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Good news for death-row Canadian Ronald Smith: judge rejects execution drug

CALGARY – A U.S. judge has rejected a request from the state of Montana to change one of the drugs used to execute prisoners on death row. 467 more words


Are both sides to blame in Arizona State professor's arrest?

An Arizona State University professor arrested in May for aggravated assault against a police officer, among other charges, believes she was wrongfully arrested and treated with excessive force by the arresting officer. 80 more words



Horrible practice in New York City.

“The New York City stop-and-question-and-frisk program is a practice of the NYC Police Department by which police officers stop and question tens of thousands of pedestrians annually and frisk them for weapons and other contraband.” 387 more words

The Foundation Behind The “I Love Boobies!” Bracelets Launch Non Toxic Campus Club In Schools

The Keep A Breast Foundation (KAB) is taking over schools in an effort to educate young fans about breast cancer prevention. In case you weren’t aware, KAB’s highly successful “I love boobies!” bracelets was recently the subject of a Federal Court case ruling in favor of students rights to wear the bracelets in school.  514 more words


Big Brother Is Watching. . . Again. . .Still

Not to mention, the police agencies who have no damn business following our every move. It’s pretty much nobodys business where I, you or anybody goes. 602 more words


Connecticut Man Sues In Traffic Ticket Obscenity Case

LIBERTY, N.Y. (AP) _ A 22-year-old Connecticut man arrested for writing obscenities and “Tyranny” on his speeding ticket payment claims in a federal lawsuit that his free speech rights were violated. 107 more words


ACLU Asks Spy Court to Release Secret Opinions on Patriot Act Surveillance Powers

Motion Filed Cites Public’s First Amendment Right to Know the Law, Need for Public Debate

June 10, 2013  ACLU.org

CONTACT: 212-549-2666, media@aclu.org… 471 more words

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