Crowley Police Chief K.P. Gibson
A Louisiana woman was arrested for video recording inside a police station Sunday, her camera seized as “evidence,” a small-town police department operating without oversight or accountability.
It was the latest act of abuse by the Crowley Police Department against Theresa Richard, a 44-year-old woman who has been having issues with them since her daughter and granddaughter were killed in a house fire last year.
A man about to catch a flight at Newark Liberty International Airport took a photo of an Air Canada kiosk and was quickly confronted by an employee who ended up deleting about a dozen photos this morning.
The man, who posted his story on Flyer Talk, made the mistake of handing her the camera in the first place, rather than switching to video mode and asking her what gave her the authority to forbid photography inside the ironically named airport.
PINAC editor Jeff Gray has been having great success in walking into government buildings and making public records requests as he video records, indicating that North Florida agencies are much more compliant about the state public records laws than South Florida government agencies.
He just hasn’t had much success in making it out of the parking lot without getting detained.
Cook County prosecutors spent two years conducting an “exhaustive” investigation on a Chicago police officer who drank several before beers before shooting a man to death after the man pointed a cell phone at him.
Yet not once during those two years did prosecutors speak to officer Gildardo Sierra, who had shot two other men in the six months prior to the 2011 shooting, including one fatally.
A Canadian man receiving a parking citation in downtown Montreal decided to step out of his car and take a picture of the police car.
He ended up getting beat up, handcuffed and arrested.