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The Ruling on Julian Assange Sheds Light on the Limitations of UN Human-Rights Powers

The Ruling on Julian Assange Sheds Light on the Limitations of UN Human-Rights Powers | Xpose Corrupt Courts | Scoop.it
The Working Group on Arbitrary Detentions decided that Assange has been deprived of his rights under international humanitarian law. But Britain and Sweden rejected the decision and will ignore it.
 By Barbara Crossette

 

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The case of Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder who has been living in the Ecuadoran embassy in London for more than three years to avoid extradition to Sweden to face a sexual-assault investigation, should reopen debate on the often ineffectual human-rights machinery of the United Nations, which allows governments to ignore or defy nonbinding and unenforceable decisions.

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Northampton county court admisson.

No judges or anyone legally trained. Shocking. What happened to a fair trial ?
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The Court staff arw supposed to give you guidance.

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Thanks be to God for this post. I am in a different country " USA State of North Carolina " but the same run around just mine is labeled NC Public Schools and their LawFirm attorneys and their good old boy connections in the NC courts and Department of Social Services Child Protective Services. Rachel B. Hitch how can you sanction a Prose Rep your opposing party during an NC OAH Special Education Contested Court Case 13-EDC-07545? Who is responsible for the 2-18-13 dated letter sent by you and received by Prose Rep Parent Dorothy Cook during NC OAH SEC 13-EDC-07545? Do you Rachel Hitch an attorney have the authority to impose sanctions upon your opposing court case Prose Rep? Wilson County Schools attorney Rachel B. Hitch i , Dorothy Cook ask you for full disclosure of any and all evidence that per the content of your 2-18-13 dated letter inpart allegation that i harassed Wilson County Schools employees by the nature of my communication" please be detailed. Also please provide any claim made by any and all Wilson County Schools employees that i Dorothy Cook harassed him or her by the nature of my communications. Please be detailed with names,notes, any and all findings and or results of such as well as who were participants and when where how and by whom i Dorothy Cook was given notice of such and my participation as i have not been informed, of need to appear in court or any other legal format  nor criminally charged for and or per the allegations you, Rachel B. Hitch.allege in your 2-18-13 dated letter? Is your admitted prohibition of Dorothy Cook communications being to only you and no other WCS employees? Do you Rachel Hitch have the legal authority to sanction your own clients WCS employees by prohibiting their Constitutional Right of Freedom of Speech to communicate with Dorothy Cook upon their free will to do so? Rachel B. Hitch please respond. Requesting again enrollment and attendance instructions per your 2-18-13 dated letter for NC Public School elementary school  age child with Special Needs, Megan Cook Dead children dont need an education stip killing my family by NO Education at all and all that has and is continiing to be done so even now.

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Supreme Court Sacks PDP's Stella Oduah & Andy Uba : Tari Taribo's Blog |

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Police turn to lie detector test for interviewees

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Read the latest Anglia stories, Police turn to lie detector test for interviewees on ITV News, videos, stories and all the latest Anglia news
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Family lawyers face new curbs on court bundles

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President of the Family Division says new limits needed as lawyers ignore pleas for restraint on the length of court bundles.
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The president has proposed introducing mandatory restrictions on the number of pages in court documents for family cases, alleging that lawyers have ignored previous calls for restraint. 
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Court System Finally Exposed! Amazing Courtroom Audio! (SHARE!!!!!!!!)

JUDGE ASKED FOR ID! THIS AMAZING AUDIO RESTORES CONFIDENCE THAT THE AWARENESS OF THE MATTER IS MAKING ITSELF VERY WELL KNOWN TO THE PUBLIC!! ----------------...
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Legal Definition Of Murder: An Overview Homicide The Legal Process 'Act of God'

At common law, an overwhelming event caused exclusively by natural forces whose effects could not possibly be prevented (e.g., flood, earthquake, tornado).  In modern jurisdictions, "act of God" is often broadened by statute to include all natural phenomena whose effects could not be prevented by the exercise of reasonable care and foresight.
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FBI Probes Clinton On Corruption

Hillary pooh-poohed her latest "smoking gun" email proving her malfeasance, so will the FBI's Clinton probe into public corruption rattle the potential presi...

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Public Law Children Act Adoption Cases

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Public law Children Act Proceedings,, Parents Rights Blog .. http://towardchange.wordpress.com/
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Word Of The Year: Unscrupulous

Word Of The Year: Unscrupulous | Xpose Corrupt Courts | Scoop.it
Definition of unscrupulous in the Legal Dictionary - by Free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. What is unscrupulous? Meaning of unscrupulous as a legal term. What does unscrupulous mean in law?
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Operation Seabrook - Medomsley Detention Centre

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Operation Seabrook’ is the criminal investigation into allegations of sexual and physical abuse perpetrated by staff against detainees at Medomsley Detention Centre near Consett, County Durham.

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It was launched in August 2013 and is investigating incidents which happened over many years, principally the 1970's and 1980's.  

The three main aims of the investigation are to ensure support is provided for victims so they are in a better place after contacting the Seabrook team; to gain the fullest understanding of how Medomsley operated during those years and to secure evidence so that any potential offenders are brought to justice.

 

The 'Seabrook' team has now heard from more than 1,250 former inmates at Medomsley who have reported they were abused while detained at the centre.

 

All of the surviving main suspects have been identified, interviewed and prosecution files submitted to the CPS for advice.  This advice will then identify those individuals who are likely to be charged and also which victims are likely to give evidence. 

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Due Process and the Logic of the Law: A Response to Hadley Arkes

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To properly understand due process, we must grasp the key distinctions between law and decrees and between law and morality. If judges are authoritative arbiters of the “logic of morals,” we have subjected ourselves to an unelected, life-tenured legal elite whose reach exceeds our grasp.
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One of the most contested questions in contemporary constitutional law is the status of the doctrine known as “substantive due process.” This reading of the due process clauses of the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments converts them from saying that a person’s life, liberty, or property may be taken, so long as he or she is provided with due process of law, to saying that such deprivations may not occur at all, if judges hold that a law is “arbitrary,” unreasonable, or unjust.

 

The “substantive” reading of due process has given us quite a few extremely controversial Supreme Court rulings:Dred Scott v. Sandford (1857), telling Congress it may not prohibit slavery in federal territories; Lochner v. New York(1905), holding that the state may not limit the hours worked in commercial bakeries; Roe v. Wade (1973), inventing a right to abortion on demand; Lawrencev. Texas (2003), striking down a state’s power to prohibit sodomy; and most recently Obergefell v. Hodges (2015), “discovering” that the states must grant marriage licenses to same-sex couples.

 

Some people applaud one or more of these rulings as “substantively” just, while condemning others. I can think of no one who applauds them all. But I condemn them all, without even considering the substantive case for the justice or injustice of any of the policies invalidated. And I do so for one simple reason: they are all grounded on an erroneous reading of the due process clauses, which has no support in the plain meaning of the Constitution’s text or in the centuries-long tradition and development of due process jurisprudence prior to Dred Scott.


Laws, Decrees, and Dred Scott

 

Supporters of various “libertarian” readings of the Constitution have attempted to supply what the plain text of the due process clauses will not. They have searched the history of American jurisprudence prior to Dred Scott in a quest for more respectable precedents in which the language of “due process of law” (or a similar “law of the land” clause that appeared in many state constitutions) was employed by judges to strike down legislative policies. Some libertarian revisionists claim to have found quite a few of them from the revolutionary period through the mid-nineteenth century.

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Prosecutors | Search Results | Parents Rights Blog

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Adoption, Family, Family Law News, Family Court System, Law, Social Services, United Kingdom, United States of America, Parental Rights.
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The Guardian defends continued persecution of Julian Assange by UK and Sweden - World Socialist Web Site

The Guardian defends continued persecution of Julian Assange by UK and Sweden - World Socialist Web Site | Xpose Corrupt Courts | Scoop.it
In seeking to undermine the UN’s opinion, the Guardian simply parrots the line of the British and Swedish governments.
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The Guardian has played a critical role as a propaganda outlet for the British government in its attempts to silence WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

 

On the evening of February 4, the Guardian published an editorial online, “Julian Assange: no victim of arbitrary detention”, reproduced in the following day’s print edition. The Guardian was intent on opposing the final opinion of the United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention (UNWGAD) regarding the detention of Assange, even before its findings had been made publicly available.

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A Woman Who Once Reported A Police Officer For Assault Has Died In Custody

A Woman Who Once Reported A Police Officer For Assault Has Died In Custody | Xpose Corrupt Courts | Scoop.it
Sarah Reed, 32, was found unresponsive in her cell on 11 January, the Ministry Of Justice confirmed to BuzzFeed News...
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Zionism

Zionism

ˈzʌɪənɪz(ə)m/
noun
 
a movement for (originally) the re-establishment and (now) the development and protection of a Jewish nation in what is now Israel. It was established as a political organization in 1897 under Theodor Herzl, and was later led by Chaim Weizmann.
 
(in southern Africa) a religious movement represented by a group of independent Churches which practise a form of Christianity incorporating elements of traditional African beliefs.
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Concerns raised over child protection work by Dyfed-Powys Police

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Concerns raised over child protection work by Dyfed-Powys Police on ITV News, videos, stories and all the latest Wales news

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A number of improvements have been made were since the initial inspection by Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary in 2014.

 

But the independent body noted a lack of progress in other areas which were recorded in its latest report.

 

Including forensic examinations in child sexual abuse cases, recording practices in custody and how online grooming cases are dealt.

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Losing a star: Disgraced Gen. Petraeus facing retroactive demotion for leaking state secrets

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US Secretary of Defense Ash Carter is reportedly mulling personally demoting retired four-star general David Petraeus for disclosing classified data. The former US commander in Iraq and CIA Director would then be liable to return hundreds of thousands of dollars of his pension.

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Disappearance of Genette Tate

Disappearance of Genette Tate

Genette Louise Tate (5 May 1965 - disappeared 19 August 1978) is an English girl whose disappearance became a missing person case when she went missing at age 13 while delivering newspapers in Aylesbeare, Devon, England. Tate's disappearance occurred within sight of her home village shortly after 15:30 ( BST) on Saturday 19 August 1978.

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Tate's disappearance occurred within sight of her home village shortly after 15:30 (BST) on Saturday 19 August 1978. Her bicycle and scattered newspapers were found lying in the middle of a quiet country lane a few minutes after she had been speaking to two friends.  Eyewitnesses reported seeing a maroon coloured car in the lane at around the time of the disappearance, and police issued a photofit picture of a man that they wanted to question, describing him as "between eighteen and twenty-five with thick blackish eyebrows and a pale complexion.
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Delhi government plans a TV channel for Vidhan Sabha proceedings

Delhi Vidhan Sabha plans own television channel to broadcast proceedings live. For More information on this news visit: http://www.newsx.com/ Connect with us...

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Dorothy Retha Cook's curator insight, January 16, 8:27 AM

Yes Public ACCESS all Government Leadership trials should be that way no room for the He say she but all will know first hand what's said directly.  

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Did My Family Law Attorney Charge Too Much?

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Learn how much your family law attorney is reasonably worth. Courts do not condone unreasonable attorney fees.
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In California all fees over $1,000 are required to be based upon a written understanding. Also, all attorney fee disputes are subject to resolution  – a requirement that the attorney first offer to resolve the dispute in binding arbitration before a state or local bar association. The determination on arbitration is binding on the attorney, but not the client. Under no circumstances will the courts condone unreasonable attorney fees.

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Cleared of child abuse,man sues county & state

Cleared of child abuse,man sues county & state | Xpose Corrupt Courts | Scoop.it
A man acquitted 5 years ago of shaking his young daughter is in federal court seeking damages of more than $75,000 from authorites.
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Jamel Billups and Jacqueline Rosario, formerly of Chambersburg and now of Poughkeepsie, N.Y., are trying to clear their names. They want reports of suspected child abuse removed from Pennsylvania’s child abuse registry ChildLine. They also seek a jury trial and punitive damages for compensatory damages from the loss of employment opportunities and emotional distress due to the continued reporting. An “indicated” or “founded” report on ChildLine impairs the right to employment for the person accused of child abuse, according to their court documents.

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History of trial by jury in England - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

History of trial by jury in England

The history of trial by jury in England is influential because many English and later British colonies, including the Thirteen Colonies which became the United States, adopted the English common law system in which trial by jury plays an important part. Many traditions, such as the number of members being twelve, originated in England.

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Anglo-Saxon England

According to George Macaulay Trevelyan in A Shortened History of England (1959), during the Viking occupation: “The Scandinavians, when not on the Viking warpath, were a litigious people and loved to get together in the 'thing' to hear legal argument. They had no professional lawyers, but many of their farmer-warriors, like Njal, the truth-teller, were learned in folk custom and in its intricate judicial procedure. A Danish town in England often had, as its principal officers, twelve hereditary ‘law men’. The Danes introduced the habit of making committees among the free men in court, which perhaps made England favorable ground for the future growth of the jury system out of a Frankish custom later introduced by the Normans.”

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Uncovering Judicial Corruption In Los Angeles County - Richard Fine

Richard Fine is a former US Attornet with the Department of Justice from southern California. He successfully uncovered judicial corruption in Los Angeles co...
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