Friday, May 30, 2008

Do White Officers in Connecticut get just punishment for executing Blacks?

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HPD Officer Robert Lawlor, "The Teflon Badge"

The "Teflon Badge", Hartford Connecticut Police Officer, Robert Lawlor

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In Connecticut law enforcement and other "insiders" can have judges and prosecutors "shopped" for them. There is an agreed outcome before any trial or hearing. The dirty deals are done behind closed doors.

All over America, judges, prosecutors, and defense attorneys owe favors for all they have, their positions, and for future income. They're bought and paid for.

There are more than one White cop who was up for prosecution for executing Blacks. The policy so far, seems to be, that the prosecutor intentionally botches the case, so the officer skates on appeal.

Thursday, May 22, 2008

Is Karl Rove above the law?


Poster Child for the need for Civilian Oversight of Police

The below came from:

AUSTIN, TEXAS - Former APD Officer Scott Lando has been indicted by the Travis County Grand Jury on several different felony charges. He was fired from the force earlier this year after APD officials determined he had repeatedly hired prostitutes, provided women with drugs, and even paid a woman for sex by giving her some of his wife’s clothes.

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The Myth that the government actually "cares" about us

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Thursday, May 15, 2008

Citizens' Forum On Judicial Accountability

In Washington, DC, today, we are having a national whistleblowers meeting on judicial misconduct, Stewart Mott House, Capitol Hill, 122 Maryland Avenue, NE, Washington, DC 20002.

Video Clip from hearing:

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National Whistleblower DC Raw Footage Cam3 Reel 1:

footage shot by Steven G. Erickson

Francis C. P. Knize camera 1 footage, final reel:

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International Whistle Blower Portion

The World Bank, HIV/AIDS, & Fraud?

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"SVE, Troopers in a half dozen states will be eyeballing you the whole way back. Keep an eye on the speed limit, seatbelts, talking on the cell, and broken tail lights."

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[click here] Steven G. Erickson informs Connecticut legislators of corruption in the police and courts. Is there a solution without the Feds shutting down official Connecticut until it is cleaned up?

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added May 20, 2008, at 6:55 PM EST:

Maryland and North Carolina Judicial Misconduct:

Law Enforcement against Judicial Misconduct:

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Mississippi Judicial Misconduct:

Sunday, May 11, 2008

Bork settles $1M suit over fall at Yale Club

NEW YORK (AP) — One-time U.S. Supreme Court nominee Robert H. Bork settled a $1 million lawsuit Friday against the Yale Club after he fell stepping onto a platform to speak.

His lawyer, Randy Mastro, said terms of the deal were confidential and he had no comment.

Bork, 81, sued in Manhattan federal court last year, saying he injured himself so badly at the June 2006 event sponsored by the New Criterion magazine that he needed surgery and was left with a limp. He faulted the club for not having stairs or a handrail leading up to the platform.

Lawyers for the New York City chapter blamed Bork, saying any injuries he sustained were at least partially his fault for not recognizing potential risks, which the club said were “open, obvious and apparent.”

A message left Friday with a lawyer for the club was not immediately returned.

Bork served as a solicitor general and acting attorney general in the 1970s. As solicitor general in 1973, he fired Watergate special prosecutor Archibald Cox on orders of then-President Nixon.

From 1982 to 1988, he was a federal appeals judge in Washington. In 1987, the Senate denied President Reagan’s nomination of Bork for the Supreme Court.

In his lawsuit, Bork’s lawyers said Bork suffered “excruciating pain” after he fell backward as he tried to mount the dais, striking his left leg on the side of the dais and his head on the heat register.

He underwent surgery and physical therapy and was left with a limp and a cane, the lawsuit said.

The Yale club is a social organization available for Yale University alumni, full-time faculty and full-time graduate students only, according to the club’s Web site.

New Haven Register story

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