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25 Percent Of People Shot By L.A. Cops In 5 Years Unarmed – Zero Officers Prosecuted

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[ssba] The U.S. Justice Department does not keep comprehensive statistics regarding individuals shot or killed by police – and the stats they do keep are grossly under-reported. Every now and then however, national civil-liberties groups or local news stations do the best they can to accurately compile the numbers. The most recent instance comes from NPR Pasadena, CA affiliate KPCC. ...

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Cops Convicted On Myriad Of Charges After Dash-Cam Exposes Lies In Marcus Jeter Beating

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[ssba] Two Bloomfield, New Jersey police officers have been convicted on numerous charges after suppressed dashcam footage showed them beating a man who was facing years in prison because of their lies. The video, which did not emerge until 30-year-old Marcus Jeter was already on trial in February of last year, ultimately prevented him from serving years in prison for ...

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Louisiana Cops Shoot Into Car, Kill 6-Year-Old Autistic Boy


[ssba] State police are investigating after marshals for the central Louisiana city of Marksville shot and killed an autistic child and critically wounded his father following a vehicle pursuit on Tuesday. Confirmed as the youngest person killed by police this year, the boy has been identified as 6-year-old Jeremy Mardis. He was reportedly sitting in the passenger seat of the car ...

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Video Shows Michigan Cop Handcuff 7-Year-Old At School

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[ssba] Chrystal McCadden is outraged after she said she was called to Brownell STEM Academy in Flint, Michigan on Otc. 12 to find her 7-year-old son handcuffed by an officer. According to Flint police, the cop responded to a call for assistance with “a child who appeared intent on injuring himself or others [and] used handcuffs to restrain [him].” Details ...

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Candy To Become “Probably Cause” For Drug Searches


[ssba] The recent legalization of marijuana in places like Colorado and Washington-State has meant the growing popularity of THC-infused edibles around the country. Ranging from cookies to lollipops and brownies to gummy bears, and even popcorn, police in states where prohibition still exists are gearing up to take on this new illicit and dangerous threat – for the children, you ...

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