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Dec 16

Bethlehem Township Corporal Assaults Another Person

When we are asked for an example of the worst local cop the name that always pops in my mind is surely Corporal Leonard Shepulski Jr. (Badge Number 616) Of the Bethlehem Township Police. Between his DUI and his domestic violence, you would think the departments locally would have nothing to do with this guy. He […]

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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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Oct 16

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Police Issue Arrest Warrant After Flexing Rights At A Traffic Stop

Yesterday a well-known and outspoken activist, Ryan Scott, was arrested at his home in Dekalb, Illinois. His charge? The good-old, famous “Obstruction.” The catch-all obstruction charge has, in the past, been used against people filming, not answering questions, and anything that makes an officer feel like you were a hindrance to them.  The charge is based […]

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Sep 16

Cops Profit off Gambling Profit in Northampton County

NORTHAMPTON COUNTY-  Northampton County Police are the beneficiaries of over $188,000 in gambling money from the Sands Casino Resort in Bethlehem PA.  This follows a round in April that approached $1 million.  This is legalized graft, plain and simple, and it creates an unholy alliance between the Sands and the police, with you, the “taxpayer” […]

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Sep 16

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Freedom Paradox Founder Crushes A Checkpoint

The Following Video shows an activists interaction with an officer (and later his supervisor) during a DUI checkpoint in Lehigh Township, Pennsylvania. The officer, who refused to identify himself even though he is required to, approaches and demands his driver’s license. Severin asks him to state what law he suspects him of having committed in […]

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Sep 16

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Freedom Paradox Founder Takes A Police Chief To School

Date of incident: 8-24-15 Recently we shared the story-  Freedom Paradox Founder Crushes A Checkpoint I promised to take a film crew to the police department to hold the officers accountable for refusing to identify themselves at the checkpoint and threatening to tow my car if I didn’t leave. When I arrived at the station […]

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Sep 16

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Is There Hope For Allentown Police Department?

Over the last year Allentown, Pennsylvania became a hot news topic, between multiple lawsuits for police brutality, corruption and the mayor’s office is being raided by the FBI, it would seem that from a reporter’s standpoint all you would have to do is stand in that town to get a story. I have a unique perspective […]

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Sep 16

Open Letter To Bethlehem City Police Chief

A few days ago, the chief of police in my town decided to cover up the identity of an off duty officer involved in a car accident. This was no ordinary accident though. The off duty officer involved hit two pedestrians, causing one to collapse, and both to need medical care in the hospital. Why does […]

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Sep 16

Pennsylvania State Police Refuse Judge's Subpoena For Footage

On October 16, 2015, Severin Freeman and two other Activists were conducting multiple First Amendment audits of local police stations in Lehighton, PA. The point of these exercises were to ensure the public’s right to record in public spaces was being respected. More often than not, the police ignored us & went about their business, so we […]