Friday, December 25, 2020

 this is a blatant and beyond obvious abuse of police powers;

Keller, TX — In one of the most blatant abuses of authority we’ve seen in a while, a power tripping cop arrested a completely innocent man for allegedly “making a wide right turn.” This power tripping cop then called for backup and he and his backup then attacked, pepper sprayed, and beat that man’s dad for filming the unlawful arrest.

It is not very often that police departments issue an apology and admit wrongdoing. However, the following case was such an abuse of authority that it prompted the Keller police chief to call the family and apologize for the abuse and demote Sergeant Blake Shimanek for his role in the incident.

The incident, which took place on Aug. 15, is now the subject of a lawsuit against the Keller police department.

According to police, officer Shimanek accused 22-year-old Dillon Puente of making a wide right turn. Because Shimanek’s job description entails extorting, and/or kidnapping people for arbitrary victimless traffic “offenses,” this officer moved to pull Puente over.

Puente had harmed no one and was on the way to his grandmother’s house when he pulled over and complied with all the officer’s orders. Even when he was told to exit the vehicle, Puente complied and allowed the officer to put him in handcuffs for a traffic infraction that is not even considered a crime in the state of Texas. It is merely a traffic infraction.

Nevertheless, Shimanek placed Puente under arrest — citing officer safety — for a wide right turn. Before Shimanek hauled this innocent man off to jail, Dillon’s dad Marco Puente showed up to film the and watch more.......

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