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Breitbart

In an explosive Newsweek article, Attorney General Eric Holder and the Department of Justice are operating under a “justice for sale” strategy by forgoing criminal prosecution of Wall Street executives at big financial institutions who just so happen

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New York Times

After a decade spent working the bottom levels of New York’s drug world, Margaret Sasso, an undercover police officer, believed she had done and seen enough. The thought of entering more crack dens made her numb.

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Philadelphia Inquirer

A MEMBER OF the Colwyn Police Department is under investigation for repeatedly using a Taser on a juvenile while the boy was in a holding cell last week, according to borough officials and sources. The 17-year-old boy was arrested for fighting on

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CopBlock

The police approached him, informing him he was banned from 500 ft of public sidewalk, claiming it was their “operational area”. They also claim they do not have to follow a new California law concerning car impounds, because they are not sobriety ch

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It’s a problem that has become more pervasive in cities and towns across America: cursing. Now, one Massachusetts town wants to start levying a fine in an effort to cut down on the practice. There is a bylaw currently on the books, but rarely enforce

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The Agitator

The City Council approved a $250,000 settlement Wednesday to a man mistaken by police as a tagger and was hit with a stun gun over and over. A jury wanted the city to pay for a police officer using excessive force.

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by William N. Grigg (Pro Liberate)

Regina Tasca is a “rogue cop” – and God bless her for it. Tasca is in the middle of disciplinary hearings that may result in her termination from the Bogota, New Jersey Police Department. She stands accused of “bizarre and outlandish” behavior in two

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L. Neil Smith's The Libertarian Enterprise

My nominal superiors bragged to each other about the dents their heavy aircraft aluminum flashlights had acquired. They were a new thing at the time and were used as batons. Debate whether it was more fun to beat up Mexicans

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The paid director of the local police labor union renewed and doubled down on her attack on Columbia Police Chief Ken Burton. Burton has done his best to reform a troubled department despite the foot-dragging of veteran officers.

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