“Why are you dragging me out of my home?” asked the terrified woman. “Why would you be pulling me out of my home?”
“Open the door,” insisted the assailant, using his weight advantage and leverage to extract the woman, who had braced herself against one side of the door while clinging desperately to the other with her right hand. As she lost her grip, the left side of Marcella’s body scraped painfully against the door frame before she was thrown to the ground.
For the fifth time in less than two months, Austin police arrested a man while video recording them in public. This time it was Joshua Pineda, 26, a member of the Peaceful Streets Project, the organization that focuses on video recording police as they interact with the public. But this time, they did not confiscate his phone, which most likely was a result of Pineda exercising his right to remain silent while incarcerated.Read more »
Campus officer kills naked, unarmed, non-threatening freshman at University of South Alabama without attempting to use non-leathal tactics first.Read more »
Salt Lake City Police Chief Chris Burbank has issued an apology after narcotics detectives raided the wrong home and pointed a gun at its 76-year-old female resident. Burbank said the woman was not injured when the search warrant was executed late Wednesday night, but one officer was placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of an internal investigation. "She's certainly had the event of a lifetime, and one that I am very sorry that she had to experience at all," Burbank said.Read more »
A QUICK jog across a road to return a DVD and avoid traffic lights cost a man more than $300 after he was convicted of jaywalking.Read more »
Cops today are not heroes, they are the enemy. A moral person does not become a cop today.Read more »
This is a story that was posted by a citizen's here in Yakima WA. We have these people that are hired by the city of Yakima that are called "Downtown Ambassadors". These people are supposed to keep our downtown clean and provide information to tourists and locals if needed. Apparently they have been threatning local artists here in our town. Even telling them that they have limited authority over them. These "ambassadors" called the police and tried everthing to get these artists arrested. The cops left them alone but the "ambassadors" continued to harress the artist till they left.Read more »
Despite the TSA admitting on its own website that there is no law which prevents people from filming TSA checkpoints, a man traveling through San Juan airport in Puerto Rico had his camera confiscated and footage deleted.Read more »
Philly Cop punches girl in the face, mistaking her for someone else.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 »
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