Browsing All posts tagged under »Law Enforcement«

Police “Accidiently” Shoot 7 Year Old Girl

May 16, 2010


Oops… Oh, well, it could happen to the best of us. Right? Well, for anyone who carries firearms like myself the answer is, “no, no it can’t because I exercise some basic safety rules when handling a gun.” But, I digress… Detroit strikes again: “The shooting happened at 12:40 a.m., when officers from the Special […]

Excellent Video on The Consitution and the Patriot Act

April 22, 2010


I recently came across a video of a lecture given by Judge Andrew Napolitano to the Campaign for Liberty. The video was uploaded back in October, but the content is still very relevant. He makes some very interesting points that drive home just how far legislation like the Patriot Act has taken us from the […]

Maryland Cops Beat Student, Lie in Charging Documents

April 12, 2010


More extreme reactions by Maryland law enforcement. Saturday I posted a story about an off duty or plain clothes Maryland officer who’s speeding ticket looked more like a car jacking, today I found a video showing the assault of a University of Maryland student by several county police officers in full riot gear. The student, […]

Plain Clothes Officer Pulls Gun on Man for Speeding; Police Threaten to Jail Him for Recording the Incident

April 10, 2010


***UPDATED VIDEO AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS POST*** Whatever you do, don’t speed to work in Maryland. Apparently, the cops in that state believe the appropriate way to handle speeding is to use an unmarked car with no lights or sirens to cut off the speeder, forcing them to stop, then jump out the car […]

Police Use Entire Academy Class to Find Officer’s Wallet

April 7, 2010


If you ever got the impression that sometimes police take crimes committed against them more seriously than others, it seems you’re right. After a Lakewood, WA PD officer’s unmarked cruiser was broken into, and his wallet stolen, the police realized that they had to act. And so they did. “With the assistance of an entire […]

Secret Service Threatens to Confiscate Camaras

March 24, 2010


The New York Daily News is reporting that while at at a Broadway show on Sunday Michelle Obama’s Secret Service detail threatened to confiscate the cameras of anyone who took a picture of the First Lady. Perhaps our new queen thinks she has some whimsical authority, unfortunately I think this is the fault of the […]

Vancouver Police Ticket Man for Open Carry

March 21, 2010


Open carry, the practice of openly carrying a firearm secured in a holster, is perfectly legal in 43 states. Washington is one those states which does not prohibit this practice, but that’s a lesson that the Police Department of Vancouver apparently has not learned. A man who was seen in a Vancouver supermarket with a […]