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Reason magazine

Ohio resident Nick Christie was picked up by the Lee County Sheriff’s Department for public drunkenness in March 2009 while visiting his brother in Ft. Myers, Florida. His wife contends that he wasn’t drunk, but had simply traveled from Ohio to Flori

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Photography Is Not a Crime

Melbourne police officer Derek Middendorf turned off his dash cam before stepping out of his patrol car and kicking a mild-mannered 66-year-old man with dementia in the groin. The hulking cop then fell on top of the feeble Albert Flowers, punching

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Photography Is Not a Crime

For the first time since the War on Cameras began in earnest, the U.S. Department of Justice has weighed in on a federal lawsuit regarding the right to record police in public, leaving no doubt that it is protected by the First Amendment. The suit

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Kenneth Dukes contends his constitutional rights were violated when a member of the task force relied upon a confidential informant who picked Dukes' photo out of a lineup, which led to a warrant being issued for his arrest. No investigation was cond

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The Agitator

Jordan Miles was beaten nearly to death by 3 Pittsburgh police officers who say they mistook a bottle of Mountain Dew in Miles’ pocket for a gun. The cops claimed they confronted Miles because a neighbor had complained that the music student with no

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