Massive Vegas Twist: Report Puts Cops Outside Shooter’s Door BEFORE Attack Started

(TFTP) One month after the Las Vegas shooting, there are a number of remaining questions about what led up to the massacre and how it unfolded, but there are also a several questions about why the timeline continues to change drastically—and the latest change puts law enforcement outside the shooter’s door minutes before the massacre […]

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It Begins: Corey Feldman Names Hollywood Pedophiles, Reports It to LAPD on Dr. OZ

(TFTP) After years of trying to convince the public to pay attention to the ongoing problem of pedophilia in the entertainment industry, Corey Feldman is now agreeing to reveal the names of influential figures who sexually assaulted him when he was a child. A preview for Thursday’s episode of the Dr. Oz show features Feldman […]

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3 Las Vegas Survivors Have Mysteriously Died Less Than a Month Since the Attack

(TFTP) Nearly one month after the Las Vegas shooting, three of the individuals who attended the Route 91 Harvest music festival have lost their lives—but the circumstances that led up their deaths had nothing to do with injuries they sustained during the shooting. According to a report, 28-year-old Kymberley Suchomel died at her home in […]

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New Video Emerges Clearly Capturing Overlapping Gunfire at Las Vegas Concert

(TFTP) A new video has emerged from the night of the Las Vegas shooting that appears to show overlapping gunfire coming from multiple locations, which clearly contradicts the mainstream narrative of what occurred on the night 59 people were killed and over 500 were injured. The video is under 3 minutes long and was filmed […]

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Non-Lethal? Police Tasers Have Killed Over 1,000—Many of Whom Were Mentally Ill

(TFTP) When a police shooting occurs, people often argue that the officer involved should have used a taser as a less lethal option—but some of the main points that are rarely discussed are how often police misuse tasers, and how many victims die as a result. An investigation conducted by Reuters revealed that more than […]

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Man Gets Death Threats for Criticizing Police After Cops Encouraged People to Harass Him

(TFTP) A business owner in St. Louis was quick to condemn police for tear-gassing his customers and indiscriminately firing rubber bullets into his restaurant, which endangered his patrons and ultimately forced him to close his business, costing him valuable revenue. In response, the owner has received both condemnations from the police union, and even death […]

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Cops Ignore Officer’s Warning, Openly Brag About Using Excessive Force on Camara

(TFTP) “I’m on camera,” Trenton Police Sgt. Charles Lamin said, attempting to warn his colleagues about the presence of his Body Camera, as they bragged about getting away with using excessive force. The topic of conversation among the officers in the patrol car was on the best way to subdue a suspect. Prior to Lamin’s […]

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Hospital Bans Cops from Contact With Nurses After Tyrannical Arrest Caught on Video

(TFTP) When an incident of police misconduct is caught on video, and that video goes viral on the internet, there is hope that the officers will be held accountable for their actions in court—but there is never a guarantee that things will change. The only certainty seems to be that attention will eventually shift to […]

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WATCH: “We’re Done Here” Power Tripping Cop Tells Harvey Flood Rescuers To Leave

(TFTP) Vidor, Texas — Volunteers aiding the victims of Hurricane Harvey in the flood-ravaged city of Vidor were stopped by police in an encounter that was caught on video. James Hartwell posted the video on Facebook on Saturday, writing: “So this just happened. Jared Kirkendoll and Scott Green was just told that they have to leave […]

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Sheriff Dept. Shamelessly Defends Horrific Roadside Rape by Cop Caught on Dash Cam

(TFTP) Houston – The account of a woman who was raped by police on the side of the road after a traffic stop turned into a horrific public “cavity search,” because officers claimed they “smelled marijuana” in 2015, has finally gained enough attention for the local sheriff to issue a response. Harris County Sheriff Ed […]

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What The Latest ‘Divide and Conquer’ Protests Say About America

Dear America, What The Hell? This newfound trend of violent riots is the perfect picture of just how many Americans are taking the “divide and conquer” bait to a new extreme, and it’s absolutely ridiculous. I don’t care if you’re a proud white nationalist or if you call yourself a member of Antifa, there are […]

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“Hahahaha Love This!”: Cop Celebrates the Mowing Down of Protesters in Charlottesville on Facebook

(TFTP) While many Americans were horrified as they watched coverage of the violent scene that unfolded in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Saturday, a police officer in Massachusetts cheered on the car that plowed through a crowd, leaving one dead and 19 injured. On an article titled, “HORROR: Car Plows Into Protesters In Charlottesville; One Dead, 19 […]

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Shocking New Study Shows that Nearly 1/4th of Fired Cops Get Their Jobs Back

(TFTP) While individual reports have told the story of the ongoing trend of police officers returning to work after demonstrating gross misconduct, a new study gives insight into the number of police officers who are fired, and then later rehired—and it revealed that nearly one-fourth of fired officers in the United States end up getting […]

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What Picking Up Trash in a Police State Looks Like: Man Cited by Police for Improperly Cleaning a River

(TFTP) Columbus, GA – Two college students learned the hard way that life in a Police State often includes unnecessary interrogation, false accusations and citations for victimless “crimes,” even when the suspects in question were helping to clean up the community. YouTubers Brandon Jordan and Tristan Yaptengco, both students at Columbus State University, were interrupted […]

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States Across The US Now Moving to Teach Kids How to Properly Submit to Cops

(TFTP) A new theme of laws in the United States appears to be geared towards teaching students how to properly submit to police by teaching them how to “interact” with the officers they encounter—and it could start with children as young as 5 years old. In Texas, Gov. Gregg Abbott signed Senate Bill 30 into […]

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Cop Paid $140K to Return to Work After Murdering Man on Video for Illegally Camping

(TFTP) The same police officer who was charged with murder in the execution-style shooting that killed a homeless man in 2014, for illegal camping, has returned to work with a settlement agreement that includes over $140,00. Dominique Perez went from facing second-degree murder charges, to returning to the Albuquerque Police Department with an extra $143,159 […]

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Eyewitnesses Recall Police Shooting American in the Head During London Attacks

(TFTP) An innocent American bystander was reportedly among the victims of a series of attacks in London on Saturday after he was shot in the head—by police. A total of seven people were killed and 48 injured after multiple suspects in a van mowed down pedestrians on London Bridge, and then went on a stabbing spree […]

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Man Jailed For 180 Days For Refusing To Give Police His iPhone Password

(TFTP) Should Americans face jail time for refusing to surrender their passwords to police, or is the request alone a violation of their Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination? According to one judge in Florida, the former is the correct answer. Christopher Wheeler, 41, was sentenced to 180 days in jail by Broward Circuit Court Judge […]

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Veteran Harassed By Police For Paying Parking Ticket With Pennies

  On today’s edition of “The System is Broken,” New Hampshire police called in the SWAT team to deal with a man who was paying a parking ticket in pennies… yes, really. When Billy Spaulding visited City Hall in Manchester, New Hampshire, with a 5-gallon bucket of pennies last week, and attempted to pay the $75 […]

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Black Lives, Blue Lives, All Lives Converge In Dallas Police Shootings

When tragedy occurs, fear tends to run rampant, and it’s our job to keep it from dividing us as a nation. Compassion doesn’t discriminate based on race or occupation. It is possible to mourn for the families of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, while also mourning for the families of five Dallas police officers. The officers who […]

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Five Deputies Disciplined After Video Reveals Inaction During Assault at Trump Rally

Five North Carolina sheriff’s deputies have been disciplined after video footage of their conduct at a Donald Trump campaign rally showed that they ignored one of the attendees who punched a protestor they were escorting out of the rally. John Franklin McGraw, 78, was arrested on March 10 and charged with assault and disorderly conduct […]

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Report: Prosecutors Decline to Charge Police in 96 Percent of Civil Rights Cases

An investigation into the results of civil rights cases in the United States between 1995 and 2015 found that federal prosecutors declined to charge police officers 96 percent of the time. A report from the investigation, which was conducted by the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, analyzed 3 million federal records from the Justice Department’s 94 U.S. Attorney […]

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Cellphone Footage Details LaVoy Finicum Traffic Stop, Shooting

Following the Department of Justice’s announcement that Oregon State Troopers were justified in shooting and killing Oregon Protestor LaVoy Finicum on Jan. 26, cellphone video was released, which gave insight into the events leading up to the shooting. The video, which was released by The Oregonian on Tuesday, was taken by Shawna Cox, 59, one […]

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FBI Agents Under Criminal Investigation in LaVoy Finicum Shooting

Federal officials announced Tuesday that while they justified the shooting of LaVoy Finicum when a group of protestors was apprehended in January, FBI agents involved in the encounter are being investigated for firing shots that were not reported. Finicum, 54, was part of a group of protestors occupying the Malheur Wildlife Refuge headquarters in Burns, […]

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Oregon Standoff: Cliven Bundy Arrested, Occupiers Say They Will Leave Refuge

After the four remaining protesters at the Malheur Wildlife Refuge headquarters in Burns, Oregon, spent Wednesday evening on live stream, while the FBI surrounded the compound, they have reportedly agreed to leave peacefully Thursday morning. The father of two of the group’s leaders, who were taken into FBI custody on Jan. 26, was also arrested […]

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California Police Dept. Using Software to Determine ‘Pre-Crime’ Threat Score

The police department in Fresno, California has begun implementing a new technology that, in addition to looking at arrest reports and property records, uses content from social media postings to calculates an individual’s “threat score.” According to a report from the Washington Post, when Fresno police received a 911 call about a man threatening his […]

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Texas State Trooper Who Arrested Sandra Bland, Indicted for Perjury by Grand Jury

The Texas state trooper who arrested Sandra Bland, 28, during a routine traffic stop in July 2015, was indicted for perjury charges by a grand jury on Wednesday, and will be fired by the Texas Department of Public Safety. Trooper Brian Encinia was charged with perjury for lying about his confrontation with Bland when he […]

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Ex-Cop Indicted for Killing Walter Scott Granted Bail, Released from Jail

Michael Slager, the former police officer who was indicted for the murder of Walter Scott during a traffic stop in North Charleston, South Carolina, in April 2015, has been released from jail on a $500,000 bond. Slager, 33, was previously denied bail and was held in solitary confinement at the Charleston County Detention Center after footage […]

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Armed Protesters Occupy Oregon Wildlife Refuge

A group of armed protestors have occupied the headquarters of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Burns, Oregon, in support of two ranchers who are supposed to begin prison sentences on Monday for arson charges. Dwight Hammond, 73, served three months and his son Steven Hammond, 46, served one year in prison, after the two were […]

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