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Chicago Commissioner Pleads With UN To Deploy Foreign Troops In US

Chicago Commissioner Pleads With UN To Deploy Foreign Troops In US

“Under the guise of stopping violent crime, a County Commissioner in Cook County, Illinois, went to New York City late last week to request that the United Nations deploy foreign troops in Chicago to tackle the city’s ‘quiet genocide.'”

Police Chief Arrested After Soliciting Cop Posing Online As 14-Year-Old

Police Chief Arrested After Soliciting Cop Posing Online As 14-Year-Old

“A Pennsylvania police chief—who gained widespread attention after losing his arm in a summer fireworks accident—was arrested after soliciting sex from a teenage girl during an online sting. Forty-year-old Chief Mike Diebold is being charged with two felonies: unlawful contact with a minor and criminal attempt to involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, WPXI, an NBC-affiliate in Pittsburgh reported. Diebold reportedly sent inappropriate photos through an online messaging app while soliciting sexual contact, under the name ‘KuteCop4You’. Little did he know, he was in contact with a fellow police officer – albeit undercover.”

Jury rules cops were justified in SWAT raid over family’s loose-leaf tea

Jury rules cops were justified in SWAT raid over family’s loose-leaf tea

“No one disputes that the Hartes are innocent of any criminal wrongdoing. No one disputes that the officers conducted a raid on their home after mistaking tea for marijuana. And no one disputes that the officers improperly used the results of notoriously unreliable field tests as probable cause for the mistaken raid, instead of sending the tea to a lab for more rigorous testing. No one disputes any of these things. Yet the system failed to compensate the Hartes for what happened to them, and the system failed to hold any of the law enforcement officers accountable for their mistakes.”

Nebraska Bill Would Limit ALPR Data, Help Block National License Plate Tracking Program

Nebraska Bill Would Limit ALPR Data, Help Block National License Plate Tracking Program

LINCOLN, Neb. (Jan. 8, 2018) – A bill filed in the Nebraska legislature would put limitations on the storage and sharing of information collected by Automated License Plate Readers (ALPRs) by law enforcement in the state, and place significant roadblocks in the way of a federal program using states to help track the location of…

Mississippi Bill Would Legalize Industrial Hemp; Foundation to Nullify Federal Prohibition

Mississippi Bill Would Legalize Industrial Hemp; Foundation to Nullify Federal Prohibition

JACKSON, Miss. (Jan. 8, 2018) – A bill introduced in the Mississippi House would legalize the production and processing of industrial hemp for commercial purposes, setting the foundation to nullify federal prohibition in practice. Rep, Joel Bomgar (R-Madison) introduced House Bill 390 (HB390) on Jan. 5. Under the proposed law, industrial hemp would be treated as an agricultural…

Missouri Bill Would Ban Some Mercury Vaccines; Rejects Federal Narrative

Missouri Bill Would Ban Some Mercury Vaccines; Rejects Federal Narrative

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (Jan 8, 2018) – A bill introduced in the Missouri Senate would ban vaccines containing mercury above a specified amount and push back against federal narratives on vaccinations. Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal (D-University City) prefiled Senate Bill 741 (SB741) on Dec. 1. Under the proposed law, “beginning August 28, 2019, no vaccine containing more than…

R3publicans:  Nevada judge dismisses case against Cliven Bundy and sons, says government cannot retry them

R3publicans: Nevada judge dismisses case against Cliven Bundy and sons, says government cannot retry them

A federal judge ruled Monday that the federal government may not retry Cliven Bundy and his sons after rebuking prosecutors for withholding evidence during their felony trial stemming from an armed standoff four years ago.

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After three mistrials, judge dismisses case against Cliven Bundy and sons

After three mistrials, judge dismisses case against Cliven Bundy and sons

“A federal judge ruled Monday that the federal government may not retry Cliven Bundy and his sons after rebuking prosecutors for withholding evidence during their felony trial stemming from an armed standoff four years ago. She said the attorneys were in violation of the Brady rule, which requires prosecutors to disclose evidence that could be favorable to a defendant, and told them it wasn’t possible to proceed with the case. On Monday, she dismissed the case ‘with prejudice,’ meaning the government cannot retry the defendants.”