A former sex-crimes prosecutor analyzed Ford’s allegations against Kavanaugh. Here’s her take.

Posted by on Sep 18, 2018 in Featured, Other Issues | Comments

I have won scores of trials, on both sides, where the only evidence was “he said”. When judges allow sufficient time for a trial to beconducted properly, many people can and do win on just such evidence. If he did it, or if he lies some more to the Senate, Brett Kavanaugh has no business on the Bench. Excerpts from the Article:   Soon after Christine Blasey Ford was revealed as the author of a letter alleging that Supreme Court...

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Federal judges butt heads with U.S. lawmakers over legality of ankle monitors for nonviolent suspects

Posted by on Sep 5, 2018 in Featured, Other Issues | Comments

This is one of several issues concerning these monitoring devices which need to be decided by the Supreme Court. Several such cases have been decided differently in the Circuit Courts in sex offender cases. Some say it is punishment, some say it is not. Open the full article to see many cases in many courts with differing opinions. It is a crazy patchwork of “law”. I love this quote, because it is the point I have been making for...

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DNA samples of 1,600 Delaware convicts were not entered into national database for years

Posted by on Aug 27, 2018 in Featured, Other Issues, War on Drugs | Comments

This is one reason why the percentage of solved rape cases has plummeted from 94% in the ’70s to less than 50% today! All of it is due to the war on drugs! Mr. Coupe has told me himself that the medical examiner’s office is so inundated with testing for drug cases that it is way behind on work in more serious cases! He told me that over coffee at Dunkin’ Donuts right after being appointed secretary of Delaware’s...

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Why Sex Offender Registries Keep Growing Even as Sexual Violence Rates Fall

Posted by on Aug 25, 2018 in Featured, Other Issues | Comments

See related articles under “Sex Offenders”. If you don’t know that most of the sex offender laws and restrictions are useless, unnecessary, and unfairly burdensome, it is because you don’t know the FACTS! Excerpts from the Article:   Quentin (not his real name) was convicted eight years ago of child pornography possession in Florida. He served his time and has since moved to another state. But his sentence required...

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My Education 1, 2, 3- Short Essay by Ken Abraham

Posted by on Aug 23, 2018 in Other Issues, Police Brutality, Prison Abuse, War on Drugs | Comments

I have often said that the best thing my parents ever gave me was a great education. Super prep school for grades 9 to 12, even better college, and then law school [thanks to my wife, who worked as a teacher, I was able to pay for law school, but Mom and Dad still helped out]. Ironically, the worst thing I ever did to myself – drugs – led me to another great education … in “the school of hard knocks”. Experience,...

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