Earlier this week we published a link to an online database where you can look to see what kind of military equipment your local county is stockpiling. Several other publications have linked to this database as well. I heard from … Continue reading →
Remember that time the LAPD executed a man on live television? On Wednesday, Los Angeles City Council voted on a five million dollar settlement to his family. The lawsuit filed by the man's parents, alleged that police were inadequately trained, used excessive force and committed battery and negligence, ABC reports. Brian Beaird was a 51…
Randy L. Dixon Rivera's insight:
Oops the #MSM pulled out (backed off the zoom lens) too late in an attempt to help conceal a police execution.......... bingo!
Police Cadet Michael William Little, of Knoxville, Tennessee was shot and killed after he opened fire on his ex-girlfriends family, killing one of the guests at the home, and wounding several others. Little allegedly became hostile when he showed up at the house 2 weeks after him and his ex-girlfriend Ashley Womack broke up. When…
Police said a suspect in an officer-involved shooting in downtown Orlando was reaching for his waistband when an officer fired his gun nine times early Tuesday morning, injuring the suspect and killing a bystander inside Vixen Bar.
(CN) - Keeping Congress in the dark about the plan to exchange five Taliban detainees from Guantanamo Bay for U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, a Taliban prisoner of war, was illegal, the Government Accountability Office found Thursday. Bergdahl is a U.S. soldier who was held captive by the Taliban in Afghanistan from June 2009 to May 2014 when he was freed in a prisoner exchange. Though the Department of Defense used $988,400 of Army appropriations funds to make the transfer, the Department of Defense Appropriations Act of 2014 specifically forbids the use of appropriations funds to transfer a Guantanamo detainee to a foreign county, except in accordance with the 2014 National Defense Authorization Act.
As many have noted, Ferguson, Missouri, currently looks like a war zone. And its police—kitted out with Marine-issue camouflage and military-grade body armor, toting short-barreled assault rifles, and rolling around in armored vehicles—are indistinguishable from soldiers.
America has been quietly arming its police for battle since the early 1990s.
En condición crítica uno de los policías heridos: Geniel Amaro Fantauzzi, de 35 años, permanece bajo un pronóstico muy reservado debido a los impactos de bala que recibió en el cuello y el torso en el tiroteo en Las Piedras
Puerto Rico is an unincorporated territory of the United States located in the Caribbean Sea. It is a small island with a population of almost four million citizens. On July 25, 1898, during the Spanish American War, United States invaded Puerto Rico and commenced a long relationship between the two. With this list, I’ll try […]