Terrorist Suspect’s Family Is ‘Outraged’ Over NYPD’s Treatment Of Him After His Attempted Suicide Bombing

  Family Of Alleged Port Authority Terrorist ‘Outraged’ Over Police Behavior Joe Simonson Media Reporter The family of Akayed Ullah, the suspect behind Monday morning’s failed suicide bombing at the New York City Port Authority Bus Terminal, expressed “outrage” by the actions of law enforcement. “We are heartbroken by the violence that was targeted at our city today, and by the allegations being made against a member of our family,” Albert Fox Cahn, the legal director for CAIR New York, stated on behalf of the Ullah family, WABC reported Monday.Read More

NYC Hero Cops ‘Lit Up’ Terror Suspect

  Hero Cops ‘Lit Up’ Terror Suspect In NYC Nick Givas Media Reporter The police officers who fired on a New York City terror suspect Tuesday evening “lit him up,” according to a fellow law enforcement official. “He jumped out of the truck with a pellet gun, yelled, ‘Allahu Akbar,’ and the First Precinct lit him up,” a law enforcement official said, The New York Times reported. Witnesses claim they heard gunfire, and most of them ducked for cover. The suspect, identified as as 29-year-old Sayfullo Saipov, is being treatedRead More

Federal Court Ruling Guts Police Ability To Use Guns

  Federal Court Ruling Guts Police Ability To Use Guns Anders Hagstrom Justice Reporter A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that Seattle police can only use force “proportional” to the threat they face, seriously damaging the Seattle Police Department’s ability to use firearms. The ruling from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the use of force reforms put in place by federal mandates under the Obama administration that required police to use only “objectively reasonable force, proportional to the threat or urgency of the situation,” the Associated Press reports.Read More

Spain: Police Arrest Second Suspect In Connection With Barcelona Terror Attack

  Police Arrest Second Suspect In Connection With Barcelona Terror Attack Will Racke Immigration and Foreign Policy Reporter The president of Spain’s Catalonia region confirmed that police have arrested a second suspect in connection with the van attack in Barcelona’s Las Ramblas district Thursday. Two men are in custody following the attack, which left 12 people dead and at least 80 more injured, Carles Puigdemont said at a news conference, according to the Associated Press. A rental van jumped the sidewalk in Las Ramblas on Thursday afternoon, mowing down pedestriansRead More

‘Tell My Family I Love Them’: Officer To Dispatch During Near Death Shooting

  ‘Tell My Family I Love Them’: Officer Pleads During Near Death Shooting Amber Randall Civil Rights Reporter A South Carolina police officer pleaded with dispatchers to tell his family he loved him after being shot at eight times by a suspect, camera footage released Thursday shows. South Carolina prosecutors released the eyeglass camera footage Thursday from the 2016 shooting as part of trial evidence in Malcolm Antwan Orr’s attempted murder of Estill Police Officer Quincy Smith, reports Fox 13. WATCH: The shooting occurred New Year’s Day 2016, when SmithRead More

Illegal Cellphones Are Being Used To Assassinate Police Officers And Their Families

  Illegal Cellphones Are Being Used To Assassinate Police Officers And Their Families Eric Lieberman Tech and Law Reporter The assassin broke through the front door shouting “police” as Capt. Robert Johnson of Bishopville, S.C. was getting ready for work early in the morning March 5, 2010. Johnson, a prison guard at the Lee Correctional Institution (LCI), immediately knew two things: He had to get the assassin’s attention in order to protect his wife — sleeping quietly in the nearby bedroom — and the hit was undoubtedly connected to aRead More

President Donald J. Trump Signed The Wounded Officers Recovery Act

President Donald J. Trump Signs H.R. 3298 into Law Today, President Donald J. Trump signed into law H.R. 3298, the Wounded Officers Recovery Act of 2017. The President is proud to sign this bill to allow the U.S. Capitol Police Memorial Fund to provide financial assistance to Capitol Police officers injured in the line of duty, including Special Agents David Bailey and Crystal Griner, who were injured defending Members of Congress and others during the shooting at the June 14, 2017 practice for the annual Congressional Baseball Game for Charity.Read More

Boynton Beach, Florida: Police Officer Arrives On Scene And Finds An Alligator Waiting [VIDEO]

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. – Boynton Beach Officer Alfredo Vargas responded to a call about an alligator at a residence. His body cam captured the gator wrangling incident.                               Watch Here:    

Cop Knocks Out Knife-Wielding Man Seconds After He Shouts ‘Allahu Akbar’ [VIDEO]

  Spanish Cop Knocks Out Knife-Wielding Man Seconds After He Shouts ‘Allahu Akbar’ [VIDEO] Jacob Bojesson Foreign Correspondent A knife-wielding man shouting “Allahu Akbar” (God is great) tried to attack Spanish police Tuesday moments before an officer knocked him out with a plastic road barrier. The failed attack took place in the Spanish territory of Melilla, which makes up one of two land borders between the European Union and Africa. The man was circled by a large group of officers as he approached the border post with a knife. OneRead More

Minneapolis Police Chief Resigns Following Officer Shooting Of Unarmed Australian Woman

  Minneapolis Police Chief Resigns Following Shooting Of Unarmed Australian Woman Ted Goodman Minneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau resigned Friday, just five days after one of the department’s officers shot an unarmed Australian woman who had just dialed 911 to report a possible crime outside her home. Harteau resigned at the request of Minneapolis Democratic-Farmer Labor Party Mayor Betsy Hodges. “I’ve lost confidence in the chief’s ability to lead us further,” Hodges said in a statement Friday. My statement on @MinneapolisPD Chief Janeé Harteau: My statement on @MinneapolisPD Chief JaneéRead More