Philadelphia City Council Bans Police Use of Rubber Bullets, Tear Gas in Wake of Riots, Street Violence

The Philadelphia City Council, in a 14-3 vote, approved a measure that bans police use of “less-lethal munitions,” such as rubber bullets, tear gas and pepper spray, on demonstrators.

As of Thursday, at least 11 ATMs were blown up across …

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Imprisonment Rate for African-Americans Lowest in 31 Years Under Trump, Hispanics Down 24%

The imprisonment rate in the U.S. has dropped to its lowest level in 31 years, according to new information released by the Department of Justice, driven by a significant reduction in the percentage of African-Americans and Hispanics being incarcerated.…

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Los Angeles City Council Votes to Send “Unarmed Response” Teams to 911 Calls Instead of Police Officers

The Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously – by a count of 14-0 – to create a pilot program to send “unarmed response” teams to nonviolent calls. Those calls are currently fielded by the Los Angeles Police Department.

The …

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Colorado SWAT Team Walks Away From Standoff with Child Abuse Suspect: “Avoiding Unnecessary Confrontations Now a Top Priority For the Department”

The Aurora, Colorado, SWAT team walked away from what was described as a “felony child abuse investigation” with a suspect after a standoff that lasted four hours.

That suspect, Eric Burns, 39, “had a valid misdemeanor no bond DV …

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Police Captain on Rochester Mass Shooting: “If I Hear One More Politician Talk About Needing More Gun Laws I’m Going to Vomit”

Police Captain Frank Umbrino took issue with the rhetoric coming from politicians on the epidemic of gun violence.

“If I hear one more politician talk about what we need to do to stop the violence, we need more gun laws, …

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Watch: Three Police Officers Receive Standing Ovation After Walking into Washington, D.C. Bar

Three police officers received a standing ovation upon entering Harry’s Restaurant …

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Dallas Mavericks Owner Mark Cuban Donates $50,000 Each to LA Deputies Shot Last Month in Ambush

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New Video Footage Appears to Bolster Kyle Rittenhouse’s Claim of Self-Defense

Kyle Rittenhouse’s legal team released never before seen video footage appearing to bolster Rittenhouse’s claim of self-defense during the violent events of August 25.

Rittenhouse, a 17-year-old, shot 3 individuals in Kenosha, Wisconsin, that night, killing 2 of them, …

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Portland DA Drops Attempted Murder and Arson Charges for Protester Who Threw Molotov Cocktail at Police

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BLM Protester Who Pointed Gun at Highway Drivers in Louisville Linked to Soros-Funded Organizations

On Friday September 20, 2020 drone footage captured several Black Lives Matter protesters shutting down traffic and pointing guns at motorists in Louisville, KY.

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Man Who Allegedly Shot Two Louisville Police Officers Charged with “Assault”

A man who is accused of shooting two Louisville police officers during Breonna Taylor demonstrations Wendesday night is being charged with with assault.

The suspect, identified as 26-year-old Larynzo Johnson, is being charged with two counts of assault in …

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Man Wearing “Justice for Breonna Taylor” Shirt Kills 3 in Retired Cop Bar, Say Police

A man shot indiscriminately at bar patrons in Louisville, KY, last Friday night. The bar was frequented by retired police officers.

The suspect, identified as 33-year-old Michael Rhynes, was wearing a “Justice For Breonna Taylor” t-shirt and smiling when he …

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Trump Administration Labels NYC, Portland & Seattle “Anarchist Jurisdictions” Paving Way for Blocking of Federal Funds

The Department of Justice has labeled New York City, NY, Portland, OR, and Seattle, WA, “anarchist jurisdictions.” The designation allows the White House’s Office of Management and Budget to recommend restrictions of federal grants for the cities.

Per …

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Voters Who Have Experienced Violent Protests Strongly Prefer Trump

A recent poll for Rasmussen shows that President Donald Trump has a strong approval rating from those Americans who have …

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Poll Finds Majority of Likely Voters Want Attacks on Law Enforcement Officers to be Considered Hate Crimes

According to a poll released on Thursday a majority of likely voters – 59% – want attacks on police officers to be classified as hate crimes. That number is unchanged from 2016, but the number of respondents who say they …

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