Court orders man to remove criticism of cop from the internet

April 4, 2014 Site Staff 1

CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO — A man felt that he was harassed during an encounter with a police officer. While investigating a noise complaint, the cop demanded that the homeowner surrender his guns. The homeowner recorded the incident and placed the evidence online to expose the abusive government agent. The man’s act of free speech is now being censored, as he has been ordered to remove all by a court that has demanded he remove all videos, pictures, and text that identifies and criticizes the officer that wronged him.

Police told man they would return to ransack his home, kill his dogs

December 5, 2013 Site Staff 276

KANSAS CITY, MO — An innocent man got a unexpected visit from police that left him shaken and fearing for his safety. Upset that he did not consent to a warrantless search of his home, officers told the man that if they had to return with a warrant, that they would be sure to ransack his home and kill his dogs in the process.

Judge demands mother split from her breastfeeding infant so she can serve as a juror

October 22, 2013 Site Staff 268

JACKSON COUNTY, MO — A woman is facing legal penalties because of placing her role as a mother before her obedience to the state. Not wanting to interrupt her infant son’s breastfeeding schedule, she says she is unable to serve as a juror unless her little boy comes with her. But according to state law and a presiding county judge, if she doesn’t make arrangements for child care and comply with mandatory jury duty, she could be fined or arrested.

Distraught family members were pepper-sprayed, chained to a bench while daughter was dying of self-inflicted gunshot wound

September 28, 2013 Site Staff 111

JOPLIN, MO — A tragic situation went from awful to worse as two family members were arrested by police in the process of trying to save a teen girl’s life after a self-inflicted gunshot wound. A father tells of how he missed the final hours of his daughter’s life because he was handcuffed to a bench in a police station, his face still raw from being pepper-sprayed. Now he and his son face criminal charges that have not been dropped, six months later.

Two patriots arrested while peacefully participating in ‘Overpasses for Obama’s Impeachment’ movement

August 20, 2013 Valerie Salvati 160

ST. CHARLES, MO — On Saturday, August 17, a small group of peaceful protestors stood on the walkway of a highway overpass with signs calling for “Obama’s Impeachment” and to “Remember Benghazi.” Their protest drew the ire of police officers, causing them to arrive en masse, block traffic, and arrest the peaceful protesters because of “traffic safety” concerns.