Authorities in El Salvador have discovered the remains of at least 24 people in the garden of a former police officer’s home, according to BBC.
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Judge’s Ruling That Derek Chauvin Treated George Floyd With ‘Particular Cruelty’ Could Lead to Longer Sentence
Derek Chauvin treated George Floyd with “particular cruelty” during his fatal May 2020 arrest, the judge who presided over the former Minneapolis cop’s trial said in a new ruling.
Kyle Rittenhouse Received Money From Police and Public Officials, Data Breach Reveals
Police officers and public officials have been monetarily supporting far-right winger—like Kyle Rittenhouse—and cops who’ve been implicated in shooting Black people.
Former Houston Cop Charged in Capitol Riot After FBI Found Deleted Photos on His Phone
A former Houston police officer has turned himself in for allegedly participating in the U.S. Capitol riot on Jan. 6.
FBI Investigating 37 People in Killing of Capitol Police Officer During Failed Coup Attempt
How Police Can Crack Locked Phones—and Extract Information
SMARTPHONE SECURITY MEASURES have grown increasingly sophisticated in recent years, evolving from passcodes to thumbprints to face recognition and advanced encryption. A new report from the Washington, DC-based research nonprofit Upturn uncovers how police have maintained access to suspects’ phones even as these defenses grow more complex: by contracting with digital forensic firms that specialize in bypassing locks and accessing and copying encrypted data.
Podcast: Ep. 11 – Protests vs. Police