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How To Fight Speeding Tickets

Ex-cop offers insider tips for fighting speeding tickets

October 27th, 2015

If you’ve been pulled over for speeding and you think you’re innocent, there are ways to fight your speeding ticket that will increase your chances of getting off the hook. Writing over at The Raw Story, former police officer Roy Reyer (a.k.a., “Radar Roy”) offers some essential tips for anyone who wants to challenge their speeding …

Weaponized Drones

Cops in North Dakota can now arm Drones with tasers and tear gas

August 27th, 2015

The idea of weaponized drones might sound like something you’d see in a sci-fi movie, but you might end up seeing it in the real world before you know it. Following the passage of a new bill in North Dakota, police in that state now have the green light to launch and use drones armed …

Police Abuse Of Power

Video: A dozen cops savagely beat and tase a man while he screams for help

July 10th, 2015

There are good police officers, and there are bad ones — it’s like anything else. Good cops devote their lives to protecting law-abiding citizens, and they work within the confines of the law. Bad cops cut corners, abuse their power and operate with reckless abandon. Unfortunately for a 22-year-old Philadelphia man identified as Tyree Carroll, he encountered about …

Police StingRay Phone Spy Tool

Cops are investing in an expensive new spy tool that they’re forbidden from talking about in public

March 16th, 2015

A new spy tool that’s being referred to as StingRay or KingFish is a sophisticated cell phone spying and tracking tool that’s so secret that it requires law enforcement agencies to sign non-disclosure agreements before buying one. Equally disturbing is its price: The New York Times reports that one device costs $502,000, followed by $42,000 in yearly charges. All …

Police Officer Stole Naked Pictures

Police officer who stole naked pictures from a perp’s phone isn’t going to jail

January 28th, 2015

It might not come as much of a surprise, but another police officer has been convicted of wrongdoing. Ars Technica reports that Sean Harrington, a former California Highway Patrolman (who has since resigned from the force), pleaded no contest after being charged with criminal felony charges for stealing and distributing naked photos from two arrested citizens’ phones. …