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Law Enforcers or Peace Officers

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AP

A police officer who body-slammed an unarmed woman and broke her jaw during a medical call to a suburban restaurant last year was arrested and charged with civil rights violations. He grabbed the woman by the waist, hoisted her in the air and

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Prison Planet

"Obviously, the charges could be challenged in court, but that's out of our hands," said police spokesman Lt. Frank Vanore. "You have rights, but that doesn't mean you can say something like this."

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MSP City Pages

What they were looking for was an informant—someone to show up at “vegan potlucks” throughout the Twin Cities and rub shoulders with RNC protestors, schmoozing into their inner circles, then reporting back to the FBI.

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AP

A former Atlanta police officer on trial for a botched drug raid that led to the death of a 92-year-old woman said he went along with a cover-up because he felt threatened by his fellow officers. Kathryn Johnston was shot 39 times by plainclothes nar

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by J.D. Tuccille

[Just ran across this. Not much on it. Still has not gone to trial?] Woman late at night. Flashing lights behind her alone on a country road. Slows down but is looking for lighted area to pull off. Cop runs her off road, assaults and arrests her.

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Chicago Reader

This archive contains articles by Reader staff writer John Conroy, who has been covering police torture and related issues since 1990. [It's not torture. It's enhanced interrogation and stress positions. Kinda like yoga for free.]

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YouTube - ACORN, ACLU, Flex Your Rights

ACLU, Flex Your Rights, and ACORN volunteers go door-to-door in Southeast DC educating residents about their 4th Amendment right to refuse warrantless police searches.

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