Dear faux conservatives, please stop falsely claiming “Snowden aided Al Qaeda!”
Jun26

Dear faux conservatives, please stop falsely claiming “Snowden aided Al Qaeda!”

DALLAS, June 26th, 2013 – When Edward Snowden leaked internal documents proving the existence of a dragnet domestic spying program, most Americans were angry. Most, regardless of their political leanings, are wary of secret courts rubber-stamping orders without much oversight. Most are disturbed that the PRISM program collects and stores an unfathomable amount of sensitive information, which can be retroactively reviewed. But...

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Goodbye 5th Amendment? Supremes rule silence can be used in court…sometimes
Jun20

Goodbye 5th Amendment? Supremes rule silence can be used in court…sometimes

DALLAS, June 17, 2013 – In a 5-4 decision regarding Salinas v. Texas, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a potential defendant’s silence can be used against them during police interviews prior to arrest and reading of Miranda rights. In 1992, Genovevo Salinas voluntarily entered a Houston police station to discuss the murder of two brothers, Juan and Hector Garza. He complied with officer’s questions, but when asked whether shotgun...

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Chris Dorner: Did police set fire with intent to kill?
Feb13

Chris Dorner: Did police set fire with intent to kill?

DALLAS, February 13th, 2013 – The manhunt for ex-LAPD officer Christopher Dorner ended yesterday when fire consumed his final hideout. The military-trained suspect had allegedly sought refuge in the harsh elements of Big Bear, California’s near snow-covered ski areas. Dorner was accused of targeting law enforcement and their families in a revenge-inspired killing spree. According to police, gunfire exchanges occurred after...

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Chris Dorner: Two African-American LAPD officers appeal for surrender
Feb12

Chris Dorner: Two African-American LAPD officers appeal for surrender

DALLAS, February 12th, 2013 – Christopher Dorner, the former police officer turned alleged murderer of three has shifted the nation’s attention to the historically corrupt Los Angeles Police Department. In his publicly released manifesto, he claims the LAPD destroyed his life, ruined his relationships and military career by siding with a white officer he reported for excessive force. An internal affairs investigation concluded the...

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The case of Brandon Raub: Can the government detain you over Facebook posts?
Aug23

The case of Brandon Raub: Can the government detain you over Facebook posts?

The case of Brandon Raub: Can the government detain you over Facebook posts?, Citizen Warrior by Tiffany Madison for Communities @WashingtonTimes.com DALLAS, August 22, 2012 — Brandon J. Raub, a 26-year-old pro-liberty activist, former U.S. Marine, and Virginia resident, was arrested after authorities deemed his Facebook posts threatening. Citing an obscure statute allowing the involuntary detainment of a citizen for psychiatric...

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