Chief Justice extends Judicial Emergency until June 13

Posted by on May 15, 2020 in Backgress - Sessions, Featured, Other Issues, War on Drugs |

While the wheels of injustice never stop, the wheels of justice move ever more slowly. I do believe (based on filings during the past 3 months which have gotten NO response) that many judges are simply loafing.   ACTUAL WHEEL OF JUSTICE IN MOST OF AMERICA’S COURTS! THIS ONE WAS PHOTOGRAPHED IN A FAMILY COURT. Excerpts from the Article: In consultation with the other members of the Supreme Court on Thursday, Delaware Supreme Court...

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First Circuit: Home Search Affidavit Failed to Establish Nexus of Crime and Evidence

Posted by on May 7, 2020 in Featured, Other Issues, War on Drugs |

Another super sloppy search warrant by police.  Thousands of criminals can thank cops for these each year. Excerpts from the Article: The U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit affirmed the suppression of evidence seized from a suspected drug dealer’s home as fruit of the poisonous tree. Jamal Roman was alleged in a search warrant application submitted by DEA Special Agent Scott Smith to be “a known cocaine trafficker” who “oversaw...

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Opioid Epidemic Keeps Climbing at California Prisons, and Claiming Lives of Released Prisoners as Well

Posted by on Apr 20, 2020 in Featured, Other Issues, Prison Abuse, War on Drugs |

It still goes on! So where are all the drugs coming from?  Despite all the bullshit put out by prison officials, 95% of ALL contraband – including drugs – is brought in by the fucking guards! And let us not lose sight of the fact that addicts need treatment, NOT prison! Excerpts from the Article: With opioid overdoses claiming the lives of over 68,000 Americans annually, detention facilities have reported a corresponding rise in...

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Around the ValleyCampusCurrent AffairsShowcase Reforming an incarcerated America – Excellent Article – kra

Posted by on Apr 15, 2020 in Featured, Mental Illness, Other Issues, Prison Abuse, War on Drugs |

I have posted many articles showing that a great way – maybe the best way –  to reduce crime (reduce recidivism) and lower criminal justice costs is to EDUCATE inmates. I love this sentence: “It’s reminding them that they have a voice . . . no matter if they are being called a number or an inmate . . . that they’re people that can tell stories,”… it reminds me that my first Letter to the Editor upon release from prison in 2012...

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1st prison inmate to die of coronavirus wrote heartbreaking letter to judge Patrick Jones “spent the last 12 years contesting a sentence that ultimately killed him,” one of his former lawyers said.

Posted by on Apr 9, 2020 in Featured, Other Issues, War on Drugs |

This article was sent to me by my friend, great attorney, Steve Hampton. It is a poignant reminder of the real toll of mass incarceration: needlessly ripping apart families.  We can be sure that many, many inmates will die from coronavirus, for the prison “health care” is abominable. Excerpts from the Article: In the months before the coronavirus infiltrated the U.S., a 49-year-old inmate began drafting a letter inside the walls of...

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Williams: This virus has highlighted the flaws in mass incarceration.

Posted by on Apr 3, 2020 in Featured, Mental Illness, Other Issues, Prison Abuse, War on Drugs |

If you are a concerned relative of anyone in jail or prison, maybe send an email to the warden: “If (name and number of prisoner) dies of coronavirus in your facility, I shall sue you personally.”  READ Put it in Writing! = – Always do this!   Excerpts from the Article: This global pandemic is being touted as a game-changer that will make us re-examine our...

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