The city of New Orleans has agreed to pay $250,000 to settle a civil rights lawsuit filed by the mother of an unarmed man killed during a police drug raid in Gentilly back in 2012. On March 7 of that year, New Orleans and Jefferson Parish police broke down the door of the family of […]
This story was submitted by Jor-El Pizarro via the submit tab on Copblock.org. Sadly Jor-El is yet another victim of the State’s war on drugs. An upstanding, hardworking person that for a number of reasons, uses marijuana to help him lead a normal life. These cases are very common in our “free country”. Since this […]
With the mainstream media’s newest “War on Cops” slogan you would think there was rise in police killings across the country. According to a Rasmussen poll taken last week 58% of respondents believe there is actually a war on cops. But according to Officer Down Memorial Page quite the opposite is true. Police in the line of duty deaths are down […]
This post was shared via CopBlock.org’s submit page by a person who would prefer to remain anonymous. This morning (Nov. 1), I was arrested by the Kentucky State Police. At 7:45 AM or so, they surrounded my home and beat on the doors; it sounded as if they were punching them. My mom made it to […]
Cop Block reader D. Thompson reports that he was approached by an Agent Schmidt (badge #1014) of the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s office while he was in a doctor’s office. Agent Schmidt told Mr. Thompson that he was investigating some sort of red flag in the state’s prescription drug monitoring system, and that apparently he’d […]
Neill Franklin was a commander for the Maryland State Police Department. He saw the War on Drugs turn his hometown of Baltimore into a desolate place and take the life of his friend Ed. Watch to see why he believes enough is enough.