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Kansas City Officer Says He Thought Olive Garden Employee Was Kidding With Comment — but She Wasn’t

Jason Howerton, October 12, 2015
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (TheBlaze/AP) — The president of the Olive Garden restaurant chain has apologized to a Kansas City police officer after a restaurant employee asked him to leave because he was armed. colludes with police to share your genetic information in violation of privacy rights

By Heyes: (NaturalNews) A massive public genealogy database owned by the family history web site is being exploited by law enforcement even though donors to the collection were told that their privacy would be assured.

In recent weeks, the New Orleans Advocate published an alarming story that helps explain the very real privacy and civil liberties threats posed by law enforcement access to what were supposed to be private genetic databases and familial DNA searching.

Federal judges declare cops can arbitrarily arrest hundreds of people; citizens have no freedom of assembly

By Heyes: (NaturalNews) The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has reversed an earlier decision that allowed participants in the so-called "Occupy Wall Street" movement to sue New York City police following a mass arrest on the Brooklyn Bridge four years ago.

As reported by Courthouse News, a three-judge panel ruled 2-1 to dismiss the lawsuit without so much as even a hearing on the case.

The report further stated:

Two police officers chased autistic man 'because it was funny' then one beat him in racist attack, court told Read more:

By Carter:Two police officers chased a severely autistic man in a car 'because it was funny' before one beat him in a racist-fuelled attack, a court heard. Police constables Christopher Pitts and Christopher Thomas were heard laughing as they drove after Faruk Ali, who was walking in the street in Luton.

Police Seize Man’s Property, Freeze Bank Accounts — but It’s the Thing They Still Haven’t Done That’s Staggering

By Howerton:Wladyslaw “Wally” Kowalski was left stunned in September of this year after witnessing police officers raid his home and seize his personal property, including a power generator and expensive tools. His bank accounts were later reportedly frozen, leaving Kowalski incapable of paying bills and student loan installments.

But Kowalski was never charged with a crime — and he’s yet to be charged with any crime months later.

SAFE Act: State identifies 278 mentally unstable people to lose their guns

By Mulder:Syracuse, N.Y. -- New York state has identified 278 licensed gun owners who could lose their weapons because they are considered mentally unstable.

At least eight of them are Central New Yorkers, half of whom have had their guns and permits taken away by authorities.

Cop Is Being Fired For NOT Using Violence To Resolve A Situation

Seaside, CA — A 20 year veteran of the CSU Monterey Bay police force, was given a notice of termination this week for choosing NOT to immediately resort to violent escalation during a confrontation with a suicidal student.

The unidentified officer was the first one on the scene when responding to an incident involving a suicidal college student in his CSUMB dorm room in February of this year. The officer showed a heartening level of restraint when dealing with a student, who was in his room with a knife and hammer, and was also threatening to light himself on fire.


he criminal law is powerful: breach it and you can lose your liberty. In a parenting context: breach it and your children can also be taken into care. So, it is a cardinal principle of a free society that criminal law is restricted to dealing only with behaviour that should properly be criminalised. Yet by expanding the offence of child cruelty to embrace emotional harm, the UK government’s so-called Cinderella Law will criminalise many aspects of normal family life.