Clovis, New Mexico police officer Brent Aguilar will not faces charges despite breaking a man's cheekbone while executing a violent and controversial takedown for "concealing one's ID" and allegedly "resisting arrest."
The victim, Jorge Corona, 26, was a passenger in a traffic stop. He drew the cop's ire after asking why the driver was pulled over, he then refused to produce ID after the cop turned his attention on him.
Video of the incident which occurred earlier this August shows Corona, who was in handcuffs, did not appear to show any resistance prior to the officer's violent takedown.
When Louisiana police officer Chester Lee Williams was confronted by two colorful Louisianian's for allowing his passenger to litter on the highway, the officer responded by immediately apologizing and writing himself and his passenger up for littering.
He responded the only way he knows how: with threats and intimidation.
Judge Jenifer Davis felt all evidence indicated Orlando Police Sergeant Frank Chisari was aware of such complaints against him, and the officer was merely playing "semantic games" by denying such knowledge.
A mentally unstable Miami Beach police officer, identified as Kenneth MacLeod, was filmed going on a psychotic tirade against a young man, Albert Valdes, for sarcastically saying "god bless you" after the officer wrote him a $1,000 ticket for having his license plate accidentally flipped up.
The officer, who appears to be experiencing a bout of roid-rage, threatened to throw Va... (more)
An anonymous police "official" whom the local media sheepishly failed to identify said while video showing one of their police officers cursing out a teenager and threatening to "beat the shit" out of him for looking him in the "fucking eyes" looks bad, the officer "no doubt" had "good reason" to be angry with the teen, but he should have maintained his "professional demeanor."
In what is being reported as signalling a shift to "American-style anti-terror tactics," Harper called for Canada's laws and police powers to be "strengthened in the areas of surveillance, detention and arrest."
The city of Chicago is expected to pay $150,000 to settle a federal lawsuit brought by a woman who accused police of hitting, threatening and berating her during a July 2013 raid at a North Side tanning salon.
Jianqing Klyzek sued 10 Chicago police officers in May, and the city decided to quick
A New York subway performer was arrested and violently assaulted by a NYPD officer for the crime of inadvertently making the officer look like a fool. Street performer Andrew Kalleen, 30, was arrested Friday of last week after explaining to the officer he was allowed to sing in the New York City subway the officer was patrolling, pointing to Section 1050.6c of the MTA's transit rules, whi... (more)
After another woman intervened to stop his beating, which occurred in Thompson's father's neighborhood outside his home which had recently been burglarized, the victim managed to escape, to which Thompson responded by smashing in her car ... (more)
In this clip out of Ankeny, Iowa "officer friendly" plays buddy-buddy with a man to try and con him into admitting marijuana usage as part of a dastardly ploy to imprison him and take away his freedom. The man instead stands up for his rights in the face of the manipulative costumed con-man and refuses to play his games, eventually being let go after telling the officer he's being filmed.
Alec Eugene Taylor, the psychotic Baltimore police officer who made headlines for strangling his girlfriend's puppy to death, then sending her pictures of the dog's dead corpse was sentenced to a single year in prison on animal cruelty charges. His lawyer said Taylor was under a lot of pressure and took his frustrations out on the dog, so I guess that makes it OK. I wonder how he treated ... (more)
After pulling a man over for an alleged "seat belt violation," 31-year-old South Carolina police officer Sean Groubert asked 35-year-old Levar Jones to get his license, then immediately unloaded on him when he reached into his car to grab it.
Goubert then proceeded to harangue his victim, ordering him to "put his hand behind his back" as Jones asks Groubert why in the world he... (more)
A teenager who knew his rights went to help a friend who was being harassed by police for underage drinking, yet the cops turned their sights on him, placing him in a chokehold when he refused to ID. The Ozaukee County Sheriff's Office say they reviewed the tape and said it was actually a "shoulder hold" and "proper police protocol," WISN reports. A simple viewing of the video shows it wa... (more)
Man Asks Cop For Help To Find Missing Girlfriend, Cop Beats Him With A Baton
posted 07/29/2014, 9:02 AM (InformationLiberation) [Category: Tyranny/Police State] A 13-year veteran St. Louis County, Missouri police officer allegedly beat a man in an "unprovoked show of force" after he asked him for help to find his missing girlfriend. Rather than offer help, Dawon Gore, 44, allegedly told the victim, Pierre Wilson, 24, that he should contact a department closer to his home, an answer which Wilson did not find satisfactory. An argument evidently ensued, after which Gore allegedly charged Wilson and proceeded to beat him with his baton, breaking three of ... (more)
Cop Shoots Couple's Dog, Threatens Jail For Trying To Save Dog's Life
posted 07/28/2014, 8:45 AM (InformationLiberation) [Category: Tyranny/Police State]
A Dekalb County, Georgia cop responding to a false alarm shot a couple's dog, then threatened to have the owner arrested for trying to rush him to the vet. Instead, the cop reportedly insisted they wait due to "procedure," which they did for 20 minutes after being threatened with jail, only to find out the procedure was just to take photographs of the dog's wounds. After an hour of suffering, the cop eventually let the couple take the dog to the vet, fortunately their dog didn't die from blood... (more)
SWAT Team Shoots Teen Girl & Her Dog During Pot Raid On Wrong Home
posted 07/25/2014, 6:14 AM (InformationLiberation) [Category: Tyranny/Police State] Orange County, Florida sheriff's deputies waging an armed raid for a suspected pot dealer entered a family's home guns blazing and shot a teen girl and her dog, only to find out the suspect they were looking for hadn't lived in the home for weeks -- despite their claim to have "surveilled" the home extensively prior to the raid. All the cops ended up finding was some perfectly legal ammunition and some pot seeds and marijuana paraphernalia. All charges against the suspect were later dropped, ... (more)
Our intelligence shows Russia is arming the separatists in Ukraine with rocket launchers, and they're firing artillery from within Russia to attack Ukrainian military positions, but we can't provide you with any evidence, so says State Department spokesmodel Marie Harf.
This is a full length documentary from VICE on the story of Jesse Snodgrass, a lonely autistic teenager who was befriended by an undercover cop who then tricked him into selling him weed so he could bust him. His parents say how he wasn't even so affected by being busted for selling marijuana, but was traumatized by the fact his only "fr... (more)
Infrared video of a botched sting operation shows police officers executing four men, including their own informant in a hail of bullets while they lay on the ground. Despite the informant having a recording device hidden in his watch, the watch mysteriously "disappeared," leaving investigators with no evidence to press charges against the officers.
GERMANTOWN, TN - (WMC) - Three Germantown police officers shot and killed a war veteran suffering from PTSD, who recently lost his father and was going through a divorce. He also was the father to a 2-year-old daughter; relatives say he adored her.
[...]Germantown police say when they arrived at Cameron Brown Park, Justin Davis
Video obtained through a FOIA request shows an officer lied when he claimed Fox News anchor Gregg Jarrett postured like he was going to "launch himself" at him and repeatedly yelled "f*ck you" at him to justify his violent arrest of the TV host on May 21st. ... (more)
When officer Jeffrey Bolger of the Baltimore City police came upon animal control agents who had restrained a 7-year-old shar-pei which had gotten loose, the officer took it upon himself to pull out a knife and violently slit the animal's throat, all while it was fully restrained and under control with its neck in a dog pole. The cop's actions were so vicious not even the police are defend... (more)
Despite withdrawing the ticket after the fraud was completely exposed, the chief defending his officer saying saying, “technically…the law says you stop at the stop sign, you move forward, stop ag... (more)
Getting directions on the road from Google Maps and other smartphone apps is a popular alternative to the expensive navigation aids included in some cars. The apps are also a gray area when it comes to laws banning the use of cellphones or texting while driving.
The Transportation Department wants to enter the argument.
A 780-pound steer headed for slaughter in West Baltimore seized a chance at freedom Friday, leaping a barbed-wire fence and taking a brisk two-mile walk along North Avenue that ended when the animal was gunned down by police in Mid-Tow