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Drug-Planting Case Against Cops Proceeds

Drug-Planting Case Against Cops Proceeds

 
     California – San Jose      In April, Ross sued the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Department, the county and the sheriff, along with several deputies and sergeants, alleging a police car dash cam captured officials plotting to plant drugs after an illegal search of Ross’s home in 2009.     “The Incident Report states […]

By |December 4th, 2014|Drugs, Legal News, National Headlines|0 Comments

Remembering President John F. Kennedy 51 Years later

Remembering  President  John F. Kennedy 51 Years later

 
Perhaps it is that feeling of loss that explains the lingering sense of grief over John F. Kennedy’s assassination year after year. On a cold, crisp November afternoon the world lost one of its stars. President John F. Kennedy was unjustly assassinated in front of his wife Jackie. There has […]

By |November 22nd, 2014|National Headlines, People|0 Comments

” New Orleans robbers take photos of selves for police with stolen phone”

” New Orleans robbers take photos of selves for police with stolen phone”
 
 
These alleged robbers have become internationally famous,  from Reuters:
A pair of armed-robbery suspects i n New Orleans have given police seeking their capture on Monday a helpful clue: pictures of themselves taken with one of their victim’s cell phone sand uploaded to her […]

California Defelonization Initiative Appears Poised for Victory

California Defelonization Initiative Appears Poised for Victory

​The District of Columbia, and Oregon, a California initiative that would turn drug possession felonies into misdemeanors is quietly heading for a likely victory at the polls in November.

Proposition 47, the smartly named Safe Neighborhoods and Schools Act, is sponsored by two prominent California law enforcement figures, former San […]

By |September 25th, 2014|Drugs, Legal News, National Headlines|0 Comments

NOPD Hides The Shooting of Unarmed Teen in Head by NOPD Officer. .

 Supt. Ronal Serpas “took the blame” Wednesday for the NOPD covering up the shooting of an unarmed teen in the head on Monday.

Armand Bennett, 26, was shot by a New Orleans police officer early Monday, but the NOPD never mentioned the officer-involved shooting in its daily roundup of major police items.
“In this particular case it’s […]

Cellphone Spying Technology Used in California

Cellphone Spying Technology Used in California
 
In California, the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department recently admitted that they have and use cellphone spying technology. Apparently, when the news first broke, the sheriff’s department initially told a news outlet that they had no responsive records having to do with the technology.
According to California based News10, they obtained public […]

By |August 5th, 2014|Legal News, National Headlines|0 Comments

Press Release

Press Release
 
 July 29th 2014, our firm filed the writ to the Fourth Circuit in Mr. Le’s case. A writ is an appeal to a higher court, seeking relief from a contested ruling made by a trial court. Our request that Mr. Le’s Preliminary hearing be held sooner than August 28th and the request that subpoenas issue to […]

Reports of Hundreds of children found at vermin-infested shelter in Mexico

Today we share with you the appaling news of hundreds of children in Mexico. Its sad that something like this is happening so close to our country. Article from Cnn Follows –

(CNN) — Authorities in Mexico are still unraveling the horrors allegedly committed on nearly 500 children sheltered at “La Gran Familia” refuge in the western […]

By |July 18th, 2014|Legal News, National Headlines|0 Comments

The German government has ordered the expulsion of a CIA official in Berlin

The German government has ordered the expulsion of a CIA official in Berlin in response to two cases of alleged spying by the US.
 
The revelations by Edward Snowden of the vast US electronic spying network have struck again in Germany.
A German intelligence official was arrested last week on suspicion of spying and an investigation has […]

By |July 11th, 2014|Legal News, National Headlines|0 Comments

The Supreme Court ruled on Monday in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby

The Supreme Court ruled on Monday in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby, that requiring family-owned corporations to pay for insurance coverage for contraception under the Affordable Care Act violated a federal law protecting religious freedom. It was, a dissent said, “a decision of startling breadth.” The 5-to-4 ruling, which technically only applied to two companies owned […]