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The Way the Police Treated This 84-Year-Old Navy Vet Left Him in Tears

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When I first read the news story’s headline, I was sure it had to do with how a cop mistreated an elderly man. Unfortunately, there are too many of those stories. I was pleasantly surprised to find that they had

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Feds Instructing Banks to Call Cops on Customers Who Withdraw More Than $5,000?

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These days, we’re taught to “say something” if we “see something.” Everything can be considered “suspicious activity.” For people in a more official capacity, there’s incentive to over-report. If something happens, and it turns out that an official could have

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Boone County Police Officer “Executes His Duty” … and a Preschool Teacher

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Tyler Brockman, a police officer from Boone County, Kentucky, shot and killed a 19-year-old preschool teacher, Samantha Ramsey, when she was trying to leave a field party. He jumped on her hood and shot her four times through the windshield,

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Cop Harasses Elderly Couple for Having Tinted Windows

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While the police department acknowledges that their deputy may have gone too far with this particular innocent elderly couple, one of whom has cancer, nothing’s going to happen to the cop who assumed that the couple must have been drug

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Two Drunk Senior Secret Service Agents Run Over Suspected Bomb, Barge Through White House Barricade

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And the worst part about this incident where two drunk senior Secret Service agents barged through a White House barricade during a bomb investigation is that they were allowed to just go home afterwards. No charges were filed, and they

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“Blurred Lines” Producers to Pay Marvin Gaye Estate $7 Million for Infringement


In a landmark decision on copyright infringement, a court has decided that Robin Thicke and Pharell Williams did in fact unlawfully borrow crucial elements from the 1977 Marvin Gaye song “Got to Give it Up” for “Blurred Lines”—the top-selling song

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California Cops Suspended for Protesting Ticket, Arrest Quotas?

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Now these six Whittier, California cops are suing the city police department for what they describe as retaliation against them for speaking out against and not meeting ticket and arrest quotas. Police officials of course swear that they don’t use

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Georgia Bill Legalizes Police No-Knock Raids

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As with most bills, its intended purpose is not what the Georgia bill actually accomplishes. The bill was supposed to place restrictions on police no-knock raids. But what it actually does is legalize them, because technically, police no-knock raids are

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FBI Statistics on Police Homicides Are Way Off

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Apparently, the FBI statistics on police homicides, that is, the number of people killed by police, are way, way off: The first-ever attempt by US record-keepers to estimate the number of uncounted “law enforcement homicides” exposed previous official tallies as

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NYPD Comm. Bratton Blames NY Homicide Increases on Pot

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Maybe NYPD Police Commissioner Bill Bratton has been toking on a little bit of the devil’s lettuce himself. I don’t know. But he apparently thinks a slight eight week rise in New York homicides is connected somehow to legalized pot:

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Handcuffed, Jailed Man Mouths Off; Cops Break His Skull

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Last December, a Las Cruces, New Mexico man was arrested for pointing a rifle at a neighbor during a parking space dispute and for not complying with police officers’ instructions at the scene. I don’t think anyone has a problem

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Private Security Firms on the Rise, Replacing Local Police

SEAL private security firm

In 2012, the township of Sharpstown, Texas fired its police force and hired SEAL, a private security firm, to patrol the town. As you would expect, the town is now a hotbed of crony corruption, the private police are costing

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