Police arrest a citizen, openly threaten him and point a gun at him, then arrest and illegally detain him for 45 minutes. They also smashed his cell phone in an unsuccessful attempt to destroy the recording made of him.Read more »
Sheriff Joe is at it again... this time enlisting the help of none other than Steven Seagal and as much firepower as he could muster to terrify his local universe.Read more »
A woman was stabbed to death in front of her teenage son as two police officers in the same village ignored calls to attend the incident.Read more »
A high-speed chase in Cincinnati resulted in the deaths of two innocent people. The suspect, a repeat offender who was both high and drunk, is an awful human being. But would the two innocents have died if Cincinnati cops had ignored their adrenaline and not chased a guy through the central business district at 60-70 mph?
The article also includes stats for police chases in Cincinnati in 1996, the last year before regulations were put in place to stop most chases. In that year, there were 180 chases. The results? 155 accidents, 34 injuries, and 1 death.
Protect and serve.Read more »
Most sugar-loving cops get their doughnuts by strolling into a shop or by taking the squad car. But when you really need to munch on some sprinkles, there is a time when only a helicopter will meet your transportation needs.
Witnesses say two cops used a police chopper to buy a box of doughnuts from Krispy Kremes. The helicopter costs taxpayers about £40 an hour, but that didn't stop the pair swooping in for a snack.
Police pay while investigations proceed following alleged wrongdoing of officers gets put on the table, in South Africa.Read more »
The family of Andreas Chinnery says Hamilton police fired two shots at the 19-year-old at very close range, hitting him in the arm and in the abdomen.
Shortly after officers were called to Chinnery’s Barton Street East apartment Feb. 2, police opened fire, fatally wounding the Hamilton man, who died a short time later in hospital.Read more »
Daily News @ http://RevolutionNews.US — A trial gets underway in Cook County Court today for a suburban police officer caught on tape repeatedly striking a motorist with a baton.
Streamwood police officer James Mandarino is due in court at 10 a.m. to face charges of aggravated battery and official misconduct.
Mandarino's own squad camera captured the images of the 41-year old officer repeatedly hitting 28-year-old Ronald Bell after a traffic stop.Read more »
sheriff's deputy told two colleagues he was making "dirty DUI" arrests on behalf of a private investigator who was setting up men to damage their reputations in legal fightsRead more »
The investigation has been prompted by a series of surveillance videotapes — released by Jeff Adachi, the city’s public defender, and private defense lawyers — showing officers suspected of falsifying reports, illegally entering residences and, in one instance, making a purposefully flawed arrest for drug possession.Read more »
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