National Journal | The fugitive leaker’s globetrotting escapades are now officially part of Hollywood lore.
CNS News | The DHS report – which has not been publicly released – was leaked to CNN.
Filming Cops | New figures have been released by WBAY showing that Seattle isn’t the only place where law enforcement jobs are undesired.
Michael Dorstewitz | Thomas “asked the victims what religion they were” before he reportedly stabbing them.
Free Thought Project | A bill introduced in Montana, HB 330, which would attempt to reign in the growing militarization of law enforcement is making its way through the House.
RT | Tens of thousands of dollars have been raised online for the family of Eric Garner.
Bizpac Review | Top officials deliberately kept the National Guard from protecting property during the November looting.
RT | The US and Britain broke into the network of the world’s largest SIM card maker to compromise global communications.
Mikael Thalen | Female student has innocent male banned from majority of campus.
Steve Watson | Mother of two complied with police, but they shot her anyway.
Recode.net | Billionaire investor and ABC “Shark Tank” star Mark Cuban unloaded on the Federal Communications Commission’s plan to fundamentally change how it oversees the open Internet.
Free Thought Project | A cell phone video captured the brutal beating of a high school student by a Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Deputy.
Michael Krieger | A 90-year old’s home was destroyed by police conducting a raid but it appears they got the wrong house.
Michael Krieger | Hong Kong’s unpopular chief executive has infuriated pro-democracy campaigners by using a Chinese New Year message to urge the former colony’s citizens to act more “like sheep”.
Free Thought Project | What if you got a formal letter notifying you that the police had been snooping around your property?
Breitbart | “There’s not much within the four corners of the document that hint at anything regarding content.”
Free Thought Project | As of February 15, only a month and a half into 2015, there has been at least 136 individuals killed by police in the United States.
London Guardian | Court case to address alleged cover-up of British state involvement at the Kincora children’s home in Northern Ireland.
AP | An American state has voted in favour of resuming executions by firing squad.
Free Thought Project | “It’s no secret that if you go against the code of silence, and you report corruption, it will ruin your career.”
The Daily Sheeple | During the waning days of the Occupy movement, a FOIA request was submitted by the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund in 2013, in regards to the Houston chapter of the movement.
Mac Slavo | The so-called “dark web” is where the visible Internet – easily accessible by public search engines and web crawlers – ends, and, everything else begins.
Tech Dirt | The most half-baked “weapon” in any policeman’s arsenal should never be raised to the level of a felony.
Filming Cops | A 4-yr-old boy will have to live the rest of his life with only one leg, after a police attack dog was allowed to get loose and maul his body.
London Independent | Chris Green is the first reporter to be allowed into the Dublin office where staff must decide where freedom of speech begins and ends.
Courthouse News | An Illinois school told a parent that her 4-year-old was missing when really the child’s teacher had locked her in a dark locker, a new lawsuit alleges.
Business Insider | Apple is finally enforcing its editorial rules for games.
Michael Krieger | There are 2.3 million Americans in prison or jail.
Free Thought Project | St. Peters, O’Fallon, Lake St. Louis, and a councilman from O’Fallon have filed a lawsuit against their OWN CITIZENS.
London Telegraph | In a development reminiscent of Hollywood’s Minority Report, scientists have created technology which uses CCTV cameras to identify fights breaking out in public.
McClatchy | If you’ve been remiss in cleaning out your email in-box, here’s some incentive.
The Daily Sheeple | A new bill unveiled in Texas today would give sweeping powers to enforce preemptive quarantines to fight the spread of infectious diseases throughout the state.
Truth Revolt | “I’m here to tell you, Common Core really scares me.”
Washington Post | The U.S. government is working on rolling out HTTPS to more of its .gov domains.
London Guardian | Newsagents in three counties questioned about sales of the French magazine’s special issue.
Free Thought Project | A Baltimore County police officer shot a 14-year-old boy Monday night while moonlighting as an apartment complex security guard.
Michael Krieger | 70% of Americans take at least one prescription medication.
Breitbart | Obama’s secret, 332-page “Net Neutrality” document is a scheme for federal micro-managing of the Internet.
Free Thought Project | An officer responding to a domestic disturbance at a North Texas residence, shot and killed off-duty sheriff’s deputy Larry Hostetter, 41, shortly after midnight.
John W. Whitehead | I must confess that when faced with unmistakable warning signs that the country I grew up in is no more, I have my own moments of doubt.
Free Thought Project | It is highly unlikely the officer will be disciplined.
Sputnik | John Kiriakou is out of prison two years after his conviction under The Espionage Act.
Free Thought Project | 27-year-old gamer Joshua Peters, aka Koopatroopa787 was “swatted” last week.
London Independent | Ms Roberts also claims she feared for her life during the allegedly abusive ‘sexual activities I was forced to endure’.
Free Thoiught Project | San Diego has completed what may be the first in a series of citizen harassment programs similar to New York City’s notorious “stop-and-frisk,” but far more sweeping.
Free Thought Project | A new study out of Michigan State University proposes an eye-opening correlation between college educated police officers and their actions as cops.
Steve Watson | Officers lied in report, now face multiple charges.
RT | The EU agency for judicial cooperation says the bloc needs to develop a common approach to lawfully intercept services like Skype and Viber.
Reuters | New rules on privately owned drones can’t come fast enough for most Americans.
Michael Krieger | “Oh yeah, I’ve been meaning to ask you why you’re getting off Facebook,” is the guilty and reluctant question I’m hearing a lot these days.