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6 Men Arrested During Baltimore Unrest Allege Police Brutality

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Six men who were arrested during the unrest in Baltimore last year have filed a police brutality lawsuit.

The plaintiffs say the Baltimore Police Department violated their constitutional rights during the protests.

The men also claim that police actions led to them suffering abrasions, contusions, nerve damage, swelling and other injuries.

According to the Baltimore Sun, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, the police department and Attorney General Brian Frosh are not commenting on the pending litigation.
Source:http://www.wbal.com/article/158154/118/6-men-arrested-during-baltimore-unrest-allege-police-brutality

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Hacker cites police brutality against Texas State student in attack on San Marcos city, police sites

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A hacker named “Bitcoin Baron” has claimed responsibility for cyberattacking the City of San Marcos and San Marcos Police Department websites in retaliation against a police officer who allegedly assaulted a Texas State University student in 2013. The websites were down as of Tuesday morning. “I am here to say you’re out of line and I’m going to attack your site nonstop until I know Palermo is going to prison for a long time for what he’s done to this lady Alexis Alpha,” the supposed hacker claims in a video posted to YouTube on Monday. Ex-San Marcos Cpl. John A. Palermo pleaded guilty in January to one charge of aggravated assault by a public servant for attacking Alpha, then a 22-year-old Texas State University student, after she walked near his police car while Palermo was conducting a traffic stop in May 2013. The encounter left her with broken teeth, bruises and a concussion. Palermo received 10 years of probation and deferred adjudication in lieu of a conviction for the second degree felony, according to Hays County court records. RELATED: Arrest of San Marcos cops called rarity At around 1:10 am. on May 29, 2013, Alpha walked by a traffic stop made by Palermo […]

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PEPCO Pakistan website hacked against police brutality on Qadri’s supporters

The official website of Pakistan Electric Power Company (Private) Limited (PEPCO) has been hacked by Pakistani hackers in protest against massive police brutality on protesters and supporters Dr. Tahir ul Qadri, a Pakistani politician and Islamic scholar. Group goes with the online handle of Pakistan Haxors Crew and seems angry over the incident where police shot dead 8 protesters including women. Read More….

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