Attorney: Former State Trooper's Sex with Female Motorists was Consensual, Not a Crime
“Essentially, the argument in both cases (involving Tuesday’s motions) are these people were not in custody,” attorney said.
by Rhett Morgan
Seven Oregon Sheriff's Deputies Inexplicably Placed on Leave
Sheriff says “placing these individuals on paid leave was done without consulting with me or my command staff.”
by Julia Moore

Obama: “We Can’t Pay Attention” To “Folks Whose Ideologies Run Counter To Where We Need To Go”
At least one positive thing can be said about President Obama.
by Progressives Today
Chuck E. Cheese refuses to serve police officer with firearm
Chuck E. Cheese’s national headquarters called the situation an “unfortunate misunderstanding.”
by My Fox LA

SPLC Sheriff Wants War With Liberty Movement
Top cop continues to prod American patriots.
Police Test Out 'Blunt Impact Projectiles'
There’s no such thing as “non-lethal” weapons.
by Denise Lavoie

Cop 'Violated No Policies' After Being Caught on Video Punching 9-Months Pregnant Woman in Belly
“The outcome of the internal investigation has determined that no policies have been violated.”
by Jay Syrmopoulos
Local Police Institute 'no refusal' Blood Draws Until ‘end of summer’
Vampire cops warn residents they can have their Fourth Amendment violated at will.
by Adan Salazar

The Number of Cops Indicted for Murder Spikes Upward
In the past five months, at least 14 police officers have been charged for on-duty killings—more than five times the normal rate.
by Conor Friedersdorf
We Are The Government: Tactics For Taking Down The Police State
Americans often feel as if they have no voice, no authority and no recourse when it comes to holding government officials accountable.
by John W. Whitehead

APD Officers Will Stand Trial for Murder in Shooting of James Boyd
Will face charges of 2nd-degree murder, voluntary manslaughter and battery in court.
600 Police Gunshots During Stockton Bank Robbery Were 'excessive,' Report Says
32 officers unloaded 600+ rounds during hour-long gun battle, which spanned three counties, 63 miles of highway and reached speeds of 120 mph.
by Joseph Serna

Ohio Trooper Advertised 'traffic stop sex' on Craigslist
Sentenced to five years in prison in April.
by AP
Prosecutors: Officer knew about killing, lied to police
Cop accused of covering up murder of witness.
by Detroit Free Press

Wife: Video Refutes Homeland Security’s Version of Shooting at Man
Video appears to contradict claims the agents made in a now-dropped federal case against Antonoff.
by Mike Sawyer
Teen jailed after calling cops 'pigs'
The arrest probably was constitutional, despite the First Amendment’s guarantee of free speech rights.
by Steven Nelson