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Dec 16

Jury Foreman On Michael Slager Trial May Have Been Coerced Into Mistrial

This was originally posted by MONIQUE JUDGE and can be found HERE.      The lone black juror who also served as foreman during the Michael Slager trial had a pending felony charge against him that was mysteriously dropped by prosecutors during the Slager trial. Dorsey Montgomery, 34, was indicted last year on the charge of […]

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Dec 16

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Police Give Back Stolen Marijuana

On 12/2/16 I received a live stream alert from Edward Grimes aka Lefty. He was at the Bayonne police department in New Jersey. Over the last few years New Jersey has had to make a major adjustment in their tactics. The legalization of medical marijuana has led to departments filled with staff members that are […]

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Nov 16

New Jersey Police Assault Man In Bunny Costume

Hopatcong, NJ On November 17th at 7:00 pm a live stream began on Facebook. The star of the video, known on Facebook as “Otis Spunkmeyer”, is Kevin Hemmerich. The video is being streamed by his brother Jason Hemmerich from the Facebook profile “Raymundo Thunk”. The video is instantly entertaining because Kevin is in a bunny […]

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Nov 16

Million Mask March Allentown Pennsylvania

The Million Mask March is a worldwide, annual protest associated with the hacktivist group Anonymous occurring annually on Guy Fawkes Day, November 5th. The motive for the March varies, but includes some consistent themes prevalent in the Anonymous movement, including: corruption in politics, demilitarization, police violence, and self-governance. Anonymous, originally a group of internet forum […]

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Nov 16

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Man Gets Arrested For Paying Fine In Pennies

Paying a fine in pennies as a form of protest has become quite popular. Ever since the monster internet video staring activist Brett Sanders, some have even declared a penny revolution is on the horizon. Some people have also come out against this form of protest. By bringing the topic into the mainstream media, it […]

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Oct 16

PA Lawmakers Approve Ban on Naming Officers in Incidents

UPDATE 2: The call campaign was sucessful! Governor Tom Wolf vetoed this bill! UPDATE: Pennsylvania’s Governor, Tom Wolf, is tallying the number of calls received in which citizens request him to veto this bill. Call him & voice your concerns ASAP: (717) 787-2500 HARRISBURG-  The PA State House and Senate voted in bipartisan fashion to pass […]

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Oct 16

The REAL Reason Kathleen Kane Went to Jail

Government policed itself, you might be saying, after this news broke this afternoon.  But, did it police itself, or did it protect itself from a reckless newcomer.  Here is the gist of the news that just broke this afternoon: PHILADELPHIA-  Kathleen Kane, the former Attorney General of PA, and once rising star of the Democrat […]

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Oct 16

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Lawsuit: Allentown Officer Breaks Suspect's Jaw

Allentown Police officers Joseph Iannetta and Patrick Bull, along with former chief Joel Fitzgerald, Allentown’s mayor Ed Pawlowski, & the city itself, have been named in a lawsuit filed on Thursday by Hector Medina-Pena. The suit alleges use of excessive force, failure to properly train officers, turning a blind eye to misconduct & failing to intervene. It also […]

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Oct 16

PA Makes Police Video Exempt From Public Records Requests

On Wednesday, 10/19/2016, the PA Senate passed a bill which would exempt recordings from law enforcement’s body cameras and dashboard cameras from public records requests. The bill would make it nearly impossible to obtain footage of police misconduct, or anything that is in the public interest, even if the person requesting it appears in the video. […]

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Oct 16

Disassociation Nation Podcast: "Policing the Power"

On October 3rd, 2016, another awesome episode of Disassociation Nation, entitled “Policing the Power,” aired LIVE on FPRN Radio. Niz and Paul were joined by Severin Freeman of the Freedom Paradox. Tonight’s conversation started with a discussion about modern policing. In the B-block tonight, our conversation shifted to Sunday, October 2nd’s presidential “Duh-bate.” After the half-time break, the […]