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Category Archive for 'Blind Justice'

This would seem reasonable, until you read about the many people in the military who have lost their careers and pensions for putting their genitalia in the vicinity of genitalia of someone other than their lawfully wedded spouses. And if I’m not mistaken, Patreus was one of the self-righteous assholes who insisted it happen: CHARLOTTE, […]

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This is the rich guy who was playing deputy and killed a man with his gun instead of using a Taser: This is what white privilege looks like. Charged with manslaughter in the shooting death of Eric Harris, millionaire Deputy Bob Bateswas just given permission to travel out of the country on vacation to the […]

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I don’t trust cops, and I don’t trust our criminal “justice” system: The Justice Department and FBI have formally acknowledged that nearly every examiner in an elite FBI forensic unit gave flawed testimony in almost all trials in which they offered evidence against criminal defendants over more than a two-decade period before 2000. Of 28 […]

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I don’t even know what to say. No wonder the rich keep getting richer: Minutes after a court sentenced Adel Edwards to pay a $500 fine for burning leaves in his yard without a permit, the private probation company tasked with supervising his monthly payments told him he actually owed more than $1,000 and demanded […]

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The Drug Policy Alliance is filing an amicus brief, petitioning the Louisiana Supreme Court to stop this madness. [The are] urging the Louisiana Supreme Court to review the egregious prison sentence of Bernard Noble, a 48-year old man who was sentenced to 13.3 years of hard labor in prison without the opportunity for parole for […]

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Let’s hope it stays this way: The U.S. Supreme Court turned away an appeal by North Carolina, declining for now to approve Republican-backed voting restrictions that may shape the 2016 election. North Carolina asked the nation’s highest court to uphold provisions that eliminate same-day voter registration and out-of-precinct voting. The Supreme Court previously let those […]

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I honestly think this is why so many prosecutors drink heavily. After all, it goes against human nature to frame innocent people: On Dec. 5, 1984, a black man from Louisiana named Glenn Ford was convicted of murder by an all-white jury in the shooting death of a jeweler, and sentenced to death. About a […]

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What a guy: A federal judge says he will not consider calling off an upcoming criminal contempt hearing against Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his top deputies for failure to comply with court orders unless a settlement is reached and he’s confident Arpaio will pay money out of his own pocket. “Let me make […]

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Towns will do anything to harass homeless people now. This is one of the more egregious examples I’ve seen, taking place in Portland, Oregon: This past July, a homeless Portland woman was charged with third-degree theft when she plugged her cellphone charger into an outlet on a sidewalk planter box in Old Town. Cases in […]

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But this is absolutely the reason why I won’t ever vote for prosecutors in any primary. They do horrible, horrible things. And Kamala Harris, the state attorney general who signed off on a fake confession, is now running for the California Senate seat! Bookmark It

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