On the morning of May 6th, the civil and military police of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, carried out a military operation of about nine hours in Jacarezinho, a neighborhood in the north part of the city, leaving 29 dead, several injured, destruction and the whole favela traumatized by brutality and bloodshed. It is not possible
New York City’s Washington Square Park has become a flashpoint in a struggle over public space recently as images of NYPD cops in riot gear shoving, beating, pepper spraying, arresting, and even chasing park goers spread widely on social media earlier this month. During a recent neighborhood meeting put together by police officials (where hundreds
Emails we recently obtained from LAPD chief Michel Moore hints at a deep collaborative relationship between the retailer and police forces across the country.
Why does New York City feel the need to add robot dogs to its expanding arsenal of surveillance technolgy? The short answer is because it can.
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