"At least seven Minneapolis police officers have resigned from the department since widespread unrest began over the death of George Floyd last month, and more than half a dozen are in the process of leaving, according to department officials."
"Given the opportunity, there are a lot of people that will burn, loot, riot and harm others..."
"The Minneapolis police officers accused of murdering George Floyd are being railroaded and are likely to be exonerated once the full evidence is presented."
"Many of you would think it could never happen here, but it was reported that some were bussed in from Spokane or even from Soros-funded arrivals in Boise–most or all from out of state. A connection at the Police Department confirmed this as did a contact one of us has in, let’s just say an alphabet soup agency."
"Fireworks were exploding on officers. We had officers that had gas poured on them."
"We will not be setting up a Police State. PERIOD."
"They’re just doing it."
"Now that we are exiting the EU, the time has surely come when we should reform the terms of the EAW, or any extradition warrant, so that the receiving British court may examine the evidence already gathered against the suspect, assess it, and if it thinks it is manifestly insufficient, refuse the extradition request. "
"The story of Zainab Ansari is a heart-wrenching one. On 4 January 2018, on her way to Quran study, Zainab was abducted by a man who officials identified as Imran Ali. Her uncle, with whom she was staying with at the time, filed a report with the police with little to no avail. He was met with very little help and urgency."
"Before Jim Comey signed off on the first FISA application to spy on U.S. citizen Carter Page, he was fully informed that the major source for the justification to spy was being provided by Christopher Steele, a retired British intelligence officer who was hired and paid by the Clinton campaign..."
"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."