Some interesting and important comments follow from Dr. Mark Bowman of Methodist University in Fayetteville, NC. regarding my post, “Who Serves Whom?” His remarks are pertinent in light… 32 more words
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There are, supposedly, many legal protections to guard a citizen’s interaction with law-enforcement agencies and their officers: you may not be detained without cause (‘Am I under arrest?’ ‘Am I?’ ‘If I’m not, may I go?’); you and your personal spaces and possessions may not be searched without cause (‘Do you have a warrant?’); you may not be coerced into making confessions or incriminatory statements (‘I’m not talking.’); you have the right to an attorney (‘I want to see a lawyer’); heck, you even have the right not to be assaulted or shot dead during the course of an interaction with a police officer. 411 more words
The Jerusalem Post
A terrorist stabbed three people in south Tel Aviv on Thursday, killing two people and wounding another.
Police said that the terrorist attempted to flee the scene, but was apprehended by civilians who subdued him until police forces arrived on the scene. 441 more words