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Cops 'Not Guilty' In Beating, Tasering Death Of Mentally Ill Homeless Man
Two former Fullerton, California, cops charged with killing a schizophrenic homeless man, Kelly Thomas, in 2011 were found not guilty of all charges today. Kelly Thomas' father, Ron Thomas, told the Los Angeles Times he is "stunned" by the verdict. Read more...
Impatient Cops Allegedly Shoot Mentally Ill NC Teen: 'We Don't Have Time For This'
A North Carolina detective is on leave after shooting a mentally ill teen who had reportedly already been subdued with a Taser. Read more...
Pennsylvania Cops Say Handcuffed 14-Year-Old Was Tasered In The Face 'For His Safety'
A mother in Pennsylvania is threatening to sue after officers shocked her 14-year-old son in the face with a Taser while he was handcuffed. Read more...
Ohio Cop On Paid Leave After Traffic Stop Video Goes Viral
Toledo, Ohio area police officer on paid leave after holding a man, his girlfriend, his daughter-in-law, and 14-year-old son on the ground at taser-point. Read more...
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Repeatedly Tasered, Man Dies After Being Taken Into Police Custody
Witnesses say they could audibly hear Michael Ruiz' skull thumping across the steps as police dragged him down the staircase. Read more...
TX Man Sues State Rep, Husband Over Repeated Tasing At Work
Bradley Jones is suing his former employers because he was repeatedly tasered on the job, leaving him a broken paranoid mess. Read more...
UPDATE: 95-Year-Old Nursing Home Resident Dead After Police Confrontation
John Warna threatened paramedics, staff and police with a cane, metal shoehorn and butcher knife, authorities said Read more...
On June 1st, Occupy Wall Street is coming home. Join us at Liberty Plaza for a celebration of all we've done on the first nice Saturday of summer, and recommit to all we still have left to do together! Read more...
Five years after the greed and recklessness of Wall Street criminals crashed the economy, Eric Holder’s Department of Justice is finally making some arrests. But it’s not Wall Street bankers sitting in jail. No, it’s 27 struggling homeowners and foreclosure victims who went to D.C. to demand the end of Too Big to Jail. Read more...