policing for profit
So, my question was and still is: what was so offensive about this nonsexual image and what makes a queer nipple (or, rather, documentation of thereof) so dangerous for the Censorship Monster?
Even cops thought the new law was a good idea.
Police In Mississippi Town Buy New Station, Cruisers With Funds From Aggressive Civil Forfeiture Program
In New Mexico, a new law set to go into effect in July will completely overhaul the system of incentives for civil asset
Civil asset forfeiture is a controversial legal tool that allows police to seize property they suspect of being related to
ST. LOUIS -- A study of policing in the St. Louis area released Monday, which criticized the profit-driven practices of many
Instead of trying to "prevent infractions and keep individuals out of the justice system, many police departments engage
Set to go into effect in July, House Bill 560, passed last month with broad bipartisan support in the state legislature and
Asset forfeiture generally is a centuries-old legal doctrine that allows the government to seize property used in the commission
Through civil forfeiture, police and prosecutors can seize private property that they suspect is involved with a criminal activity. Civil forfeiture laws make it easy for law enforcement to seize property -- and profitable.