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Texas Cop Not Charged Despite Video Of Him Beating Man In Jail

Video has emerged showing a Texas police officer beating a man arrested for alleged assault and public intoxication at Garland Detention Center. According to Noah Lofquist, he was arrested at a hotel and began mouthing off to Officer Donald Fernandez on the way to jail. He even challenged him to remove his handcuffs so the two could fight. After arriving at jail, Fernandez took Lofquist’s ...

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“Thieving Idiot” Cop Filmed Robbing Man During Arrest Charged With Five Felonies

A Florida police officer filmed by his own body camera robbing a driver he arrested for DUI is facing five felony charges. Volusia County sheriff’s deputy John Braman pulled over Thomas French on Aug. 1. During French’s arrest, Braman was clearly caught on the body-cam footage rifling through his wallet. The video showed Braman, 34, pull out two hundred dollar bills and throw them ...

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Man Found Guilty Of Jury Tampering For Handing Out Jury Nullification Fliers

A Michigan man is facing one year behind bars for handing out jury nullification flyers that inform individuals about their rights as jurors. Keith Wood, 41, was charged with felony obstruction of justice and misdemeanor jury tampering after handing out approximately 50 filers from the Fully Informed Jury Association in front of the Mecosta County courthouse on November 24, 2015. Facing ...

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Child Porn Task Force Cop Charged With Raping 14-Year-Old Girl

A police officer tasked with investigating child sexual abuse online has been charged with raping and sexual assaulting a teenage girl over a five year period beginning when she was just 14-years-old. According to authorities, officer Anthony James Haworth, 38, is assigned to the Pasco, Washington Police Department’s Internet Crimes Against Children task force. He is accused of sexually assaulting the teen, who he is apparently ...

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Federal Court Rules No Warrant Needed To Obtain Cellphone Location Data

Law enforcement agencies do not require a warrant to obtain individuals’ near-real-time cellphone location data, a federal court has ruled. Most Americans are familiar with the invasive surveillance tactics used by the NSA. According to the Washington Post, the agency gathers “nearly 5 billion records a day on the whereabouts of cellphones around the world.” This includes the collection of ...

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Supreme Court Overturns $4.1M Ruling For Couple Shot In Warrantless Raid

A California couple cannot sue the police officers that busted down their door without a warrant and shot them to pieces, the Supreme Court has ruled. The decision, handed down on Tuesday, overturned a 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling that allowed Angel and Jennifer Mendez to recover damages in the amount of $4.1 million from the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department. The ...

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Secret Service Agent Caught In Online Pedophile Sting Operation Gets 20 Years

A former Washington assigned Secret Service agent has been sentenced to 20 years in prison after being caught in an online pedophile sting operation sending sexually explicit photos to underage girls. According to court documents, 38-year-old Lee Robert Moore was on duty at the White House when he sent images of his erect penis to a 14-year-old Delaware girl. After being caught, ...

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Only Probation For Cop Who Had Middle School Student Give Him Blowjob

In yet another example of the double standard that exists between cops and the rest of the population, a Houston Independent School District police officer has received just five years of probation despite having a middle school student give him a blowjob. In January, officer Jacob Ryan Delgadillo, 30, was charged with two felony counts of indecency with a 14-year-old sixth grader after another ...

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Baltimore Cops Internally Charged, Face Termination In Freddie Gray Case

Two years after the fatal police incident involving Freddie Gray, five Baltimore cops have been internally charged with violating department policy. Three of them face termination. The disciplinary measures come on the heels of a review conducted by the Montgomery and Howard county police departments that was completed earlier this month. The two cops who made the initial arrest of Gray; Edward Nero ...

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Political Correctness Gone Mad: Man Faces Year In Prison For Nazi Dog Video

In yet another example confirming that political correctness means an Orwellian police state, a Scottish man facing a year in prison over a controversial YouTube video depicting him training his girlfriend’s dog to give Nazi salutes, is due in court on Monday. You may remember Markus Meechan, whose video, “M8 Yer Dugs A Nazi,” went viral in April of last year leading to his ultimate arrest on hate ...

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Bill That Would Lift Federal Marijuana Prohibition Gets Renewed Push

A bill that would do away with federal marijuana restrictions has been given a renewed push by a small bipartisan group of lawmakers. Originally introduced by Rep. Thomas Garrett (R-Virginia) in February, the Ending Federal Marijuana Prohibition Act would leave medical and recreational marijuana policy up to states. As it currently stands, 29 states have codified some form of medical marijuana legalization into ...

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Dallas School Cops Beat, Tase, Handcuff 7-Year-Old Special Needs Child

A mother is livid after her 7-year-old child was beaten, tased and handcuffed by Dallas Independent School District police officers following an outburst he reportedly had in class. According to April Obin, her special needs son Yosio Lopez suffers from ADHD and a mood disorder. She said he routinely disrupts class and usually just reports to school councilors who help him work ...

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