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Tag Archives: Police
Dyer Sez: Once again, government has decided that it needs to track and trace the minutia of our daily existence in the name of the public interest. The latest stratagem to be rolled out is the use of RFID tracking … Continue reading
Dy’er Sez: There are a few things in this story that seem like either the management of the fast-food joint or the police were overreacting. First off, if the kids were really imitating the YouTube video (which is included below), then … Continue reading
Dy’er Sez: Although the police departments involved claim that this is an excellent crime deterrent and cite the legality of these searches based on a 1968 Supreme Court ruling which came up with the idea of ‘reasonable suspicion’ as a way … Continue reading
Dy’er Sez: Just a couple of days ago, I wrote about a cop in a special needs school who broke a learning disabled kid’s nose, after slamming him into a wall for not tucking in his shirt. The situation would be … Continue reading
John Sez: It seems that the media attention on APF and the city of Hardin reached enough of a boiling point that the deal, which was clung to very tightly by the parties involved, may just fizzle out.
Dy’er Sez: It seems that the media attention on APF and the city of Hardin reached enough of a boiling point that the deal, which was clung to very tightly by the parties involved, may just fizzle out. After a public … Continue reading
Dy’er Sez: In a peculiar report from the AP, the town of Hardin, Montana, is being patrolled by men driving around in vehicles marked as “City of Hardin, Police Dept”. This would not seem out of the ordinary, but Hardin doesn’t … Continue reading
Dy’er Sez: This follows on the footsteps of other jurisdictions (like Arizona and Texas) who have similar programs. On the surface, this might seem reasonable, but the whole endeavor is fraught not only with some element of danger (both for a … Continue reading
Dy’er Sez: Every day (literally) I read or see a news story about cops abusing their power or perpetrating violence against people who truly don’t deserve it(normally I would link to some stories to back up this claim, but there are … Continue reading
Dy’er Sez: Recently, Homeland Security director, Janet Napolitano, gave a speech on her department’s zeroing in on so called ‘homegrown terrorists’. Perhaps I’ve grown accustomed to reading between the lines when it comes to politico speeches, but her words sent off … Continue reading