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Photography Is Not a Crime

St. Louis Metropolitan police were caught on video viciously beating a mentally ill man because he wouldn’t respond to orders of “put your fucking hands behind your back” – reminding us why it’s best to never call police when dealing with family iss

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Video of a River Ridge, Louisiana man being arrested for resisting arrest shows a deputy for the Jefferson Parish Sheriff taking Donrell Breaux into custody after, the deputy alleged, Breaux refused to provide the officer with proper identification

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A Jefferson Parish sheriff’s deputy forcing his way into the home of a man who is clearly clueless as to what crime he supposedly committed. But despite him repeatedly asking, the deputy refuses to say anything beyond “resisting arrest.”

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Jonathan Turley

After they woke him, they had a 3-hour standoff and Boyd is heard saying that he was “going to walk” with them. However, he then gathers his things an officer is heard yelling “Do it”. A flash-bang device exploded at his feet, causing Boyd to drop

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by William N. Grigg (Lew Rockwell blog)

David and Connie Johnson were asleep when they heard a noise Connie later described as the “walls caving in.” Seconds later their front door was forced open and two armored strangers burst into the two-room apartment the middle-aged couple share with

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Within 2 hours after they had beaten a man to death, Kern County sheriff deputies realized their actions had been video recorded, so they tracked down the witnesses to an apartment and barged in, terrorizing them for hours until they handed

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Photography Is Not a Crime

They killed so many citizens since introducing the cameras that the US Dept of Justice launched an investigation in late 2012, citing an unusually high number of incidents resulting in “excessive force, including use of unreasonable deadly force, in

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