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    The devil decided to rear its ugly head again at the Glorious Church. On (Sunday May 13th) Mother’s Day the Raleigh Police Department was dispatched to the church giving us a civil nuisance party/noise violation during our 11am worship service due to several 911 calls from a particular neighbor. I thought 911 is […]

Tyler Perry shared his recent encounter with the Atlanta Police Department on his Facebook fan page yesterday. Perry says he was stopped by police officers soon after leaving his Atlanta studios. The officers did not know who he was and he felt that he was in a situation that could have gone very badly until […]

Both the initial police report and various mainstream media outlets have reported that George Zimmerman, 28, had signs of trauma to his nose, blood on the back of his head and nose, and grass and moisture on the back of his red jacket when they arrived on the scene, as a result of being beaten […]

ABC News has a story on the popular hip-hop/video website, WorldStarHipHop.com. In the story they discuss the effects of the website, which often posts cell phone camera footage of fights in schools, fast food restaurants, and on trains and buses. They also report that police departments are frequenting the popular website to to identify and […]

New York college student Nicholas K. Peart writes a disturbing yet familiar article in the New York Times about his experience with the police, entitled “Why Is the NYPD After Me?” RELATED: Black Males and Cops: Are We Living in a Police State Peart initially explains that even though his mother gave him an ominous […]

From the AJC.com: On-duty police will be patrolling Piedmont Park for the remainder of this year’s Screen on the Green features — a first for the outdoor film series. More off-duty cops also will be hired as part of a new security plan unveiled Monday by city and park officials. The changes come 11 days […]

VIA: New Orleans Times-Picayune Admitting a massive cover-up, a former New Orleans police supervisor pleaded guilty to a federal obstruction charge on Wednesday, confessing that he participated in a conspiracy to justify the shooting of six unarmed people after Hurricane Katrina that was hatched not long after police stopped firing their weapons. The guilty plea […]

VIA: CNN.com This much isn’t in dispute: Heather Ellis cut in line at a Wal-Mart nearly three years ago. But the accounts of what happened next vary, depending on whom you ask — and has divided this economically struggling Missouri town of 11,000 along racial lines. Ellis, then a college student with no criminal history, […]