Monthly Archives: June 2017

[T]he women first called 911 and took to social media to report they had been attacked on a bus by a group of white students because they were black.

U. Albany Fake Hate Crime

Expelled UAlbany students get probation in bogus hate crime case

Albany Times UnionJun 16, 2017
ALBANY — The former University at Albany students who were convicted of falsely reporting a hate crime on a CDTA bus last year avoided jail …

New State Police Barracks Opens in the Poconos

wnep.comJun 13, 2017
“This is the future of the Pennsylvania State Police and all we embody in terms of providing quality public services to citizens and visitors of …

Obama, Holder, Lynch et al. War On Cops – Hit & Run National Media Long Gone

Baltimore Commissioner Kevin Davis Calls Out Judges

Commissioner Kevin Davis: Criminals “do not fear arrest”

ABC2 News – ‎14 hours ago‎

BALTIMORE – In addressing escalating Baltimore City violence Tuesday, Police Commissioner Kevin Davis had tough words for judges who let criminals out of jail. “Worst case scenario, they’re going to get a finger wagged at them,” Davis said of gun …

Obama, Holder, Lynch et al. War On Cops – Time For The Lawyers To Cash In

Baltimore civil rights monitor applications present a choice: Local knowledge or national expertise

Baltimore Sun7 hours ago
The more than two dozen teams vying to monitor the court-ordered civil rights reforms at the Baltimore Police Department give the city a choice of two different paths: drawing on people with deep local knowledge or hiring a group with a track record in other big cities.
The proposed budgets for the monitor’s office range from $5 million to $7.4 million for five years’ work. The overall cost of implementing the reforms in that period is budgeted to be $41.5 million.
Under President Barack Obama, the Justice Department used civil rights investigations and consent decrees to bring changes to local police departments. But current Attorney General Jeff Sessions has questioned their value and ordered a review.

PHL 17 Reporter Lets Philly Cop Know Her Opinion Of Him And Police Officers In General

Story image for Reporter Becomes Unhinged Outside Helium Comedy Club from Philadelphia magazineWarning: Foul Language Even For A Female Reporter

WATCH: PHL 17 Reporter Becomes Unhinged Outside Helium …

Philadelphia magazine13 hours ago
WATCH: PHL 17 Reporter Becomes Unhinged Outside Helium Comedy Club … PHL 17 reporter Colleen Campbell did not have a very good

COLUMN: Wolf’s state police tax discriminates against rural Pennsylvanians

By Scott Martin

7 hrs ago


Let’s start by getting one thing straight: Pennsylvania State Police coverage is not free for anyone.

Gov. Tom Wolf recently proposed a new $25 tax on every Pennsylvanian who lives in an area without a full-time local police force. Continue reading