Cop Fired For Exposing Department Policy Where Officers Have Sex With Prostitutes, Then Arrest Them

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A police officer in Arkansas recently lost his job after he exposed a massive scheme that allowed officers to have sex with prostitutes and then arrest them for servicing the undercover cops.

cop-and-prostituteThe way that Former Fort Smith Police Department Sgt. Don Paul Bales’ department had it set up, cops would “prove” that they weren’t really police officers, by having sex with prostitutes. The cop who had just broken the law himself would then follow up by arresting the women.

Now, a lawsuit that was obtained by local KFSM, reveal that an officer was fired for exposing the twisted police work.

The suit was just filed in Arkansas’s Sebastian County Circuit Court. The officer in question says he just wants his job back, as he did nothing but expose criminal activity among fellow officers.

This all started when Bales received a photo of an affidavit that had been filed back in April of 2014. That affidavit stated that an undercover cop in the “Street Crimes Unit” had engaged in what it termed “misconduct.”

The undercover officer, who was identified as “J.B.”, met a woman he thought might be a prostitute through the website Backpage.com.

The cop then set up a meeting with the woman at a motel where he later got her to agree to a rate of $150 an hour.

But the affidavit says that the undercover cop got disrobed, engaged in a sex act, and then arrested the woman on suspicion of misdemeanor prostitution.

The cop said that it was absolutely essential for him to do this “because he believed that such action was necessary to gather the proof needed to convict the person for violating the prostitution statute.”

When Bales saw this, he reported the misconduct to his superiors. He turned over the photo of the affidavit to his lawyer “just in case.”

But after an investigation, carried out by Fort Smith Police Department Chief Kevin Lindsey, it was decided that Bales was the one to blame. He had, Chief Lindsey still maintains, “violated department policy” when he allowed the officer’s name on the affidavit.

But Bales has maintained that any communication between himself and his lawyer is protected by attorney-client privilege.

The attorney published the affidavit some time later, but he redacted it to conceal the identity of the officer in question. So this department policy, both the lawyer and Bales maintain, was never in fact violated.

Now, the department is saying that Bales violated a full eight rules. Among them, Chief Lindsey says Bales was guilty of: not being truthful, giving false testimony, revealing confidential information, releasing a confidential report and not respecting his superiors.

Here’s where it gets really crazy… Lindsey says that the undercover officer in question was “in accordance with department policy” when he engaged in sexual relations with the prostitute who he later arrested.

Even worse, and adding insult to injury, the termination of Sgt. Bales has been upheld on appeal by the Fort Smith Civil Service Commission… twice.

Joquasha Rosado Beat Teen With Metal Stool For Farting Near Her

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Angered that a fellow pupil passed gas in her general direction, a New York City high school student allegedly clobbered the male victim in the head with a metal stool and repeatedly punched him in the face, according to police.

gassyJoquasha Rosado, 17, was arrested last week following the bloody attack at South Richmond High School in Staten Island. She was subsequently named in a criminal complaint charging her with felony assault, weapons possession, and harassment.

Rosado’s attack on the 15-year-old victim left the boy with “a bleeding gash that required eight staples,” reported Officer Jennifer Hadley. After hitting the victim with the metal stool, Rosado allegedly struck the pupil “about the head approximately ten to fifteen times with a closed fist.”

Evangelino Colon Attacked Teen With Ax, Cut Out Her Tongue And Gouged Out Eyeball

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A teenage mum is fighting for life after her boyfriend attacked her with an AXE, chopping off her tongue and gouging out her eye in front of their two children.

axe-attackEvangelino Olivas Colon, 32, is said to have flown into a rage when his 17-year-old girlfriend Filis Elizondo Orellana said she wanted to take their six-month-old baby and three-year-old daughter over to her mum’s house.

Picking up the axe, he slammed it over her head before pummelling her in the face as she laid in a crumpled heap on the floor.

He then took a knife and sliced off her tongue before gouging out one of her eyeballs in front of their terrified children.

Police were called to the scene in the town of Baia Mare, Romania, after locals heard screaming.

Neighbour Alina Medrea, 59, said: “I heard this screaming coming from her and then when that stopped I could still hear the kids, and when I ran out to see what was happening I saw him running off with an axe.

“When I went inside it was like something out of a horror film.

“The girl was lying on the floor unconscious in a pool of blood, one of her eyes was missing and the children despite their young age were terrified and crying. It was just horrific.”

The young woman was rushed to intensive care where she is now fighting for her life.

Dr Dacian Juga from the Maramures County Medical Service for Emergencies said: “When we found her she was in a coma.

“She has now come out of that but is in grave condition with severe wounds to her skull and her face.”

Police later arrested her boyfriend, who faces 20 years in prison if he is convicted of attempted murder.

A police spokesman said: “This is one of the most horrific acts of domestic violence we have seen. The man is being held in custody until he can be taken to court. We need to see if the young woman survives before deciding what to charge him with.”

Zombie Nativity Must Be Removed From Ohio Yard

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Officials in Sycamore Township, Ohio, are pulling the plug on a zombie-themed nativity in a front yard.

Earlier this month, Jasen Dixon set up a version of the classic Christmas scene featuring skeletons as the three wise men and a demonic looking baby Jesus.

The decorations came from the 13 Rooms of Doom haunted house that he manages in Rising Sun, Indiana

“I wanted a nativity scene and I worked with what I had,” Dixon told Fox 19.

The reaction has been mixed.

“The neighbors don’t like it. My father hates it and anything bad that happens, he blames it on that,” he told the station. “On the average we probably get 30 or 40 cars stop and taking pictures, getting out with their camera. People that follow zombie movies and stuff like that love it.”

Officials in Dixon’s hometown have demanded the nutty nativity be removed, but insist it’s a zoning issue, not a zombie issue.

Township Administrator Greg Bickford told Cincinnati.com that the problem is that makeshift manger occupies too much of the front yard

Dixon has received two violations so far. He feels the orders to dismantle it violate his constitutional rights to free religious expression.

“I’ve lived here for 15 years and I’ve never had a violation of any kind,” Dixon told FoxNews.com. “It’s a holiday decoration. I know if it was a real pretty nativity scene they wouldn’t be saying anything.”

Dixon has until Dec. 26 to take the zombie nativity off his property without being penalized.

“I haven’t decided,” he told the Columbus Dispatch. “I don’t really know what’s going to happen.”

U.K. Sex Workers Sitting on Each Other’s Faces for Their Right to Fist

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vr33uei3fnjmxgxvyqcqA mass facesitting demonstration is taking place outside Parliament in London to protest new U.K. pornography regulations that will hold online porn to the same standards as DVDs: That means no spanking, no bondage, no watersports, no fisting, no squirting, and, of course, no facesitting.

Protestors opposed to the Audiovisual Media Services Regulations 2014, led by sex worker Charlotte Rose, staged the facesit-in to coincide with a parliamentary debate on what should be allowed in internet porn. Rose argues the new guidelines are sexist, because the list of banned acts seems to target female pleasure.

Watch the video here ……. Warning, Not Safe For Work

“These laws are not only sexist but they taking away people’s choices without consent,” she told the Independent.

Lib Dem MP Julian Huppert made a move to annul the new rules, calling it a “very odd” double standard to ban videos of acts that are legal between consenting adults. Huppert “tabled an Early Day Motion in order to ensure that the topic is debated in the House of Commons,” theIndependent reported.

Protestors had a secondary goal of setting a Guinness World Record for most people sitting on faces at the same time—500 people were expected to show up, based on Facebook RSVPs—but Guinness apparently rejected the record attempt.

Hippy turned wind farm tycoon is sued by his ex-wife for money he made AFTER their divorce

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A new age traveller who became a wealthy wind farm tycoon was ‘abusive’ to his ex-wife when she asked for maintenance payments, a court has heard.

23E1AF9F00000578-2865950-image-m-6_1418085970264Kathleen Wyatt said she feared Dale Vince would ‘become violent’ when she went to him begging for cash after being left on benefits with two children.

She to court 22 years after they divorced, claiming he rendered her destitute while he grew his business.

The landmark case, which has now reached the Supreme Court, could have far-reaching consequences for men who have become rich after a divorce.

Mr Vince left school at 15 and was part of a ‘Peace Convoy’ of hippies travelling around southwest England in the 1980s.

The pair married in 1981 when they were both penniless travellers, living largely on state benefits.

After their divorce in 1992, Mr Vince lived in an old ambulance he powered with a home-made wind turbine made from recycled materials.

19C9DFF7000005DC-0-image-m-13_1418067152740A strict vegan with shaggy hair and an earring, he was described in the Court of Appeal as ‘the most improbable candidate for affluence’.

But in 1995, Mr Vince founded Ecotricity, which is now one of the UK’s biggest green energy companies and led to him being awarded OBE in 2004.

Now worth an estimated £107 million, he owns a sports car and lives in the £3million 18th century Rodborough Fort, near Stroud, Gloucestershire, with his new wife and their five-year-old son.

He also owns a football club, Gloucestershire’s Forest Green Rovers where he has banned red meat, and installed an organic football pitch, avoiding the use of chemicals and cut by a solar-powered lawnmower.

Meanwhile Miss Wyatt, 55, says she is so poor that she has been travelling to hearings from her home in Monmouthshire by bus – and has been sleeping in a bus station.

Her claim for maintenance was struck out by the Court of Appeal, but her lawyers are now challenging this decision in the Supreme Court.

If she is successful, it will lead to a full hearing before a family judge who will decide whether any financial settlement is due.

Yesterday, she said in statement read out to the court that she had waited this long to make her claim because she was afraid of her ex-husband.

When they divorced, she was left to care for the couple’s young son and her daughter from a previous relationship, who Mr Vince treated as his own during their marriage.

She said she had gone to Mr Vince in the early 1990s ‘desperate’ for money but had been ‘fobbed off’.

She said: ‘He said he could not help because his business was too much of a strain on his resources. I didn’t know what to do so in 1995 I contacted the Child Support Agency (CSA).’

The CSA then began investigating the finances of Mr Vince, prompting him to become ‘abusive’, according to his ex-wife.

She added: ‘I couldn’t cope with the stress caused by him. I asked them to stop the assessment because I feared Dale would become violent towards me.’

The court heard Mr Vince’s finances improved ‘significantly’ after 1997 and continued to grow until the present day.

He was worth an estimated £57 million in 2012, which rose to £107 million according to the latest figures.

Philip Cayford QC, for Miss Wyatt, said: ‘We have no problem with that. It’s a remarkable story. The issue is whether the wife is entitled to a penny of that or not.

‘All the way through the 1990s and 2000s, she was clearly asking for assistance. It’s a sorry state that… in 2007 when the business was clearly flying and Mr Vince had had his OBE for three years, she wasn’t receiving a penny, and was having to borrow money from her son.’

Last year, senior family judge Lord Justice Thorpe said she had left her claim – amounting to around £100,000 for every year since she divorced him in 1992 – far too late.

But Mr Cayford said yesterday: ‘This case should not have been struck out. We say the Court of Appeal, with the greatest respect, got this wrong.’

The court heard Miss Wyatt found a new partner in 1993 and had two more children with him – but that he subsequently did not finance the family either.

Miss Wyatt was able to make the claim against Mr Vince because in family law cases, unlike in the civil courts, there is no time limit for a former spouse to bring a financial lawsuit.

Neither kept any documents from their divorce and the solicitors’ files have long since been shredded.

Davina Katz, Mr Vince’s solicitor and head of the family division at Schillings, said the case was significant because those who divorced young often did not resolve financial settlements if there was little wealth to share at the time.

She told the Financial Times: ‘There are plenty of people who separated decades ago but have not got divorced or if they did get divorced at the time did not deal with financial claims and so this could have profound implications.’

The case, which is being heard by a panel of five judges led by Britain’s most senior female judge Lady Hale, is expected to conclude tomorrow.

Ukraine’s government broadcasting agency had a problem on its hands Wednesday: Zombies. Lots and lots of zombies

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Ukraine’s government broadcasting agency had a problem on its hands Wednesday: Zombies. There were dozens of 38321940them outside to protest an increasingly “zombified” public willing to put up with more Russian programming on the walking-dead network of Ukrainian TV.

The Kremlin is in the midst of a new press to spread the Russian word through “Sputnick,” a global expansion of its state-run media operations.

Now the “zombies” are demanding Russian programs be jettisoned. They particularly object to Russian sitcoms that they say glorify the Russian military.

Organizers say they “deeply resent the domination of hostile Russian content” on Ukrainian television.

Ukraine’s National Television and Radio Broadcasting Council responded to the protest by saying that it is working on new legislation to combat Russian propaganda. “It will have more authority to see such matters are dealt with easily and quickly,” said representative Vladislav Sevryukov.

A video of the protest was uploaded to the Ukraine National News website.