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Pentagon Admits Deploying Military Spy Drones Over U.S.

Reaper drops first precision-guided bomb, protects ground forces

[ssba] According to a new report released via Freedom of Information Act requests, the Pentagon admits to deploying military spy drones over the U.S.. Issued by Deputy Inspector General for Intelligence and Special Program Assessments, Anthony C. Thomas, the report concedes that unmanned MQ-1 Predator and MQ-9 Reaper drones have made non-military flights no more than 20 times in the country between 2006 and ...

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Arizona Cop Charged With Murder Of Unarmed Man


[ssba] A Mesa, Arizona cop that shot and killed an unarmed man in January has been charged with second-degree murder. Maricopa County prosecutors said Friday that the determining factor in the January 18 shooting death of Texas resident, 26-year-old Daniel Shaver, will be police body-cam footage. Officer Philip Brailsford shot Shaver five times after police received calls from a Mesa hotel saying that someone ...

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Deputy Fired After Planting Evidence On Suspect For Criticizing Police


[ssba] A Florida deputy has been fired from the Pasco County sheriff’s office after being accused of planting drug paraphernalia on a New Port Richey man in order to frame him. Officials say Stephen LeBlanc may face obstruction of justice and tampering with evidence charges in a November case where he went after Thomas Parisi – who spray painted messages on ...

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PA Cop Charged With Raping Women He Arrested


[ssba] A former Pennsylvania cop who is awaiting trial for having sexual contact with a minor is now facing additional charges for sexually assaulting two other women he arrested. Connellsville police officer Ryan Reese, 43, was accused last year of accepting sexual favors from a 16-year-old girl in exchange for him not filing drug charges against her. The teen has already testified in court that Reese told ...

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Cop Assigned To Investigate Jewelry Theft Recovers Items, Pawns Them

thomas rudenick

[ssba] In June, 2012, thousands of dollars worth of jewelry was taken in a home burglary from the family of David Belles. The items included a tennis bracelet, a diamond necklace and several valuable rings. Ramsey County, Minnesota sheriff’s deputy Thomas Rudenick was assigned the case but there was a twist: he would latter re-steal the jewelry. In pawn shop ...

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Sgt. Calls Chief’s Chokehold Of Teen “Unjustifiable And Unethical”


[ssba] A Georgia sergeant is calling a chokehold applied to a 17-year-old by his police chief, “unjustifiable and unethical.” Lithonia police chief Roosevelt Smith is accused of grabbing and strangling Isiah Harvey in the back of a police vehicle on Feb. 5 after the teen was taken into custody for allegedly breaking into a home. Harvey said Smith grabbed him by the chin ...

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