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Photography Is Not a Crime

eattle police were caught on dash cam telling a pair of innocent robbery suspects that they would "make stuff up" to ensure the charges would stick, even though there was a complete lack of actual evidence. That incident is just small sample of wh

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Washington Post

In 2 lengthy and high-profile trials in the District’s federal court, federal prosecutors failed to win a single conviction. One reason for the courtroom setbacks can be traced to the ribald texts exchanged between the informant and his FBI handlers.

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Washington Post

Police chiefs everywhere say that smartphone robberies are rocketing. They’ve offered cash rewards, set up decoy crews in subway stations and urged iPhone owners to be wary. But the robberies keep coming. Now, police are expressing their frustration

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Lew Rockwell blog

In medieval monarchies, canon were often inscribed with the legend ultima ratio regum ("the king's final argument") — a Latin phrase that means, essentially, "Submit, or I'll murder you." That would be a proper inscription for the shotgun wielded by

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Hector Nunez, the Massachusetts man who has had a running dispute with the local police department, was issued an arrest warrant for maintaining a noisy and disorderly house, a summons that obviously stems from the videos he’s been posting on Youtube

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