Two California cops were found to have acted in accordance with department policy when they killed an unarmed nonviolent teen, Dylan Noble, on video.
In Santa Cruz, it is illegal to throw things in the air, including footballs, beach balls, hacky sacks, and according to one cop, juggling.
A video of a disabled man being tormented by police has surfaced and has caused quite the controversy online as police refuse him his walker.
Another officer in the same department lost 8 vacation days for criticizing the mayor, while this cop gets only 5 for almost killing a boy with glass.
Austin cops were caught in an ominous and outright chilling act of stopping an innocent man on a bike just to photograph his body for a database.
"I just broke her arm," says the officer as he pulled her arm so high above her back that it snapped like a twig.
Three cops won't be charged for beating an innocent, handcuffed man over a syringe and flagrantly lying, even though the incident was caught on video and proves they lied.
A young businessman is left permanently disabled after police, without warning or justification forced their K9 to maul his naked body for nearly a minute.
Video evidence of Baton Rouge police beating an innocent teen boy was not sufficient enough to bring charges against any of the officers involved.
In spite of his fellow cops covering for him, video evidence of the violent cop stomping a handcuffed man's head has led to his arrest.