In Massachusetts, the Chicopee Police Dept decided within hours it would seek criminal charges against Charles Dirosa for posting a Facebook status that read "Put Wings on Pigs." Then a cop threatens his life.
A SWAT team raided Jonathan Whitworth's home looking for what they believed was a "large amount of marijuana." After breaking into his home, terrorizing his wife and child, they shot his two dogs, killing one of them.
Last Easter, the Right was celebrating the Bunkerville rebellion, and the Left was calling for severe measures--drone strikes, if necessary--to beat down armed resistance to law enforcement. By Christmas, the roles were reversed,
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Rarely has a group of people exposed their true disdain for all others as clearly as the New York police officers who turned their back on Mayor Bill de Blasio at the funeral of Rafael Ramos. They wanted to send a message, that they demand to be tre
Seattle Police Department looking for 'a few good hackers' to help it doctor dashboard cam footage
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Police even provided a surveillance video that shows the suspect, Antonio Martin, raising his arm towards police as one would raise a gun.
But police cut the video immediately after that motion, preventing the public from seeing the cop pulling ou
Charles DiRosa, 27, has been criminally charged in Chicopee, Massachusetts after he posted "Put Wings on Pigs" to Facebook. It was a despicable act after the murder of 2 NY police officers, but it was protected speech.
Apparently, its reporters and editors have imbibed the circular reasoning of the USSA's Department of [In]Justice: "the use of deadly force against a police officer is almost never justified, while the use of deadly force by police often is…
Beavers proved to be a secret sinner – hiding behind his badge and the oath to serve and protect while lying as he committed a sexually oriented crime against a 17-year-old girl who had been the victim of sex abuse....
When off duty and out of uniform, they had been victims of racial profiling, as grounds for suspecting someone of having committed a crime. This included being pulled over for no reason, having their heads slammed
Police in Massachusetts are pursuing criminal charges against a man for posting the words "put wings on pigs" on his Facebook page, a phrase similar to the one posted by a man who killed two officers in New York City last weekend.
While the charge of obstructing official business was summarily dismissed, Stanley's video evidence was not enough to have the other charges dismissed immediately.
In order to have the charges of disorderly conduct and misconduct at an emergency
"We're going to go ahead and turn off the personal video devices going forward, so be sure all officers have them turned off when engaging the protesters." The words cut through me and chilled my spine as I sat, helplessly handcuffed
It is very easy for police to murder you on the street and then claim that you were resisting arrest. If you are naked in the shower and they beat the shit of you and shoot you with 'less-lethal' weapons how do they get away with it? They'll frame yo
The lone gunman who walked up to a Brooklyn patrol car and opened fire, killing two New York City police officers execution style, has been identified as a Baltimore man who posted chilling anti-cop messages to social media Saturday before traveling
Union leaders called on members to cast "no-confidence" votes in their chief, buoyed by the suicide of a cop who had been fired by Garcia for a DUI. Garcia's woes escalated when an officer shot and killed an unarmed black man
An $8 million federal civil rights lawsuit accused 2 police officers of failing to help a suspect who was dying after being shot at least 16 times. Footage of the encounter shows cops reassuring each other after shooting 40-year-old
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