A federal judge ruled this week that a sheriff’s deputy had every right to walk into a person’s home and seize a camera from a citizen, even though the deputy had no warrant nor was the camera used in a commission of a crime.
You are clearly portraying ONE side of the story in this article. And please inform me how you know the plaintiff had his hands above his head. Officer Gilbert is exactly that; a police officer - are you really surprised he would brandish a weapon whRead Letter
Will Grigg (award-winning investigative journalist, writer, producer) on the status of civil liberties in America, good cop vs. bad cop, freedom good...government bad
Congress has asked the Federal Aviation Administration to find a safe way to expand the use of drones in the U.S.
In July of this year it became apparent through a flood of mainstream media reports that the National Security Agency (NSA) was “desperate to hire new hacking talent to protect the nation’s critical infrastructure” yet the NSA is notorious for its su
“Isolation booths” mimic treatment of prisoners
Video released by the Seattle Police Department on Tuesday confirms that an officer delivered a violent punch to a suspect’s face in October while he was pinned to the hood of a patrol car.
If resisting arrest is a crime, does a woman have the right to resist a sexual assault by a police officer?
Smile for the camera, coppers — the US Supreme Court has decided to let stand a lesser ruling that allows citizens in the state of Illinois to record police officers performing their official duties. Up until just last year, an anti-eavesdropping le
Incrementalism has proved depressingly effective as a tool for getting most people to quietly surrender their rights piecemeal. For gradually habituating them to an ever-diminishing circle of liberty.
A California man was jailed for four days for attempting to record police officers on a public street.
Filming a TSA checkpoint for opt and and film week, Adam Kokesh runs into a predictably unfriendly TSA supervisor and an unpredictably intelligent cop.
Joe Luis Saenz, detained by authorities in Mexico, faces charges in the US of murder, kidnapping and rape
Nine people were arrested Friday in protests against retail giant Walmart. According to a Reuters report, the protesters, who told police they intended to be arrested, were taken into custody.
A two-year-old boy was found abandoned in a Springfield, Massachusetts K-Mart store’s parking lot late Friday night. According to Springfield’s WWLP News 22,
High-tech machines would disable suspect’s car via remote electromagnetic pulse.
On day one of the “Opt Out And Film The TSA” campaign, Dan Dicks of Press For Truth and Ashley Jessica went to the Buffalo International airport to help raise awareness about the intrusive and invasive TSA procedures. We were immediately surrounded b
Many offhand death threats against President Obama, including several by US police, are leading to public scrutiny and concern – even if they are not leading to legal action.
Two dead and more than 80 people injured in 'catastrophic' 140-car pileup after thick fog descends over Texas highway
Salvatore Perrone faces charges of systematically shooting dead three Middle Eastern store owners in separate incidents
An explosion fueled by a gas leak has injured eight people and destroyed two buildings in downtown Springfield, Massachusetts, including a local strip club.
Police in Florida are still looking for the person who allegedly shot two people at a Walmart in Tallahassee, the most serious reported instance of violence in the midst of the “Black Friday” holiday shopping maelstrom.
By now anyone who pays attention to politics knows that the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of 2012 contained a provision that allows for the indefinite detention of U.S. citizens without charge or trial. Section 1021 of the 2012 NDAA st
Towers could become widespread to deal with civil unrest
The New York City police officer accused of stalking more than 100 women allegedly planned to have “girl meat” as his Thanksgiving meal, prosecutors said during his bail hearing Tuesday.
A Mexican mayor accused officers from his own police force Wednesday of trying to kidnap him in a gang-ordered attack that left eight people dead, including a child and a pregnant woman.
Police Thursday were investigating a torrent of threatening and racist abuse against a French woman on a Melbourne bus that was caught on camera and went viral on YouTube.
Government Bullies: How Everyday Americans Are Being Harassed, Abused, and Imprisoned by the Feds,