The above video is the introduction video to this site. It’s Part 1 of 2, Part 2 is here.
Related Story Links:
(some are oldies)
- Here is a collage of videos showing What Happens When You Film The Police. I’m adding this link to a short video that talks about the 1971 study about “perceived power” which, back then, had surprising results. The study was supposed to be 2 weeks long and had to be brought to an end just after 5 days when the paid volunteers (good natured college students) got out of control. A movie was made in 2015 about this called, The Stanford Prison Experiment.
- The Rule of Law is being restored with The International Tribunal for Natural Justice.
- The two tier justice system. From the Huffington Post.
- Peel Regional Police taser 80 year women: there were 3 of them – they had her surrounded.
- Peel Detectives pressure witnesses to to change story in murder investigation: as a result, an innocent man spends 3.5 years in jail and has his life completely destroyed.
- It doesn’t matter how much evidence proves your innocence, this judge says your guilty: This has been going on for quite some time because there is “no serious accountability system in place” for these individuals who are completely failing when it comes to fulfilling their duty in the best interests of the public.
- Barrie man beaten half to death by cop then charged with assault: (sounds like like my story without the beating) Barrie police officer charged after video reveals completely different story.
- Toronto Streetcar shooting — cop escapes murder charges: Jury fails to see the obvious with the video that shows the officer unloading a magazine into victim’s defenseless lifeless body.
- Man locks himself in bathroom, dies after police interact with him: Numerous officers show up in full “riot gear” soon after initial interact with Toronto Police Officers.
- Police face little accountability, five years after Toronto G20: What else is new?
- No Police Accountability: From Seattle Times.
- Criminal Injustice: Four ways courts can restore faith in the legal system.
- Police Misconduct: From the National Police Misconduct Reporting Project.
- Police Courtroom Corruption: You think you have seen it all, but then you see this. Unbelievable!