Either way, if it’s happening in a public place, feel free to push “Record.” No one can take your camera away, and no one can force you to delete the video footage. Or can they? Legally, they can’t. In reality, they do.
A UMass Lowell police officer proved to nothing but a thug with a badge when he threatened a student for recording him in public. "Shut that fucking thing off before I slap you," the unidentified cop told UMass Lowell student Brendan Brown. Bro
That question, even without an answer, makes most “law-abiding taxpayers” go into knee-jerk conniptions. The indoctrinated masses all race to see who can be first, and loudest, to proclaim that it is NEVER okay to forcibly resist “law enforcement.”
Domestic abuse can involve real violence, with real victims. But drug cases, with no real victims, allows for property to be forfeited and money seized.
With more than 10,000 people joining the Occupy Wall Street protests on its 19th day - the largest crowds yet - police used pepper spray and batons on activists while making hordes of arrests.
In a city that hosts its fair share of murders and terror plots, Washington, D.C., police are cracking down on another threat to the nation's capital -- expired vehicle registrations. To the frustration of forgetful drivers, Metropolitan Police Depa
Not only did Bridgett Nickerson Boyd's car break down on her way to work, but when she pulled over to the side of the freeway, a sheriff's deputy pulled behind her, wrote her a ticket for driving on the shoulder, then decided to jail her.
A New Hampshire high school student who video recorded a police officer smashing his friend’s head against a table was ordered to delete the footage. But Mike, a 17-year-old junior at West High School in Manchester, was savvy enough to delete a co
A Metro Atlanta police officer is accused of being out of control and assaulting the citizens he was sworn to serve and protect. CBS Atlanta News has obtained more than 500 pages of internal affairs complaints lodged against Clayton County
The family of 30-year-old Eric Wells, the man who was killed in a crash involving IMPD Officer David Bisard, said they are angry to learn the DUI charges against the cop will be dropped.
No drugs. No guns. No dogfighting. The 40 officers on the scene — from the Chicago Police Department Animal Crimes Unit, two SWAT teams and the Cook County Sheriff's Department — left. The raid was over. For the Harris family, however, the s
Police in Georgia are under investigation after grabbing a man’s genitals, then tasing and choking him when he tried to pull the cop’s hand away from his genitals. The only reason the incident is even under investigation is because it was caught o
Sheriff’s intelligence indicates a planned protest in front of the Fourth Avenue Jail on Saturday October 1st at 10:00am. Sheriff Arpaio will personally be on scene at Fourth Avenue Jail to confront the activists and says, “Anyone breaking the law wi
says Roth. "I though this was and still believe this is a perfectly legal way to voice your displeasure with an out of control local government." However, Chief Gilbert calls it a hate crime.
Just after noon on December 15, 2009, a Tempe police detective sent a very specific e-mail about how to conduct a child pornography investigation to former colleague, Shaquille O'Neal — a.k.a. Shaq, and in his recent past, Detective S.R. O'Neal.
Another video has emerged showing a white-shirted New York City police supervisor punching a citizen during the Occupy Wall Street protests. The video doesn't capture much before the incident but if you slow it down and watch it frame by frame, it
Capitol Police were not amused by tweets and an article written by the satirical newspaper The Onion falsely reporting that members of Congress had taken a group of schoolchildren hostage.
Today we received unconfirmed reports that over one hundred blue collar police refused to come into work in solidarity with our movement. These numbers will grow. We are the 99 percent. You will not silence us.
Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy announced this afternoon that her office has filed charges against former Romulus Police Chief Michael St. Andre, his wife Sandra Vlaz-St. Andre, and five Romulus detectives (Det. Sargent Richard Balzer, Det. Richar
nleashing pepper spray on non-violent protesters as well as fellow officers at the ongoing Occupy Wall Street demonstrations. Bologna, who was identified as the cop who pepper sprayed a pair of women who were already detained on Saturday, apparent
ew York City police officer Mark DeSimone began experiencing “ill effects from the aftermath of 9/11” in 2003, which prompted him to begin participating in triathlons as a way to combat these repercussions. But he doesn’t appear to have fully reco
Two Houston police officers could be asking "dude, where's my credibility?" after a suspect accused them of eating his pot brownies. Nicholas Hill, 19, claims that Houston cops took his brownies, that they knew were laced with marijuana, and munch
North Miami Beach police are investigating a comment submitted to a local blog that encouraged criminals to go after two well-known citizen activists. The threat was posted using a police department computer.
Veteran reporter Lawrence O'Donnell of MSNBC delivered harsh words against the New York City Police Department for arresting hundreds of people without just cause. He especially berated them for arresting a man with a video camera.
Activists have identified the senior New York Police Department officer who allegedly pepper-sprayed young women at the "Occupy Wall Street" protests, and it's not the first time he has been accused of civil rights abuses.
The judge who dismissed Michael Allison’s case last week won’t have the final word. An appeal by prosecutors is likely in the works, Crawford County State’s Attorney Tom Wiseman said Wednesday. On Sept. 15, Second Illinois Judicial Circuit Judg
Finally it claimed that even if it could search for videos, the law prevents it from releasing videos less than three years old (this despite the fact that the department deletes videos that are older than three years).
NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York police can shoot down an airplane if needed, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly told the CBS News program "60 Minutes." "In an extreme situation, we would have some means to take down a plane," Kelly said on Sunday night's
County sheriffs in Wyoming are insisting that all federal law enforcement officers and personnel from federal regulatory agencies must clear all their activities in a Wyoming county with the Sheriff's Office. Speaking at a press conference following
Former Columbia Police Officer Rob Sanders said he plans to appeal Wednesday's decision to fire him from the department. "I was fully and completely cleared by internal affairs after a thorough investigation of this incident. I was apparently fire