After we reported that Quentin Tarantino was threatened by police for some comments he made at “Rise Up October,” we wanted to know more about the movement.

Off The Grid In case you missed it, this is what Quentin Tarantino said at the #RiseUpOctober protest: Jim Pasco, the executive director of the Fraternal Order of Police, was quick to twist Tarantino’s words, stating Tarantino called all cops murderers. Related Story The Hardest Decision Made by Darren Wilson We were able to get in

The hacktivist group Anonymous reportedly took down more than 5,500 Twitter accounts associated with ISIS, just a day after their declaration of war against the militant group.

Off The Grid We report that more than 5500 Twitter account of #ISIS are now #down! #OpParis#Anonymous#ExpectUs — #OpParis (@opparisofficial) November 17, 2015 A spokesman for the group, Alex Poucher, told RT America: “Our capability to take down ISIS is a direct result of our collective’s sophisticated hackers, data miners, and spies that we have

Pro-Gun activist Sam Andrews organized a march through Ferguson with rifles as their 2nd Amendment rights.

Off The Grid Former spokesperson for the Oath Keepers group, Sam Andrews, organized a “carry march” in Ferguson, Missouri this week. Protestors were encouraged to openly carry guns during the march to symbolize their 2nd Amendment rights and to show that gun rights apply to people of all races. Many black residents were encouraged to participate

Denver police arrest 10 activists for building free housing for the homeless in public park

Denver police arrest 10 activists for building free housing for the homeless in public park

David Ferguson The Denver Police Department arrested 10 housing advocates and tore down a set of small, single-occupant dwellings they were attempting to build in the city’s Sustainability Park. According to KMGH Channel 7, the activist group Denver Homeless Out Loud came to the park on Saturday and began to build “tiny homes,” small dwellings

Belgian Scientologists go on trial for fraud and extortion

Belgian Scientologists go on trial for fraud and extortion

Agence France-Presse The Belgian branch of the controversial Church of Scientology went on trial Monday facing a possible ban for fraud and extortion, charges it claims are meant to blacken its reputation. The case opened in a packed Brussels courtroom where the prosecution demanded that the church, known internationally for superstar members such as Tom