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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Posts Tagged ‘police’

OpEd News: December 5

OpEd News: December 5

This is a new feature at The Recorder Online. I have been selecting which articles to share with you, but since all are so relevant I will start republishing the entire list of I receive them each day. These are compilation of  articles and issues that may not be be addressed in the Main Stream Media (MSM) but are of vital importance in preserving journalistic freedom and democracy. While you may not agree with all of the writers, you will find them interesting and thought ... Full Story

Berthoud Man Indicted For Child Porn

Berthoud Man Indicted For Child Porn

  Berthoud police took Harmon into custody and recovered the stolen vehicle (photo) as reported in the April 26 Recorder "Police Beat."       Berthoud Man Indicted For Child Porn Tried To Fake Own Death BERTHOUD, Colo. (CBS4)- A Federal Grand Jury has indicted a man from Berthoud for child pornography. Investigators claim he tried to fake his own death after learning he was under investigation. The investigation into Rayburn Harmon included Berthoud, ... Full Story

Police vs Peaceful Protesters

Police vs Peaceful Protesters

  Pepper-Spraying Protesters Is Just the Beginning: Here Are More Hypermilitarized Weapons Your Local Police Force Could Employ By arming local police departments with military grade equipment, domestic policing has come to resemble a combat operation with citizens as the enemy. November 22, 2011 | On Friday, November 18, a group of UC Davis students staged a sit-in to protect their Occupy encampment from destruction by a horde of riot police. Seated on the ground, the students ... Full Story

Shifts In Police Tactics To Handle Crowds

Shifts In Police Tactics To Handle Crowds

        NPR's Talk of the Nation looked at the tactics police are using against the Occupy movement. Guests include Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey and Norm Stamper, Chief of the Seattle police during the "Battle of Seattle" in 1999. Stamper says of his decision to use tear gas on the demonstrators, "Worst decision of my 34-year career." You can listen to or read the transcript of the program.

Why I’m Joining the One Percent

    Forget the Occupy Movement Why I’m Joining the One Percent by BRIAN J. FOLEY I marched with Occupy Oakland last Saturday, but I’ve had a change of heart. I’m joining the One Percent. The One Percent have fun. They have jobs and money. Or just money, because when you have a lot of money, you don’t need to work. They live in houses, not tents. The One Percent have a government that actually listens to them. Lockheed needs a war to sell goods and ... Full Story

The Shocking Truth About the Crackdown on Occupy

The Shocking Truth About the Crackdown on Occupy

          The Shocking Truth About the Crackdown on Occupy The violent police assaults across the US are no coincidence. Occupy has touched the third rail of our political class's venality by Naomi Wolf US citizens of all political persuasions are still reeling from images of unparallelled police brutality in a coordinated crackdown against peaceful OWS protesters in cities across the nation this past week. An elderly woman was pepper-sprayed ... Full Story

No charges in officer involved shooting in Greeley

  District Attorney Investigation of the shooting of Jason Collins at the Fairfield Inn, Greeley, Colorado on October 28, 2011 SUMMARY OF INVESTIGATION On October 28, 2011, Jason Collins was shot and killed by officers of the Greeley Police Department SWAT team. Department of Homeland Security/ICE (DHS) agents had arranged for an undercover agent to meet with Collins at the Fairfield Inn Hotel located at 2401 29th Street, Greeley, Colorado. Agents of DHS had identified ... Full Story

Pregnant Seattle protester miscarries after being

Pregnant Seattle protester miscarries after being kicked, pepper sprayed

          Pregnant Seattle protester miscarries after being kicked, pepper sprayed By David Edwards Tuesday, November 22, 2011 A woman who was pepper sprayed during during a raid on Occupy Seattle last week is blaming police after she miscarried Sunday. Jennifer Fox, 19, told The Stranger that she had been with the Occupy protests since they started in Westlake Park. She said she was homeless and three months pregnant, but felt the need to join ... Full Story

Escalating police brutality

Escalating police brutality

  There are some new developments in the Occupy news. While the police brutality has been ongoing, the pepper-spraying of students at UC Davis has dramatically increased the anti-police sentiment in this country. Apparently I have not been alone in the premise that we are becoming a police state. Even Forbes Magazine has had enough. Let us start this journey with the article “Police Response to Wall Street is Absurd.”  Don’t miss the sidebar story “Police ... Full Story

10 Shockingly Violent Police Assaults on Occupy

10 Shockingly Violent Police Assaults on Occupy Protesters

Intro by Gary Wamsley Unfortunately you will not find "Main Stream Media" covering this side of the story. In this case, AlterNet has put together these 10 events and added some comments and context. The point is that police are not supposed to use more force than necessary. When they do it infuriates crowds and leads to confrontations. The unprovoked attacks in these videos is a chilling statement on the police state that the United States is becoming. The sight in some of these videos of ... Full Story

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