The scanner will be used by "law enforcement, first responders, border control, event security, maritime police and general aviation security," in order to search for currency, drugs and explosives. Police will use the device to inspect
A Florida couple was traumatized after a dozen heavily armed SWAT agents crashed through their front door, flash-banged their cat, aimed rifles at them and searched their home without explanation.
Lawyers for the federal government and fans of rap-metal duo Insane Clown Posse clashed in court Monday over whether the FBI can be sued for the negative fallout of describing them as a loosely organized gang.
Reading, writing and target practice?
An official with New York's Oath Keepers organization denied the group held "far-right, anti-government views," and then called on law enforcement officers to disobey orders and join them in their fight against socialist tyranny.
Darrion Holiwell, a 19-year veteran of the sheriff's office, was a SWAT officer and the chief firearms instructor. Plus, he ran his own firearms training business. But that capped a laundry list of things Holiwell is accused of doing
Where is the outrage? Where are the judges throwing warrant applications back in the faces of cops and prosecutions, screaming about their integrity and due process and, well, lying to the court?
One of the officers claimed to have overheard him make a comment about a "nickel bag" — which would be a reference to the dreaded devil weed.
Drivers forced to wait hours, show ID before leaving checkpoint
A Baltimore, Maryland police officer was arrested and charged with aggravated animal cruelty after he slit the throat of a dog that had been called in as a possible stray.
The officer was demonstrating a scenario to a judge during a training exercise when he accidentally fired a single shot from his department-issued AR-15. the officer, whose name was not released, did not violate any laws or policies because he was ta
40% of all pot confiscated in Idaho is medicinal marijuana legally obtained in Oregon. A medical marijuana user who lives in Idaho, describes the anxious trip home from Oregon as being akin to "crossing the Berlin Wall.
The governor is up for re-election in 2014 and the state remains deeply divided. "If we had known that this was going to divide the state so intensely," Hickenlooper said. "I think we would have thought about it twice."
Lost dog contained by police before officer cut it, officials say
Good Morning, Mr. Latimer. I have been following the subject of police incompetence very closely for the last few years, with the parallel corruption and deterioration of our political establishments and our military officer corps.
"We are left with the belief that police in Homer have a license to kill."
Doug 'Deo' Odolecki stood on a street corner Friday night with sign warning drivers about an upcoming drunken-driving checkpoint, but two words on the sign cost him a citation and an upcoming trial. The sign, white poster-board with black letters,
Although government-aligned media outlets generally are faithful stenographers for the coercive caste, the same is not true of social media. Thus it's not surprising police are seeking to ban Facebook pages that document
"This kind of puts an official face on discrimination in America against people of a certain class," Jordan said. "I maintain you have no more control over your basic intelligence than your eye color or your gender or anything else."
A Pittsburgh cop claimed he broke through a crowd of 50 people to apprehend a woman who was attacking a man during a gay pride parade, only for her to start punching and kicking him in the groin and chest as
The harm was in response to what we refer to as "contempt of cop," the failure to do as told, whether completely or quickly enough. The reaction tended to focus on the propriety of the command. Sit down. Stand up. Stay in the car. Get out of the car
What the 45th Parallel staff didn't know was that "Hankins" had committed interstate wire fraud, suborned Dr. Mallari into falsifying medical records, and obtained a counterfeit Idaho driver's license. Nor did they know
Married couple Dan Keys Jr., 66, and Symone Palermo, 53 were recently investigated by a New York City government agency because Dan was under suspicion of running an illegal cab service. The agency had no good reason to assume that Dan was runnin
The Obama administration has been quietly advising local police not to disclose details about surveillance technology they are using to sweep up basic cellphone data from entire neighborhoods. Citing security reasons,
I'm representing the family of John Harding who was killed in a car crash by a Maricopa County Sheriff's Deputy (also the son of former Senator Russell Pierce) who was traveling twice the speed limit with no lights or sirens in an unmarked car.
At a DUI checkpoint in Gardenia, California, Saulmon recently engaged in law enforcement monitoring using his DJI Phantom 2. Commonly known as a drone, the DJI Phantom is an unmanned aerial vehicle, or UAV, that flies with little or no pilot input.
"I'd have a hard time coming up with a historical reference to any revolution that didn't involve people killing government agents," states Christopher Cantwell. "In fact, I'm pretty sure that's part and parcel of the deal."
"The police, led by supervising officers, stopped peaceful protesters on the sidewalk, surrounded them with a blue wall of police, told them to disperse, and then arrested them before they possibly could," an attorney said
Police chief goes over edge in free-speech fight
At first blush, the title of this post could be perceived as somewhat hyperbolic by those who still have an impression of America's police departments as bastions of safety, designed "to protect and to serve" the population of the "land of the free."