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Police Body Cameras Don’t Ensure Justice, But They Might Decrease Injustice

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An interesting article in Slate presents a compelling argument concerning police body cameras: The theory behind the use of body cameras is that video evidence will provide us with some objective truth about what happens in violent encounters between civilians

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President Rand Paul would “Immediately End Unconstitutional Surveillance”


One of the things that most excites me about the possibility of a “REAL” conservative in the White House, is just how much things could change, and how fast they could change. On day 1 of their Presidency, someone like

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FBI Investigates South Carolina Killer Cop for Civil Rights Violations

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It was big news the other day when authorities released the dash cam footage showing the initial traffic stop that ended with four bullets in Walter Scott’s back. What we don’t have and probably won’t ever have is what happened

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11 Cops Taser and Beat Surrendered White Suspect

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First things first. I’m not here to defend the actions of the white suspect who led the police on a high-speed chase that ended when the horse bucked him off in the middle of the desert. The guy’s got a

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You Can’t End the Police State Without Ending the Welfare State

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With the recent police shooting in South Carolina topping off a growing list of “justifiable” police homicides, many Americans have become painfully aware of the tyrannical reality of the police state. Many of the recent victims of police state brutality

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What if There Had Been No Video of Walter Scott Being Shot in the Back?


Michael Slager, a police officer in North Charleston, SC, has been charged with murder for shooting Walter Scott. A graphic video of a North Charleston police officer shooting Walter Scott (a fleeing, unarmed black man) in the back may have

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Cop Faces 30 Years for Shooting Man in the Back 4 Times

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After video footage of a police encounter surfaced, the police officer in the video was charged with murder. As with most of these types of videos, we don’t have a whole lot of context. All we see is a cop

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More Citizens Refusing to Answer Questions at Checkpoints

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We’re told that we have a right to remain silent. How ironic it is that these days we get arrested for doing just that – remaining silent. These particular checkpoints are run by the Border Patrol, but they’re nowhere near

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Police Break Man’s Ribs and Face for Not Using Turn Signal

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The Michigan man apparently didn’t use a turn signal, and he didn’t come to a full and complete stop either. This prompted police to pull him over, at which point the driver opened his door and put both his hands

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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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Garbage Man Jailed for Picking up Trash Too Early in the Morning

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Kevin McGill is a garbage man in Sandy Springs, Georgia. In order to avoid a lot of construction traffic, he showed up a couple hours early one day to get his work done before the construction crews started showing up.

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