Courts & Crime

Courts & Crime

Politicians pilloried a report in 2009 on right-wing extremism. But was it correct?

Daryl Johnson’s report on the rise of right-wing extremist groups caused a political firestorm seven years ago. Now his warnings have proved prescient in a string of incidents. And last week, a foiled plot by three militiamen to attack an apartment complex inhabited by Muslim Somali immigrants in western Kansas further demonstrated that it isn’t just foreign terrorists or those sympathetic to them that Americans have to worry about.

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Police record themselves conspiring to retaliate against protester

On September 11, 2015, Connecticut resident Michael Picard was filming a protest near a police DUI checkpoint in West Hartford. Unbeknownst to the troopers who confiscated his camera, it was rolling while they appeared to fabricate criminal charges against him. The ACLU of Connecticut sued the police officers for violating Picard’s rights.

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Police record themselves conspiring to retaliate against protester

On September 11, 2015, Connecticut resident Michael Picard was filming a protest near a police DUI checkpoint in West Hartford. Unbeknownst to the troopers who confiscated his camera, it was rolling while they appeared to fabricate criminal charges against him. The ACLU of Connecticut sued the police officers for violating Picard’s rights.
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Police record themselves conspiring to retaliate against protester 2:52

Police record themselves conspiring to retaliate against protester

Elizabeth Warren to Wells Fargo CEO: 'You should resign' 1:27

Elizabeth Warren to Wells Fargo CEO: 'You should resign'

Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf Apologizes To Senate Banking Committee 1:51

Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf Apologizes To Senate Banking Committee

Public service announcement warns teens about 'sextortion' 2:13

Public service announcement warns teens about 'sextortion'