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A Classic -- "The Becky Klemt Letter."

The Becky Klemt Letter, published in Law And Disorder, Legal Assistants Division State Bar of Texas ©1999

http://www.txpd.org/TPJ/18/law_disorder.htm

If you have been around long enough, my bet is that you will recognize this right away. 175 more words

Wall Street Journal

online security is not a crime

On Tuesday December 16th, a large police operation took place in the Spanish State. Fourteen houses and social centers were raided in Barcelona, Sabadell, Manresa, and Madrid. 398 more words

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turkish activists remember fallen comrades

along with continued resistance to new turkish laws outlawing many forms of protest, dissent, and journalism, activists in turkey remembered fallen comrades, even as two policemen were given light sentences for beating a peaceful protester to death. 536 more words

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more riots against the narcostate in guerrero, mexico - another example of the US drug wars

Protesters and riot police clashed in Chilpancingo, Guerrero, in another protest over 43 missing normalistas in Ayotzinapa.

Families of missing students, along with Masters of the State Coordinator of Education Workers of Guerrero (CETEG), and their normalista studenst torched a police patrol vehicle outside the state and federal courts Seventh First Judiciary of Chilpancingo. 773 more words

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europe's latest failed state, ukraine; sexpots, jihadis, warlords, and nazis!

There were times in Ukraine’s recent history when even the country’s military brass were kneeling before the U.S. Literally. In June 2013, then-U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine John Tefft received the saber of the Ukrainian Cossack in the city of Kherson from a kneeling Ukrainian high-rank military official. 1,383 more words

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The message remains the same, as it has been throughout history: "Obey or suffer."

Individual disobedience or even mere failure to “produce” in spite of the individual’s best efforts will result in stigmatization, marginalization, a degrading dependency on the state and, as state support for the economically disengaged is cut back and removed, starvation, homelessness and imprisonment; even the fact of homelessness is defined as a criminal offense by more local jurisdictions with each passing year. 677 more words

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