Huffington Post: Brooklyn Bridge Mass Arrest Lawsuit Can Proceed, Appeals Court Rules
Hundreds of people arrested on the Brooklyn Bridge in the early days of the Occupy Wall Street protests can proceed with their lawsuit against the police, a federal appeals court ruled Thursday.
In light of Ferguson, DC-area police controversies
PCJF Legal Director Carl Messineo is featured on a WUSA9 segment on DC-area police tactics and controversies
Florida Weekly: Tories and troublemakers
Many were arrested, even though they protested peacefully on public streets and in public parks all over the country.
Fusion Centers Approached 2011 Black Friday Consumer Boycott Like a Terrorist Threat
National police chiefs collaborated with counter-terrorism Fusion Center targeting peaceful protest
Wall St. on Parade: Newly Released Documents Show Outgrowth of ‘Homeland Security’ Is Corrupted Federal and Local Law Enforcement
Common Dreams: Revealed — Gov't Used Fusion Centers to Spy on Occupy
NY Times: Officials Cast Wide Net in Monitoring Occupy Protests
Mara Verheyden-Hilliard on The Kojo Nnamdi Show: Police And Social Media
Police departments around the country are using sites like Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest, but this activity on social media has raised some privacy concerns. PCJF Executive Director Mara Verheyden-Hilliard joins a panel on the Kojo Nnamdi Show.
Mara Verheyden-Hillard on RT: Ray McGovern's Lawsuit Against the State Dept.
A former CIA analyst is suing the State Department for putting him on a watch list on account of his political activities.