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HUSH NEWS: JUDICIAL Murders And More (Part II) -Something Old Something True:

Philadelpha Judge Found Dead at NJ Shore Home, Apparent Suicide
By Mike Dunn

VENTNOR, N.J. (CBS) — Philadelphia’s legal and political community is mourning the death of Common Pleas judge Adam Beloff, whose body was found at his Ventnor, NJ home on Saturday after an apparent suicide. 1,614 more words


FBI Investigation needed into Santa Clara County Sheriff department's top leadership and internal affairs unit

Many Santa Clara County Sheriff Department internal affairs investigations have recently been reopened by the FBI. This is a good start and a step in the right direction but there is much more needs to be done to stop police corruption… 93 more words

Records: Polk County Sheriff’s Office buried four tips in 1986 Daryl Sindermann murder

by Timothy Charles Holmseth on November 26, 2015 at 11:01 P.M.

The Polk County Sheriff’s Office (PCSO) in Minnesota may have inadvertently revealed who murdered Daryl Sindermann in 1986. 370 more words

This Thanksgiving I'm Thankful for the Good Guys...We Need More of Them.

Hundreds of people have been protesting in the streets of Chicago since the release of a dash-cam video showing a young black teenager, Laquan McDonald, being fatally shot sixteen times by a single officer. 564 more words

Laquan McDonald and Malcolm London cases highlight major problem in Chicago

The horrific slaying by police of Laquan McDonald has been one of the major stories leading up to the Thanksgiving holiday, with the police finally releasing an incriminating video showing the 17-year-old black youth gunned down by sixteen shots at the hands of a “peace officer” after over a year’s time. 557 more words

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Update on the Kelly Thomas Case

If you remember, I relentlessly followed the Kelly Thomas case (and he’s a white guy! for all you people that think I seem to only pay attention to white police officer-on-black-individual cases). 257 more words

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Philadelphia , Policing at it's finest:

“Eighty-eight more narcotics convictions were thrown out by a Philadelphia judge Friday after an investigation determined they were tainted by allegations of police corruption.

Common Pleas Court President Judge Sheila Woods-Skipper’s rulings were part of the continuing fallout from the federal prosecution of seven city police narcotics officers. 286 more words

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