Here is a case in point of the old saying about hard cases making (for) bad law. In this case, the hard case being a thug who was roughly handled by armed government workers in the course of being arrested for acting like a thug.
This won't end until enough of us wake up to the reality that AGWs are not "police," much less peace-keepers. They are the predatory praetorians of the police state, who serve themselves - and their friends.
In one of the first of its kind cases, a jury has found that officers at the scene that night, failed to intervene and stop what jurors believe was excessive force by a Contra Costa County Sheriff's deputy during a traffic stop.
• John & Nisha Whitehead - The Rutherford Institute
Brace yourself, because this hair-raising, heart-pounding, jarring account of a no-knock, no-announce SWAT team raid is what passes for court-sanctioned policing in America today, and it could happen to any one of us.
Jury awards $14MILLION to Black Lives Matter protesters in Denver after finding police used excessive force when they fired rubber bullets, tear gas and beanbag rounds - leaving at least one demonstrator in intensive care
TheThe Willis Avenue Bridge, a 3,000-foot stretch of asphalt and beige-painted steel connecting Manhattan and the Bronx, is the perfect place for an ambush. The narrow bike path along its west side is poorly lit; darkened trash-strewn alcoves on eith
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