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BRIAN PEAD in Inner London Crown Court: exceptional & extreme bullying & harassment, amounting to torture

You can’t make it up, but Norwich Police can: they come to your home to arrest you, telling you that you didn’t tell them your whereabouts! 438 more words


Movie review: The Conspirator

Mary Surratt was the first woman executed in the US, on the grounds that she was involved in the conspiracy to assassinate President Lincoln. Whether guilty or innocent, the movie portrays her military trial as unconstitutional. 328 more words


ஹேபியஸ் கார்பஸ்

வயதுவந்த பெண்ணை பெற்றோர் அடைத்துவைத்தல் குற்றமா?

வயதுவந்த மகளை, அவள் விருப்பப்பட்ட இளைஞனுடன் சேர்ந்து இருக்க விடாமல், அவளின் தகப்பன், அவளை தன்வீட்டை விட்டு வெளியே செல்லவிடாமல் தடுத்து வைப்பது ‘சட்டத்துக்கு புறம்பான காவலா’ என்ற கேள்விக்கு சமீபத்தில் கேரளா ஐகோர்ட் வழங்கிய தீர்ப்பின் சாரங்கள்: 151 more words

1864 July 16: Martial Law Proclaimed in Kentucky

The following proclamation by President Abraham Lincoln appeared in the July 16, 1864, issue of The Prescott Journal.  Proclamation 113, which declared martial law and a further suspension of the writ of… 924 more words

Prescott Journal

July 14, 2014 4th Circuit published opinions

Quitanilla v Holder

Quitanilla’s petition for cancellation of removal was denied based on the persecutors bar. The panel affirmed. It held the immigration judge had substantial evidence, including government reports and Quitanilla’s testimony that he arrested people during El Salvador’s civil war and turned them over to units known to torture people to conclude the bar applied. 309 more words

A Few Suggestions for the United States on Her Birthday

It’s Independence Day here in the United States—a good time to celebrate the marvels that this country represents, in particular, rule of law, and a meaningful constitution that generally protects the liberties of its individual citizens.  446 more words

Renewables - Politics

July 2, 2014 4th Circuit published opinion

Hurst v Joyner

Hurst challenged his death sentence in state and federal post conviction proceedings arguing that a juror’s conversations with her father and his giving her Bible verses about “eye for an eye” tainted his sentence. 91 more words