Spokane Police Abuses: Past to Present

The People of Spokane vs. Law Enforcement Abuse, Impunity, Corruption, and Cover-up

Respond by e-mail: Your help needed in developing this site

Posted by Arroyoribera on December 16, 2007

The goal of this blog, Spokane Police Abuses: Past to Present, is to provide facts and insight, as well as commentary and links to related issues on a global scale. In fulfilling that goal, I believe this site has been successful in its 5 months of existence. Nearly 15,000 people have visited the site to date. The items that people are searching for (visible through WordPress statistics feature) are fascinating and indicate widespread interest in the issues of police abuse of powers particularly by Spokane area law enforcement, as well as the closely related issues of fascism at home and military intervention abroad.

Please send your questions, suggestions, articles, corrections, links, and comments to:


Besides information on police abuses, police practices, community oversight of police, etc., I am also very interested in ideas on how to better organize the sight, how to more effectively use the categories, links, and other sidebar features.

Basically all feedback, especially critical feedback, is appreciated.

I do not promise to respond to all e-mails. E-mails from fascists, militarists, death squad members, human rights abusers, racists, and police apologists will not be read and will simply be deleted.

I will respond to some e-mails on a selective basis.

Thank you for your help and support.

Adelante, cipote

Boy Confronts Police


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