Montreal - On Friday night, April 5, Montreal police seized Anarchopanda's head during a demonstration against a municipal bylaw. Montreal police said that the head was taken because the law forbids the wearing of masks during demonstrations.
By leading the Americans in his audience at TEDxPSU step by step through the thought process, sociologist Sam Richards sets an extraordinary challenge: can they understand -- not approve of, but understand -- the motivations of an Iraqi insurgent? And by extension, can anyone truly understand and empathize with another?
Drug-sniffing dogs can give police probable cause to root through cars by the roadside, but state data show the dogs have been wrong more often than they have been right about whether vehicles contain drugs or paraphernalia.
Christie recently said that a bill that would require pet owners to buckle their animals into seat belts while driving is “stupid,” and that he won’t sign it. No argument here. The bill is an egregious example of nanny-state governing, the product of legislators believing that most anything that crosses their mind can and should be turned into law.
This is nothing new, of course. Scumbag cops. Same story time and time again, but I'm sharing this because of a few lines written in here. The chief doesn't even try to sugar coat his meaning. Here, this sums it all up....
“Any dog owner would be upset and we understand that,” said Chief Skip Holbrook, Huntington Police Dept.
Chief Holbrook, says his officer had to make a split second decision and was justified in his actions.