1. nodle

    Amazon handed Ring footage to police without user consent

    I am not surprised. I don't use Ring, but I can guarantee that every one of these camera companies have done this. Amazon handed Ring footage to police without user consent (msn.com)
  2. nodle

    People stealing mail and packages

    I keep meaning to make this thread, but always seem to forget. So what's up with America's new found addiction of stealing packages and not getting in trouble for it? Thankfully I haven't heard of that problem around here, but I know on the West and East coasts that this is a major problem that...
  3. D

    Police kill armed man in his own home during gun confiscation

  4. D

    The Perfect Phone For Filming Police Brutality

    I thought this was poignant. https://www.amazon.com/Perfect-Filming-Police-Brutality-Carmichael/dp/B01MQMQ2DS/ref=sr_1_3?s=instant-video&ie=UTF8&qid=1521588914&sr=1-3&keywords=police+brutality
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    Police Seize Vaccine Research From Doctors’ Home, Laboratory

    "The police snatched all of the digital assets owned by the husband and wife team of nanopathologists, grabbing laptops, computers, and flash-drives—and with it, years of work and research. Because Gatti and Montanari had taken their research of nanodust and nanoparticles, from in-vivo...
  6. nodle

    Mercedes AMG attempts to run over cop in Timesquare

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    How Police Departments Use Civil Forfeiture to Collect Billions

    Based on laws that originated from the War on Drugs in the 1980s, police departments around the country are able to seize a person’s cash and property without charging them with a crime. 
  8. nodle

    New police dash cam - roof mounted

    So in light of a recent news story where a police dash cam did not capture a whole event since it took place on the drivers side door of the police vehicle. Why not have a new type of camera on police vehicles. No longer dash cams but a low profile roof mounted camera system than cam see 360...
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    Device Allows Cops Access to All of Your Smartphone Activity

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    The Threat to American Public Is the American Police State

    Welcome to Cop Land, where the police make all the rules.
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    Supreme Court Rules Cops Can Break the Law to Enforce the Law

    In another devastating blow to the 4th Amendment, on Monday (Jun 20, 2016), the Supreme Court ruled that evidence of an alleged crime can be used against a defendant even if police did something inappropriate or even illegal to obtain it. Source SourceWith that in mind, this is how to handle a...
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    Addicted to bikes outrunning cop vids

    Comment section, "The guy in the Number 3 video is a motha fuckin savage for losing that cop by going through the center divider on the freeway."
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    The Criminalization of Nearly Everything

    America has more laws, more prisoners, and spends more money on putting people behind bars than ever before. Radley Balko looks at the frightening expansion of prosecutorial power in America, and what it means that we now use the criminal justice system to address so many of our problems.
  14. nodle

    Police seek to ID woman who says she's a mermaid

  15. nodle

    Coming to a neighborhood near you

  16. ryanator

    Ukraine Police - 'hey guys look at my AK'.

    So I was in a bank in Kiev this morning, and while there, they had the courier come in with a police officer (standard policy), brandishing his pistol grip AK in hands. He shook hands with the on duty unarmed local bank security guy who locked the door to the entrance. They completed what they...
  17. nodle

    Making police carry their own insurance

    So everyday, and I mean everyday I see more and more videos on the internet and news stations about police abusing their power. Tasing, killing etc. Most of them end up getting "suspended with pay" Which is basically a vacation. Rarely they are ever tried or stand accountable for their actions...
  18. nodle

    Chinese Police self-defence

    I would like to see this guy in some MMA.
  19. nodle

    Police can now legally take DNA samples of any detainee

    1984 just playing out. I can't even believe this is allowed. Have they forgotten our fourth amendment? <blockquote class="ipsBlockquote"> WASHINGTON (AP) - A sharply divided Supreme Court on Monday said police can routinely take DNA from people they arrest, equating a DNA cheek swab to...
  20. nodle

    Don't run over cops in your ferrari