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Teen Commits Suicide After Police Launch Cyber Bullying Activities Against Him

When a teenager failed to appear in court on substance abuse charges, the police began cyber-bulling him on Facebook.

Nineteen-year-old Pullman, Washington, resident Andrew Cain took his own life on Saturday. Now his sister, Alise Smith, is asking for an apology from the local police department who allegedly cyber-bullied the young man just days beore

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RCMP Confiscated Guns in Flood Area

HIGH RIVER — RCMP revealed Thursday that officers have seized a “substantial amount” of firearms from homes in the evacuated town of High River.

Evacuees confronted the RCMP on the northwest corner of town in a bid to enter the Town of High River on Thursday, June 27th 2013, one week after the Highwood

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Bloomberg Refers to NYPD as “His Army”

In November 2011, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg told an audience at MIT, “I don’t listen to Washington very much, which is something they’re not thrilled about.” He didn’t listen because he didn’t have to. “I have my own army in the NYPD, which is the seventh biggest army in the world,” Bloomberg bragged.

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Police Tackle 14 year old citing “Dehumanizing Stares”

Dramatic new cell phone video showed a Miami-Dade Police Officer restraining a teenager on Haulover Beach on Memorial Day; and that 14-year-old youngster and his mother say police overreacted when they arrested him.

But Police said they had to restrain the teenager because he gave them “dehumanizing stares,” clenched his fists and appeared threatening when

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Did The Police Have The Right to do This? (Video)

Police surround an apartment responding to a noise compliant with guns drawn. The three occupants refuse to relinquish their fourth amendment rights to the police’s demands at gun point to enter the premises without a search warrant or probable cause. (The police only holster their weapons after the camera is turned on.) The occupants are

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Police Drone Crashes Into Swat Team

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The Montgomery County (Texas) Sheriff’s Office had a big day planned. After becoming the first department in the country with its own aerial drone ($300,000!), they were ready for a nice photo op. And then the drone crashed into a SWAT team.

The Examiner reports

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NYPD Sergeant: “Guilty Until Proven Innocent”

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We’ve been dealing with the New York police department lately, thanks to the mayor and the police chief using the recent Boston bombing as an excuse to increase surveillance efforts and enact other policies to further encroach on New Yorkers’ civil liberties. Whenever something terrorist-related occurs, it

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Death Beating Delivered to Father of 4 in California

A California father of four died Wednesday shortly after a group of police allegedly beat him with batons as he lay defenseless on the sidewalk. Cops, before confiscating witness’ cameras, also reportedly unleashed a canine unit on him.

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David Sal Silva, 33, allegedly resisted when police approached him to ask if

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Dubai Police Get Lamborghini

Dubai already has the world’s tallest building, the world’s largest shopping mall, and the largest man-made archipelago. So it’s no surprise that the country’s police would drive one of the world’s most extravagant and expensive cars. The latest addition to the force’s fleet is a head-turning Lamborghini Aventador, finished in green and white

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New Breathalyzer Detects Drugs

Your breath says a lot about you. Recent research has found that the chemicals present in each person’s breath can provide a unique “breathprint” that differs from person to person, while other scientists have worked on breathalyzer-like tests that can indicate the presence of a bacterial infection inside someone’s body.

 

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Cops Arrest Phone Photographer, Claiming his Phone Could be a Weapon

A San Diego cop beat up a man whom he was ticketing for illegal smoking, after the man refused to stop video-recording the experience. The cop told the man that he feared the phone might actually be a gun disguised as a phone, before smashing the phone and tackling the man and smashing his face

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4 Women Accused of Raping Man in Toronto

Toronto police are looking for four female suspects who they say allegedly sexually assaulted a 19-year-old man.

The incident happened during the early morning hours of Sunday, March 31, after the man met the four women at a nightclub near King Street and University Avenue. The man left the club with the women who

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The Sovereign Citizen Issue, How Authorities React

The FBI classifies such people, who refuse to recognize government authority in virtually any form, as part of a domestic terrorist movement.

Two police officers and two people who considered themselves “sovereign citizens” — a 16-year-old and his father — were killed in West Memphis, Ark., in a 2010 shootout. Two North Carolina officers

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Group Seized Mexican Town, Arrests Police

Hundreds of armed vigilantes have taken control of a town on a major highway in the Pacific coast state of Guerrero, arresting local police officers and searching homes after a vigilante leader was killed. Several opened fire on a car of Mexican tourists headed to the beach for Easter week.

A group of armed

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Will Facebook Get you Arrested

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Smart technology and the sort of big data available to social networking sites are helping police target crime before it happens. But is this ethical?

The police have a very bright future ahead of them – and not just because they can now look up potential suspects on Google. As they embrace

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Police Face Prosecution for Occupy Berkeley Brutality

A judge ruled last week that the police involved in the brutal 2011 crackdown on Occupy protesters at the UC Berkeley campus will face charges for excessive force, false arrest, retaliatory prosecution and abuse of process.

According to Courthouse News:

A group of 29 then sued school police, the Alameda County Sheriff’s

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Town Wants Authority to Disarm Citizens During Emergency

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A proposed disaster emergency ordinance in Guntersville is causing controversy.

The city council and mayor are considering a new ordinance that gives the city more power.

Mayor Leigh Dollar says it would ensure a quick response in the event of a major disaster, like the April 27, 2011, tornadoes.

But it would also give

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Target Practice: Are Police Using Images of Children and Pregnant Women?

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What if I told you police in your town could desensitize themselves to the idea of shooting a (armed) child, pregnant woman, or young mother, for just a couple of bucks? The “No More Hesitation” series from Law Enforcement Targets Inc. offers exactly that. For less than 99 cents per target, police can shoot

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Snowboard Cops to Chase Marijuana Smokers in Canada

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Prohibition took another strange turn this week when it was reported that RCMP officers in Alberta have started to strap on snowboards and patrol the Lake Louise and Nakiska ski resorts in an effort to deter “substance abuse”.

From the CBC:

The officers, who are in uniform and carrying weapons, are focusing

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“Reserve Force” Sought by Sheriff to Defend Against Government

My friends, there is hope. Law enforcement officers at the local level are making their stand and they want you to be a part of that. While I’ve written on various sheriffs that have made their own stance to protect their citizens from anyone attempting to confiscate guns, I recently ran across Police Chief Mark

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