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Facial Recognition for your Car
Post Date: 2019-10-05 06:43:41 by Deckard
If youve ever wondered why so many new cars have Angry Samurai Face, maybe its because theyre annoyed about being watched all the time. There is something called the Digital Recognition Network which operates kind of like the fingerprint database the FBI maintains to keep track of criminals. The difference here is its our cars that are being kept track of.Also that were not criminals. This is a distinction of no particular relevance in the Homeland (doesnt the eructation of that word make your right arm want to voluntarily snap outward and upward like a baton?) where the possibility that you might be guilty of something is sufficient to ...
Florida Politician Sends Police in Tactical Gear to Man’s House Over A Gun Meme
Post Date: 2019-10-04 16:53:04 by Deckard
Weston, FL -(Ammoland.com)- The wife of a Weston, Florida city commissioner filed a police report after a Florida man posted a meme to a Facebook group. Peter Van Antwerpen, a resident of Weston, was upset that some in the people in the Weston government joined a lawsuit to eliminate preemption law in Florida. Preemption is the idea that state law trumps local laws. This idea prevents counties such as Broward County from passing local gun ban laws and mandatory gun buybacks. Some residents are concerned if the courts remove the preemption clause that their county will adopt an assault weapons ban. Van Antwerpen posted a meme of Charleston Heston holding up a rifle with ...
Chicago Impounded This Grandmother's Car For a Pot Offense She Didn't Commit. Now She Owes $6,000
Post Date: 2019-10-04 04:31:40 by Deckard
(Institute for Justice) The city of Chicago says retired grandmother Allie Nelson owes it $6,000 in fines and fees after her car was impounded in 2017, even though the criminal case that led to her car being impounded was dismissed, and even though she wasn't driving her car, or even in the state, when she violated Chicago's city code.Nelson was in fact across the country in Houston, recuperating from cancer treatment, when she got a call from a family member saying her car had been impounded. She had lent her car to her granddaughter while she was out of town. Police pulled over the car one night and found her granddaughter's boyfriend driving, allegedly along with some ...
Tennessee Court Says Music City Can Keep Cracking Down on Home Recording Studios
Post Date: 2019-10-04 04:23:49 by Deckard
(Adam Livingston) Music City can continue its crackdown on home music studios thanks to a new ruling from the Davidson County Chancery Court in Tennessee upholding a Nashville law that prohibits home business owners from serving clients on site.The law has been a burden on the city's numerous home studio owners who, thanks to the Nashville Metro government's ban on client visits, are technically unable to charge musicians to record in their home studios. Most studio owners are able to fly under the radar. Those who are reported to Metro can have their businesses upended overnight.That would include Lij Shaw, a Grammy Award-winning music producer profiled by Reason in April.For ...
Taxpayers to Be Held Liable After Cops Steal Man’s Phone, Film Themselves Conspiring to Frame Him [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2019-09-29 10:58:38 by Deckard
Hartford, CT On September 11, 2015, journalist and police accountability activist, Michael Picard was illegally detained for lawfully open carrying and filming police on public property. During the illegal detainment, Connecticut state troopers confiscated his gun and his camera. However, the trooper who took the phone went on to make a critical mistake he left the camera rolling while conspiring with fellow officers to falsely charge Picard. In 2017, it was revealed by the department that they investigated themselves and found they did nothing wrong when they conspired to frame an innocent man. They were exonerated, police union attorney Mark Dumas said. The ...
Family of man shot, killed by police sue city of Southaven, officers
Post Date: 2019-09-28 16:54:06 by nolu chan
Family of man shot, killed by police sue city of Southaven, officers Posted 10:02 am, June 20, 2019, by Eryn Taylor and Jessica Gertler Updated at 05:13PM, June 20, 2019 SOUTHAVEN, Miss. The family of Ismael Lopez, the man that was shot and killed by police nearly two years ago, has filed a lawsuit against the city of Southaven, the police chief and the two officers involved in his death. The family is seeking $8 million in actual and compensatory damages, $12 million for punitive damages and $25,000 for funeral costs. In July 2017, Southaven officers were sent to Surrey Lane to look for a suspect wanted for an aggravated assault in Tate County. Officers mistakenly went to the ...
Senate ‘Assault Weapons’ Ban Outlaws 205 Guns
Post Date: 2019-09-28 07:24:48 by Deckard
Breitbart by AWR Hawkins The Senate assault weapons ban outlaws 205 specific guns, magazines holding 11 rounds or more, and bump stocks, which are already illegal. Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), the bills sponsor, cites alleged benefits from the 1994-2004 assault weapons ban in an effort to bolster the chances for passage of the new version. However, she ignores the Department of Justices National Institute of Justice report showing that the 1994-2004 ban could not take credit for any reduction in crime. In addition to banning 205 different guns, high capacity magazines, and bump stocks, the Senate assault weapons ...
Cops Go to Wrong Home, Execute Innocent Man, Claim it Was Okay Because He Had No Rights
Post Date: 2019-09-28 07:17:15 by Deckard
Southaven, MS Two years ago, police responding to a call of domestic violence went to the wrong home and killed an innocent husband. A year later, the tragedy grew deeper when TFTP learned that the officers involved in the killing would not be charged. Now, two years later, we are finding that the government is trying to dismiss the familys lawsuit, claiming that Ismael Lopez had no Constitutional rights, therefore his murder did not matter. In July of 2018, the officers who killed Lopez were brought to a grand jury by District Attorney John Champion who attempted to get them indicted on charges of homicide. However, the grand jury irresponsibly failed to return an indictment. ...
Can a Federal Judge Sentence You for a Crime Your Jury Says You Didn't Commit? The Answer May Terrify You
Post Date: 2019-09-28 06:29:43 by Deckard
Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) has become a leading proponent of reforming the federal criminal justice system. (Caroline Brehman/CQ Roll Call/Newscom) Can a federal judge sentence you for a crime your jury says you didn't commit? In a sane world, the answer would be "no." If a prosecutor charges you with five crimes, and the jury finds you not guilty of four of them, the judge who then doles out the sentence should be able to consider only that one guilty verdict.Yet federal judges can, and often do, use what's called "acquitted conduct"charges for which a person has been found not guiltywhen sentencing defendants for the crimes the jury says they did ...
Rutherford Institute Challenges Discriminatory Law Preventing Students From Using Scholarships to Attend Private Schools With Religious Ties
Post Date: 2019-09-27 09:44:17 by Deckard
The Rutherford Institutes amicus brief in Espinoza v. Montana Dept. of Revenue WASHINGTON, DC Denouncing state laws that claim to advocate for school choice while discriminating against individuals who favor private schools with religious ties, The Rutherford Institute has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to reject a provision of Montanas constitution that prohibits students from using scholarship funds to attend religiously-affiliated private schools. In filing an amicus brief in Espinoza v. Mont. Dept. of Revenue, Rutherford Institute attorneys argue that Montanas discriminatory law violates the First and Fourteenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution. Moreover, ...
A License for Outrageous Police Conduct
Post Date: 2019-09-25 05:38:59 by Deckard
Qualified immunity protects cops from liability for actions that would land ordinary people in jail.When a police officer illegally arrests a photographer for taking pictures, can she be sued for violating the Fourth Amendment's ban on "unreasonable searches and seizures"? Yes, a federal appeals court ruled last week.When police officers steal cash and property worth more than $225,000 while executing a search warrant, can they be sued for violating the owners' Fourth Amendment rights? No, a different federal appeals court ruled earlier this month.Welcome to the weird world of qualified immunity, which protects government officials from liability for outrageous conduct if ...
Surveillance: You’d Better Chose Wisely
Post Date: 2019-09-24 06:37:25 by Deckard
Ive often joked that George Orwells novel 1984 was meant to be a warning, not an instruction manual. And yet every day the U.S. marches closer and closer to making Orwells dystopian nightmare a reality.Nobody wants this. So, why is it happening? Because way too many people do want the intermediate steps that necessarily lead to Orwells vision.In the opening chapter of the book, Orwell drops the reader into a fully functioning, all-encompassing surveillance state. He hints at the path society took leading up to the omnipresent gaze of Big Brother, but the reader doesnt experience the slow erosion of privacy and the gradual expansion of government power that ...
ATF Admits No Legal Authority For Bump Stock Ruling
Post Date: 2019-09-23 05:49:35 by Deckard
The Firearms Blog by Benjamin F Show of hands, who has been paying attention to the various lawsuits dealing with the ATFs reinterpretation of Bump Stocks? Because to be completely honest, I havent been paying as much attention as I clearly should have been. In their most recent court filing, the ATF has admitted some truly explosive news. Namely, they concede that they do not have the authority to reinterpret the definition of machine guns in the bump stock ruling under the National Firearms Act (NFA). ATF Admits No Legal Authority for Bump Stock Ruling Lets back up and provide some context. So, on December 26th, 2018, the ...
Historic House Vote Approves Broad Marijuana Federalism
Post Date: 2019-09-23 05:45:48 by Deckard
This vote is "a hopeful sign that the harmful policies of marijuana prohibition will soon be a relic of the past."The House of Representatives in June resoundingly approved a spending rider that would bar the Justice Department from interfering with the implementation of state laws that allow the production, distribution, and consumption of marijuana for medical or recreational use. The amendment, a broader version of a rider that has protected state medical marijuana programs since 2014, was supported by 62 percent of the legislators who voted, including 41 Republicans and 226 Democrats."This is without a doubt the biggest victory for federal ...
Cops Record Themselves Making Up Fake Charges to Arrest Innocent Man, Steal His Car
Post Date: 2019-09-22 11:08:29 by Deckard
Jasper, GA If you still have any doubt that police are here just for your protection, the following video should be enough to convince you otherwise. An entirely innocent man, Charles A. Spradlin had committed no crime, had harmed no one, and was on his own property when two Georgia State Troopers illegally stopped him, kidnapped him, and stole his vehicle. The gross violation of rights was captured on video as the two troopers discussed the various ways to accomplish their illegal goals. The troopers conduct is now the subject of a federal lawsuit. This infuriatingly corrupt incident unfolded on March 26, 2016 when Spradlin got a call from his neighbor whose son ...
Court Shoots Down Cop's Assertion That Driving Without Breaking Any Laws Is 'Suspicious'
Post Date: 2019-09-20 09:43:05 by Deckard
from the scofflaws-not-even-bothering-to-break-the-law-anymore deptThu, Sep 19th 2019 3:36pm Tim Cushing Must be tough out there for cops. Literally everything is suspicious. And there are only so many hours in the day. Since no court is willing to end the tradition of pretextual stops, anything that can be described as suspicious has been used to initiate fishing expeditions. A few courts have called out this tendency to view almost everything humans do as indicative of criminal behavior. This is one of the better call-outs, as it gives some indication of just how many "training and experience" assertions the court has had to wade through while dealing with law ...
This Awful House Bill Would Promote Gun Confiscation Without Due Process
Post Date: 2019-09-20 05:37:47 by Deckard
The bill would make the criteria for federal grants loose enough to accommodate even the worst "red flag" laws. Jerrold Nadler (Caroline Brehman/CQ Roll Call/Newscom) This week the House Judiciary Committee approved the Extreme Risk Protection Order Act. The legislation would provide grants to encourage the passage and enforcement of "red flag" laws, which are supposed to prevent people from possessing firearms when they are deemed a threat to themselves or others. The bill's standards for grant eligibility vividly illustrate the due process issues raised by such laws. Far from encouraging states to include robust due process protections, the bill would encourage ...
The Deep State Vs The 2nd Amendment
Post Date: 2019-09-19 11:40:59 by Deckard
When George W Bush was President, the Deep State created a list of 8 million Americans to be detained in case of a National Emergency. That list surely has grown since Democracy Now and Salon looked at Main Core in 2008. The Deep State is run by the men who launder a trillion dollars a year in illegal drugs and weapons. Asia Times said a decade ago that they also launder $500 billion a year in bribes. The Deep State killed President Kennedy because they wanted him to go to war in Vietnam and to lose it so they could get white teenagers to start taking drugs. They wanted a beaten down and drugged up America to replace what was here before they killed JFK because they could more easily ...
Lawsuit Settlement Over Detainment Of A Journalist Will Force Denver Police Department To Admit The First Amendment Exists
Post Date: 2019-09-19 05:54:47 by Deckard
from the being-deliberately-wrong-is-just-playing-the-odds deptWed, Sep 18th 2019 12:09pm Tim Cushing Last summer, Denver police officers decided the First Amendment didn't exist in the city, at least not while they were in the process of helping a naked black man get some medical attention by handcuffing him in the middle of the sidewalk. Denver PD officers Adam Paulsen and James Brooks noticed journalist Susan Greene filming the incident and decided she needed some law enforcement herself. So they approached her and told her to stop filming by citing an inapplicable law. For whatever reason, they also told her to "act like a lady." Greene was handcuffed and placed ...
The Red Flag Council
Post Date: 2019-09-18 10:47:52 by Deckard
Attribute to L. Neil Smiths The Libertarian Enterprise In America, the highest law of the land consists of the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution, commonly known as Bill of Rights. Unlike the remainder of the Constitution (which merely serves as an operating system for the government), The Bill of Rights is the exclusive property of the American people, their guarantee of liberty, and the essential condition, historically, on which the rest of the Constitution was ratified. The Bill of Rights is not simply a laundry list of things that government generously allows it humble subjects to do. (Go to Canada, if thats the kind of society you prefer, ...
Rep Jim Jordan’s passionate speech against Red Flag laws
Post Date: 2019-09-17 10:55:02 by Deckard
Democrats in the House Judiciary Committee are pushing through HR1236, the Extreme Risk Protection Order Act of 2019, that will impose red flag gun laws across the nation. The gun control legislation is being heralded by most on the left and some on the right who see it as a way of stopping mass shootings before they happen. But conservatives are pushing back against the law as subversion of gun rights, property rights, and due process rights. One of those leading the charge to stop this bill from making it through the House is Representative Jim Jordan (R-OH). In a passionate speech within the committee, Jordan lambasted his colleagues for betraying their oath to the Constitution and for ...
PETITION: Throw out the illegal prosecution of General Michael Flynn. Prosecute the perpetrators.
Post Date: 2019-09-17 08:35:10 by WWG1WWA
A career American serviceman, who worked for 33 years and rose through the ranks to become a Brigadier General, who has fought several times in combat and was also promoted to be in charge of the Defense Intelligence Agency under Obama, who later fired him for speaking out about deficiencies in the DIA during that time, was then picked by President Trump as his first choice for his National Security Advisor, But General Flynn was then denied his Miranda Constitutional Rights by Obamas Director of the FBI, James Comey, before the inauguration and ended up having to resign. This highly decorated veterans name is Brigadier General Michael Flynn, and he was then entrapped but ...
Albertsons Companies joins supermarkets in changing guns policy
Post Date: 2019-09-08 06:31:11 by WWG1WWA
Supermarket operator Albertsons Companies said on Saturday it would ask customers not to openly carry firearms at its stores, joining an array of retailers and store chains this week who changed their gun policy in light of several mass shootings in the United States. "We want our stores to feel safe & welcoming for all, so we respectfully ask customers to not openly carry firearms in our stores unless they are authorized law enforcement officers," the company said in a tweet bit.ly/2HPH03R. The announcement comes as other retailers such as Walmart Inc (WMT.N) and Kroger Co (KR.N) tweaked their gun policy, with Walmart saying it would discontinue sales of ammunition for ...
'Everything conservatives hoped for and liberals feared': Neil Gorsuch makes his mark at the Supreme Court
Post Date: 2019-09-07 09:01:32 by Tooconservative
Some justices ascend to the Supreme Court quietly, deferring to their elders and biding time before venturing out too far to offer their own views of the law. Justice Neil M. Gorsuch, on the other hand, appears to have been shot from a cannon. At his inaugural oral argument in April 2017, President Trumps first choice for the Supreme Court asked 22 questions. In the term just completed, Gorsuch wrote more dissents than any other justice and typed out a whopping 337 pages of opinions. Again, more than anyone else. Along the way, he has established himself as one of the courts most conservative justices and a reliable vote for Trump initiatives that have reached the Supreme ...
YouTube Is Not the Government
Post Date: 2019-09-04 05:04:40 by Deckard
Conservatives who argue that the video platform is constrained by the First Amendment are forsaking their constitutional principles. (Jeff Malet Photography/Newscom) Dennis Prager may or may not have a legitimate beef with YouTube, which he says has been restricting access to videos produced by his nonprofit organization, Prager University, because of its conservative perspective. But one thing is clear: YouTube is not violating the First Amendment, and the political commentator's claims to the contrary are anything but conservative.During a hearing last week before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, the two members of the three-judge panel who spoke were understandably ...
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