A brand new "policing for profit" case -- a case that resulted in a New York man losing a $160,000 on a Tennessee interstate. Even more startling it exposes a major loophole around a new law that's supposed to crack down on such abuses.
After the Detroit police department stopped responding to 911 calls, a private firm filled the gap.
Both clips show that Jason Al-Barati and his cousin were not interfering when police moved in to arrest them. Although neither clip shows police slamming Christina Oliver’s face into a window, we can hear that is what mostly likely took place
Raymond Michael Rodden was bored, so he drove to downtown Phoenix and began walking around, snapping photos of the federal courthouse and the state capitol with his iPhone. The 33-year-old man ended up jailed, unemployed and homeless
So far, I have heard nothing about what kind of gun Tsarnaev used, where he got it, or how he got it. I'm starting to suspect that neither brother had a gun, and that the cops did one of those LA Sheriff's Dept. "contagious fire" things.
Law enforcement authorities in California beat a man to death with their batons before seizing at least two cell phones from witnesses who captured the incident on video. One of the phones was seized without a warrant. The second phone was seized
Kozancenko said he first wanted to read the ticket before signing. So Murrill was constrained to use force. The 220-pound Murrill goes on to write in his report that the 6’ 165 pound Kozacenko was “actively resisting ” and “exhibited extrao
His name is Jeremy Drew and he looks like any shaggy haired kid his age but his message in his second video shows he is wise beyond his years.
The families of three women who spent years in captivity inside a Cleveland home celebrated their remarkable rescue, as questions began emerging about why police were called to the house at least twice in recent years yet never went inside.
The horrific Boston bombings already have led to irrational calls for more security cameras and more police officers, with some Democrats absurdly using this tragedy as a reason to stop the slight sequester-mandated cuts in federal spending growth.
FBI officials said they foiled a terrorism attack being planned in a small western Minnesota town, but they offered no details about the exact targets of the attack — or the motive of the man accused of being a felon in possession of a firearm.
Hi I'm a twelve y/o boy named Jeremy who has found a cop disobeying
What Sheriff Bradshaw had in mind was a strike force composed of deputies, social workers, and “mental health” professionals from a “Behavioral Sciences Unit” who would be deployed to visit the homes of “socially dangerous people.”
Las Vegas police are accusing so-called sovereign citizens of posing a threat to their safety because they tend to video record them during traffic stops. But if all they are wielding are cameras, then police should have no fear for their safety,
San Antonio Park police violently beat a woman who had walked into the wrong room at a gas station, then arrested her brother for trying to video record the altercation. They also deleted the footage from her brother’s camera while charging the wo
Eades says that he and a friend were driving down Alexander Drive early Friday morning when they came to an Operation Thunder Checkpoint on River Watch Parkway. What happened during that stop lead to Eades getting arrested... and he says it's all bec
After Officer Pedro Serrano decided to testify in federal court about what he sees as wrongdoing within the New York Police Department, a rat sticker appeared on his locker. That was the least of his problems.
Less than two weeks after he was arrested for video recording cops from a public street, Alex Lege was arrested again for the same thing. This time it was the Eunice Police Department that arrested Lege,
Hialeah police officer Fritz Janvier vowed the footage of him and fellow officers arresting a man for recording them would never see the light of day. He held on to Eric Faden’s phone for 2 months as “evidence,” even after charges were dropped
The city of Los Angeles will pay $4.2 million to a mother and daughter who were caught in a hail of bullets in February when police mistook their truck for one driven by renegade ex-policeman Christopher Dorner and opened fire, officials said on Tues
A West Virginia teen arrested and accused of nearly inciting a riot after a confrontation with a teacher over his National Rifle Association t-shirt has inspired dozens of students across his county to wear similar apparel in solidarity.
The recall against Sheriff Joe Arpaio is experiencing the slow, painful death it deserves.
Grisham and his son were on a 10-mile hike in a rural area populated by wild boars and cougars. He was carrying an AR-15 rifle and a .45 caliber pistol. He was charged with resisting arrest - even though video his son filmed of the incident
During the occupation of Boston it was widely reported that the bombing suspects had robbed a 7/11. That turned out to be false. The robbery was perpetrated by others. That's right; with a massive police state presence, criminals were undeterred.
As officers were handcuffing him, Wiggum explains, his younger brother decided to charge them with the stolen SUV. The [cops] leapt away leaving the older brother not only to be run over but dragged down the street as the younger suspect
As a coordinated police state envelopes Boston and its suburbs, the Associated Press reports that police are threatening reporters.
Published on Apr 16, 2013 - Myself and other seek comment from FBI agent Phillip Christiana about his attempts to get Rich Paul to wear a wire on his friends.
A police officer who was waiting in the drive-thru line at a McDonald's restaurant in Forsyth County is accused of pulling a gun on the customer ahead of him because the officer was angry at having to wait for his food.
The Mesa Police Department is halfway through a yearlong high-tech experiment, equipping officers with cameras. The cameras attach to glasses and record everything the officer sees, and hears. While some volunteered for the trial, others
After more than a decade of profiling citizens with cameras as potential terrorists, law enforcement officials are now hoping these same citizens with cameras will help them nab the culprits behind the Boston Marathon terrorist explosions.