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Chief Intercepts His Wife’s 911 Call for Domestic Violence, Has His Own Cops Respond

Every time a football player or an NBA star makes headlines for domestic abuse, the country goes up in arms as news outlets talk about domestic violence among these industries. Because of this phenomenon, 69 percent of Americans think that there is widespread domestic violence in the NFL. But the reality is that domestic violence among NFL players is well below the national average, coming in at just five percent. On the contrary, however, every time a police officer—someone who has sworn an oath to uphold the constitution and the law—beats their significant other, it barely registers as a blip…

Trump administration considers monitoring smartphones of people with mental health problems

The Trump administration is considering a proposal to combat mass shootings which suggests phones and smartwatches may be used to track people with mental health problems. The idea began with Bob Wright, a former NBC chairman and longtime Trump confidant, who first proposed creating a government research arm, called the Health Advanced Research Projects Agency (HARPA), to tackle health problems. After the El Paso massacre, Ivanka Trump asked the team behind the proposal to come up with ways to stop mass shootings, according to The Washington Post. Mr Wright’s team put together a three-page document titled “Stopping Aberrant Fatal Events…

Cops Claim They Had to Smash Innocent Autistic Teen’s Head Into Concrete to “Protect Her”

Riverside County, CA — Michelle Chartrand is a 19-year-old woman with autism who has never harmed a fly, much less committed a crime. However, because police officers opt for training in escalation of violence instead of how to interact with special needs individuals, she fell victim to police brutality and was treated like a murder suspect. As she walked home from school last year, Chartrand was attacked by police, tackled to the ground, and injured—by police who claim they were trying to save her. On Friday, Chartrand filed suit in U.S. District Court alleging that the beating and treatment she…

What the…? The UN head of global communications says America has no right to protect its own borders and that migrants should be permitted to cross if they want

For the better part of Western existence, most people have understood one basic principle of statehood: That countries are sovereign, and as such, they have a right and even a duty to protect the integrity of their borders. That means if necessary, they can and should build barriers, pass laws against illegal entry, and enforce those laws against anyone caught breaking them. But we’re in what talk show giant Mark Levin calls a “post-constitutional” period in the United States, where “statists” and big government Leftists shun the long-held principles of sovereignty, independence, and liberty in favor of a Marxist free-for-all…

Justice? Man Sent to Prison for LIFE for a Non-Violent First Time Marijuana Offense

The following is an article by Craig Cesal, a federal prisoner sentenced to life without the possibility of parole as a first-time offender convicted of conspiring to distribute marijuana. “I sentence you to a term of natural life imprisonment, without the possibility of parole.” These were the words I heard in the months after the events of September 11, 2001. You see, at that time, the news was abuzz with theories that drug dealers finance terrorists, and I had just been convicted of my first felony: conspiring to distribute marijuana. This was the newest foray into the War on Drugs.…

Now It’s Official: US Visa Can Be Denied If You (Or Even Your Friends) Are Critical of American Policies

There have been several interesting developments in the United States government’s war on free speech and privacy. First of all, the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Customs and Border Protection Agency (CBP), which is responsible for actual entry of travelers into the country, has now declared that it can legally access phones and computers at ports of entry to determine if there is any subversive content which might impact on national security. “Subversive content” is, of course, subjective, but those seeking entry can be turned back based on how a border control agent perceives what he is perusing on electronic…

Tennis Star Fined $10,000 For ‘Playful’ Rifle Gesture With Racket

An American tennis player has been fined $10,000 for using his racket to mimic shooting a rifle at a referee in a gesture he said was intended to be “playful.” Doubles tennis star Mike Bryan and his twin brother Bob had just successfully challenged a poor call by a line judge during a match at the U.S. Open in New York. “The duo had been trailing by a set and had just challenged a lob that had been called in by the line judge — in favor of their opponents, Roberto Carballes Baena of Spain and Federico Delbonis of Argentina,”…

Sheriff Mistakes Innocent Man for Suspect, Dumps 10 Rounds Into Him—NO CHARGES

Kimble County Sheriff Hilario Cantu is taking fire in the form of criticism after he opened fire on an innocent man, dumping 10 rounds into him and his truck. Quite unlike what the general public would face, in the form of criminal charges, Cantu will likely face no charges, serve no time in jail, and will potentially not even be disciplined for shooting up the wrong moving vehicle. What started out as a traffic stop for a missing license plate nearly turned deadly for both one police officer and one hapless innocent bystander. When officer Lee Meadow pulled over a…

PA man convicted of firing ‘finger gun’ at neighbor..

A Pennsylvania man was fined $100, plus court costs, for waving a finger gun at his neighbor, who reportedly felt “extremely threatened” by the ordeal. The incident occurred last June when 64-year-old Manor Township resident Stephen Kirchner was walking in his neighborhood with a female neighbor and a homeowner who had a simmering dispute with the woman flipped him two middle fingers, he told police. ‘Gun-like’ hand gesture deemed crime by Pa. court ‘Gun-like hand gesture’ deemed crime by Pennsylvania court: https://bit.ly/2HtDT1m Posted by WGAL News Channel 8 Susquehanna Valley, Pa. on Wednesday, August 28, 2019 Court records allege Kirchner…

Youth Services Cop Engages in Oral Sex with Sex-Trafficked Teen—NOT Arrested, May Get Job Back

Oakland, CA — An abused little girl was only 12-years-old when she was forced into the sex trade, forever altering the course of her life. For years, this little girl was “exploited by pimps” until she finally broke away and made it to an Oakland police officer. For a brief moment, she thought she was safe — but, according to a lawsuit, she was wrong and the cops began trafficking her. And all of it stems from police being entirely unable to hold problem cops accountable—even when there is evidence of sexual misconduct and a paper trail of sexting. Former Lt.…

Child Protective Services launches Soviet-style armed raid on family to kidnap their 4-year-old autistic child…

A four-year-old boy has been victimized by Child Protective Services (CPS) in Texas after the government agency accused the boy’s family of “exaggerating and lying about” his “symptoms and conditions,” relating to a medical condition for which he was diagnosed. According to reports, on June 20, CPS conducted a “Soviet-style” raid on the Pardo family, seizing little Drake because his mother, Ashley, had demanded what authorities claim is “an unnecessary surgical procedure to place a G-tube” inside his body. The Pardo family had previously filed a complaint against the Children’s Medical Center in Texas for alleged negligence after doctors at…

Soon Doctors Will Screen Everyone For Drugs

Imagine in the not-too-distant future your job, college ID, drivers license, passport, gun permit, health insurance etc., will depend on you passing a mandatory drug screening. What is that you say? It could never happen in America. It could happen sooner than you think if the U.S. Preventative Services Task Force (USPSTF) has anything to say about it. According to a recent Los Angeles Timesarticle, the USPSTF wants doctors to screen everyone for drug use. “Questions about drug use should not only cover the possibility that a patient is taking illegal street drugs like cocaine or heroin, the task force…

SWAT Raids Innocent Family, Shoots 12yo Boy in Bed, Covers Up Body Cam—Lawsuit

In their effort to go after people for possessing and selling substances deemed illegal by the state, US law enforcement personnel will lay waste to anyone in their path. As TFTP has reported time and again, even innocent children, including sleeping babies, are not exempt from the terror and violence doled out by the American Drug Warriors. A 12-year-old boy in Illinois learned this the hard way recently after cops shot him and shattered his knee cap during a fruitless raid to make a drug arrest. On the night of May 26, 2019, Amir Worship was sitting on the edge…

Appeals Court Sets Damning Precedent, Rules Giving Cops the Finger is “Illegal”

Flipping the bird or raising a middle finger has been ruled to be free speech many times over. In fact, in a 14-page opinion, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit addressed the specific action of flipping off cops when it ruled that the “ancient gesture of insult is not the basis for a reasonable suspicion of a traffic violation or impending criminal activity.” However, we’ve seen citizens pepper-sprayed, assaulted, and arrested for this act of free speech. And now, a North Carolina appeals court just ruled that police can initiate a chase and subsequently detain people for…

Cops Mistakenly Raid Innocent Family’s Home 3 TIMES in Just 4 Months

Chicago, IL — Because of their gross negligence and incompetence, the city of Chicago is facing a slew of lawsuits for raiding the homes of innocent people — allegedly by mistake. TFTP has reported on several of these lawsuits in which cops raided a four-year-old’s birthday party and held other children at gunpoint. Now, however, we have learned that one of these families has been raided — mistakenly — three times in just the last four months. “There was no time to breathe in between,” said Krystal Archie, 38, whose home in the 6800 block of South Dorchester Ave has…

City Announces Cops to Begin Arresting People for Being Homeless in the Wrong Part of Town

The war on homelessness has reached unprecedented heights this week as officials in California announced that they will begin arresting people in certain ares for the sole factor of being homeless. The announcement comes after a series of lawsuits were settled to get a handle on Orange County’s homeless problem. For the mere act of being homeless in the wrong part of town, cops can now arrest people. Exactly how they will know a person is homeless, remains unclear. According to a report from Fox 11: Orange County, Calif., reached a settlement Tuesday that will allow law enforcement to immediately…

Cop Arrested for Framing Dozens of People, Including Planting Meth On Innocent Grandma

Dozens of innocent people who were rotting in jail have been freed and their charges erased after the corrupt cop who put them there was caught on his own body camera planting meth on an innocent mother. as TFTP has reported, Jackson County Sheriff’s Deputy Zachary Wester has since been fired and a slew of lawsuits are now rolling in. And, this week, this most insidious police officer was arrested on 52 counts of planting meth and other street drugs on entirely innocent motorists he would randomly pull over. According to the Tallahassee Democrat, agents with the Florida Department of…

Citizens Now Charged with a Crime for Repairing Their Own Car in Their Own Garage

Residents in Sacramento face fines upwards of $500 for repairing their own car in their own driveway thanks to a tyrannical law. In the land of the free, every day, local governments and municipalities trample the rights of citizens to do with their own property what they wish. Over the years we’ve seen people face jail time for the length of their grass, arrested for windmills, and even ticketed for growing food. Now, we’ve discovered a law in Sacramento, California that makes it illegal to repair a vehicle in your own garage. According to the Sacramento’s Zoning Code, it is…

Bicyclists to be issued $500 speeding tickets in Denver for going over 15 mph

It has been five and half years since Colorado first legalized recreational marijuana and began taxing its consumption. Even though the state has generated over a billion dollars in revenue from taxes and fees on this plant, cities such as Denver are struggling to generate enough money to fill the gaps in their budget. Because politicians only know how to siphon money away from people through taxation schemes, they will continue to get together and find new ways to rip people off and intrude upon their liberties. In desperate bid to generate revenue, Denver park rangers to target cyclists Denver’s…

The U.S. Supreme Court just declared that the government owns your blood and can take it without your consent

Further eroding Americans’ Fourth Amendment rights, the Supreme Court has ruled that police officers can now forcibly and without warrant draw blood from unconscious drivers whom they suspect of operating a motor vehicle while drunk. In a 5-4 decision, the Court ruled in the case of Mitchell v. State of Wisconsin that an unconscious driver whom a cop deems to possibly be intoxicated constitutes an emergency situation whereby that driver’s Fourth Amendment rights are immediately suspended, and no warrant is necessary to draw that driver’s blood – even when there’s an opportunity to obtain a warrant. The case involves a…

Indiana Is Still Arguing That It’s Constitutional To Seize Your Car for Driving 5 MPH Over the Speed Limit

After losing at the U.S Supreme Court, the state of Indiana still hasn’t given up its argument that there are virtually no Eighth Amendment limits on what it can seize using civil asset forfeiture. In oral arguments before the Indiana Supreme Court last week, Indiana Solicitor General Thomas Fisher said the state’s position that it would be constitutional to seize any and every car that went over the speed limit—a line of argument that elicited laughter from the nation’s highest court last year—hasn’t budged. “This is the position that we already staked out in the Supreme Court when I was…

WATCH: Cops Detain Entire Bar, Seal Off All Exits, Force EVERYONE to Submit to Record Check

Michigan City, IN — A video detailing the utter disregard for the Constitution that some police departments in the United States have has been shared with the Free Thought Project. The sheer scope of the violation is up there in the most egregious cases on which we’ve ever reported here at TFTP. An entire bar was unlawfully detained, held against their will, and forced to submit their identification to police officers who ran all of their details through a police database. The Free Thought Project has reported on multiple instances in which entire groups of people were detained and forced…

Cops Dress Up Like Road Workers to Ticket People Talking on Phones, Not Wearing Seat Belts

The Free Thought Project has reported on many stories over the years about police schemes designed to separate the citizens from their money but carried out under the ostensible notion of “keeping you safe.” The most recent case comes out of Marietta, Georgia this week in which cops are dressing up like construction workers to ticket people for talking on phones, not wearing seat belts, and other victimless crimes like window tint. Several agencies in the area have teamed up to “catch” distracted drivers who’d dare talk on their cell phones while driving and folks riding without their seat belts…

Alabama Passes New Law Allowing Church to Create Its Own Police Force

The separation of church and state in the United States has taken yet another blow—this time in Alabama. Republican Governor Kay Ivey has signed legislation allowing a Presbyterian Church to perform state-like functions by establishing its own police force for its churches and schools. The law, which was approved during the most recent legislative session, permits the Birmingham-based Briarwood Presbyterian Church to establish a private law enforcement agency that would have the power to make arrests if crimes are committed on church grounds or on its private school campuses, according to the Associated Press. Officials at the church claim that…

Texas Is About To Make Sex Jokes On Campus A Criminal Offense

Why is this Republican state acting like the Obama administration? Republican lawmakers seem to have a better grip than their Democratic colleagues on the inherent censorship of so-called free speech zones and viewpoint-based security fees. David French of National Review counted eight states that have passed campus free-speech bills in less than six months, most recently Texas. He has one major quibble with the new Texas law: its failure to define a phrase that dictates when students can be punished for disruptions. The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, which French used to lead, added another concern: failure to specify an enforcement mechanism, whether…

10-year-old Maryland boy questioned by police after he played with toy money

A Maryland mother is raising alarms after her 10-year-old son with disabilities was questioned by police at his school after he played with toy money on a school bus. In a Change.org petition, Tiffany Kelly called out police in Montgomery County, Maryland, for what she said was “over-policing of minority children.” She also criticized officials at her son’s school for not calling her to let her know about the incident with a police officer in mid-May. “I was completely disregarded as my son’s parent,” she wrote in the petition, which had garnered more than 400 signatures as of Wednesday morning.…

France’s Le Pen to go on trial for tweeting gruesome IS images

French far-right leader Marine Le Pen has been ordered to stand trial for tweeting pictures of Islamic State atrocities, a judicial source told AFP on Wednesday. Le Pen shared the gruesome images in December 2015, a few weeks after IS jihadists killed 130 people in attacks in Paris. A judge in the western Paris suburb of Nanterre ordered that the National Rally leader stand trial on charges of circulating “violent messages that incite terrorism or pornography or seriously harm human dignity” and that can be viewed by a minor. The charges carry a maximum sentence of three years in prison…

Police chief gives $575 ticket for tossing cigarette butt out window

Victoria Chief Constable Del Manak doesn’t mess around when it comes to littering and fire safety. The chief recently doled out a hefty ticket after a 21-year-old driver flicked a cigarette butt out of his Ford Mustang while Manak was driving nearby. “575 reasons to not throw your lit cigarette out the car window in front of @vicpdcanada,” he tweeted. “Happened in front of me on the hwy.” CONTINUE @ WHORE MEDIA

Cancer Patient Who Bought Marijuana To Self-Medicate Sentenced to 4 Years in Prison

A cancer patient from Montgomery, Illinois, has been sentenced to four years in prison for ordering a 42-pound package of chocolate marijuana edibles to self-medicate. The day after he pleaded guilty, the state legalized recreational marijuana. Thomas J. Franzen says he ordered 430 marijuana-infused chocolate bars from a California dispensary in 2014 in order to abate some of his symptoms, such as nausea. He pleaded guilty on May 30 to possession of more than 5,000 grams of cannabis, which carries a prison term of four to 14 years. Prosecutors dropped the more serious charge of trafficking over 5,000 grams of cannabis, which could…

State May Vaccinate Children in Its Custody, Even Over Parents’ Objection

From N.J. Div. of Child Protection & Permanency v. J.B. (N.J. Super. Ct. App. Div.): The age appropriate immunizations required by N.J.A.C. 3A:51-7.1(a)(2) are a reasonable means of ensuring the health and safety of the children in the care and custody of the Division, especially during a measles outbreak. Parental rights must yield to the safety and well-being of Son and Daughter under these circumstances. See, e.g., Sadlock, 137 N.J.L. at 88 (“[T]he police power of a state must be held to embrace, at least, such reasonable regulations established directly by legislative enactment as will protect the public health and the public safety.” (quoting Jacobson v. Massachusetts, 197 U.S. 11, 25 (1905))).…

Sunday school teacher says she was strip-searched at Vancouver airport after angry guard failed to find drugs

A former Sunday school teacher who was falsely accused of being a drug smuggler, detained at Vancouver International Airport and eventually strip searched says she is still traumatized by the treatment and is calling for greater oversight of the Canada Border Services Agency. Jill Knapp’s run-in with CBSA agents took place on Jan. 9, 2016, on her way home to Calgary, after visiting her husband in Mexico City. The 39-year-old says she is only now speaking out about her experience because she was diagnosed with anxiety after her airport ordeal. “It was traumatizing,” Knapp told Go Public, explaining that no one told her…

Parents seeking online, non-medical help for autism being reported to CPS

Reporter Brandy Zadrozny has written an article for NBC News revealing how certain Facebook groups consisting of parents seeking natural cures for their children who suffer with autism have been infiltrated by fake Facebook accounts of people who want to turn in these parents to Child Protective Services (CPS) for the purpose of having their children taken away from them. While this may appear to be something illegal (and it probably is), Zadrozny seems to present these people who are using fake Facebook accounts as heroes. Her article has been picked up by many other corporate-sponsored “mainstream” media outlets. Zadrozny reports that the…

California Now Wants to be First State to Mandate Adult Vaccines – Criminal Penalties for those Who Refuse

In a brazen act of medical tyranny, California recently became the first state in the U.S. where lawmakers removed religious exemptions to those opposing vaccines for their children. The bill now signed into law, SB277, faces legal hurdles in court next. Now, legislators in California want to pass the “first US adult vaccine mandate with NO personal exemptions and CRIMINAL penalties for failure to comply.” SB 792, would eliminate an adult’s right to exempt themselves from one, some, or all vaccines, a risk-laden medical procedure. Will California soon become a medical police state? URGENT ACTION ALERT Monday July 13, 2015 SB792- The…

City Steals Elderly Man’s Home for Having a Cluttered Yard, Fines Him $60,000

Norco, CA — Ron Mugar never committed a crime, never harmed anyone, yet he’s found himself in the middle of a government-sponsored thievery ring designed to separate citizens from their money. Now, Mugar is currently facing an uphill battle against thieving bureaucrats in his city who are attempting to rob him through immoral and unconstitutional legislation. Because the city of Norco, California assumes the right to tell people what they can and can’t have on their own property, Mugar was targeted by predatory bureaucrats over minor ‘code violations.’ According to the city, Mugar had too much stuff in his yard.…

Parents who raise children as vegans should be prosecuted, say Belgian doctors

Doctors in Belgium have called for parents who raise their children as vegans to face prosecution after a number of deaths in schools, nurseries and hospitals.   It is estimated that 3 percent of Belgian children are forced to follow the strict diet, which rules out any animal products, including dairy and eggs. The Royal Academy of Medicine of Belgium published a legal opinion on Thursday, which could influence future court judgments and is the first time a health authority has taken a position on veganism in the country. The opinion said it was unethical to subject children to the diet because…