Follow me The following post and accompanying video were shared with the CopBlock Network by Dominic Fallon, via the CopBlock.org Submissions Page. This submission consists of a second video containing an update of a previous submission by Fallon. In that submission, Fallon stated that he had flipped a cop off,

Follow me The following post and accompanying video were shared with the CopBlock Network by Dominic Fallon, via the CopBlock.org Submissions Page. Within the description included below, Fallon describes how Officer Matt Eden, of the Lyndhurst Police Department in Ohio, responded to being flipped off. In spite of it having

Follow me About a year and a half ago, Las Vegas Attorney Stephen Stubbs submitted a story to the CopBlock Network about a man who had been beaten by members of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. That man, Dominic Gennarino, could be seen on surveillance video (embedded below) from

Follow me The following post was submitted anonymously, via the CopBlock.org submissions page. The person submitting it states: You may post this because the Carmel PD will not return my calls or emails. They had their opportunity to do the right thing, but put protecting one of their own above

Follow me Recently, Ademo posted about an interaction Andrew Henderson, a CopBlocker from the St. Paul area in Minnesota, had with a police officer who had tried to intimidate him because he was filming near a police station. This happened shortly after the St. Paul Police Department held a seat

Follow me Recently, it was reported that Dustin McCaskill was arrested here in Las Vegas for making threats on Facebook. There is some room for arguments about whether the First Amendment applies in this case, but unlike some other recent cases, Dustin has made specific and persistent threats for well

Follow me **This is an update to a previous post which was entitled, “LVMPD Beat Man for ‘Not Moving Fast Enough.’” It was also cross posted on CopBlock.org under the title, “Las Vegas Police Beat Man for ‘Not Moving Fast Enough.’” (The original post has been included below for reference.)**