Skip to comments.LAPD commanders' personal information posted on website
Posted on 12/08/2011 2:33:50 PM PST by La Enchiladita
Personal information about more than two dozen members of the Los Angeles Police Department's command staff was anonymously posted on a website, officials said Wednesday.
The LAPD is investigating who may be behind the site, which listed officers' property records, campaign contributions, biographical information and, in a few cases, the names of children and other family members.
In the last few months, hackers have tried to break into the servers of several public agencies including the LAPD, the Fullerton Police Department and the Bay Area Rapid Transit system.
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Anonymous also threatened the police officer who used pepper spray at UC Davis, in addition to posting his personal info online.
Anonymous, Occupy LA et al represent the worst of leftist commie scum, as we see a huge uptick in assaults of various kinds vs. police officers during the ubama regime.
I think it was the Mayor not Anonymous
That’s an interesting thought.....
LAPD = an ongoing criminal conspiracy.
Looks like you’re part of the Occupy “movement.”
Or maybe you’re just a common criminal with a grudge vs. the police.....
Not all police operations are critically infected from top to bottom with unionized, tax money sucking, criminal scum - but the LAPD sure is.
See - LAPD Rampart.
RE: the LAPD and “rampart”
More than 70 police officers in the CRASH unit were implicated in misconduct, making it one of the most widespread cases of documented police misconduct in United States history. The convicted offenses include unprovoked shootings, unprovoked beatings, planting of evidence, framing of suspects, stealing and dealing narcotics, bank robbery, perjury, and covering up evidence of these activities.
....the LAPD = an ongoing criminal conspiracy.
"Of the 70 officers named by Pérez, only 24 were actually found to have committed any wrongdoing, with 12 given suspensions of various lengths, 7 resigned, and 5 fired..."
So, Perez lied about most of it, and caused a huge fraction of the problems himself. But, there were others, too because LAPD had a politically mandated diversity "problem", and under the Fat Willy regime, background standards were relaxed for politically correct applicants, with disasterous results. BUT, to call today's LAPD "an ongoing criminal conspiracy" is Liberaltarian Paultard hyperbole.
All or almost all of that info can be pieced together from facebook, online or physical phone books and other information sources.
The “why” and “why them” it is being collected it are the bigger issues.
Were there so few convictions because so little criminality was revealed - or because these guys protect their own?
The LAPD is an ongoing criminal conspiracy. They rob banks, deal drugs, collect protection money, steal evidence, plant evidence and kill people.
If you think that was somehow limited to 10 years ago and it has all been rainbows and roses from that time - you are living in a dream world.
I say GOOD, let’s have more of it. and no, not for the reasons you might think.
I don’t Believe ANY PUBLIC SERVANT should be able to hide behind a veil of secrecy of any kind, for once they do they cease to be public servants and begin to be agents of tyrants and tyrants themselves .
Give whoever did this a cigar and a hearty pat on the back. No one drawing a public salary from a municipality deserves a cloak of anonymity.
Thank you. I'm thinking this might be something heard about on "Coast to Coast" and, as mentioned upthread, Van Jones.
Your high and mighty arguments don’t hold water in the real world. The nature of police work is that they apprehend and put away bad, evil people who can and will seek retribution. It is common sense to protect police officers’ personal info and, if you would advocate putting their families in danger, you need to think again as if it were you in that situation.
It is a well-known communist agenda to go after the police, that is why. Some far right paranoid militia types agree: it's what I call "far right meets far left."
Anyone who followed this particular police operation to evict the Occupy L.A. vagrants after TWO MONTHS of tolerating their camp-out, knows that it was one of most delicate, downright polite maneuvers conducted by ANY police department in a similar situation ever. The occupiers/arrestees have no grievance whatsoever.
I'm probably going to regret engaging you further, but seriously, no, "The LAPD" clearly, without question, unequivocally does not rob banks, deal drugs, collect protection money, steal evidence, plant evidence, or gratuitiously kill people. You're maybe thinking of the TJ policia? Or Los Federales en Mexico? Or the Saudi Religious police?
Back in the day, before the advent of quota hiring Rafael Perez, David Mack, Kevin Gains, et. al. would never have made it through the background process. They are they guys, by the way, who did some of the things you attribute to the organization. And they got caught (by the LAPD), prosecuted (by the DA, with extensive detective bureau and managment support from the LAPD at the highest levels), and put in jail. They remain apostate to this day; i've yet to meet an LAPD officer who expresses anything but the greatest scorn for those turds, usually in the most colorful language they can manage. Nonetheless, the backgrounds are back in place, and have been for over a decade. LAPD learned from those errors (as did their political masters at city hall), and while there are still challenges, those egregious hiring decisions are a thing of the past. Don't believe me? Send in your application. Send us a note back and let us know how far you get. It's ok, we'll wait....
That said, the LAPD employs, in round numbers, 13,000 people. Some fish are going to get through the net, but no agency does more to ferret out wrongdoing in its own ranks than they do, which, frankly, is a lot.
So, the point, I suppose in trying to enage, is this: do you really object to the LAPD, or do you object to the concept of policing itself? Or do you just object to the concept of providing order to what remains of our culture, our values, and our Republic? Will it be OK when the really, truely, actually brutal policies, of say, Los Federales is brought here, after the reconquista?