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WATCH: Minneapolis Cop Charged for Kicking Man in Face and Lying About It

WATCH: Minneapolis Cop Charged for Kicking Man in Face and Lying About It

These days it is not uncommon for cops to get arrested for assault. But Officer Christopher Reiter, 36, of the Minneapolis Police Department took things way too far when he kicked Mohamed Osman while he was already down on the ground. Osman suffered severe brain injuries, brain ble ...
Wisconsin Deputy Slams 15 Shots of Vodka, Steals Man’s Sweatshirt, Passes Out in Patrol Car, Blames Bartender

Wisconsin Deputy Slams 15 Shots of Vodka, Steals Man’s Sweatshirt, Passes Out in Patrol Car, Blames Bartender

How many shots does it take for a cop to pass out in their patrol vehicle while in uniform and on-duty as a police dog helplessly sits in the backseat? It took 15 shots of vodka for a Wisconsin deputy to do just that. St. Croix County Sheriff's Deputy Ryan Fowler ended up having a ...
Wisconsin Sheriff David Clarke Detains Man for Looking at Him the Wrong Way on Airplane

Wisconsin Sheriff David Clarke Detains Man for Looking at Him the Wrong Way on Airplane

Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke had a man detained for looking at him the wrong way on an airplane Sunday.  Or for mocking him over a football game. Or, if you believe the sheriff, for making him fear for his life. "Next time he or anyone else pulls this stunt on a plane they ...
REHIRED: Minnesota Deputy Convicted Of Drunkenly Beating K9 Partner After Groping Casino Patrons

REHIRED: Minnesota Deputy Convicted Of Drunkenly Beating K9 Partner After Groping Casino Patrons

A Minnesota sheriff's deputy who was convicted of animal cruelty on his own K9 service dog in a video recorded beating has been rehired by the Ramsey County Sheriff's Office. The Law Enforcement Labor Services police union fought to keep the convicted criminal cop Brett Barry on publi ...
Missouri won’t Exonerate Innocent Man Because He’s not on Death Row

Missouri won’t Exonerate Innocent Man Because He’s not on Death Row

Eyewitness testimony from a 7-year-old girl who saw her mother stabbed to death was the “linchpin” that put Rodney Lincoln behind bars for life for the April 1982 murder of a St. Louis woman. The deciding factor for the outcome is now doubting her own story, and she wants her mother’s ...