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Talking to Police Employees in NM

March 7, 2014 | 4 Comments

Admittedly, this isn’t the most polished of videos, but I thought it worthwhile to share a few of the interactions I had with police employees when passing through New Mexico in late February in the...

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Road Pirate Interaction in Meade, KS

February 27, 2014 | 34 Comments

On February 12th, 2014 Pete Eyre was stopped by Dan Pfanenstiel, head honcho of the Meade, KS police outfit, for allegedly not signaling when two lanes merged into one on the west side of town....

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When at the Freedom Summit in Phoenix I was fortunate to sit down with Marc Stevens to capture some of his thoughts. This four-minute video only scratches the surface of the strategy he advocates, and...

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CopBlock.org – Badges Don’t Grant Extra Rights If you’re a “good” police employee don’t sit by as your colleagues engages in actions that you know are wrong. Act according to your conscience, introduce accountability into...

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This video was first posted to YouTube.com/RidleyReport on February 07th, 2014. The raw video from which the audio was taken is visible below. Sponsor: http://NHLiberty.org – Bad cops are our best recruiters, says Copwatch filmmaker....

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From the video description: The eight Los Angeles Police Department officers who mistakenly fired on two women during the manhunt for ex-cop Chris Dorner will be allowed to return to the field, upon completing additional...

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Michael W. Quinn, a former Minneapolis police employee, wrote Walking With The Devil: The Police Code of Silence. The main thrust of the book is to motivate current police employees to do the right thing....

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If you have ideas for stories/incidents that deserve coverage along the route indicated in this video, or if you want to connect to brainstorm and live on or near the route, please let me know:...

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Cop Block is a decentralized project supported by a diverse group of individuals united by their shared goal of police accountability. That text is atop the page CopBlock.org/About and is included on the thousands and...

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Excessive Force Case In NJ Highlights Lack Of Nationwide Police Accountability was first posted to MintPressNews.com by Katie Rucke (on Twitter @katierucke) on January 21, 2014. ___________________ Excessive Force Case In NJ Highlights Lack Of...

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Ransom Levied Then Rescinded

January 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

NO VICTIM NO CRIME Have a not-too-favorable interaction with a police employee? Check out this page: http://copblock.org/29382/so-youve-been-wronged-by-a-police-employee and consider letting others know via http://copblock.org/submit The more we each speak the truth and look out for...

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Yesterday, January 6th, 2014, I had the pleasure to join Tom Woods on his radio show – the aptly named Tom Woods Show. The segment is about 30-minutes long, with our conversation staring around the...

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