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Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Police Activity Featuring: Dashcam & Bodycam Footage of Police Shootout With Gang Member and 10 Basic unwritten rules and tips to survive prison or county jail

** (Disclaimer: This video [Below] content is intended for educational and informational purposes only) ** Los Angeles, California -- On July 27, 2018, around 10:15 p.m., uniformed officers assigned to Mission Patrol Division conducted an investigative vehicle stop in the 9000 block of Noble Avenue. The subject of the stop was later identified as Richard Mendoza. The officers approached Mendoza, who was the driver and sole occupant of his vehicle. Upon making contact, the officers verbally confirmed Mendoza was still on Federal Probation and requested he step out of the vehicle. When he did so, Mendoza produced a semiautomatic pistol and, without warning, began firing rounds at the officers, resulting in an Officer Involved Shooting. One officer was struck by one of the rounds fired by Mendoza. She received medical care at scene by Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) personnel and was transported to a local hospital where she was treated for a non-life threatening gunshot wound and is listed in stable condition. Mendoza was struck by gunfire. LAFD Rescue Ambulance transported Mendoza to a local hospital where he was treated for wounds and later pronounced dead. Officers located and recovered a .380 caliber semiautomatic pistol from the scene. Police have not released other details about why Mendoza was stopped, only saying he’s a documented gang member with prior convictions for narcotics sales and possession of a firearm by a felon. Over the next several months, LAPD will continue to investigate the use of force in the incident. Findings will be presented to the Board of Police Commissioners while representatives with the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office and Office of the Inspector General will also monitor the investigation. No other details were released by LAPD. Donate to PoliceActivity: https://www.patreon.com/PoliceActivity


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10 Basic unwritten rules and tips to survive prison or county jail
By: William Mason

1) Don’t be whistling inside a prison, county jail (gaol) or department of correction (doc) camp. Whistling is associated with birds; birds are free; inmates are not; so don’t do it!

2) Don’t stare at other inmates! It could be interpreted as spying or that you have a problem with that individual and a fight (beef) could be inevitable. This rule doesn’t only apply inside a correctional facility but any other places in the community. Understand that there's a difference between staring and looking. Staring involve eye contact toward an individual for more than 3 seconds.

3) Don’t accept anything free (cigarettes, soaps, foods, toothbrushes…) from other inmates. This simple gesture could definitely lead to debt and potentially bigger favors in the future.

4) Be aware of the gang’s turfs inside a prison or county jail. Many gangs hang and control certain area(s) inside the facility and the recreational yard. Stepping in the wrong zone could potentially mean that you’re entering into their own home uninvited or trying to disrespect/defying them.

5) Only speak when you’re spoken too and when spoken too, make sure to give them the impression that you’ve been inside before. Show confidence but no weakness!

6) If you’re serving a long imprisonment sentence, be aware that you’re not the only prisoner in that situation. You should try to locate other prisoners related to your own race. Since most inmates are segregated, a great place to begin your affiliation search is with your cellmate(s). Just make sure that the individual that you hang out with is no snitch, pedophile or hated by the whole prison.

7) Don’t gamble and bet on money that you don’t have or are not capable of paying back. The risk is way too high and you could end up losing your life over a few hundred dollars!!!

8) Respect and keep it smooth with everybody inside a prison or county jail but unleash your inner demon when it comes time for fights and defending your affiliations.

9) Stay away from drugs or alcohol while serving your sentencing hence these are the worse places to get addicted with these substances. Not only the prices are higher behind bars but these substances will make you physically and mentally weak, resulting in you being more vulnerable hence clouding your judgements.

10) Do not gossip or snitch! Once you are perceived as a snitch (informant) what goes around comes around and you might just ending up putting a couples of nails in your coffin!!!

Bonus Rule

The most important rule of them all is to not forget your religion and beliefs while incarcerated. There’s no better time to have GOD by your side and be redeeming for your sins. Stay in touch with your spiritual side by reading and feeding on the positive energies of the CORAN, BIBLE or any other RELIGIOUS BOOKS. Positive energies will keep the negative energies at bay hence resulting in an embellishment of your mind, body and soul. Join other inmates whom practices your religion such as Islamism, Christianism or others… These groups will additionally physically protect you from harms.
These rules inside a prison, county jail (gaol) or department of correction (doc) camp, only represent a tiny fraction of the true written and unwritten knowledge that can be enlightened from my site. To lean all to rules which will enable you to survive behind bars and to download an ebook on that subject please visit my site www.inmatesurvival.com


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