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Coeymanazis Use Gestapo Tactics at RCS Schools

04 Apr

Coeymans Police Are Going Too Far: Students Report Their Lockers Being Searched By Police Using Dogs While Students are In Class!

lacey-searchParents allowing their kids to be victimized in this manner is sending a clear and unmistakable message to our young people: We don’t trust you! We can’t control you! You can’t be trusted! We’ll let law enforcement intimidate and harass you while we have some time for ourselves! We had fun making you but now we need to have some time on our own. Sure, we’ll let the Coeymanazis baby sit. Why not?

POLICE STATE GOES TO RCS SCHOOLS

Superintendent Allen McCarney is obviously in league and working with or for the Albany County District Attorney, Pudenda David Soares or some other moron in the Albany County DA’s office and local police in planning the search. McCartney is turning into a real company boy now that he’s in the pockets of the teacher-union-owned-and-taxpayer-paid-for RCS CSD board of education.

WHAT'S NEXT, MCCARTNEY, DARLINGTON?!?! is your next trick feeding the kids to the dogs?

WHAT’S NEXT, MCCARTNEY, DARLINGTON?!?!
Is your next trick feeding the kids to the dogs?

Of course, McCartney and his NYSUT and Coeymanazi keepers would tell us that they don’t not see the search as a violation of Fourth Amendment constitutional rights protecting citizens against unlawful or unreasonable searches. Of course, in our drug-ridden, Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirt ghetto schools the searches are to protect the students from themselves and the many drug dealers in a and around the RCS high-school, and to staunch the epidemic of drug-overdose deaths that have been occurring in Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk schools. Of course the searches are not animposition and in fact, the students, teachers and parents welcomed law enforcement efforts to harass and intimidate the students. Must make the Coeymanazis feel real good to give the rest of the world the impression our schools are packed with drug pushers and drug users. Makes the Coeymanazi p.d. really look good now, doesn’t it?

This, dear readers, is another cowardly and scandalous attempt by the Coeymans police department and their Nazi friends to harass and intimidate the local community through the students. How dare they go into our schools with police and dogs and execute searches. Where are you parents, anyway? Do the students have to take matters into their own hands to get justice and fairness and not continue to be treated like inmates instead of young adults?

First it was putting a Coeymans police officer who turned out to be the school harlot after a short time, carousing with a wrestling coach and causing a break-up of the coach and his girlfriend. That same RSO officer ended up copping a DUI. Of course, nobody in the RCS CSD Administration foresaw the potential for the female police officer to give every male student an erection but the wrestling coach got her first, we think. But on school property, in his office. Well, that’s the rumor around the school.

So, what’s the deal McCartney, RCS CSD school board a.k.a. New York State United Teachers board at RCS? Find anything you liked?

Intimidation of Students Now Makes Better Zombies for Tomorrow

OR

How to make the kids like the parents

dog and lockersIn an article printed in the Times Union, “Supreme Court: Drug dog sniff is unconstitutional search” (by Jesse J. Hollan of the Associated Press (AP), Tuesday, March 26, 2013) the author writes:

“The Supreme Court ruled…that police cannot bring drug-sniffing police dogs onto a suspect’s property to look for evidence without first getting a warrant for a search, a decision which may limit how investigators use dogs’ sensitive noses to search out drugs, explosives and other items hidden from human sight, sound and smell.
Justice Antonin Scalia said a person has the Fourth Amendment right to be free from the government’s gaze inside their home and in the area surrounding it, which is called the curtilage.”

Shouldn’t our students and schools enjoy these same constitutional rights? Shouldn’t a warrant be required based on good solid probable cause that a search is necessary? Maybe, but not in Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk, where the US Constitution has been suspended and is not applicable to residents and citizens in Ravena-Coeymans Selkirk!

If this happend anywhere else, somewhere where the residents aren’t pussy-whipped by local Coeymanazis, all hell would have broken loose. And it has happened elsewhere and all hell did break loose (hence the Supreme Court decision). But not here in RCS! Anyone care to speculate why we bend over and ask for the joy stick?

These bobo-crime stoppers are real heros; they go after cripples, old ladies and kids. Balless wonders that they are! At a cost of more than $1 million a year to Coeymans taxpayers, we think that money should be spent more responsibly. Don’t you? Eliminate the Coeymans Police department and all of the dingbat vampires hiding there!

We also have received reports that Coeymans polic e officer and RCS CSD RSO Danielle Crosier, you know the Coeymanazi who wrecks patrol cars, can’t pick a lane and stay in it, DUI/DWI copette, the one who’s allegedly carrying on with the RCS wresting coach in his office (she’s apparently not getting enough down at the station). Yeah, the same Danielle Crosier who is pulling kids out of the halls and searching them at the school. Here we have the hot-to-trot harlot, the Coeymanazi p.d.’s kitten in uniform, demonstrating firsthand how a police state operates and what it feels like to be publicly humiliated for nothing. She’s also the Coeymanazi p.d.’s example of morality, too. Yes, RCS parents, that’s the word on the street and in the halls of RCS about your fine RSO and your fine Coeymanazi p.d. What do you have to say about that? Want an investigation? An investigation will either get her fired or jailed (depending on who’s she doing and where), will get the wrestling coach fired, or an investigation will clear both. We think an investigation is the way to go. Don’t you?

We are expecting updated information and documents and will post the updates as soon as we receive them.

To Serve and Protect Intimidation of Students Makes Better Future Zombies The Editor

To Serve and Protect
Intimidation of Students Makes Better Future Zombies
The Editor


UPDATE on the Eliminate the Coeymans P.D. Poll
Here are the latest figures on voters in our poll (Status: April 4, 2014):

  • 85% want to see the Coeymans P.D. eliminated and the community served by the County Sheriff or the State Police
  • 73% would support a referendum to eliminate the Coeymans P.D.
  • 58% of participants are concerned about the coziness between the Coeymans Judges and the Coeymans Police
  • 37% of participants want to eliminate the Coeymans police department “NOW!!”
  • 34%, or more than 1 out of 3 poll participants, feel that their rights were violated by the Coeymans police

Cast your vote at Eliminate the Coeymans P.D.

 


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14 responses to “Coeymanazis Use Gestapo Tactics at RCS Schools

  1. Simon

    May 1, 2014 at 8:39 am

    The “official” word is that these are not truly targeted searches but training sessions for the K-9’s. The arrangement was announced ahead of time and in order to keep the training sessions on track the K-9’s are kept away from the students (as the letter says, sometimes students are informed to stay in their rooms).

    http://rcscsd.org/HS/PDFs/canineletter.pdf

    While the debate of searches of school property are good, I think this may be looking for a scandal where one doesn’t exist. Additionally, I would suggest that if something WAS found the legality of the evidence would be put into question due to the K-9 still being labeled as “in training” on a training mission. I’d also be curious if in order to create a true training session if the officers are playing “false” evidence in order to create the training scenario.

    S

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    • RCS Confidential

      May 1, 2014 at 2:19 pm

      Thank you, Simon, for your comment. Nice to hear from you again.

      As usual, you make several valid points. Right from the start, though, the very fact that the “training” created such a stir would indicate that the allegation that the “arrangement was announced ahead of time” was clearly poorly communicated; in other words, the “word” did not get out.

      Moreover, it’s beyond our comprehension why K9 search training should be carried on in a school while classes are in session. The point you make that the handlers ensured that the dogs were “kept away from the students” raises the question Why? Why was the training done during classes? In the extreme case we could understand that the training might have been conducted while students were present and around the cops and the dogs simply to familiarize, “socialize” the dogs to working with students around. But the your statement that “the K-9′s are kept away from the students” and “sometimes students are informed to stay in their rooms” settles that question, and buttesses the question Why the K9 training was done while students were present and classes were in session. It’s also somewhat bizarre that you say “sometimes students are informed to stay in their rooms.” I have a problem with the “sometimes” that you say appears in the letter. I also have a problem with the fact that “students are informed to stay in their rooms.” like that’s supposed to work? Especially with the supervision record at RCS HS? C’mon!

      The scandal exists at several levels: The obvious poor communications associated with the exercise. The questionable timing of the exercise is also problem. Simply informing students to stay in their rooms is certainly unconvincing. In fact, that was one of the problems as we understand it. Students did not stay in their rooms. We are somewhat troubled also by the suggestion that the dogs were being trained to search. Search for what? And if there was no “what” to find, what was the sense of the training? This leads to the logical suggestion that something, the “what” was planted so that the dogs had something to find as part of the training. So, if there was nothing to find, and the halls were empty, what was the sense of the training there was nothing to find and there was no one (students) to socialize the dogs. If there was something to find, what was it, where was it stashed, and did it leave any residues?

      The whole thing stinks of Coeymanazis and publicity just like the staged “big drug busts” in Coeymans. It’s the usual Coeymanazi dog-and-pony act; smoke and mirrors, my friend. Did this exercise have anything to do with the questionable stop-and-search activities of RSO Danielle Crosier between romps with the wresting coach? We wonder.

      The Editor

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      • Simon

        May 6, 2014 at 6:29 am

        The fire department trains on school grounds after hours. I don’t see why the K-9’s couldn’t, as long as the custodial workers were still in the building to lock up afterwards.

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      • RCS Confidential

        May 6, 2014 at 7:59 am

        Thank you, Simon, for your comment. Again, you make good sense but that’s not the RCS way, you know.

        Without repeating our previous remarks, the whole comedy was played out in an apparently poorly planned manner. Too many questions and too many unsatisfactory explanations. But, Hey! That’s RCS. A union-dominated board of education, a chamelion interim superintendent, a vociferous minority shouting down the blue-collars, and a town government that can’t control its own employees. Coeymans is indeed a nest!

        Thanks again!
        The Editor

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  2. stacey miller

    April 9, 2014 at 9:20 am

    I would like to share.

    I don’t live in the town nor do I want to. I have driven through for over 22 years and as soon as I get to the 30 mph marker I slow down and warn others I drive with because I know they are sitting waiting. Again I get it.

    My problem comes in when my son is pulled over for a loud muffler at 9:30 a.m. on 9W. We know that his muffler is loud, and we also know he may get pulled over for it. Just like having tinted windows it’s a ticketing you are willing to accept. The car is completely legal, just passsed inspection a few months ago and is registered and insured to me (mom). After all that, where I don’t agree with the police department is when they tell him his car smells like pot. Again this is 9:30 a.m., he just left me 10 mins prior from Hannacroix, and his car is so small you literally would have to be in it to know if it smelled like pot. He explains “I don’t smoke pot” and you can drug test me if you want. They tell him he needs to get out of the car and he’s asked if he has any weapons on him, which he of course tells the truth that he has a spring-assisted pocket knife in his pocket, and another knife in his glove box, which he purchased recently at the gun show in Albany. Its kind of like having a head light out and not knowing it. My son is a red neck we live in the woods and I can honestly say we use his knife all the time. I always say “can I use your knife”.

    Now he is put in the back of the car to be detained until the police chief decides what to do with him. Oh and he decides to arrest him, put him in cuffs, finger print him, mug shot everything. Hold him for several hours and now go on to tell him he won’t be released until he turns people in for drugs.

    Ok lets back up. They searched him and his car, towed it, etc … never found anything on him or in the car and he was not under the influence whatsoever. He was told to plan on spending the night in jail, and if he gives info up they can pursuade the chief to let him out. They would not let him call home.

    Now let’s understand my son is homeschooled, double dyslexic, ADHD, and his father was killed in a car accident 7 years prior on 9W. He has no record, no knife incidents, and the knives were given to him from his family members.

    I completely understand there is a drug problem in town and I also understand about bad kids out at night ruining other peoples’ property. If he was part of this I would completely understand why he was sitting in jail.

    But when a police officer falsely accuses a young man only to try to get information I am completely disgusted. What are we teaching our young people. I can’t stand a lier, especially grown people.
    Yes pull him over for his muffler, yes give him a ticket, yes take his knives. But to turn it into a drug problem is completely insane. My son is so upset and very confused and I am as well. Our feelings are very hurt and on top of it, I reached out to the police department only to look like a crazy mom. I would have loved to sit down with them to explain both our sides, but also let them know that they can’t just accuse every young kid they pull over.
    Lets not turn good kids into bad kids!!!!!

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  3. Concerned Citizen

    April 8, 2014 at 11:12 am

    As a recent student at RCS, I can say that I wish the dogs were brought in sooner. The amount of drug use in school is unbelievable. I hope the Coeymans P.D. keep at it.

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    • RCS Confidential

      April 10, 2014 at 6:58 am

      We’re publising this comment also because we’re very curious about Concerned Citizen’s notion of citizen’s duties.

      Concerned Citizen is obviously a company man. If he knows so much about a drug problem in RCS schools, why hasn’t he come forward and fingered the culprits, putting a quick scare in the alleged pushers and users, and bringing the issue to a quick end, also saving taxpayers a bundle by making it unnecessary for the Coeymanazis to put on a dog-and-pony act for their corrupt self-promotion propaganda at the expense of the students, parents, and community.

      We think that if you know of a crime being committed or the law being broken, it is your responsibility to immediately and promptly notify the responsibile authorities, provide as much information as possible, and to cooperate in the investigation and prosecuation of the criminals.

      If Concerned Citizen has the information and is so concerned, why hasn’t he done his civic duty?

      We’re looking forward to his response.

      The Editor

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  4. Virgil

    April 7, 2014 at 11:11 am

    Word on the street is the sheriff’s department is a lot closer to coming to the town than people think, and Darlington will be the first one gone. Also, look for “dirty hands” Deluca and the Coeymans Police to get caught up in a lawsuit soon….

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    • RCS Confidential

      April 7, 2014 at 7:46 pm

      Now that’s good news, Virgil, if we’ve very heard it!

      Maybe the Coeymans town board is actually getting smart and thinking of taxpayers’ interests. That’s a change.

      Thanks,

      The Editor

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  5. Beth

    April 5, 2014 at 6:09 pm

    Obviously you don’t know what really went on there. I have known the guy who was there and it is not like you think.
    Labs finding drugs.com

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    • RCS Confidential

      April 6, 2014 at 11:28 am

      Thank you, Beth, for your comment. If you feel our facts are wrong or inaccurate, we would be very glad if you were to explain your opinion and let us know which facts you feel we have wrong. The last thing we want to do is to misreport anything and we do need to know what you feel is inaccurate.
      If you are referring to the graphics, they are not depictions of the actual search activity carried on at the school. In fact, they are merely illustrations to represent the sort of thing that went on. There are, according to reports, stop-and-search activities (illegal) going on at the school. If you have any other information we should kow about, please let us know in another comment or you can write to us at rcs.confidential@gmail.com. If you want anything kept confidention, please say so in any corresponsence.

      Thanks again,
      The Editor

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      • Beth

        April 6, 2014 at 12:28 pm

        Thank You and No I do not have any direct information on what went on, and it will certainly get out we just have to wait together. What I was referring to is how easy it is to create fear in people when it is not called for. The Graphics are not only false depictions of what likely went on but can create hysteria for no reason. I for one am happy this kind of thing goes on, but not to debate that, sad they do have to be used. Thanks again.

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      • RCS Confidential

        April 6, 2014 at 12:51 pm

        Thanks, Beth, for clarifying. We do have information from persons with direct information and experience of what went on and of what’s going on in the schools. Otherwise we would not have published it. We are not here to create irrational fears or hysteria in our readers or the community. What we publish is factual and based on reports from validated sources. Otherwise we make certain that the report is “unconfirmed,” “unverified,” or “alleged.” If you read our articles, you’ll see that.

        What is going on in these schools is outrageous and there is no probable cause. It’s a rural school, not an inner city ghetto school. The students should not be treated as if they’re addicts or pushers.

        Thanks again,
        The Editor

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  6. CKP

    April 4, 2014 at 8:31 pm

    The Supreme Court has rendered judgments in favor of searches of public schools, e.g.:

    Vernonia Sch. Dist. 47J v. Acton, 515 U.S. 646 (1995)
    http://www.law.cornell.edu/supct/html/94-590.ZO.html

    Board of Education v. Earls, 536 U.S. 822 (2002)
    http://www.law.cornell.edu/supct/html/01-332.ZS.html

    They held that urine testing of students didn’t constitute an invasion of privacy. I’d be surprised if they’d rule against the use of dogs in schools. Dogs are manifestly less of an invasion of privacy than unclothing one’s privates and passing out some of the contents of one’s body.

    “Urination is ‘an excretory function traditionally shielded by great privacy.’ Skinner, 489 U. S., at 626. But the ‘degree of intrusion’ on one’s privacy caused by collecting a urine sample “depends upon the manner in which production of the urine sample is monitored.’ Vernonia, supra, at 658.”

    Isn’t our Supreme Court wonderful? :-/

    If they’re going to search public schools, they ought to be searching the personal effects of school employees and administrators, not just students. A number of CSEA-represented bus drivers in Shenendehowa alone have driven under the influence, a Colonie Central High School coach was arrested recently for crack cocaine possession. I’m sure there’s others.

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