Previously, I published a fictional narrative of a very personal nature that painted a grim picture of the possible outcomes police aggression and over-reach in America will look like.
A cop accidentally shot a four-year-old girl while responding to an incident inside her home.
Israel accused of blocking investigations as films suggest security forces quick on trigger with Palestinian suspects
While some homeowners are turning to shotguns to deal with unwanted drones, federal agencies and law enforcement lack the necessary technology to deal with this increasing menace.
Los Angeles Man Shot in Face by LAPD After Asking for Help Makes First Public Appearance
But many critical of police brutality are saying this is all a meaningless show to make it look like the federal government is doing something to stop the onslaught from unchecked, brutal police officers across the nation.
Andrea Heath, a former police officer in Desert Hot Springs, California, died three years ago at forty-four years of age. Her untimely death was indisputably the result of trauma she suffered in the line of duty.
The parents of an unarmed teen killed by police filed a federal lawsuit on Monday against the Seneca Police Department seeking to force the release of the dash cam videos that recorded the fatal shooting.
An innocent disabled couple has filed a lawsuit against the Delaware state police for unconscionable horrors inflicted upon them during a fruitless early morning raid.
Shocking Video Shows Police Officers Unload on a Man in a Wheelchair *Graphic Violence*
Footage released this week of a traffic stop in Indiana shows police throwing a man to the ground, pointing a gun at a woman in labor, and scheming to delete the video evidence of their dangerously botched traffic stop.
Distracted and Diverted from the Ever-Encroaching Police State
Caught up in the spectacle of the forthcoming 2016 presidential elections, Americans (never very good when it comes to long-term memory) have not only largely forgotten last year's hullabaloo over militarized police, police shootings of unarmed cit
"And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family?
The chase ended not through the use of more familiar tactics (such as spike strips or PIT maneuvers) but with an armed police helicopter riddling the car with machine-gun bullets.
Update, 4:50 p.m.: Here's a statement Blake released today.
Aiming for a leg or shooting a weapon from a criminal's hands may be an option for cops in the movies, but real police officers are trained to shoot for the center of mass, not necessarily to kill, but to stop – although the end result can often be
In the last few years, smartphones have become cheaper and more plentiful.
While they will be limited to "less than lethal" weapons, tear gas, tasers, rubber bullets and pepper spray could all be used in theory by the remote controlled flying machines.
"Mission accomplished" because they "infiltrated" Barstow and conducted surveillance on American streets in these fake trucks, and reportedly, nobody suspected a thing.
Americans got a glimpse of what policing is like in a more humane and civilized society last year when four young Swedish cops, on vacation in New York City and riding on a subway, found themselves faced with a bloody fight in the aisle by two angry
A former Arizona police officer, who killed six people during his 12-year career before it ended after the latest shooting, is now selling firearm training simulators that jolt people who hesitate to shoot.
We're still feeling the ripple effect from the Ashley Madison hack this week.
Thomas Demint's voice is heard only briefly on the eight-minute video he took of police officers arresting two of his friends, and body-slamming their mother. "I'm videotaping this, sir," he tells an officer. "I'm just videotaping this."
A woman arrested in Fort Lauderdale caused quite the scene in bond court on Thursday as she had to get something off her chest.
Joe David, a former California Highway Patrol officer, has made a considerable fortune by teaching police officers who to steal under the color of "law" through his "Desert Snow" consulting firm.
A California defense attorney and three state highway patrol officers were arrested on Friday in connection with the 2012 killing of a man thought to be stealing scrap metal and other items from private property, police said.
The Missouri chapter of the Oath Keepers are planning to hold an open carry march through downtown Ferguson, Mo., with fifty armed local African-American protesters with AR-15 rifles.
Mother Jones reveals hundreds of documents detailing local PDs requests for "combat style weapons, trucks, and armor" from the Pentagon.
Since the start of the controversial massive realistic training exercise known as Jade Helm, news on what is actually happening within the exercise has become almost non-existent.