Category: police

A New Orleans police officer committed an armed robbery…

A New Orleans police officer committed an armed robbery murdering a uniformed policeman and two employees of a restaurant in the process. One employee hid in the freezer and was spared; the officer returned to “investigate” the crime, and was identified by the survivor as the shooter.

Photo : King Prince / Flickr / wikipedia

A New Orleans police officer committed an armed robbery…

A New Orleans police officer committed an armed robbery murdering a uniformed policeman and two employees of a restaurant in the process. One employee hid in the freezer and was spared; the officer returned to “investigate” the crime, and was identified by the survivor as the shooter.

Photo : King Prince / Flickr / wikipedia

The UK police uses incidents screens to block the view of…

The UK police uses incidents screens to block the view of traffic accidents on the highway in an attempt to reduce rubbernecking delays.

The UK police uses incidents screens to block the view of…

The UK police uses incidents screens to block the view of traffic accidents on the highway in an attempt to reduce rubbernecking delays.

A group of undercover Detroit police posing as drug dealers…

A group of undercover Detroit police posing as drug dealers tried to arrest another group of undercover police posing as drug buyers.

Photo : Frank Deanrdo / Flickr

An Uber Driver asked his Passenger to drive while on a 300 mile…

An Uber Driver asked his Passenger to drive while on a 300 mile route so he could take a nap. He awoke to them being chased by the police.

Photo : Dllu / wikipedia

A Hiroshima policeman went to Nagasaki to teach other police…

A Hiroshima policeman went to Nagasaki to teach other police officers to duck-and-cover in the days between the two US atomic bombings. Not a single officer died in the Nagasaki blast.

Photo : The Japan Times

After years of torture in a circus in Hawaii, this poor elephant…

After years of torture in a circus in Hawaii, this poor elephant called Tyke managed to escape injuring staff on its way out, Police then shot him 100 times which eventually killed him. Tyke’s story is a powerful reminder about the horrors that animals still face in circuses today. Don’t let Tyke be forgotten.

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The Fifth Amendment protects defendants from incriminating…

The Fifth Amendment protects defendants from incriminating themselves, but it doesn’t cover fingerprints. So while police can’t force you to tell them the password to your phone, they can force you to unlock it if it has a fingerprint scanner.

Photo : Andri Koolme / Flickr

In 1698, Peter The Great introduced the “Beard Tax” after he…

In 1698, Peter The Great introduced the “Beard Tax” after he visited Western Europe and liked their fashion sense. Anyone with a beard was forced to pay tax for it, and in turn given a beard token. If you were stopped by the police without the token they would immediately shave your face on sight.