Illinois man faces five felony charges and 75 years in prison for recording on duty police officers.Read more »
61 senators betrayed you today. They authorized, as an amendment to the Defense Authorization act, the indefinite suspension of habeus corpus. We are now officially a police state.Read more »
The Senate is gearing up for a vote on Monday or Tuesday that goes to the very heart of who we are as Americans. The Senate will be voting on a bill that will direct American military resources not at an enemy shooting at our military in a war zone, but at American citizens and other civilians far from any battlefield — even people in the United States itself.
The Senate is going to vote on whether Congress will give this president—and every future president — the power to order the military to pick up and imprison without charge or trial civilians anywhere in the world.Read more »
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Arizona will campaign with Rick Perry in New Hampshire on Tuesday, the Texas governor's campaign told CNN on Saturday. The man famous for his tough stance on illegal immigration has not endorsed a presidential candidate, though he has been courted by the likes of Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann, businessman Herman Cain, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and Perry.Read more »
"Two studies conducted in the Netherlands showed that pepper spray was useful for subduing violent subjects, but actually caused non-violent situations to escalate into violence" ... "‘The use of spray may not necessarily be an alternative to force, but provides officers with options to use more force — perhaps unnecessarily. In other words, if it is there, they will use it.’"Read more »
If, in the euphemistic police state in which we currently live, pepper-spray is a taco condiment, that would make tasing...what? A joy-buzzing compliance aid? Sure, let's call it that. Now can someone explain to me why Officer John Turner of Scotland Neck, North Carolina's police department felt the need to use a joy-buzzing compliance aid on an 61-year-old, disabled man with a hearing impairment who was riding down the street on a bicycle? Because that man is now dead.Read more »
Instead of being deployed only in response to specific incidents or needs — as most police aircraft is used — the plane would be dispatched for general-purpose surveillance, regardless of whether there’s any suspicion of a crime being committed.Read more »
Houston area law enforcement agency is prepared to launch an unmanned drone that could someday carry weapons, Local 2 Investigates reported Friday.
The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office in Conroe paid $300,000 in federal homeland security grant money and Friday it received the ShadowHawk unmanned helicopter made by Vanguard Defense Industries.Read more »
Another person getting arrested for filming a man with a costume and a gun. This is a police state: also check----http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7ZkFZkejv8&feature=relatedRead more »
Chris Rock once said, “That tiger didn’t go crazy. That tiger went tiger!” Well the Oakland Police department went State. 500 paid thugs (i.e. officers and sheriff’s deputies) from over 12 agencies assisted the OPD in a pre-dawn raid of OccupyOakland, evicting campers from the newly named Oscar Grant Plaza in front of Oakland city hall. Riot police clad in gas masks used rubber bullets, bean bag rounds, flash grenades, tear gas canisters and an LRAD sonic cannon against non-violent peaceful protesters.Read more »
Good news for residents of Smithfield, NC. The police, in an attempt to save gas money, may not investigate all crimes!Read more »
Sheriff and Councilman get in physical fight. The cause of the fight? The Sheriff stated that the councilman didn't respect the Delaware Constitution. (The Councilman is one of the last people standing in the way of the Sheriff expanding his powers)Read more »
Feds pressure youtube to censor videos criticizing the governmentRead more »
Acknowledgment of police brutality and police state measures increases...Read more »
SWAT team arrests 74 year old woman over moondust given to her husband by astronautRead more »
Just when you thought your silver and gold coins were portable and outside of the realm of government intervention and scrutiny, we learn that the Transportation Security Administration may very well be starting to scrutinize possession of such coins if you travel through checkpoints, be they at airports or other public venues:Read more »
Say There's An Intruder In Building, But It's Just A DrillRead more »
These checkpoints were ruled unconstitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court. Of course, none of that matters because police officers do whatever they want.Read more »
Atlanta woman who shared only the same first name with a suspect is imprisoned for 53 days. She was only released because the victim of the crime testified that this was not the "Teresa" that attacked him.Read more »
Tennessee 'Officials' deploy TSA on Highways to combat 'Terrorism' for the hell of it.Read more »
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