Momentum is building on social media to boycott the Black Friday sales in order to hit corporate America "where it hurts" over the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown.
Asked if he had filled out an incident report on the shooting, Wilson explained the "protocol" in such cases is to "contact your FOP [Fraternal Order of Police] representative and he will advise you of what to do step by step."
California rapper, Tiny Doo, otherwise known as Brandon Duncan, may beat the rap. But he won't beat the ride. Especially considering he is currently incarcerated in a Southern California jail facing life in prison on
Why Does CA Want to Keep Its Inmates in Jail?
Sweeney Gillette, a very successful cattle trader from Ontario, Oregon, had barely finished a pleasant chat with his ex-wife when his phone rang.
As America holds its breath for tonight's (expected) grand jury verdict over the shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown - by police officer Darren Wilson on August 9th - Missouri officials have said they have reached an understanding with protest lead
Five prisoners have been released from Guantanamo Bay as part of a renewed effort to close the detention center at the U.S. Navy base in Cuba, officials said Thursday.
There is a surprising plea deal in Georgia this week where Philip Sailors, 69, (left) was accused of responding to Rodrigo Diaz (right) pulling into his driveway by mistake by shooting him in the head and killing him.
For the First Time Ever, a Prosecutor Will Go to Jail for Wrongfully Convicting an Innocent Man.
Citigroup managing director Shawn D. Miller was found dead with his throat slit in his Financial District apartment, the New York Post reports.
Why was John Stuart constitutional rights violated and wrongfully imprisoned through "double jeopardy" at his second trial? To the best of my knowledge and beliefs all of the allegations in this article are true and correct; and can be verifiedRead Letter
Prosecutors announced an indictment against Douglas G. Williams, a 69-year-old man from Norman, Okla., who's accused of coaching people "how to lie and conceal crimes" during federally administered lie-detector tests.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has published a remarkable letter in which the Department of Justice admits its lawyer misled a panel of judges during oral arguments last month over the legality of National Security Letters, or NSLs.
Bernhardt and 3 other Kent County Sheriff's Department corrections officers were charged with making marijuana butter. Although 3 of the men had medical marijuana cards, Michigan law does not protect patients who use edibles.
New Jersey campus police struggled to arrest a 27-year-old college student for more than 7 minutes, pepper spraying him in the process, in a video going viral, never once providing probable cause, despite being asked several times.
The Big Banks continued unlawful actions that only result in "slap on the wrist fines" that in many cases are passed on to the shareholders and/or used as a tax deduction. Wall Street and the Banksters have not learned a thing. Or have they?
To the surprise of some observers, Justice lawyer Douglas Letter told the 3 judges that recipients of NSLs could, in fact, speak about the letters in general terms. They could discuss the fact that they had received a letter and
One of the co-founders of file-sharing website The Pirate Bay has been sentenced to three and a half years in prison related to hacking charges.
"In my opinion, Northwestern, [The Innocence Project's] Protess and Ciolino framed Simon so that they could secure the release of (Anthony) Porter and make him into the poster boy for the anti-death penalty movement," he said.
They said her repeated insistence that the judge advise defense witnesses of their rights amounted to a threat to prosecute the witnesses, based on their testimony, and caused the witnesses to refuse to testify.
Michael Anthony Kerr spent the last 5 days of his life handcuffed in a prison cell, unresponsive, off his mental health medicine, and lying in his feces and urine. An hour or two before the former Army sergeant died, officials put him into a
Undercover police monitoring a bar in Las Cruces, New Mexico were giddy with covetousness when they saw a man drive up in a brand-new Mercedes. As city attorney Harry S. Connelly later explained, the cops were delighted to find that the man had been
This deputy has resigned and has been arrested.
Rasmea Odeh was one month old when her family fled from their home in Lifta, a village outside Jerusalem. By February 1948, the Zionist army had destroyed Lifta and expelled its residents as part of its strategy to take control of Jerusalem.
"All of that money [fines] came out of the pockets of shareholders. No executives had to pay a fine. No executives had to do a single day in jail. There were not even charges filed against any individuals."
Texas Court of Criminal Appeals has thrown out a 2005 conviction and death sentence based on the misconduct of prosecutor. The court found prosecutors withheld material evidence favorable to Brown's case in a denial of a fair trial.
Federal prosecutors said they will dismiss indictments against 28 defendants in District drug cases amid an investigation of an FBI agent accused of tampering with evidence, including narcotics and guns, according to unsealed court documents.
Harris County isn't the only place where folks are coerced into plea deals for drug offenses when the crime lab later reveals they did not, in fact, possess any drugs. The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals includes another such case out of Wharton Coun
Forty years ago, the Israeli army tortured and imprisoned her. Now she's being forced to relive the nightmare in a US court.
Toledo's municipal court has been improperly issuing arrest warrants for 17 years, a "flagrant" violation of protections against illegal searches and seizures, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled today. The local court should revamp its process for