Manage episode 232400075 series 1411839
More than 85,000 cops have been investigated or disciplined for misconduct over the past decade. And that is just the beginning. Get all of the details in this episode. What's in the News with stories on Social Security in trouble, collateral damage, bad boys times three, and a jailed hero update. And, an Ask Me Anything segment where I answer your burning questions on homesteading abandoned property, property taken through coercion, reparations for the military draft, best books for liberty, and my favorite caliber of ammo.
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Officers have beaten members of the public, planted evidence and used their badges to harass women. They have lied, stolen, dealt drugs, driven drunk and abused their spouses.
Despite their role as public servants, the men and women who swear an oath to keep communities safe can generally avoid public scrutiny for their misdeeds.
WHAT'S IN THE NEWS
In collateral damage news, according to Amnesty International researchers, along with the monitoring group Airwars, coalition airstrikes in Raqqa, Syria killed at least 1,600 civilians, which is more than 10 times what they US said. Imagine that.
In bad boys news, in an extremely disturbing video, four black men were chained to a table in Lucasville, Ohio prison while a single white man was allowed access to a knife and brutally stab them. The graphic and hard to watch video is now the subject of a federal lawsuit filed earlier this month in the Southern District of Ohio.
ASK ME ANYTHING
It's that time again! I'm going to answer your burning questions!
I answer your burning questions on homesteading abandoned property, property taken through coercion, reparations for the military draft, best books for liberty, and my favorite caliber of ammo.