The NZ Police are a Political Weapon for John Key

If you choose to stand up to the government here in New Zealand, whether you are an opposition politician or investigative journalist you now know that the government might send it's attack dogs in the form of our intelligence agencies or the police force to dig through your private business and use it against you without warrant or court order.

Corruption is flourishing in New Zealand since we voted in pathological liar John Key as Prime Minister.

Chicago Cops Have “Disappeared” More than 7,000 People at Secret Interrogation Warehouse

A lawsuit filed on behalf of the Guardian revealed a mind-blowingly high number of people who were effectively ‘disappeared’ at the secret warehouse prison used by Chicago cops.

As Chicago mayor, Rahm Emanuel blames the “YouTube Effect” for the animosity towards police, more than 7,000 people were secretly detained and held without due process in his town. Apparently, none of the victims, their friends, or their family members resent police for holding their loved ones without due process.

What's Happening To Nicky Hager?

Martyn Bradbury's latest posting on The Daily Blog should give every member of the democratic public serious pause. The allegations levelled at the NZ Police are serious and deeply concerning. It is very difficult, having read Martyn’s post, to avoid the conclusion that Nicky Hager may be the victim of deliberate political persecution, and that among the principal agents of that persecution may be members of the NZ Police Force.
New Zealand Cops Raided Home of Reporter Working on Snowden Documents:

Marijuana Dispensary Suing Mayor After Cops Raid Shop and Eat Edibles

A raid on a California medical marijuana dispensary at the end of May revealed questionable police practices by the officers involved. Now, Sky High Holistic is suing Santa Ana mayor Miguel Pulido, claiming he ordered police to shut down the dispensary because they did not pay a $25,000 bribe that would guarantee their place in a lottery system for a license.


The Police case we aren’t really talking about, but probably should because what they did was so illegal

Put aside the appalling RoastBuster farce, put aside the Police raiding Nicky Hager’s house and seizing evidence he had of police corruption and put aside the sado-masochistic gang rape parties of the 1980s and nothing highlights a Police force becoming a law unto themselves quite so spectacularly as the Red Devils case…

CA police raid medical weed dispensary, eat edibles, destroy cameras

In May, police in riot gear stormed the Sky High Holistic medical marijuana dispensary in Santa Ana, California. They ordered customers on the ground, made fun of an amputee ("Did you punch that one-legged old benita?" asks a male officer "I was about to kick her in her fucking nub," replies a female officer.) They dismantle cameras, but not before they were recorded gobbling what appear to be marijuana edibles.

Santa Ana Police Chief Carlos Rojas promised to look into the incident, but expressed reservations after reviewing the video, which had been edited by Matthew Pappas, an attorney representing the dispensary.

Film the Police: A new app makes it easier.

Last month, video footage emerged that appeared to show something illegal: A U.S. marshal approached a woman who was filming him on duty, snatched her smartphone, and smashed it on the ground.

That incident only became news because someone else was filming the encounter. But not every bystander filming a police encounter can have a backup. What should a person do when there's no one else on the scene?

A new app tries to answer this question by offering, in effect, a different kind of backup. Called Mobile Justice CA, the app uploads all video footage as it’s being captured to servers owned by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). Even if the phone is destroyed, the video will survive.

London police spend millions snooping on journalists, FOI request reveals

London Metropolitan Police (MPS) have spent more than £33.5 million snooping on journalists, a Freedom of Information (FoI) request has shown.

The FoI request, from the Press Gazette, showed that the number of investigations into the activities of journalists in 2014 was nearly double 2013 figures, in which £19.5 million was spent.

Operation Weeting, which investigated phone hacking at the News of the World, cost the police £19.2 million, while Operation Elveden, which is investigating News International over inappropriate collusions with the police, has so far cost £11.3 million.

Police State USA: Man charged with breaking a trooper’s fist with his face

A motorist was viciously beaten, tasered, and maced repeatedly, then charged with 24 separate crimes and maliciously prosecuted for every one of them. He was beaten four (4) times over the course of 11-hours, and not once had he acted maliciously. The incident stemmed from his driving while on an unusually high dosage of legally-prescribed bipolar medication and a subsequent fender bender. Dash-cam footage revealed the extraordinary exaggerations made about the case — 2 years after it took place.

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