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Brelo Verdict Protesters Released!

Brelo Verdict Protesters Released!

The 71 protesters that were arrested on Saturday night, for doing nothing wrong, were released Monday morning. After spending 2 days locked in a cage for doing nothing more than following police orders. Ademo was there and can vouch for the fact that the protesters did nothing wrong. They were protesting the Micheal Brelo verdict. […]

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BREAKING: BRELO NOT GUILTY

BREAKING: BRELO NOT GUILTY

In a bold move, Judge Odonell has acquitted Brelo of all charges, because the prosecution could not prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Brelo fired the fatal shots. Further, the judge says that there is no way to tell who fired the fatal bullets that killed Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams. A travesty in my […]

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Columbus Ohio Badge Abuse

Columbus Ohio Badge Abuse

A CPD officer in in trouble. It is what I’ve come to expect from police officers these days. Anthony Smallwood and a friend were in a parking lot in Lancaster Ohio. As they tried to get out of their car they bumped the car next to them with the car door. The woman in the […]

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Beaver Creek Protester Locked Up!

Beaver Creek Protester Locked Up!

In the latest travesty of justice to hit Ohio, protester Benjamin Vrinston, of Beaver Creek CopBlock was booked into Greene County Jail tonight. His crime? Sitting in front of police cars that were threatening to drive through peaceful protesters at a John Crawford protest earlier this year. Counter Current News Reports: Remember the shooting of […]

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CopBlock Radio 4/8/15

CopBlock Radio 4/8/15

CopBlock Radio Show is on every Wednesday night at 10:00 P.M. EST on LRN.FM. Spreading the message that badges don’t grant extra rights over the Liberty Radio Network airwaves. Your hosts Derrick and DEO talk about the most recent cases of police abuse we can find. We have been doing a new segment in the […]

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Speed Trap Parma Blockin

Speed Trap Parma Blockin

Larry Kiddy of Ohio Valley CopBlock, came up to Cleveland to do some CopBlockin with me and Ademo. We went out to W6th later in the evening (Ademo will be editing and putting that video on CopBlock.org, but Larry and I went for a warm up before hand. We got a notice on Waze about […]

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Monthly John Crawford Protest|Video

Monthly John Crawford Protest|Video

I can’t be in Beaver Creek today, so I’m doin a little one man protest here in Parma and Brookpark. Two Wal Marts in one shot. For those unfamiliar, Beaver Creek Wal Mart helped the Beaver Creek police cover up the murder of John Crawford who was simply shopping in their stores. Some people don’t […]

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Casinos in Ohio Gamble On Law Enforcement

Casinos in Ohio Gamble On Law Enforcement

Ohio has decided to gamble on law enforcement using funds generated from the 3 casinos that opened in 2012. The money generated is going to fund training for Ohio State Highway Patrol. The problem is it doesn’t seem to address the problems we have with law enforcement. Instead they plan on training cops how to […]

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CopBlocking Police Checkpoint: Medina, Ohio (VIDEO)

CopBlocking Police Checkpoint: Medina, Ohio (VIDEO)

Ademo and I went to Medina to block a checkpoint on the 28th. We ran into some cops who were setting it up and asked if they planned to ticket folks who weren’t drunk. “We’ll deal with other violations as the y come up,”was the reply. We then had a cop come and tell Ademo […]

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RTA issues Apology to Media; not Victim (UPDATE)

RTA issues Apology to Media; not Victim (UPDATE)

Yesterday I blogged about Jessica Ferratto and her encounter with¬†Lakewood OH RTA Cops.¬†Today the Cleveland RTA issues an apology to Ms. Ferratto, according to Cleveland.com: RTA spokeswoman Linda Krecic issued an apology Tuesday afternoon. “From what we know now, it appears this incident could have been handled far more appropriately,” Krecic said in an email. […]

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