The video comes from Jeff Singer of Film the Police Hillsboro, who shared it with us via the CopBlock.org Submissions Page. Along with the submission, Jeff writes: “I offer commentary on the state of modern law enforcement and the cultural Stockholm Syndrome effecting the majority of the populace.” Speaking of Stockholm Syndrome, we may have mentioned […]
A bill is being proposed in the statehouse that will call for an independent investigation into police killings. Problem is that it would still place the decision to prosecute killer cops in the hands of the attorney general, whose employment will not be impaired by allowing a few police officers to commit murder with impunity. It’s […]
An image of Baltimore citizens forming a defensive line in front of Baltimore police has gone viral and the sheeple of the world are gushing with utterly misguided and misplaced feelings of positivity and inspiration. The photograph depicts what probably are a bunch of really nice men standing in solidarity with police. People are practically melting […]
Tonight on CopBlock Radio special guest Georgia Sand, CopBlock Contributor, joins us to talk about her most recent articles at CopBlock.org. For those of you who missed them: Copwatching and its Impact on Policing, Law, and Justice, in the California Law Review: Her article juxtaposes traditional “community policing” models of police accountability, which focus on […]
This is the archive of the CopBlock Radio Show, in it’s entirety, from April 15th, 2015. We talk to Ademo Freeman fresh out of jail. He joins us for the first hour. Plus! Bulletproof & the Fool shares their latest track and their vision for the future. Check ’em out on their Facebook page. Ademo […]
Longtime Copblocker Georgia Sand joined the Aug. 13th episode of For the People… law in plain language, an internet radio show hosted by Philadelphia-based lawyer Debra D. Rainer. The topic discussed: Protect and Serve or Profile and Abuse This video includes audio clips from that show, with related pictures and video. It was created in […]
Check out this WHDT World News bit on Copblock.org. I should have elaborated more on “privatized” policing and what voluntary law enforcement would entail, but that will have to be covered next time. I haven’t done many interviews on camera, so any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
The charge of “resisting arrest” is a funny thing. One may imagine that it was devised so that murderers, rapists or robbers who tried to escape from the clutches of the law are punished additionally for resisting against police officers. In practice, the effects of this charge disturbingly fall on undeserving victims. Strangely, people can […]