October 9th, 2014

Conservative Website Apparently Led to Charlie Grapski’s Hospitalization Against his Will (Updated) 217

By Carlos Miller

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A conservative website that has taken an extremely pro-cop stance on the Ferguson police shooting of Mike Brown apparently led to Charlie Grapski’s probation officer to revoke his right to leave the state, ultimately leading to police hospitalizing him against his will on Wednesday.

The conversation on The Conservative Treehouse began with forum members discussing ways to jam wifi signals of live streamers covering the protests, but then turned to a discussion of Grapski and his probation status.

October 9th, 2014

Citizen Assaulted, Cited for Recording Houston City Council Meeting 60

By Larry Diffey

Anti-fluoridation activists Derrick Broze and Joel Peralez of Fluoride Free Houston were arrested while attending a crowded Houston City Council meeting Tuesday.

Peralez, 18, was frustrated over the proceedings, so he shouted an obscenity and stormed out the door. Two police officers got up and followed him. Broze followed in order to investigate and capture it all on video.

October 8th, 2014

Not First Offense for NYPD Cop Caught on Camera Pistol-Whipping Teen 21

By Haru Coryne

The NYPD officer who used his gun to bludgeon an unarmed Brooklyn teenager in the face has been suspended without pay and might be indicted, after video footage of the violent August arrest went public this week.

But then, this isn’t Officer David Afanador’s first brush with the law he is sworn to uphold. Nor is it the first time that Afanador’s misconduct under the color of authority has involved a camera.

October 8th, 2014

PINAC Crew Member Charlie Grapski Hospitalized Against Will on False Accusations he Made Threats on Twitter 123

By Carlos Miller

Less than 24 hours before he was scheduled to fly out of Florida to Ferguson to continue his public records investigation into the Michael Brown shooting death, PINAC crew member Charlie Grapski was hospitalized against his will after being accused of making violent threats on Twitter.

Grapski, who is on probation after he was arrested and almost killed for exposing corruption in Alachua County, was asked to come back into the probation office today after he had already been granted permission on Monday to leave the state.

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