The victim said he told his mother he’d take the trash out in the morning.
A family is suing the city of Henderson, Nevada for violating their Third Amendment rights — the constitutional prohibition against quartering soldiers in a private home during peacetime without the owner’s consent.
The Mitchell family says that’s essentially what happened when Henderson police allegedly arrested them for refusing to let officers use their homes for a “tactical advantage” in a domestic violence investigation into a neighbor, according to an official complaint.
Police officers contacted Anthony Mitchell on July 10, 2011, with a request to use his house as a lookout while investigating his neighbor. When Mitchell told police that he did not wish to be involved, the complaint alleges, police decided they would use the residence anyway.
Tyler James Deutsch, 25, says he doesn’t know how his daughter ended up in freezer with a broken arm, broken leg, a head injury and a core temperature of 84 degrees.
Tyler Deutsch — wearing a suicide smock — pleaded not guilty to charges of child assault, criminal mistreatment and interfering with reporting of domestic violence Tuesday in Tacoma, Wash.
An exhausted Washington dad slammed his tiny daughter in a freezer for more than an hour to stop her from crying, police said.
Tyler James Deutsch, 25, allegedly dumped the 6-week-old girl in the 10-degree ice box at his trailer in Roy on Saturday – and then fell asleep.
Commentary By: Gordon King
It’s happening folks! We are now witnessing the beginning actions of the “Police State”. Our rights as citizens are diminishing before our eyes. California seems to be one of the forerunners in violating the Constitution. This couple has done nothing wrong. In fact, they are very polite to the police. Notice the man’s wife standing innocently with her hands held up in the air. She doesn’t even say a word and they taze her. Unbelievable! Don’t think that this is just an isolated incident. This is only the beginning. Things are going to get much worse, I believe real soon! God Bless.
Homeowner to cops: “Martial law has not been established in this country”
Paul Joseph Watson
May 15, 2013
In perhaps one of the most shocking police brutality videos of recent years, police in Cotati, California respond to a call about “domestic violence” by kicking down the door of a man’s home before tazing him and his wife as they scream in agony.
The video begins with the cops standing on the man’s front lawn looking in through the window having responded to a report of a noise disturbance called in by neighbors. Despite the fact that the couple are obviously not at loggerheads and no harm is coming to anybody, the police announce that they are going to break into the house without a warrant.
“Why are you guys not coming out?,” asks one of the officers, bemused at the fact that someone wouldn’t follow orders.
“Because we don’t live in a police state, sir. Martial law has not been established in this country,” responds the homeowner.
The officer then orders the couple to get down on the ground and put their hands behind their backs, adding, “We’re gonna kick in the door.”
The cops kick down the door and enter the home with guns drawn as the homeowner exclaims, “You have no right to be in here!”
Despite the fact that the woman clearly has her hands in the air, a cop tazes her as she screams out in pain. The man is then also tazed.
The video clip has caused shockwaves across the Internet and has already gone viral along with an outpouring of support for the family.
However, others have expressed support for the police, claiming that the cops couldn’t see the children at the home and therefore didn’t know that they weren’t in danger. Under this scenario, the 4th amendment and probable cause are non-existent and the police can just break into your house and attack you in the name of “protecting the children” at any time.
“The police are allowed to kick in your door when they request you come outside to talk and you refuse and they were called to the residence because of domestic abuse,” wrote one respondent.
In reality, under Florida v. J.L. (March 28, 2000), “the U.S. Supreme Court affirmed that anonymous tips are not sufficient grounds to constitute probable cause for a search. Judge Ginsburg, writing for the Supreme Court, stated, “Such an exception would enable any person seeking to harass another to set in motion an intrusive, embarrassing police search of the targeted person simply by placing an anonymous call.…”
“Who is the victim in this case? It’s not the children, who were peacefully playing in the front yard and in the home. And neither homeowner had raised a hand to the other,” writes Mac Slavo.
“In fact, the victims were the residents of the home, whose private property had been violated. The individual recording the video was reportedly tazed, detained and then arrested by police. For what?”
By REBECCA HARSHBARGER
NEW YORK POST
A cold-hearted killer stabbed a Bronx woman several times inside an apartment, then tossed her body from the window or roof of the building, law-enforcement sources said.
The 49-year-old victim was found dead in the rear alley of the Melrose building on Courtlandt Avenue near E 154th Street about 2:40 p.m. yesterday, sources said.
She had been stabbed several times in her neck and side during a struggle with her boyfriend before she plunged to the ground, sources added.
Investigators are awaiting an autopsy to learn whether she died during the stabbing or from the fall.
Police have not made any arrests, and her name was not released pending family notification.