Twelve individuals today decided that Ademo Freeman was guilty of three counts of felony wiretapping for recording his conversations with public officials per his attempt to bring accountability to a situation where it was noticeably absent
Pete Eyre gives an update on Ademo Freeman's case (Donate to Ademo and/or CopBlock.Org) - Brock Lorber on economy and housing market - Alan Korwin provides insight on the agenda behind the Batman Dark Knight massacre in Aurora, Colorado
New Zealand authorities arrested Dotcom, a 38-year-old German national, when they raided his rented country estate near Auckland at the FBI’s request in late January, confiscating computers and hard drives, art work and cars. The raid and evidence
A military judge refused to delay the trial of an Army psychiatrist charged in the deadly Ft. Hood shooting, fining him for refusing to shave and allowing a controversial terrorism expert to testify at the court martial-expected to start Monday.
The federal government has a problem: It seems that one of the favorite pastimes of federal employees, and especially the bureaucrats and officers in the Pentagon, is viewing child porn.
Now that a Vatican judge has ordered the Pope's butler to stand trial for theft, Business Insider decided to take a look at criminal justice in the Vatican.
A Colorado judge ordered the bulk of key documents detailing the case against accused movie theater gunman James Holmes remain sealed, largely rejecting a request by news organizations to reverse a previous order.
“There is nothing novel about the principle and practice of jury nullification, which dictates that citizen juries have the right and authority to rule both on the facts of a case, and the validity of a given law. This is widely recognized in judicia
An Israeli soldier implicated in the killing of two Gaza women carrying a white flag faces a 45-day jail term under a plea bargain approved by a military court on Sunday, local media said.
This is a real story. Walt Wawra, a police officer from Kalamazoo, Michigan who had left his gun at home because he was told he wouldn't need it, was visiting Calgary's bucolic Nose Hill Park with his wife when he was approached by two young men in "
An order to submit WikiLeaks suspect Bradley Manning to harsh and allegedly illegal treatment in prison apparently came from the upper echelons of the Marine Corps.
The U.S. Department of Justice has accused officials in Lauderdale County, Mississippi of running ‘a school-to-prison’ pipeline that jails juveniles for even minor school disciplinary problems.
The notorious private military contracting firm formerly known as Blackwater has agreed to pay a fine of $7.5 million that allows it to avoid prosecution for 17 charges including arms smuggling
One of the reasons that more than 94% of criminal charges in both state and federal cases end in plea bargains is that prosecutors can hang the prospect of stiff sentences over the heads of anyone who decided to go to trial and is found guilty
One of these grotesque laws enacted by referendum was Proposition 100, an amendment to the state constitution denying bail to those presumed to be in the country illegally, who have committed a "serious felony offense,"
New York police on Wednesday launched what officials say is a revolutionary camera surveillance system that will simultaneously scan the streets and call up data on suspects.
The journalist behind a popular activism site is facing 21 years in prison for publishing conversations with law enforcement officials that he says were on-the-record while investigating a police brutality case in the state of New Hampshire.
A 37-year-old Ohio man was arrested last weekend after bringing a gun into a late night screening of “The Dark Knight Rises,” police said.
The US charged Pfizer and its subsidiary Wyeth on Tuesday with paying millions of dollars in bribes to build their business in Eastern Europe and China, and set hefty fines on the two to settle the charges.
The bad news for Rafael Lopez was that the 27-year-old Iraq war veteran had been robbed and severely beaten by a gang of at least 10 men on the street outside the Aqua nightclub in Minneapolis.
A medically diagnosed “mentally retarded” prisoner will be executed by lethal injection in Texas on Tuesday, even though it violates the US Constitution.
The New York Times has complained to the city’s police department after one of its photographers said he was assaulted by officers who arrested him on Saturday.
For the second time in about a month, a mosque in Joplin, Missouri caught fire on Monday, but this time it was burned to the ground.
Two Democratic congressmen are proposing sweeping changes to a U.S. privacy law that for the first time would require the government to obtain a probable-cause warrant to access data stored in the cloud.
A death row prisoner who has been medically diagnosed as “mentally retarded” and therefore exempt from execution is set to die on Tuesday in Texas
A Public Information Officer (PIO) speaking on behalf of the Oak Creek, Wisconsin police said preliminary reports in the Sikh Temple shooting the count stands at seven, including one gunman. In a brief press conference, a spokesperson for the Oak
A possible plea deal in the deadly shootings that wounded then-U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords would send Jared Lee Loughner to prison for the rest of his life, a person familiar with the case said. A court-appointed psychiatrist
Convicted murderer Gary Haugen has rejected clemency of Oregon governor John Kitzhaber, and says he wants to die.
The US Army psychiatrist accused of a massacre on a Texas military base was again fined $1,000 for refusing to shave before a military hearing.
New York’s controversial stop-and-frisk policy of fighting crime, which many critics say involves racial profiling of black and Hispanic citizens, has been reduced markedly in recent months, it has been claimed.