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Injustice Everywhere

In Chicago Illinois, good old Anthony Abbate, the guy who savagely beat up a bartender on camera and got probation for it, is still a cop. Well, at least until the civil review board there makes a descision on whether or not to fire him for his felon

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Officer.com

Police lie. It's part of their job. They lie to suspects and others in hopes of obtaining evidence. These investigative lies cover a wide web of deception - a web that can get tangled. Some investigative lies are legal, some are not, and some genera

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Blog of Bile

Police arrested a freelance videographer and confiscated the memory card from his camera while he was recording a FIJA activist passing out literature in front of a courthouse. The videographer, goes by the name of “bile,” was on public property

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Injustice everywhere

The National Police Misconduct Statistics and Reporting Project utilizes news media reports of police misconduct to generate statistical information in an effort to approximate how prevalent police misconduct may be in the United States. As part o

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AZFamily.com

A Mesa Police officer was involved involved in a shooting. Mesa officers responded to a residence to assist a 21-year-old female with an order of protection. Officers spoke to the 22-year-old man to serve him the order, but he pulled a knife

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AP

Police say there's only one way for the families of missing women to know for sure if their loved ones are among the victims found in suspected serial killer Anthony Sowell's house: Give DNA samples. But relatives are reluctant to donate.

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Fanhouse

Ray Moore and George Morell know. Moore was wrestled to the ground by a cop, a knee in his back while he was cuffed, apparently bleeding. Both were arrested, and spent the bulk of the day in jail. "They're in their 80s, you know,'' she said.

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Reuters

Former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik pleaded guilty on Thursday to lying to White House officials and tax evasion charges in a deal that could send him to prison for almost three years. Kerik, who as head of the police department

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AFP

COPENHAGEN — The United States offered Tuesday to help Denmark put an end to a gang war that has raged in Copenhagen for more than a year and has left seven dead and dozens of innocent bystanders injured. "We have some expertise in the area of gan

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Officer.com

[Assassination?] Few clues have emerged from a drive-by shooting that left a nine-year veteran Seattle police officer dead and a trainee injured on Halloween night. Investigators on Sunday fielded tips, interviewed potential witnesses and scoured

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Officer.com

Scott Wright was fixing the emergency brake on an old Cadillac in a parking lot near Willow Glen last year when the San Jose police rolled up. Within minutes, he had been shot with a Taser and beaten with batons, breaking his arm. The cause of the

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NY Times

In September 2008, the Bush administration changed domestic intelligence-gathering rules. The Federal Bureau of Investigation's interpretation of those rules was recently made public when the bureau released a redacted copy of its "Domestic Investiga

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