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Cop Pulled A Gun On Woman’s Unarmed Son, Then Used Facebook Posts Against Her In Court

PAR investigates police use of Facebook posts in the cases of Korryn Gaines, Arturo Adame, and Michael Avery, and follows Erica Hamlett’s fight for accountability…

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Posted in #TheRealNews discrimination Extra-judicial killings George Floyd Hennepin County Minneapolis PAR Police Abuse Police Accountability Report police brutality police state protests Racial Profiling stephen janis Taya Graham unrest uprising

Independent Autopsy Concludes George Floyd’s Death Was A Homicide

An independent autopsy released by Floyd’s family raises serious questions about the previous findings, which implied underlying health issues were responsible for his death. Forensic…

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COVID-19 Is The New Cash Cow For Policing

American citizens are facing thousands of dollars in fines and jail time for breaking state-ordered pandemic restrictions. PAR and The Masters Report discuss how profit…

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‘They Know Who I Am’: Auditor Arrested Again—While Playing a Video Game

Disabled veteran and First Amendment activist Blind Justice returns to PAR, saying he and his wife were threatened with violence and arrest while playing PokemonGo…

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Breaking: Cop Charged for Shooting Handcuffed Man 7 Times

While waiting handcuffed in a police car after a traffic stop, a man was shot 7 times by Cpl Michael Owen from Prince Georges County,…

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Breaking: Cop Charged with Making Multiple False Arrests

Baltimore Police Sgt Ethan Newberg is facing 32 counts of false imprisonment and assault for using illegal arrests to intimidate the community, prosecutors allege. The…

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ICE’s Expanded Use of Facial Recognition Threatens All Our Civil Liberties 

Evan Greer of Fight for the Future discusses how giving ICE access to the DMV databases of driver’s license photos poses universal risks. Facial recognition…

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Facial Recognition Technology Ban for Police Is Important, but Not Enough

San Francisco, the ‘Silicon Valley’ city where facial recognition technology has been developed, is one of the first cities to recognize the risk to city…

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