Re: ATF agent gets tasered. like…WAY worse Jimenez purchased Jimenez Arms—then called Bryco Arms—from his old boss, Bruce Jennings, in … Oddly enough, while several news outlets mention the bodycam footage, none have posted anything but the image above. “For ’tis the sport to have the engineer hoist with his own petard”. Multiple times. Agent James Burk of the ATF is suing the city of Columbus, Ohio and two police officers for using excessive force against him. possum, that was funny! due process where the accused can face their accuser and defend themselves and make their case to a jury of their peers) before depriving one of their property? They said he did the same thing multiple times. First, take NO enforcement action without uniformed officers present unless there was an imminent threat of injury to a victim (i.e. Must be some powerful drugs you’re on that make for that strange-colored sky, because if you’d been lucid you’d have noticed that the Democrat plan for government employment is to hire as many as the budget will allow, rather than improving salaries and benefits with it. As I always told my kids(and still do 40 years later) when they tell me a story like that, I just reply, “Oh well”. Description: In election districts and polling places, providing for residence of incarcerated individuals. Agent James Burk of the ATF is suing the city of Columbus, Ohio and two police officers for using excessive force against him. The on scene police officers even told the McMichaels “we’re here to help you”. After about an hour, during which Burk said he was denied water and “frequently disparaged … to everyone in earshot” by Fihe, Burk was released without charges. I object to a cut-rate one.”, But I’m a fed! with ATF types, but receiving same is another story. The ATF should have a warrant of arrest for the person who unlawfully possessed a shotgun then seize the weapon. Put them all in the same cage and let them fight it out with hammers. ATF Agent Tased, Arrested At Gunpoint By Columbus Police News2Share has obtained previously unreleased footage of a July 7, 2020 incident in which ATF Agent James Burk attempted to make contact with a member of the Columbus, Ohio community, who then called 911. Anyone can dress up like LE and real LE in such a case has to identify the players before lowering their guard. If it wasn’t for his BATFE creds he’d probably have had his fingernails removed with pliers. Badged Alcoholics Thoroughly Fuck up Everything. Arson? What does the “A” in ‘ATF’ stand for again? Which, one presumes, is why they were watching him so closely. Nothing like putting the Fear of whatever Deity someone believes in to bring about a life changing epiphany. But hey, I guess Mr. ATF is too important for that. Here were the important rules from plainclothes that I remember, although they may vary. Article from r/Libertarian: For a Free Society. the field guys for the bureau are generally a polite, respectful bunch…. Some are lazy but you get that any where and no more or no less than any other major corporation. i dont know what hes complaining about The ATF agent was held at gunpoint, forced to the ground, tasered, cuffed and placed in a cruiser even after showing his ID. It’s brilliant! Subscribe for FREE now to ensure you never missa single vital update... ©COPYRIGHT 2021, THETRUTHABOUTGUNS.COM ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Collapse. He doesn’t look “official” at all. That’s interesting and very useful to know. Now, it’s time for Kroger, to tally up batfe agent burk’s illicit and fraudulent wine tabs and sumbmit it to AG Barr, as a going the hell away present. Armed robbery? comments. You’re not a cannibal if you’re eating people. “Even though Agent Burk had both hands raised and had represented that he is a federal agent, officer Fihe immediately drew his weapon and pointed it … while simultaneously screaming at (Burk) to get on the ground.”. ATF Agent Gets Tased by Local PD, Files Lawsuit for ‘Use of Excessive Force In what many gun owners will consider an act of karma for the ATF’s recent pistol brace guidance , a federal agent was tased earlier this year by two police officers in Columbus, Ohio, while he was attempting to confiscate a shotgun. I don’t blame the homeowner for calling the police. According to Burke, he was wearing “casual professional” clothes with an ID around his neck. …, “When Fihe arrived at the scene, Agent Burk stood outside the home’s front door and waved the officer over to where he was standing,” the lawsuit said. -No water for a whole hour? That’s what he gets for not checking in with local law enforcement first. #15553300 12/21/20: Joined: Mar 2007. Nobody cuffed, nobody tased, nobody placed in a cruiser, nobody on the ground except the dead man, no charges filed, no one went to jail for months. James Burk alleges two officers tased and handcuffed him while he attempted to confiscate an illegally-held firearm in July. Fvkn thieves. The ATF is sending out lone agents to perform gun confiscation? Seems like he was being an aggressive dick and got what would happen to most acting like that. I’m betting there was no warrant, although there may be one now, backdated to look authentic. Clearly this particular POS agent is representative of what they are when they don’t have on assault gear and overwhelming numbers to subdue a citizen and stomp on their kitten. The full video should do more to illustrate who’s telling the truth here. Please tell me what color the sky is in your world? Comments. Your email address will not be published. Bring water to a rapid boil, insert ATF agent, boil for 1 hour, add taters, carrots, onions, salt and pepper, cover barrel and simmer for 30 minutes. That’s what you get with a 12 year domination of the administration by the Republicans, American citizens killed and freedoms taken by the Republicans. Oddly enough, while several news outlets mention the bodycam footage, none have posted anything but the image above. Agent James Burk of the ATF is suing the city of Columbus, Ohio and two police officers for using excessive force against him. “Even though Agent Burk had both hands raised and had represented that he is a federal agent, officer Fihe immediately drew his weapon and pointed it … while simultaneously screaming at (Burk) to get on the ground.”. To the Democrat party it’s an end unto itself. Source: Columbus Police Department. Cops Taser ATF agent Login/Join : limblessbiff. In a dark sort of way. Is there a particular statement in my post that you believe is ridiculous? Body camera footage shows Columbus police officers handcuffing and tazing a special agent with the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms during a July 7 incident. The ATF abiding by the 2nd, 4th and 5th Amendments? The complaint alleges Burk was trying to confiscate an illegally-held firearm. My loyalties are divided on this one. Required fields are marked * Comment. For the one in five hundred that are actually hired back; you start with a clean slate and have them evaluate all the other employees. Member: posted . He claims he was tased, handcuffed, and detained while performing a “routine” confiscation of an unlawfully possessed shotgun. Remember, at Waco they snuck up on women and children by hiding in horse trailers while creeping along a mile (!) The case stems from a July 7 incident in which ATF special agent James Burk alleges two Columbus Police officers tased and handcuffed him while he attempted to carry out official duties. According to the report, Kroger employees had grown suspicious of Burk and began watching him. The report says Burk bought bottles of Stag’s Leap Wine priced at $62.99 and $33.99, but the code he entered charged him only $4.99. I love it when law enforcement “law enforces” each other. (Page 2 of 4) General » General Discussion. He claims he was tased, handcuffed, and detained while performing a “routine” confiscation of an unlawfully possessed shotgun. like…the same treatment that government types got at waco and ruby ridge worse No, not hammers. Something else reports on the lawsuit don’t mention is the existence of a warrant to seize the shotgun in question, or an ATF 3400.23 receipt. Please review the video about the ATF agent being an alleged thief. It would be about the only thing barr, did during his stellar stint FOR POTUS 45. hands at at or slightly above waist level. ?…[okay, close enough..too funny! Why he’s no ATF agent at all, TAZE HIM AGAIN. When your local gangs protect the community from foreign gangs. Oh no!! The full video should do more to illustrate who’s telling the truth here. I don’t consider myself a Republican, but there’s no arguing that their economic policy vis a vis government employment improves both efficiency and effectiveness. Was that shotgun a pigeon grade high dollar Purdy? I say we flood the Columbus PD with gift baskets as a reward for good behavior. Something else reports on the lawsuit don’t mention is the existence of a warrant to seize the shotgun in question, or an ATF 3400.23 receipt. someone getting their head beaten in, etc). The agent is bringing a federal lawsuit against the Columbus Division of Police. Let’s hope the city doesn’t settle with this guy because it’s cheaper. But surely Burk had all of that. On one hand, nothing bad that happens to an Can’t remember…. I love posts like this. It is interesting to contrast the treatment of the ATF agent with other recent LEO interactions. Looks like distributing crap/abuse is O.K. 17. He was a Fed too. Agent James Burk of the ATF is suing the city of Columbus, Ohio and two police officers for using excessive force against him. He said there were a couple of FBI agents at the office that wanted to talk to me about an incident that had occurred a few days earlier. Why the meat just falls right off the bone, yum. And this is why we need to support local LE. I said, “That’s ok. Sorry, let’s keep it straight here, that was the FBI. But surely Burk had all of that. The only think that even slightly smells of anything stronger than “treated you like a taxpayer, didn’t they?” is “I was proned out and they tased me for no reason”. Name * Email * Website. Box 213, Presto, PA 15142, Website design and application development by davidcdalton.com, paper in his hands doesn’t even seem to be on a clipboard. The idea this creep thinks he can sue for *anything* brings up the question of how he got hired. depends…sometimes their arrogant intrusion into local investigations is resented…but their fire and arson as well as explosive acumen can sometimes come in handy….. Maybe next time leave the confiscating to people with warrants, badges and guns. Specialist James Burk, a 16-year veteran of the ATF, said in the claim he was working a … I’m glad the police got before he could start a fire. The footage shows Columbus police officer Joseph Fihe arrived first on the scene. A firearm no less? Anyway, when I walked into the interview room they introduced themselves and produced their credentials. Next Post Devon Dalio Drugs – A Car Crash which Led to Death! Most, but not all Federal employees I have interacted with in my life have been lackadaisical, surly, rude, haughty and condescending. Starman. A hand-held device designed to expel by means of an explosive two electrical contacts (barbs) connected by two wires attached to a high voltage source in the device classified as a firearm. Kiss my ring peasants…he he. It’s hard to believe an ATF agent would cut corners that way. Oh!!!! […] According to deputies, they caught Burk going to the self-checkout in August and paying $19 for four bottles of wine that had a total price tag of $222. Heavens to Mergetreude! Source: Columbus Police Department. paper in his hands doesn’t even seem to be on a clipboard. Usually anything directed at people is left to the FBI to come in an dish out after the ATF blunders into some self concocted and administered bullshit. Wait! OTOH, the agent wouldn’t be the first person roughed up by the cops with little to no provocation. ATF shows up at a house.The homeowner calls local police. Bodycam footage of ATF agent tased & arrested in Columbus. But they could very well have had a reason. Most Federal agencies are vastly overstaffed, poorly run, overpaid, hide bound due to union work rules and many of the employees are corrupt taking bribes in cash of other items of value given by the public citizens to buy good will. real title of this piece should read “ATF AGENT SOON LEARNS ABOUT QUALIFIED IMMUNITY”. ATF agent is bad enough. …, “When Fihe arrived at the scene, Agent Burk stood outside the home’s front door and waved the officer over to where he was standing,” the lawsuit said. everyone i’ve dealt with in the REGULATORY branch of the ATF have been a decent sort…the ENFORCEMENT branch is another animal entirely…and often live up to their stereotype…[Robert Stack in “Beavus and Butthead]….. Reply. of open territory which was private property, 100 of them in full armor suddenly appearing after being observed for 15 minutes and promptly got their ass kicked by one rendition, kicked their own ass by another. I never thought I’d live to see the day. Government employment is a necessary evil, a means to an end. According to deputies, they caught Burk going to the self-checkout in August and paying $19 for four bottles of wine that had a total price tag of $222. I hope he got an IV with nourishing electrolytes after that unbelievably long period of time. The lawsuit said Burk was in his normal work attire, which was described as “casual professional” with his credentials in a pocket and an ID card around his neck. i dont like saying this but recent events are forcing my hand: I think both sides reacted like idiots, but the local cops were just bigger idiots. 7.43k. ]…best to remember the BATF doesn’t hire the best and the brightest.. Is it possible to find for the defendants and buy them beer? “The lawsuit said Burk was in his normal work attire, which was described as “casual professional” with his credentials in a pocket and an ID card around his neck…”, Ah yes, Mr. wannabe undercover cop who instead got a job as a glorified paper pusher that lets him carry a gun and dress like a hobo. Second, wear something with POLICE written in big block letters in it under the cover shirt, the latter of which was to be taken off in case of having to do anything- because some little badge is not easy to see and identify! There does not seem to be any ID there. The lawsuit said Burk was in his normal work attire, which was described as “casual professional” with his credentials in a pocket and an ID card around his neck. I don’t care what clown suit someone is wearing or driving they are not coming around me until they are on camera and identified as legit. I don’t blame the homeowner for calling the police. It’s like watching a Nazi beat up a Klansman, you’re not sure who to root for or against but either way, you know someone’s getting what they deserve. Not even an arrest warrant to be served by Burk for the person who allegedly unlawfully possessed a firearm. If there is no warrant of arrest for the person in question then the ATF is performing a ROUTINE confiscation of a weapon ILLEGALY! The ATF while performing a “routine” confiscation of an unlawfully possessed shotgun. […] ATF Agent Tased – ATF Agent & Columbus Police Matter! Not me, the barrels for making cannibal stew. After about an hour, during which Burk said he was denied water and “frequently disparaged … to everyone in earshot” by Fihe, Burk was released without charges. They weren’t setting it on fire, they were throwing in bottles of water. Body Cam Footage of ATF Agent Getting Tazed. According to Burke, he was wearing “casual professional” clothes with an ID around his neck. Surely you jest…when have they been known to *ever* do that? I thought I was going to die of thirst just reading that. That’s right boss, no systemic racism here, all good! Not even an arrest warrant to be served by Burk for the person who allegedly unlawfully possessed a firearm. Come to my door…No ID, No Warrant demanding I turn over a firearm will result in getting said firearm stuck in your face and only by the grace of my disposition at the time not result in death. Hide Post: If only that trick worked every time on those ATF dicks : Posts: 3176 | Registered: December 06, 2006: IP Ignored post by limblessbiff posted Show Post: Icabod. I was about to say, the ATF is only interested in dog-focused violence and aggression. Please share the details of your objections, otherwise your comment is just empty speech from an empty head. He claims he was tased, handcuffed, and detained while performing a “routine” confiscation of an unlawfully possessed shotgun. Bodycam image of ATF Agent Burk. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. Color me skeptical on anything Burke claims. It’s like a beautiful cross between satire of what the most deranged hoplophobe might say and personal attacks clearly designed to guarantee no one will ever listen to you. If not, the magic words are still “he was resisting”, to which the judge will say “qualified immunity, dismissed”. The whole @#$^ point of uniforms is so that people- including law enforcement!- know who you are and what you’re doing. Posts: 7,944. Another one of those endless wars you Republicans like so much. If you're interested you can search Police arrest ATF officer. A wise man is frequently humbled. Maybe the ATF would do well to tighten up its dress code? They ( the ATF ) don’t like being on the receiving end. at the end of the day im with the commonwealth of virginia flag on this one…SIC…SEMPER…TYRANNIS, There is no such thing as “casual professional.” There is “professional,” and he didn’t come close. “Systemic racism” is yet another made-up term by the left in a desperate attempt to give legitimacy to some ill-conceived concept. That’s a legitimate concern; who knows if the ATF agent was a real special agent, but listening to the regular cops talk, it appears that the “special agent” was forcing himself into the home which is illegal, and most police know you need a warrant for any forced entry. The majority of the Federal Government Agencies are both understaffed and under paid. A U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and explosives agent has filed a federal excessive use of force lawsuit against the City of Columbus and two police officers. knowing what we now know about the atf…id say that he likely got way better than he deserved An ATF agent has sued the Columbus Police Department and two of its officers who he says used excessive force against him while he was on a “routine” assignment. And the alphabet boi gets his just deserts. A cop finally doing his job and upholding the Constitution! Crossposted by. I would politely tell him to fuck right off and call the cops if he came to my door without prodcuing more ID and papers. So the FBI had to take over and kill everybody. Body camera footage shows Columbus police officers handcuffing and tazing a special agent with the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms during a July 7 incident. No water for an hour? Hell, Republican Ronald Reagan is the one who banned the carrying of firearms in national Forests and federally managed lands. Assault! More proof the ATF is just a band of common lawless criminals. It must be difficult being a dedicated oenophile on a paltry government salary. An agent with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms has filed a federal lawsuit accusing two Columbus police officers of using excessive force against him … Multiple times. LOL I would bet if we saw the bodycam footage, he was being an arrogant a$$hole and he got what he deserved. Nobody can be that stupid without some mental disease involved. He doesn’t look “official” at all. If one of the officers would have ran to his house and shot his dog or burnt down his church they would have ended up with a senior leadership role. Maybe he thought Kenny should have bought him an ice cream. There are times when this is overridden by another purpose, but even in that case, don’t then expect people to immediately believe you’re legit. That his appearance and posture as shown in bodycam video isn’t what he claims causes me to wonder about the allegations about police behavior. Paraphrasing Rick: “I don’t mind a shoplifter. He claims he was tased, handcuffed, and detained while performing a “routine” confiscation of an unlawfully possessed shotgun. ATF always start things other agencies have to finish….not that they perform any better.. Yeah, you gotta love Republican Reagan and Bush’s ATF and FBI, a bunch of killers. -So, the guy committed theft (petty theft under Ohio law, but still theft) in 2015, and he still is employed as a Federal agent? ATF agent detained, tased, and then sues Columbus Police. hands at at or slightly above waist level. Police say ATF agent James Burk took expensive wine to the self-checkout lane and charged himself a small percent of the cost. Agree these government agents need to resign and a shot gun is not illegal these communist are using anything they can for an excuse to take peoples guns we can not allow this, and those that sell guns ammunition need to destroy any and all their costumers list it is none of the government right to know what you have or how many, Constitutional law to charge for a license, registration, or list is Against the Constitution no NO IFRINGMENT and all the above is an INFRINGEMENT we need a lawyer that has some strength and Sue the Government for all the above reasons. Possum, I have missed your comments here…the trolls have made this a dreary place, nice to have some humor to cheer us up! Give them axes or hand grenades. When police officers arrived at the Ahmad Aubery shooting scene, they actually had a dead body on the ground bleeding out and two armed individuals on scene. But as Burk’s history as a bargain-hunting wine connoisseur makes clear, the ATF only employs the most honest and upstanding individuals. The complaint alleges Burk was trying to confiscate an illegally-held firearm. Corgis Rock: posted . Bodycam image of ATF Agent Burk. The … Good news is local cops generally can’t stand the ATF either. I don’t know who advanced 45 on his personnel picks, but they sure sucked suggesting barr and many other”stars”. Most of us have seen examples of this. If a ratty stranger — all by himself, with no backup or visible ID — looking like Burk in the image above appeared at my door demanding my gun, I wouldn’t be inclined to believe he represented any law enforcement agency. If a ratty stranger — all by himself, with no backup or visible ID — looking like Burk in the image above appeared at my door demanding my gun, I wouldn’t be inclined to believe he represented any law enforcement agency. He’s closer to “casual trailer park.”. Fihe pointed his firearm at the ATF agent for more than 90 seconds, Burk claims in his suit, before both Fihe and Winchell “climbed on his back while violently twisting and pulling his arms to handcuff him.”. I figured the cops had braced pistols at home, and already had to surrender their bump-stocks. That’s kinda how I feel, and I would feel the same way if some feds did this to a local cop who was trying to confiscate a weapon. Incompetence far in excess of unbelievable. The lawsuit said the officers also used a Taser on Burk multiple times while he was face down and “not evading arrest” before handcuffing Burk and placing him in the back of a cruiser, a process that involved pulling him into the car because a seatbelt was in the way. If you see someone doing something criminal, call in a uniformed officer to cuff them while you can testify to what happened before that. Article says ATF agent is an alleged wine thief too. ATF agent now, soon to be police chief of Atwood, Kansas. news/events. Big civil suit. All others will be looking down a barrel. Finally, at all times follow the instructions of authorized uniformed personnel, no matter what rank or department. Goddamn torture masters. Mr. sue happy sounds arrogant otherwise he’d lick his wounds and stfu. Both Ruby Ridge and Waco, the ATF fucked up bad enough to start the ruckus, then the FBI came in to kill everybody and cover it up. Only if you eat other possums. And those were their pleasant aspects. A suspect had tried to disarm Kenny and was now claiming excessive force during the arrest. Right? https://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/atf-agent-sues-city-of-columbus-ohio-2-cops-for-detaining-tasing-him/, Copyright © 2021 Firearms Owners Against Crime, P.O. I know who you are.” One replied, “We’re required to show our ID.” Every time I talked to an FBI agent they did the same thing.