A mother in Huntsville, Alabama, filed a wrongful death lawsuit against police alleging that they were responsible for killing her son during a drug sting.
Collado was one of more than 20 bodega and corner-store owners who said narcotics officers destroyed their video cameras and then pocketed cash, helped themselves to food and drinks, and walked out with armfuls of merchandise.
A Texas hospital is settling a lawsuit with a woman who was subjected to invasive cavity searches by medical staff at the behest of US Customs and Border Protection. Records show the border protection agency is not part of the settlement.
This was a promotion for Wall’s Ice Cream. Using their law-appointed power, the cops pulled over a few unsuspecting citizens and then fired a few questions at them. After the innocents appeared to be nice and terrified, the officers retreated to thei
“When they put the handcuffs on I thought, 'Wait a minute, this has got to be a joke,’” recalled Latoya Harris, describing the arrest of her 9-year-old daughter. “The look on my daughter's face went from humiliation and fear, to a look of sheer panic
Karen Fennell is suing the NYPD because cops keep bursting into her family's Bed-Stuy apartment in search of her husband, James E. Jordan, who died from diabetes in 2006. "They tell me to be quiet or they’ll lock me up," she told the New York Post.
When questioned by reporters about why officers allowed protesters to trek back and forth from Capitol Hill to downtown for hours, Bailey and Assistant Chief Paul McDonagh said that allowing protesters to exercise their First Amendment rights,
Recently revealed evidence indicates the federally funded program included an illegal system of secret payments law enforcement made to witnesses who delivered successful drug prosecutions — another sign the city’s policing has flown off the rails.
If Patrice's worst fears are consummated, LA County Sheriff’s Deputy Julio Jove should be prosecuted as an accomplice. Jove helped Mark track down the victim -- who had been relocated for her safety -- and held her in jail while the estranged husband
And Wednesday, Thomas is back in court again over another arrest from last October where he was accused of recording inside a courtroom, which he never did, so they charged him with disorderly conduct, accusing him of using profanity, which
The MAN and his taser. The boy and his wheels.
The martial law droolers held the “largest security drill in Boston’s history,” involving a simulated active school shooter drill at a school in Brookline, a hostage-taking simulation and rescue at Boston City Hall, and some other scenarios.
The viral video showing Buffalo police beating a handcuffed man after a traffic infraction would not have survived had it not been for the quick thinking of the man who recorded it, which explains why the video inexplicably ends after 80 seconds,
After Powell was finally handcuffed and questioned, the officers realized he was “mentally challenged, was not capable of understanding our commands, and that the bulge in his waistband was a colostomy bag,” the report said.
Within hours of this story being posted, leading to numerous phone calls to the police department at the James H Quillen VA Medical Center, MacRae was arrested at his home on a probation violation.
One of Chief Flynn’s “troops” shot and killed a man yesterday after beating the victim with a baton for refusing a pat-down. The victim, who appears to have been homeless, was already on the ground when the emissary of the Milwaukee PD arrived.
A series of lawsuits filed in recent months in federal courts along the U.S. border with Mexico highlight what advocates say is a growing list of complaints against two U.S. agencies that have expanded rapidly amid the clamor to secure the nation’s
Media denial is part of disinformation campaign The U.S. Department of Justice is currently attacking the Second Amendment by fiat while constantly denying its abuses despite clear evidence to the contrary.
A Denver medical marijuana business owner wanted in connection to money-laundering charges surrendered to authorities Wednesday, shortly after masked federal agents raided four locations that are part of the long-running investigation.
Rep. Chris Stewart of Utah, concerned about the armed agents that surrounded Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy’s property, is mulling a measure to cut funding for any “paramilitary units” that work for the Bureau of Land Management, the Internal Revenue Se
A town is livid after a deputy fatally shot a 19-year-old woman. Deputy Tyler Brockman, 27, had received reports that people were having fun at a party in a field near the Ohio River, so naturally he had to go there and kill someone.
There is a new case out of Miami of a citizen, freelance disc jockey Lazaro Estrada, who was arrested for obstruction of justice despite the fact that witnesses say that he was merely taping an arrest at a store.
Buffalo police say they are “investigating” an incident caught on video showing officers beating a handcuffed man as he pleads for mercy and apologizes for committing the traffic infraction that led to the beating.
For police officers in Salt Lake City and in Davis County, this question could soon appear on the standard paperwork they have to complete: "Has any judge or prosecutor made any allegations or findings that reflect on your truthfulness or bias? Yes o
Bystanders pulled them apart. But as Rees rose to his knees, he found himself staring down the barrel of a Glock pistol. His assailant had drawn a gun and aimed it at him. According to the accounts of multiple witnesses, he threatened to kill Rees be
Long Beach police first claimed they shot and killed a man because he had “assaulted” an officer, which was promptly reported by the local media in Southern California. Then as witnesses started coming forward, insisting they had shot him in the b
The Automated License Plate Reader. It’s got its benefits, like the ability to capture massive quantities of data about plates and their locations. But our reliance on tech, on science, has its downside as well, which usually manifests in blind reli
The conflict between the BLM and Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy has laid bare evidence of deeply entrenched institutional racism. No, I’m not referring Mr. Bundy’s awkward but earnest effort to encourage people of all ethnic backgrounds to seek an e
Speaking on the House of Representatives floor on September 17, 1997, then-Rep. Ron Paul warned of the “massive buildup of a virtual army of armed regulators.”
Frank Phillips, 47, was found 'unsuitable for continued employment' by Knox County Sheriff J.J. Jones Deputies were called to a University of Tennessee student party that spilled out onto a residential street