Two Dozen Rally After Grand Jury Clears Officer In Shooting Death
Family attorney: ““We believe this video has been edited or changed by the police department.”
by Gilma Avalos
Waco Biker Gang Shootout: Law Enforcement Authorities on Alert
Advisory did not warn of direct attacks on police.
by NBC News

Police cash confiscations still on the rise
Assets seized can be anything from airplanes to headphones and clothing, but the vast majority is cash.
by Mark Fahey, Nicholas Wells
Caught on Tape: Cop Tosses Football with Kids
Viral video sweeps web amid tensions between public and police.
by Adan Salazar

Obama combats police militarization by limiting supply of military-style gear
Surprise announcement will ban government from providing items such as armored vehicles, high-power firearms and grenade launchers to local police.
by Lauren Gambino
Pentagon Admits Preparing for Mass Civil Breakdown, Joint Drills Raise Concern
A contingency plan in the event of wide scale social unrest.
by Investment Watch

The DEA Strikes Again – Agents Seize Man’s Life Savings Under Civil Asset Forfeiture Without Charges
In one of the most uncivilized and preposterous loopholes in America, federal agents are allowed to steal citizens’ assets.
by Michael Krieger
Chicago Man: Cops Brought Me to Secret Prison, Anally Raped Me to Force Me to be an Informant
Sadistic Chicago cops reportedly torture innocent man.
by Matt Agorist


Video Shows Deputy Smash Autistic Man’s Skull into the Ground, Killing Him for Joking Around
Surveillance footage raises questions over officer’s actions.
by Matt Agorist
Army Vet Arrested After Saving Dog from Hot Car
“I’ve got PTSD, and I’ve seen enough death and destruction… I didn’t want anything else to happen if I could prevent it.”
by Mikael Thalen

DEA Takes $16,000 From Train Passenger Because It Can
Any cash is inherently suspicious and can be deemed “guilty” by the seizing agency with no corroborating evidence.
by Tim Cushing
Protesters Demand To See Surveillance Video Of Deadly Police Shooting In Venice
Police say they may identify the officer who shot Brendon Glenn as early as Monday.
by CBS Los Angeles

California senators approve ban on grand jury investigations into police deaths
By banning the use of grand juries, the decision to prosecute officers would rest solely with local district attorneys.
by Alexei Koseff
UN review of human rights in U.S. focuses on police brutality
U.S. delegation expected to face questions about human rights.
by Andrew V. Pestano

Baltimore: thousands of suspects arrive too injured to go to jail, records show
Nearly 2,600 detainees were turned away by city’s detention centre in past three years, suggesting police officers either ignored or did not notice the injuries.
by Associated Press
An Obama Plan to Stop Foreign Hackers Has Mixed Results
Will White House use hacking threat for power grab?
by Nicole Perlroth