Excellent. The CIA is beginning the New Year by finally revealing themselves as the gang of thugs they've always been. Nothing more than a street gang that "avenges" deaths of its own like John Wayne or Lieutenant William Calley.
Eighteen months after the Patrick administration planned to launch a computer database that would identify street-gang members across the state, not a single local police department has contributed information to the $1.2 million federally funded intelligence system, according to a high-ranking public safety official. The reason, said John A. Grossman, the undersecretary of forensic science and technology, is simple: Cash-strapped police departments are so short-handed that they cannot spare officers to verify their gang data and enter it on computers.
TRAVERSE CITY, MI — Video of two northern Michigan men being subdued and arrested in a National Cherry Festival crowd by Traverse City police this week has sparked a debate about whether officers went over the line in their duties. The Traverse City Record-Eagle reports that two brothers from Garfield Township were arrested Wednesday evening, July 11, after police said one of them tried to incite a riot on the Union Street bridge downtown.
"Diop Kamau was a cop in California when his father was roughed up during a traffic stop by officers from another police department.
That incident prompted Kamau to quit his job as an officer and begin a new career documenting police abuses on videotape, especially those involving racial profiling, since he and his father are black.
This happened in the late 1980s, well before the internet began regularly broadcasting police abuse videos and even before the infamous Rodney King video.
Today, he runs a website titled Police Abuse where he frequently posts videos of these encounters."
Police organizations across the country co-operated to spy on community organizations and activists in what the RCMP called one of the largest domestic intelligence operations in Canadian history, documents reveal.
An attorney for the family of a 7-year-old girl slain during a weekend raid at their Detroit home says video footage contradicts the police department's version of events.
Geoffrey Fieger (FI-ger) said Monday that footage shot by the A&E crime-reality show "The First 48" shows that police fired into the home at least once after lobbing a flash grenade through a window.
Several members of Orlando's most violent street gang decided to detain a peaceful citizen allegedly over a burned out taillight.
Was this gang initiation night, or was the cop just a touch frazzeled from not having his boots licked?
Disobey armed fundraisers for the state, make them show their selves as the aggressor.
Shiny badge, a blue costume or not; Armed Vehicular Robbery is still Robbery no matter how you shake it. If any Joe Citizen had intimidated someone with 4 other gang members and an armed carjacking they'd be in prison. Stop giving these crimes legitimacy.