Police brutality in America is an undeniable problem which is seen in every city in every state across the country. On a daily basis, video after video surfaces proving this point.
by Matt Agorist
In only the last few weeks, TFTP has reported on multiple officers who were caught distributing child sexual abuse material, also referred to as child pornography, as well as sexually assaulting children.
Many of these disgusting law enforcement officers were committing these horrifying crimes while on the taxpayer’s dime.
While the aforementioned officers were caught running child porn networks, other cops are caught physically raping children.
One of the most glaring instances of this problem was brought to light last week when the former Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association President Pat Rose was arrested on child rape charges.
According to WBZ-TV, Rose was arrested last Wednesday by State Police on multiple charges in connection with rape of a child, according to sources. The charges include indecent assault and battery on a child under 14.
The potential also exists that Rose committed crimes against children while on duty as Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins told reporters the allegations against Rose raises questions about his conduct as a member of the department, particularly his encounters with children and teens and the arrests he conducted, the Globe reports.
In a statement, to WBZ, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said, “I am deeply disturbed by these horrific allegations, which must be investigated to the fullest extent of the law.”
When the city’s top cop is arrested for raping children, there might be a problem. Judging by the sheer number of reports from local media outlets across the country, there is indeed a problem.
As we reported last week, Elmore police officer Samuel T. Kurp, 26, was the latest sicko whose tarnished the badge with his desires to prey on society’s most vulnerable.
Last Thursday, Kurp was arrested and charged with receiving and distributing child pornography.
Kurp was literally being paid by taxpayers to prey on children.
According to the complaint, he used the company network to receive and distribute child porn, regularly. He is accused of sending disturbing images of prepubescent boys and girls using police department resources.
As the Toledo Blade reports:
The criminal complaint states that the content was received or distributed while Mr. Kurp was at his parents’ residence, as well as at the Elmore Police Department.
The offenses are believed to have started in April and continued through Tuesday when he was arrested.
Mr. Kurp is accused of using on at least 12 occasions the police department’s Wi-Fi service, meaning he was at work during those times the content was shared or received, according to court records.
Mr. Kurp viewed or received several documents with inappropriate material on April 12 while at the department, prosecutors allege.
On April 13, he’s accused of receiving or sending an image of four nude prepubescent boys and one nude prepubescent girl, which came back to the police department’s IP address, records show.
Last week, he posted bond and was released under house arrest — in the custody of his mother — with active GPS monitoring, a prohibition against accessing any computer or the Internet, and no contact with minors.
After he was released from jail, he resigned his position at the police department.
Over the last few weeks, many on the right have been pushing the #SaveTheChildren tag on social media, claiming that Hillary Clinton and her cronies are kidnapping and eating children to harvest their adrenochrome — which can be purchased online—all the while ignoring the larger problem.
While we can’t prove that the above claim is true, child sex trafficking is rife among the elite, but when we look at it on the lower levels of citizens, politicians and law enforcement, it is at epidemic levels.
We are less than 240 days into 2020 and the FBI database already contains more than 530 entries for sex crimes against children. None of those entries involve any high-level politically elite characters but many of them involve police officers.
Yet still, the #SaveTheChildren crowd shamefully looks the other way when it is blue lives involved.
As most people write this off to the “bad apple” fallacy, the fact remains that cops are some of the worst offenders when it comes to preying on children.
Their badges, authority, and protection from the law afford child predator cops abilities regular child predators do not have.
In fact, just days before we reported on Kurp, a cop in Dallas who was doing the exact same thing — running a child porn network, while on the job. This cop was even using the government’s network to do it.
As we reported, Sr. Cpl. Daniel Lee Collins allegedly uploaded sexual photos of underage girls to various Google accounts using the City of Dallas internet network, according to the Department of Justice.
One week before Collins, TFTP reported on Sgt. James Robert Wissmann IV, 35, of the Baltimore Police Department who has been collecting a six figure annual salary over the years, on the taxpayer’s dime, all the while he’s been running a sophisticated child porn network. He was sentenced to just 4 years last month despite facing 5 times that sentence.