Announcing the Cop Block Newsletter


I’m excited to announce the addition of The Weekly Newsletter!

This new component is a direct result of input and suggestions from many people in the network.

The Weekly Newsletter will provide the following:

  • A link and short description to recent incidents, events, and contests
  • An overview of an individual or crew that is effectively advancing the fact that badges don’t grant extra rights
  • A coupon code for an item at

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The addition of The Weekly Newsletter is part of a larger reorganization of priorities – we’re also going to cease The Police Accountability Report (PAR).

copblock-podomatic-police-accountability-reportIn 132 episodes over 3 1/2-years those involved with PAR brought a commonsensical voice to actions done by those who hypocritically claim the right to steal from you to protect you.

Most recently, PAR was included in the weekly podcast loop on Liberty Radio Network (LRN.FM), during the weekly Sunday show Peace, Love, Liberty Radio, and on Daily Paul Radio, Freedom Phalanx Radio Network, and Liberty Movement Radio.

Though those involved with the PAR are shifting to other efforts, the fact that badges don’t grant extra rights will continue to be heard in the audio and podcast sphere thanks to the Cop Block Radio Show.

I believe this creative destruction will add a lot of value.

Note that the sign-up form for the Weekly Newsletter embedded above is also now included on the right sidebar of this site.


The Police Accountability Report: Behind the Scenes


darryl-perry-fppcc-copblockName: Darryl Perry
Involvement: voice of the PAR for the last two+ years
Episodes: Episode 47 on March 06, 2012Episode 132 on April 28, 2014
Next Up: With the hour each week that Darryl had allocated to the PAR (to capture, edit, upload, and post) Darryl will continue to focus on his main endeavor – Free Press Publications (FPP.CC). through which he produces a daily five-minute newscast Darryl also blogs at and continues to engage in various other endeavors.

kateName: Kate Ager
writer of the PAR for almost two years
Episodes: Episode 53 July 22, 2012Episode 132 April 28, 2014
Next Up: Kate will reallocate her efforts from the PAR to the Weekly Newsletter. Reallocation of Kate’s time to the weekly newsletter will hopefully allow Kate’s efforts to have a greater impact. Kate will also continue to edit and schedules submissions received via and ship gear from

garret-fox-copblock-police-accountability-reportName: Garrett Fox
writer and voice of PAR for a few months in late 2011
Episode 41 September 29, 2011Episode 46 January 04, 2012
Next Up:
Garret is involved with the weekly Beer and Bullshit conversation on Google Hangout and is an all-around badass. More from Garret at

nick-saorsa-copblock-police-accountability-reportName: Nick Saorsa
creator of the PAR and its voice for the first year plus
Episodes: Episode 1 August 12, 2010Episode 40 September 20, 2011
Next Up: Nick is pursuing his happiness through other channels. Though he moved on from the writing and narration of the PAR, Nick continued to help behind the scenes and share his institutional knowledge, as well as graciously covering the hosting expenses of the PAR since the beginning.

Pete Eyre

Pete Eyre is co-founder of As an advocate of peaceful, consensual interactions, he seeks to inject a message of complete liberty and self-government into the conversation of police accountability. Eyre went to undergrad and grad school for law enforcement, then spent time in DC as an intern at the Cato Institute, a Koch Fellow at the Drug Policy Alliance, Directer of Campus Outreach at the Institute for Humane Studies, Crasher-in-Chief at Bureaucrash, and as a contractor for the Future of Freedom Foundation. In 2009 he left the belly of the beast and hit the road with Motorhome Diaries and later co-founded Liberty On Tour. He spent time in New Hampshire home, and was involved with Free Keene, the Free State Project and The Daily Decrypt.