New York bank expected to offer half-price homes to cops, firefighters, teachers
As long as they live in them for at least five years…
by Tim Knauss
New police radars can 'see' inside homes
At least 50 U.S. law enforcement agencies quietly deployed radars that let them effectively see inside homes, with little notice to the courts or the public.
by Brad Heath

Police suspend officer after striking man
“Stay on the ground!” Officer screams while punching man.
by Andrew Shain
Brooklyn dad who claims NYPD cops put him into a chokehold settles lawsuit against city for $75,000
Kevin Dennis-Palmer said he was put into a chokehold and attacked by NYPD officers after he attempted to park his car near his Brownsville home Feb. 9, 2013. Dennis-Palmer also said he was not sure why he was being stopped because he hadn’t done anything wrong.
by New York Daily News

Police Commander Resigns After Video Shows Him Stealing Drugs From Police Storage Unit
“…a good, honest, decent person became another victim to the power and control of addiction,” police say.
The Mysterious Sponsor Behind The Ferguson Protests And Media Campaign: George Soros
Soros-funded group helped make ubiquitous the “hands up, don’t shoot” slogan.
by Zero Hedge

DEA halts huge secret 'Parallel Construction' data program
Agency collected international U.S. phone records to create database primarily used for domestic criminal cases.
by Reuters

Police arrest 9-yr-old after he misses court on gum charge
Prosecutors sought warrant because boy had missed two court appearances.
by Trevor Hughes
Teen In Police Custody Credited with Saving Cop's Life
Juvenile defendant springs into action after officer collapses.
by Adan Salazar

Nightmare: Cop Stalks Woman, Has Her Committed When She Rejects Him
Lawsuit: Romantic rejection led to terrifying abuse of power.
by Monica Pais

FBI Used Honeypot to Entrap Eco Radical
Agency lured unsuspecting activists into criminal activity through blatant entrapment.
by Ed Pilkington
Ex-Cop Gets 9 Years In Prison For Sexually Assaulting Woman After Traffic Stop
A former Irwindale police officer was sentenced Monday to nine years in prison for sexually assaulted a woman he pulled over in a traffic stop. David Paul Fraijo, 37, pleaded no contest Oct. 3 to one count each of oral copulation under color of authority and sexual battery by restraint. Three other counts, including kidnapping, […]
by CBS Los Angeles

Albuquerque Cops Who Gunned Down Homeless Camper Face Murder Charges
DA’s office bypasses grand jury in filing charges.
by Adan Salazar
Ron Paul: Inner City Turmoil and Other Crises: My Predictions for 2015
All liberties in America today are under siege.
by Ron Paul