Law Enforcement

This film will provide more information about what happened during shooting of citizen Keith Scott.

One citizen is on life support and numerous police officers were injured.

The additional information from the footage may not be a conclusive silver bullet to what happened, but it may take us one step closer to the actual events.


I Side With is a Q&A site that asks you several questions about the political issues of the day and how important they are to you. The quiz took me a few minutes for me to answer, then the system takes a minute to analyze your responses. It then displays all the candidates you are closest to (who you side with!) from several parties, where you stand on the issues, your ideology, the larger groupings or themes of the issues, and where other voters in the country think like you. Very interesting.

It show your relation to all the candidates and on what issues.

Take it!

Nauseating story, pictures, video, audio here.

In this case, the break-in did not lead to any shooting, but as the 68-year old suspect was lying on the ground, complying with all the police commands, he was accidently shot and killed.

Here. Jeez. The victim was laying on the ground. Maybe pro-life conservatives will take notice of the number of lives taken by the police instead of blindly supporting the police.

The FBI raided a Texas business and seized a computer server that investigators suspect was used to launch a cyber attack on PayPal after it froze WikiLeaks’ account, according to documents posted by The Smoking Gun on Wednesday.

Here. This seems like a legitimate function of government, though I cannot vouch for the tactics used to conduct the seizure.

On Thursday, investigators for the U.S. Commerce Department’s Office of Inspector General released the latest in a series of reports finding fisheries lawyers and enforcement officers abused their power in prosecuting fishermen and dealers like Kremin, who lives in Rockland County. Among the most recent charges were cases of excessive fines and prosecutions that all but mandated costly settlements.

Reg req.

LAS VEGAS – Smoke wafting from a Cadillac Escalade on the Las Vegas Strip ignited Paris Hilton’s latest legal troubles late Friday, when a motorcycle officer who suspected the smell was marijuana stopped the vehicle and police say a bag of cocaine fell out of the 29-year-old socialite’s purse.
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This time, the hotel heiress was with her boyfriend, Las Vegas nightclub mogul Cy Waits, who manages a club inside the Wynn Las Vegas and was driving the black SUV that the officer stopped nearby at 11:22 p.m. Friday.
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Waits, 34, was arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Misdemeanors are punishable by up to a year in county jail.

The last paragraph shows law enforcement did its job: arrest the driver for being under the influence. That is the danger to the rest of us.  Everything else is a waste of tax dollars and people.


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