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Suspect Found Biting Pieces of Man's Face Off at Murder Scene

August 16, 2016
When the first deputy arrived, she found Harrouff on top of the male stabbing victim who was lying in the driveway. The sheriff said Harrouff was biting the victim on the face, removing the victim's flesh with his teeth.
<p>Suspect Billy Monroe Jones (Photo: Sebastian County)</p>

Arkansas Cop Killer Suspect Charged With Capital Murder

August 16, 2016
The shooting suspect in the death of Sebastian County, AR, Deputy Cpl. Bill Cooper has been charged with capital murder and 10 counts of attempted capital murder.

Video: Vocal Atlanta Police Protester Busted for Impersonating an Officer

August 16, 2016
One of the most vocal leaders of an Atlanta group protesting police brutality has himself been arrested multiple times for impersonating a police officer.
<p>DC Police Chief Cathy Lanier (Photo: Twitter)</p>

DC Police Chief Cathy Lanier Announces Retirement

August 16, 2016
Metropolitan DC Chief of Police Cathy Lanier is retiring after 26 years to take over as Senior Vice President of Security Operations for the National Football League.

Intel Firm Warns Police About Violent Sect of Black Lives Matter

August 16, 2016
#Fuck12 appears far more comfortable tossing a Molotov cocktail in lieu of Marxist-inspired critical theory screeds on Medium or Mic. #Fuck12 does not have a problem with just white police — but anyone wearing a badge.

Milwaukee Newspaper Columnist Takes Officer's Point of View in Shooting

August 16, 2016
You tell him to put the gun down. He doesn’t. You then know you have a mere instant to make a decision that is going to affect you for the rest of your life. But the rest of your life could mean just seconds if you let him turn and shoot at you.

Sheriff Clarke Tees Off on Liberal Politicians, Media Over Milwaukee Riots

August 16, 2016
Milwaukee County (WI) Sheriff David Clarke is known for his blunt comments on the anti-police movement Black Lives Matter, which he calls “Black Lies Matter.” Clarke, who is African American, is a frequent guest on Fox News and spoke at the recent Republican National Convention.

Milwaukee Chief Blames Chicago Communists for Sparking Riot

August 16, 2016
Flynn cast blame on some Chicago-based activists representing the Revolutionary Communist Party, who apparently organized young people to take to the streets and march on the then-barricaded District 7 police station, which received a number of threats.

Milwaukee Mayor Announces Earlier Curfew After Riots

August 15, 2016
After a second night of violent unrest in Milwaukee, officials announced Monday that Sherman Park would be closed at night and that teens throughout the city would be subjected to a strict 10 p.m. curfew, one hour earlier than usual.
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Arizona Cardinals Honor Slain Phoenix Officer David Glasser

August 15, 2016
The Arizona Cardinals football team took a few moments Friday night to remember fallen Phoenix police Officer David Glasser before the team's first preseason game.
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