Chicago: We’ll Probably Shoot Citizens Carrying Guns, Legal Or Not

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NYC Officer Shoots Shoplifter Son in Stomach

<p>A more-than-tough-love father is alleged to have <a title="Son shot in stomach by correction officer father says he's 'all right' - dad facing arraignment" href=" target="_blank">shot his son during an argument</a> about the boy's Saturday arrest for shoplifting, leaving the NYC correction officer facing charges for assault and weapons possessi

When Hot Headed Cops Disagree (VIDEO)

A New Jersey State Trooper was cruising down the Turnpike when he rolled up on what, in his eyes, may or may not have been a routine traffic stop initiated by a plain-clothes officer. So the Trooper was leery when he saw the unannounced, plain-clothes police officer in an unmarked van in the same spot. Gun drawn, he walked towards the officer, later identified as Officer Robert Duboue, and demanded he identify himself.

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If America follows Canada's example,...

The peaceful, law-abiding homeowner is being charged with the crime of defending himself and his home, while a firebomber attacks. It is all on video.

Put yourself in his place. What would you do, if you knew you would be charged with a crime for protecting yourself?

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"Stop and Frisk": The rest of opinion and order

"[T]his case is not about the effectiveness of stop and frisk in deterring or combating crime. This Court’s mandate is solely to judge the constitutionality of police behavior, not its effectiveness as a law enforcement tool. Many police practices may be useful for fighting crime — preventive detention or coerced confessions, for example — but because they are unconstitutional they cannot be used, no matter how effective. “The enshrinement of constitutional rights necessarily takes certain policy choices off the table."

Officer Paul Bradley Rogers’ Record Cleared Six Years After Accidentally Killing 5-Year-Old Austin Haley

A Noble, Okla., police officer, who accidentally shot and killed a child while trying to shoot a snake, has had his record cleared.

Six years ago, Jack Tracy was fishing with his 5-year-old grandson Austin Haley when two police were called to home on a report of a large snake dangling from a birdhouse. One of the officers, Paul Bradley Rogers, fired two shots from his gun. The bullets missed the snake, but one struck Haley, who was in the woods directly behind the home.

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POLICE BRUTALITY: Cop Turns off Dash Cam & Attacks Unarmed 66 Year Old Man with Dementia

So says this headline from a video from Eyewitness 9 News in Brevard Co. Fla.

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Lyons: Police raid felt like home invasion

After leaving her operating room scrub nurse duties at Sarasota's Doctors Hospital on Wednesday, Louise Goldsberry went to her Hidden Lake Village apartment.

Her boyfriend came over, and after dinner — about 8 p.m. — Goldsberry went to her kitchen sink to wash some dishes.

That's when her boyfriend, Craig Dorris — a manager for a security alarm company — heard her scream and saw her drop to the floor.

Goldsberry, 59, said she had looked up from the sink to see a man “wearing a hunting vest.”

He was aiming a gun at her face, with a red light pinpointing her.

Off-duty Ariz. cop fired for pointing gun at clerk

TUCSON, Ariz. — A Tucson, Ariz., police officer has been fired after authorities say he pulled a gun on a gas station attendant while off duty and apparently intoxicated.

Colorado Town Declaring ‘Open Season’ on Drones

<img src=" align="right" width="200">The small Colorado town of Deer Trail, population 546, is seeking to pass a local ordinance that would legalize the sport of drone-hunting. The law would create a licensing system that would certify drone hunters and allow them to collect bounties on drones.


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