Monthly Archives: July 2008

LAPD chief opposes tougher laws against paparazzi

For once, a high-ranking police officer is defending photographers. This surprising revelation arose Thursday as several Los Angeles officials convened to discuss creating tougher laws against celebrity photographers. Los Angeles Police Chief William Bratton called the new proposals a

Read More »

NYPD proving to be out of control

Another video has emerged showing an overly aggressive New York City cop brutalizing a citizen. This time, it is officer Maurice Harrington repeatedly bashing the legs of a suspect as another cop tries to handcuff him. The suspect, 46-year-old Michael Cephus, can be heard yelling out

Read More »

Greetings from Mexico

I finally got to my hotel in Merida after traveling all day. We took the long way, from Miami to Mexico City, then to Merida, which is in the Yucatan penisula. I am here on a journalist assignment, so it’s not all fun and games. However, I’m traveling with a fun group of peopl

Read More »

Story continues below...

Want to support the investigative journalism you're reading on Use this button to make a donation of any amount to "The PINAC Fund"

Please donate to The PINAC Fund a 501(c)3 charitable fund that supports our investigative journalism efforts. Once we reach 1000 subscribers, then we'll launch the ad free and premium version for subscribers!

Monthly Tax Deductible Donation to the PINAC Fund