US attorney, FBI involved in NH cop i...

US attorney, FBI involved in NH cop investigation

There are 55 comments on the Foster's Daily Democrat story from Jan 8, 2014, titled US attorney, FBI involved in NH cop investigation. In it, Foster's Daily Democrat reports that:

The U.S. attorney's office and the FBI have joined the investigation of three police officers in Seabrook, N.H., who have been suspended after a video surfaced showing an officer slamming a suspect into a wall at the police station more than four years ago.

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barney fife

Exeter, NH

#1 Jan 8, 2014
its about time that laurent got caught.next should be mournsey
Mad Max

Exeter, NH

#2 Jan 9, 2014
Your a F@$%ing fool, Let me guess, the second tape out by Max A. What a joke that is. I agree that the Bergeron tape looks bad. But give me a break. Max accusing 2 of the nicest cops that we do have in town of abuse in his so called video. Look, if you live your life as a productive person in society, you will probably never come into confrontation with a police officer. Don't get me wrong, some cops are dirty and do abuse there power. But, if you know all the cops by first and last name, then you just might be the problem.
BKJ

Hampton, NH

#3 Jan 9, 2014
Mad Max wrote:
Your a F@$%ing fool, Let me guess, the second tape out by Max A. What a joke that is. I agree that the Bergeron tape looks bad. But give me a break. Max accusing 2 of the nicest cops that we do have in town of abuse in his so called video. Look, if you live your life as a productive person in society, you will probably never come into confrontation with a police officer. Don't get me wrong, some cops are dirty and do abuse there power. But, if you know all the cops by first and last name, then you just might be the problem.

Who do you think sent the Berg tape to the Boston news? If you read his post on the anti police group he belongs too he says he helped get that done!
I think there is something fishey about this entire issue. Why 4 years has it come to light? No one can misplace an attorney for 2 years come on? The department must have known it was out there as the missing attorney requested it years ago! WTH is going on? The kid didn't even have an attorney when the tape come out?? I don't think anything would justify that hit against the wall and the pepperspray but we also do not know the whole situation, no sound, Is this the entire video? Something is not right here and the good people of Seabrook do not need this "dark cloud" over them! Yes there are good employees and bad just as in any profession/companies! I think we need to let the investigation come to a conclusion and accept it and move on the sooner the better.
Max the kid was guilty of DWI when he was arrested so stop spreading false shit! Seabrook doesn't need your help!!
Max

Exeter, NH

#4 Jan 9, 2014
Bergeron posted this video on the 6th, and it was due to go viral no matter what. I've been told by many other people in town about people being beaten or sexually assaulted in the police station, then being unable to get the video from SPD.

There's a reason that the PD is so secretive about some of its operations, hiding behind "investigations" to keep the public from seeing numerous other Bergeron videos.

I have come to trust the family who are in this video, and their message speaks for itself. Mounsey and Murphy tackled a young woman and injured a small child who had serious rug burns on her face. The mother suffered damage to her rotator cuff, and suffers from fear of the police. Two kids were then taken illegally by officers to a home with a Level 2 sex offender at great danger to them.

You can learn the easy way or the hard way: I tell the truth. You may not like what I have to say, but it is the truth.
BKJ

Hampton, NH

#5 Jan 9, 2014
Max you trust any family or anything that has something negative to say about the police!!! Any and all of your comments are not to be believed because we know you are prejudice!!
GO WEST!
Max

Exeter, NH

#6 Jan 9, 2014
I disagree. Case in point: Since about 2008-09, I've been saying (or repeating) that there are 10-12 cops in town producing all of the verbal complaints. That is to say, I am hearing the same names over and over and over again... When I chat up the locals, many say the same thing: 10-12 bad cops, but the rest are great.

Here's the bigger problem: certain officers (Mounsey, Richardson, etc) are well liked by some, but not others. Over time, you start to get the pattern. A few of those cops are really nice to some people, but harass, falsely charge, or beat the crap out of people who they hate.

In the Auger case, Mounsey and Murphy have more than just the tape going against them. They have lots of witnesses (who are in the video, btw) who are reacting emotionally in a way that is not like any of them. The Auger's are very laid back and straight forward folks.

I would like to see the bad cops get their comeuppance. People who've been beaten up by the Dirty Dozen have been speaking out for years, but they are met with ridicule and even personal attacks. Hundreds of our neighbors have been. On Monday, some guy posts a single police station video that forced everyone who's lived in denial to finally open their eyes. Until this week, so many in our area refused to believe that men in uniform could behave this way.
Mad

Exeter, NH

#7 Jan 9, 2014
Please explain the Auger case. Why were the police there. I'm sure they didn't just say, you know what I don't like those people lets go harass them. Murphy and Mounsey are 2 of the most easy going and fair cops in this town. Don't get me wrong, I do think that there are some bad apples, as there is in any work place. But you consistently try, unsuccessfully, to show that the police are public enemy. You have the recent tape that have surfaced that are not good. But the other video you have shown is nothing. You guys purposely go out to public places and try to stir up trouble in front of the police. Ive seen it on you tube.
Max

Exeter, NH

#8 Jan 10, 2014
I've never done anything to provoke or stir up the police. If I see something wrong, I say something. There are 10-15 police brutality videos and many more misconduct videos hitting YouTube every week, and only a small percentage of these cases are recorded. An even smaller percentage get uploaded to various video hosting sites.

In the Auger case, there is a lot more evidence than just the video. Officers knocked over an injured a two year old girl, pinned and hurt a young woman, took two children illegally, gave an unlawful order to turn off a camera that was recording officers, and entered without a warrant. The two kids were taken away to a mother who is believed by some to use drugs, who's brother is a Level 2 sex offender and a pedophile. Police were warned (as shown in the video), and ignored the warnings. What was their verbal response:

"Not our problem. Tell the judge!"

When I deal with librarians, firefighters, DPW workers, the water department, or almost any other town employees, they have been nothing but professional.
Umm

Exeter, NH

#9 Jan 10, 2014
You didn't answer my questions. Why were the police called to the residence, why were the kids taken from them, did the "injured kids" go to the hospital, or seen by emt's. Why is the video, edited... you seem to like to hide the true info... In the video I saw, it clearly says "you f'ing pigs" , next time I watch the video, it has been removed..Same video, different audio...hmmm. There is not evidence in this video what soever. So, again, why were the police called to the residence, and what is the real story..people that have run-ins with the police, are the reason for the run in. Cops aren't out looking to crack skulls, in fact all I ever hear is that they aren't doing enough...
BKJ

Hampton, NH

#10 Jan 10, 2014
Max wrote:
I've never done anything to provoke or stir up the police. If I see something wrong, I say something. There are 10-15 police brutality videos and many more misconduct videos hitting YouTube every week, and only a small percentage of these cases are recorded. An even smaller percentage get uploaded to various video hosting sites.
In the Auger case, there is a lot more evidence than just the video. Officers knocked over an injured a two year old girl, pinned and hurt a young woman, took two children illegally, gave an unlawful order to turn off a camera that was recording officers, and entered without a warrant. The two kids were taken away to a mother who is believed by some to use drugs, who's brother is a Level 2 sex offender and a pedophile. Police were warned (as shown in the video), and ignored the warnings. What was their verbal response:
"Not our problem. Tell the judge!"
When I deal with librarians, firefighters, DPW workers, the water department, or almost any other town employees, they have been nothing but professional.
You don't have issues with them because they cant arrest you!!
Umm

Exeter, NH

#11 Jan 10, 2014
Still nothing ha max...I thought so.
By Max

Epping, NH

#13 Jan 11, 2014
Mad Max wrote:
Your a F@$%ing fool, Let me guess, the second tape out by Max A. What a joke that is. I agree that the Bergeron tape looks bad. But give me a break. Max accusing 2 of the nicest cops that we do have in town of abuse in his so called video. Look, if you live your life as a productive person in society, you will probably never come into confrontation with a police officer. Don't get me wrong, some cops are dirty and do abuse there power. But, if you know all the cops by first and last name, then you just might be the problem.
Max needs to be run out of town. Never has ever had a good thing to say about Seabrook and it's people, especially native's.
town

Exeter, NH

#14 Jan 11, 2014
you cant even spell bye
bubbles

Exeter, NH

#15 Jan 11, 2014
town wrote:
you cant even spell bye
"When I deal with librarians, firefighters, DPW workers, the water department, or almost any other town employees, they have been nothing but professional"
Ridiculous

North Hampton, NH

#18 Jan 16, 2014
And your point "Investigators Take Notice?" How pathetic that you bring up the past while their family is thankful that she is alive and moving on. Just makes the readers think that you are so envious of that family that you have to stir the pot, but believe me, that family is smart enough to let the past be the past and let the present be blessed.......
Rat patrol

Hampton, NH

#19 Jan 16, 2014
How can they deny being rats? Theres about a 50 page report done on the Lesperance case where it is in black and white showing they are. They dropped dimes on there own people.
BKJ

Hampton, NH

#20 Jan 17, 2014
Ridiculous wrote:
And your point "Investigators Take Notice?" How pathetic that you bring up the past while their family is thankful that she is alive and moving on. Just makes the readers think that you are so envious of that family that you have to stir the pot, but believe me, that family is smart enough to let the past be the past and let the present be blessed.......
It goes to the point of just another cover up in the SPD! Where is the report and why isn't it in the paper like other reports are?
cops

Exeter, NH

#22 Jan 21, 2014
According to Reamsí report, the department broke the stateís wiretaping laws by recording the conversations without the callerís knowledge, but he brought no criminal charges against the department. In 2005, another investigation took place after one officer was placed on paid administrative leave after brandishing a knife at another while within the police station. The officer involved was exonerated with minimal disciplinary action"
http://www.newburyportnews.com/local/x6511842...
mounsey

Exeter, NH

#23 Jan 22, 2014
>>from that story
I was headed South-bound on Rt.1 and had just merged and a big black pick-up decided he wanted to be one car ahead, so he whipped around me, very nearly running me off the road. When I followed him to tell him he nearly killed me, he pulled into the police station. Turns out it was officer John Mounsey. I filed a complaint, and a few times afterwards he would see my car and just follow me around hoping I would do something illegal, I suppose. Officer Ryan Kane seems like a cool dude though.
Vote for Max

Epping, NH

#24 Jan 25, 2014
mounsey wrote:
>>from that story
I was headed South-bound on Rt.1 and had just merged and a big black pick-up decided he wanted to be one car ahead, so he whipped around me, very nearly running me off the road. When I followed him to tell him he nearly killed me, he pulled into the police station. Turns out it was officer John Mounsey. I filed a complaint, and a few times afterwards he would see my car and just follow me around hoping I would do something illegal, I suppose. Officer Ryan Kane seems like a cool dude though.
GREAT, must be pick on Mounsey Wednesday!! No too many left...

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