Fired La Mesa Police Officer Matthew Dages was acquitted of lying in his police report about the violent arrest of a Black man whose brutal treatment from cops was recorded on bodycam video.
When police officers in Dayton, Ohio, moved to forcibly remove Clifford Owensby from his car so they could have a K9 unit perform what the department calls a “free air sniff,” they had been informed repeatedly that he was disabled, but that didn't stop them from dragging him from his car by his hair.
Andre' Hill, 47, was identified as the victim in the Dec. 22 police shooting that has again stirred national attention over law enforcement's incessant use of excessive force.
State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced that prosecutors will investigate the cases of three Baltimore officers who were accused of planting drugs.
Bills Passed In North Carolina & Missouri Aimed At Restricting Access To Police Body & Dash Cam Videos
The states of North Carolina and Missouri are making it harder for individuals to obtain video recorded by police body cameras and dash cams. North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory and Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon have both signed bills regulating the release of video recordings from police body and dashboard cameras. In North Carolina, the law will allow the people […]
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