At around 1:30am my family and I were awaken by the sound of loud and aggressive banging at our front door. The Aggressive nature of the banging frightened us so I walked into the guest room that looks over the front of our house and was shocked when
Police Are Now Entering And Inspecting Homes To Prevent Crimes. Landlords in Texas are allegedly allowing police inside homes for “inspections.”
A Warrington, Florida couple was asleep in their bed when a group of Escambia County sheriff's deputies climbed into their home without a warrant,....
A photo of a police officer in Camden, New Jersey, apparently asleep in his cruiser has prompted an investigation in the U.S. city with the nation's highest violent crime rate in 2012.
London police apologized to the family of a British newspaper vendor who died after an officer hit him with a baton during demonstrations against a Group of 20 meeting in 2009. The force said it had reached an out-of-court settlement with the family.
The Attorney For Freedom Show with host Attorney Marc J. Victor and co-host Mike Wasdin. Today on The Attorney For Freedom Show special guest Sheriff Richard Mack.
When John Wrana was a young man, fit and strong and fighting in World War II with the U.S. Army Air Corps, did he ever think he'd end this way? Just a few weeks shy of his 96th birthday, in need of a walker to move about, cops coming through the
Miami Beach, Florida, police are investigating the death of an 18-year-old graffiti artist who died after being shot with a Taser during a pre-dawn chase with officers who said they caught him spray-painting a building.
Despite the steady hue and cry by government agencies about the need for more police, more sophisticated weaponry, and the difficulties of preserving the peace and maintaining security in our modern age, the reality is far different.
A California officer has been accused of shooting and killing Hans Kevin Arellano, 22, after a confrontation where the unarmed man called the officer a “bitch.” The shooting was captured on a cell phone video and the witness says the shooting
Latvian journalist Ilze Nagla is a frequent critic of speed cameras. A few days after she exposed irregularities with photo radar devices used in her country, her home was raided by state police.
The New York City Police Department has agreed to purge a database of names and addresses of people stopped by police under the NYPD's controversial stop-and-frisk program but later cleared of criminal wrongdoing.
Monday marked the first time in California that officials notified the public of a statewide Amber Alert through their cellphones, a California Highway Patrol official said.
Two gangs gathered near a home in California. The man who lived there avoided one, and was severely beaten by the other.
The following information comes from Reuters ... The NSA is spying on you and sharing this information with the DEA The DEA is then sharing this information with local law enforcement
In yet another case in two weeks of shooting first and asking questions later, Escambia County Sheriff's Office deputies broke into a couple's home and shot their two dogs, killing one.
In mid-June, Bold Nebraska — a grassroots environmental organization opposed to construction of the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline — obtained documents that detail how local and federal law enforcement agencies, as well as the company responsible ...
With a .45 caliber legally strapped to his side, Jordan McManus decided to photograph the federal courthouse in Phoenix, realizing he would probably draw attention from police, especially after reading about Raymond Michael’s experience
Last week, in a piece I wrote for The Huffington Post on the hypocrisy in the Bradley Manning trial, I argued that “The law is for the powerful to defy with impunity, and for the weak to be punished with.”
A glib article published in the Boston Globe on July 27 suggested that those who question the opaque law enforcement narrative about the Boston Marathon bombing have a screw loose.
"FBI allowed informants to commit 5,600 crimes" (actually, 5658 crimes in a single year) and a lede that ends, "…newly disclosed documents … show just how often the nation's top law enforcement agency enlists criminals to help it battle crime."
Orange County Sheriff’s Deputy Juan Tavera is facing a bizarre charge this week for allegedly spraying a teenager’s pizza with pepper spray without his knowledge in a routine traffic stop.
Thousands of evidence kits collected from rape victims that have sat untested for years in Texas can now be analyzed, thanks to an $11 million budget appropriation earmarked for the Texas Department of Public Safety.
The judge overseeing the trial examining the constitutionality of the New York Police Department’s stop-and-frisk practices had a novel idea for how to reduce illegal police stops.
Eight Miami Beach police officers cluster near the driver’s side. Then they unleash a barrage of more than 100 bullets, a volley so startling that the hands of the person recording the scene from his cellphone shake.
Roy Middleton was shot in his driveway on Saturday, July 27th by two ECSO officers while retrieving a cigarette. I am holding a rally to raise money for his family to pay for bills and to demand accountability from the shooters.
Ronald Weekley, Jr. , a 20-year-old college student from Venice, California, was riding his skateboard on the “wrong side” of the street in front of his house when he was assaulted by four armed gangsters and severely beaten. The assailants
“She exited her patrol car, gun drawn, and asked the man to get on the ground. The man didn’t get on the ground. The man then exited the restaurant, and as he was exiting the restaurant, he said, ‘What are you gonna do, bitch?’ She shot him.
The battle against truckers and motorists who jam GPS signals has moved up a gear.
Police in Concord, NH have applied for a grant to acquire a $258,000 armored vehicle from the DHS to combat domestic terrorism citing "active threats" from domestic "terror" groups like Free State Project and Occupy New Hampshire