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Trial Begins in NYPD Officer-Bicyclist Case

April 18, 2010
Opening statements are scheduled for Monday in a trial involving a former NYPD officer who was captured on cell-phone video knocking a cyclist to the ground during the Critical Mass protest event.

Second Md. Officer Suspended In Student Incident

April 15, 2010
The Prince George's County (Md.) Police Department has suspended a second officer involved in a videotaped incident that showed officers in riot gear striking the student during an after-game riot.

Maryland Officer Suspended After Video Shows Him Striking Student

April 13, 2010
A Prince George's County (Md.) tactical officer seen in video footage striking a University of Maryland student has been suspended, while investigators say they're working to identify two additional officers.

Md. Cops Strike Student with Batons

April 13, 2010

Two Prince George's County (Md.) Police Department officers were captured on video beating a U. of Maryland student with batons after a school basketball game. Read the full story here.

Cyclist Sues NYPD for $1.5M for Body Slam Captured on Video

July 9, 2009
A cyclist knocked off his bike by a rookie cop last summer is suing the NYPD for $1.5million on Tuesday for trying to cover up the shocking attack, which was taped and put on YouTube.

The All Seeing Eye

June 1, 2009

You are always on video. The only question that you have to ask yourself is whose video it will be?

S.C. Trooper Charged with Federal Civil Rights Violation

January 8, 2009
A South Carolina state trooper seen on video hitting a fleeing suspect on foot with his patrol car at a Columbia apartment complex in 2007 has been charged with a federal civil rights violation.
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