‘I’M GOING TO GRAB YOUR BABY, AND DON’T RESIST’: COPS BARGE INTO CALIF. PARENTS’ HOME, TAKE THEIR BABY AFTER THEY SEEK 2ND MEDICAL OPINION — AND IT’S ON VIDEORead more »
They say fingerprint evidence doesn't lie and for the most part that's true. However government officials involved in the collection of evidence do horrible things.
In 1990 Shirley Kinge was convicted in an arson case where four people died. The investigator NY State Police Trooper, Robert M Lishansky was an 11 year veteran, considered one of their brightest and best investigators.
Lishansky was lifting prints from paper copies of fingerprint cards with standard lifting tape. Then claiming he lifted them at crime scenes.
Man with Down syndrome suffocated to death in police custody
A Maryland court has ruled that police are responsible for the death of a mentally disabled man. The homicide occurred after the man refused to leave a movie theater, prompting police to pin him down on the ground until he suffocated to death.Read more »
The NYPD Wants Mobile Weapon Scanners for Drive-By Patdowns
The NYPD is in hot water with civil rights groups over its controversial Stop-and-Frisk policy. But, NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly has a solution—handheld weapons scanners that see guns under clothing! Fourth Amendment? What’s that?Read more »
Relations between the King County Sheriff's Office and the state Department of Corrections have been strained by the shooting of Dustin Theoharis, who last winter was shot multiple times, survived and plans to bring a civil suit.
The incident occurred inside an Auburn-area house Feb. 11. The man who was shot, Dustin Theoharis, now 29, survived multiple wounds to his arms, legs, torso and jaw, including fractures that required a series of surgeries.
"He is thankful to be alive, but he has a long way to go to recover," said his attorney, Erik Heipt, of Seattle.Read more »
Michigan cops use money seized from drug and prostitution busts... to pay for drugs and prostitutes!Read more »
In the streets of his native Harlem, Joseph Hayden is a familiar presence, patrolling the neighborhood with his video camera, ready to document interactions between the police and the residents they stop — and doing so at an age when most people have retired. “Like I tell them,” Mr. Hayden, 71, said recently of the police, “I’m on your side to make sure there is courtesy, professionalism and respect. Isn’t that what you advertise on the side of your car?” “Seems like you’d want me to do it,” he added, “unless what you’re providing is not courtesy, professionalism and respect.”Read more »
The notorious Dolton cop who ended up on the front pages for beating up a 15-year-old special ed student and being involved in a shady self-defense shooting has hit the headlines once more, this time being accused of rape and facing jail time.Read more »
Austin Police Admit Infiltration of Occupy After Accusations of Undercover ProvocateursRead more »
At least. that's what a new lawsuit in the Sunshine State is claiming.
Last July, Leila Tarantino claims that she was pulled over by an officer with the Citrus County Sheriff's Department. In the suit, Tarantino says she came to a full stop and should have never been pulled over in the first place.Read more »
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