way to move forward in their quest for justice.


The cop testified two weeks ago before the panel for three hours -- and at the end, he made a statement expressing his condolences to the Polanco family.

"This office conducted a thorough, complete and independent investigation into all of the facts and circumstances surrounding Mr. Polanco’s death," said Queens DA Richard Brown.

Detectives' Endowment Association President Michael Palladino said, "I was cautiously optimistic that there would be no indictment. 23 grand jurors thoroughly examined the evidence and concluded that no crime was committed. I am sure that they took into consideration that Polanco was intoxicated and contributed to what happened. I am sure that our detective was relieved because it was never his intention to either commit a crime or kill anyone."

Hamdy, with the Emergency Services Unit, pulled over Polanco for speeding and erratic driving on Oct. 4. The 22-year-old Guardsman refused to show his hands and "lunged from the bottom of the car with both of his hands," his lawyer said earlier this month.

But Polanco's front-seat passenger maintained he kept his hands on the wheel the whole time. No weapons were found in the car.

"Detective Hamdy is extremely relieved by today's decision," said his attorney, Phil Karasyk. "No police officer ever wants to be faced with such a life or death split-second decision. It stays with them forever."

Hamdy was not placed on modified assignment after the shooting, but he isn't working on the street, a source close the cop said.