[WATCH] Black Man Body Slams Cop, But 50,000 Volts Turn It Around QUICK

A black man was recently caught on video in quite the scuffle with two police officers, even managing to body slam one of them. Unfortunately for him, 50,000 volts turned the situation around in an awful hurry.

Although there isn’t much information given on the video, as soon as it flips on, the man in question is fighting with police. As we all know, no matter the circumstance, this type of behavior always puts you in the wrong, but this man seemed determined to get away no matter the cost.

Viewers watch as the three men – one suspect and two police officers – flip over one another before squaring off again. Though one might think the officers have the upper hand, it isn’t long before the man they’re trying to subdue takes control.

Without warning, he charges one officer and body slams him on the ground before continuing to wrestle with him. Unfortunately for him, things were about to take a turn.

As one of the officers has the man by the head, the other regains his composure and reaches for his utility belt. Before long, the plan becomes abundantly clear as the second officer draws his taser, raises the non-lethal weapon, and fires the eclectic probes into the suspect’s body.

 Just like that, the fight is over as every one of the man’s muscles tenses up, leaving him lying in the fetal position on the floor. After the first five second pulse is sent through his body, it doesn’t seem as though he’s quite ready to comply, but a second pull of the trigger, and another 5 seconds later, he’s ready to do as he’s told.

Following officers every command immediately at this point, the video cuts out as the officers are preparing to cuff the man.

In yet another video of police officers doing everything right despite being put in danger, this video won’t be seen anywhere on the mainstream media. These officers did everything in their power to bring this man into custody unharmed and deployed non-lethal force in order to ensure that was the outcome.

As this doesn’t fit the whole “white cops hate black people” and “cops are murderers” narratives currently being circulated by the left, it’s no wonder it’s not being reported on. It’s cops like these that keep our streets safe without getting the credit they deserve.


Cop Filmed in Bloody Fight With Homeless Man

Parramore, Florida – The State Attorney’s Office this week released officer body-cam footage of a confrontation that turned physical between a 44-year-old homeless man and an Orlando police officer.

Officer James M. Wilson’s more than 3-minute video shows the Aug. 26 arrest of Terre Johnson on Ossie Street in Parramore before it became physical and the officer’s body cam shut off.

Previously released footage taken by a bystander and posted to YouTube shows Wilson wrestling with Johnson. Wilson is on top while Johnson tries to hit the officer, the video showed.

In the body-cam video, Wilson approaches a group of people, including Johnson, who were sitting on the curb and standing in the street.

He tells Johnson that he is on city-owned property and his feet are in the street. The two banter back and forth for a few minutes before Wilson comes closer to the homeless man. Johnson says to Wilson several times to “get out my face.” He then tells Wilson to look up his background.

“It’s gonna tell you to approach with caution and get some [expletive] backup because I love beating up cops,” Johnson said, according to the video.

The video then shows Johnson getting up to walk away, and turning back toward Wilson with his fists balled up. Wilson then takes Johnson to the ground. He tells Johnson to “stop resisting” before the video cuts out because the cord disconnected, according to an Orlando Police spokeswoman.

According to his arrest affidavit, Johnson assaulted Wilson first.

“Officer Wilson responded to Johnson’s resistance and overcame it,” the report said.

OPD also released a written statement that said Johnson hit Wilson first and “continued to hit the cop.”

Wilson suffered “significant injuries and great bodily harm to his mouth, and right eye as well as numerous cuts on his hands and knees.”

Johnson also suffered injuries. In his arrest photo, his head is bandaged and has some blood on it. His blood got on Wilson. Johnson told police he is HIV positive and has hepatitis.

In a statement, Orlando police said the incident is undergoing an internal affairs investigation.

“OPD takes any encounter between our law enforcement officers and our citizens involving the response to resistance seriously,” the statement read. “We are committed to transparency within the police department.”

Police declined to go into further details about the case involving Wilson, who has been with OPD since 2012.



A street punk learned the hard way that a few grey hairs doesn’t mean a man is feeble.

There seems to be some problem between the man in the hat and the couple standing to the left side of the screen.

The older man in the green striped shirt opens his arms in a “come at me bro” fashion and the bully gives him a quick slap to the face.

One punch later and it’s lights out for the younger man, but the fight isn’t over. A few minutes later a new opponent emerges with a weapon.

He doesn’t fare much better though and the old man sends him sprawling on his ass.

It’s generally a bad idea to pick a fight with a man whose previous opponent is still taking a nap on the concrete.




A Chicago thug thought that he was a tough guy at a gas station last month when he approached the vehicle of a random motorist, but surveillance video shows he soon learned that he messed with the wrong white guy…and he sorely regretted it.

The incident occurred on April 8, however, police have now released the video taken at a BP gas station in Elmwood Park, where 43-year-old Ronald Morales approached the vehicle of an unidentified man while holding a gun after the pair made eye contact. Morales wasn’t provoked, but he apparently wanted to make a point to the white man driving the car, and the mistake proved to be a fatal one.

The Daily Mail has video of the shocking moment the pair got into a gunfight in broad daylight:

From the Daily Mail:

Police say on April 8, at 4:52pm, Morales made eye contact with a man who was pumping gas into his vehicle.

Morales exited the convenience store at the BP gas station on Grand Avenue in Elmwood Park.

He walked over to the car and pulled out his gun.
By then, the man who had been pumping gas was back in his vehicle.

Morales opened the passenger door of the car and then closed it before speaking to the man inside through the window.

The man felt he was in danger, according to police, and exited his vehicle armed with his own gun – and the two exchanged gunfire.

After about five seconds, Morales ran away, but not before he was hit with bullets, and the other man sped off.

Unfortunately for Morales, he died a short time later from his injuries. As for the driver, police said that since he was legally carrying a firearm (a rarity in Chicago) and was forced to defend himself, he won’t be charged with anything whatsoever.

So for a change, the good guy is getting a happy ending to his story; an event even rarer in Chicago than someone legally carrying a gun.

Drug dealing menace was arrested 3 times in 2017, takes a dirt nap after pointing gun at police

Police have released the body camera footage taken by the officer involved in the fatal shooting of Curtis Deal in Baltimore, Maryland last Tuesday.

Deal, 18, was out on bail for his third arrest in 2017 when Detective David Kincaid saw him driving erratically through a “high-crime zone.” After stopping the car, Deal jumped out of the vehicle and attempted to flee the scene. The footage clearly shows Deal raise a chrome pistol and point at the officer before being shot four times.

Barely an adult, Deal had already become a career criminal with an extensive arrest record just in 2017. On January 4th he was arrested for handgun possession. On January 30th he was arrested for heroin possession. Deal then combined the two offenses when he was arrested again on February 2nd for possession of heroin, a handgun, and $6,000 in cash. In 2016 he was a “person of interest” during a murder investigation.

Despite prosecutors objections, Deal was released Monday on a $250,000 bond. Kincaid was no stranger to the Baltimore Police Department, and Kincaid recognized him as soon as he started to run. Police Commissioner Kevin Davis told ABC News about his officer’s relationship with Deal, “They knew him. Curtis Deal is a drug dealer. Curtis Deal carries guns. Curtis Deal is a menace, and Curtis Deal is known to law enforcement. I expect people to chase people who bail out of cars with guns.”


Armed robber picked the worst possible target, a Marine combat instructor

An armed robber learned the true identity of his intended victim just a few seconds too late.  Little did he know that he was about to pull a knife on Aaron Jacobs, a Marine combat instructor turned owner-operator of a BP franchise.

Jacobs suffered some minor scrapes while disarming the robber, but his only real concern was the damage he caused to the cigar stand and chip rack while owning the would-be attacker.

His only regret? He didn’t hurt the scum bag bad enough. “I wish I could have put him in more pain, apprehended him and dislocated his shoulder,” said Jacobs in an interview with local CBS affiliate KCTV News 5 in Kansas City. “I don’t think he was expecting to run into someone that was going to be aggressive. I don’t think he thought I was going to throw him into a chip rack and almost break his arm.”


Thug plays “knockout game” with the wrong victim

The craze started among teenage criminals known as the “point ’em out, knock ’em out” game lands one thug in prison with a couple bullet holes. These idiots pick a random stranger and then assault that person. Luckily for all of us, they picked the wrong victim.

A man with a concealed carry permit was waiting at a bus stop to pick up his 6-year-old daughter when he was attacked by these punks.

The man who refused to be a victim shot 17-year-old Marvell Weaver twice before scaring off the other assailants. In a prison interview Weaver describes the experience of getting shot while acting like a dumbass as “a lesson learned”. Weaver admits to attacking at least 6 other people in the same fashion.


Meth addict with a knife picks the wrong convenience store

This classic Glock commercial featuring retired Marine R. Lee Ermey shows us what happens when a robber picks the wrong convenience store.

The commercial reminds us all that refusing to become a victim is a better plan than waiting for someone else to save you.

Watch Dottie’s calm reaction as she draws her weapon and turns the tables on an idiot who didn’t know he was bringing a knife to a gun fight.