Many of the articles detail doors suddenly smashed open, flash grenades and gas grenades tossed into the home, people thrown to the floor handcuffed and left for hours in that position, by invading SWAT teams that either had the wrong house, faulty l
Landau is said to have responded by stepping toward the officers and quizzing them about whether or not they had a warrant — at which point they began punching him in the face. The attack caused Landau to fall, but the beating continued
Court records show that the Army veteran was set to start a new job with the state, with solid pay and benefits, until Chicago police hauled him out of his house in his boxer shorts. No judge had signed a warrant for [Frank] Craig's arrest.
Los Angeles police officers bought and sold guns from the police armory for profit, and told the lieutenant in charge of the armory to "watch his back" after he reported it, the 25-year LAPD veteran claims in court.
According to the court, police were entitled to arrest, taze, and beat a teenager who had done nothing more sinister than speak to his mother on the street in front of their home. A police officer accosted the young man after he saw him approaching a
In a curious twist of rhetoric, Judge Patrick Dugan acquitted Philadelphia police Lt. Jonathan Josey of assaulting Aida Guzman at a Puerto Rican Day Parade, announcing "This is not a social media contest, this is not trial by video."
Richard Mueller spent an evening at the Firehouse Bar and Grill drinking, antagonizing security officers, and "creeping" out the ladies. Mueller capped off his night arguing with a bar patron trying to stop Mueller from hitting on his girlfriend.
A taxi driver in South Africa died after being handcuffed to a police vehicle and dragged hundreds of yards. Mido Macia, 27, from Mozambique, was later found dead in a police cell in Daveyton, Johannesburg, on Tuesday. [VIDEO]
Ironically, the video that police shot of the scene is what eventually cleared White of all charges. “I think that whoever was higher up looked at the police reports and then looked at the video and said, these two things don’t go together.
Police Chief Ed Flynn of Milwaukee believes his department is at war with the gun-owning public. In testimony before the Senate, Flynn claimed “in the last 20 years we’ve been in an arms race” with private citizens who supposedly out-gun the police.
Even when it is caught on camera, even when it gets him fired, it is still nearly impossible to convict a cop for physically abusing a citizen. A judge found former Philadelphia Police Lt. Jonathan Josey not guilty of punching a woman out in the vide
No clue what happened or why this individual became the focus of police attention, but the visuals are pretty clear. It raises a question, however. Are all perps so darn tough that they require so many police officers to beat them at once?
As we’ve seen so many times before, the Montgomery County police officer whose last name is Johnson wasn’t interested in hearing about the actual law once he announced that recording police in public was illegal.
A cop in Connecticut assaulted a woman for video recording him on a public street after repeatedly telling her, "put the camera away." Not much information is available, but there is enough evidence to show the cop abused her rights.
5 Connecticut towns will pay $3.5 million in a bizarre raid by a heavily armed SWAT team after a report of drugs in the house of a Norwalk man. The team hit the home with flash grenades while snipers and officers surrounded the property.
Obama’s advertised purpose was to combat the scourge of gun violence. The substantive purpose was to promote state monopoly on gun violence, exercised by people who are trained and authorized to kill pregnant women, children, and the elderly.
The FBI is now investigating six former Philadelphia narcotics officers, according to police. In December, Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams wrote a letter to Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey stating that the testimony of the six officer
The city is making a major push to sweep the streets of dangerous, mentally ill New Yorkers — and has even compiled a most-wanted list. The measure follows a pair of high-profile subway-shove fatalities from December allegedly involving mentally ill
The US Supreme Court ruled "the sniff is up to snuff" in a Florida case on how police may use dogs to track down illegal drugs. In a unanimous decision, the Supreme Court gave law enforcement authorities greater authority to use dogs to uncover illeg
Few sounds are better to a defendant's ear than a judge saying "case dismissed" because the arresting officer failed to appear for trial. Except when the defendant is a Florida Highway Patrol trooper who's conduct killed a woman, injured
The Ohio Court of Appeals upheld the police use of a battering ram on the home of a suspect who failed to properly signal a turn. The court majority also took the unusual step of noting that they disagreed with their own decision and called on the st
What if I told you police in your town could desensitize themselves to the idea of shooting an (armed) child, pregnant woman, or young mother, for just a couple of bucks? The "No More Hesitation" series from Law Enforcement Targets Inc. offers exactl
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