In yet another incident proving students are stripped of their Constitutional rights after stepping on school grounds, Idaho school officials confiscated phones from students who were video recording a pair of cops aggressively arresting a student.
A woman was walking down the street when a motorcycle cop approached her, asked her if she lived in the area and if she would talk to him. She says his approach made her feel uncomfortable, so she refused and continued on her way.
Driving with good posture, with hands at the classic ten and two position on the wheel, is sufficient reason to pull over a driver with a bad complexion, according to the Tenth Circuit US Court of Appeals. A unanimous three-judge panel approved
Onslow County Sheriff, Ed Brown “Those in the law enforcement profession have complete power of you, your life, your family, your loved ones, your rights, your freedom, your future and everything precious to life.” He doesn't mean it in a nice way.
The decision from federal and local prosecutors not to criminally charge a group of Philadelphia cops accused by store owners of slicing wires to their surveillance cameras before robbing them – including a cop accused by several women for
Disturbing sign of militarization of domestic law enforcement
Cops conducted an illegal search of a house. So far, nothing new here. Cops found nothing. Still, nothing new. Cops decide to plant meth in the house. Interesting, but impossible to prove. Cops caught on their own dashcam talking about it.
A Miami-Dade Police Department internal affairs detective appeared in federal court in Newark, New Jersey, on Wednesday to face charges of aiding a drug smuggling gang, conspiring to distribute cocaine and trying to arrange a murder for hire.
A Texas man said he was forced to kill his dog with his bare hands after an officer who he called to investigate a burglary shot the animal because it was barking. “I shot your dog, sorry,” Middleton recalled Dooley saying. Candy had been shot
Ruth Hunter, a 75-year-old woman, said she was tied up while State Police invaded her apartment. Officers told her what they were looking for. She said she had nothing to do with the investigation. A magistrate to issue a warrant for
Two former Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies have been charged with conspiracy, perjury and altering evidence in connection with planting guns inside a medical marijuana dispensary to justify two arrests in 2011, prosecutors said.
A jury found that 43-year-old Kelly Cruz did not use excessive force nor deprive 22-year-old Zachary Bare of his civil rights when he kicked the handcuffed man in the head, leading to two facial fractures, damaged teeth, and a broken nose.
Knowing he was surrounded by cameras, a Texas cop didn’t let that stop him from tripping and shoving high school students as they were rushing onto a soccer field after their school won a state championship Saturday night.
Nevada's Supreme Court decided motorists can be stopped and searched if a tiny rock scratches a vehicle's windshield. The court took up a case where a police officer stopped a motorist but was wrong about the statute governing windshields.
The federal response will definitely come. It will likely be in three areas; two of which don’t involve the Bundys specifically.
A continuing issue with the police is that they take care of their own, meaning that the rules they apply to the rest of us, often with far more force than can possibly be justified, don’t apply to them.
A former police officer died while trying to set ablaze a food cart belonging to a blogger who exposed crooked cops and other corrupt city officials. ArkansasMatters.com reported former Little Rock Police Officer Todd Payne died when blogger
When an esteemed police detective discovered that an innocent woman had spent years in prison for a murder she didn’t commit, he notified his supervisors and tried to make the tragic error known. Instead of seeing that the new evidence came to light
A website has posted an extraordinary video showing not only the abusive treatment of a citizen by border and local police, but highly compelling evidence of a false police report by a driver to cover up his own illegal turn that caused an accident i
A California deputy shot himself while trying to kill a dog he said was threatening his life, but video captured by a local television station later showed the animal much smaller than reported and peacefully playing with children.
According to the New Mexico Watchdog Web site, this is a new recruiting video being used by the police department in Hobbs, New Mexico. Note the aspects of policing the video emphasizes: Shooting stuff. K-9 enforcement. Nabbing the bad guys. The SWAT
But in a “Perry Mason” moment rarely seen inside an actual courtroom, the inquiry took a surprising turn when the suspect’s lawyer played a police video that contradicted the sworn testimony of the five officers a furious judge found.
Watch this video, taken from a police raid in Des Moines, Iowa. Send it to some people. When critics (like me) warn about the dangers of police militarization, this is what we’re talking about. You’ll see the raid team, dressed in battle-dress unifor
The family of Charles Eimers, who died after Key West police pulled him over in a traffic stop, has sued the city and 12 police officers for what it claims is a wrongful death due to excessive force. "defendants asphyxiated Charles Eimers by forcing
Published on Apr 13, 2014 - "There are more agents and equipment arriving at the Bundy Ranch It's NOT over. Let everyone know and get the word out."
Records suggest officials with the San Diego Police Department moved to cover up a former officer’s sexual misconduct out of fear of negative press coverage. “When the reporters … get it in the news, we have a problem” regarding reports that Officer
Protesters have been gathering over the past few days in support of the Bundy Ranch. The video shows an incident where agents throw a woman to the ground and at least one man Clive Bundy’s son, is shot with a tazer several times after
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department admitted on Thursday that deputies mistakenly shot and killed a 30-year-old man after mistaking him for the suspect in a hostage situation earlier this week, the Los Angeles Times reported.
A man with down syndrome was killed while in police custody, his death ruled a homicide, and no charges were brought against the officers involved.
2 University of Utah students say police officers had no business handcuffing them in their apartment. They said they were treated like criminals in their own home. Police entered the residence a week ago because the front door was open.