Baltimore Circuit Judge Barry G. Williams found Officer Edward Nero not guilty on all charges related to the death of Freddie Gray. The verdict was read to a crowded courtroom and overflow room Monday. Nero was charged by prosecutors last year in the death of Freddie Gray, who died while in police custody. The charges against Nero were second-degree assault, reckless endangerment, and misconduct in office.
On Thursday, police in Washington, D.C. charged a female security guard with assault for removing a man from the women's restroom at a Giant supermarket. The man — who “identifies” as a “transgender woman” — called the police after he was removed from the restroom and the store by the security guard, 45-year-old Francine Jones. Jones was charged with simple assault. The police report notes that the “assault” is a suspected “hate crime.”
The House Oversight Committee, chaired by Jason Chaffetz, introduced a resolution to censure IRS Commissioner John Koskinen for misconduct while IRS head.
John Birch Society speaker James Fitzgerald is traveling American pleading with Americans to "Support Your Local Police — and Keep Them Independent!"
Hillary Clinton’s use of an unsecured, private e-mail server during her tenure as secretary of state has been under investigation by the FBI for more than a year. The crux of the investigation is how she handled — or mishandled — sensitive information. Now, with the investigation in its final stages, some of Clinton’s closest aides have been interviewed by the FBI and Clinton herself is expected to be questioned any time now.
It was an image of a stick figure being hanged, accompanied by the slur “Nig***!” and the hashtag #WhitePower. And the police were poised to file hate-crime charges — until...
The statute of limitations is up on former House Speaker Dennis Hastert's criminal child sexual abuse. But what of the child sexual abuse that, even when committed today, cannot be prosecuted?
Another opportunity for the Left and their enablers to sully the reputation of local law enforcement, setting the table for the inevitable solution: a national police force.
Twenty-eight classified pages from the famous 9/11 Commission Report on the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, could be made public by June, according to James Clapper, the director of National Intelligence.
The Chicago Tribune announced last week that the number of people shot in Chicago so far this year has exceeded 1,000, a rate not seen since the 1990s.