police misconduct

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  • The DEA Thinks Medical Records Don't Count as "Private"

    The Feds say they can peek into any records that are shared with a pharmacist, even without a warrant. This directly contradicts state law in Oregon, so the ACLU and the state are fighting back.

  • Did Police Screw Up During the DC Navy Yard Shooting?

    Some Cops Claim a Tactical Team Was Prevented from Going In

  • Another Unarmed Man Meets Trigger-Happy Police

    Jonathan A. Ferrell got into a car accident early Saturday morning and attempted to get help from a nearby house—but the homeowner called 911, the cops showed up, and Ferrell got shot for no reason at all.

  • Even the EPA Is Using SWAT Teams Now

    An EPA-led task force appeared in tiny Chicken, Alaska, with body armor and guns in order to look into potential Clean Water Act violations, then later claimed they needed to be strapped up because there were drug dealers and human traffickers about.

  • The DEA Is Monitoring Your Phone Calls

    Over the weekend, revelations that AT&T is freely sharing a massive amount of phone data with the DEA and local law enforcement agencies underlined just how connected the surveillance state is to the war on drugs.

  • The Cops Should Always Be on Camera

    As a pilot program in Rialto, California, reveals, when cops film all their interactions with civilians and suspects, complaints against officers go down. So why aren't more departments around the country doing this?