In the Aftermath of a Police Killing, the Justifications Begin Immediately
After Chicago police killed Harith Augustus, the question was not: What happened? It was: How do we justify what happened?
Survivors of a Deadly Attack on a Portland Protest Were Victimized Twice: First by the Gunman, Then by the Police
Victims of a right-wing gunman’s shooting spree in Portland said it was unprovoked. Why did the police make the attack sound like a shootout?
NYPD Lawyer Who Oversaw Violent Arrests of Legal Observers Should Be Disciplined, Watchdog Says
It’s the first time the Civilian Complaint Review Board has recommended discipline against an NYPD lawyer for conduct at a protest.
Legal Observers Sue the NYPD Over Assault and Detention at Bronx Protest
Police violated the constitutional rights of National Lawyers Guild observers during racial justice protests in Mott Haven, a new lawsuit alleges.
Ambushed by the Cops: When Police Deliberately Trap Peaceful Protesters
An Intercept and SITU reconstruction of an incident in North Carolina last June shows police intentionally trapped and tear-gassed hundreds of peaceful protesters.