The N.J. AG has launched an investigation into police retaliation against a pair of radio talk show hosts who exposed an upcoming traffic ticket blitz after David Jones, an active duty policeman, broadcast the home address and license plate number of
A case of excessive police actions involving Alex Zivojinovich aka Alex Lifeson, the famed guitarist with the Canadian rock trio Rush.
"Given the fact that Ms. Bergman bought the mobile home and moved it into that spot, where she has lived for eight years, I have a hard time believing that the police exercised reasonable care before violating her rights."
"The events of yesterday, with all (the training) that we do, should not have occurred," [the police chief] said at a tense news conference. "We should not be engaged in attacks on the media." [But apparently Hispanics are fair ga
Atlanta resident Kathryn Johnston's death has finally been exposed to be a case of police coverup in clear example of the insanity of the war on drugs.
The Supreme Court broadly shielded police officers from lawsuits arising from car chases, in a dispute over a high-speed chase near Atlanta that the court found so dramatic that it posted a videotape of it on its website. In an 8-1 vote, the justices
A U.S. Border Patrol agent who fatally shot a Mexican illegal entrant in January has been charged with murder by the Cochise County Attorney who said Monday that the shooting was not justified.
Felton said an autopsy showed the suspect also was killed by troopers, shot once in the head and twice in the chest. "It's our belief he was killed almost instantaneously," he said.
They responded with a storm of bullets, which wounded Johnston and the officers themselves. When they realized their fatal error, they planted drugs in the woman's home. They then pressured an uninvolved informant to testify to having made contro
Federal and state agents arrested six men and seized an arsenal of homemade hand grenades and firearms in raids. The men, members of the self-styled "Alabama Free Militia," had no apparent plans to use the weapons.
A veteran Boston police officer is expected to resign from the force after pleading guilty yesterday to charges he shot a fellow cop during an off-duty argument about whether he was too drunk to drive, officials said.
The bloodbath lasted nine minutes — enough time for Seung-Hui Cho to unleash 170 rounds from his two pistols, or about one shot every three seconds. During that time, police spent three minutes dashing across campus to the scene.
Farnham, 35, kicked and Tasered a 56-year-old resident who thought Farnham was looting a nearby house, authorities said. Farnham also hit the man's wife, leaving her partially blind in one eye, the man said from his home Monday.
When the mass murder began in the engineering building the police cowered behind their cruisers till Cho finished off the last batch of his 32 victims, then killed himself. Then the police bravely rushed in, sticking their guns in the faces of the tr
The Kansas Highway Patrol last week began spying on motorists from privately owned big rig trucks. As part of a new, federally funded effort, a state trooper sits in the passenger seat of each truck and operates a set of five video cameras and a rada
The 1975 Texas statute meant to ban small jurisdictions from funding city operations from speeding tickets has failed to curb the practice. Estelline, a tiny town of 194 in the Panhandle, is almost entirely funded by citations issued to outsiders pas
While my situation wasn’t nearly as dire as so many on which you report, I do feel like there are several issues my case brings up, i.e., cops lying to justify their actions, videotapes of SWAT raids not being preserved, and the necessity of some SWA
There was a motorcade of some sort coming South on 16th Street NW. As it approached the intersection, the light was red for the motorcade. But it didn't stop. The Cherokee, which had a green light, came into the path of the first of the oncoming
A University of Colorado student was arrested after making comments classmates deemed sympathetic toward the gunman blamed for killing 32 students and himself at Virginia Tech. Another student was detained when he was spotted wearing an ammunition be
Spread the word BLM Terror http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1p_vHmmDbg http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-6553398746368251246 It has been discovered Bureau of Land Management, BLM, employees intentionally obstruct open tr
SOLDIERS AND POLICE are supposed to be different. Soldiers are aimed at enemies from outside the country. They are trained to kill those enemies, and their supporters. In fact, “killing people and breaking things” are their main reasons for existence
The city's police chief announced a wave of policy changes in response to a November drug raid that ended in the shooting death of a 92-year-old woman.
Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota contended the officers "acted as thugs in police uniforms" and emphasized that the indictments represent the first phase of a widespread investigation into criminal activity by police in Ocean B
Dinkins says the police were retaliating against her for the fuss she raised over the arrest of her son. She makes a pretty good case.
An attorney Thursday accused police of fatally shooting an unarmed man without provocation a year and a half ago, then fabricating tire tracks to make it look like an officer had been run over by a car.
Gotwalt was never subject to a criminal proceeding. He was never even arrested. Fairfax County police refused to even tell Cornejo's family or attorneys the name of the killer until nearly a year after the shooting, despite several pleas and Free
The police chief in Red Oak, Texas faces charges that he imposed an illegal traffic ticket quota. The city council last week suspended Police Chief Donald "Red" Fullerton and Deputy Chief Stephen Anderson pending the conclusion of an outsid
Today our attorneys filed a lawsuit against Fairfax County, Police Chief David M. Rohrer and SWAT Officer Deval V. Bullock seeking $12 million damages for improper policies, actions and inactions by the Fairfax County Police Department that led to th
It's not clear whether there was an air-conditioning malfunction or Green simply didn't turn it on. But Top was in distress when Green returned about an hour and 45 minutes later. Top has been cremated and his ashes given to Green.
A drunk Chicago cop who pummeled a female bartender for refusing to serve him alcohol was initially only charged with misdemeanor assault by his buddies in the police department. When the video went public, the prosecuting attorney bumped the charges