Author Archives: Police State Daily

TN High School Students Thrown In Jail Over Saggy Pants

[ssba] Two Tennessee high school students experienced the wonders of the police state after spending a weekend in jail for wearing saggy pants. According to the Bolivar Central High School dress code, “pants must be worn and fitted at the waist line,” and “low slung, baggy seat, baggy legged, or bell bottom pants are not permitted.” The two teens were ...

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Mom Files Lawsuit In Police Killing Of Unarmed Jordan Baker

[ssba] The mother of an unarmed man shot and killed by Houston police in an incident last year, filed a federal lawsuit against the department on Wednesday. Officer Juventino Castro had spotted 26-year-old Jordan Baker outside of a shopping center on Jan. 16, 2014 in the 5700 block of West Little York near Antoine. Police said Castro, who was in ...

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Man Receives $150K Bond, Faces 6 Years In Prison Over Jury Nullification Fliers

A Michigan man says he was “speechless” after being charged with felony obstruction of justice and having his bond set at $150,000 for handing out jury nullification fliers last month. Thirty-nine-year-old Keith Wood handed out about 50 filers from the Fully Informed Jury Association in front of the Mecosta County courthouse on November 24 – that discussed jurors’ right to ...

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Scope Of FBI Data Collection Revealed For First Time After Gag Order Removed

[ssba] Requiring no approval by a judge, so-called “National Security Letters” are a type of administrative subpoena issued by the federal government for “national security” purposes. Used since the late 1970s, the use of the Letters was vastly expanded following the authorization of the Patriot Act in 2001, and will continue to be issued in their present form under the ...

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$500K Settlement Reached After Cops “Smash Face Into Concrete” – 21 Stitches

[ssba] A former Union College student has received a $500,000 police brutality settlement for an incident that occurred last year following the filing of a federal lawsuit in U.S. District court. The Schenectady City Council in New York unanimously approved the payout last week after 20-year-old Broderick Shea, of Pennsylvania, said he was brutalized on April 12, 2014. Police had ...

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NSA “Ends” Bulk Phone Surveillance Program But Not Really

The Obama regime said Friday that the once-secret NSA bulk phone surveillance program exposed by Edward Snowden in 2013 will be halted on Sunday – but little is actually changing. The program expired on June 1 when Section 215 of the Patriot Act lapsed. Congress revived that provision on June 2 however, with the Freedom Act, but said the provision ...

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Police Mad At Fake Cops For Moving In On Their Victims

[ssba] It has been said that they only difference between the state and the mafia is that the mafia at least has the decency to not to tell you it is robbing you for your own good. This is exemplified by the great philosopher and economist Dr. Hans Hermann Hoppe who said, “an expropriating property protector is a contradiction in ...

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