Category Archives: International Police News
I was thirteen years old in July of 1967. I could see the glow of the fires eighteen miles away from my bedroom window. Newark, New Jersey was on fire. My own city, Plainfield, would also fall into rioting in … Continue reading
They reached a decision, and the quotes from protestors being interviewed on TV, radio and internet are beyond belief. 1) The district attorney decided to take the case to the Grand Jury so that they could have a one-side trial … Continue reading
So we have ISIS terrorists beheading people all over the world, and in my last post, I mentioned the possibility of secondary explosions in addition to terror events. Now, ebola. Ebola is spreading internationally, and there is little that we … Continue reading
We learned this week that ISIS put out the word to those members and sympathizers who were embedded in other countries – particularly “western” countries – should carry out “lone wolf” attacks on non-Islamic people. The purpose of such attacks … Continue reading
Well, another anniversary of the 9/11 attacks against the United States is just about over. With all that is happening in the world, I was fortunately wrong in predicting that this was the year that another anniversary terror attack would … Continue reading
Take a look at this three minute video on the recent problems in Missouri, the DOJ investigations, and what that means to us as police officers and to our agencies.
The media (and the federal government) are now screaming for “more accountability” for police actions. So what does that mean? (USA Today, 8-25-14) With the coverage of the situation in Missouri, local police have been characterized as untrained racist thugs … Continue reading