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Alameda County Police Caught Lying About NBA Team President

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"New video footage shows that Alameda County Sheriff’s Deputy Alan Strickland blatantly lied about the interaction between himself and Ujiri in Oracle Arena after the Raptors had just won their first NBA championship. The footage shows Strickland shoving Ujiri twice and cursing at him as the Toronto executive tried to show his credential and make it down to the court to celebrate with his team. In February Strickland filed a lawsuit against the Raptors, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, the NBA, and Ujiri, claiming that the Raptors’ president of basketball operations assaulted him. In Strickland’s suit, the officer alleged that Ujiri struck him in both the face and chest with his fists and caused him to suffer a “permanent disability.” He also claims that the interaction between himself and Ujiri caused “great mental, emotional, psychological, physical, and nervous pain and suffering.”


So despite the fact that this cop was wearing a body-cam in addition to 4 or 5 other cameras capturing the incident --- this cop still blatantly lied about what happened -- and then on top of that, the Sheriff's department then went on to try to press charges against Ujiri claiming he struck the officer several times, including punching him in the jaw....NONE OF THAT HAPPENED.....

Now Ujiri and the Raptors organization has filed a countersuit that Strickland will most likely lose -- but this is another reason why I say "good cops matter" -- because the good cops in the Sheriff 's department should have nipped this bullshit in the bud long before now -- including firing the cop who lied in the first place...
 

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Despite knowing his lie was caught on tape he still lied. That is how confident he was that his lie would get covered up.
 

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"New video footage shows that Alameda County Sheriff’s Deputy Alan Strickland blatantly lied about the interaction between himself and Ujiri in Oracle Arena after the Raptors had just won their first NBA championship. The footage shows Strickland shoving Ujiri twice and cursing at him as the Toronto executive tried to show his credential and make it down to the court to celebrate with his team. In February Strickland filed a lawsuit against the Raptors, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, the NBA, and Ujiri, claiming that the Raptors’ president of basketball operations assaulted him. In Strickland’s suit, the officer alleged that Ujiri struck him in both the face and chest with his fists and caused him to suffer a “permanent disability.” He also claims that the interaction between himself and Ujiri caused “great mental, emotional, psychological, physical, and nervous pain and suffering.”


So despite the fact that this cop was wearing a body-cam in addition to 4 or 5 other cameras capturing the incident --- this cop still blatantly lied about what happened -- and then on top of that, the Sheriff's department then went on to try to press charges against Ujiri claiming he struck the officer several times, including punching him in the jaw....NONE OF THAT HAPPENED.....

Now Ujiri and the Raptors organization has filed a countersuit that Strickland will most likely lose -- but this is another reason why I say "good cops matter" -- because the good cops in the Sheriff 's department should have nipped this bullshit in the bud long before now -- including firing the cop who lied in the first place...


What exactly is “try to press charges”? Sounds like they didn’t.

As for the officer’s lawsuit, it’s on him to prove him guilty. Once evidence is looked at, and he is proven guilty or not guilty. Has the officer won his lawsuit? If not, what exactly are you complaining about?
 

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“requested Ujiri be charged with battery of an officer following the altercation.”

So there was another altercation after the initial one? The video only shows a few seconds. We don’t know what happened after that.
 

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“requested Ujiri be charged with battery of an officer following the altercation.”

So there was another altercation after the initial one? The video only shows a few seconds. We don’t know what happened after that.






I don't think it matters do you? The cop is a proven liar.
 

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“requested Ujiri be charged with battery of an officer following the altercation.”

So there was another altercation after the initial one? The video only shows a few seconds. We don’t know what happened after that.






I don't think it matters do you? The cop is a proven liar.
If that’s the case, then what is everyone so worried about? Will he win his lawsuit? No. Was the other guy ever charged? No.

He said the man didn’t have the right credentials, so of course he would have to shove him back. It sounds like once he found out who it was, he wanted to make money off him. Not going to work out that way for him.
 

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"New video footage shows that Alameda County Sheriff’s Deputy Alan Strickland blatantly lied about the interaction between himself and Ujiri in Oracle Arena after the Raptors had just won their first NBA championship. The footage shows Strickland shoving Ujiri twice and cursing at him as the Toronto executive tried to show his credential and make it down to the court to celebrate with his team. In February Strickland filed a lawsuit against the Raptors, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, the NBA, and Ujiri, claiming that the Raptors’ president of basketball operations assaulted him. In Strickland’s suit, the officer alleged that Ujiri struck him in both the face and chest with his fists and caused him to suffer a “permanent disability.” He also claims that the interaction between himself and Ujiri caused “great mental, emotional, psychological, physical, and nervous pain and suffering.”


So despite the fact that this cop was wearing a body-cam in addition to 4 or 5 other cameras capturing the incident --- this cop still blatantly lied about what happened -- and then on top of that, the Sheriff's department then went on to try to press charges against Ujiri claiming he struck the officer several times, including punching him in the jaw....NONE OF THAT HAPPENED.....

Now Ujiri and the Raptors organization has filed a countersuit that Strickland will most likely lose -- but this is another reason why I say "good cops matter" -- because the good cops in the Sheriff 's department should have nipped this bullshit in the bud long before now -- including firing the cop who lied in the first place...


What exactly is “try to press charges”? Sounds like they didn’t.

As for the officer’s lawsuit, it’s on him to prove him guilty. Once evidence is looked at, and he is proven guilty or not guilty. Has the officer won his lawsuit? If not, what exactly are you complaining about?
Hopping in to suck the cock of the state, hmm? Conservatives live to obey.
 

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“requested Ujiri be charged with battery of an officer following the altercation.”

So there was another altercation after the initial one? The video only shows a few seconds. We don’t know what happened after that.






I don't think it matters do you? The cop is a proven liar.
If that’s the case, then what is everyone so worried about? Will he win his lawsuit? No. Was the other guy ever charged? No.

He said the man didn’t have the right credentials, so of course he would have to shove him back. It sounds like once he found out who it was, he wanted to make money off him. Not going to work out that way for him.






The cop has no right to lay hands on anyone in that situation. Period.
 

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“requested Ujiri be charged with battery of an officer following the altercation.”

So there was another altercation after the initial one? The video only shows a few seconds. We don’t know what happened after that.

Yes we do. Ujiri went out on the court and tried to celebrate with the team. Its all on tape also.

The officer only backed off after Kyle Lowery came over and got him.
 

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