This week a disciplinary panel in Missouri recommended St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner be found guilty of egregious misconduct in her prosecution of republican Governor Eric Greitens. The panel concluded that Gardner and an FBI agent both lied about evidence in a criminal case they pursued against Greitens. The FBI agent, William Don … Continue reading Lying Prosecutors and the Charade of Disciplinary Actions
Mike Perdue of Michigan, died using his body to cushion and shield his 11 year old daughter Lanley during a plane crash. The hero dad grabbed and held her body tight in a bear hug to protect her during impact. The young girl was the sole survivor of the plane crash that left 4 others … Continue reading Mike Perdue, Hero Dad
It is hard to disagree with Feminism’s demand for men to treat women with absolute equality. That should mean, to expect women to pull their own weight and face the same consequences for their actions (as men). According to Feminism, the kind and selfless actions by the men in the video below constituted ‘misogyny’, which … Continue reading “I Was Disrespected Today”
Houston, We Have A Problem In June 2018, a crew of six was on board the International Space Station (ISS) for a 7 month mission. Like all space missions, it was a culmination of years of preparations, tests, simulations, and investment of hundreds of billions of dollars and dedication of thousands of people. Less than … Continue reading A Space Odyssey: A scorned lover, a diaper, and a drill
A Maine prosecutor, sheriff’s deputies, police officer and town selectman were among a dozen individuals charged in federal court on Wednesday in connection with a $13 million dollar illegal drug operation. According to federal charges, Franklin county prosecutor Kayla Alves tipped off the police officers involved in the conspiracy about the surveillance and the federal … Continue reading Maine prosecutor, police, and town official charged in $13 million federal drug case
Last week New York City Council voted to end police officers’ qualified immunity from lawsuits. Last year Colorado and Connecticut passed laws ending police immunity, and states of New Mexico, Florida, and Maine are currently considering similar legislation. These efforts need to be expanded to all states and broadened to eliminate qualified immunity of police … Continue reading Police and Prosecutorial Immunity: A Relic of the Feudal Class System
Having seen many cases of women getting a pass for violent crimes against men, the details of a recent plea deal given to a female killer in Ellsworth, Maine dispels all illusions about equality and justice. The case involved a woman named Savanah Lynn Smith who was charged with murdering her boyfriend’s 2 year old … Continue reading Maine’s Two Systems of Justice
My name is Vladek Filler. In 2007 I was falsely accused by my then wife when I sought to end our marriage and gain custody of our children. What followed were coached allegations, trumped up charges, prosecutions, false convictions, false imprisonment, appeals, my complete vindication, and a first of its kind Bar complaint and civil … Continue reading Are we living in a post truth and justice world?
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