Late Tuesday, news broke that yet another unarmed American, a black man named Walter Scott, was killed by a white police officer. As with Tamir Rice, Eric Garner, and Rodney King nearly 25 years ago, the brutality was captured on video for the world to see. The New York Times put the damning evidence at the very top…
Well, it only took about a year to state the obvious, but a civilian panel has finally determined that the Los Angeles Police Officers who fired more than 100 rounds of ammunition at two innocent women during a pursuit of Christopher Dorner violated departmental policy on deadly force.
Justice has been served, and this time on behalf of a biker who claimed he had been wrongfully arrested during a group ride on Memorial Day.
An Australian police officer was found guilty for the brutal beating this past May of a 32-year-old man caught laying burnouts outside a police station. A police-car dashboard camera caught the beatdown, as the officer kicked the driver and smashed him with a baton. Watch the chilling video below.
A woman beaten by a Newark, New Jersey police officer during a routine traffic stop in October of 2004 has just been awarded $2.7 million by a jury, a monstrously high sum for an incident where no one was killed. But it is a reflection of just how awful the encounter was. So what happened?
Having received a ticket and thinking the stop was over, 70-year-old Robert Whatley calmly drove away from the British police. A misunderstanding ensued and the cops followed him down the road. When he stopped again they bashed in his windows.