Government Corruption

Sorry We Broke In & Smashed Up Your House for no Reason, Here Kids, Have this Teddy Bear

May 6, 2014 In a supreme display of police incompetence, Kalamazoo SWAT raided a family home looking for a substance that the state deems illegal. However, the person they were looking for hadn’t lived at that address for over a year, so obviously they did not find their illegal substance. …

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VIDEO: Citizens Take Over Albuquerque City Council, Call For the Arrest of Chief

“We now serve a people’s warrant for arrest on Albuquerque Police Chief Gordon Eden.” May 6, 2014 Angry protesters took over Albuquerque City Council Monday night calling for immediate change at APD and the ousting of both Albuquerque’s Police Chief, Mayor and more. Protesters even called for the arrest and …

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Police Department Announces Plan to Smear Suspects on Twitter, Community Outraged

Police department’s plan to live-tweet prostitution sting received with criticism   RT.com May 4, 2014   A Maryland police department has infuriated members of its community and social media users across the US with the announcement that it will live-tweet a prostitution sting sometime next week, providing details about the …

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Tax Payer Money Well Spent, Undercover Police Raid Opening Night at Cleveland Art Gallery

May 4, 2014 In an effort to protect the world from the evils of creative expression, police raided opening night at artist Laren Naji’s Ohio city gallery. The criminal elements inside the gallery dared to give away beer and wine to would-be customers. Six or seven black-clad liquor agents arrived …

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Cyclist Arrested For Videotaping Cop During Red Light Stop

gothamist.com May 3, 2014 Photographing and videotaping anything in public view—including federal buildings and the police—is legal in NYC as long as the documentation does not impede any law enforcement activity. Nevertheless, plenty of people—including journalists—continue to be arrested and harassed by camera-shy NYPD officers. Will Paybarah, a 24-year-old Brooklyn …

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