Cops in Dallas now get free cab rides home if they have been drinking.Read more »
Police can now read the messages on your phone at will!
A ruling of the California Supreme Court declared that if you are suspected of any wrongdoings, police officers can read the messages on your phone without needing a warrant. It's yet to be seen how this decision, part of the People versus Gregory Diaz case, will be implemented in practice and in the different states.Read more »
This bill would provide, subject to exceptions, that any person
who conducts a public event at night that includes prerecorded music
and lasts more than 31/2 hours is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable
by a fine of $10,000 or twice the actual or estimated gross receipts
for the event, whichever is greater.
US national security agencies are promising they will be making themselves a permanent presence for bus travelers.
Shitty cops....improper questioning and violation of rights of a "suspect" because of a "mistaken identity".....arresting a 13-year old girl for wearing pink and saying that she looked like a man they had been pursuing....ya know, the usual cop story.Read more »
Operation Payback is facing a little payback of its own. First Twitter closed the pro-Wikileaks hacker movement's account. And now we hear the Feds are shutting down some online discussion of Operation Payback attacks.
Some sites have received federal court orders to cease any further online documentation of the attacks, which targeted Visa, Mastercard and other financial companies who froze Wikileaks accounts, a source close to the situation tells us.Read more »
Reversing a near decade-long ban, Amtrak will allow passengers to bring guns on most trains starting next month. The change, pushed by gun-rights advocates and ordered by Congress, aligns Amtrak’s firearm policy with air travel rules that allow unloaded guns to be stored in locked baggage holds. Federal Homeland Security officials on Monday said they are OK with guns being on trains as long as security protocols are enforced. "It’s deemed safe and appropriate," federal Transportation Security Administration spokesman Nico Melendez said. "If people follow the rules, it’s pretty simple."Read more »
A key Republican Congressman from New York has a new definition for the word "terrorism" that doesn't require the use of violence or even fear or even logical sense.Read more »
Cops pull over driver for speeding, find $184,275 HIDDEN in car, inside the front fenders. Driver, from Mexico, claimed he did not know of the cash. Police SUSPECT it is drug money. They let the driver go, without being charged, but kept the cash!Read more »
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