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JAILED THE DRIVER WHO KILLED A COP

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A lorry driver who killed a “one in a billion” police officer when his truck strayed on to the hard shoulder of a motorway has been jailed for two years and nine months. Andrew Aberneth...
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Journalists and Anti-Vax Campaigners Could Be Considered Terrorists Under UK Law

Journalists and Anti-Vax Campaigners Could Be Considered Terrorists Under UK Law | Xpose Corrupt Courts | Scoop.it
The counter-terrorism watchdog says the UK's definition of terrorism is too broad.

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More Than 1,000 New York City Residents Claim to be Victims of Banned NYPD Chokeholds

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Numbers reveal the NYPD's use of chokeholds that killed Eric Garner is increasing ... and they think tasers may be the answer.

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Misconduct in Public Office

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Misconduct in public office is an offence at common law triable only on indictment. It carries a maximum sentence of life imprisonment. It is an offence confined to those who are public office hold...
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More tasers for cops: coroner on police shooting death of mentally-ill homeless man

More tasers for cops: coroner on police shooting death of mentally-ill homeless man | Xpose Corrupt Courts | Scoop.it
A Quebec coroner is recommending more Montreal police carry tasers to help deal with homeless people who could have mental health issues.

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Glyn Maddocks

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The world of the solicitor spearheading a new charity committed to helping victims of miscarriages of justice.

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interpreter's curator insight, July 18, 8:41 AM

Not all Maddocks’ cases end in triumph. He acted for a Turkish refugee arrested for murder. His family deserted him, believing – because of their faith in the British CJS – that he must be guilty. Left isolated, with no interpreter, he fell apart and was admitted to Broadmoor. ‘I met him three weeks before he committed suicide’, says Maddocks.

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Federal Judge Blasts ATF For Luring Man With No Criminal Record Into Trafficking Cocaine

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An undercover agent with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) infiltrated Jeremy Halgat's life for three years before he pulled him into drug crimes "designed and engineered by the government."

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Swedish court upholds detention order on Assange

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STOCKHOLM (AP) — A Swedish court on Wednesday upheld its detention order on Julian Assange, reaffirming the legal basis for an international warrant for the WikiLeaks founder which has kept him hiding in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London for two years.

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Cop Who Planned to Kidnap, Rape & Eat Women, Walks Free After Judge Overturns Conviction

Cop Who Planned to Kidnap, Rape & Eat Women, Walks Free After Judge Overturns Conviction | Xpose Corrupt Courts | Scoop.it
NYPD 'cannibal cop' to walk free after judge overturns conviction   RT.comJuly 1, 2014 A former New York Police Department officer convicted of planning to kidnap and rape women before killing and eating them is set to go free after a federal judge overturned his conviction. According to Reuters, the so-called “Cannibal Cop” Gilberto Valle…

 

In his opinion, Judge Gardephe stated that the evidence used to originally convict Valle did not sufficiently prove that the former officer acted on what his attorneys said were sexual, cannibalistic fantasies involving women he never met, as well as his wife.

 

“The evidentiary record is such that it is more likely than not the case that all of Valle’s Internet communications about kidnapping are fantasy role-play,” the judge wrote.

 

Gardephe did uphold Valle’s conviction on a less serious charge, which alleged that he used the NYPD’s federal database to collect information on various women he intended to target. That conviction carried a sentence of up to one year in prison, but since Valle has been in jail since 2012, he can be set free as early as Tuesday.

 

Although prosecutors originally argued that Valle’s access of the NYPD database signaled that the former officer was taking steps to carry out his lurid plan – they also claimed he had searched the internet in order to learn about using chloroform to knock someone unconscious – defense attorneys said his involvement with a dark fetish website was simply fantasy. When Valle appealed his conviction, his lawyers claimed the jury could not differentiate between the details of his fantasy and real steps toward making it a reality.

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Another lie, is this, we are all created equal! 

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Ngozi Odochi (Godwell) Nwokocha's comment, July 12, 9:31 AM
“The judge’s well-reasoned decision validates what we have said since the beginning: There was no crime,” she said. “Gil Valle is innocent of any conspiracy. Gil is guilty of nothing more than having unconventional thoughts.”
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Pins about Legal resources hand-picked by Pinner Alecia Andrews-Crain | See more about the police, man up and police officer.
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The NSA's secret court

FISA is the NSA's secret arena that gives the U.S. permission to do some of its most controversial work. More from CNN at http://www.cnn.com/
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Examining The System | Search Results | Parents Rights Blog

Examining The System | Search Results | Parents Rights Blog | Xpose Corrupt Courts | Scoop.it
Family Law News, Family Court System, Social Services, United Kingdom, United States of America, Parental Rights.
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The system has been systematically covering up sex-abuse for many decades. 
The Truth.
This is how the system is run - deeply corrupt.

~ Zen Zen

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No immunity for prosecutor accused of misconduct - ABA Journal

No immunity for prosecutor accused of misconduct - ABA Journal | Xpose Corrupt Courts | Scoop.it
Hollywood couldn’t come up with a better script than this. A gang member was convicted in 1986 of double murder by two prosecutors who are now accused of coercing witnesses into giving false testimony against him; and he was sentenced to death by a judge who had taken a bribe. One of those two prosecutors will have to answer for his alleged actions after the Chicago-based 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled last week that he did not have immunity. According to a Monday article at Courthouse News, a divided three-judge panel ruled that former Illinois assistant state attorney Lawrence Wharrie could be sued civilly by Nathson Fields, the man who was convicted in 1986 for the murders. Prosecutors generally have absolute immunity from civil suits for their actions during the course of a criminal prosecution, and the panel held that Wharrie’s co-counsel, former assistant state attorney David…

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‘Anonymous’ hackers jailed over attacks on PayPal in defense of WikiLeaks

‘Anonymous’ hackers jailed over attacks on PayPal in defense of WikiLeaks | Xpose Corrupt Courts | Scoop.it
Two British hackers affiliated with the group Anonymous, have been given prison terms for cyber-attacks, which reportedly cost PayPal $5.6 million. The sites were targeted in December 2010, after PayPal banned payments to WikiLeaks.
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Christopher Weatherhead, who operated under the alias Nerdo, was given an 18-month sentence by Southwark Crown Court in London, after being found guilty of conspiring to impair the operation of computers between August 1, 2010, and January 22, 2011.

 

Weatherhead, who was described as the leader of the group, was convicted last month according to the 1977 UK Criminal Law Act.

 

He admitted participating in a “distribution denial of service” known as a DDoS on the financial services website. DDoS attacks cripple websites by flooding them with information until they crash.

 

Co-defendant Ashley Roads was jailed for seven months, while Peter Gibson, who was deemed to have played a smaller role, was given a six-month suspended sentence. Both admitted to the charges against them.

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West Bank Gaza protests turn deadly

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At least two Palestinians have been killed in the West Bank during protests against Israel's military campaign in Gaza, officials say.


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Divorce Lawyer And Family Law Attorney Misconduct And Ethics In California

Divorce Lawyer And Family Law Attorney Misconduct And Ethics In California | Xpose Corrupt Courts | Scoop.it
Divorce Lawyer And Family Law Attorney Misconduct And Ethics In California "Attorneys frequently select out-of-context material in order to enhance their positions in courts of law." "[The attorney...
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Ngozi Odochi (Godwell) Nwokocha's comment, July 23, 4:50 PM
Ex Parte Communication

Cannon 3 of the Code of Judicial Conduct entitled Performing the Duties of Judicial Office Impartially and Diligently states that a judge shall accord to every person who has a legal interest in a proceeding, or the person’s lawyer, the right to be heard according to law and that a judge shall not initiate, permit, or consider ex parte communications made to the judge outside the presence of the parties between the judge and a party, an attorney, a guardian or attorney ad litem, an alternate dispute resolution neutral, or any other court appointee concerning the merits of a pending or impending judicial proceeding.
Dorothy Retha Cook's curator insight, July 25, 4:35 AM

Nothing needed to be said, their own actions speaks for themselves! Now I can't wait to see how it really turns out. OK

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Power of attorney: how flawed system cost one family £30,000 - Telegraph

Power of attorney: how flawed system cost one family £30,000 - Telegraph | Xpose Corrupt Courts | Scoop.it
Rules granting other people control over your money when you are elderly or infirm are open to abuse. We highlight one sobering case
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With Britain’s population ageing fast and greater numbers of people unable to control their finances unassisted, a record 250,000 powers of attorney are being registered each year. The attorney system enables family members and others to take legitimate control of someone else’s affairs.

 

The relevant government authority – the Office of the Public Guardian – is struggling to keep pace, and registrations of new attorneys currently take more than three months to process. A spokesman told the Telegraph's Your Money it was “recruiting additional staff” and the processing period would “shortly” be reduced to eight weeks.

 

The increase in numbers of attorneys is resulting in more disputes among families. The will, trust and estate division of national law firm Irwin Mitchell, for instance, has experienced a 75pc increase in attorney-related disputes in 12 months. And at the Financial Ombudsman Service, which arbitrates disputes between individuals and finance firms, new complaints concerning powers of attorney are up by 40pc since the beginning of 2013 and running at 35 a month.

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Judge's modest proposal: Bring back the firing squad

Judge's modest proposal: Bring back the firing squad | Xpose Corrupt Courts | Scoop.it
"Firing squads can be messy, but if we are willing to carry out executions, we should not shield ourselves from the reality that we are shedding human blood."

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Robert M. Purcell's comment, July 23, 1:07 PM
This article honestly made a lot of sense to me. Federal Judge Alex Kozinski may seem a bit wild and on the fringe to a lot of people, but like the article says, he’s also willing to say what’s on his mind, and that seems to be the same as what other people are thinking. I can honestly agree that there is no ‘humane’ method of execution and that by using drugs meant for the easing of pain for hospital patients in overdoses designed to kill a person, we really are avoiding the reality. When we execute someone, it is a brutal thing, no matter how nicely we try to do it. The taking of a human life is not humane. It’s an execution, which means we are ending the life of a human being for whatever their crimes might have been. Though I have my own reasons for arguing against the death penalty, I find that I agree with Judge Kozinski’s thoughts. If we are going to execute someone, what is the point in using a method that can and has failed? I think he’s right, and the guillotine is a bit inappropriate for our day and age, but a firing squad is still a realistic and sure method. Yes, there is trauma involved in firing squads for the people squeezing the trigger. Killing a person is a traumatic experience. Oh, unless you decide to drug them to death instead. Which might or might not work of course. It’s no more or less brutal if you have them lined up by a squad than if you inject them. Though I don’t think the death penalty is the best solution, if we are going to execute people, let’s not pretend we’re just putting them to sleep. If people want to make the choice to kill a human being for their crimes, let them face that execution with the reality that it is.
Dorothy Retha Cook's comment, July 23, 4:57 PM
I do thank ypu for your opinion. but as this is a new age even per you the thing is there is more than one way to kill as there are people that are innocent of crimes but have been found to be guilty by the court system only to find out 20 years lather in their serving time and others are dead that they didn't commit the crime at all but what then we cant go and exume the bodies say we are sorry for the horrible mistake and breathe life back into their dead bodies. then we have those that have been killed but are yet alive the court nd all the other systems of government has been used against them and their families to the point they just cant take it any more so yes their bodies are alive but the abuse of authority has been so severe that they are scared to fight or even say they have been done or is being done wrong. a firing squad is used in more than just one way in this age of technology firing guns is not even considered because those that do the shooting will be forever remembered by themselves an others as murderers themselves and that person's blood will be required upon their hand before God and I as just doing my job is not going to work for him. Then who be we if one day we find ourselves standing in as a firing squad participant and you find out the person we have to shoot to death is one of your own loved ones would you be able to pull the trigger and then find out your love one was innocent all the time but it was your hand with the help of other firing arm participants that killed your innocent relative.
Robert M. Purcell's comment, July 27, 12:58 PM
See and that is just the point. Why hasn't the US done away with the death penalty?
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Gruesome Video of Police Killing a Man for Breaking Up a Fight

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July 18, 2014 New York City police officers killed a man Thursday after he broke up a fight between two other men. The cops placed him in a chokehold and slammed his head to the pavement, piling on top of him as he gasped for air. The continuous pleas for help are hard to listen…

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Journalists will face jail over spy leaks under new security laws

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George Brandis's new spying laws will include measure to criminalise media reporting of Snowden-style leaks
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Australian journalists could face prosecution and jail for reporting Snowden-style revelations about certain spy operations, in an “outrageous” expansion of the government’s national security powers, leading criminal lawyers have warned.

 

A bill presented to parliament on Wednesday by the attorney general, George Brandis, would expand the powers of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (Asio), including creation of a new offence punishable by five years in jail for “any person” who disclosed information relating to “special intelligence operations”.

 

The person would be liable for a 10-year term if the disclosure would “endanger the health or safety of any person or prejudice the effective conduct of a special intelligence operation”.

 

Special intelligence operations are a new type of operation in which intelligence officers receive immunity from liability or prosecution where they may need to engage in conduct that would be otherwise unlawful.

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Two Former Utah Attorneys General Arrested For Corruption

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FSALT LAKE CITY, July 15 (Reuters) - FBI agents arrested two former Utah attorneys general at their homes on Tuesday and charged them pair with felonies stemming from a two-year investigation into claims of bribery and corruption, prosecutors said.

 

Republicans John Swallow and Mark Shurtleff are accused of establishing a pay-to-play culture in office, and of taking bribes to look the other way or offer protection when donors to their political campaigns ran into legal trouble.

 

"This has been a complex, nuanced, large investigation and there are multiple players in it," Salt Lake District Attorney Sim Gill said at a news conference. "We have filed what we think are appropriate charges. We could have filed more."

 

Both men deny any wrongdoing. They were booked into Salt Lake County jail and released by midday.

Swallow told reporters outside he would clear his name.

 

"I absolutely maintain my innocence. I look forward to being able to confront my accusers and to have my day in court," he said.

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United Kingdom - WikiLeaks

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Ice T on Channel 4 News (Full interview) - YouTube

Rapper Ice T speaks to Krishnan Guru-Murthy about his new documentary 'Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap', and explains why he decided to make the film. .
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Family of teen beaten in Israel pleads for safe return

Friends and family of 15-year-old Palestinian-American Tariq Abu Khdeir are calling for his safe return and for his abusers to be brought to justice.
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Prosecutor who sent innocent man to death row to face ethics hearing before ... - Chron.com

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Dorothy Retha Cook's curator insight, July 10, 1:13 AM

there is accountability some where but lets get the results first!!!

Dorothy Retha Cook's curator insight, July 18, 4:16 AM

The innocent man was sentenced to death row for a crime he didn't commit now I ask how much time Is the prosecutor who sent the innocent man to death row going to get?!!! probably nothing but word of reprimand " don't get caught doing that no more" case dismissed!!

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Met 'deleted discrimination record'

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The Met Police told staff to delete records on sex and race discrimination against one of its employees, an employment tribunal has found.


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