Richmond Police Officers Association attorney Alison Berry Wilkinson said Friday that by participating in the protest while in uniform, Magnus broke the law he is charged with upholding.
"Our will is the law, and if you submit to it, we won't kill you.""That's the actual message behind the motto displayed on a line of t-shirts designed by South Bend, Indiana police officer Jason Barthel.
"My father was laying there blue, I ain't never seen him like that," Wesley Mack later testified in court. "A lady cop went up to him and said, `Chill, Greg, you're choking him,' and she pulled his arm and he jumped up and popped her."
Spokane County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich tried to grapple with the fallout after one of his deputies said military-grade equipment was necessary because of gun-hoarding "constitutionalists" who have made police work dangerous.
For example, working off a home address, Beware can send an officer basic information about who lives there, their cell phone numbers, whether they have past convictions and the cars registered to the address. Police have had access to this informati
"Watson kicked her to the side, a karate-kick that snapped her leg," the judge explained, adding that "Watson then jumped on her and punched her on the left side of her face. She turned face-down and Sgt. Watson kept kneeing her in the back."
The 47-year-old detective is expected to plead guilty to felony first-degree forgery and misdemeanor first-degree official misconduct. The charges stem from allegations that Steele destroyed photos that could have been
As the 26-year old pulled up to a stoplight, the sound of legendary Los Angeles rap group N.W.A.'s classic "Fuck tha Police" could be heard bumping through the streets. In that same moment, Hialeah Police Officer Garzon was standing nearby
New York City police officers have lately taken to blasting protesters with 21st-century sound cannons, and as far as anyone can tell, the department doesn't have any policies governing when and how they get to do so.
On November 28th 2014, Jackson Police Officer Matt Peters came to 20 year old Eddie Harris' residence looking for an individual to take to the hospital for a psychological evaluation. Peters entered the house without a warrant and
On Saturday tens of thousands of people across the United States participated in marches and rallies against police brutality. The corporate media largely ignored the protests as they continued into the evening in
The conspiracy detailed in the indictment is a rather twisted tale of a sex-crazed judge, meth-using mother of four, treacherous friends, and corrupt cops.
Denver police not only arrested him on what they called a "newly activated traffic warrant" from a nearby county after he had just left the FBI office with whom he is cooperating on the federal investigation,
This raid was little more than state sanctioned murder carried out in the name of the government's immoral and negligent war on drugs. What's more is the fact that this murder was initiated because of overzealous and criminally incompetent police
Police aggressively questioned the tearful girlfriend of a young black man they had just shot dead as he held a BB gun in an Ohio supermarket – accusing her of lying, threatening her with jail, and suggesting her boyfriend had planned to shoot the
Mandell had been a Chicago police officer in the 1970s---was previously convicted and sentenced to death for a 1990 murder, only to be released. He has been a suspect in at least five other murder investigations
A bill before the Texas legislature is being widely misreported by the alternative media. That's a shame because H.B. 121 could set a dangerous precedent by giving law enforcement a procedure that invites corruption
That narrative describes how Jeffrey Herring was arrested by police officers in the 67th Precinct in East Flatbush, Brooklyn. It also describes the arrests of at least 2 other men, Eugene Moore and John Hooper, by the same officers.
A Buffalo police officer was suspended without pay, yes, you heard right, after he was caught on video beating a man with his nightstick, ordering him to stand up, but beating him when he tried.
Miami artist Delbert Rodriguez was 21 years old. I use the word "was" because Delbert was chased down and run over by a Miami police officer with a history of violence last week for painting the side of a building
Suspects in 10 cases--most of them black men--wielded an iPod, a cellphone, and a set of keys.
A man who asked a Sacramento County deputy to move his car from an intersection was tased, beaten with a flashlight and had his head planted into the street by the deputy's foot before he was jailed for resisting arrest. Yes, that's it. Resist
Like many people, I grew up watching numerous television shows and mainstream movies depicting a world in which the common police officer stood as a sentinel of civilized society against a seething underbelly of violence and chaos just beneath the su
A daughter of a cop who slowed her car down to record police kicking a man on the side of the road was violently yanked out of her car, tased, called a "dumb bitch" and handcuffed after they accused her of striking officers with her car.
A video on Facebook shows a power tripping cop abusing a teenager for not respecting his "authority." After being called out on a noise complaint, this officer decided to use his perceived authority to bully a 16-year-old kid.
Misdemeanor charges. That's what one prosecutor is recommending be brought against a former state trooper. Donald Crawford after sex abuse allegations surfaced from a traffic stop involving a minor in Livingston County
To date the most reliable data anyone has about law enforcement killings in the U.S. was the FBI's statistics on homicides by law enforcement. But therein lies the problem. Those numbers are voluntarily given by police depts.
Just one week after FOX31 Denver first aired a citizen's videotape of a police officer punching a drug suspect in the face, then tripping his pregnant girlfriend, the Denver Police Department has given that same officer a promotion.
When Youmans turned to walk away, the cop slapped him from behind, knocking him to the floor, drilling his knees into the back of Youman's head while using his hands to further press his face into the floor, yelling "stop resisting!"
Reporter Alan Prendergast chronicled some police work in a small Colorado town that was so magnificently incompetent, so recklessly negligent, it makes the Keystone Kops look like Seal Team Six.