NO JAIL for Cops Who Kidnapped Teen and Raped Her In the Police Van

NO JAIL for Cops Who Kidnapped Teen and Raped Her In the Police Van By Matt Agorist It has been nearly two years since then 18-year-old Anna Chambers accused two on-duty NYPD officers of raping her in the back of a police van on the night of September 15th, 2017. As emphatically as she claims she was raped and did not consent to having sex with two police officers, she asserts not only have the police continued to attempt to intimidate her but the very justice system she looked to…

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Amazon Ring Doorbell Camera Surveillance Now Working With 400 Police Forces

Amazon Ring Doorbell Camera Surveillance Now Working With 400 Police Forces By B.N. Frank “I always feel like somebody’s watchin’ me and I have no privacy Oh, I always feel like somebody’s watching me.  Tell me is it just a dream.”  Rockwell Most of us old enough to remember when Rockwell’s hit song first hit the air waves probably never dreamed that this was how our lives would become.  “Surveillance Capitalism” is real and fabulous for businesses but not for those who cherish their privacy.  It’s creepy and annoying when businesses…

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Cop Gets Rare 5 Year Prison Sentence for Beating 15yo Boy to the Point of Hospitalization

Cop Gets Rare 5 Year Prison Sentence for Beating 15yo Boy to the Point of Hospitalization By Matt Agorist Police officers beat people on video, a lot. And, more often than not, the officers will keep their jobs in spite of video evidence of the attack. However, an attack on a teenager by an Atlanta cop was so egregious that it did, in fact, cost him his job. And now, it is costing him his freedom. Officer Matthew Johns was indicted on eight felonies for the savage beating of a 15-year-old…

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Mass Surveillance: NJ Cops Turn Individuals’ Phones Into Spying Devices

Mass Surveillance: NJ Cops Turn Individuals’ Phones Into Spying Devices By Mac Slavo It’s for their own good, of course! A New Jersey police department has unveiled technology that will allow 911 operators to stream video from callers’ smartphones. For the time being, callers have to turn on the live video stream, meaning they are consenting and giving the police permission to see what’s happening as they call. This is the first step to automatic surveillance upon calling people who are assumed to be there to help. According to RT,…

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Houston Cop Who Lied About Raid that Killed Innocent Couple—Charged with Murder

Houston Cop Who Lied About Raid that Killed Innocent Couple—Charged with Murder By Matt Agorist Houston, TX — The murder of an innocent Houston couple made national headlines earlier this year as police took to smearing their names and threatening those who didn’t believe their official narrative. As the months passed, we learned that the Houston police department’s raid on the home of Dennis Tuttle and Rhogena Nicholas was based on lies and they were murdered for no reason. In May, the case had reached a turning point after the…

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Unsettling Study Names American Police as 6th Leading Cause of Death for Young Men

Unsettling Study Names American Police as 6th Leading Cause of Death for Young Men By Matt Agorist A rather shocking study published this month by the Proceedings of the National Academy of the Sciences, names police officers as the sixth leading cause of death among young men. Police killings were only preceded in frequency by accidental death, a category that includes drug overdoses and car accidents, at 76.6 deaths per 100,000, followed by suicide (26.7), other homicides (22.0), heart disease (7.0), and cancer (6.3). These killings by police include shooting,…

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Mom Thrown in Jail, Her Child Stolen—for Successfully Treating Her Cancer with CBD Oil

Mom Thrown in Jail, Her Child Stolen—for Successfully Treating Her Cancer with CBD Oil By Matt Agorist In the land of the free, parents whose children voluntarily wish to abstain from chemotherapy and have their parent’s consent, can and will be kidnapped and their parent jailed. This is exactly what is happening to Christina Dixon and her daughter Kylee—in spite of the fact that stopping chemo and using alternative treatment has worked. “The only reason I’m in this position is because I stood up for my daughter’s life when she…

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Outrage After Police Photographed Taking Wheelchairs from Injured Homeless and Crushing Them

Outrage After Police Photographed Taking Wheelchairs from Injured Homeless and Crushing Them By Eoin Higgins Boston, MA — (CD) Police in Boston Tuesday night reportedly destroyed three wheelchairs belonging to homeless city residents in a garbage truck compactor as part of a crackdown targeting the city’s transient population. “Operation Clean Sweep” began August 2 after a county corrections officer was allegedly struck during a fight involving a number of people on “Methadone Mile,” a stretch of the city near Massachusetts Ave. and Melnea Cass Boulevard where there are a number of clinics and…

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Amazon’s Ring Is a Perfect Storm of Privacy Threats

Amazon’s Ring Is a Perfect Storm of Privacy Threats By Matthew Guariglia Doors across the United States are now fitted with Amazon’s Ring, a combination doorbell-security camera that records and transmits video straight to users’ phones, to Amazon’s cloud—and often to the local police department. By sending photos and alerts every time the camera detects motion or someone rings the doorbell, the app can create an illusion of a household under siege. It turns what seems like a perfectly safe neighborhood into a source of anxiety and fear. This raises…

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How Qualified Immunity Became Absolute Immunity for Police Officers

How Qualified Immunity Became Absolute Immunity for Police Officers By Chris Calton When Israel Leija, Jr. was picking up food at a drive-through in 2010, police officers approached his car to arrest him. Leija was guilty of violating his probation, and when the officers informed him that he was under arrest, he sped away. For the next twenty minutes, Leija led the police on a high-speed chase. During the chase, the police used standard tactics to stop Leija. Anticipating his possible routes, they deployed tire spikes in three different areas.…

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