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hey flem, love u so much hope you're having a good day! also, do you have any suggestions for blogs similar to yours? thanks <3

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“On the night of January 28, 1968 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  Jim Morrison was arrested at the Pussycat a’ Go Go for public drunkenness and vagrancy.  Apparently, Jim was beat up by the bouncers because he was smoking a cigarette like it was a joint.  One of the bouncers hit Jim over the head with a billyclub which caused Jim’s head to bleed.  Chaos ensued and the cops arrived and Jim was arrested.  On the ride to the station and while being booked, Jim was livid and incited the cops who threatened to beat him up after their shift ended.”


NYPD Cracks Down Hard On Baltimore Solidarity “Shut It Down” Protest

“[The NYPD] made a tactical and a political decision not to” allow protesters to march in the street, Oliver said, “and that set a tone. Right when people exited Union Square, there was an opportunity for the police to make a game-day decision, as they frequently do, to give them a lane. But that wasn’t the plan. That’s not how they were deployed. It was a very upsetting turn, and I hope it’s not reflective of a broader policy shift.”

The Mayor’s Office has not responded to a request for comment on last night’s actions.

Whatever the cause, the NYPD appeared to electively turn a peaceful protest into a chaotic sequence of mass arrests. As one senior officer told a protester on video, “If we could arrest you all, we might.”

Eight Protesters Arrested at Miami Federal Courthouse During Michael Brown Demonstration

Eight protesters were arrested at the James Lawrence King Federal Justice Building in downtown Miami Thursday afternoon.

Hundreds of demonstrators met in downtown Miami across from the Miami Dade College Wolfson Campus to peacefully demand an end to police brutality in response to the ongoing unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, over the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown.

Protesters, with their hands up, walked in silence to the federal courthouse where U.S. Attorney Wifredo A. Ferrer’s office is located. Their goal was to peacefully protest inside the lobby of the building until the U.S. attorney came downstairs to hear their demands.

After more than an hour in the lobby, protesters were escorted out of the building, which was closing for the night. But eight demonstrators decided to stay, leading to their arrest.

See also: More photos from the Michael Brown demonstration in downtown Miami

The NYPD is threatening the city by not doing their jobs 

ests for all kinds of crimes and tickets for minor infractions have declined sharply across New York City, reports the New York Times. The New York Post has described the drop in activity — a 94% drop in arrests or tickets for minor offenses, and a 66% decrease in arrests overall compared to the same time last year— as a “virtual work stoppage.”

Is this the New York Police Department’s attempt at reforming its increasingly controversial “broken windows” approach to policing? On the contrary, it could be yet another act of political spite by the NYPD, whose most powerful unions have responded to the murder of two of its officers in December by lashing out at the mayor and city protesters.


‪Philadelphia: #‎sayhername‬ for all the Black and Brown women, trans people, queer people, and victims of racist police terror, May 21, 2015.

Pretty brutal stuff after the demo for ‪#‎sayhername‬. Philly cops are just as brutal as ever.

Update May 22: Philly, we need you now! 8 members of the Philly Coalition for Real Justice have been arrested. 4 are still waiting in jail with potentially big charges! We need you to join us at 8th and Race or 21st and Hamilton immediately!

Via Scott Williams