Prosecutor, attorney reprimanded for ‘banishment’ scheme

Posted by on Jun 8, 2021 in Featured, Other Issues | 0 comments

This would be just relocating the problem: the offenders.   Excerpts from the Article: A prosecutor and a defense attorney in Nebraska have been reprimanded for a scheme reminiscent of the Wild West in which they told two convicted criminals to get out of town and never return. On Friday, the Nebraska Supreme Court issued public reprimands for Custer County Attorney Steven Bowers and Broken Bow defense attorney Christopher Wickham for...

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Austin, Texas, Diverting Funds From Police to Transform Community

Posted by on Jun 7, 2021 in Featured, Mental Illness, Other Issues, War on Drugs | 0 comments

This is good, smart, policing. Obviously, Texas’ tRumpian governor does not get it!    Excerpts from the Article: Despite being the capital of the nation’s largest Red state, Austin, Texas, is as liberally Blue as a city can be, proudly sporting the motto “KEEP AUSTIN WEIRD.” Whether weird or empathetic, Austin has made great strides toward diverting money from its police department to improve law enforcement-related functions and to...

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California’s assault weapons ban overturned as federal judge compares AR-15 to a Swiss Army knife

Posted by on Jun 6, 2021 in Featured, Other Issues | 0 comments

I wonder how many Americans were killed by Swiss Army Knives.   Excerpts from the Article: A federal judge Friday night overturned California’s longtime ban on assault weapons, saying the state’s law was unconstitutional and that prohibiting such firearms for decades was “a failed experiment.” In a 94-page ruling, U.S. District Judge Roger Benitez of the Southern District of California said that sections of the state ban in place since...

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Delaware could require police to record interrogations with new Democrat-backed bill

Posted by on Jun 4, 2021 in Featured, Other Issues, Police Brutality | 0 comments

This should be done in every department in every state!   Excerpts from the Article: Delaware could soon require police to record interrogations of suspects in custody. Democratic lawmakers are pushing a bill to create the requirement, which would apply to criminal allegations against adults and children. The recording could be audio or video with audio. House Bill 215 by Rep. Melissa Minor-Brown, D-New Castle South, is the latest proposed...

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Indictment Links Gang to Dozens of Baltimore Shootings

Posted by on Jun 4, 2021 in Featured, Other Issues, War on Drugs | 0 comments

You have got to wonder how so many people could be so stupid as to think they would not get arrested because of the way they were doing things! With their social media posts they might as well have been saying “please come lock us up for at least 10 years”!     Excerpts from the Article: Federal prosecutors announced the indictment of 15 alleged members and associates of a Baltimore gang in connection with 18 killings, 27...

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