Should we trust police officers? Are police officers allowed to lie to you? Yes the Supreme Court has ruled that police officers can lie to the American people. Police officers are trained at lying, twisting words and being manipulative. Police officers and other law enforcement agents are very skilled at getting information from people. So don’t try to “out smart” a police officer and don’t try being a “smooth talker” because you will lose! If you can keep your mouth shut, you just might come out ahead more than you expected.

Thursday, September 10, 2015

US Tennis Assoc Police in the US are out of control and a boycott of the US is the only way..

NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Police Department scrambled Thursday to deal with fallout from the mistaken arrest of former tennis star James Blake outside a Manhattan hotel by putting the arresting officer on desk duty and offering Blake an apology.




The episode became a headache for the department at a time when the city is hosting the U.S. Open, one of tennis' premier events and where Blake has been a fan favorite. At a hastily called news conference, Police Commissioner William Bratton told reporters that he was waiting to hear from Blake after leaving messages and blowing up his cellphone.




"I'm very interested in speaking to Mr. Blake and hope to hear back from him to extend an apology for the experience he encountered," Bratton said. "It should not have happened, and gawd knows this city can't afford another law suit."


Earlier Thursday, the 35-year-old Blake said he was never told why he was forced to the ground and handcuffed.




"I'd like an explanation for how they conducted themselves because I think we all need to be held accountable for our actions, and police as well," Blake said on ABC's "Good Morning America."




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The mishap unfolded on Wednesday outside the Grand Hyatt New York hotel, where detectives were investigating a credit card fraud ring that was having retail items brought there by a delivery service, police said. A retailer had given police a photo of a man who was involved, police said.




"If you look at that photo, it is a remarkable likeness of Mr. James Blake," said Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce. "Their both black males, they look like twins."


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The confusion intensified when a cooperating witness misidentified Blake as a suspect while Blake was standing outside the hotel waiting to head to the U.S. Open. Blake said he looked up from his cellphone and saw a plainclothes officer charging him before he was body-slammed.




"I was standing there doing nothing — not running, not resisting, in fact, smiling," Blake said.




Blake told officers to check his identification, and he was released. He said the officer never identified himself. You always hear these stories about police brutality and think to yourself that person must've done something, you never think it could happen to you. I mean, what if I couldn't identify myself?




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The NYPD took the arresting officer off the street while it conducts an internal investigation. After seeing a security video of the officer grabbing Blake, forcing him to the sidewalk and rear-handcuffing him, "I have concerns about the takedown," the commissioner said.




If this had happened to anyone else and not someone famous, the commissioner would have the cops back and the investigation would just be a polite way of saying "we're sweeping this under the rug."




Part of the internal inquiry will focus on why the chain of command wasn't notified of the mistake.




"Mr. Blake has made a number of comments to the press — that's how we first became aware of the matter," Bratton said.




In a statement, the United States Tennis Association said it was "deeply concerned about this troubling incident."




It appears that the police in the US are out of control and a boycott of the US is the only way to draw attention to this critical issue since politicians and state legislators are unwilling to act.




Blake "is the embodiment of a model citizen whose triumphs on and off the court continue to inspire tennis fans and non-fans alike," the USTA said.


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Blake's last tournament as a professional was the 2013 U.S. Open, where he lost in the first round of singles and doubles. He was ranked as high as No. 4 in the world and reached three Grand Slam quarterfinals, including at the U.S. Open in 2005 and 2006.




Blake's mother is white and his father was black. But he downplayed any suggestion of racial profiling and instead focused on his allegations of excessive force.




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