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Diop Kamau

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Police Abuse.Com


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Police Abuse.Com

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Any person completing a complaint form through this website or any related page under the control of, The Police Complaint Center or Diop Kamau are bound by the terms of service detailed below:
There are no refunds for services provided. If an expert witness report or opinion is requested the service relationship is directly between the client and our chief consultant Diop Kamau. Clients may not enter into business relationships withpoliceabuse.comstaff without written permission from Diop Kamau. Clients must provide all relevant updates and or new evidence obtained to within 10 business days of attainment, or by another date otherwise mutually agreed in writing with Diop Kamau, to ensure both the accuracy and proper handling of your case. will notify clients (via either phone or email) within 10 business days of attainment about any relevant updates or action pertaining to the handling of their case. If a client makes a false report or if a client files a false complaint against this website or Diop Kamau the client will be responsible for attorneys fees and full payment of any services provided. All information provided by Diop Kamau, or, or PCC is for investigative/consultative and clerical support only. Diop Kamau, CEO Police


Diop Kamau, founder/director of, enlisted by the Athwals for an investigation, advocacy and support, described the raids "as a police attack, a ghetto search of the kind frequently staged in low-income and minority neighborhoods.
Kamau said, "they are designed to exact penalties without ever having to make arrests, so criminals or suspects can be punished without consequences for investigating officers." Further Kamau said, "they allow rogue officers to punish criminal suspects by inflicting deliberate property damage. Police officers, he said, "can justify the damage as part of a legitimate search warrant, without ever telling a judge that the items they broke or destroyed were part of the search." Such wiggle room, he said, "gives police the security and protection of a legitimate court order and allows them to diverge into illegitimate abuses of police power thinly veiled under a court sanctioned search. Proving police did deliberate damage is difficult and often victims never recover damages, Kamau said. Kamau's credentials as a nationally respected authority in policing were first established when he earned a position on the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Office's Red Team, an elite undercover detective arm that targeted career felons. Kamau was cited for his extraordinary service, in which he had a direct hand in the arrest and conviction of nearly 300 suspects and recovered more than $500,000 in stolen property as part of the multi-jurisdictional unit. As such, his opinions about the treatment of the Athwal brothers runs contrary to what he learned while serving as a highly decorated member of one of the nation's most prestigious undercover units.

Its founder, Diop Kamau, "arranged a three-way conversation and so my daughter and I were able to listen as he spoke to Sheriff Timothy Brown and informed him of that was aware of the assaults on my son."

Diop Kamau, founder and director of, agrees with them.
Further, Kamau asserted, "no evidence to form the basis of a credible investigation and subsequent report was collected at the scene" (around the restraint chair or in the cell where Linsinbigler died). Rather, said Kamau, "I believe evidence was misstated by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, which went along with the narrative given its investigators by the deputies, that followed the one they had already released to news media: That Linsinbigler was a disruptive, combative prisoner (so readers would assume that) deputies were justified in using "reasonable force" to subdue him." "There is no indication that he was a threat," Kamau continued, "this allegation was manufactured by state officials, which they accepted from deputies as gospel. Its also what several newspapers printed, based on what the deputies told them: That he posed a threat, was belligerent and violent, but he had already calmed down (well after he was put in the restraint chair) and there is no evidence that he threatened anyone." In fact, added Kamau, "he didn't do anything. "Why didn't they leave him in the restraint chair, but remove the mask," asked Kamau? "If a dinner guest had said, "I'm choking on a bone," you'd get up and do something to help him, wouldn't you? But they didn't do anything, so why wasn't anyone charged? Its like sitting comfortably on a bench, only steps away from a creek, and watching someone drown." The deputies, Kamau charged, "had created an unnecessary medical emergency, then failed to address it once it spun out of control."

Diop Kamau, founder and director of, which is assisting Ellis' efforts to seek justice, condemned White's refusal to investigate Woolridge's alleged misconduct.
"Chief White had nine months to punish, fine, suspend or fire Woolridge, but chose not to," said Kamau, who did not limit his criticism to the then chief executive. "The superior officer was obligated to either sign off on the police report Woolridge should have submitted, or, absent a report, indicated his objection to the subordinate's failure or refusal to have written one," Kamau continued, "so he is as responsible for the obvious misconduct as is Woolridge." In addition, Kamau said, "I don't believe that forcing rape victims to file misconduct complaints in person is the Louisville Police Department's policy now, or that such was the policy in 2009. To demand that rape victims file misconduct complaints in person, Kamau added, "is unconscionable." Ultimately, Kamau said, "Chief White should have been sanctioned for condoning the refusal to act, he was responsible for what began as Woolridge's determination to do nothing and became a cover-up." Moreover, Kamau explained, "Chief White didn't need a complaint to conduct his own investigation; the department had more than enough evidence to open one." The chief's failure was not only "deliberate," Kamau charged, "it also bought Woolridge plenty of time to retire, with his pension secure for the future." Kamau scoffed at the apology Ellis received from Chief White's successor, Steven Conrad. Ellis, like Kamau, was unimpressed with Chief Conrad's apology.

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