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by William N. Grigg (Pro Liberate)

When Mark Byrge had a minor traffic accident on a street in American Fork, Utah, he did the “responsible” thing by reporting the incident to the police. He has never stopped paying for that mistake. Within a few minutes of receiving Mark's call,

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Jonathan Turley

An extraordinary bill that would allow citizens to be criminally charged if they bring abuse or misconduct charges against police officers are that later dismissed by the police department. They would be subject to a felony charge for perjury

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Rawstory

ACLU officials said cell phone video of the incident recorded by witnesses showed the officers fired the fusillade within a matter of seconds and continued shooting even after Hall fell to the ground. “As a civilian, Mr. Hall had every right to expec

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by William N. Grigg (Pro Liberate)

The officers let themselves into Mark’s home in Tampa without knocking. Displaying the type of restraint that has all but disappeared in this age of gratuitous SWAT raids, the officers were so stealthy that they didn’t wake up Doberman puppy,

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by William N. Grigg (Lew Rockwell blog)

As a patrol officer in Minneapolis, Michael Griffin is paid at least $60,000 a year, but he is much more expensive to the city’s tax victims than his salary would suggest. 2 lawsuits filed against Griffin for crimes committed off-duty cost more than

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by William N. Grigg (Lew Rockwell blog)

All governments, as St. Augustine observed, begin as criminal bands that achieve dominance over a territory. Even after such syndicates claim the title of “government,” their behavior remains indistinguishable from that of common thieves;

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Photography Is Not a Crime

A Fall River man says he was recording a police officer who was out of control, when he was arrested and his cell phone seized. Now the video he recorded is gone. Police say he erased it, even though they were the ones holding the phone.

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