Monthly Archives: July 2012

Scalia: ‘What Can Obama Do to Me?’ – Reuters

“What can he do to me? Or to any of us?” Scalia said. “We have life tenure and we have it precisely so that we will not be influenced by politics, by threats from anybody.” http://readersupportednews.org/news-section2/318-66/12690-focus-scalia-what-can-obama-do-to-me The short list of … Continue reading

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Former FDA Reviewer Speaks Out About Intimidation, Retaliation and Marginalizing of Safety

“Devicegate” dates back at least to January 2009 when scientists in the FDAs Center for Devices and Radiological Health wrote President Obama that top FDA managers “committed the most outrageous misconduct by ordering, coercing and intimidating FDA physicians and scientists … Continue reading

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“Voluntary” Work Program Run in Private Detention Centers Pays Detained Immigrants $1 a Day

“For doing a range of manual labor in the facility, the immigrants, many of whom are not legally permitted to work in the United States, are paid between $1-$3 a day.” via "Voluntary" Work Program Run in Private Detention Centers … Continue reading

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Fraud, forgery, perjury added to sudden death – no investigation

Originally posted on JUSTICE FOR RAYMOND:
It has been a long time since I first posted this story of my son Ray Zachry that we are trying persuade Montgomery County, PA to re-open the case due to new information, and…

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Lamar and Ashton unelectable, per Zeigler press conference at 1 p.m. today, Orange County Courthouse

According to William “Tommy” Zeigler’s Citizen Advocate Ray McEachern, this afternoon “LynnMarie Carty will discuss the results of her investigation that has proved the prosecution knowingly presented false testimony about the existence of a material witness to the murders in … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Seattle Free Press:
If you’re looking for one of the reasons why the United States imprisons more people — by miles — than any other nation, you can look to the development of private prisons as a…

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Needling Needelman, redux

Wobblier than usual – rife with run-on sentences (and likely many other faults I’ll find later) – but a counterattack nonetheless, complete with gauntlet throw-down … “Don’t outsource your response yet again, Mr. Needelman. Author your own. Your subordinates aren’t … Continue reading

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The case for ex-felon voting rights restoration | Gainesville.com

“March 2011, during their first meeting as the Clemency Board and at the urging of Attorney General Pam Bondi, Gov. Rick Scott and Florida’s three Cabinet members voted unanimously to implement arguably the most restrictive criteria in the nation for … Continue reading

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A Holocaust of FBI Law Enforcement Practices Comes to Light | Prism Magazine

“The right angle to this is huge. The FBI is agreeing to look at 10,000 cases when in fact the FBI taught local, state and federal crime lab personnel this analytical technique for decades. That means in this nation alone … Continue reading

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When Dillon sings the Star Bangled Banner for the Tampa Bay Rays tonight, he’ll be singing the blues …

Wrongly convicted man sings for the Rays – Tampa Bay Times “Dillon calls the Rays his team and would love to wear his Rays cap, though of course you don’t when you are singing the most patriotic of songs. He … Continue reading

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