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The White House is reviewing a plan to require the Justice Department and FBI to consult with the CIA before deciding to inform terrorism suspects arrested in the US that they have the right to remain silent and to consult with an attorney
California Superior Court Judge Andrea Bryan ordered the release of convicted child molester Augustin Uribe due to “numerous acts of misconduct” by the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office. Uribe’s conviction was overturned in 2008 after a v
The New York authorities have finally caught up to Alexa Gonzalez, who saw her open life of crime end with an arrest in her junior high school in Queens. Gonzalez was caught doodling on her desk with erasable marker and promptly cuffed and taken down
Coffee shops in the Seattle area introduced the world to "bikini baristas" three years ago, hiring attractive young women to serve up steamy espressos and lattes while wearing as little as a G-string and pasties. But cities are now taking a closer
Action star Wesley Snipes was found not guilty of federal tax-fraud and conspiracy charges Friday, but was convicted on three misdemeanor counts of failing to file a tax return. Snipes had faced up to 16 years in prison if convicted on all charges
A mentally ill New York man who spent nearly six years behind bars for a 1976 rape he insisted he didn't commit was exonerated after DNA testing showed he was innocent. The conviction of Freddie Peacock of Rochester, now 60, was based on a false conf
Students for Liberty will be screening "10 Rules For Dealing with Police," and having a Q&A session with local defense attorney Marc Victor. Ask all the legal questions you've been dying to know, FOR FREE!
In 1998, Andrew Wakefield, a gastroenterologist at London's Royal Free Hospital, published a study in the prestigious medical journal Lancet that linked the triple Measles, Mumps and Rubella vaccine with autism and bowel disorders in children.
The top federal prosecutor for New Orleans has removed himself from the case of 4 conservative activists arrested last week while trying to capture hidden camera footage in a senator's office, the Department of Justice said. Recusing himself from the
A Detroit-area imam who died in a shootout with the FBI in October was shot 21 times -- at least once in the back -- and found by police lying down with his wrists in handcuffs behind him. The FBI has not alleged any terrorist activity against him, a
Not all letters, but many peaceful notes, are apparently being rejected at the Valley Street facility because they come from a third party liberty organization. The "banned" group is called Mail-to-Jail.com
A man accused of gunning down one of America's few late-term abortion providers was found guilty of first-degree murder on Friday after he said he had to act to stop the doctor from performing more abortions.
Dave and Dorothy Leach rode with Donna Holman to Wichita, Kansas in our Truthvan. They wanted to be at the courthouse to support to Scott Roeder who is on trial for killing abortionist George Tiller. . . .
The trial was supposed to start the first of next month, but of course it feels like deja vu all over again as the mobius loop laps itself for the ___ time. The supposedly final hearing was held this past Monday and well, you can read for yourself:
ATLANTA - A former federal prosecutor hired by gun manufacturer Glock to investigate fraud within the company has been accused of stealing about $3 million from the gunmaker.
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger suggested California could ease its crowded prison system by a billion dollars if 20,000 illegal immigrants currently held in the state were housed across the border to specially built jails in Mexico.
Federal agents repeatedly interviewed him or heard him speak to others. But when they read him his legal rights nearly 10 hours after the incident, he went silent. Lawmakers argue he should have been placed immediately in military custody, and the na
Although the national press spun the contest as a referendum on Obamacare, another powder-keg issue lurked behind the headlines: Martha Coakley's prominent role in prosecuting a child abuse case and her contended culpability of the "primary male offe
What is the greatest human achievement? Many would answer in terms of some architectural or engineering feat: The Great Pyramids, skyscrapers, a bridge span, or sending men to the moon. Others might say the subduing of some deadly disease or Einstein
Washington DC police can arrest a woman in any area they've declared a prostitution free zone. And in a backasswards move to curb prostitution, carrying more than two condoms is considered proof of intention to prostitute.
Hello Mr. Hancock, I have been battling a statutory charge of driving while intoxicated for 2 years against the State of Texas. Initially, I hired an attorney and proceeded in the normal forum prescribed by the corporate State of Texas. I have now cRead Letter
Former police officer Drew Peterson threw his ex-wife to the floor one night, grabbed her throat and told her he "could kill her there and then," a one-time co-worker of the woman testified at a hearing to determine what evidence can be admitted in P
The FBI illegally collected more than 2,000 US telephone call records between 2002 and 2006 by invoking terrorism emergencies that did not exist or persuading phone companies to provide records. Officials issued approvals after the fact to justify th
Grab your children and teach them the real history of MLK and not the watered down politically correct stuff they learn in school these days. We remind people how effective mass civil disobedience is and examine Martin Luther King's Strategy. We r
A Spanish lawmaker was horrified to learn that the FBI used an online photograph of him to create an image showing what Osama bin Laden might look like today. Gaspar Llamazares' photo appeared on a wanted poster updating the U.S. government's 1998 ph
A former Phoenix homicide detective and a blogger critical of Phoenix police were indicted on multiple felony charges stemming from a 2008 harassment case. Officer David Barnes, 42, is accused of being a primary tipster to the Web site badphoenixc
PHOENIX -- A suburban Phoenix concert promoter has been accused of running a Ponzi scheme that bilked approximately 140 investors out of $25 million, federal authorities said Thursday.
The Wall Street Journal, Pat Buchanan and others are already condemning the Obama administration for treating Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab as a civilian criminal rather than an illegal warrior to whom we can presumably do whatever we please.
When cops clashed with anti-globalization demonstrators at the Pittsburgh G-20 summit in September, it was easy to assume that most of the altercations represented justified police responses to overzealous protesters. But a number of disturbing ph