Category: Military

WATCH: Military Police Arrest Man for Silently Recording from Outside Air Force Base

WATCH: Military Police Arrest Man for Silently Recording from Outside Air Force Base

It was a scene straight out of Nazi Germany. Except it happened in the land of the free. A military police officer at Luke Air Force base in Glendale, Arizona was caught on video arresting a peaceful cop watcher who goes by "Silent Citizen" on YouTube. Because that's his schtick ...
U.S. Marines Accuse Man Photographing Base from Public Sidewalk of Breaking Federal Law

U.S. Marines Accuse Man Photographing Base from Public Sidewalk of Breaking Federal Law

A man who was standing on a public sidewalk outside of a military base in San Diego was told he was breaking federal law by photographing the entrance to the base. "You are on my property," said the United States Marine Corps military police officer, who walked more than 100 feet outs ...
Pentagon Releases Torture Prisoner Photos of Iraq/Afghan Wars, Withholding Thousands More

Pentagon Releases Torture Prisoner Photos of Iraq/Afghan Wars, Withholding Thousands More

It took more than a decade, but the federal government finally released nearly 200 photos depicting prisoner abuse by American soldiers during the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The photos were released Friday in response to an ACLU lawsuit filed in 2004 when George W. Bush was still p ...
Military and Civilian Police Detain PINAC’s Jeff Gray for Photographing Florida Air Force Base from Public Sidewalk

Military and Civilian Police Detain PINAC’s Jeff Gray for Photographing Florida Air Force Base from Public Sidewalk

Last week, Jeff Gray of Photography is Not a Crime demonstrated an inconvenient truth about how the War on Terror has turned soldiers who proclaim to fight and die for our freedoms against the very same citizens who actively exercise these freedoms. In a video posted to Gray's Honor Y ...
Judge Orders U.S. Government to Release More Than 2,000 Photos of Abuse and Torture by U.S. Military in Iraq and Afghanistan

Judge Orders U.S. Government to Release More Than 2,000 Photos of Abuse and Torture by U.S. Military in Iraq and Afghanistan

After a 10-year legal battle, U.S. district judge Alvin Hellerstein ruled last Friday that the U.S. government must release more than 2,000 Torture photos showing abuse and mistreatment of people detained by the American military in Iraq and Afghanistan. The federal government "is req ...
Hand on Gun, Military Cop Orders Man to Show Hands for Recording in Public

Hand on Gun, Military Cop Orders Man to Show Hands for Recording in Public

"Stay right there. Let me see your hands." As PINAC investigative reporter Jeff Gray conducted a First Amendment audit of the Camp Blanding Joint Training Center in Starke, Florida, he was aggressively approached by a military police officer with his hand on his gun and ordered to sta ...