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LAPD Lures Journalists into Police Station Only To Threaten Them With Arrest.

LAPD Lures Journalists into Police Station Only To Threaten Them With Arrest.

June of 2017 has been one eventful month for Daniel Saulman aka “Tom Zebra” known for his web page "Mistaken Bacon"  he was arrested by the LAPD  while documenting a DUI/DWI checkpoint disguised as a “Traffic Safety Checkpoint” for the charge of being in the LAPD’s “workspace". After our ...
LAPD Officer Feared for His Life, When He Committed Statutory Rape *

LAPD Officer Feared for His Life, When He Committed Statutory Rape *

Some folks just don't understand the value of a controversial headline like, "LAPD Officer Feared for His Life, When He Committed Statutory Rape *" and yet Juries take that claim and except time and time again. So Why Should this incident be any different, sorry for the click baitish he ...
LAPD Chief Charlie Beck Sued for Retaliating Against Reporter who Exposed Embarrassing Arrangement Involving Daughter and her Horse

LAPD Chief Charlie Beck Sued for Retaliating Against Reporter who Exposed Embarrassing Arrangement Involving Daughter and her Horse

Los Angeles police arrested journalist Jasmyne Cannick while covering a protest against police brutality the night before Thanksgiving 2014, twisting the truth to accuse her of leading a throng of protesters across an imaginary police "skirmish line," then claiming in their reports that ...
LAPD Cops Facing Life Sentence for Multiple Rape Charges Six Years After Complaint Filed

LAPD Cops Facing Life Sentence for Multiple Rape Charges Six Years After Complaint Filed

LAPD officers James Christopher Nichols and Luis Gustavo Valenzuela were charged today with rape under color of authority for their acts on the job over a course of years from 2008 to 2011 by the Los Angeles County district attorney. But that wasn't all. The pair of Hollywood narco ...
LAPD Sued for Shooting Man in Face After He Had Asked for Help

LAPD Sued for Shooting Man in Face After He Had Asked for Help

The Los Angeles Police Department is facing legal action for shooting an unarmed man in the head and leaving him with a collapsed skull, blindness and crippled. Walter DeLeon waved a towel in his hands to flag down help in his neighborhood, when he encountered the two officers last su ...