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Photography Is Not a Crime

Ignoring the U.S. Department of Justice’s guidelines written explicitly for them, Baltimore police officers arrested a newspaper photojournalist for attempting to document a raid on a party, claiming he single-handely caused other party goers to thro

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Photography Is Not a Crime

“I can go and get warrants for every person who called her,” he said during a telephone conversation earlier this evening. “It’s an annoyance. It’s an act of intimidation.” I pointed out that the real intimidation is being conducted by Boston police,

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Someone with login credentials for the Columbia Police Department replied saying, “(W)e have arrested all of the violent offenders in Five points. Thank you for sharing your views and giving us reasonable suspicion to believe you might be a criminal

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Jonathan Turley

There is a troubling case out of Dallas where David Blair said that he opened the door to his apartment only to be met with a hail of gunfire from police. The Dallas Police Department reportedly told him that he caused the response by shining a flash

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by Radley Balko (Huffington Post)

Officer Philip Nace . . . is perhaps the first Philly lawman to get benched for what a police spokesman described simply as "idiotic behavior." . . ."Nace is nasty," said Louis Goode, 55, "It's like he wakes up on the wrong side of the bed every morn

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