Tag Archives: Domestic Policing

RICO, The War on Drugs and Asset Forfeiture

A police dog scratched at your luggage, so we’re confiscating your life savings and you’ll never get it back.” In 1989, police stopped 49-year-old Ethel Hylton at Houston’s Hobby Airport and told her she was under arrest because a drug dog had … Continue reading

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Family Terrorized Due to Switched License Plate

MISSION HILLS — A case of mistaken identity led to a family of five, headed on a camping trip, being frisked on the 405 Freeway and placed in handcuffs. Los Angeles Police Department officials came across the family’s white van … Cont… Continue reading

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Okie Pundit’s Vantage Point-In the Dark About ALPR

Okie Pundit thinks the traffic cam controversy is lame; Last month the blogosphere, led by Mike McCarville, erupted over the proposal to use traffic cameras to detect uninsured drivers. From our vantage point, this is much ado about nothing. Mr. O. Pun… Continue reading

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No Place to Hide

Chapter 10 by Robert O’Harrow, Jr. Tagged: 9 11, anonymity, no plece to hide, Privacy, Robert O’Harrow, Surveillance, technology Continue reading

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Oklahoma ALPR Tag Scanning Cameras Transportation Tyranny

According to “The McCarville Report” New License Plate Part Of ‘Spy Cam’ Plan May 23, 2010 Governor Henry’s plan to install more than 200 highway “spy” cameras to record vehicle license plates has been flying below the radar in state government for more than a year and despite a few news stories about it, the […] Continue reading

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URGENT! Oklahoma DNA Expansion Bill DEFEATED

Oklahoma House defeats bill to require DNA samples prior to suspect’s conviction By Associated Press 5:11 PM CDT, May 20, 2010 OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Oklahoma House has overwhelmingly defeated legislation that would authorize officials to take DNA samples from suspects accused of felonies and violent misdemeanors before they go to trial. The House […] Continue reading

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AxXiom for Liberty Show Guests Howard Houchen and GW Shultz

G.W. Schulz joined the Center for Investigative Reporting in 2008 and covers homeland security. Prior to that time, he wrote extensively about politics, municipal corruption, workplace safety, criminal justice and the changing national landscape in news media for the San Francisco Bay Guardian and Urban Tulsa Weekly here in Oklahoma. http://www.CenterforInvestigativeReporting.org Howard Houchen is running […] Continue reading

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“Cop Book” memoirs reveals police spying at the RNC

By GW Shultz, reporter fro the Center for Investigative Reporting May 10, 2010 The autobiography of a former police officer in Minnesota discloses fresh details about the breadth of law enforcement spying on political protesters that took place leading up the 2008 Republican National Convention in St. Paul. The book has received only scant attention […] Continue reading

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