California Guardian is a fairly new first amendment auditor roaming the state of California. On this stop he stops by the FBI Field Office in West Covina, California. He first gets approached by a security guard that didn’t graduate from sixth grade and thinks he’s a tough guy. Then the cops show up and ask… Read More 1st Amendment Audit at FBI Field Office – West Covina
A reaction to this article: http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/USA-Update/2016/0720/Gunman-s-manifesto-describes-actions-as-necessary-evil I don’t advocate violence, from anybody towards anybody. It never solves anything. Especially in situations like we are facing today, violence is the last thing we should use. In this case, with the gunman in Baton Rouge that killed several officers, it’s going to backfire. His intentions might have been… Read More Gunman’s “Manifesto” Calls it Necessary
If you look back at the history of the blog, you’ll notice that I stopped posting for a while. I felt that there was enough coverage of police abuse, police misconduct and down right police brutality. But with more recent and more notorious events coming up all the time, I think it’s necessary that I… Read More So Where Are The “Good Cops”
A person tests the first amendment at a federal building. The cops can’t seem to learn that they can’t question you just because they feel like it. This guy talked a little more than necessary, but still kept his cool and won. With today’s twitchy, trigger happy cops, I’m glad he didn’t get shot. This… Read More First Amendment Audit – Rochester
This 14 year old gave a cop a ticket and it turned out to be a positive interaction. Check it out. I have my comments about the whole thing. Like the reason the cop got a ticket in the first place. What happened with that? Why didn’t the cop address that? He’s just paid himself… Read More A Cop Parked Illegally and What This 14 Year Old Did Will Blow You Away.
Originally posted on Ask Cara:
Office Troy Millbrooks is allowed to keep his job after describing how he would kill a Black suspect and manipulate the evidence to make it look like self-defense. Millbrooks is an officer with the Alexander City Police Department in Alabama. The police department paid the man $35,000 not to sue.…