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Road Pirates: Atlanta Area Police Writing Double the Tickets


[ssba] Atlanta area police and parking enforcement wing Park Atlanta are taking road pirating to a whole new level. Numbers show they are now issuing almost double the number of tickets normally written in prior years. Park Atlanta wrote 141,000 tickets in 2010. In 2012 they wrote 221,000, according to documents obtained by WSBTV. The city received millions of dollars in ...

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Baltimore Police to Put Children in “Connection Centers,” Fine Parents $500 For Violating Day-Time Curfew


[ssba] The city of Baltimore, Maryland, is set to impose a heavy infringement on the freedom of movement of adolescents. Along with a night time curfew of 9:00 p.m., whats being called a “public school curfew” between the hours of 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. is expected to be signed into law by Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. The law, passed ...

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Video: Georgia Man Moving Into New Home Slammed On Ground By Police For Being Suspected Prowler


[ssba] Dhoruba Bin-Wahad, an African-American Atlanta area man, has filed a formal complaint against Clayton County authorities regarding a May 2 incident when police were called to his residence by neighbors reporting a “suspicious” person. “I assumed — apparently incorrectly, and naively — that they were pursuing someone on foot that had fled through my yard, and I was unaware ...

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Video: Cop Violently Wrestles Mother to the Ground, Pries Mouth Open to Retrieve Tylenol Taken in Court Waiting Room


[ssba] Disturbing footage has surfaced of an Ohio Deputy violently throwing a woman to the ground and attempting to pry her mouth open after she took a prescription Tylenol. Siobhan Householder, 35, of Akron, was in a holding area waiting to make a court appearance when she took the medication for a tooth infection. Surveillance footage shows Summit County Sheriffs ...

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24 Georgia Middle-Schoolers Suspended For Talking About Dress-Code Insubordination on Facebook


[ssba] In another case of barbaric “zero-tolerance” policy gone crazy, a Spalding County, Georgia middle school has suspended students who discussed a dress code violation prank on Facebook. According to WSB-TV, one student’s Facebook post, and the subsequent sharing, commenting, and “liking” of other students got over two-dozen Cowan Road Middle School classmates suspended. The post began with a simple ...

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