Monthly Archives: July 2012

Chemical linked to synthetic pot, $3 million in cash found at local warehouse

 This is so sad that in a county that has 250,000 residents where the economic engines are medicine, education and government and there are some 80,000 college and University students that represent the best and brightest of the state that … Continue reading

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Lies, lies and more lies

 Anyone that has been to prison knows that the police lie. This is a part of the stock and trade and it has been approved by the courts of the nation. When I was growing up there were giants in … Continue reading

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Another chapter in the militarization of the police

 This may sound a little melodramatic but you give the police enough toys and they are going to have to use them if for no other reason than to justify having them. This is what happened in a small Massachusetts … Continue reading

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Beyond the Blink

The below quote should be enought to get you to read the article and then hopefully the book that will expand on the subject of reacting vs responding. For those that have taken my classes in prison it will only … Continue reading

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“I’m Not A Size Zero. Can I Practice Yoga?”: Anna Guest-Jelley Says “Yes!”

Most women coming out of prison are in the worst physical shape of their lives. For women, there is precious little incentive to work out/exercise in any way shape or form and there are a ton of obsticles. A friend of … Continue reading

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US drops biggest-ever human trafficking case amid evidence doubts

 You would think the Department of Justice would not undertake such a case unless they had a case. However, it is not their money and they are awash in money after record breaking civil forfeitures. After reading the article it … Continue reading

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Marine Corps creates law enforcement battalions

 On the surface this sounds like a good idea because of the justification of the US being involved in so many peace keeping operations. However, the truth is that when you develop a resource there is the tendency to over … Continue reading

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