Where does one begin to understand the depth of involuntary servitude, not only in the united States of America, but throughout the world? When will the masses wake up and say *%#& YOU! Here is a outstanding, real example of courage and fearless
When Clarence Thomas led the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission, he fought to make it handicapped accessible.
The US Supreme Court ruled "the sniff is up to snuff" in a Florida case on how police may use dogs to track down illegal drugs. In a unanimous decision, the Supreme Court gave law enforcement authorities greater authority to use dogs to uncover illeg
Michael W. Deen (FreedomFeens.Com) update on Obama's gun grabbing executive orders - Charlie Miller (ThePublicTrust1776.Org) on corrupt justice system and judges - Tony Tangalos (PrepperFestAZ.Org) on upcoming preparedness expo April 26-28, 2013
An Arizona appeals court ruled marijuana users don't need to be actually impaired to be successfully prosecuted for driving under the influence. The common sense-defying ruling came in the case of a man who tested positive for an inactive marijuana m
Rock'n'roll pioneer Chubby Checker is suing two computer companies for allowing his name to be used as the title of an app that guesses the size of a man's penis.
We have previously discussed rulings where fathers have contested the obligation to pay child support for children conceived in affairs or where they were simply sperm donors. The latest case involves a man who was ordered to pay
District judge Ken Anderson of Williamson County, Texas is now formally under investigation for his alleged role in a gross injustice as a prosecutor. It is an all-too-rare case where a former prosecutor is actually called to account for an injustice
William Bowden painted “Screwed by the Town of Cary” on his house after a road-widening project directed runoff onto his property, damaging his home. Within hours, zoning officials paid him a visit, ordering him to remove the sign
It’s now obvious to everyone that – even though criminal fraud dominates Wall Street – the Obama administration refuses to prosecute white collar crime.
In the 21st century Americans have experienced an extraordinary collapse in the rule of law and in their constitutional protections.
The military judge presiding at the Sept. 11 trial Thursday ordered the government to unplug any outside censors who can reach into his courtroom and silence the war crimes tribunal.
59 pages which boils down to this: The govt's only strategy was to throw the CAFRA book at the Caswells and the Property.
After being attacked without cause on his own property, Goss removed the Taser barbs and then knocked the weapon out of the assailant’s hands. This act of self-defense was later described as the supposed crime of “disarming an officer.”
Chevron dropped another evidentiary bombshell in its long-running battle against lawyers suing it over toxic waste in the Ecuador jungle.
Quietly and without much fanfare, the federal Vaccine Injury Compensation Program , has essentially admitted that vaccines cause autism.
Allen Bass, 50, sued Trooper Dellagicoma and others, claiming they punched and kicked him multiple times, causing him to urinate on himself, after he complied with their commands to get off his bicycle at Ellis Avenue and Clinton Avenue
Barry Siegel's book "Manifest Injustice" chronicles the saga of Bill Macumber, who was falsely was imprisoned for 37 years for the murder of two people in Scottsdale, Ariz.
A Virginia man who wrote an abbreviated version of the Fourth Amendment on his body and stripped to his shorts at an airport security screening area won a trial Friday in his lawsuit seeking $250,000 in damages for being detained on a disorderly cond
“Prosecutors destroy a life.” That could be a headline in every newspaper every day in a land where the answer to every problem (and many nonproblems) is police and prisons.
The feds mandate fidelity between carriers and users: New rule under DMCA outlaws unlocking new handsets without carrier permission.
A chain of Catholic Hospitals has beaten a malpractice lawsuit by saying that fetuses are not equivalent to human lives.
A British court has rejected an attempt by Barclays to shield the names of more than 100 present and former employees of the bank allegedly involved in manipulating a key interest rate index or who for other reasons came to the attention of investiga
Earlier today, we reported that "Assistant Attorney General Admits On TV That In The US Justice Does Not Apply To The Banks" when we commented on last night's PBS special "The Untouchables."
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A federal judge let the New York Police Department resume stop-and-frisk stops she believes are unconstitutional while she decides what permanent remedies are necessary to prevent illegal stops at thousands of privately owned buildings.
A case that began with reports of suspicious activity in northeast Wisconsin forest land last spring may be headed for the US Supreme Court.
It’s been three years since the Supreme Court issued it’s outrageous decision in Citizens United vs. FEC, overturning the flimsy campaign finance protections afforded under McCain-Feingold law.
Imposing real consequences on these federal prosecutors in the Aaron Swartz case is vital for both justice and reform
A Colorado judge ordered a Fox News reporter on Friday to testify in the case of accused theater gunman James Holmes and shed light on her anonymous sources for a story about a notebook connected to Holmes. Arapahoe County District Judge William