When Jason Disitso saw Officer Jonathan Munoz walk up to his friend and begin inappropriately touching her, sticking his hand in her pockets and frisking her, he did what anyone concerned with her safety might do in the 21st century: He asked another friend for his cell phone and began recording Munoz.

Minutes later, Disitso was being driven away in cuffs. According to sworn testimony from Munoz, the March 12, 2014, incident escalated quickly when Disitso tried to punch him. But as the full video shows, that’s not what happened.

1 may 2015 - A riot cop who was chasing a protester is tackled and beaten with his own club in Male in the Maldives.

Maldivians were protesting because of the sentencing to 13 years in prison on terrorism charges of the nation’s first democratically elected leader, whose government was toppled by police and military in 2012. Almost all of the country’s opposition leaders were arrested following the protests. [video]/[article]

Toronto police officers equipped with body cameras as part of a pilot project rolling out this month won’t be recording when they “card” citizens not under arrest or investigation, a police spokesperson said Monday.

It’s a restriction one activist dubs “absolutely laughable,” and one that hints at the tough choices the force may face as it seeks to balance policing and privacy with calls for greater transparency.

The one-year trial, prompted in part by the shooting death of teenager Sammy Yatim, will see 100 officers from four units wearing the cameras on shift, starting May 18. The body-mounted devices won’t be on at all times, though.

Officers will turn on the cameras “prior to arriving at a call for service or when they start investigating an individual,” according to the police. They’ll turn them off “when the call for service or investigation is complete” or when the officer determines the recording is no longer serving its intended purpose.

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The origins of the police

In England and the United States, the police were invented within the space of just a few decades—roughly from 1825 to 1855.

The new institution was not a response to an increase in crime, and it really didn’t lead to new methods for dealing with crime. The most common way for authorities to solve a crime, before and since the invention of police, has been for someone to tell them who did it. 

Besides, crime has to do with the acts of individuals, and the ruling elites who invented the police were responding to challenges posed by collective action. To put it in a nutshell: The authorities created the police in response to large, defiant crowds (to menage strikes, riots, uprisings).

Miami Beach Detective Punches Handcuffed Woman In The Face

On Friday, the Miami Beach Police Department announced that a detective had been suspended for 160 hours for violating department policies on use of force and handling prisoners in custody. The suspension stemmed from a case where Archer had punched a Good Samaritan in the head, but it turns out the IA’s findings weren’t related to that confrontation.

This guy is as the embodiment of the US police. not 100% but he collected almost all the features: the unjustified cruelty, arrogance, disrespect for the law and the people around…
I do not know what keeps these people in the police, he clearly does not like his job, or worse like it because he has the power to humiliate others. I do not know. I think he’s just a bastard.

If you live in the Miami area, be careful to avoid this man as he may try to protect and serve you to death.


Dog was shot and killed by the police when they showed up to the wrong house. They are trying to cover it up.

    R.I.P. Otto - Killed by Wyckoff, NJ Police

Otto was shot four times and died on 4/29/15, when Wyckoff, NJ Police Department responded to the wrong address to take a report of a property damage on a neighbor’s house. The officer entered the backyard of the incorrect home and became startled when Otto entered the yard barking, causing him to fire four shots, hitting the dog twice. The police have tried to cover-up this act of negligence as self-defense against an “attack” during an investigation of a “burglary” - witnesses and evidence prove otherwise. See for yourself if he was an attack dog.             Support  

I understand that the life of an animal can not be compared with the human. However, it is justified to demand justice after such an incident.
This is a story only draws our attention to the fact that the police brutalized, does not want to live by the laws of the state, subjecting our lives and the lives of our loved ones in danger. Support this post, click on the Support link.

Vivat iustitia! .


Let me tell you all something as a person living in Baltimore

stop praising these rioters. Everyone is acting like they’re doing something good. You know what? We couldn’t leave our homes. We had a curfew and people couldn’t go to work. Innocent people were getting beaten senselessly. Store owners and employees were put in serious danger. Businesses had to close early and lost God knows how much revenue. And people continue to praise and cheer on this madness. It’s not even over yet. GIVE US BACK OUR FUCKING CITY, GIVE ME BACK MY HOME. We can do this peacefully. We don’t have to be afraid anymore than we are already living in this dangerous city. I’m fucking sick of it.