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Police Misconduct in Fairfax County
Posted by: Coalition for Police Accountability ()
Date: July 01, 2010 06:23PM

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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/04/2010 01:19PM by Cary.

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Re: Police Misconduct in Fairfax County
Posted by: serious ()
Date: July 01, 2010 06:49PM

Serious shit

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Re: Police Misconduct in Fairfax County
Posted by: bizkit ()
Date: July 01, 2010 08:17PM

Clearly, this group has a lot of power and resources at its disposal to have developed such a modern and comprehensive website.

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Re: Police Misconduct in Fairfax County
Posted by: Clobbersaurus ()
Date: July 01, 2010 08:24PM

At least it's a step up (which is not saying much) from that guy who posted a middle school project a few months ago.

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Re: Police Misconduct in Fairfax County
Posted by: Ghost Of Tommy Burkett ()
Date: July 01, 2010 08:34PM

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I sure wish that website was around back when I was alive.

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Re: Police Misconduct in Fairfax County
Posted by: General Lee ()
Date: July 01, 2010 08:47PM

STFU and obey the law, retard.

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Re: Police Misconduct in Fairfax County
Posted by: About Time ()
Date: July 01, 2010 09:45PM

About the founder of Citizens Coalition for Police Accountability:

Nicholas Beltrante is an unlikely candidate to take on one of the nation's largest suburban police forces. He's 82, a World War II veteran, a former D.C. police officer, longtime private investigator, lifetime member of the National Rifle Association and frequent appointee to criminal justice advisory boards.

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Re: Police Misconduct in Fairfax County
Posted by: RCG239 ()
Date: July 01, 2010 10:28PM

that's funny, the "coalition" that is so concerned with details being held back seems to conveniently leave out details in some of their victim profiles---such as the fact that Ian Smith pulled his gun first. sad incidents nonetheless---nobody on either side wants to see this stuff happen.

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Re: Police Misconduct in Fairfax County
Posted by: Boo lives! ()
Date: July 01, 2010 10:31PM

How bout deem Herndon mo fuck as? Man, fuck deem niggas

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Re: Police Misconduct in Fairfax County
Posted by: geeeeeeeeeeeez ()
Date: July 01, 2010 11:42PM

About Time Wrote:
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> About the founder of Citizens Coalition for Police
> Accountability:
>
> Nicholas Beltrante is an unlikely candidate to
> take on one of the nation's largest suburban
> police forces. He's 82, a World War II veteran, a
> former D.C. police officer, longtime private
> investigator, lifetime member of the National
> Rifle Association and frequent appointee to
> criminal justice advisory boards.


dont forget senile, on viagra, wears adult diapers, and has his food chewed up for him by hospice. did he start this because someone was parked in his handicapped parking spot and the police didnt respond immediately?

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Re: Police Misconduct in Fairfax County
Posted by: Qwest ()
Date: July 02, 2010 12:03AM

RCG239 Wrote:
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> that's funny, the "coalition" that is so concerned
> with details being held back seems to conveniently
> leave out details in some of their victim
> profiles---such as the fact that Ian Smith pulled
> his gun first. sad incidents nonetheless---nobody
> on either side wants to see this stuff happen.


Why worry about accuracy when FFX police don't think it's citizens have the right to know what they are doing or even get the names of officers involved in shootings.

We are seriously concerned, and policies MUST change.

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Re: Police Misconduct in Fairfax County
Posted by: ThePackLeader ()
Date: July 02, 2010 03:56AM

It's perfectly alright to have a citizens' based review board for the police, because afterall, the military even has multiple forms of civilian oversight. The only requirement in my view, is that they respect the very individuals who they happen to be overseeing, and they also respect the difficulties of their jobs.

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"And if any women or children get their legs torn off, or faces caved in, well, it's tough shit for them." -2LT. Bert Stiles, 505th, 339th (On Berlin Bombardier Mission, 1944).

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Re: Police Misconduct in Fairfax County
Posted by: IHOP ()
Date: July 02, 2010 07:21AM

I wonder why they did not include that kid who was shot for stealing pancakes in Alexandria.

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Re: Police Misconduct in Fairfax County
Posted by: pgens ()
Date: July 02, 2010 08:43AM

Because the district attorney produced a report that included physics and other wizbang BS to conclude that a police officer jumping in front of a moving vehicle can then claim a life-threatening situation where lethal force is justified for self-defense. Rather than let a court and jury decide if that was BS, they made it simple and didn't file charges.





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Re: Police Misconduct in Fairfax County
Posted by: say ()
Date: July 02, 2010 08:48AM

IHOP Wrote:
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> I wonder why they did not include that kid who was
> shot for stealing pancakes in Alexandria.


How bout because it was not a Fairfax County cop involved in that shooting?

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Re: Police Misconduct in Fairfax County
Posted by: pgens ()
Date: July 02, 2010 08:50AM

say Wrote:
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> IHOP Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > I wonder why they did not include that kid who
> was
> > shot for stealing pancakes in Alexandria.
>
>
> How bout because it was not a Fairfax County cop
> involved in that shooting?

That is true, but the articles discussing FCPD's unwillingness to apply daylight to their operations also frequently mention Arlington County and Alexandria City police as being equally secretive.

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Re: Police Misconduct in Fairfax County
Posted by: SMT ()
Date: February 27, 2012 03:07PM

Nick Beltrante is a scam artist in EVERY sense of the word. I have known him personally for over 30 years. He says that he is this big WWII war hero, but all he is a liar. He spent less than a year on a medical navy ship and then faked an injury to get out of his military responsibility. He gives a bad name to all of our brave soldiers of WWII. He used to laugh about all the "ni**ers (racist word) that he used to lock up just for the fun of it in DC as a cop. He said there would be an African American walking down the street with a TV or something and him/his partner would confiscate it and claim the African American stole it. I believe he has joined this cause because he is getting old and is trying to make up for all the bad things he has committed in his life. He has no relationship with his own adult children, has been involved in domestic violence with his ex-wife (Patricia) and had domestic disputes galore, was shady in his background screening/private investigative business (Beltrante & Associates), the list goes on and on. He has paid for awards, he is able to lie about his past jobs/degree/etc because he is so old that there are not very well kept records. He claims to be a lawyer and never received a true juris doctor degree or took any bar exam. It's truly unbelievable the evidence I could provide you. I am truly shocked that his opinion holds ANY water with FFX County.


About Time Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> About the founder of Citizens Coalition for Police
> Accountability:
>
> Nicholas Beltrante is an unlikely candidate to
> take on one of the nation's largest suburban
> police forces. He's 82, a World War II veteran, a
> former D.C. police officer, longtime private
> investigator, lifetime member of the National
> Rifle Association and frequent appointee to
> criminal justice advisory boards.

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Re: Police Misconduct in Fairfax County
Posted by: hoocoodanode ()
Date: February 27, 2012 06:31PM

SMT Wrote:
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> He has paid for awards, he is able to lie about
> his past jobs/degree/etc because he is so old that
> there are not very well kept records. He claims
> to be a lawyer and never received a true juris
> doctor degree or took any bar exam. It's truly
> unbelievable the evidence I could provide you. I
> am truly shocked that his opinion holds ANY water
> with FFX County.

I am not a lawyer, and I don't play one on TV. But Virginia had, or still has, process known as "reading the law" by which a person can learn the law by working with practicing lawyer or judge for a period of time; then, the person could sit for the bar exam. This was the way it was done before law schools and before the ABA came on the scene.

I know nothing about old man Beltrante or his status as a member of any bar. But it could be that he read the law.

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Re: Police Misconduct in Fairfax County
Date: February 27, 2012 06:35PM

Nicky Belarante.....seriously, is that old fart dead yet? Talk about a bag of hot air. Spare me.

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Re: Police Misconduct in Fairfax County
Posted by: beekers ()
Date: February 27, 2012 09:31PM

This thread sucks....who cares about the cops.....if you care so much go apply for the job...

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Re: Police Misconduct in Fairfax County
Posted by: ProCop ()
Date: February 28, 2012 01:24AM

Why doesn't the idiots site talk about the 2 officers killed in the parking lot of their station. Don't criticize a cop until you walk in their shoes.

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Re: Police Misconduct in Fairfax County
Posted by: John Q Citizen ()
Date: February 28, 2012 08:29AM

Never broke the law. Never had a problem with cops. It's really not that hard! All you whiners are likely the scum that ought to be in prison, if not for the bleeding heart lib judges who love to coddle felons and released you back into society.

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Re: Police Misconduct in Fairfax County
Posted by: Im sure we can find his skeletons ()
Date: February 28, 2012 01:13PM

hoocoodanode Wrote:
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> SMT Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > He has paid for awards, he is able to lie
> about
> > his past jobs/degree/etc because he is so old
> that
> > there are not very well kept records. He
> claims
> > to be a lawyer and never received a true juris
> > doctor degree or took any bar exam. It's truly
> > unbelievable the evidence I could provide you.
> I
> > am truly shocked that his opinion holds ANY
> water
> > with FFX County.
>
> I am not a lawyer, and I don't play one on TV. But
> Virginia had, or still has, process known as
> "reading the law" by which a person can learn the
> law by working with practicing lawyer or judge for
> a period of time; then, the person could sit for
> the bar exam. This was the way it was done before
> law schools and before the ABA came on the scene.
>
>
> I know nothing about old man Beltrante or his
> status as a member of any bar. But it could be
> that he read the law.


Its funny that an old fart who worked for least trusted department in the area has an opinion about FX CO. At the time he was a cop , his dept.was about as racist as they come. His " police should have no secrets" must be a revelation similar to a murdering convict in prison becoming a religious fanatic.

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