Not that long ago, police departments joined together to call upon the United States Supreme Court (with the support of the Obama Administration) to allow citizens to be tracked with GPS devices placed on their vehicles without a warrant
Some drivers along a busy Fort Worth street on Friday were stopped at a police roadblock and directed into a parking lot, where they were asked by federal contractors for samples of their breath, saliva and even blood.
Police do not exist to protect persons and property. Their primary mission is revenue collection at gunpoint on behalf of the political class. In Occupied America, refusal to submit to such extortion is an offense worthy of summary execution
Boise Police Chief Masterson defended the acquisition of a Mine-Resistant Ambush-Protected combat vehicle. Among the reasons why it is necessary is because “guns made exclusively for the military are available in society for general use.”
Following last weeks revelation of Seattle’s expansive $2.6 million Homeland Security funded mesh network surveillance grid, new documents now reveal greater detail into the government’s ability to track and database virtually any person.
Des Moines WA - Cops Shoot and Taze Dog for their own Thrill and Laugh About It. Dash Cam Video
At least one cop declared the TSA agent dead after checking him just minutes after the shots put him down, yet he didn't expire for nearly half an hour.
Should cops be required to wear video cameras at all times?
High-speed pursuits cause nearly 400 deaths a year and cost the government more than a billion dollars a year in damages, lawsuits, and medical bills.
An investigation in Fredericksburg, Virginia after the posting of a YouTube clip show police tasering, Lantz Day, 36, for what appears to be 42 consecutive seconds. On the video below, you can hear what sounds like the taser and Day screaming
In his zeal to protect his federal license to plunder Sheriff Raney employed illegal means to stifle a bill that would protect Idaho residents against a prospective federal gun grab and engaged in criminal retaliation against the bill's sponsor,
The Seattle Police Department announced Tuesday evening that it will begin temporarily deactivating the city’s massive wireless mesh network following a major document release detailing the network’s expansive web of surveillance abilities.
A Memphis police officer has been arrested after he entered his ex-girlfriend's home with a handgun early Saturday, the Memphis Police Department said. About 1 a.m., police responded to a report about an armed man at a home at 870 Crossfield Cove,
A Knox County Sheriff's Office employee was suspended after he seized tickets from Georgia fans at Neyland Stadium and gave them to other people. A woman emailed the University of Tennessee Police Department about tickets
In a first, U.S. officials are going to destroy their massive stockpile of illegal ivory this week, hoping to send a zero-tolerance message to elephant poachers.
In 2010, the New York Court of Appeals held that as long as the police were justified in shooting the bad guy, they could shoot anybody else in the area as well.
The network is not yet turned on, according to Seattle Police, but once it is, it will be able to determine the IP address, device type, downloaded applications, current location, and historical location of any device that searches for a Wi-Fi signal
James Comstock refused to buy a pack of cigarettes for his 19-year-old son, Tyler, and now he’s planning his son’s funeral. “He took off with my truck. I call the police, and they kill him,” James Comstock said. “It was over a damn pack of cigarettes
Ever wonder how to avoid being arrested? Some would suggest not do anything wrong, but that’s an iffy proposition. The advice of former “FBI field agent, a SWAT sniper, an instructor at the FBI academy, and a Miami police officer who
A law school professor and former criminal defense attorney explains why you should never agree to be interviewed by the police:
No longer is it unusual to hear about incidents in which police shoot unarmed individuals first and ask questions later.
A San Jose police detective who investigated sex crimes has pleaded guilty to exchanging sexually explicit photos with a girl he believed to be 17 years old, the San Jose Mercury News reports.
An 18-year-old Australian says that he has had $1 million in Bitcoin stolen from the Bitcoin "bank" he was running, but he cannot go to the police because he worries that giving authorities.....
As second horror story emerges, doctors face being banned from practicing medicine
David Eckert was stopped by police in Deming, New Mexico without cause, subjected to an illegal search of his vehicle and person, and eventually forced to undergo what amounts to object rape in the form of multiple rectal probes, forced enemas, and a
Family pets, the mentally disabled, the elderly — seemingly anything that can move can terrify our brave police officers, so overwhelming them with abject, presumably pants-wetting fear that they draw their weapons and open fire willy-nilly on whatev
A second man is alleging Hidalgo County, N.M., police violated his rights and escalated a minor traffic stop into an anal-probing nightmare as they searched in vain for drugs. Timothy Young was stopped for allegedly turning without a signal,
'That, upon her refusal, Carter drew his City of Haskell-issued electroshock Taser weapon from his utility belt, pointed the weapon at plaintiff, and threatened to deploy the same against her if she would not expose her breasts to him.
Saffioti failed to make a court date on a misdemeanor charge for pot possession. In July of last year, he surrendered himself to Snohomish County, Washington authorities, who promptly jailed him.
Former Marion County Prosecutor Carl Brizzi dropped drunken driving charges against Bisard after learning the blood test showing a 0.19 percent blood alcohol level wasn't taken by an authorized technician at a hospital as required under state law.