The FBI has launched a criminal probe into a January incident where Tennessee police stripped a man naked, then kicked, tased, and beat him with a baton while he lay handcuffed in the snow.Read more »
A Georgia woman who was convicted on misdemeanor charges in the death of her son who darted out into traffic will not spend time in jail, a judge ruled Tuesday.
The case of Raquel Nelson had attracted national notice from parents, the NAACP and even transportation advocates who said the Marietta woman was being unfairly pursued for just trying to cross the street as any other pedestrian would do.
With a quota driven system that forces cops to meet summonses and arrest numbers, I fear that unarmed motorist will be shot by inexperienced rookie cops that are trained to shoot first and ask questions later. These constant interactions between people and police are a recipe for disaster and will cause far more harm than good as nervous cops with guns converge on cars that approach this intersection after dark.Read more »
A U.S. Army reservist twice charged and eventually acquitted of a 2005 homicide has filed a federal lawsuit accusing the city of Altoona, two police officials and a video expert of "willful, wanton and reckless" violation of his civil rights.Read more »
Norwegian Police confirms that at least two persons are dead, and several others injured in a terrorist attack directed against a building housing the Norwegian govt. Many have voiced their concern that authorities will use this as an excuse for more strict and intrusive security regulations.Read more »
I'm sure Marco Sauceda felt served and protected when the police entered his home and sprayed him with pepper spray, battered him, and tackled him because they thought he was a burglar. As it turns out, Mr. Sauceda was in his own home, is developmentally-challenged, and does not speak English. A jury of Mr. Sauceda's "peers" found that his actions of retreating further into the house and locking the door were "resisting arrest", worthy of a $500 fine and 30 days in jail.Read more »
US Police have a new weapon in their biometric "crime fighting" toolkit: the iPhone! A simple add on for the iPhone now allows police to do field iris scansRead more »
Oklahoma City Police Chief Bill Citty agreed Tuesday his officers made mistakes Saturday when they rounded up about 20 teenagers on curfew violations in front of the Harkins Bricktown Cinema and hauled them away in what one parent described as a “paddy wagon.”Read more »
POLICE STATE DENIED! The Criminal Police of Massachusetts were denied more innocent victims and revenue when honest citizens ruled Adam and Peter innocent of the B.S. charged invented out of thin air by corrupt cops.Read more »
Cops claim shots were fired. Witness say otherwise.Read more »
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