Regardless of the outcome of this lawsuit, the evidence of law-enforcement abuse of power is mounting.
The New American has reported on several such incidents and has pointed out similarities between the weapons and tactics being used by police and the behavior of a “standing army” so despised by our Founding Fathers.
The state senate of North Carolina is considering a bill that would allow police to track license plates on state roads.
NSA whistleblower William Binney has made the startling claim that the NSA is recording the audio of at least 80 percent of Americans' telephone calls. The NSA acknowledged in 2013, after repeated and explicit denials, that it was recording telephone metadata, but it still denies it is keeping the audio of any American's phone calls.
As the number of Americans with concealed carry permits has increased, a new study reveals that during the same time period, the percentage of violent crimes has decreased. The study, conducted by the Crime Prevention Research Center, reveals that 11.1 million Americans now carry concealed weapons, a significant increase from 4.5 million in 2007. And that 146 percent increase coincides with a 22 percent decrease in both murder and violent crime rates.
An ACLU study reveals an increasingly militarized police force across the country that is abusing power and people.
In the ongoing war against guns, facts, history, logic, or experience don't matter. A lie repeated often enough becomes truth.