If you’re driving down the road in the future and you see a cop pointing what appears to be a radar gun your way, stepping on the brake to slow down might not help you out, because speeding might not be what he’s looking for.
A Virginia-based company is developing a detection gun that can tell if a person in the vehicle is texting. . . . Read Complete Report
We spent a lot of time reporting on the actions of bad cops here at THEI. But I know as well as you do that there are way more good cops than bad. The only problem is the good cops get no coverage. Well, here is the story of one who knows our constitutional rights and knows where his loyalties lay. . . EDITOR
Anthony Bologna– the NYPD Deputy Inspector caught on video pepper-spraying two women Occupy Wall Street protesters in Union Square last fall– could have to dig into his own pockets to pay for the damages in the women’s civil lawsuitagainst him. New York City has opted not to defend Bologna in court, The Wall Street Journal reports.
The decision indicates the city finds the 29-year NYPD veteran’s defense of his actions inadequate, and is a stark contrast from NYPD spokesman Paul Browne’s initial remarks on the incident in September.