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Never Call the Cops Unless You Want Someone Killed: Iowa Man Reports Truck His Teen Son Took as Stolen, Police Kill Teen Son [UPDATED with Link to Dashboard Cam Video]

By Brian Doherty: Never, never call the cops unless you are ready for the situation to end with someone shot to death: a bitter lesson learned by James Comstock, whose teen son Tyler was shot to death Monday on the campus of Iowa State University. The details from Des Moines Register: James Comstock refused to buy a […]

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Government Policing Does Not Mix Well With Private Security

By Dave Albin: When government police fail to provide adequate protection, people turn to private security. Yet, when private security becomes inconvenient for the monopoly security force (i.e., the state), purchasers of private security are punished. Recently, public police departments in the Des Moines, Iowa area have been charging businesses and private homeowners for responding to […]

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Cops Say Legalize Drugs – John Baeza, former NYPD narcotics detective

John Baeza recounts his work as a prison guard at Sing Sing, where drugs were freely available, as a narcotics detective in Harlem, and how a near-death experience on an undercover buy led to an epiphany about drug prohibition.   via ▶ Cops Say Legalize Drugs – John Baeza, former NYPD narcotics detective – YouTube.

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Why is California Jailing Landscapers? Don’t Cops Have Better Things to Do?!

California suffers from one of the highest unemployment rates in the nation and the state is under court order to release 10,000 inmates, yet state agents are jailing people who manage to find home-improvement work. After placing ads on Craigslist, California State License Board investigators go undercover posing as homeowners, when landscapers, painters, and other […]

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Tallahassee Woman Assaulted by Police

By William Grigg: Under what circumstances, if any, is it appropriate for two large men to throw a small woman face-down into a paved street, shattering her face? Is such an act justified because the woman is drunk and unpleasant? Does the moral nature of the assault change because of the way the assailants are dressed? […]

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