Follow me Last week, I posted about the revelation that Deputy Scot Peterson, the school cop assigned to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, had stood around outside during the Parkland mass shooting. Rather than enter the school and attempt to help the children being murdered, Peterson hid behind a car
Follow me Updated: This post has now been updated (see below) to include additional information that indicates at least three other Broward County Sheriff’s deputies (four total, including Peterson) hid outside rather than enter the school and attempt to stop the shooting. As school shooter Nikolas Cruz was walking around
Follow me The following post and accompanying video were shared with the CopBlock Network by Drew Tanner, via the CopBlock.org Submissions Page. The video contains lots of commentary, so it’s fairly self-explanatory. Tanner maintains that he was at a local Walmart in Searcy, Arkansas shopping and minding his own business
Follow me Earlier this week, a judge in Portsmouth, Virginia approved a $1 million settlement offer from the city to the family of William Chapman II. As has been reported previously at the CopBlock Network (see “related posts” below) by myself and several other CopBlock Network contributors, Chapman was murdered
Follow me The following post and accompanying videos were shared with the CopBlock Network by a reader who goes by the pseudonym “Mista Jay” on Youtube, via the CopBlock Submissions Page. The videos were actually taken during the Great Clown Invasion of 2016, which took place shortly before Halloween. During
Follow me The following post was originally published at “BlackMattersUS.com” by Ken Patterson (no relation) under the original title “Police Shooting: Former Cop Sent To Prison.” Previously, this case has been reported on here at Cop Block by myself, as well as CopBlock Network Contributors Lorelei McFly and Steven Thomas.
Follow me Earlier this afternoon, Fairborn Municipal Court Judge Beth Root ruled on an affidavit submitted by nine citizens finding that there was probably cause to charge Ronald T. Ritchie with the first degree misdemeanor crime of “making false alarms.” Ritchie was the person that made the 911 call claiming