Police were issuing a warning Monday night about a growing trend of guns being painted in vivid colors that make real firearms appear to be toys. Authorities were concerned about the difficulty of telling the difference between these brightly col
Companies 'all too willing' to comply with FBI requests for personal information, EFF says. "The documents suggest the FBI’s intelligence investigations have compromised the civil liberties of American citizens far more frequently, and to a greater
The six-month probe was known as Operation Missing Link. Its target: A suspect who swiped a $2 bottle of iced tea and used it to wash down a stolen 50-cent piece of sausage - the lost link that left a bad taste in everybody's mouth. An investigation
So it seems that at least some of these weapons recovered in Mexico got there with assistence from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. Hmmmmmmmmm.
An artist who used a video camera to record being arrested by police is facing up to 15 years in prison. Chris Drew has been charged with Class 1 felony under the Eavesdropping Act in Chicago, Illinois. The bemused activist said he did not know any
A Class 1 Felony of recording a conversation is just below the prison time you'd spend for murder,...yet they want to record you and I everywhere at all times.
Women activists are to blockade Scotland Yard today, intending to demand to know the identity of any undercover police who have infiltrated their organizations [and their pants]. As evidence continued to emerge of police officers having had sexual re
Four months later, Prince says, he found the Yukon, parked three blocks from the stationhouse. He drove off, thinking everything was okay, but cops rolled up to his home and arrested him a week later - accusing him of removing police property with
The slaying of two police officers as they helped serve a warrant stunned a state already mourning police deaths in Miami and capped a bloody 24 hours nationwide that saw 11 officers shot in five states. "That's not normal," said Steven Groenin
This morning, two activist from Keene, NH had court for different reasons. As is common in Keene several other folks show up to support those who are facing justice from the man which is why Pete and I were in court, even though it was -15 degrees (sEntered By: Drew
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Federal authorities have arrested more than 100 members and associates of organized crime Thursday in a sweeping crackdown on the city's 5 Mafia families. The defendants are being held in the brig at Fort Hamilton until they are arraigned in court.
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Yet another crisis is upon this burdened city, among the most impoverished and crime-ridden in the country. Deep layoffs of city workers go into effect on Tuesday - cutting up to 383 jobs, or one-fourth of the city's employees.
Reginald Doucet, Jr, a 25-year-old Playa Vista resident, posted this video to his Twitter account on his way out in Hollywood last night -- just hours before he was shot and killed by an LAPD officer.
Morpheus and Ryan head to the 11th Ave overpass over the I-10 freeway to do some freeway blogging with their sign 9/11 was an inside job. The Sign is 8 feet tall and 20 feet long. As they get done they get confronted by officer Barney Fife! Actual
This week on the Police Accountability Report: Border patrol agent hiding immigrants in a secret room under his house TX authorities giving away door prizes seized through asset forfeiture Off the record” (not really) interview with John Blue, a f
Children as young as 6, who under past disciplinary practices would have been sent to the principal's office, are being dragged to court. Social engineering at work.
As we approached the courthouse, our bud William said to our group “Hurry up guys. Time for justice!” trying to get us through the doors. A bailiff, stationed outside, responded laughed and said, “You’ve came to the wrong place.” He was right. Below
Jared Loughner had been making death threats by phone to many people in Pima County including staff of Pima Community College, radio personalities and local bloggers. This tragedy leads right back to Sherriff Dupnik and all the spin in the world is n
We’re amateur video documentaries. We record everything and this quick errand to MA was no different. We entered the Franklin County Jail lobby, approached the counter, explained that we wanted to bail out a friend, were told that we couldn’t film, h
A lawsuit over the beating of a man by off-duty Milwaukee police officers in 2004 has turned up new information. Court papers now suggest the existence of a rogue group of Milwaukee police officers. In 2005, Milwaukee Police Captain James Gal
The mother of a 13-year-old accident victim lashed out at Las Vegas Metro police on Wednesday, accusing officers of being insensitive when they issued her daughter, who had just been hit by a car, a jaywalking ticket in the hospital. "How cold c
n the video, the man can be seen throwing the knife aside and then being shot twice by the cops. “What the fuck?" a witness can be heard asking. "That was unnecessary."
A new piece of technology may soon be coming to South Florida, but is already raising concerns from residents. The Miami-Dade Police Department recently finalized a deal to buy a drone, which is an unmanned plane equipped with cameras. Drones have
The Department Of Homeland Security, headed up by ‘Big Sis’ Janet Napolitano has filed an answer brief (PDF) in the ongoing lawsuit brought against the TSA over the controversial use of radiation-firing naked imaging scanners.
The ACLU of Pennsylvania says State Police have agreed to stop citing people for disorderly conduct when they use profanity. Senior ACLU staff attorney Mary Catherine Roper says these citations are not unusual. “And that’s why we started bringi
John Harmon, a diabetic who owns a marketing company, was pulled over after low blood sugar levels made him swerve into another lane. The sheriff's deputies smashed his window, Tasered him, and charged him with resisting arrest. Now he's suing.
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TSA Molesting a mans credit cards and other personal documents for no reason.