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Regent Law Professor James Duane”Don’t talk to the police” — Deborah Lee Jarrett

via Regent Law Professor James Duane”Don’t talk to the police” — Deborah Lee Jarrett

Heroes in blue: Compilation of cops arrested 9/22/2017

San Francisco Police Officer Arrested On Misdemeanor Charges CBS San Francisco Bay Area–10 hours ago SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A San Francisco police officer was arrested Thursday and charged with using false vehicle registration stickers … SFPD Officer arrested, charged with filing false police report Mission Local–9 hours ago View all Lawyer: Utah […]

via Heroes in blue: Compilation of cops arrested 9/22/2017 — Deborah Lee Jarrett

Weekly standard: Fake Law- How Trump-hatred warps the judiciary.

“Something ugly is happening to the First Amendment. It is being contorted to enable judges to protest Donald Trump’s presidency. The perennial impulse of judges to manipulate the law to achieve morally and politically desirable ends has only been exacerbated by the felt necessity to “resist” Trump. The result: Legal tests concerning the freedoms of speech and religion that in some cases were already highly dubious are being further deformed and twisted.

Welcome to the rise of fake law. Just as fake news spreads ideologically motivated misinformation with a newsy veneer, fake law brings us judicial posturing, virtue signaling, and opinionating masquerading as jurisprudence. And just as fake news augurs the end of authoritative reporting, fake law portends the diminution of law’s legitimacy and the warping of judges’ self-understanding of their constitutional role”

http://www.weeklystandard.com/fake-law/article/2007934

What’s this?

It  seems that the mainstream of America is finally getting it

They given up their worship of all things law and order no matter how totalitarian

They seem to have lost the idea that “You must follow the law”

Maybe they have thought about some of the precepts of ruling now that it has turned on them

“Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just Powers from the Consent of the Governed.”

There it is plain and simple

If we don’t agree to your laws, they don’t work

Period

You can’t arrest us all, jail us all, penalize us all

In the end we far outnumber those “Lawmakers” who rule our daily lives, telling us what we can eat, what type of light bulb we can burn, how much water we can flush and how our children are to be raised

When it comes to the point that tyranny outweighs the security that comes with it, the consent of the governed is withdrawn

When our consent is withdrawn all the petty laws that are passed become meaningless

When meaningless laws are used to penalize people who refuse to consent then real trouble is set to start

Fear is not a good motivator in compliance with the law

It is about respect for that law and the fact that we as a people participate in it

“I know, I was doing 60 in a 30” is a good example

Take away the aspect of participation in the public good and that law becomes nothing more than a penalty that is imposed for being caught

Laws don’t stop robbers, thieves and murderers

Fear doesn’t stop them from committing crime

Nothing does

So, let’s see what happens when you de-legitimize the law for the mainstream of America

Let’s see what happens when all of the law abiding citizens of what is called “The silent majority” become disenfranchised from the law

It will not be pretty

 

 

 

 

Welcome to freedom: Arizona bill would make riding in a car without ID a crime

“A bill making its way through the Arizona Legislature could make it a misdemeanor to hop in a car, as a passenger, without proper identification.

Deputy Pima County Attorney Kathleen Mayer argued that requiring all passengers carry proper identification could help officers when they suspect a passenger is acting illegally.

House Bill 2305 prompted plenty of questions from members on the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Wednesday.

Democrat Representative Jesus Rubalcava pointed out how easily the law could be abused.

“I have a problem with the severity of criminalizing individuals based on not being able to show an ID, simply just by being in the passenger seat of a car without a seat belt,” Rubalcava said.

“There has to be a reasonable suspicion to stop you. And the law already requires you, as the driver, to have a driver’s license,” said Mayer. “If everyone is buckled in when an officer pulls a vehicle over, and they’re not doing anything wrong, they cannot be compelled to provide identification.”

The committee voted to pass the passenger ID bill, but warned it may not have the same members’ support if nothing is changed to protect passengers’ civil rights before it goes to the House floor for a full vote.

As it’s currently written, passengers found without an ID could face up to four months in jail and a $750 fine.”

http://kjzz.org/content/430014/arizona-bill-could-make-it-misdemeanor-ride-without-id

Don’t worry about federal tyranny

It’s here on the state level

This is the worst possible case of the police state

Fight it now or fight it later

It’s coming at you one way or another

 

About as low as it gets… Perve cop busted for bestiality

“A Harris County sheriff’s deputy is out of a job after a shocking allegation and an obscenity charge, authorities said on Monday. “The allegation involves production of obscene material that includes sexual contact with a dog,” said Dane Schiller, a spokesman for the Harris County District Attorney’s Office. Andrew Sustaita Jr., a six-year veteran […]

via To perve :Cop busted for producing obscene material with dog — Deborah Lee Jarrett

Judge Reinhold arrested after TSA freak out

“Reinhold was arrested Thursday afternoon at Dallas Love Field for disorderly conduct.

Dallas police say they were called to the airport at 1:15 p.m. after Reinhold refused to submit to a screening.

According to a source at Dallas Love Field, Reinhold became belligerent when chosen for a second TSA screening. The source said he took his shirt off and used explicit language

Reinhold was charged with disorderly conduct and booked into the Lew Sterrett Justice Center.

As he was escorted by police into the jail, he talked to media.

“Thanks for the exposure guys,” he said. “Glad you’re here.”

http://www.wfaa.com/news/crime/actor-judge-reinhold-released-from-jail-after-love-field-arrest/366476199

Good for you Judge

Every bit counts

By any means

Probably

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“INDIANAPOLIS — Multiple shots were fired at the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department’s Northwest District Headquarters late Tuesday night.

An officer called in a report of shots fired around 11 p.m. Upon further investigation, about 15 bullet holes were found on the outside of the building in the 3800 block of Industrial Boulevard.

Police say the shots appear to have come from a high-powered assault-style rifle.

There were shell casings all over the road on the ground along the street. A vehicle was also struck.”

http://www.theindychannel.com/news/shots-fired-into-impd-northwest-district-headquarters

I’m sure it wasn’t the Amish this time