The Police : Sandra Bland traffic stop (ORIGINAL) * Police HID By Removing It From Public View

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    • Waller County collects about $1.23 million in fines a year -- otherwise known as revenue -- thanks in large part to the sheriff's department. And county funds could take a serious hit, in the form of a settlement with the Bland family, if Looney's investigation turns up civil rights violations, criminality by government employees or other wrongdoing.
    • In her own recorded testimony Sandra Bland pulled over, because she realized the police was in her lane and approaching at a speed, more than the posted 20 mile an hour speed limit.
    • Any of us would consider this a reason to get out of their way and possibly pull to the right slow lane. New to Texas as she stated only just arriving, did not know about a signal before lane change ordinance.
    • The officer after arresting Sandra Bland was on the radio making up and being counseled on what charges he could site.
    • In Sandra Bland own recorded testimony. After being hand-cuffed asked the officer if he wanted her to sit down, and kept asking what he wanted. Despite conflicting demands. He pulled her from off camera to on camera and stated himself for her to come over to the back of her car. He then pulled her roughly and unlawfully hand-cuffed back off camera stating he made no such comment for her to approach the back of her vehicle.
    • In the recording I believe I heard the officer as he was telling his story to dispatch and others admit he tazed Sandra Bland. Sandra in her own words stated he push and threw her to the ground and had his knee in her back. She shared with him at that time she suffered from epilepsy. She could not be held responsible and for her involuntary movements. Which would explain if she was moving in a manner that he felt was uncontrollable...The African American female officer that arrived to assist stated.
    • " You should have thought about that before you resisted arrest. "
    • The arresting officer violated Sandra Bland's right to not be patted down by a male officer, and her own testimony on the recording states that in the video. As she commented on the dress she had on. That is clearly and should be construed as sexual and unlawful contact charges.
    • The ORIGINAL Video as the publisher states is edited. at the 23:00 minute mark and after. The tow truck driver in a repeated fashion kept coming out of his truck but had never actually returned to his truck.
    • Is it unlawful to change lanes in Texas without a signal? If is is, in the video multiple cars passed and changed lanes and they are long time residences of Texas.
    • How fast was the officer traveling after he ticketed the car before pulling away at a high rate of speed behind Sandra Bland? He was exceeding the 20 mile per hour speed limit!
    • The tow truck as it approached shown at the 22:15 minute mark. Made a U-Turn crossing four lanes to pull in front of Sandra's car. The tow truck driver although he had on his flashing lights ... did not signal he was about to turn (LEFT ) and cross several lanes if the law is what it is.
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    Published on Jul 22, 2015

    This is a PSA of Public Video!!! (ORIGINAL) Sandra Bland raffic stop *Police HID By Removing It From Public View. Texas Department of Public Safety removed this ORIGINAL from their account after nearly 1 million views and uploaded a different shorter video minus the obvious "official' editing starting around the 23:00 minute mark (Watch for robot stepping humyns & repeating vehicles on loop). Sinister **** ****!!!! So the holice pulled this hack job down from their site after being exposed. You'll also notice how the Armed pig, Brian Encinia, is on the phone at 23:54 minutes into the video, where he is having to MAKE UP THE CHARGES with a co-conspirator against citizen #SandraBland #SandyBland whom he had already arrested.
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    In the video the trash bag is neatly in the can and in another shot after that it is barely straight in the can.
    It is believed the bag was put over her head and staged later to cover up the suffocation.

    Sandra Bland Murder: Media Putting Out Staged Photos & Autopsy Report Rigged





    comment from someone on internet. : There has never even been a trash can in my cell anytime I've been in jail. Let alone a trash bag. And they take your shoestrings or shoes. This is ********.

    comment from someone on internet. : IMO the trash bag was used to hang her, after her collapse was tied to the structure to simulate her suicide, evidences by her feet still touching the floor as her body would have been fairly hard to hang by just the bag and the bagger.
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    Yes yet another federal investigation is called for again


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    Thanks for the Update Brother jamesfrmphilly

    One (1) year in jail and $4,000 fine for a misdemeanor, is as the attorney stated is a slap on the wrist.
    A civil suit by Sandra's family is being filed. That suit should include the police department as well.
    Sandra Bland suffered loss of life in their care.
     
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    The trooper is not being charged properly. He lied and committed perjury in this matter and intended to deceive the jury at the trial, he knew the meaning of the statement he was making, and it was a material statement during a trial about a very important detail of the crime. Sandra Bland's attorney should have known this.

    What was committed was " aggravated perjury in Texas, they may face a charge of a third degree felony. This carries a sentence of between two and ten years in a state prison and/or a fine of no more than $10,000. This is considered a very serious crime and the punishment in Texas is harsh for the falsification of a material statement in an official proceeding. "

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    http://statelaws.findlaw.com/texas-law/texas-perjury-laws.html

    Texas Perjury Laws

    Overview of Texas Perjury Laws

    Committing perjury is a violation of Texas state law. One commits perjury by making a false statement (either oral or written) while under oath or when swearing to the truth of a previous false statement that was either made under oath or required to be made under oath (such as a written statement). In order to prove a case for perjury, prosecutors must prove that the defendant made the false statement with the intent to deceive and with knowledge of the statement's meaning.

    Example: Bob is completing a background check form for his new government job, and he signs a statement stating that all the information in the form is true and correct to the best of his knowledge. However, Bob purposely states on the form that he graduated from college, when he knows that he did not but he wants his new employer to think that he did. This would be considered perjury because Bob intends to deceive his new employer and he knows the meaning of his statement.

    A defendant may also be charged with the higher crime of aggravated perjury if the perjury committed is made in or in connection with an official proceed and the false statement is material or important to the proceeding. To determine whether a statement would be considered material to a proceeding, it is helpful to ask yourself if the statement would affect the outcome of the proceeding or the course of how it was conducted. If so, then it will likely be considered to be "material."

    Example: Bob was testifying as a witness at a trial for a bank robbery and he was asked the color of the car he saw speeding off from the scene of the crime. He answered "blue" when he knew the car was red, however, Bob intentionally wanted people to think it was not red. Bob has committed aggravated perjury. This is because Bob intended to deceive the jury at the trial, he knew the meaning of the statement he was making, and it was a material statement during a trial about a very important detail of the crime.

    Perjury is considered a crime against justice, since it undermines the integrity of the justice system.

    Defenses to Perjury Charges
    • Lack of intent to deceive
    • Lack of knowledge of the statement's meaning
    • Mistake
    • Entrapment
    NOTE: It is not a defense that the oath was taken in an irregular manner or that there was some irregularity with the appointment or qualification of the person who was giving the oath.

    Penalties and Sentences

    Those convicted of perjury in Texas face a charge of a "Class A" misdemeanor. The punishment for a "Class A" misdemeanor is typically no more than one year in a county jail and/or a fine of not more than $4,000.

    If the defendant is convicted of aggravated perjury in Texas, they may face a charge of a third degree felony. This carries a sentence of between two and ten years in a state prison and/or a fine of no more than $10,000. This is considered a very serious crime and the punishment in Texas is harsh for the falsification of a material statement in an official proceeding.

    Texas Perjury Laws: Statute

    Texas Perjury Statute (Penal Code, Title 8, Chapter 37)
     
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    • Waller County collects about $1.23 million in fines a year -- otherwise known as revenue -- thanks in large part to the sheriff's department. And county funds could take a serious hit, in the form of a settlement with the Bland family, if Looney's investigation turns up civil rights violations, criminality by government employees or other wrongdoing.
    • In her own recorded testimony Sandra Bland pulled over, because she realized the police was in her lane and approaching at a speed, more than the posted 20 mile an hour speed limit.
    • Any of us would consider this a reason to get out of their way and possibly pull to the right slow lane. New to Texas as she stated only just arriving, did not know about a signal before lane change ordinance.
    • The officer after arresting Sandra Bland was on the radio making up and being counseled on what charges he could site.
    • In Sandra Bland own recorded testimony. After being hand-cuffed asked the officer if he wanted her to sit down, and kept asking what he wanted. Despite conflicting demands. He pulled her from off camera to on camera and stated himself for her to come over to the back of her car. He then pulled her roughly and unlawfully hand-cuffed back off camera stating he made no such comment for her to approach the back of her vehicle.
    • In the recording I believe I heard the officer as he was telling his story to dispatch and others admit he tazed Sandra Bland. Sandra in her own words stated he push and threw her to the ground and had his knee in her back. She shared with him at that time she suffered from epilepsy. She could not be held responsible and for her involuntary movements. Which would explain if she was moving in a manner that he felt was uncontrollable...The African American female officer that arrived to assist stated.
    • " You should have thought about that before you resisted arrest. "
    • The arresting officer violated Sandra Bland's right to not be patted down by a male officer, and her own testimony on the recording states that in the video. As she commented on the dress she had on. That is clearly and should be construed as sexual and unlawful contact charges.
    • The ORIGINAL Video as the publisher states is edited. at the 23:00 minute mark and after. The tow truck driver in a repeated fashion kept coming out of his truck but had never actually returned to his truck.
    • Is it unlawful to change lanes in Texas without a signal? If is is, in the video multiple cars passed and changed lanes and they are long time residences of Texas.
    • How fast was the officer traveling after he ticketed the car before pulling away at a high rate of speed behind Sandra Bland? He was exceeding the 20 mile per hour speed limit!
    • The tow truck as it approached shown at the 22:15 minute mark. Made a U-Turn crossing four lanes to pull in front of Sandra's car. The tow truck driver although he had on his flashing lights ... did not signal he was about to turn (LEFT ) and cross several lanes if the law is what it is.
    ======================


    Published on Jul 22, 2015

    This is a PSA of Public Video!!! (ORIGINAL) Sandra Bland raffic stop *Police HID By Removing It From Public View. Texas Department of Public Safety removed this ORIGINAL from their account after nearly 1 million views and uploaded a different shorter video minus the obvious "official' editing starting around the 23:00 minute mark (Watch for robot stepping humyns & repeating vehicles on loop). Sinister **** ****!!!!

    So the holice pulled this hack job down from their site after being exposed. You'll also notice how the Armed pig, Brian Encinia, is on the phone at 23:54 minutes into the video, where he is having to MAKE UP THE CHARGES with a co-conspirator against citizen #SandraBland #SandyBland whom he had already arrested.
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    /QUOTE] All of which begs the question what is wrong with that so very very cowardly, despicably abusively violent PIG in a USA’s policeman’s uniform, why would ANY man of even marginal integrity even think about manhandling an unarmed woman who has in no way physically attacked him, like that?

    Isn’t ANYONE who genuinely believes they are not programmed
    graphically illustrating that their programming is COMPLETE?
     
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