Connect with us

News

WATCH: Cop Pulls Over Daughter’s Innocent Boyfriend, & Get Caught Framing Him

Published

on

Lorain, OH — An abusive power tripping cop was recently fired after dashcam footage surfaced showing him pull over his own daughter and her boyfriend and threaten to make “some shit up” to arrest him. Not only was he caught threatening to arrest an innocent teen and illegally detaining two innocent people but this abusive cop was also caught ignoring an actual call for help during the stop.

On April 16, Lorain police officer John Kovach Jr. pulled over his daughter’s boyfriend, Makai Coleman without cause. During the stop Kovach tells Coleman that he is going to jail despite having no reason.

According Safety-Service Director Dan Given, Police Chief Cel Rivera and other command officers, Kovach violated a slew of department policies during the stop, including unlawfully using police resources to track down his daughter’s ip address on her phone and geo-locate it.

“These actions are not acceptable for members of our Police Department and we felt it warranted immediate dismissal,” Given said.

As the Chronicle-Telegram reports, according to an internal investigation completed by Lt. Ed Super as well as dashcam footage from Kovach’s cruiser, shortly before 6 p.m. on April 16 a silver vehicle with a driver and three passengers passed Kovach’s patrol car in the same direction that he was facing on West 34th Street. Without alerting dispatch, Kovach initiates a stop.

Kovach then orders Colemen from the car as his own daughter sits in the back seat. He tells Coleman that he is “going to jail,” and demands the teen “have a seat in my car.” When Coleman questions why he’s being arrested, Kovach responds by saying, “We’ll make shit up as we go.”

According to the report:

Kovach then addresses Gloria Morales, who comes out of her home nearby because her children are two of the three people in the car with Coleman. He tells Morales his daughter’s computer is inside her house and while she initially gives him permission to search the house, she later tells him to come back with a search warrant when he threatens to give her daughter a $300 ticket for not wearing her seatbelt.

Morales and Kovach argue back and forth after Kovach tells her to go inside the house. When she says she is calling 911, he threatens to arrest her, telling her it is not an emergency, according to documents related to the firing. He tells her two children to get out of the car and go with Morales. At that point, he notices his daughter, Katlyn Kovach, 18, in the backseat.

At that point, Kovach tells Coleman to get out of the cruiser and he pushes his daughter into the cruiser while she protests that she is 18 and can’t be arrested for without cause. He eventually gets her into the cruiser and drives away.

During the stop, Kovach failed to address an actual call for help about a road rage incident down the street. He simply ignores the call while threatening to arrest an innocent mother, search her home without a warrant, and kidnap and extort multiple innocent teens—including his own child.

Kovach attempted to justify the unlawful behavior by claiming he was worried for his daughter’s safety and cited an apparently non-existent Facebook post as his reason.

Coleman said that he had been stalked by Kovach, receiving a call weeks prior to the stop telling him that he would make up a warrant to have him arrested. According to Coleman, the officer also said he would go to the Army recruiter and tell them not to allow Coleman to leave for boot camp and ruin his chances of getting in the Army.

During an internal investigation, the claims of Kovach’s misconduct were all substantiated and the officer was recommended for discipline. He was then fired on May 11.

Rivera said the actions his officer were “an abuse of police authority and a serious departure from appropriate protocol…they are contrary to the mission, values and policies of the Lorain Police Department.”

Naturally, the police union is appealing the decision to fire Kovach in May. According to the police union, what Kovach did was fine and dandy and he is the victim in this incident—not the innocent teens and the mother.

“Officer Kovach is looking forward to presenting his side of the story to a neutral arbitrator this coming September, when the arbitration is scheduled,” FOP President Kyle Gelenius said, noting that what Kovach did was not misconduct and that the city violated his rights by firing him.

If you’d like to peacefully let the police union know how you feel about their decision to condone such tyrannical actions as seen in the video below, you can do so on their Facebook page, here, or by calling them at (440) 204-2177.

PROFANITY WARNING: Officer pulls over daughter’s boyfriend

Continue Reading
Advertisement
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

News

Censorship is YouTube’s public duty and responsibility, says company executive

YouTube to start “fact-checking” news videos using dishonest, deep state-controlled Wikipedia disinfo “encyclopedia”

Published

on

Photo: YBE

The Google-owned YouTube platform is doing its part to help prop up the “deep state” by introducing a new “fact-checking” technology that it claims will steer viewers towards “real” news as opposed to “fake” news.

In conjunction with Google’s $300 million narrative-controlling “Google News Initiative,” YouTube has decided to apportion $25 million in grant money that it will give to “credible” news organizations looking to expand their video operations online.

Recognizing that ordinary people are currently free to publish any content on YouTube that they wish, including “conspiracy” videos that challenge mainstream news, YouTube hopes to crack down on this free flow of information by reinventing the way that video content appears in people’s YouTube accounts.

In the coming weeks, YouTube users will begin to notice special “information panels” popping up above videos that pertain to “developing stories.” Video content related to major false flag events like the Parkland shooting in Florida, for instance, will reportedly be accompanied by official, YouTube-approved messaging about what “really” happened.

YouTube also plans to move to the front of the line video content from “verified” accounts, so as to flood viewers with the official narrative on a given topic. Videos that challenge the official narrative will consequently be moved down the priority list, effectively hiding their “questionable” content from viewers.

“YouTube is also expanding a feature, currently available in 17 countries, that shows up on the homepage during breaking news events,” explains a Wired.com report about the changes. “This section of the homepage will only surface videos from sources YouTube considers authoritative. The same goes for the videos that YouTube recommends viewers watch next.”

Another change involves YouTube’s partnership with fake news giant Wikipedia, information from which will soon be embedded into information panels tacked on to videos that “tend to be accompanied by misinformation,” to quote the words of YouTube chief product officer Neal Mohan.

Citing as one example videos that question the crisis actor status of the Parkland shooting “victims,” the Wired.comreport explains that YouTube will attach to such videos a disclaimer, of sorts, that points back to Wikipedia for “real” and “honest” information about the subjects.

Is it blatant censorship of alternative opinions and views on the part of YouTube? Not according to Mohan, who insists that such changes are necessary in order to prevent the spreading of “falsehoods,” as well as to live up to its “responsibility to the public.”

“There are going to be counter points of view, and there’s going to be [videos] where people who have a conspiratorial opinion are going to express them,” Mohan recently told the media.

“What I think we can do is, instead of telling users what to think, give them as much information as possible, so that they can make those decisions themselves,” he added.

But what if YouTube users prefer to receive video content from “unofficial” sources that present alternative points of view than the ones YouTube wants people to believe? Well, they’ll just have to make a more concerted effort to dig up what they want from amid the propaganda pool of content that YouTube plans to force upon its viewers’ newsfeeds.

Continue Reading

News

WATCH: Cop Pulls Over Daughter’s Innocent Boyfriend, & Get Caught Framing Him

Published

on

Lorain, OH — An abusive power tripping cop was recently fired after dashcam footage surfaced showing him pull over his own daughter and her boyfriend and threaten to make “some shit up” to arrest him. Not only was he caught threatening to arrest an innocent teen and illegally detaining two innocent people but this abusive cop was also caught ignoring an actual call for help during the stop.

On April 16, Lorain police officer John Kovach Jr. pulled over his daughter’s boyfriend, Makai Coleman without cause. During the stop Kovach tells Coleman that he is going to jail despite having no reason.

According Safety-Service Director Dan Given, Police Chief Cel Rivera and other command officers, Kovach violated a slew of department policies during the stop, including unlawfully using police resources to track down his daughter’s ip address on her phone and geo-locate it.

“These actions are not acceptable for members of our Police Department and we felt it warranted immediate dismissal,” Given said.

As the Chronicle-Telegram reports, according to an internal investigation completed by Lt. Ed Super as well as dashcam footage from Kovach’s cruiser, shortly before 6 p.m. on April 16 a silver vehicle with a driver and three passengers passed Kovach’s patrol car in the same direction that he was facing on West 34th Street. Without alerting dispatch, Kovach initiates a stop.

Kovach then orders Colemen from the car as his own daughter sits in the back seat. He tells Coleman that he is “going to jail,” and demands the teen “have a seat in my car.” When Coleman questions why he’s being arrested, Kovach responds by saying, “We’ll make shit up as we go.”

According to the report:

Kovach then addresses Gloria Morales, who comes out of her home nearby because her children are two of the three people in the car with Coleman. He tells Morales his daughter’s computer is inside her house and while she initially gives him permission to search the house, she later tells him to come back with a search warrant when he threatens to give her daughter a $300 ticket for not wearing her seatbelt.

Morales and Kovach argue back and forth after Kovach tells her to go inside the house. When she says she is calling 911, he threatens to arrest her, telling her it is not an emergency, according to documents related to the firing. He tells her two children to get out of the car and go with Morales. At that point, he notices his daughter, Katlyn Kovach, 18, in the backseat.

At that point, Kovach tells Coleman to get out of the cruiser and he pushes his daughter into the cruiser while she protests that she is 18 and can’t be arrested for without cause. He eventually gets her into the cruiser and drives away.

During the stop, Kovach failed to address an actual call for help about a road rage incident down the street. He simply ignores the call while threatening to arrest an innocent mother, search her home without a warrant, and kidnap and extort multiple innocent teens—including his own child.

Kovach attempted to justify the unlawful behavior by claiming he was worried for his daughter’s safety and cited an apparently non-existent Facebook post as his reason.

Coleman said that he had been stalked by Kovach, receiving a call weeks prior to the stop telling him that he would make up a warrant to have him arrested. According to Coleman, the officer also said he would go to the Army recruiter and tell them not to allow Coleman to leave for boot camp and ruin his chances of getting in the Army.

During an internal investigation, the claims of Kovach’s misconduct were all substantiated and the officer was recommended for discipline. He was then fired on May 11.

Rivera said the actions his officer were “an abuse of police authority and a serious departure from appropriate protocol…they are contrary to the mission, values and policies of the Lorain Police Department.”

Naturally, the police union is appealing the decision to fire Kovach in May. According to the police union, what Kovach did was fine and dandy and he is the victim in this incident—not the innocent teens and the mother.

“Officer Kovach is looking forward to presenting his side of the story to a neutral arbitrator this coming September, when the arbitration is scheduled,” FOP President Kyle Gelenius said, noting that what Kovach did was not misconduct and that the city violated his rights by firing him.

If you’d like to peacefully let the police union know how you feel about their decision to condone such tyrannical actions as seen in the video below, you can do so on their Facebook page, here, or by calling them at (440) 204-2177.

PROFANITY WARNING: Officer pulls over daughter’s boyfriend

Continue Reading

News

YouTube will add Wikipedia links debunking conspiracy theory videos | FLAT EARTH THE REASON?

Published

on

YouTube will start adding links to Wikipedia and other websites on videos that promote conspiracy theories.
The move comes after the site has come under fire for recommending divisive content and conspiracy videos.

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki made the announcement Tuesday at the South by Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas.

YouTube’s recommendation engine and autocomplete feature have come under fire this year for pushing users toward conspiracy theories and other divisive content.

In coming months, Wojcicki said, conspiracy videos will start including text boxes, dubbed “information cues,” that link to third-party sources that debunk the hoaxes in question. YouTube, like other tech giants Facebook and Twitter, has long made the distinction that it is not a media organization, and thus bears less responsibility for the content on its platform.

A YouTube spokesperson told CNBC that the information cues initiative is part of broader efforts to tackle the proliferation of misinformation on the site.

YouTube Responds to Conspiracy-Videos Controversy With Plan to Link to Wikipedia

After weeks of YouTube facing scrutiny over the proliferation of conspiracy-theory videos on its service, CEO Susan Wojcicki announced a new strategy to combat misinformation by pointing users to Wikipedia and other third-party sites debunking them.

Wojcicki outlined the plan during a session Tuesday at SXSW in an on-stage interview with Wired’s Nicholas Thompson. “Our goal is to start with a list of internet conspiracies listed on the internet where there is a lot of active discussion on YouTube,” she said, as reported by Wired Read Full Article Here.

 

[brid video=”209627″ player=”9124″ title=”YouTube will add Wikipedia links debunking conspiracy theory videos _ FLAT EARTH THE REASON_ YouTube 720p)”]

Continue Reading

Trending

YOUBEENEXPOSED© 2017

X