A woman who was pepper sprayed during during a raid on Occupy Seattle last week is blaming police after she miscarried Sunday. Jennifer Fox, 19, told The Stranger that she had been with the Occupy protests since they started in Westlake Park. She said she was homeless and three months pregnant, […]
Several pictures have been circulating today placing Lt John Pike in various famous works of art as well as movies and other scenes. Well, here is an animated gif I just created showing him attacking Gandalf the White…. Perhaps I will make a sequel shortly where Gandalf destroys […]
Retired Philadelphia police captain Ray Lewis, who was arrested with 300 other protesters in the Occupy Wall Street movement last week, called his arrest “the proudest moment of my life.” Video below he talks about his arrest.
Today, these internet memes of a photoshopped Lt. John Pike, now infamously known for openly spraying protesters at UC Davis who were peacefully sitting in a line across the sidewalk, have become viral as he now appears is some very famous artwork, as well as humorous scenes. For […]
Our country has evolved right before our very eyes into a police state. Yes, a police state. Many cringe at these words and deny their existence within our own country, but look at what has been going on. Our First Amendment’s right to free speech and peaceful assembly […]
Here are several visual aids which have been circulating on the internet. Some may make you laugh, but as a whole, they may make you cry.
Two Albuquerque police officers were fired on Wednesday, November 16th, 2011, after a brutal beating and head kicking incident of a car theft suspect back in February this year. Officers John Doyle and Robert Woolever had both been with the department for about four years. This parking garage […]
PORTLAND, OREGON — November 17, 2011 — A woman is hit with pepper spray in Pioneer Courthouse Square. People gathered on the east side of the Steel bridge to demonstrate in support of the Occupy Portland movement, on the day known as N17. Several people were arrested and […]
Today, Thursday November 17th, marked the two-month anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement. Just 60 days ago, a few hundred arrived at Wall Street to take up camp and occupy the area in protest to the greed and corruption within our government and corporations. The main stream […]