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by William N. Grigg (Pro Liberate)

As a 23-year-old who “looked about 15,” Kingsbury would change into “school-type clothes” and “hang out at the Maverick across from Nampa High School and attempt to purchase narcotics from kids,” the chief proudly recalls

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Photography Is Not a Crime

A Texas cop who took pride in his aggressive police tactics, peering into a citizen camera and spouting his name and badge number after ramming his knee into the face of a teenager, was fired last week – marking the second time in a month that a cop

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Lew Rockwell blog

Government police rarely, if ever, prevent crime, contrary to those phony-baloney TV cop shows. What they do is show up after the crime has occurred, take down a report, and then use the report to document that crime is out of control

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Photography Is Not a Crime

Seattle police went completely overboard in arresting him – not that they even had the grounds to do so in the first place – choking him, punching him and smothering his face with their hands. All while telling him to “relax” and to “stop resisting.

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The Sideshow

Cops these days. It's like they have no respect for authority. Last month, several off-duty police officers were caught egging the home of a superior officer in a small Massachusetts town. Initially, police from Framingham suspected dastardly teenage

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Simple Justice

Officer Watts began opening her mailbox from the side instead of from the front in case of a bomb. Watts' supervisors "do not believe that it would ever be safe for her to return to road patrol" and if she ever need police backup it would not be prov

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Daily Paul.com

Ben Swann takes a look at the 2013 NDAA and whether or not the power of indefinite detention has been removed or is alive and well. In this 2 part series, Ben breaks down the Feinstein/Lee Amendment voted for by Senator Rand Paul.

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Simple Justice

When Corporals Bass and Pope of the sheriff's office spied a green minivan traveling at the ridiculously high rate of speed of 73 in a 70 mile-per-hour zone, they took notice. Based upon my personal observation, it was likely because the van was the

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Simple Justice

The cop told the truth as to the reason for the stop, and the facts gave rise to no violation of the traffic code, and therefore no legal justification to stop the defendant. The ensuing search which produced drugs, would never have happened

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Simple Justice

Some may wonder why Martinez didn't stop when told to do so. To the overly compliant, such defiance offers more than sufficient justification for anything that follows. It might have been that he chose to exercise his constitutional right to be lef

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Simple Justice

Most dreams of cops, executing a warrant at the home of a family of innocents, fail to produce the outcome we would hope for. A big compensatory award coupled with punitive damages against the cops involved personally. The good news is that it happ

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