New Zealand Police Raid Home Of Reporter Who Embarrassed Gov't Officials & Was Working On Snowden Documents
Independent journalist has been a thorn in the current leadership’s side for some time now.
by Mike Masnick
How Chicago's red light ticketing turned yellow lights into cash
City got nearly $8 million from 77,000 tickets issued with yellow lights shorter than the city standard.
by David Kidwell

Tennessee Courts Crack Down On Cops Taking Blood From Drivers
“…we hold that the privilege of driving does not alone create consent for a forcible blood draw.”
by The Newspaper.com
Police Departments Using Private Foundations To Obtain Controversial Surveillance Technology
From the what-the-public-doesn’t-know-will-probably-irritate-them-to-no-end dept
by Tim Cushing

Video Captures Police Tasering Suspected Shoplifter Near Lakeside Wal-Mart
Officers accused of using too much force to subdue 60-year-old man.
by CBS Denver
Miami Beach cops to overhaul vehicle shooting rules
Officers won’t be allowed to shoot at moving cars unless someone inside displays a weapon or opens fire first.
by Charles Rabin and Joey Flechas-Crabin

Caught On Tape: Six Hong Kong Cops Maul Protester
Cops seen repeatedly kicking and punching alleged victim Ken Tsang Kin-Chiu.
by Zero Hedge
Violent Police 'Home Invasion' Leads to $66K Bill for Victims
Halifax officer keeps his job, isn’t charged after illegal entry and assault on resident.
by Kathy Tomlinson


Police Online Child Sex Sting: County Corrections Officer, Navy Sailor Among Suspects
“We want parents to know what is going on so they can monitor better.”
by Hana Kim
Seattle Police Officers Challenge New Use-of-Force Policies in Court
Police say limits on force endangers officers.
by C. R. Douglas

Cop Accused of Stealing $1,300 During Search
“The cops thought they could just go in his pockets, take his money, Mace him and leave”
by Josh Saul
Police Pepper Spray Wake County Teen Inside His Home After He's Mistaken For Burglar
The parents of a Wake County high school student are outraged that police pepper-sprayed him inside their home after a neighbor mistook him for an intruder. It happened Monday afternoon on England Avenue in Fuquay-Varina. Ricky and Stacy Tyler have fostered 18-year-old DeShawn Currie for about a year. The Tylers, their three young children and […]
by Andrea Blanford

Warrantless Raid on the Wrong People Costs Denver Cops $1.8 Million
Trumped up charges against the family.
by Kirk Mitchell
Off-duty cop arrested for brandishing Glock at family in minivan
Cop pointed Glock at minivan.
by Detroit Free Press

School Sics Cops, K-9 Unit on Old Man Looking for Dandelions
65-year-old prompts school lockdown.
by Lenore Skenazy