Follow me Los Angeles Premier “What Happened in Vegas,” the award winning documentary by Ramsey Denison, is set to open in Los Angeles tomorrow. The official West Coast theatrical premier of the documentary about corruption, coverups, and police brutality at the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department is being held at
Follow me Last week on March 4th, “What Happened in Vegas” had its world premier to rave reviews at the Cinequest Film Festival, which is held annually in San Jose, CA. (This year there were also additional screenings held in Redwood City.) The documentary by Ramsey Denison is primarily focused
Follow me The following post was shared with the CopBlock Network anonymously by a reader, via the CopBlock.org Submissions Page. If you have a video, personal story involving police misconduct and/or abuse, or commentary about a law enforcement related news story, we would be happy to have you submit it.
Follow me A dispute on Tuesday that apparently started when off-duty cop Kevin J. Ferguson became angry at a group of teens whom he had previously told to stay off his lawn has since escalated into full protests in and around Anaheim, California. That initial confrontation involving junior high school
Follow me I’ve finally found a victimless crime that police are unwilling to enforce. Of course, by some odd coincidence that crime (along with several others that also weren’t enforced) was committed by another Hero in Blue. In spite of admitting that he had been drinking and was sending a
Follow me The following post was shared with Nevada Cop Block by Nasty Nathanial Thomas, a frequent contributor to NVCopBlock, via the NVCopBlock.org Submission Page. Date of Incident: December 31, 2016(New Year’s Eve) Department Involved: Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office Department Address: Compton Station, 301 S. Willowbrook Ave. Compton, CA
Follow me The following post was written by John W. Whitehead and was originally published at the Rutherford Institute under the title, “All the Ways You Can Comply and Still Die During An Encounter with Police.” As the name implies, it discusses some of the many outrageous excuses the police
Follow me As CopBlock Network Contributor Asa J described in a post last year, Los Angeles Sheriff’s Deputy Alejandro Flores viciously attacked his now ex-girlfriend. In what has been characterized as the culmination of a pattern of abuse, Flores beat his girlfriend (who only wants to be identified as “Maria”