A Law school professor explains why to never speak to the police.Read more »
A young couple ask a police officer for directions, but the cop had other ideas.Read more »
Rodney Dwayne Valentine, originally landed in jail after being charged with injury to personal property. Upon release, Valentine asked officers to give him a lift to a motel nearby. When they declined, he refused to leave, according to a country sheriff’s news release. After several hours passed and Valentine still remained, Deputies suggested he take a cab, he refused. Officials gave him repeated warnings that he had to leave. At 1 p.m. deputies arrested Valentine, charged him with second degree trespassing and tossed him back in the clink.Read more »
"He said, put your hands behind your back. I said for what. Next thing you know he tackled me down on the ground," said Bratton.
Baker said, "I was just crying. I guess he got mad because I was crying or something, then he just took it out and just tased me."Read more »
Police have no duty to protectRead more »
Anaheim mayor demands federal investigation after cops kill two men in two days
The mayor of Anaheim, California is asking for federal assistance in an investigation of the local police department after law enforcement officers shot and killed two men in separate incidents over the weekend.Read more »
This is an FBI report on what to watch out for. Short blurb below.
They could be dismissed as a nuisance, a loose network of individuals living in the United States who call themselves “sovereign citizens” and believe that federal, state, and local governments operate illegally. Some of their actions, although quirky, are not crimes. The offenses they do commit seem minor: They do not pay their taxes and regularly create false license plates, driver’s licenses, and even currency.Read more »
Alleged victim testifies that 25-year cop struck him repeatedly without provocation in 2010 incident partially caught by surveillance camera - Gregory Jeffries says his face was left swollen and bloodied after a Chicago police sergeant struck him four times in 2010 without provocation. "I felt pain," Gregory Jeffries testified Thursday during the first day of the trial of Sgt. Edward Howard Jr. on charges of aggravated battery and official misconduct. Jeffries was 19 and handcuffed when the alleged beating took place in a South Side restaurant parking lot.Read more »
TRAVERSE CITY, MI — Video of two northern Michigan men being subdued and arrested in a National Cherry Festival crowd by Traverse City police this week has sparked a debate about whether officers went over the line in their duties. The Traverse City Record-Eagle reports that two brothers from Garfield Township were arrested Wednesday evening, July 11, after police said one of them tried to incite a riot on the Union Street bridge downtown.Read more »
LONDON – Heading to the London Olympics? London organizers have published a list of items prohibited at venues for the July 27-Aug. 12 Olympic Games.
List evidently includes bottled water, too much food, flags and political t-shirts.Read more »
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