Members of a SWAT team opened fire on an unarmed teenage girl this week when police officers outside of Washington, DC attempted to serve an early morning search warrant.Read more »
"Be advised that everybody on the property is trespassing." So said a Creek County Sheriff Department officer as he ordered activists off of private property yesterday. He and his fellow officers looked like they were dressed for combat in a war zone, but in fact they had come to evict a woman from her home in Idaho Springs, Colorado. The following photos depict those officers, dressed in combat fatigues and carrying assault weapons, before and during arrests of activists affiliated with Occupy Denver at yesterday's foreclosure defense.Read more »
So this kid is playing Call of Duty, and then the S.W.A.T show up thinking there’s really a gunman in his house. No, this isn’t some kind of ad campaign showcasing how ‘realistic’ the game is - this is something that actually happened.Read more »
The officer who was shot at was working an off-duty detail at the time, but police said she was in a marked cruiser and in uniform.
"He ordered two slices," said Sam Karia, a witness. "He was buggin' out on the phone. Actually someone heard him crying on the phone to somebody."Read more »
Fresh video from the Occupy movement. 10/15/11
The following events happened just prior to this footage being captured:Read more »
Onlookers may have thought that the intense police action was part of the plot, but when Hungarian police and a SWAT team descended on the set of Brad Pitt's film "World War Z" on Monday, it was not a scripted event.
According to US Weekly, the SWAT team raided a Budapest warehouse where weapons were being stored for use in the epic zombie flick, with anti-terrorism officers seizing 85 guns. The firearms, which were supposed to be nonfunctional, were automatic, military-style assault rifles that were in good working order.Read more »
SWAT team honored for breaking into wrong house. Afterwords, the police investigated the police and found that the police did nothing wrong. Big surprise.Read more »
Instead of bogus pizza deliveries, sending a SWAT team to your door appears to be the hip new griefing trend in online gaming. Earlier this month we told you about a gamer in Eugene, Ore. who answered the doorbell to a police raid, thanks to some douchebag he met in FortressCraft. Now it's happened to someone in Florida.Read more »
A Medford OR man was awakened by a phone call from the police, offering 'help' that he never asked for.Read more »
In arrears on your loving government's subsidized student loans? Watch out for the SWAT team.Read more »
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