Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn You’ve probably heard many times that police don’t “make” the laws, they only “enforce” them. People, especially the cops themselves, even refer to police with the mendacious euphemism “law enforcement.” However, this, like almost everything cops claim about their job, is a lie.
WATCH: NYPD Detain All Motorcyclists & Moped Riders Without Probable Cause On The Williamsburg Bridge
Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn On Saturday, October 23rd, according to the NYPD, a motorcyclist was arrested for allegedly crashing his bike into a metal barricade as he exited the Williamsburg bridge. The NYPD claimed a sergeant was hurt with a minor cut on her leg. The NYPD
The Trial of Donnell Murray: How Prosecutors Use Conspiracy and Questionable Testimony in “Gang” Cases
Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn By Josmar Trujillo In the United States, it is estimated that about two people are wrongfully convicted every day. In 2014, the Innocence Project estimated that around 120,000 people incarcerated in state prisons were wrongfully convicted. More than half of wrongful convictions, one
Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn https://vimeo.com/622430540 In the aftermath of the Met Gala direct action it is abundantly clear that the powers that be intend to maintain the status quo by enforcing deafening media silence. Your favorite celebrities remain silent on the Met Gala protest, tacitly demonstrating their
Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn This week, New York City mayor Bill de Blasio visited Rikers Island amid weeks of calls of a “humanitarian crisis” and the 12th death in the city’s jail system so far this year. While the torturous, polluted and overheated reality of city jails
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
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.