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NYPD cops save 2 men from suspicious fire in Queens

3 minutes agoNews : NY Daily News

New York's Finest took a page from the Bravest on Monday when five cops saved two men from a burning Queens building, police said.

Waffle House Customer Fatally Shoots Armed Robber in Charleston, SC: Report 

A South Carolina Waffle House customer will not be charged after fatally shooting a would-be robber over the weekend, police said, according to the New York Daily News.

‘A dog would have gotten more attention': Texas cops watched man bleed to death after shooting him

16 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

A Texas family has questioned the actions of police officers who shot Charles K. Goodridge and then declined to provide medical assistance while he was bleeding to death on the ground. According to The New York Times, Goodridge had been fired from his job at Hewlett-Packard after filing a racial...

Microsoft Wows With Hardware And The Karma Police

NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 06: Microsoft Corporate Vice President Panos Panay introduces a new laptop titled the Microsoft Surface Book at a media event for new Microsoft products on October 6, 2015 in New York City. Microsoft also unveiled a virtual reality head set titled the HoloLens, a phone [...]

NBA Player Acquitted After Police Broke His Leg

Thabo Sefolosha, the Atlanta Hawks player whose leg was broken in an incident involving New York City police outside a nightclub during the playoffs, has been acquitted of all charges. He had rejected a no-jail, no-criminal record deal because he wanted to show in the trial that police roughed him up and broke his leg for no reason. Show More Summary

How Georgia has made it effectively impossible to convict cops who kill: 171 murders, no convictions

When American police brutality is discussed, people now think of New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Ferguson, Cleveland, Tulsa, and even Albuquerque. But curiously, the entire state of Georgia has pretty much gotten a pass. It shouldn't. Atlanta's...Show More Summary

Jury acquits NBA player arrested in NYPD scuffle

Atlanta Hawks' player Thabo Sefolosha was acquitted Friday in a case stemming from a police fracas outside a trendy New York City nightclub. A Manhattan jury found Mr. Sefolosha not guilty of... To view the full story, click the title link.

Bratton Snatches Joint From Woman on the Street, Throws It in the Sewer

If New York City Police commissioner Bill Bratton catches you on the street mid-wake-and-bake, he will confiscate your joint and give you a stern lecture. The commissioner, speaking at a New York Law School breakfast Friday morning, recalled how, as he was leaving a meeting downtown, he smelled marijuana smoke... More »

New California law extends privacy rights to electronic data

NEW YORK (AP) — California now requires police to get a court order before they can search messages, photos and other digital data stored on phones or company servers in the nation's most-populous state. While some states guarantee some...Show More Summary

Atlanta Hawks' Sefolosha Found Not Guilty in Night Club Arrest Case

Thabo Sefolosha, a forward for the Atlanta Hawks basketball team, was acquitted on Friday of all charges related to an April confrontation with New York City police outside a nightclub that left him with a broken leg.

Hawks' Sefolosha acquitted in New York City police incident

Atlanta Hawks' player Thabo Sefolosha was acquitted Friday in a case stemming from a police fracas outside a trendy New York City nightclub.

Thabo Sefolosha Found Not Guilty On All Three Counts

NEW YORK (AP) — Atlanta Hawks' player Thabo Sefolosha was acquitted Friday in a case stemming from a police fracas outside a trendy New York City nightclub. A Manhattan jury found Sefolosha not guilty of misdemeanor obstructing government administration, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Show More Summary

NYPD Cop Pleads Guilty to Pulling a Gun on Kids, Loses 30 Vacation Days

A New York City police captain has pleaded guilty to improper use of force when he pulled his gun on two kids playing tag. His punishment? Loss of 30 vacation days.

Lawyers Call NYPD Killing of Guinean Man ‘An Execution and a Cover-Up’

The family of a man killed by the New York Police Department in 2012 claim that they have uncovered new evidence proving that their loved one was executed and it was subsequently covered up by the department.

New York board says officer used excessive force to arrest ex-tennis star

One officer involved in the arrest of ex-tennis star James Blake, who was body-slammed outside a New York City hotel last month in a case of mistaken identity, used excessive force and another abused his authority, a police watchdog group has found. Show More Summary

Panel says officer who arrested James Blake used excessive force

A police watchdog panel in New York City has ruled the officers who arrested retired tennis player James Blake as part of a credit card fraud sting used excessive force. The Civilian Complaint Review Board, a watchdog agency for the NYPD, conducted an investigation and substantiated the claims made by the 35-year-old athlete, who was apprehended […]

WATCH: NYPD Lieutenant Lies on Camera, Says It’s Illegal to Film Cops

In a video uploaded to YouTube on Wednesday, a New York Police Department lieutenant was caught lying on camera, saying that it is illegal to film police. It surfaced the same day that top cops from across the country met in DC to discuss the dreaded “YouTube effect,” which they say renders them unable to do their jobs.

NYPD Officer Used Excessive Force On Ex-Tennis Player James Blake: Review Board

4 days agoNews : Huffington Post

A New York City police officer used excessive force when he tackled former professional tennis player James Blake during an arrest outside a Manhattan hotel in September, according to a city board that reviews police conduct. In a widely...Show More Summary

Budenholzer praises Sefolosha's character at trial

An NBA head coach has testified that the character of a professional basketball player on trial after a confrontation with New York City police is "of the highest order."

Drunk SC man calls 911 to complain his girlfriend ‘won’t give him any a': police

4 days agoNews : The Raw Story

A South Carolina man took time out of a 911 dispatcher’s day during flooding from Hurricane Joaquin to report that his girlfriend had refused to have sex with him, the New York Daily News reports. Patrick Doggett, 53, had apparently been drinking all day when he called the emergency line...

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