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Missouri: Police Roadblock Harassment Caught on Tape Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

St. Louis County, Missouri police threaten to arrest a teenager for refusing to discuss his personal travel plans.

A teenager harassed by police in St. Louis, Missouri caught the incident on tape. Brett Darrow, 19, had his video camera rolling last month as he drove his 1997 Maxima, minding his own business. He approached a drunk driving roadblock where he was stopped, detained and threatened with arrest when he declined to enter a conversation with a police officer about his personal travel habits. Now Darrow is considering filing suit against St. Louis County Police.

"I'm scared to drive for fear of being stopped at another checkpoint and arrested while doing nothing illegal," Darrow told TheNewspaper. "We're now guilty until we prove ourselves innocent to these checkpoint officers."

Posted by Southern on Tuesday, January 08, 2008 @ 16:20:39 EST (874 reads) 

Missouri: Cop Website Contained Apparent Death Threat Against Video Vigilante Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

Unofficial website popular with Saint Louis, Missouri police contained a death threat against Brett Darrow three months before his recent encounter.

When stopped by an out-of-control St. George, Missouri police officer last Friday, motorist Brett Darrow feared for his life (view story and video). It turns out, he had legitimate reason for concern. Three months ago, participants in an online forum frequented by Saint Louis law enforcement personnel threatened to harass -- and even physically harm -- Darrow.

The messages appeared on St. Louis CopTalk, a site that describes itself as a site "for the use of law enforcement officers employed by the St. Louis Police Department and their supporters in the St. Louis Metropolitan area." While it has no official ties to the city, it does allow officers to log into official police email accounts from the front page. In June of this year, Darrow had sparked outrage among the forum's members after he videotaped a disputed traffic stop involving what Darrow argued was a perfectly legal turn and what a Saint Louis police officer said was not.

Posted by Southern on Tuesday, January 08, 2008 @ 16:15:59 EST (826 reads) 

Survey: Americans see Israel as ally Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...


A large percentage of Americans continue to support the State of Israel, especially in relation to the Palestinians and the "war on terror," according to a survey released Sunday by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL).

The survey reveals that a large majority of Americans, 65%, see Israel as an important ally.

A 2005 ADL poll showed nearly identical numbers of Americans with this view, indicating that American support for Israel has stayed strong and relatively constant over the last few years.

Posted by Southern on Monday, December 03, 2007 @ 13:32:03 EST (851 reads) 

CSU students not ready to make nice - and they don't have to Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

Bob Egelko

It sounds innocuous - but a federal magistrate says it's an unconstitutional restriction on speech when the policy is used to investigate or discipline students, such as the College Republicans whose members stomped on two flags bearing the name of Allah during an anti-terrorism rally at San Francisco State last year.

"It might be fine for the university to say, 'Hey, we hope you folks are civil to one another,' " U.S. Magistrate Wayne Brazil said last week at a hearing in his Oakland courtroom. "But it's not fine for the university to say, 'If you're not civil, whatever that means, we're going to punish you.' "

Posted by Southern on Thursday, November 15, 2007 @ 14:39:05 EST (1064 reads) 

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