Report: UK Cops Drew Tasers On Over 430 Kids In 2013
Officers fired on youths between 10 and 17-years-old 37 times.
by Adan Salazar

Cop Who Illegally Kidnapped and Beat Down Syndrome Man Says He Would Do It Again if He Could
Guy had six use of force incidents in only one of his eight years with the department.
by Cassandra Rules
Chicago’s Message In Motion: Reparations For Police Brutality!
Ordinance would provide care and compensation to individuals tortured by Chicago police.
by Kelly Hayes

America's Legal System: Writing Speeding Tickets While Rapists Go Free
More emphasis placed on revenue generation than fighting crime.
by David Knight
Cops Want to Block Tracking App
Cops don’t want the public warned about their presence.
by Infowars.com

Feds: Fear Patriots, Not Murdering Terrorists
Feds focus on those resisting unrestrained government.
by Infowars.com
Cops Demand Silence While Stripping Your Rights
No warrants necessary.
by Lee Ann McAdoo


Cops Told to Make Ticket Quotas Or Else
Cops turning into revenue generators for state.
by Jakari Jackson
UK Police Forces Have Secret Facial Recognition Database Of 18 Million People, Many Innocent
“You cannot treat innocent people the same way you treat guilty people.”
by Glyn Moody

Alabama’s Governor Apologizes to India After a Man Was Injured in a Police Encounter
57-year-old man was left partially paralyzed after being wrestled to the pavement near his son’s home.
by Rishi Iyengar
“Make Arrests, Issue Tickets or Get Fired” Missouri Police Caught in Disgusting Quota Scheme
A former Bellefontaine Neighbors police officer has come out of the quota closet and is exposing the department’s highly unethical revenue collection scheme.
by Matt Agorist

Ban on Government License Plate Cameras Nears in Montana
Big Sky Country, now with less creepiness.
by J.D. Tuccille
This Mom Lost Custody After She Left Her Kid Alone at Home for 90 Minutes
A Canadian court is set to decide whether to criminalize latchkey kids—or at least their parents.
by Lenore Skenazy & Paul Best

Video: Cops Turn Off Camera Before Beating Man
“Hold up, we’re red right now, so if you guys are worried about cameras, just wait”.
by Paul Joseph Watson
Police Have the Power to Seize Your Property. See Why the Issue Is Uniting Democrats and Republicans.
Through civil forfeiture, law enforcement agencies have made 55,000 seizures of cash and property worth $3 billion since 2008.
by Melissa Quinn