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Videos: Gun Owner Refuses To Be Cucked By Cops Harassing Him For Permit

[ssba] Gun ownership challenges the power monopoly of the state. So it is no surprise that state enforcers like police get uncomfortable when citizens exercise their rights to open-carry firearms. A man in Bridgeport, Connecticut recently found this out while open-carrying in town on Tuesday. Videos he recorded show his interactions with busy-body cops, who follow him from store to store harassing him for a ...

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Happy New Year: Enjoy “No Refusal,” Forced Blood Draw Checkpoints

[ssba] As major U.S. cities implement a police state amid New Years Eve terror fears, police in some states around the country are gearing up for and already implementing “no refusal” DUI checkpoints. In New York City, more than 6,000 cops armed with rifles, radiation detectors, and bomb-sniffing dogs are descending upon Times Square as more than a million revelers ...

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“Come Get UR Bite” Text Messages Sent To K-9 Cop That Mauled Unarmed Teen

[ssba] Text messages have emerged from the North Port Police Department in Florida showing a disturbing and morbid conversation between K-9 unit officers before one of the cops allowed his animal to maul an unarmed and reportedly troubled teen. The messages, which were sent via the officers’ police cruiser mobile digital terminals, were obtained by the Sarasota Herald-Tribune as part ...

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Half Of Georgians Killed By Police Since 2010 Were Unarmed Or Shot In The Back

[ssba] An investigation launched by the Atlanta Journal Constitution has revealed that roughly half of the 184 individuals killed by Georgia police since 2010 were either unarmed or shot in the back. Along with Channel 2 News, the paper conducted more than 100 interviews, and reviewed thousands of pages of incident reports, investigative files, court records, and other public documents. The undertaking has ...

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

[ssba] 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 ...

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