Today the ACLU and the ACLU of South Carolina sent a letter to the Greenville County, South Carolina Sheriff’s Office and the State Solicitor’s Office demanding that the local police department stop violating the constitutional rights of innocent people under the guise of enforcing public decency laws. The letter is aimed specifically at ending Greenville County police officers’ practice of arresting women they suspect of being prostitutes and men who have sex with men, even though they haven’t broken any laws.
The Lookout - On Tuesday, South Carolina became the fifth state this year to follow Arizona's lead and pass a law requiring local police officers to check the immigration status of people they stop or pull over. South Carolina lawma... Read Post
A Hofstra student was killed by police, who were responding to reports of a home invasion. Andrea Rebello, age 21, was shot in the head, and killed, by officers with the Nassau County, New York, police department on Friday. Dalton S... Read Post