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Korryn Gaines’ Facebook Was Deactivated Because She Was Filming The Police

In a news conference Tuesday, the Baltimore police said they asked Facebook and Instagram to deactivate Gaines’ accounts because her followers were telling her to resist their orders. More »


A Texas Cop Alleges He Was Kept From Testifying In The Sandra Bland Case

If true, this allegation would mean there was a deliberate cover-up. More »


The Freddie Gray Case Concludes With No Convictions After The Remaining Charges Are Dropped

The prosecutors dropped charges against Officer William Porter, who was awaiting a retrial after his first ended in a hung jury in December, and Officer Garrett Miller and Sergeant Alicia White, who never went to trial. More »


How To Protest At The DNC: Here’s What You Can & Cannot Do In Philadelphia This Week

I know, I know, “if there aren’t weed and drones at the revolution, I’m not coming,” but seriously they’ll just take that shit from you and probably arrest you, at best. More »


The One Powerful Black Lives Matter Protest Photo You Need To See

In response to Alton Sterling’s and Philando Castile’s fatal shootings by police in different cities last week, Black Lives Matter protests erupted in major cities and continued through the weekend. Hundreds of protesters were arrested across the country, and photos of well-known activist DeRay Mckesson being put in handcuffs by multiple officers quickly circulated social media sites. However,… More »


5 Police Officers Killed In Dallas Shooting At Black Lives Matter Protest

Multiple snipers shot Dallas police officers, five of whom died by early Friday morning. More »


A Minnesota Police Shooting Leaves Another Black Man Dead, The Aftermath Live-Streamed On Facebook

Like the death of Alton Sterling in Louisiana Tuesday, Wednesday’s shooting was captured on video, but instead of popping up online in the following days, it was streamed live on Facebook by a passenger in the car. More »


Officer Caesar Goodson Jr. Was Acquitted For Freddie Gray’s Death, And No One Has Been Held Responsible Yet

On Thursday, Baltimore police officer Caesar Goodson Jr. was acquitted on charges of second-degree murder, manslaughter, second-degree assault, reckless endangerment, and misconduct in office. He was the third of six officers to stand trial, and so far, no one has been convicted for Freddie Gray’s death. Goodson was driving the van Gray was transported in, where it’s believed… More »


Newly Released Transcripts Of The Orlando Shooter’s 911 Calls Paint A Clearer Picture Of What Happened

On Monday, the FBI released transcripts of the 911 calls made by the Orlando shooter, Omar Mateen, during the terrorist attack, offering more insights into what actually happened inside Pulse nightclub June 12. According to the transcripts, the Orlando shooter said, “I did the shootings,” and claimed there was a vehicle with explosives attached outside Pulse. Partial transcripts of… More »


The Lesbian Couple Jailed For Kissing In Hawaii Just Received An $80,000 Settlement

After an officer confronted them for kissing, the gay couple was jailed in Honolulu. They’re getting a settlement, but the officer remained on full duty until retired this year. More »


Family Of Tamir Rice Will Get $6 Million Settlement From Cleveland After 12-Year-Old’s Death

In November 2014, 12-year-old Tamir Rice was shot to death by Cleveland police mere seconds after they responded to a 911 call about someone brandishing a toy gun at a city park. Today comes word that the family of Tamir Rice will get a $6 million settlement from the city of Cleveland, the end result of… More »


Ohio Police Post Pictures Of Found Crystal Meth Saying, ‘We’re Sorry For Your Loss’

When the Macedonia Police Department found $160 of crystal meth in a hotel room trash can, they didn’t take the issue lying down (the beds were too gross). Instead, they posted pictures of the drugs on Facebook, along with a funny lost and found message.
“We are sure this was done as an accident… More »


There Are Now Dogs Being Trained To Sniff Out Kiddie Porn

We’ve seen drug sniffing dogs and bomb sniffing dogs, but the idea of sniffing out porn seems too disgusting to put even an animal on the case. That is, until now. In Montgomery County Texas authorities are working to train a porn dog, which is exactly what it sounds like: canine that is supposed to help… More »


Miami Police Voted To Boycott Beyonce’s April Concert

Guess who won’t be falling into formation? The Miami police.

Huffington Post reports that a police union in Miami, Florida voted to boycott the Formation Tour stop in their town following her controversial Super Bowl halftime show performance. Read more on College Candy…More »


Philly Police Offer Kanye West A Job

More good news for Kanye West: First, fans set up a website to raise money for him after he announced that he was $53 million in debt. And now the Philly police department is reaching out with a job offer. Read more on Newser…More »


Making A Murderer, “Biased” Journalism & Necessary Outrage

The outrage that recent true crime series have inspired should not be diminished in favor of handwringing over journalistic imperfections. Anything that successfully chips away at the cult-like reverence with which our country treats those who make and enforce laws should be encouraged. More »


Man Ordered To Inform Cops Before Having Sex

A seemingly bizarre court order in the UK has been making news around the world. The court in York, England, granted a police request to order a man to inform police at least 24 hours before having sex, and to “disclose the details of any female including her name, address, and date of birth,” the… More »


Roommate Takes Shower ‘Too Early,’ Things Unravel

“Is it the most effective use of police resources? No.” That’s what a Toronto officer had to say after authorities responded to an alleged assault that resulted in minor injuries at an apartment in the city on Tuesday. The problem? Someone apparently got upset that their roommate had woken up too early to take a… More »


Officer Who Assaulted Female Student Had History Of Violence

Spring Valley High School resource officer Ben Fields has been placed on administrative leave while the Sheriff’s Department investigates the incident. More »


Video Shows Officer Choking And Violently Slamming HS Girl To The Ground

Police in South Carolina are investigating an altercation between a female high school student and the school’s resource officer after a video of the incident started to circulate on social media. The video was taken inside a classroom at Spring Valley High School in Columbia, and shows a male police officer approaching a female student’s desk before suddenly and forcefully grabbing… More »


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