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Police Report Detailing Public Defender’s Death Leaked to Smear His Career

Police Report Detailing Public Defender’s Death Leaked to Smear His Career

At about 8 a.m. local time on Friday, 10 officers from the San Francisco Police Department took a battering ram to the gate on Bryan Carmody's door. They were there to execute a search warrant for a confidential police report about the death of California Public Defender Jeff Adachi in February 2019. The report had been leaked to the press by an internal

Judith Miller: Police raid on Calif. journalist appears to violate state and federal law

Judith Miller: Police raid on Calif. journalist appears to violate state and federal law

close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for May 14 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com Police officers and FBI agents who visited freelance journalist Bryan Carmody’s San Francisco home in April couldn’t have been more polite. Would he mind telling them who leaked him a copy of the police report about the mysterious death of Jeff Adachi,

In San Francisco, police target a journalist — and flout the law

In San Francisco, police target a journalist — and flout the law

It isn’t just journalists who should be outraged over what happened to freelance videographer Bryan Carmody in San Francisco last Friday: Police handcuffed him while they searched his home in an apparent bid to identify a confidential source. The officers seized telephones, computers, tablets and notebooks after using a sledgehammer to try to break

‘Brazen Break-In’: US Cops Seeking Leaker ID Violently Raid Reporter’s Home

‘Brazen Break-In’: US Cops Seeking Leaker ID Violently Raid Reporter’s Home

At about 8 a.m. Friday, 10 officers from the San Francisco Police Department arrived at the home of freelance reporter Brian Carmody to execute a search warrant for a "stolen or embezzled" police report leaked to Carmody earlier this year, bringing with them a sledgehammer to knock down Carmody's gate. The report, which he sold to three news stations,

Raid on San Francisco reporter's home condemned as 'an attack' on 1st Amendment

Raid on San Francisco reporter's home condemned as 'an attack' on 1st Amendment

The San Francisco Police Department appears to have violated state and federal laws when its officers searched the San Francisco home of a journalist in an apparent bid to identify a confidential source, 1st Amendment experts said Sunday. The officers carted away phones, computers, tablets and notebooks Friday after using a sledgehammer to try to break