The Militarization of the Police   Leave a comment

U.N. Envoy: U.S. Isn’t Protecting Occupy Protestors’ Rights

Nadler Wants Police Conduct at Wall St. Protests Scrutinized

The Technology Helping Repressive Regimes Spy

Police to Test Laser that “Blinds” Rioters  (UK story)

Pepper Stray’s Fallout, From Crowd Control to Mocking Images

“How Could This Happen in America?” Why Police Are Treating Americans Like Military Threats

The shocking truth about the crackdown on Occupy

Police Academy: Grit, spit and pepper spray (includes video)

Securitizing America: Strategic Incapacitation and the Policing of Protest Since the 11 September 2001 Terrorist Attacks

The Moral Power of an Image: UC Davis Reactions

Six Things About the Zuccotti Eviction: Violence, Press Suppression, and More

Keith Olbermann Condemns Michael Bloomberg, Occupy Wall Street Raid (video)

At Occupy protests, U.S. journalists arrested, assaulted

What Happened When I tried to Get Some Answers About the Creepy NYPD Watchtower Monitoring OWS

Op-Ed: Disorderly Conduct? How Protesting Became a Crime in NYC

How the Feds Fueled the Militarization of Police

Why the Militarization of Local Police Needs to Stop

The NYPD, Now Sponsored by Wall Street

Mayor Bloomberg’s Army

“Overwhelming Military-type Response” – Oakland Cops Could Face Sanctions for OWS Actions

No one person (and probably no one group) can keep up with the avalanche of articles that relate to Occupy Wall Street and the key concerns that it has raised. If you come across an article that you believe should be on this list, please email me the link. Thanks.


Posted December 21, 2011 by occupyevangelicals

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