Tag Archives: police accountability

Surprised? Police Union Rejecting New Technology that Tracks Cops’ Driving

Ford has announced that certain models of their police interceptor vehicles will now be equipped with new tracking technology that can monitor the driving behavior of on-duty officers. However, this model may not be popular with many departments. Police union representatives have already spoken out against this new feature, calling …

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Off-Duty Cop Finds $125,000 Cash in the Middle of the Road. Finds Owner, Returns it to Him

Contra Costa, CA — A man’s life savings has been recovered after an off-duty California Highway Patrol sergeant found over $125,000 in cash in the middle of a Concord roadway. A 20 year veteran with the California Highway Patrol, who wishes to remain anonymous, was driving in her personal vehicle Monday when …

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No Charges for Cops Who Disfigured Toddler with Grenade During Negligent Drug Raid

Habersham County, GA — In May of this year, during a multijurisdictional raid in Habersham County several heavily militarized police barged into a home at 3:00 am because an informant had purchased $50 worth of meth from someone who once live there. During the raid one of the uniformed men, tasked with caging people …

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After This Cop Got Schooled at DUI Checkpoint and the Video Went on Youtube, He Retaliated

This stunning abuse of authority shows clearly the lengths to which some officers will go to retaliate against citizens that flex their rights. Napa, Calif. – On August 22, Johnathan Travis Moore, was stopped at a DUI checkpoint in Napa, California, according to the Napa Valley Register. Passenger Ryan Tregaskis …

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Investigation: Firing of Cops is Very Rare, Despite Common Tax Payer Funded Payouts to Victims

A new months-long investigation conducted by the News Sentinel exposes a large problem of tax-payers being held liable for the negligent actions of police officers; rarely are the officers ever held accountable. The News Sentinel looked back through three years of claims against the Knox County Sheriff’s Office and the Knoxville …

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Prominent Community Activist Viciously Beaten by Police for Requesting to See Warrant

The Free Thought Project Jay Syrmopoulos July 29, 2014 Minneapolis- A visit to the home of prominent community activist Al Flowers, 55, by the Minneapolis Police, shortly after midnight on July 26, resulted in an alleged brutal beating of the former gubernatorial candidate and outspoken critic of the Minneapolis Police …

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Still Think that Police are ‘Public’ Servants? This Cop will have you think Otherwise.

“You will get off my property or you will go to jail!” April 28, 2014 A citizen journalist, going by the youtube handle Uncovering the Corruption was out in front of the Buncombe County Sheriff’s Department. He was practicing his freedom of speech on what he thought was public property. By …

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