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January 10, 2021

How To Protect Yourself When Disobeying An Unlawful Order

Written by Keith Graves. Posted with permission from 2A Cops.

I never thought I would have to write this article, but the last week has shown me that we are in dire times. Our politicians love pitting the police against the public and our officers will be put in awkward positions. This article is not for non Law Enforcement Officers (LEO’s). If you are a citizen reading this, our officers need your support. Read away. But the best thing you can do is show support for them so that they can keep their job while maintaining the constitution. For our active cops, this is for you.

My City Asked Me to Violate the 1st Amendment

I’m speaking from experience. Several years ago, [...]

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November 23, 2020

Louisiana State Trooper Injured, Vehicle Demolished After Collision Causes Fireball

LIVINGSTON PARISH, La – A Louisiana State Police trooper is lucky to be alive after a rear-end collision ended in a fireball seen from miles away early Friday morning.

The Louisiana State Police stated that the crash occurred at 4:30 am Friday morning as the troopers marked Chevy Tahoe was parked on the shoulder of I-12 Eastbound near the Colyell/Satsuma exit with his emergency lights activated. A tanker truck rear-ended the trooper’s vehicle, destroying it and causing injuries to both the trooper and the tanker driver in the crash.

The trooper’s vehicle is barely recognizable after the crash that [...]

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November 23, 2020

Crestwood Officer Injured After Car Crashes Into Stationary Cruiser

CRESTWOOD, IL – An officer was injured Saturday evening in an accident when another vehicle crashed into the Crestwood Police officer’s vehicle which was stationary, throwing the officer to the ground.

Officers were on the scene of a vehicle collision on Cicero Avenue at 6:40 pm when the incident occurred.

In a statement posted to the department’s Facebook page, the Crestwood Police stated that two officers driving fully marked police cars were on the scene for the accident investigation and were blocking the curb lane of traffic with all of their emergency lights activated. One of the assisting officers had returned to his patrol car to gather some [...]
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November 17, 2020

Officers Cleared In Madison, Wisconsin Case After Investigation

In a case that sparked immediate protests and claims from the family of the suspect that the suspect’s death was the fault of the police, an investigation has cleared officers that responded to a pursuit that ended in a crash and the eventual suicide of Elliott Johnson on August 17th, 2020.

The investigation in Dane county concluded after just under a month of work that Elliot Johnson Killed himself with a single 9mm shot to the head from a handgun he retrieved from the vehicle after an ineffective Taser deployment by an unidentified officer.

The unnamed officer was attempting to conduct a traffic stop on Johnson who was allegedly driving at speeds exceeding 80 [...]


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