Police state tyranny continues as Facebook bans pages that criticize dirty cops for brutality and planting drugs

Wednesday, August 7, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan Huff
Tuesday, August 06, 2019

It’s apparently now a digital “crime” to try to hold police officers accountable for their behavior, as tech overlords like Facebook and Twitter ratchet up their censorship efforts against liberty-centric pages like Police The Police and Free Thought Project – both of which, prior to being axed, emphasized the importance of law enforcement accountability.

It was roughly nine months ago when the tech cabal first targeted these two particular pages, which together boasted more than five million followers, along with multiple other pages such as Cop Block and Filming Cops. Photography is Not a Crime, another popular police accountability page, similarly had its “reach” scaled back by Facebook, limiting the number of users that were able to access it.

Since that time, several of the pages, including Police The Police, had tried to create “2.0” versions of their pages, only to once again have them pulled by Big Tech for violating various unspecified and undefined “community standards” and “page policies.”

According to reports, the only reason given by Facebook to Police the Police 2.0 for this second purge was that: “It looks like recent activity on your Page doesn’t follow the Facebook Page Policies,” followed by instructions about how to file an appeal if “you think your Page was unpublished in error.”

Police The Police 2.0’s administrators have attempted to do just that, seeking specific answers from Facebook as to why their page was removed, only to receive silence in response. In other words, Facebook’s “page policies” are whatever Facebook wants them to be at any given point in time, as it suits the company’s agenda to silence free speech.

“Before it was deleted last year, Police the Police was the largest police accountability group on the internet and now, despite making back a lot of that ground, it is no longer,” writes Matt Agorist for The Washington Standard.

“For years, we have exposed criminal cops and shined light into the darkness where other media outlets were scared to go. Police the Police and these other pages taught people how to flex their rights, film the police, and to not be afraid to stand up to the police state.”

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