Tag Archives: crime

  • BlackandBlueNews: Contempt of Cop & Deadly Force

    Apr 23, 15 by Cheryl Dorsey, Retired Los Angeles Police Department Sergeant Leave a comment


    Beatriz Paez is just one of the many recent victims of what I like to refer to as “Contempt of Cop.”  Fortunately for Paez , she lived to talk about her encounter. Ms. Paez witnessed plain clothes officers detaining several individuals at gunpoint and decided to record the incident on her cell phone. One of […]

  • Black and BlueNews: Bad Cops – The Gift That Keeps On Giving

    Apr 18, 15 by Cheryl Dorsey, Retired LAPD Sergeant 3 Comments


    *What do current, retired, fired and former officers   Michael Slager (SC) ;  Tim Loehmann (OH),  Darren Wilson (Mo),  Michael Rapiejko, (Az); Anthony Pantaleo (NY)  and  Gregory Kwiatkowski all have in common?  Each of these officers were involved in excessive uses of force; some of which resulted in  million dollar civil settlements  before they became involved […]

  • Retired Officers Applaud SC – White Police Officer Charged with Murder

    Apr 8, 15 by Cheryl Dorsey, Retired LAPD Sergeant 1 Comment


    *North Charleston, South Carolina authorities were swift and decisive in their response to the video depicting a white police officer, on duty,  shooting an unarmed black man as he ran away. Now, we want justice!!! The National Coalition of Law Enforcement Officers for Justice Reform & Accountability (NCLEO4J)  consists of a diverse ethnic group of […]

  • BlackandBlueNews: Police Manhunts & Race: Eric Frein & Christopher Dorner

    Nov 4, 14 by Cheryl Dorsey, Retired LAPD Sergeant 2 Comments


    *After a massive 48-day manhunt, three deputy U. S. Marshals saw accused cop killer, Eric Frein “moving through tall grass…” and they “could see his hands…he had no weapon.” Frein was taken into custody near an abandoned airport hangar, without incident. This was very different from the Christopher Dorner manhunt which ended in a shootout […]

  • Black and Blue News: Calling Coco to the Hot Box

    Oct 1, 14 by Ret. LAPD Sergeant Cheryl Dorsey 3 Comments


    *There is a very powerful scene in the Oscar-winning movie “Django Unchained” directed by Quentin Tarantino, where a “hot box” is used as punishment for rebellious slaves. Well, I think it’s time to put actress Daniele Watts– who played the  Coco in the blockbuster hit – in the “hot box.” She has been going around […]

  • Steven Ivory: O.J. Simpson, 20 Years Later

    Jun 17, 14 by blueolive Comments Off on Steven Ivory: O.J. Simpson, 20 Years Later


    *White people were mad as hell. I’ve never seen or felt anger around Los Angeles like I did on October 3, 1995. It was unfiltered, devoid of any of the time-honored White Guilt that  blacks in America have long manipulated and relied upon. That day, after the verdict was read, sitting at traffic lights, I’d […]