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COPS Scanning 1,000 License Plates In 10 MINUTES

  Richmond County Sheriff's officials say they're considering adding license plate readers to their patrol fleet. Deputy Terry Skinner tells the Augusta Chronicle the automated license plate readers have made an impact in the department during a testing phase. Skinner says the readers can scan 1,000 cars in 10 minutes and send an alert to the officer driving the car if the license plate is linked to cr ...

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YOU WON’T BELIEVE HOW MANY CRIMES HAVE BEEN COMMITTED BY THE FBI

  The FBI gave its informants permission to break the law at least 5,658 times in a single year, according to newly disclosed documents that show just how often the nation's top law enforcement agency enlists criminals to help it battle crime. The U.S. Justice Department ordered the FBI to begin tracking crimes by its informants more than a decade ago, after the agency admitted that its agents had allo ...

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14-Year-Old KILLED By ROOKIE COPS In The Bronx

  An armed 14-year-old boy was shot and killed by a police officer early Sunday morning in the South Bronx,¬†the New York Post reports.   Police shot and killed an armed teen in the South Bronx early today after the suspect chased and shot at another man, then refused to drop his gun, police said. Two rookie cops heard shots fired near East 151st Street and Courtlandt Avenue around 3 a.m. and ran i ...

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You’ll NEVER GUESS Why These Actors Were Almost SHOT!

  On Thursday August 1, 2013 at 7:19 am Glendora Police were subjected to a near terrible tragedy. Unbeknownst to the Glendora Police Department, Classic Coffee, 146 N. Glendora Avenue, allowed a freelance film crew to film a movie inside the coffee shop that simulated an armed, takeover robbery with two suspects who were wearing hooded sweatshirts, bandana masks, black gloves and armed with a realisti ...

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95-year-old Man DIES After POLICE TAZE Him And SHOOT Him With Bean Bag Gun

  Illinois State Police have officially launched an investigation into why police in Park Forest shot a 95-year-old man with a bean bag round, leading to the elderly man‚Äôs death. 95-year-old John Wrana died several hours after a confrontation with police. Park Forest Police claim they headed to a Victory Centre nursing home at 101 Main Street to help a private ambulance company with what they say was a ...

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POLICE SAY Family’s Home SEARCHED NOT Because Of GOOGLE SEARCH

  A tipoff from a computer company that was suspicious of a former employee's web searches led to¬†a visit to his family's home¬†by officers from a joint terrorism task force, police have confirmed. The company, based in the Bay Shore area of Long Island, in¬†New Yorkstate, said the man had used a work computer to search for pressure cooker bombs and backpacks. On Thursday, the man's wife, Michele Catalan ...

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DEA Paying $4.1 MILLION to Student FORGOTTEN in Holding Cell for 5 DAYS

  A college student mistakenly left in a Drug Enforcement Administration interrogation room for five days will receive $4.1 million from the government in a settlement in advance of a lawsuit. The settlement was announced Tuesday in San Diego by the student, Daniel Chong, 25, and his lawyer, Eugene Iredale. "It was an accident, a really bad, horrible accident," said Chong, who added that he now suffers ...

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‘FAKE COPS’ Robbing Unsuspecting Drivers at Gunpoint Were REAL COPS

  A rash of robberies by people "dressed as police" led the people of Detroit to believe that there were "fake cops" out in the city robbing people at gunpoint. It turns out the people were "not fake after all," and actual police in the city have been robbing people at gunpoint. Within the past week, two Detroit police officers have been arrested and accused of robbing unsuspecting drivers at gunpoint. ...

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PEPPER SPRAY COP WANTS WORKERS’ COMP: CLAIMS ‘PSYCHIATRIC INJURIES’

John Pike, the notorious UC Davis "pepper spray cop" is seeking worker's compensation for "psychiatric injuries" after he engaged in the act that made him notorious. Pike  nonchalantly sprayed pepper spray directly into the faces of seated, peaceful protesters in November 2011 and the video instantly went viral. Pike's claim is scheduled for a mandatory settlement hearing on August 13th. Pike earned a $121, ...

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COP FIRED FOR REFUSING TO COMPLY TO TICKET QUOTAS

  Justin Hanners was a police officer in Auburn, Alabama who joined the force to ‚Äúserve and protect‚ÄĚ. He had been there for over five years, but his idea of serving and protecting, however, didn‚Äôt match the concepts of his new superiors. A new police chief arrived in the town in 2010 and the department entered the shady world of ticket quotas. Hanners was fired from his job after he refused to hassle, ...

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