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Chicago Prosecutors Take Legal Action Against Mother of Man They Killed After She Voiced Outrage

Chicago Prosecutors Take Legal Action Against Mother of Man They Killed After She Voiced Outrage

Chicago prosecutors are taking the mother of Ronald Johnson to court, accusing her of communicating threats against the officer that killed her son. Chicago police officer George Hernandez killed Johnson during a foot pursuit in October 2014 by shooting him in the back. Officers on ...
NYPD Cop Charged with Felonies for Arresting Man Trying to Record Him Pawing Woman

NYPD Cop Charged with Felonies for Arresting Man Trying to Record Him Pawing Woman

A New York City police officer who walked up to a woman and began pawing her in a suggestive manner, only to arrest her male friend who pulled out a phone to record, was indicted today on several charges, including two felony counts. Jonathan Munoz, 32, claimed Jason Disisto took a "f ...
New Orleans Cop Sentenced to Life for Rape of Girl as Jail Inmate Vows to Rape Him

New Orleans Cop Sentenced to Life for Rape of Girl as Jail Inmate Vows to Rape Him

  A New Orleans police officer was sentenced last week to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Michael Thomassie, 41, who in August was convicted of raping a 7-year-old girl more than 10 years ago, was sentenced by the New Orleans Parish criminal courts Judge Trac ...
Austin Police Lieutenant Fired for Failing to Report Misconduct as Abusive Cops Caught on Camera Protected

Austin Police Lieutenant Fired for Failing to Report Misconduct as Abusive Cops Caught on Camera Protected

An Austin police lieutenant was fired for failure to report a colleague’s misconduct and for trying to sabotage an internal investigation. Austin police Chief Art Acevedo fired Lt. Johnny McMiller last Monday. A memo of the incident was made public on Tuesday, which you can read here. ...
Albuquerque Police Sued by ACLU for Refusing to Release Footage of Police Shooting Man to Death

Albuquerque Police Sued by ACLU for Refusing to Release Footage of Police Shooting Man to Death

The Albuquerque Police Department is being sued again for refusing to release body camera footage showing police shooting a man to death. The ACLU of New Mexico is representing Burque Media and other plaintiffs in a suit against the police department for denying public records request ...