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Free Keene

This week’s fulfilling installment entered into the AKPF #1 timeslot on CheshireTV is Aqua Kzheckpoint Patrol Fortification #1, offering a unique perspective into a suspicionless checkpoint established on Route 12 in Walpole in addition to following

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by Radley Balko (Huffington Post)

Go into a protest expecting confrontation, and that's what you're likely to get. As Couper indicates, the default response to protest today is overwhelming force. Consider this ostentatious police presence at one of the recent strikes by Walmart work

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National Constitution Center

“Fifty years ago, in the landmark case Brady v. Maryland, the Supreme Court laid down a fundamental principle about the duty of prosecutors — to seek justice in fair trials, not merely to win convictions by any means.

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Simple Justice

Blondin, disoriented and weak, began to hyperventilate. Sgt. Shelton asked Blondin if he “want[ed] it again” before turning to Ms. Blondin and warning, “You’re next.” Blondin, naturally, was charged with obstruction by Shelton, which was s

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Simple Justice

The Supreme Court “indicated that a police officer’s right to walk up to a front door of a person’s home is subject to an implied license based on existing social norms,” but that the approach with a drug-sniffing dog went a step too far.

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Attorney For Freedom Show

The topic is the George Zimmerman trial, but the drug war is certain to come up as well. Bill Montgomery may very well be the last person on the planet who still believes the drug war is making progress.

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by Radley Balko (Huffington Post)

The family says they had been routinely harassed for years by local law enforcement. This harassment seemed to begin when the light-skinned Colomb boys began dating white girls, including the daughter of a local deputy....

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Rawstory

A college student, Jonathan Harris, heard screaming and ran into the park. When he started to record the officers at the scene, he too was accosted. “Come here, you little motherf***er. You like recording?” the cop said. He tried to run away,

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Lew Rockwell blog

“With Congress set to debate taking military action in Syria, the Arab American Association of New York is telling its community to expect increased surveillance of Syrian-Americans and Muslims. … An AP report further outlined the NYPD’s

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Simple Justice

Police Officer Schoolcraft had recorded more than 1000 hours of roll calls, locker room discussion and lectures inside Bed-Stuy’s 81st Precinct, and it was no longer what people thought or remembered, but the actual damning words of his superiors.

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Simple Justice

Which means that in some lower trial court there was a judge — a fully-grown adult who I assume is mentally competent to do things like feeding himself without injury and using toilet facilities without soiling his clothes — who actually ruled

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Simple Justice

Is it better to call the police for help or is it a death sentence? The answer may be hard to determine in most places, not so in St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana. It’s pretty much a lock when the cops show up, somebody is going to end up dead.

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by William N. Grigg (Pro Liberate)

That “behavior” consisted of 16-year-old Romengeno calmly asserting his rights by refusing to speak to a police officer and denying him consent to come onto his property. The government-employed gangster replied by snarling that the

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