Tag: police

Tuesday Tech Tip: Mobile Justice

The ACLU in California today released a free smart-phone app that allows people to send

RE: Double standards


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“Why did you shoot me? I was reading a book”: The new warrior cop is out of control

The raid on Sal Culosi was merely another red flag indicating yet more SWAT team

Don’t ever speak to the FBI without a tape recorder running and a lawyer present

The message from Robel’s prosecution and Silverglate’s advice is clear: do not talk to the FBI without your lawyer present. If Harvey’s decades long experience is any indication, chances are that the agents will politely decline to interview you if you and your attorney insist on creating an accurate record of an FBI interrogation. I’d say this […]

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Revealed: how the FBI coordinated the crackdown on Occupy

It was more sophisticated than we had imagined: new documents show that the violent crackdown on

The false link between photography & terrorism

First watch this video: Then read this article: On the same day that federal investigators pleaded with the public for photos and videos that would help them identify the Boston Marathon bombers, the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI released a memo stating the “discreet use of cameras or video recorders” could be interpreted as a sign that […]

security theater, martial law, and a tale that trumps every cop-and-donut joke you’ve ever heard

First, just in case it’s not utterly obvious, I’m glad that the two murderous cowards

Boston lockdown: the new normal?

I was wondering about this myself. Politico asks the question much better than I could: The