"Holly Austin Smith was abducted when she was 14 years old, raped, and then forced to prostitute herself. Her pimp, when brought to trial, was only made to serve a year in prison."
"The primary argument in the motion to withdraw the guilty plea was that the Justice Department (DOJ) had breached and broken the plea bargain agreement it made with Flynn. The motion also mentioned issues of prosecutorial vindictiveness and a violation of constitutional due process through an unconstitutional motive on the part of the DOJ prosecutors."
How ironic that these woke university types, who routinely denounce organisations like churches for attempting to handle sexual abuse complaints internally rather than reporting them to the proper authorities, put John through the university’s kangaroo court process.
"Reflecting on the scale of police evidence collection, and the manner in which a warrant was obtained and phones were searched, Mok is in no doubt that it amounted to a ‘fishing’ operation, and that failure of legal protection in this instance may well point to broader abuse of existing legal protections."
"The reforms, touted by Democrat Governor Andrew Cuomo, are meant to mimic those passed recently in New Jersey. They fail, however, to note the fact that New Jersey’s bail reform maintained a key element: the discretion of the judge to consider public safety in determining whether or not an alleged perpetrator can be released without bail."
"Already, the FAA has contacted test sites, drone companies and companies that have received authorization to operate drones in the affected areas. But the agency has not been able to determine who is flying the aircraft, spokesman Ian Gregor said in a statement Monday."
Police often use Lexis Nexis's facial recognition or Amazon's Rekogntion to get around privacy laws to identify a suspect, their friends and family members. Police facial recognition is a lot worse that what you have been told: at least half of all Americans are in a police facial recognition database.
In its decision for the case Oregon v. Arreola-Botello, the Oregon Supreme Court placed restraints on cops taking such actions during traffic stops, stating that “an officer is limited to investigatory inquiries that are reasonably related to the purpose of the traffic stop or that have an independent constitutional justification."