Follow me Earlier this week, an internal affairs “investigation” determined that an officer had not violated Philadelphia Police Department policy by having a Nazi tattoo on his arm. Officer Ian Hans Lichterman had been photographed in July during the Democratic National Convention openly displaying the tattoo of a Nazi era
Follow me Last June, I posted on the Copblock Network about Philadelphia Police Officer Michael Winkler, who was facing charges after he robbed a construction contractor that he had hired. At the time, the details were a little sparse, but the basics of the case were that Winkler had “lured”
Follow me Last week, the Philadelphia Police Department agreed to the largest settlement in the history of the city to pay off an innocent man that two undercover cops shot at fourteen times. In April of 2014, Philippe Holland was delivering food when Officers Mitchell Farrell and Kevin Hanvey ran
Follow me Several videos (embedded above and below) posted online showed an incident that occurred on Monday, during which a female Philadelphia police officer can be seen grabbing a sixteen year old girl, slamming her to the ground, and then, after straddling her chest, throwing numerous punches at her face.
Follow me The video above was shared with the CopBlock Network by Joshua Cordova, via the CopBlock.org Submissions Page. The video shows an incident Joshua was involved with in which he was illegally detained by members of the Philadelphia Police Department. Apparently, the reason for this detention was that he
Follow me The following post was submitted anonymously, via the CopBlock.org Submissions Page. The case of the six Philadelphia cops discussed in this post has been previously discussed on the CopBlock Network. Those posts can be found here, here, and here. THOUSANDS of Philadelphia cops were involved in 600-plus dismissed/reversed
Follow me Update: Officer Kevin Corcoran was subsequently found guilty of Obstruction of Justice for his illegal arrest of Roderick King. Common Pleas Court Judge Robert P. Coleman then made sure everyone knew that he was serious about holding Philadelphia police accountable by sentencing Corcoran to one whole day in