Follow me It was in October 2013 when in San Francisco that I first heard the word “sousveillance.” Just what the hell is sousveillance? From Wikipedia: The term “sousveillance”, coined by Steve Mann, stems from the contrasting French words sur, meaning “above”, and sous, meaning “below”, i.e. “surveillance” denotes the “eye-in-the-sky” watching from above,
Follow me Tom Zebra and Kelly Patterson have a combined 25+ years of filming the police. Last week I had the pleasure of sitting down with them. What resulted was the hour-long video below, in which the duo share insight about their experiences and their work to strengthen their community.
Follow me Mother’s Day 2018. A peaceful congregation gathered in front of the Bellagio Fountains on Las Vegas Boulevard to commemorate Tashii Brown who was murdered at the hands of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. Tashii’s life was taken too soon just one year prior on Mother’s Day 2017.
Follow me One year ago, early on the morning of Mother’s Day 2017, Tashii Brown sought help from two officers from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department inside the Venetian Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip. Instead of receiving that help, after he explained that he thought someone
Follow me I’ve spoken with hundreds of police employees. With the possible exception of cannabis, no other area of tasked enforcement has elicited more candid conversations than that of firearm ownership. Multiple police employees have told me that should certain firearm-related legislation ever come to pass — such as one
Follow me The following post was originally posted at CopBlock.org by “Chuck U Farley.” Some minor edits have been made for spelling and grammar, as well as formatting differences between the sites. Ademo Freeman, CopBlock Co-Founder, Sentenced To Prison For Nine Months CopBlock Co-Founder Ademo Freeman was sentenced to nine
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Follow me In our communities today, some police employees routinely intimidate, extort, and brutalize those they purport to serve. Meanwhile, other police employees, who may not directly partake in such activity too often (except the extortion bit), tend to look the other way. This is not be surprising. As Albert