On Nov. 2, the University of Pittsburgh police forcibly prevented members of the public from attending a Students for Justice in Palestine event.
In less than 48 hours, over a thousand students have occupied University of California, Berkeley. The police brutally attacked the students and staff.
Google has been asked by U.S. authorities to remove 92 videos of police brutality, the company revealed in an update to an online transparency report.
After two weeks of existence, police on foot and horseback dispersed the peaceful Occupy Richmond, Va. camp at 1 a.m., Oct. 31.
From the mass false arrest of more than 700 on the Brooklyn Bridge to repression in Chicago, Atlanta, Oakland and beyond, the police forces have made clear their role as the servants of the 1 percent.
Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca announced an internal investigation into allegations of routine police misconduct and brutality against prisoners.
Early in the morning of Oct. 25, a police force culled from various cities in the Bay Area attacked the Occupy Oakland encampment and drove the occupiers from their camp.
In a case that illuminates the failings of the so-called justice system, a woman named Theresa Culpepper was imprisoned for 53 days due to mistaken identity.
Recent reports shine a light on the corrupt culture and practices of the New York Police Department.