Federal agents have closed their investigation, and no federal civil rights charges will be filed in the case of a Milwaukee man who died while gasping for air in the back of a police car.
Todashev called for an investigation and possible legal action against the agent involved in killing his unarmed son where he showed the images of his son's body in a morgue with 7 gunshot wounds, including one to the back of the head.
He was 22 when he was killed on a South Beach street. An avalanche of 116 shots were fired by police, leaving Herisse slumped over his steering wheel. In all, he was shot 16 times. 2 years later, police haven't produced evidence Herisse did anything
Jason Ellis of Bardstown, Kentucky was fatally shot in the early morning hours of May 25 in what appeared to be an ambush. Ellis was a former professional baseball player who became a K-9 officer with the local police department.
Sheriffs and peace officers from across the country will be meeting with likeminded supporters for a national convention focused on one goal: restoring constitutional rule in the United States of America.
Sheriff Womack, who is facing multiple lawsuits and criminal charges involving illegal strip-searches of young women conducted during traffic stops over a period of about two years.
A man taken into custody by the Sacramento Police Dept has died, according to the police dept. Video obtained of the arrest shows a suspect being restrained by a male officer’s legs, while a female officer strikes him 10 times with a baton.
A man taken into custody by the Sacramento Police Department has died, according to the police department.
One of the advantages of video recording your compelled encounters with Border Patrol agents at internal suspicionless checkpoints no where near the border they're supposed to be patrolling is the history the videos reveal & the searchable database t
The Kern County Coroner – who reports to the Sheriff - determined deputies did not cause the death of a 33-year-old man whom numerous witnesses said was beaten viciously with batons and kicked to the head before he was hogtied and slammed
Finding a parking spot in many major cities can be a pain in the butt, as you not only navigate the streets but have to be mindful of “No Parking,” “No Standing,” and any other number of signs that regulate where, and for how long, you can.......
New tactic attempts to limit YouTube clips of police brutality
Maria Melendez had given the dispatcher her phone number, which the deputies used to call her at 2 a.m., asking if she had uploaded the video to the internet yet. When she said no, they told her, “that’s good,” and “don’t you dare do it,”
Some critics have pointed to New York State’s new gun control law as chilling in its scope and intent.
To see how the private sector outperforms public policing in the real world, just take a look at Detroit.
A California cop who was being video recorded by a smartphone said she was in fear for her life because the phone could have possibly been a gun, marking at least the 4th time this year a cop uttered those nonsensical words.
Officials at the Eastern Oregon rodeo where an activist was arrested were very clear about their policy forbidding videography. The restrictions applied to everybody except the “good folks who want to film their relatives or friends.”
Daniele Perazzi was arrested on Saturday after a cab driver turned him into police as a terrorist.
Seven teenage students in North Carolina were arrested on Thursday and charged with a misdemeanor for throwing water balloons during a school prank. A parent was also arrested during the incident.
A short time later, the intruder and a 21-year-old college junior, Andrea Rebello, were both dead. The 2 were killed by a police officer who fired EIGHT shots at the masked man, hitting him 7 times but also accidentally hitting Rebello once in the he
Colorado sheriffs upset with gun restrictions adopted in the aftermath of last year's mass shootings filed a federal lawsuit Friday, challenging the regulations as unconstitutional. The lawsuit involves sheriffs from 54 of Colorado's 64 counties,
Over the past few months, accusations of bad police work in the narcotics squad of the West Valley City Police Department have engulfed the town and sent shock waves through Utah’s justice system. Prosecutors have tossed out 125 criminal cases.
One of the videos eyewitnesses shot with a cell-phone while cops beat David Sal Silva to death in Kern County, California, has “disappeared” now that the phones are in the sheriff’s department’s custody.
Michael Allison faces 75 years in prison for five counts of recording law enforcement officials without their consent in Robinson, Illinois. Illinois is one of the states applying old eavesdropping and wiretapping statutes to new technologies like
Law enforcement officers indicated they would be entering the home because of “domestic violence.” Baffled that the residents of the home refused to exit, one officer asked why they wouldn’t respond to their order.
She was quickly confronted by an aggressive cop named Nathan Church, who grabbed her phone, threw it on the ground and smashed it with his foot. “You want to film something, bitch? Film this,” he yelled. He then proceeded to beat her.
A week after Phoenix police turned Raymond Rodden’s life upside down because he photographed a federal building, they returned his iPhone, iPad and Macintosh computer, which they had been holding as “evidence” – even though
Activist Adam Kokesh has asked 1,000 people to march across the Potomac on July 4 carrying loaded rifles. He calls it a protest against “tyranny.” Suppose the D.C. police, as they have promised, block the marchers from crossing into Washington?
A mob of 9 men beat David Sal Silva, 33, to death in Bakersfield, CA. They hogtied him, bashed his head with batons, picked him up and then dropped him at twice as he screamed and pleaded for his life. They committed this crime openly
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.