Three men convicted of killing three 8-year-old Cub Scouts and dumping their bodies in an Arkansas ditch changed their pleas Friday, resolving a year's long effort to win their freedom. Under a plea bargain, they were being freed immediately.
Lawyers for the woman who accused former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn of sexual assault have explored a deal in which they would scuttle the criminal case in exchange for a monetary settlement in the civil lawsuit.
Bank of America Corp may settle a state and federal probe of foreclosure practices in a deal that lets New York proceed with an inquiry into securitizations, Bloomberg reported citing two people with direct knowledge of the matter. The firm may pu
Three supervisors of the US government’s controversial anti-gun-running program “Fast and Furious” were promoted by the ATF despite continued criticism of their actions, the Los Angeles Times reported Tuesday.
Drivers have no recourse if police say the tape from a dashboard-mounted video camera is not available, according to a ruling Wednesday from the Texas Court of Appeals. Mark Lee Martin wanted to defend himself against drug possession charges filed in
Casey Anthony must return to Orlando within two weeks to serve a year's probation for check fraud, a Florida judge ruled. Anthony's attorneys had argued that she served her probation while in jail awaiting trial in her murder case and requiring her t
Sovereign individuals have a Constitutionally Guaranteed and Lawful RIGHT TO TRAVEL Freely throughout the United States without the need of permission or a license from any State, City or Political S
Police in London likely aren’t relishing their jobs this week, but Scotland Yard is getting a chance to test drive facial recognition technology that’s under consideration for use during the 2012 Olympic Games.
Investigators made no mention of child sex tapes, or seized photos of polygamist leader Warren Jeffs kissing young girls, after their April 2008 raid on the sect's remote Texas compound. Instead, the public saw the televised spectacle of more than 40
“The cartoonist and everybody else have a constitutionally protected right to be anonymous and exercise their free speech and expression,” Bharti said. “This abuse of police power is beyond belief.”
Polygamist leader Warren Jeffs was sentenced to life in prison on Tuesday for sexually assaulting two underage followers he took as brides in what his church deemed "spiritual marriages." The head of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of La
The people in charge of the major networks are evil, gutless cowards. So, who are these people, and where do they live? What are their home phone numbers, and how can you show them some justice?
Perez's withdrawal of her request likely means the public won't know any time soon exactly what exactly happened the morning of July 10 at the lockup. In the spring, state lawmakers revised Florida's public records law, forbidding the release of pict
A federal indictment states Dawkins started to fill out a passport application in 2004, didn't complete it, then filled out a new application 2 years later. On that new application, he checked "no" for "Have you ever applied before?"
The Renton City Prosecutor wants to send a cartoonist to jail for mocking the police department in a series of animated Internet videos. The "South-Park"-style animations parody everything from officers having sex on duty to certain personnel gett
A Bloomington man is facing possible jail time, accused of breaking a city ordinance that prohibits residents from feeding wild animals. In Bloomington, it is legal to use bird feeders — as long as they are 5 feet off the ground. Neighbors and the
Eleven-year-old aspiring veterinarian, Skylar Capo, sprang into action the second she learned that a baby woodpecker in her Dad's backyard was about to be eaten by the family cat. "I've just always loved animals," said Skylar Capo. "I couldn't sta
A child protection official for the Catholic Church has been caught with 4,000 pictures of child porn. Father-of-four Christopher Jarvis was arrested after uploading pictures of children being abused to a website. Married Jarvis, 49, a former s
A fifth lawsuit has been filed against the city and current or former police officers accused of falsifying search warrants and other corrupt practices. Officer Henderson falsified a search warrant that led to a drug conviction and life sentence for
Two years ago Steven D. Ballinger of Collinsville, Illinois, was sentenced to two and a half years of probation in state court after he pleaded guilty to sexual abuse and child pornography charges stemming from his videotaped encounter with a 12-year
"You are stomping on sacred ground. You are treading on a people of peace. This religion deserves protection. The government of the United States has no right to infringe on the right of a peaceful people. The mockery must cease. This religious perse
New York (CNN) -- Attorneys for the family of a 9/11 victim said they will push forward with a wrongful death lawsuit against United Airlines and a private security company despite a federal judge's decision to dismiss the Massachusetts Port Authorit
If Tara Keener had known that her 5-year-old son was only sleeping, she might not have acted this way. But Keener, an emergency room nurse, didn’t know. All she knew was what she could see through the windows of a big yellow school bus as she
Hacker and activist Aaron Swartz faces federal hacking prosecution for allegedly downloading millions of academic documents via MIT’s guest network, using a laptop hidden in a networking closet.
When Harvey Silverglate, notorious civil rights lawyer, says we commit three felonies a day, only those of us who appreciate what he's saying nod our heads. But when that arch bastion of civil liberties, the Wall Street Journal agrees, the message g
Mom puts three-year-old down for a nap. Mom lays down for a nap herself. Three-year-old gets up, lets herself out, wanders around the neighborhood. Naturally, the local law enforcement idiots charge mom with a crime, in this case child endangerment.
A journalism student at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas who used the online alias "No" and "MMMM" faces 15 years in prison and $500,000 in fines if she is convicted of hacking charges related to the group "Anonymous."
The hotel maid accusing Dominique Strauss-Kahn of sexually assaulting her in a Manhattan hotel room shattered her silence Sunday, saying in a published report that the former International Monetary Fund leader grabbed and attacked her as she implored
James Warren "Flaming Eagle" Mooney discusses how he went from Drug enforcer to Oklevueha Native American Church Medicine Man and the Legal precedence that has been laid down, defending the rights of the individual to practice religious freedom acco
James Warren "Flaming Eagle" Mooney is interviewed and discusses the Native American Church http://nativeamericanchurch.net and how the 1st Amendment of the constitution for the united States gives the people the absolute right to use church sacremen