Justice Articles from 2015

Police Civil Asset Forfeitures Exceed All Burglaries in 2014

Police Civil Asset Forfeitures Exceed All Burglaries in 2014
by Martin Armstrong
Posted November 18, 2015

police steal more than the criminalsBetween 1989 and 2010, U.S. attorneys seized an estimated $12.6 billion in asset forfeiture cases. The growth rate during that time averaged +19.4% annually. In 2010 alone, the value of assets seized grew by +52.8% from 2009 and was six times greater than the total for 1989. Then by 2014, that number had ballooned to roughly $4.5 billion for the year, making this 35% of the entire number of assets collected from 1989 to 2010 in a single year. According to the FBI, the total amount of goods stolen by criminals in 2014 burglary offenses suffered an estimated $3.9 billion in property losses. This means that the police are now taking more assets than the criminals.

The police have been violating the laws to confiscate assets all over the country. A scathing report on California warns of pervasive abuse by police to rob the people without proving that any crime occurred. Even Eric Holder came out in January suggesting reform because of the widespread abuse of the civil asset forfeiture laws by police. More…

Supreme Court gives police using deadly force in pursuits more immunity

Supreme Court gives police using deadly force in pursuits more immunity
By David G. Savage
Posted November 14, 2015

US Supreme CourtThe Supreme Court made it harder Monday to sue police for using deadly force against fleeing suspects, ruling that officers are immune from lawsuits unless it is “beyond debate” that a shooting was unjustified and clearly unreasonable. By an 8-1 vote, the justices tossed out an excessive force suit against a Texas police officer who ignored his supervisor’s warning and took a high-powered rifle to a highway overpass to shoot at an approaching car. The officer said he hoped to stop the car but instead shot and killed the driver.

In dissent, Justice Sonia Sotomayor faulted the majority for “sanctioning a ‘shoot first, think later’ approach to policing.” The court’s decision comes at a time of growing concern over police shootings, including the killing last week of a 6-year-old Louisiana boy who was in the back seat of his father’s car. More…

When will America Jail their Banksters?

When will America Jail their Banksters?
by James Hall
Posted November 10, 2015

protecting the those who are stealing their pensionsThe most dramatic contrast in the rule of law against the architects of financial theft can be seen in the way America protects their banksters and the accountability that Iceland imposed on their financial crooks. The fact that the orthodox financial press refuses to cover the incarceration of Iceland’s Bankers Face 74 Years in Prison While US Banks Profit After Your Bailout, is clear proof who really controls the political and economic institutions in the United States. As for the courts, America has long ago shredded the rule of law in this country.

Pray tell, when will the public wake up from their systematic induced lobotomy from a culture designed to purge even a fundamental understanding of money, finance and economics? A society based upon psychosurgery has produced the densest population on the planet. Stuck on Stupid does not say enough about the fools that keep obeying the dictates of the financial elites. More…

‘Untouchables’: Obama Cronies “Protected Wall Street’s Most Criminal From Prosecution”

‘Untouchables’: Obama Cronies “Protected Wall Street’s Most Criminal From Prosecution”
by Mac Slavo
Posted November 2, 2015

Banks always collectThe slow motion financial holocaust has been underway for some time now. Goldman Sach recently commented that we are in the third wave of the great crisis. What happened in 2008 remains directly relevant to the personal financial risk that most Americans face at the brink of the next phase of the collapse.

It’s almost like they’re looking for a sacrificial lamb… the banks have gotten away with murder too many times to count. Those who might be tried under a truly fair system instead stand firm with their understanding of impunity, an arrangement befitting their position and stature in society, that they will never be seriously investigated, much less prosecuted, for their role in the manipulation that caused the biggest problems. More…

7 Simple Steps on How to Fight Speeding Tickets and Win — From an Ex-Cop

7 Simple Steps on How to Fight Speeding Tickets and Win — From an Ex-Cop
By Free Thought Project
Posted October 27, 2015

fighting speeding ticketIt is estimated that in 2014 there were over 41,000,000 speeding tickets issued in the USA and that over 25% of these were issued in error. The most common errors include shadowing, RFI inference, cosine angle error, mechanical interference and devices that are out of calibration.

Before, during and right after the stop are the most critical times to prepare your defense if you plan on fighting your speeding ticket. Because of this, it’s CRITICAL that you remember EVERYTHING that is happening around you and document it. So if you’re planning on fighting your ticket in court, we put together this guide to help disqualify the officer’s testimony and his/her equipment, so you have a better chance of winning your case. More…

Icelandic Bankers Are Not Too Big To Jail: Face 74 Years In Prison As US Bankers Bask In Bailouts

Icelandic Bankers Are Not Too Big To Jail: Face 74 Years In Prison As US Bankers Bask In Bailouts
by Claire Bernish
Posted October 26, 2015

Iceland jailed its criminal bankersIn the aftermath of the bubble, GDP collapsed -7.6%, unemployment exploded above 8%, and inflation surged to above 12%. Banking liabilities, mainly denominated in foreign currencies, ballooned to 20x the budget of the State.

Iceland did not re-leverage their financial system, bail out their banks, print money, or use public assets to support the stock market. Iceland refused to promote private risk with public money. They did the exact opposite and let the private banks crash and prosecuted officials for negligence.

Today the Icelandic economy is rapidly expanding with low unemployment, high growth, and declining debt even when Europe is printing money to avoid falling back into deflation. It is hard to believe that just 7 years ago Iceland faced arguably the direst conditions in the region. The banking system held assets at 10x the size of GDP after a decade of de-regulation in the lead up to the crash. More…

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