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Innocent Man Smeared in Dallas Police Shooting

Innocent Texas Man Smeared without Vindication from Dallas Police Shooting This story of the Dallas Police Shooting makes me sad and angry simultaneously. Mark Hughes, a legal gun owner, carried his AR-15 rifle during the BLM protest in Dallas, Texas. In theory, he has that right in open carry Texas. His brother, Cory, is a leader in the movement. When a sniper began shooting and killing police, Cory wisely told… Read More »

Eric Frein: The Manhunt Continues

Law enforcement still not able to find cop killer and FBI’s second most wanted Eric Frein On September 12th, survivalist and sharpshooter Eric Matthew Frein shot two Pennsylvania State troopers, killing one officer and injuring another. Due to the shooting, Frein made No.2 on the FBI’s top 10 most wanted list. Frein surpassed at least two people on the top 10 list who allegedly raped and murdered children (two at… Read More »

Warrantless Searches of Vehicles OK in PA

  PA Supreme Court rules police can conduct warrantless searches of vehicles Warrantless searches of vehicles by police are now legal in the State of Pennsylvania. On May 14th, Eric Boehm of the PA Independent reported that “The state Supreme Court ruled last week that police are allowed to search vehicles without a warrant. The state General Assembly, meanwhile, is moving forward with a bill that would give cops the… Read More »

Snitch Towns; Towns Ran by Snitches

Small towns ran by snitches Just about everyone in this world knows someone who’s a “snitch.” Snitch reference and definition A “snitch,” also referred to as a “rat,” is commonly defined as someone who is an informant and/or witness used by law enforcement and the criminal court system. This is a person who can be paid or unpaid, for services that can be temporary or for long periods of time… Read More »

Police Brutality Becoming a Social Norm

Police Brutality becoming commonplace in society With so many lawsuits and claims of assaults on civilians, Police Brutality is on a meteoric rise in the U.S.. Surely most of us are not naive enough to believe that police brutality is as rare as we’d like to believe, because it isn’t. Many cases of Police Brutality never get reported. According to USA Today, “Federal records show the vast majority of police… Read More »