More Nazi tactics by joint task force thugs in un-marked helicopters and uniforms.Read more »
McCrary bought the domain name and now uses the site to tell his side of the story with information about speed traps and the $250k per month they cost the town's residents.Read more »
"Happy birthday. You're property of the State."
This is the message that was given to Cheyenne Irish, the newborn daughter of New Hampshire residents Jonathan Irish and Stephanie Taylor, who was literally stolen from her parents hours after her birth on October 6.Read more »
The NJ Libertarian Party Open Government Advocacy Taskforce has uncovered a "confidential" out of court settlement of $75K. This project has uncovered multiple out of court settlements that towns have tried to keep confidential. For more on this case see http://ogtf.lpcnj.org/2010270P5/
For more on the Open Government Advocacy Taskforce see http://ogtf.lpcnj.org/ and http://njlp.org/news/partynews/opengovernment
An American student finds an FBI tracking device on his car. After posting pictures of the device online, the FBI contacts him and asks for the "expensive" device back. (And by ask, I mean they threatened to throw him in a cage indefinitely.)Read more »
On August 30, Seattle Police Ofc. Ian Burk murdered John T. Williams for holding a legally-sized whittling knife. Williams was a half-deaf Native American woodcarver who was also wearing headphones at the time. Birk claimed Williams refused to drop the legally-sized knife and approached him, but just-released autopsy results show Williams was in fact walking away from his executioner at the time he was shot. Police video of the incident still has not been released.Read more »
According to a hand-out distributed by the Bureau of Justice Assistance, a component of the Justice Department, “extremist literature distributed at the mall or posted on public bulletin boards” is suspicious and a potential indicator of terrorist activities.Read more »
A Kansas City police officer exposes the cover up of a DEA agent causing a traffic accident and beating the man he crashed into. For promoting truth and justice, the officer was forced into retirement, losing his health insurance and part of his pension.Read more »
Today's "cop shoots dog" brought to you by the Clearwater Florida Police.Read more »
A Harford County Circuit Court judge Monday dismissed wiretapping charges against Anthony Graber, a motorcyclist who was jailed briefly after he taped a Maryland state trooper who stopped him for speeding on I-95. Graber used a camera mounted on his helmet, then posted the video on YouTube.Read more »
A pregnant, unarmed woman was shot during a drug raid in Spokane, Washington on Friday morning, and she remained hospitalized as investigators pieced together exactly what happened in the county's third officer-involved shooting within a month.Read more »
"We're not talking expanding authority. We're talking about preserving our ability to execute our existing authority in order to protect the public safety and national security."Read more »
The ACLU of Northern California (ACLU-NC) and the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) are calling for answers to critical privacy and safety questions that loom over a controversial federal program to track preschoolers with radio frequency identification (RFID) chips at George Miller III Head Start program in Richmond, California.Read more »
A Florida Highway Patrol trooper is being suspended for firing his gun nine times at a man suspected of stealing two sandwiches from a Tampa Bay-area gas station.
None of the bullets struck Magdi Kanaan in the shooting in Palm Harbor last October. Trooper Timothy Nichols began his one-week suspension without pay Friday after an internal investigation ruled that he used unnecessary force.Read more »
It's probably a safe bet that many Autoblog readers find speed limits very annoying in general. To that end, it turns out that a significant number of limits in Michigan may, in fact, be illegal.Read more »
Cops begin beating someone, woman takes out her phone to record the incident. Moments after she snapped a few photos, she claims an officer grabbed her by the ponytail, slammed her against the police cruiser and pushed her into the back seat.
Oh, and the cops who arrested her?: Both had four complaints each against them regarding physical abuse.Read more »
An elderly man is in critical condition after being thrown to the ground by a police officer. It happened Saturday night near North Orange Avenue after police say Daniel Daley put his hands on the cop.Read more »
After just Two weeks of being active in the community with the newly formed Orlando Copwatch, Orlando's Liberty Activists again claim local news air time. Members of the group Copwatch lined the sidewalk in front of the Orlando police headquarters Tuesday night to protest Officer Travis Lamont's excessive force on 84 year old victim Daniel Daley.Read more »
From a November 2009 report: Analysts have identified individuals associated with these events who have expressed anti-Semitic, anti-government, and/or conspiratorial statements. The potential for problems during the Pittsburgh rally is aggravated by the fact that the march is preceded by a "pub crawl."Read more »
Ex-trooper convicted in double fatal crash wants money for his injuries
Accident resulted in death of two sisters
Former Illinois State trooper Matt Mitchell is asking the state to compensate him for injuries from a crash in which he hit and killed two Collinsville sisters at triple-digit speeds.
Mitchell filed a worker's compensation case on Sept. 13 against the Illinois State Police. The case is pending.Read more »
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