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Ring Is Teaching Cops How To Obtain Doorbell Camera Footage Without A Warrant
Post Date: 2019-08-09 08:35:24 by Deckard
from the twist:-Amazon-will-just-give-it-to-them-if-no-one-cooperates deptThu, Aug 8th 2019 12:16pm Tim Cushing To be part of your local law enforcement's surveillance network, all you need is a little tech from Amazon. Amazon's Ring doorbell/camera is being handed out to cops, who can then give them to citizens with the implication the recipients of this corporate/government largesse will deliver recordings upon request. Every Ring installed is another contributor to this ad hoc network of cameras -- something both cops and Amazon have access to. Amazon is looking to corner two markets at one time, roping in both the public and private sectors with an eye on dominating ...
McConnell Just Moved to Approve a Hell of a Lot of Judges [19 more]
Post Date: 2019-07-26 06:10:51 by Tooconservative
Okay, so conservatives aren't happy with the budget deal. President Trump and the Republicans struck a compromise with Nancy Pelosi on a two-year, $2.7 trillion agreement that passed the House and is likely to pass the Senate next week. It blew up the spending caps Republicans rallied for in 2011. And fiscal conservatives are rightfully pissed.But, conservatives may find solace in the judicial effort Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell made today. As he unveiled next week's agenda, McConnell moved to vote on the lifetime appointments of 19 district court judges. Leader McConnell has filed cloture on Executive Calendar #119 Michael T. Liburdi to be U.S. District Judge for the ...
Court Rules Police Officer Who Shot 10-Year-Old Is Protected by Qualified Immunity
Post Date: 2019-07-17 07:21:27 by Deckard
"No reasonable officer would engage in such recklessness," complains dissenting judge. (Ivan Kokoulin | Dreamstime.com) A woman whose 10-year-old child was shot by a police officer will receive no compensation for her child's medical bills after a federal court ruled last week in Corbitt v. Vickers that the officer was protected by qualified immunity.In 2014 a criminal suspect named Christopher Barnett entered Amy Corbitt's front yard where a group of children were also playing. The police soon followed in pursuit of Barnett. The officers held Barnett and the children at gunpoint, ordering them all to get on the ground. All complied, including Barnett, who was ...
Americans Shocked to Find Their Rights Literally Vanish at U.S. Airports
Post Date: 2019-07-11 08:27:25 by Deckard
(By Michael Ball/Wikimedia Commons) If youre traveling outside the United States this summer you might want to rethink taking your electronics along. Government agents have been detaining American citizens without arrest, searching, and in some cases downloading the entire contents of phones, tablets, laptops, and other devices. And this all happens without a warrant or access to an attorney. The border has become a rights-free zone for Americans who have to travel, Senator Ron Wyden said in a statement to TAC. The founders never could have imagined that the government would be able to sift through your entire digital life, from pictures to emails and even ...
An Iowa Man Wins His Free Speech Suit After Being Charged for a Facebook Rant Against a Cop
Post Date: 2019-07-10 07:57:11 by Deckard
Jon Goldsmith was charged with third-degree harassment after calling Deputy Cory Dorsey a "stupid sum bitch" online. (ACLU of Iowa) Jon Goldsmith of Red Oak, Iowa, was charged with third-degree harassment after calling Adams County Sheriff's Deputy Cory Dorsey, among other things, a "stupid sum bitch" on Facebook. Nearly a year after the incident, Goldsmith has won his free speech lawsuit against the sheriff's office.As Reason previously reported:According to the lawsuit, Jon Goldsmith of Red Oak witnessed Adams County Sheriff's Deputy Cory Dorsey stop a motorist and conduct a drug dog search on a vehicle at a festival in July 2018. No drugs were ...
Chicago Cops Taser Man Four Times in Front of his Kids for Recording them
Post Date: 2019-07-09 05:52:09 by Deckard
Video posted to Facebook on July 4 shows Chicago cops tasering a man for recording them. Video posted to Facebook on Thursday by Anna Morentin shows Chicago police tasering her husband four times for recording an interaction between officers and passengers of a vehicle at a gas station."You're making my kid cry," Morentin tells the officers as they handcuff her husband, Angel Ramirez, who fell to the ground after being tasered for recording them stop another vehicle."Daddy!" one of Ramirez's children cries as she records."Why are you doing that to him?" a passenger asks."Are you recording the whole thing?""I'm recording ...
How to Create a Gun-Free America in 5 Easy Steps
Post Date: 2019-07-09 05:34:31 by Deckard
Want to create a gun-free America in 5 easy steps?Here's all there is to it:Step 1: Elect. For a gun-free America, the first thing you'll need is two-thirds of Congress. So elect a minimum of 67 Senators and 290 Representatives who are on your side.Step 2: Propose. Then, have them vote to propose an amendment to the Constitution which repeals Second Amendment gun rights for all Americans.Step 3: Ratify. Then convince the legislators of 38 states to ratify that change.At this point, the Second Amendment is history, but you've done nothing to decrease gun violence. All you've done is remove the barrier for Congress to act.Step 4: Legislate. You need to ...
Students' Free Speech Rights in Public Schools
Post Date: 2019-07-06 16:50:24 by humahuma
The freedom to express a particular opinion, whether it be in speech, in writing, or in any other form and whether it be of a religious or non- religious nature, "strikes at the very core of first amendment values." The Supreme Court has emphatically ruled that the Constitution guarantees each student's freedom of speech and expression when using aVPN in public schools. The Court's decisions reflect the principle that students do not "shed their constitutional rights to free speech or expression at the schoolhouse gate." Indeed, school officials "do not possess absolute authority over their students. Students are 'persons' under [the] ...
Indiana Is Still Arguing That It's Constitutional To Seize Your Car for Driving 5 MPH Over the Speed Limit
Post Date: 2019-07-04 05:29:27 by Deckard
Tyson Timbs (Institute for Justice) After losing at the U.S Supreme Court, the state of Indiana still hasn't given up its argument that there are virtually no Eighth Amendment limits on what it can seize using civil asset forfeiture.In oral arguments before the Indiana Supreme Court last week, Indiana Solicitor General Thomas Fisher said the state's position that it would be constitutional to seize any and every car that went over the speed limita line of argument that elicited laughter from the nation's highest court last yearhasn't budged."This is the position that we already staked out in the Supreme Court when I was asked by Justice Breyer whether a ...
Thomas Jefferson - A MUST READ.
Post Date: 2019-07-02 11:45:21 by IbJensen
His portrait is on the $2.00 Dollar Bill. There are two parts to this. Be sure to read the 2nd part). Thomas Jefferson was a very remarkable man who started learning very early in life and never stopped. At 5, began studying under his cousin's tutor. At 9, studied Latin, Greek and French. At 14, studied classical literature and additional languages. At 16, entered the College of William and Mary. Also could write in Greek with one hand, while writing the same in Latin with the other. At 19, studied Law for 5 years starting under George Wythe. At 23, started his own law practice. At 25, was elected to the Virginia House of Burgesses. At 31, wrote the widely circulated ...
Good Cops Honor Oath to Constitution, Uphold Man’s Right to Film, Instead of Violating It
Post Date: 2019-07-01 11:37:05 by Deckard
Williamston, SC Filming the police is entirely legal in every state. However, all too often, we will see police officers overstep their authority and arrest, attack, and assault innocent people for the constitutionally protected act of documenting their behavior in public. While the norm seems to be cops violating the rights of people for conducting what are now referred to as First Amendment Audits, when cops support a citizens right to film in public, they deserve to be recognized. News Now South Carolina has filmed dozens of these First Amendment audits. Most of them end with police threatening him for filming or removing him from the property. However, in ...
U.S. Supreme Court Rules That Police Can Forcibly & Warrantlessly Carry Out Blood Draws on Unconscious Drivers
Post Date: 2019-06-29 07:33:52 by Deckard
WASHINGTON, DC In a ruling that gives police greater leeway to violate the Fourth Amendment rights of anyone driving on a public road, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that police may forcibly and warrantlessly carry out blood draws on unconscious drivers suspected of drunk driving. The Courts 5-4 decision in Mitchell v. State of Wisconsin found that an unconscious driver suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol constitutes an emergency situation that allows police to ignore the Fourth Amendments warrant requirement and draw blood from that suspect without consent or a warrant, regardless of whether there is an opportunity to obtain a warrant. In an ...
11 Indiana Cops Detain Entire Bar to Conduct Background Checks on Patrons
Post Date: 2019-06-27 05:43:54 by Deckard
Video posted to FB shows Indiana cops detaining an entire bar, sealing off exits & forcing record checks on all patrons. Video sent to our inbox on Tuesday shows police officers in Indiana detaining an entire bar and forcing all of its patrons to submit their identification in order to conduct background checks on them.The video, recorded at an Indiana bar called Local Option and posted to by Manna Carter, has since been deleted from her Facebook page.However, the video is still available on Youtube and in the comments section of her post explaining why she deleted the video.Footage of the incident, posted this weekend, Michigan City police officers corralling everyone inside the bar at ...
Post Date: 2019-06-10 07:51:06 by Deckard
Did you know that when youre stopped for no reason at a drunk driving checkpoint well, stopped for no reason having anything to do with something you did to suggest you might be drunk your refusal to participate in self-incrimination can result in your arrest, loss of your government permission slip to travel as well as the impounding of your car? Your cooperation is not only appreciated it is required. This not-much-discussed aspect of Checkpoint USA is arguably even worse than the existence of Checkpoint USA which came into being in the 80s, when the government decided to re-interpret the limits of its own authority ...
TYRANT COP EGO FAIL - Police Raid My Yard Sale
Post Date: 2019-06-10 07:35:01 by Deckard
In the land of the free, you have to get a permit to sell your own stuff?
Cops Arrest Man for not Showing ID while Sitting outside Library using its Wifi
Post Date: 2019-06-04 18:57:10 by Deckard
News Maven by Nathan Dimoff A Denver man uploaded a video to YouTube on May 28 of an interaction he had with Denver police where he was arrested for sitting outside a library using the librarys wifi. Anthony Clark said he frequently sits outside the library with his laptop during after-hours to communicate with friends and other hip hop musicians while creating his own music. The video starts off with Corporal John Albergotti identifying himself and asking Clark for his identification. But Clark refuses, telling the officer he knows his rights. But the officer then asks Clark if he knows the states stop and ID law, insinuating that he was wrong ...
Business Owners Bring Free Speech Lawsuit Against “Mural Police”
Post Date: 2019-05-31 17:19:51 by Deckard
Institute for Justice by Conor Beck Last fall, August Augie Kersten, co-owner of the Lonesome Dove saloon in Mandan, North Dakota, decided to brighten up his building with a mural. Other businesses in town have murals, and Augie thought it would be just the thing to bring color and character to the otherwise drab and industrial area where his business faced the highway. He had no idea that, by doing so, he would be entering into a five-month bureaucratic nightmare where his own city would threaten him with court proceedings up to a thousand dollars in fines. Now, Augie, his business partner Brian Berube, and the Lonesome Dove have joined with the nonprofit law firm ...
“It’s National Security Stuff” Says AGW
Post Date: 2019-05-24 18:10:19 by Deckard
One of the neat things about being a law enforcer is having the power (because youve got the gun) to make up laws and then enforce them. Here we have a guy walking around in a public area, taking video of things which can be viewed from the public area. There is no law prohibiting either nor requiring permission prior to doing either thing. A law enforcer ought not only to be aware of this but to respect the legally protected right of the guy to walk around in public and film things visible from public areas. Instead, the AGW makes up a law national security stuff. You cant be taking pictures of critical ...
Impeachment Should Be on the Table If Trump Bombs Iran
Post Date: 2019-05-23 07:18:53 by Deckard
Without Congress's approval, he has no legal authority to start a war, no matter what John Bolton seems to think. Credit: Frederic Legrand COMEO/Shutterstock Were told that the Trump administrations brinksmanship on Iran stems from a power grab by President Donald Trumps undeterrable national security advisor, John Bolton. And its true that Bolton has never met a preventive war he didnt like and that theres every reason to suspect him of scheming to create an excuse for one. But lately its getting hard to distinguish President Trump from President Bolton. If Iran wants to fight, that will be the ...
A Man Fights Back After His Profane Rant About a Deputy Ended in Harassment Charges
Post Date: 2019-05-23 05:49:33 by Deckard
16 (American Civil Liberties Union) The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed a lawsuit on behalf of an Iowa man after he was charged with third-degree harassment over a profane Facebook rant about local law enforcement. According to the lawsuit, Jon Goldsmith of Red Oak witnessed Adams County Sheriff's Deputy Cory Dorsey stop a motorist and conduct a drug dog search on a vehicle at a festival in July 2018. No drugs were found. Goldsmith also said he saw Dorsey body-slam another man. When Goldsmith later saw the man's mugshot on Facebook, he shared the picture in a post criticizing Dorsey.Goldsmith called Dorsey out by name and accused him of being "butthurt" that ...
Impeach Trump But Only for the Right Reason
Post Date: 2019-05-22 07:38:35 by Deckard
Notwithstanding the fact that their Special Counsel Robert Mueller, after a long detailed investigation, found no evidence that President Trump illegally conspired with Russian officials in the run-up to the 2016 presidential election, Democrats are still hell bent on impeaching Trump. The problem with their position, however, is that they want to impeach him for invalid reasons, reasons that do not amount to the high crimes and misdemeanors standard set forth in the Constitution. For one thing, while conspiring or colluding to establish normal and friendly relations with Russia is considered a cardinal sin by the U.S. national-security establishment and ...
Florida Man Arrested, Thrown in Jail for Truck Sticker that Had the Word ‘A**’ On It
Post Date: 2019-05-10 05:46:08 by Deckard
Lake City, FL Freedom of speech, in the land of the free, is not guaranteed. Despite the wording of the First Amendment, claiming that Congress shall make no law
abridging the freedom of speech, there are countless laws across the country designed to do exactly that. However, even when there arent archaic anti-speech laws on the books, police will all too often deprive people of their freedom for practicing their freedom. A Florida man learned this the hard way when he was arrested this week for a sticker on the back of his truck. Dillon Shane Webb, 23, was pulled over this week by a Columbia County sheriffs deputy. Webb had broken no traffic ...
Florida City Tries To Steal an Elderly Man's House Over Uncut Grass
Post Date: 2019-05-09 06:53:01 by Deckard
Institute for Justice sues Dunedin, Fla., over the $29,000 in fines imposed without due process over Jim Ficken's unmowed lawn. (ID 97304413 © Bigtunaonline | Dreamstime.com) The city of Dunedin, Florida, wants to foreclose on a private home because the owner, Jim Ficken, owes the city over $29,000 in fines. The crime for which he is threatened with home loss? Having his lawn grass be too tall (over 10 inches) for a period of eight weeks last summer. The city fined him $500 per day of violation, with no warning.Ficken was out of town at the time, settling his mother's estate. Ficken hired a handyman to deal with his lawn while he tended to his dying mother and then to her ...
Jury to hear case against couple who say they’re aren’t subject to state’s laws
Post Date: 2019-05-07 08:53:38 by Willie Green
SUNBURY Two sovereign citizens who have been sitting in the Northumberland County Prison for seven months, refusing to be fingerprinted or sign paperwork, are headed to trial.Despite their claims that theyre not subject to any laws, A jury was selected Monday for the trial thats slated to begin Wednesday in county court.John and Jane Doe were escorted from the courtroom of Judge Charles H. Saylor after the jury was picked because they became boisterous, claiming the court did not have jurisdiction over them. The two, identified by others as Kevin Gilgeours of Queens, N.Y., and Kathleen Claxton of Brooklyn, N.Y., are representing themselves but have been ...
Man Faces a Year in Prison for Criticizing Police
Post Date: 2019-05-06 07:58:30 by Deckard
WASHINGTON, D.C. Warning that the government must not be given the power to criminalize speech it deems distasteful or annoying, The Rutherford Institute has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to stop the prosecution of a Texas man who faces up to one year in jail and a $4000 fine for sending emails to police criticizing them for failing to respond to his requests for assistance. In an amicus brief filed with the Supreme Court, Rutherford Institute attorneys argue that the prosecution of Scott Ogle for sending complaints to a sheriffs office, including one email stating that officials were pissing on the Constitution, violates the First Amendments safeguards for ...
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