The scandals keep piling up for one of the largest law enforcement agencies in the US. Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca had to admit that his department gave preferential treatment when hiring dozens deputies. Some of the deputies had troubling criminal histories. Then there are the 18 deputies facing federal charges for abuse in the jail system. RT’s Ramon Galindo explains the litany of problems LA County’s top cop is facing.
Sheriff Killed For 2nd Amendment Support? Has ‘War’ Been Declared On Law-Abiding Sheriffs & Politicians In America?
Thursday, April 4, 2013 18:43
Was Mingo County, West Virginia Sheriff Eugene Crum assassinated because of his support of the 2nd Amendment and the US Constitution? It sure seems to me like an AWFUL LOT of 2nd Amendment supporters have been ‘whacked’ lately. What are they doing, getting CIA patsy’sto knock-off law abiding 2nd Amendment supporters one by one? We KNOW FOR A FACTthat the CIA has had the ‘technology’ to program MKUltra assassins since AT LEAST 1954; don’t believe it? Check out the document below! Something is TERRIBLY WRONG in Barack Obama’s America! How long will America continue to allow these assassinations and the gutting of our Constitution to go on? Please pray for the family of Eugene Crum. . . . Read complete Report
I stopped taking The New Yorker seriously many years ago. Even before I crossed the political Rubicon, I started finding its articles, especially Toobin’s legal analyses, silly. Nevertheless, there was one article that stuck in my mind. Unfortunately, I only remember the overarching principles in the article, rather than the salient facts that would allow me to locate it again.
The story began by telling how elderly Finnish twin brothers were killed within an hour of each other, with each having been struck down by a car while riding a bicycle. The whole thing sounded highly suspicious, until one started looking at further details: the men always rode bicycles, they were riding during a busy time on a road shared with heavy traffic, and there was a snowstorm taking place, severely affecting visibility. Rather than it being the unlikely case of twins dying in the same way at the same time, it became the likely case of bicyclists being hit by cars while biking on a main road during a white-out. . . Read Complete Report
President Obama visited Denver on April 3, 2013 to push his excessive gun legislation. Not one sheriff in the state of Colorado was included in the event. The sheriffs of Colorado representing 62 counties were kept out of the event because their legislative needs were not useful to the president. Obama’s purposeful shunning of the state sheriffs could not silence them. Listen as Sheriff Shayne Heap from Elbert County Colorado responds to the president’s comments.
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If you haven’t heard by now, my husband Sheriff Joe Arpaio had a little accident last week. He fell and broke his arm. The poor guy is in a lot of pain, but he hasn’t stopped doing his job for a minute.
This accident came at the worst possible time. As you may know, there is a RECALL effort against him to remove him from office even though he was just sworn in to a sixth term. It never ceases to amaze me the lengths that his political opponents will go to in order to get him out of office!
On top of fighting a costly recall battle, my Joe is also fighting the Department of Justice, their lawsuits and all their political shenanigans. And, the Department of Homeland Security released thousands of illegal immigrants and is planning on releasing thousands more this month alone! . . . Read Complete Letter
Pinal County Arizona Sheriff Paul Babeu has penned and sent a letter to President Obama that outlines the fact that Babeu plans to refuse any and all unconstitutional executive orders that limit or ban the 2nd Amendment rights of Americans in his county.
Babeu claims that any such law would actually be unlawful and that him and his deputies plan to ignore it. . . . Read Complete Report
he campaign to legalize recreational marijuana has received two new boosts: another $1 million in donations, and a vote of approval from King County Sheriff Steve Strachan.
The biggest donation to Initiative 502 came from Progressive Insurance founder and marijuana-legalization advocate Peter Lewis. His $670,000 donation last week brings his total contribution to $1.55 million, more than a third of I-502′s total contribution of nearly $4 million.
Those contributions allowed I-502 to buy about $700,000 in TV airtime the last week before the election, said campaign manager Alison Holcomb. Those ads will differ from I-502′s first round of TV ads, which featured a middle-aged woman who declared she “didn’t really like” marijuana, but that it was time for “a conversation” about legalizing it.
Strachan, who is running for election, said Monday he would vote for I-502, which would “bring clarity” to the conflicting state and federal laws regarding marijuana. “I think the current situation is bad for the rule of law, bad for the criminal justice system and and it sends a bad message to our kids.” . . . Read Complete Report