Orlando Liberty Activist John Kurtz faces 6 Years in Jail for video taping the police.Read more »
Our local priest has been arrested with up to 10 years in prison for bringing someone on death row a pack of cigarettes.Read more »
Police sobriety checkpoint, driver and passenger refuse the cops demands to roll the window down completely and ask if they are being detained. The officers will not respond to their questions and eventually smash the drivers window and arrest the two men.Read more »
BLOUNTVILLE, Tenn. --
At least four different law enforcement agencies were involved in the April operation that destroyed a home at 361 Ellis Road, but none will take responsibility for leading the effort to apprehend a man who later turned himself in.
A Connecticut woman found herself stuck in traffic on her way to the delivery room, thanks to a Plainville PD DUI checkpoint. When Mrs. Hairston began going into labor, officers attempted to call for an ambulance, but were advised that help was 10 minutes away at least--a result of the delay that they themselves had created.
Thankfully, baby Christian was born healthy, but he and his mother could've easily become the latest casualties in these all-to-common violations of the Fourth Amendment.Read more »
The FBI may have had the wrong address when they recently raided an apartment in Michigan, investigating a World of Warcraft gold-selling claim. No arrests have been made following the March 30 raid.
The Bureau visited the Ann Arbor apartment in University Towers trying to find any information about “fraudulent sales or puchases of virtual currency” in the popular online game. An FBI spokesperson has explained to local media that she could not comment on the real-life raid, as many documents remain sealed.Read more »
FBI agents raided the home of two college students as part of an investigation into fraudulent sales or purchases of virtual currency that people use to advance in the popular online role-playing game World of Warcraft. Authorities seized laptop computers, hard drives, video game systems, credit cards, a cell phone, paperwork and other computer equipment. "They took all my stuff," said one of the students, although authorities made no arrests.Read more »
A Derby High School sophomore said today that he was hit by a Taser and had his arm broken by two school resource officers for refusing to pull up his pants.Read more »
"We All Live in a Fascist Regime"
A peaceful person was arrested by the British police state for singing about our civilization's continuuing descent into a tyranny where free speech is no longer accepted by the control system.
Charlie Veitch arrested for the pre-non crime of planning to peacefully protest the royal wedding. This Minority Report style police state will soon be coming to America. More info - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cambridgeshire-13237702Read more »
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