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Why Are the Americans Asleep to the Surveillance of the Internet?

   As usual, the Americans are just not thinking it through. Everyone welcomes this “internet of things,” assuming it is unopposable or something. We just had an election turned by foreign manipulation of the internet, and fascism has been rising in America, while we all just go on about our business. 290 more words

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William Barnhouse just became 350th DNA exoneree in U.S

Indiana Man Exonerated After Serving More Than 25 Years for a Rape DNA Testing Proves He Didn’t Commit

William Barnhouse on the day he was released, March 8, 2017, with his attorney Seema Saifee… 954 more words

Exclusionary Rule and Deportation Hearings

When a person is arrested and charged with a criminal offense, evidence collected against the person cannot be used in a trial against him or her if the police got the evidence in violation of the person’s Fourth Amendment rights. 485 more words

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He Chose Wisely: Trump Picks Joan Larsen As Nominee To The 6th Circuit Court Of Appeals

As I remarked last May when then-candidate Trump first released it, nothing will make you feel quite so slackerish as learning that one of your classmates is on the short list of potential Supreme Court nominees.  668 more words

Obama Team Distributed Thousands of NSA Data Reports Showing Names of U.S. Residents in 2016

 May 4, 2017 by  Warren Mass

A news release posted by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) on May 2 linked to the ODNI’s annual “Statistical Transparency Report regarding the use of national security authorities for calendar year 2016.” The Circa News organization (owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group) analyzed the data in the report and two days after it was released broke the story that the Obama administration distributed thousands of intelligence reports with the unredacted names of U.S. 749 more words

US Supreme Court to Tackle Police Shootings

In one of the more controversial cases of the term, the U.S. Supreme Court heard an oral argument last month in a police shooting case that will decide when victims may recover civil damages through excessive-use-of-force claims. 668 more words

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