The 14 day old infant had been flown to Honolulu for emergency heart surgery. He died while detained inside a customs room at the Honolulu Airport with his mother and nurse.
A US judge's move to close the dissident site Wikileaks only showed the limits of enforcing national laws in cyberspace. Internet activists gave a Swiss bank and a San Francisco judge a powerful demonstration of the "Streisand Effect.
The machine-shredded stuff (45 million pages) is confetti, largely unrecoverable. But in May 2007, a team of German computer scientists in Berlin announced they had completed a system to digitally tape together the torn fragments.
About every 2 weeks, a SWAT team breaks into the wrong house in America--many times killing innocent, unarmed Americans. A look at the increasing militarization of America's police.
Crooks in Richland County SC beware, you can run--especially if it's over 40 mph-- but you can't hide, the M113A2 is coming to town. What kind of crime is the county having?
The U.S. Justice Department, on the heels of a split verdict in its tax evasion prosecution of actor Wesley Snipes, is planning a crackdown on the so-called tax protester movement. The protesters, or tax deniers, assert a constitutional right to avoi
The US Supreme Court refused to review a legal challenge to the Bush administration’s warrantless surveillance program. It lets stand an appeals court’s ruling that plaintiffs can't for certain show they had been wiretapped by the National Securi
It may not be at Wikileaks.org anymore, but the whistle-blowing Web site that prides itself in exposing secrets is still publishing and vows to fight a court's attempt to shut it down. [Can't stop the signal.]
Your 22-year-old daughter is missing for 4 days, her two-year-old dropped off at a local police station. You tell the police that you feel your daughter is in danger. Pomona police leave a dead girl's body in van next to police station for 4 days
The city wants to buy two unmanned helicopters that can hover quietly and stream video back to the ground, like the drones used by the military in Iraq, but much less expensive and without weapons.
Amtrak will start randomly screening passengers' carry-on bags this week in a new security push that includes officers with automatic weapons and bomb-sniffing dogs patrolling platforms and trains.
First, drugs. Next, smoking. Now, Health Nazis have targeted the obese. Big Food joins Big Oil and Big Tobacco as the new Axis of Evil.
...the enrollment agency can be the DMV within any state, & the SSN, birth certificate documents can also be stored within the card, & not within a national database, available for access by every county, state & federal agency...
Why would sane people willingly go to one of the numerous FEMA camps that exist across the U.S.? Answer: Because they are starving, have lost their homes, have no employment prospects, and literally have nowhere else to go.
Most Americans are perfectly willing to be fooled (hell, they're enthusiastic about it) until the Empire begins to crumble around them -- that is, in ways that directly affect them in their lives. That day may be coming, sooner than you think
Supporters of the bill believe that police misconduct should be kept secret from the public so to not discredit police testimony.
After obtaining Police video the truth comes out...
Zooming in on local speed trap provides detailed information such as the type of speed detection used, posted speed limit, rating, and level of enforcement.
Keith Olbermann sets his sites on Bush's fearmongering in the wake of the blowup over telecom immunity in his eavesdropping-on-Americans controversy.
The ruling held that, when Guantanamo Bay detainees challenge their status as "enemy combatants," judges must review all the evidence, not just the evidence the military chooses.
The government records contain graphic evidence that interrogators regularly used force and violence while interrogating detainees. These same interrogators often hindered videotaping during interrogations....
By 2019 all travellers, including children, will be required to enter a closed booth on their own, where their biometric details, stored digitally on microchips in passports, will be checked against their real fingerprints.
Why am I not surprised - Ed. Cameras once proposed solely for the purpose of monitoring the level of traffic on freeways may soon have a new mission in West Virginia following unanimous state House passage of the "Guardian Angel Video Monitoring
Police have been given the go-ahead to use Taser stun guns against children. The relaxing of restrictions on the use of the weapons comes despite warnings that they could trigger a heart attack in youngsters. Until now, Tasers - which emit a 50,000-v
Unauthorized POLICE video of Police Riot in Portland at bush fundraiser. Get ready all this coming to a city near you for practicing your god given right to assemble peaceably.
Brian Sterner lands on his ribs, then rolls over and lies on his back while Hillsborough County Detention Deputy Charlette Marshall-Jones checks his pockets before she and another deputy put him back in the chair.
A couple faces criminal charges over changing their water-guzzling lawn to a lovely, low maintenance drought resistant oasis,
They are to develop what is expected to be the world's largest crime-fighting computer database of biometric information, including fingerprints, palm prints, iris patterns and face images.
This woman thought that it was OK to dump a paraplegic on the floor and frisk him? She'll probably get promoted or recruited by the CIA... These people are sick. Be sure to view the video report.
This woman thought that it was ok to dump a paraplegic on the floor and frisk him? She'll probably get promoted or recruited by the CIA...