North Carolina legislature has overridden a veto of a law that will allow businesses to sue employees who report illegal or unethical corporate behavior. Republican Governor Pat McCrory vetoed the bill that provided for businesses to pursue civil charges against employees who photograph, shoot video even if the intent is to expose wrongdoing.
The number of people killed by police so far this year topped 500 this week as the nationwide epidemic of police violence continued, with cops killing 20 people over the past seven days alone.
Florida couple arrested and charged with felony neglect after their 11-year-old son was left alone in the back yard playing basketball for 90 minutes. A busy body neighbor decided this was far too dangerous, and called the cops. The child was taken from the parents and placed in foster care.
Sean Toon, McKinney, Texas man who called the cops on bathing suit-clad teenagers at a pool party; According to the Guardian, when Toon was 18, he and some friends went to a rival high school to abuse and murder the animals housed in the school’s agricultural center. Cows and pigs were cut and bruised, beaten with wooden boards, baby turkeys limbs torn apart; plead guilty to the attack, fined $300, sentenced to 285 days in jail in 2000 Same year charged with “aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.” plea deal sentence 75 days in jail.
Benjamin Farias pulled over by NYPD he thought it was suspicious, decided to turn his cell phone on and start recording. He couldn’t fathom any good reason for his sudden arrest. It turns out, the cops couldn’t think of a good reason either. They fractured his wrist
US senators plan to force all American law enforcement agencies to report killings by their officers. Senators Barbara Boxer of California and Cory Booker of New Jersey proposed legislation, demands all states submit reports to US Department of Justice, bring “transparency and accountability to law enforcement agencies nationwide”.
Police have not given any details about what happened when officers entered the garage, aside from the fact that the victim was shot in the face, none of the officers were injured. not indicated that the man hurt or threatened anyone in any way. Victim reportedly ran from police when they approached him, attempted to hide in a nearby garage.
YouTube reporter RedSilverJ covers the new Obama regulation that restricts speech about firearms; 20 years in jail and $1 million fines for gun speech resulted in the NRA saying gun blogs, videos, web forums threatened by speech laws.
Martial law include forced settlement of citizens of a foreign country that threatens to attack or conduct aggression against Ukraine, labor duty for the population, expropriation of property, prohibits meetings and gatherings, activities of certain political parties; introduces media regulation, curfew; limits freedom of movement for citizens and so on.
A full-scale revolt was the result when Ukrainian servicemen try to issue draft papers to passengers on a city bus. Army and police officers attempted to hand out draft papers on a commuter bus in Zaporizhia, Ukraine. The result was a bus full of furious people.
Robert Jonathan Seacat, suspected shoplifting allegedly picked Lech’s home at random when on the run from police. Lech: the home he recently purchased looked like it had been in a war zone. Nearly every room on second floor had holes blown into the walls.
Localities in nearly every state authorize "pay-to-stay" fees on prisoners for everything from medical costs, food, clothes, police transport, case filing, felony surcharges, electronic monitoring, drug testing. These fees are near impossible for some. Attempt to shift costs from the government to those accused.
Arrested for drug probation violation; strip searched, did not resist the corrections officers, police noticed a plastic baggie protruding from Tapia’s vagina. Instead of taking Tapia to a doctor to remove baggie officer Blanca Zapater sprayed a chemical agent directly on her genitals twice. Suffered “severe pain, burning, swollen genitals, painful urination,” for weeks according to court records. ACLU New Mexico: it stands out, never litigated a case like this before.
Police officers were in some sort of feeding frenzy as they were rounding up young teens, armed only with their swimsuits. Officer pulled his gun to ward off good Samaritans who attempted to stop his brutal attack on a young woman. Two of the crazed officer’s co-workers stopped him from shooting people.
The death of 21-year-old computer science student Matthew Ajibadein police custody ruled a homicide from blunt force trauma resulted in termination of nine deputies who strapped him to a restraining chair on New Year’s Day and allegedly beat him to death.
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