Atlanta (WAOK)– A trial date has been set for a 20-year-old single mother who was arrested after her son made laughing noises while in a Decatur library.Read more »
This is the Jesus family that live down the street from me in Enoch, Utah. I also go to church with them. Ray Jesus, the father of five beautiful children was taken to Purgatory (Washington County Jail) for deportation. He was taken from his home last week while cooking dinner for his family. Kacie has not had permission to see him yet. I.C.E. would not even let his seven-year-old autistic son James give him a hug. They yelled at Kacie too.Read more »
"[I]s there a constitutionally protected right to videotape police carrying out their duties in public? Basic First Amendment principles, along with case law from this and other circuits, answer that question unambiguously in the affirmative."Read more »
In the last decade, New York drastically reduced its prison population and at the same time experienced a huge drop in crime. Indiana, on the other hand, drastically increased its prison population — and consequently the burden to taxpayers — while seeing a much smaller drop in crime than the national average.Read more »
RENTON, Wash. -- Police say a series of cartoons mocking officers and other city workers are criminal, and the people who posted them online are guilty of cyberstalking.
One member of the police department has already been demoted, but investigators are looking for additional parties that may be involved after another string of cartoons recently surfaced.Read more »
David Cameron, the British prime minister, has said that the authorities should consider blocking individuals' access to social media if they are plotting violent acts, in the wake of the week's riots and looting.Read more »
The Renton City Prosecutor wants to send a cartoonist to jail for mocking the police department in a series of animated Internet videos. The "South-Park"-style animations parody everything from officers having sex on duty to certain personnel getting promoted without necessary qualifications. While the city wants to criminalize the cartoons, First Amendment rights advocates say the move is an "extreme abuse of power."Read more »
Police closed down a lemonade stand in Coralville, IA, telling its 4-year-old operator and her dad that she didn't have a permit.Read more »
VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35) - In a surprise move Monday night the city of Oak Hill eliminated its entire police department.
The police chief and a few officers were under scrutiny for alleged illegal and odd behavior. The city council was so fed up they simply wiped out the entire department.Read more »
Young Americans—even more so than older Americans—appear to have acquiesced to the idea that the corporatocracy can completely screw them and that they are helpless to do anything about itRead more »
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