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Editor’s Note: The following is a selection from a speech by Mises Institute President Jeff Deist at the Southwest Regional Mises Circle in Houston, “The Police State: Know It When You See It,” on January 18, 2014.

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It was a Charleston police sting unlike any other: An undercover cop dressed casually like a tourist taking a ride on a rickshaw. The goal was to see if any of the drivers were giving illegal speaking tours of the city's numerous sight-seeing spots.

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Lew Rockwell blog

An old-time retired cop explains the difference between then and now, between a knock on the door and a battering ram, between a police car and an armored vehicle, between one or two officers and a SWAT team, between seeing a cop and

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Simple Justice

As much as we may believe the acquittal is an outrage, and our sense of justice is fundamentally offended by this outcome, it’s time to step back from the emotional reaction and consider the doctrinal consequences of this call for reprosecution.

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Simple Justice

Some think it’s a joke, or at least a half-joke, that the First Rule of Policing is make it home for dinner. Police in Dallas aren’t finding it funny at all. It’s the First Rule, the prime motivation. And because of the shooting of 19-year-old Kelv

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by Radley Balko (Washington Post)

In the middle of the night in March of 2012, NYPD officers burst into the Bronx home of Gerald Bryan, ransacking his belongings, tearing out light fixtures, punching through walls, and confiscating $4,800 in cash.

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Simple Justice

The New York Court of Appeals heard oral argument in the cases of Adrian Thomas and Paul Aveni, addressing the issue of police lying and manipulating an interrogation to obtain a confession.

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