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How American Police Went From Mayberry to Madness -- And How To Stop It
In an about-face, City Hall lawyers acknowledged in federal court Friday that Chicago police observe a "code of silence," the first time city attorneys have conceded that officers cover up misconduct by fellow cops.
New York legislators are seeking to expand the state's involvement in the issue of cellphone use while driving, and this time with dire consequences for privacy rights.
Thirty-one years ago today, one of the most blatant acts of terrorism was carried out on American soil against American citizens by an American police department.
A triple amputee was left brutalized and humiliated after a police search on a train platform left him laying on the ground, struggling to re-attach his prosthetics.
On Thursday the town of Beltsville, Maryland was rocked by the tragic shooting of Eulalio Tordil's estranged wife, Gladys Tordil. Thursday afternoon, Tordil walked up to his wife at High Point High School as she picked up their children and shot he
After a review of options by a panel of activists, a petition has been launched on Whitehouse.gov seeking to create a mandatory minimum sentence to be imposed on officers who kill unarmed citizens.
even if they raid the wrong home. (NaturalNews) Not only do congressional Democrats want to take away your constitutional right to own a firearm, they also want to extinguish all methods of protecting yourself from being shot, even if it's the polic
On the story nearly a year for the Texas Observer, investigative reporter Melissa del Bosque said the first time she saw the video from the DPS helicopter, she was struck by how militaristic the response was that day in October 2012.
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A voluntaryist friend of mine was assaulted by thugs from the Kawartha Lakes Police "Service." I'm not okay with that.
On Friday, May 9, 2014, just after 5:30am in Killeen, Texas, Marvin Louis Guy was the target of a no knock raid.
On Oct. 2, 2014, Lakeya Hicks and Elijah Pontoon had broken no law, violated no traffic code and were simply driving down the road when they were targeted and pulled over by Aiken police officer Chris Medlin.
Last November, on the same day that Chicago police officer Jason van Dyke was charged with first-degree murder, the city released shocking dashcam video which shows the bloodthirsty cop ruthlessly gun down 17-year-old Laquan McDonald. Read more at h
But the lopsided tendency for U.S. prosecutors to reject charging officers in civil rights cases could easily be seen as validation for outrage at what amounts to police impunity. "It's a difficult situation for the legal system in general," M
A video uploaded to YouTube went viral last year, showing Fort Lauderdale police officer Victor Ramirez harassing and assaulting an elderly gentleman at the Broward Bus Terminal in downtown Fort Lauderdale
VICTORY: Police Settle Rutherford Institute Lawsuit Over Activist Held at Gun Point, Handcuffed and Arrested for Lawfully Carrying a Rifle During a Protest
Getting shot at is, unfortunately, one of the occupational hazards of being a police officer and modern law enforcement vehicles need to keep up with potential threats.
On Tuesday, a torrent of new information on the Lavoy Finicum shooting, including a photo of where he was shot and video from the inside of his vehicle during the road block, were released to the public.
Finicum had been shot at three times while approaching the roadblock-- a fact demonstrating that combat protocols, rather than "civilian" deadly force standards, were in place.
The drone discussion has been buzzing around the state Capitol for hearings this week.
The shooting of a U.S. postal worker on Dearborn Avenue was the result of a drug deal, according to an affidavit filed in federal court Monday.
Makaela Zabael-Gravatt was shot and nearly killed in her own backyard in Meridian, Idaho last September.
We are anonymous. This message is to the citizens of Arizona.
In what could be a story straight out of the Onion, but sadly played out in reality, a Texas man was arrested by seven heavily armed U.S. Marshals for failing to pay an almost 30-year-old student loan debt.
One of the most outrageous and well publicized lynching in the history of the United States took place nearly seven decades ago on July 25, 1946 when two African American couples were brutally killed by a white mob in Monroe, Georgia.
The prosecutor's office in Berrien County, Michigan, has released a highly dramatic dashcam video from a police cruiser that hit a female pedestrian crossing the street.
The killing of rancher Lavoy Finicum by the Oregon State Police made international news Tuesday, and in a very unusual move, the FBI quickly released the video of the shooting yesterday, which was filmed by an FBI helicopter.
-- then Gets Huge Promotion