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N.Y. Prostitute's Convictions Thrown Out Under Sex-Trafficking Law

September 22, 2011
A 22-year-old former Bronx prostitute is the first American citizen to have her convictions thrown out under New York's new sex-trafficking law, after prosecutors agreed she had been forced into the sex trade at age 13.

Mo. Cop Fired Over Excessive Force Fights for Job

September 22, 2011
While Chief Ken Burton didn't name the officer, Officer Rob Sanders issued a statement later saying he had been cleared by an internal probe and would fight the firing via an appeals process.

Iowa Man Grabbed Sidearm, Stun Gun In Struggle with Two Cops

September 22, 2011
Two Des Moines (Iowa) Police officers eventually arrested a man who initiated a struggle with them, after the man attempted to grab one officer's gun and the other officer's TASER.

Ga. Cop Killer Executed, Proclaims Innocence From Gurney

September 21, 2011
Moments before state-administered lethal drugs ended his life, the man convicted of killing a Savannah police officer proclaimed his innocence from a gurney and asked for mercy for those about to kill him.

Two Calif. Cops Face Felony Charges In Beating Death

September 21, 2011
Orange County prosecutors today filed felony charges against two of the six Fullerton (Calif.) Police officers involved in the fatal beating of a homeless man in July, the district attorney's officer announced.

ATF Investigates Car Bomb That Injured Lawyer, Two Sons

September 21, 2011
An ATF spokesman said he believes the vehicle that blew up was a Volvo, though investigators don't know if the bomb was under the vehicle or inside it. Authorities also are unsure if the device was on a timer.

Ga. Authorities Reject Troy Davis' Polygraph Request

September 21, 2011
Troy Davis' offer to take a polygraph test to stave off his execution today by lethal injection has been rejected by Georgia authorities who plan to carry out the sentence.

Drunk Oregon Man Asks for Casino Chips at Station

September 20, 2011
An intoxicated Oregon man hoping to score casino chips instead got a ride to a detox cell, after he asked officers at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for the chips.
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Video: La. Woman Pulled from Ditch by Hair Sues Cops

September 20, 2011
A Louisiana woman pulled from a ditch by a Baton Rouge Police officer at an accident scene has filed suit against the officers, including Sgt. Robert Schilling, who was captured on video dragging her by the hair.

Fla. Deputy Used Rubber Penis To Bust Prostitute

September 20, 2011
A Manatee County (Fla.) Sheriff's deputy used a flaccid, rubber penis to bust a prostitute who entered his vehicle and had asked him to expose himself.
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