I’m Exempt FROM THE LAW
Sacramento County Sheriff Deputy disrespecting our laws and making fun of that fact in the process. While this might sound trivial or minor when those we trust to enforce our laws have no respect for them we have a huge problem.
loss of reputation or respect, especially as the result of a dishonorable action.
bring shame or discredit on (someone or something).
27 Years working law enforcement, she has no respect for law
Sacramento County Sheriff
In America today its obvious if you’re involved in law enforcement you can kill, steal, cheat and lie and you’ll most likely keep your job. We make excuses for the very people who should have the highest standards.
This low life deputy who should never have been hired thinks its funny and in fact does feel above the law. She should be fired to set an example to all other officers, instead she’s promoting the bad behavior.
This is another reason law enforcement does not like the idea of video evidence, it does not lie. We give the benefit of the doubt to police which they abuse and disrespect almost everyday. Some people don’t want to accept the fact that police who they expect to protect and serve are not living up to our expectations.
The Sacramento County Sheriff deputy, who was not immediately identified, has worked with the Sheriff’s Department for 27 years, 15 as a sworn officer. Violating the department’s codes of conduct – and the law – could get her fired, Under sheriff James Lewis said Wednesday.
One of the scams used by management is to lie to the media getting them to think they’ll take harsh action against the violator, however behind the scenes nothing will be done, its usually all an act to quiet the community and interest.
Lewis said he was “completely disappointed” when he saw the video, taken with a cellphone by a concerned citizen who watched as the deputy pulled into a disabled parking space, got out of her Sacramento County Sheriff department cruiser and walked into the store to buy snacks. She didn’t look like she was on a call, the man told Fox40. So, he started recording.
The video, which Fox 40 brought to the attention of the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department this week, focuses on a patrol car parked in a disabled space outside the Circle K on Hemlock Street near Auburn Boulevard. The Sacramento County Sheriff deputy can be seen smiling as she gets back behind the wheel, a plastic bag slung over her arm and a drink container in her hand.
“You always park in handicap when you’re not on a call?” the man asked.
“We’re allowed to get breaks,” the Sacramento County Sheriff deputy said.”
Millions of people have viewed the viral video on social media of a Sacramento County Sheriff’s deputy kicking a man in the back during an arrest. The incident happened in March in South Sacramento
TYPICAL SACRAMENTO SHERIFF DEPARTMENT ABUSE AFTER WHICH LIKE COWARDS PUBLIC SERVANT HIDE THEIR ACTIONS.
This event shows the sheer stupidity, abuse and cover up of Sacramento Sheriff Deputies
1. Wearing sunglasses to hide their identity
2. Abuse and arrest WRONG person
3. Tase him
4. Kick him
5. Block video evidence (they don’t have body cams)
Sacramento County Sheriff’s deputy receives ‘appropriate action” after kicking man during arrest
Sacramento Sheriff JUMP KICKS man in back
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