Tasers are used across the nation by police as a "pain compliance technique." But do the powerful electroshock weapons amount to police brutality? A case that lands before the Supreme Court next week could decide the fate of tasers.Read more »
Police State supporters will be getting off to this one...sick! Since when did our towns become the front lines?Read more »
One of the Marines who admitted to participating in the Haditha massacre where 24 unarmed Iraqi civilians - including women, children, the elderly and the handicapped - will receive no detention.Read more »
Evidence of provacateur action concerning two of the more infamous instances of police brutality at OCCUPY events (UC Davis and the "fenced in girls pepper sprayed") Ties all the way back to G20 "Officer Bubbles".Read more »
Charges finally filed against two Fullerton, CA police officers who beat Kelly Thomas, a homeless man, to death in July.Read more »
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 »
The lawyer representing a man who was shot by a Portland police officer for refusing to stop his car has created a website where he has posted video of the incident to question the shooting's justification.Read more »
In 2009 Passaic NJ Officer Joseph Rios was filmed beating a man for no apparent reason. The man is shown not physically threatening the officer or defending himself against the officer's attack. Now a Superior Judge has acquitted Rios of police brutality. Rios will now get his job back with back pay. The victim has been awarded $350,000 from the city from the beating. The taxpayers lose and the cop wins.Read more »
Pheonix, Arizona Police Officer Execute Man For Telling Them They Needed A Warrant, and rep for police department dancing around.Read more »
Bay Area Rapid Transit Police Officer Johannes Mehserle was sentenced in July 2010 for involuntary manslaughter after fatally shooting 22-year-old Oscar Grant on an Oakland train platform on New Year’s Day 2009. At 12:01 Monday morning, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said he was freed.Read more »
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