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Georgia Cop Admits to Being “Hit Man” for Criminal Gang in Federal Indictment

Georgia Cop Admits to Being “Hit Man” for Criminal Gang in Federal Indictment

A Georgia cop admitted to being a hit man for a violent criminal gang called the Gangster Disciples, using his position as a law enforcement officer to tip off fellow ganger members about a planned police raid on a bar frequented by the gang. Vancito Gumbs, who was forced to resign fr ...
Oklahoma Volunteer Deputy who “Paid to Play” Found Guilty of Killing Suspect

Oklahoma Volunteer Deputy who “Paid to Play” Found Guilty of Killing Suspect

It took less than three hours Wednesday for an Oklahoma jury to find a volunteer sheriff's deputy guilty of manslaughter for shooting a man who was restrained and laying facedown beneath a pile of deputies. Robert Bates, a wealthy 74-year-old insurance agent who would donate cash, tri ...
Federal Judge Allows Lawsuit to Proceed Against Texas Cops who Shot and Killed Passive Dog

Federal Judge Allows Lawsuit to Proceed Against Texas Cops who Shot and Killed Passive Dog

A federal judge in Texas ruled in favor of a plaintiff in a case against an officer who admitted a man's dog didn't pose a threat before he shot and killed it. Austin police officer Daniel Walsh said Shiner Bock, the dog, "was just kinda walking at me, he wasn't, he didn't, I mean . . ...
Virginia Navy Vet Exonerated by DNA 33-Years After Convicted by Dubious Bite Mark “Evidence”

Virginia Navy Vet Exonerated by DNA 33-Years After Convicted by Dubious Bite Mark “Evidence”

Virginia freed an ex-navy sailor 33-years after wrongfully convicting him based on bite mark evidence, when the state's high court granted him a writ of actual innocence. Keith Allen Harward narrowly escaped the death penalty. This week Harward, walked out of prison a free man. ...
Michigan Cop Nails Jogger With Felony, Really Did Nothing Wrong, Pleaded Guilty Anyway

Michigan Cop Nails Jogger With Felony, Really Did Nothing Wrong, Pleaded Guilty Anyway

A Michigan cop arrested a runner for refusing to identify herself to the officer, who claimed she was jogging down the wrong side of the road. But the cop was wrong. It didn't matter, because bad legal counsel turned a clueless citizen's bad situation into a criminal conviction. ...
South Carolina Killer Cop Bonds Out of Jail, He Killed Walter Scott in Video

South Carolina Killer Cop Bonds Out of Jail, He Killed Walter Scott in Video

The South Carolina killer cop who vaulted official police lies and murder into the national spotlight, has been given pre-trial bond, after being arrested and held since last April, for the video which went viral and you can see below. It's been almost a year to the day since North Ch ...
Louisiana Marshal Sentenced to Jail and Huge Fine For Violating Public Records Law

Louisiana Marshal Sentenced to Jail and Huge Fine For Violating Public Records Law

A Louisiana Marshal is going to jail for willfully violating public records law, and court orders to comply. Lafayette's top cop the elected City Marshal Brian Pope, was sentenced to 30 days under key with all but 7 of them suspended, for blatantly violating Louisiana's open records l ...