MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - A veteran Montgomery police officer is under arrest and charged with two counts of identity theft.Read more »
This type of thing is happening so frequently I wonder if/worry that they'll stop getting coverage at all. That certainly seems to be the case in the mainstream media, where coverage of this incident was sparse.Read more »
Mayor William Lantigua says he will no longer pay legal bills for police officers being sued, including the bills for those officers involved in nine brutality cases pending in U.S. District Court.Read more »
Daily News @ http://RevolutionNews.US - According to The National Police Misconduct Statistics and Reporting Project, police officers committed sexual assaults at a rate of 79 per 100,000 law enforcement personal. That rate is over two times the rate of the general public (28.7 per 100,000). The fact that rapists seem to be concentrated among a group of armed individuals who have the purported authority to detain and arrest other individuals, should be more than a little alarming for even the most prolific bootlicker.Read more »
Daily News @ http://RevolutionNews.US — (SEATTLE) King County prosecutors have decided not to file criminal charges against Seattle police Officer Ian Birk in the fatal shooting of woodcarver John T. Williams, sources familiar with the decision say.
The Prosecutor's Office is expected to announce the decision in a news conference on Wednesday, the sources say.Read more »
A woman is suing Christchurch police for $150,000 after an officer allegedly used boltcutters to remove her piercings. Lawyer Tony Greig said the woman, believed to be in her thirties, was arrested for obstruction in mid-2008. Greig said the woman alleged five of her piercings, including one in her genital area, were removed using boltcutters after she was taken into custody. The woman was acquitted of the obstruction charge in early 2009.Read more »
HOUSTON (KTRK) -- For more than nine months, we've been following the story of Chad Holley, a teen who said he was beaten by police officers during an arrest.
Four officers have been charged with crimes for the beating, and now, for the first time in this ABC13 Exclusive, we're getting to see the video.
Soccer fan makes a statement and gets mauled by four police men. When the sticks get applied, the spectators took action.Read more »
Los Angeles (CNN) -- A police officer in Los Angeles who claimed he was shot while patrolling near a high school has now been arrested for making up the story, authorities said.
Officer Jeff Stenroos of the Los Angeles Unified School District Police Department had said he was shot in the chest on January 19 in the west San Fernando Valley. He said the shooting happened when he got out of his squad car to check on a man peering into parked vehicles near the El Camino High School.
One of the men, who was driving, said members of the Red Dog unit pulled over his vehicle and forced him to pull down his pants on the side of the road in broad daylight, as officers conducted a search for drugs. No drugs were ever found, driver Brian Kidd said.
Kidd told Philips that his roommate, Shawn Venegas, was also subjected to a body cavity search that left him feeling uncomfortable.
"I feel molested, and I feel like I was raped," Venegas told Philips over the phone.Read more »
Cops continue collecting full pay and overtime pay while on suspension for wrongfully beating a 17 y/o because they saw him walking down the street with a Mountain Dew bottle, and "thought" it was a gun. Feds dragging the case out as long as they can to make it pass the statute of limitations so the kid can't collect.Read more »
The deputy kicked Slyder, according to the complaint, causing the dog to run back toward his owner--"tail between his legs, not charging Lamens or Maddox or any other officer." Nevertheless, the complaint says, Lamens followed Slyder and shot the dog three times, killing him.Read more »
Daily News @ http://RevolutionNews.US ~ GREENFIELD, Calif. — Police in California say a man was killed after officers threw a flash grenade into a house during a raid while looking for another man who was suspected in a shooting.
The Monterey County coroner tells the Salinas Californian that 31-year-old Rogelio Serrato was the victim of a fire started Wednesday by a diversionary flash grenade used by police.
Monterey police raided the Greenfield house in their search for 23-year-old Alejandro Jose Gonzalez, whom they were seeking in connection with a New Year's Day shooting...Read more »
A New Hampshire couple is fighting a speeding ticket they received after the expectant mother went into labor, and her husband rushed her to the hospital with only minutes to spare.Read more »
Guy tells cop to shut up at a gas station and then is beaten with a billy club and pepper sprayed while on the ground. Witness uses camera phone to film the incident from a nearby car.Read more »
Ohio police use Tazer seven times on driver in diabetic shock, dislocate his shoulder! According to the Cincinnatti Enquirer, motorist John Harmon was on his way home from work when his blood-sugar got too low. As a diabetic, this meant trouble, and Harmon's vehicle veered into another lane. A nearby Hamilton, Ohio sheriff's deputy spotted the unintentional maneuver and pulled him over. The officer then approached the car with his gun drawn and screamed at Harmon before smashing his window open. Harmon, 52, was then cut out of his seatbelt and dragged him to the ground.Read more »
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