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Three Life Sentences for Witnessing a Drug Deal

Written by Gary North on June 14, 2012

Back in 1993, a 23-year-old man witnessed a drug deal. The participants of the deal pled guilty. They are out of jail. He refused to plead guilty for having witnessed the deal. He is still in prison. He will probably never get out, unless he gets pardoned. The cost to the taxpayers is around $29,000 […]

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Traffic Cops Shake Down Motorists for Cash

Written by Gary North on June 14, 2012

The state of Utah has decided that it is time to end the practice of shaking down drivers for cash. It’s a sad day for the police. The money was perfect for tax-free living. Auditors only recently discovered that police in a small town outside Zion National Park were taking money from foreign tourists for […]

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Indiana Citizens May Now Shoot Public Servants

Written by Gary North on June 12, 2012

Indiana is the firtst state that officially legalizes citizens to shoot any public servant who is unlawfully intruding into the citizen’s space. Cops are outraged. The National Rifle Association was behind this law, which grew out of a state supreme court ruling that citizens have no right to defend themselves. Presumably, the state supreme court […]

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Criminal Spitballing Threatens Public Education

Written by Gary North on June 7, 2012

Our tax-funded schools are at the forefront of ferreting out crime. They may not teach students very well. Test scores may be falling, as they have since 1963. But one thing is sure: the schools are alert to major infractions. Spitballs are one. In earlier days, little boys made them out of paper and spit. […]

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Civil Forfeiture Video: A Huge Money Tree for Cops

Written by Gary North on May 22, 2012

This video explains it. Your property (unlike you) is guilty until proven innocent — at your expense. Cops love this. Lawyers love this. It’s spreading. Cars are confiscated and sold. Currency is confiscated and kept. It’s all legal. And it’s spreading. Then there is the DEA: “. . . in all states, police agencies can […]

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