CopBlock Radio this week covered the Cincinnati police using a taser on a man simply for wearing a mask. He was arrested, but the charges are unknown at this time. CopBlock.org’s own Ademo Freeman and Brian Sumner were there to record the scene.
Last night on CopBlock Radio, Ademo Freeman and Brian Sumner joined us to share their newest adventure: traveling across the country in MAC (Mobile Accountability for Cops). They will be meeting up with CopBlock chapters in over a dozen states in the next seven months. Follow their adventures at http://CopBlock.org/MAC
Derrick J, DEO, and Severin covered the week’s most important stories of police abuse and accountability featured on CopBlock.org. We started out with a video of two San Francisco cops chatting freely in a Happy Donut shop about how they plan to alter the video captured by their body-cams. Then they laugh about how their victim’s head explodes from their bullets. Ha-ha, right? Good thing one quick-thinking man surreptitiously recorded their disgusting conversation for all to hear.
Ademo Freeman, DEO, and Derrick J all inside Peace News studios for this special episode broadcast exclusively from Keene, New Hampshire: the Liberty Media Capital of the World! We discuss the recent murder of a homeless man by an employee of the LAPD, plus take your calls.
On this episode of CopBlock Radio, Ademo drops a major announcement about CopBlock Protection, a service that provides media attention to your police encounter, among other things. We also take live calls and questions about what to do when police are following you, and even get into Ademo’s love life a little bit. We conclude with some fun videos about how mailmen handle angry dogs better than cops, and one infuriating video of a Seattle cop arresting an old man for using a cane. Catch CopBlock Radio live every Wednesday from 10p to Midnight EST at CopBlock.org.
This week, Megyn Kelly and Bill O’Reilly of Fox News talked about CopBlock.org, a police accountability website. In their segment, they mocked founder Ademo Freeman for being a “two-time victim of the War on Drugs.” What’s funny about that? Aren’t we all victims of the War on Drugs? Share your thoughts below.
Tonight is my first time co-hosting the CopBlock Radio Show on LRN.fm with Eric Freerock. I’m looking forward to talking about police accountability around the country and here in Keene, NH. The Keene Police have denied me a concealed carry license, and I am appealing that decision here.
Bill O’Reilly Attempts to Belittle the Positive Impact of CopBlocking
Video: NY Man Dies in Struggle During Arrest
This morning I had a candid phone interview with my brother Ademo Freeman, Founder of CopBlock.org, who was found guilty of “wiretapping” public employees at work. In the interview, he reveals some insights from his experiences on the inside of Manchester’s Valley Street Jail.