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Video: Texas Cop Saves Woman from Drunk's Crash

September 20, 2012
A Lubbock (Texas) Police officer grabbed a woman and pulled her to safety after a drunk driver barreled his van into a cruiser during a traffic stop, narrowly missing a second officer.
<p><span>Photo via Facebook.</span></p>

Slain Dallas Woman's Family Sues Over 911 Response

September 20, 2012
The family of a woman murdered after calling 911 has sued the Dallas Police Department and the city, claiming the Aug. 19 call was given a lower priority because it came from a lower-income minority neighborhood.

Ariz. Cop Demoted Over Obama Picture Loses Reinstatement Bid

September 20, 2012
An independent hearing officer upheld the demotion and suspension of Pat Shearer, whose posting showed a local teen holding a shot-up T-shirt bearing the likeness of President Barack Obama.

Court Upholds Ga. Cop Killer's Death Sentence

September 20, 2012
A convicted Georgia cop killer remains on death row, after a federal appeals court rejected his argument that he had ineffective counsel. Robert Wayne Holsey's lead attorney, Andrew Prince, drank a quart of vodka every day during trial.
<p>Screenshot via DOJ.</p>

Report: ATF, Feds Mishandled 'Fast and Furious' Operation

September 19, 2012
Federal agents and prosecutors in Phoenix ignored risks to the public and were primarily responsible for the botched effort to infiltrate weapons-smuggling rings in the operation dubbed "Fast and Furious," according to a report released Wednesday by the Justice Department's inspector general.
<p>Photo courtesy of Gore.</p>

Gore Introduces Patrol Jackets

September 19, 2012
W. L. Gore & Associates has introduced a new line of winter jackets designed for patrol officers and will unveil it at the IACP Show later this month, the company announced.

Ariz. Police Begin Enforcing Immigration Law

September 19, 2012
A U.S. District Court judge has lifted an injunction against the section of Arizona's immigration law that requires police officers to check the legal status of people under certain conditions during investigations or traffic stops.
<p>Photo via Re-elect Larry Dever website.</p>

Vocal Ariz. Border Sheriff Dies In Truck Rollover

September 19, 2012
Cochise County (Ariz.) Sheriff Larry Dever died when his truck rolled over in northern Arizona Tuesday night. Dever was a vocal proponent of SB 1070, Arizona's tough immigration law.

Sovereign Citizen Leader Indicted for Tax Crimes

September 18, 2012
James Timothy Turner is "president" of the Republic for the united States of America (RuSA), probably the largest and most organized sovereign citizens group active in the United States today, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Video: Sovereign Citizen TASERed In Idaho

September 18, 2012
A 21-year-old man was TASERed by a Kootenai County, Idaho, court bailiff on Monday, after he refused repeated commands to stop filming near a courtroom. Robert Peterson entered the courthouse for a hearing on a citation he received for riding his bicycle at night without a light.
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