Texas prosecutors admitted they can't prove their contempt of cop case "BARD" against PINAC correspondent David Warden, who recorded video near a Shell Oil Refinery on the outskirts of Houston. In other words, state attorneys had no way to prove that David Warden interfered with publi ...
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St. Johns County deputies ignored the constitution and followed orders blindly. They arrested PINAC reporter Jeff Gray this week. The Florida deputies failed to find Jeff Gray on school property at St. Augustine High School, they failed to issue a trespass warning, and they relied ...
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UPDATE III - March 15th, 3:30pm - Jeff Gray has been released, finally, from St. Johns County Jail. Here is his statement "I am out of jail and safely at home. I walked out of jail around 1pm today 3/15/16. I was treated well by SJSO Jail staff. I want to thank everybody for their su ...
Arizona Sheriff Denies Journalist Access to Press Conference After Explosive Investigative Report Proves Sheriff had Lied
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A high-ranking sheriff's official in Arizona refused to allow a television news reporter into a press conference on the basis that the reporter "hates the sheriff." But the reporter only exposed an embarrassing truth about Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu that the sheriff had been deny ...
Southern California Police Abuse and Hospitalize LA Times Photographer to Protect Nancy Reagan’s Memorial Service
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A Los Angeles Times photographer was editing and sending photos from his parked car Wednesday when he was confronted by Simi Valley officers who ordered him out of his car, then threw him down on the ground and handcuffed him. All because the 65-year-old photojournalist questioned the ...
New Video Shows Secret Service Agent Grabbed TIME Photographer from Behind Before Choking and Body Slamming Him
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New footage has surfaced from Monday's incident of a U.S. Secret Service agent grasping a TIME photojournalist by the neck and slamming him down to the ground during a Donald Trump rally in Virginia Monday – showing the agent grabbing him from behind in the moments prior to the body slam ...
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A United States Secret Service agent was caught on several videos grabbing a photojournalist by the neck and slamming him down on the ground during a Donald Trump rally that had been interrupted by Black Lives Matter protesters earlier today in Virginia. TIME Magazine photojournalist ...
Melissa Click Claimed She was in Fear for Her Life, Thinking Student Journalist had Gun, Which is Why She Assaulted Him
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Taking a page from law enforcement, University of Missouri professor Melissa Click told investigators she was in fear for her life when she assaulted a student journalist, calling for some "muscle" to have him removed because she was under the impression that he was packing a gun and cou ...
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A Florida School Board and its lawyer announced that they've violated the state's constitution's "Sunshine Law" requiring open meetings, by making the decision to file a SLAPP lawsuit against PINAC's Jeff Gray for reporting about school bus safety violations. The St. Johns County Scho ...
University of Missouri Professor Melissa Click Criminally Charged for Assaulting Student Journalist During Protest
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Melissa Click, the crazed communications professor from the University of Missouri who became a viral embarrassment to the university after assaulting a student photojournalist trying to video record a protest in November, was charged today with third-degree assault. She faces up to 1 ...