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Florida Legislature Votes to Gut Sunshine Law; Bill Would End Open Records Access Advocacy

Florida Legislature Votes to Gut Sunshine Law; Bill Would End Open Records Access Advocacy

Florida's famous Sunshine Law is under attack in the state legislature today as a state House Committee has already voted to eliminate the provision that guarantees government agencies must pay citizens'  attorney fees when public records are illegally withheld. Its companion measure, ...
Minnesota Undercover Cop Detains Driver Just for “Taking Video”

Minnesota Undercover Cop Detains Driver Just for “Taking Video”

An undercover sheriff's deputy in Minnesota spotted a citizen recording him with a cellphone camera while driving and used his unmarked police vehicle to conduct a contentious, and probably unlawful traffic stop. "The ACLU will eat this up" said the Minnesota woman who wasn't suspecte ...
Nebraska Cop Arrests Cop Block Activist in Video for Saying “Fuck the Police” on Public Sidewalk

Nebraska Cop Arrests Cop Block Activist in Video for Saying “Fuck the Police” on Public Sidewalk

Nebraska police arrested the founder of Omaha Cop Block for doing nothing more than "using four letter words" on a public sidewalk. The Omaha police officer Lucpdo felt mocked, so he used his badge and gun to get street justice, punishing Floyd Wallace with a trip to jail for contempt ...
PINAC Reporter Jeff Gray Sued for Investigating School Bus Accident by Florida School Board

PINAC Reporter Jeff Gray Sued for Investigating School Bus Accident by Florida School Board

Florida's St. Johns County School Board has filed and served a strategic lawsuit against Jeff Gray's First Amendment activities targeting the PINAC reporter for his investigatory work on school bus safety in the 35,000 student district. "The Superintendent is the one who's allowing th ...
New York Times Publishes ACLU’s Factual Errors, Will They Publish Our Correction?

New York Times Publishes ACLU’s Factual Errors, Will They Publish Our Correction?

The New York Times usually gets it right, but the Newspaper of Record published an op-ed piece titled "How to Prosecute Abusive Prosecutors" containing a glaring factual error. While we support the ACLU's efforts and mission at PINAC News, we wish they would have returned our calls an ...
Miami-Dade Detective Admits to Pocketing Jewelry While Serving Search Warrant

Miami-Dade Detective Admits to Pocketing Jewelry While Serving Search Warrant

A Miami-Dade police detective has come clean about stealing some bling. Karel Rosario, a 19-year veteran, pleaded guilty earlier this week on Tuesday to stealing expensive jewelry while on-duty during a search warrant. According to Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rund ...
UPDATED III: Miami Beach Police Shoot Man in Viral Video Blocks from Art Basel, Suspect in Bank Robbery Attempt

UPDATED III: Miami Beach Police Shoot Man in Viral Video Blocks from Art Basel, Suspect in Bank Robbery Attempt

UPDATE III: The man killed by police has been identified as 52-year-old David Winesett, who had a long criminal history. David Winesett UPDATE II: A new longer video has surfaced along with an extended version of the first video. The newest video is the first of the videos below. ...