: Officer sucker punches woman he *assumed* sprinkled water on him. The video shows it wasn't her. (youtube.com)Read more »
The middle-aged man sitting on a railway station bench protects a younger man by wrapping his arms around him as he shouts desperately at the helmeted, baton-wielding police officers running up and down the platforms at Madrid's Atocha station."Shame on you! Shame on you! Shame on you!" he bellows repeatedly in a video that shows how police charged into the station during violent demonstrations that shook Madrid last weekRead more »
Illinois's finest have protected the citizens Quincy by serving a nine year old autistic child into a wall and then to the police station for "aggravated battery against an officer" when he tried to climb out of his "time out area."Read more »
As the officer handcuffed the compliant motorist, the officer explained, "I don’t like someone with a gun," while insisting, "You’re not under arrest."
The second statement is an unalloyed lie: Whenever a police officer restrains someone, that person is under arrest. The first statement is a lie by omission: If Pierson had been a police officer, Bassett would not have complained about him carrying a gun. The category of "someone" thus applies only to Mundanes, whose very existence is seen as a threat to the unimaginably precious personages who wear state-issued costumes.Read more »
ABCnews.com article about iPad deliberately left behind at Orlando International Airport. Using tracking software, the tracked to the home of the TSA agent who stole it.Read more »
The Lake County Sheriff's Office was justified in shooting Andrew Lee Scott, the state attorney's office said Tuesday. Scott died in July after deputies opened fire when the 26-year-old answered a knock on his door in the middle of the night with a gun in his hand.Read more »
According to the video, the Aurora, CO police went so far to try to catch the suspect that the suspect might go free as the case could be throne out.Read more »
In George Orwell’s classic novel 1984, the government of Oceania maintained total surveillance of its citizens via the telescreen, a television installed in virtually every room and on every street corner that could be turned down, but never turned off.
It offered round-the-clock programming aimed at instilling patriotism in the masses, but it also included a camera that gave no clue whether it was active or not.
You watched the TV, but it was also watching you.Read more »
Officer claims he was cornered by man in wheelchair and had to defend himself.Read more »
The shooting happened Wednesday night at a home on 10th Street in Altavista. Delma Towler was shot while attempting to walk to her sister's house. She was apparently trying to get away from what she thought was an intruder, trying to break into her house. Towler's funeral is 4 p.m. Saturday afternoon at the Altavista Church of Christ.Read more »
A Houston police officer shot and killed a one-armed, one-legged man in a wheelchair Saturday inside a group home after police say the double amputee threatened the officer and aggressively waved a metal object that turned out to be a pen.Read more »
Just one more reason NEVER to call the cops to your house! Also, one more reason to hope that they never show up, wanting to talk to you. If the cops come to your home, your dog is dead...Read more »
"The Full Story Of How A Boston Journalist Got Arrested On Some Bullshit At The Anniversary Of Occupy Wall Street" - I wasn't supposed to be sitting in a bar, my right elbow bent like a bastard, on the night of September 17, 2012. It was the anniversary of Occupy Wall Street – a movement I've been covering for about a year – and the plan was to be out in the streets, tweeting, taking pictures, and scribbling obscenities in my notepad. That's what I do. I'm a reporter. It's my fucking job.....Read more »
Cops break into a man's home looking for drugs and hold him hostage, traumatizing the residents, causing significant property damage, and refuse to pay for it.Read more »
Riverside County Sheriff's deputies pepper sprayed and beat a grandfather to death as he waited to pick up his granddaughter from Norco High School, the family claims in court. The Katzes claim Warburg and others pepper-sprayed and beat Dennis Katz to death on Sept. 22, 2011. He died early the next day. He was 68. They say the grandpa was parked legally on Norco High School property, waiting to pick up his granddaughter, when "RCSD deputies arrived and began to question Mr. Katz while he was seated within his vehicle. He was then ordered to exit the vehicle for unknown reasons."Read more »
In this soon-to-be-classic video one cop pulls over another cop for speeding.Read more »
Cops felt it necassary to drag a 77 year old lady from her car because she didnt hand over her id and insurance card.Read more »
In the Dallas suburb of Garland, a man was killed by police who rammed his vehicle (after initially denying it) and fired 41 shots at the victim. Details are still emerging and stories changing as more details become known. It is reported that a witness recorded some of the incident via cellphone but was forced to destroy the evidence by the police.
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