Does a newly "enhanced" LAPD audiotape clear the far-left former L.A. Times cartoonist?
Unlike politics, in the newspaper business, it only takes one lie for people to call you a liar
There are times when you have to point your gun at someone’s nose or else risk finding one pointed at your own.
City’s gang members are emboldened by LAPD commission’s pro-criminal ruling and its police officers demoralized.
Forty-three were killed last month in Baltimore, the highest monthly total since 1972—when the city had 200,000 more residents.
Cops all over the country have seen the six Baltimore police officers served up to appease the mob. And you’ll never guess what happens next…
And what happens to Baltimore’s citizens when the post-Freddie Gray message to its cops is that doing police work can get you locked up?
If you want the cops to hide from trouble, you need only look to Baltimore for what the consequences will be.
Enjoy it while you can, Baltimore. The riots haven’t ended, they’ve merely been postponed.
For America’s police, there’s little to smile about in Ms. Lynch’s Justice Department installation save for Holder’s exit.
Baltimore police are relearning the LAPD’s truths the hard way.
Full speed ahead.
Unlike many people you have heard opine on the Walter Scott shooting, I have been in Slager’s shoes.
Shootings in L.A. are up 31 percent this year as MSM demonizes PD.
The myth is dead. Long live the myth.
For another perspective on what went down on skid row.
Be careful what you wish for: ubiquitous body cameras risk making police far less effective.
Unlike Michael Brown’s, Jerame Reid’s hands were up when he was shot and killed by a police officer.
Why weren’t the police guarding the magazine’s office sufficiently armed to be a deterrent?
“Shout out the homie who shot those cops in Brooklyn.”
When the police have decided you're going to jail, you're going to jail. An intervening stop at a hospital, or worse, is your choice to make.
This is not intended as a criticism of Darren Wilson, but rather as a reminder to police officers who may someday find themselves in a similar situation.