Category Archives: Vigilante Justice

Harsh Sentences Are Killing the Jury Trial

My question to any one out there is: Have you ever seen a politician go to jail for a mandatory drug sentence. To the best of my memory, they plead a ‘oh so sorry and its off to rehab. ‘…This … Continue reading

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Indicted Couple Want Assets Freed to Pay Lawyers

I will wager that every police force in the country will be filing friends of the court briefs as to why this should not civil forfeitures should be allowed without a hearing. Can you just imagine how many restitution’s would … Continue reading

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While helping disabled boy, he’s ‘tackled’ in sex sting; now he sues

Getting arrested in this country is only part of the problem. Guilty or innocent it is a branding for life. As you read through, the charges were dropped but the arrest remained a part of his record and it was … Continue reading

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Pam Bondi raised nearly $140K on day of postponed execution

Attorney General Pam Bondi recorded $139,076 in contributions at her Tampa campaign kickoff Sept. 10, the event that prompted her to ask Gov. Rick Scott for a delay in the Death Row execution of Marshall Lee Gore. On Sept. 11, the day after … Continue reading

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Happ executed using new drug

This is an innovative step for the state and it is too bad they could not take like steps with education and etc. ‘…William Frederick Happ, who raped and murdered 21-year-old Angela Crowley in May 1986, was executed Tuesday using … Continue reading

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Cleveland police suspend 63 officers over deadly chase

In a sense this type of incident is coming up on the national radar more and more and is not unlike what happen with the lady who in a psychotic break tried to get into the White House and ended … Continue reading

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NYC inmate almost as costly as Ivy League tuition

The opening sentence says it all. ”  New York is indeed an expensive place, but experts say that alone doesn’t explain a recent report that found the city’s annual cost per inmate was $167,731 last year — nearly as much … Continue reading

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