Liberty Activist operating out of Orlando, Florida openly defy Chief Judge Belvin Perry Jr. and Nullify his Administrative Order #2011-03, an order that infringes upon the Freedom of Speech and the Freedom of Association. On this day alone over 300 Fully Inform Jury leaflets were handed out. So there was no mistake about what our intentions were, we began our day at the very front of the court house line where Orange County Sheriff's Deputies were quick to attempt to run interference...Read more »
Congress is considering monumental new legislation that would grant the president–and all presidents after him–sweeping new power to make war almost anywhere and everywhere. The proposed legislation would allow a president to use military force wherever terrorism suspects are present in the world, regardless of whether there has been any harm to U.S. citizens, or any attack on the United States, or any imminent threat of an attack. The legislation is broad enough to permit a president to use military force within the United States and against American citizens.Read more »
The Michigan chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union is questioning the Michigan State Police's use of cellphone "extraction" devices.Read more »
Orlando FIJA activists and ACLU challange Judicial Order Banning the Distribution of Jury information at the Orange County Court House.Read more »
Orlando FIJA Activists fight Judge Perry's order with help from National recognized free speach law firm and ACLURead more »
Two mothers filed a free-speech lawsuit Monday against a Pennsylvania school district that suspended their daughters for wearing the popular "I (heart) boobies!" bracelets. The American Civil Liberties Union believes the lawsuit is the first in the country over a school's ban on the $4 bracelets, which are designed to raise breast-cancer awareness among young people. The rubber jewelry has become wildly popular among students, prompting bans across the country.Read more »
This is a short video of a man who was stopped at one of the internal check-points after he had crossed the border and had the realization of how bad of a police state we really live in.Read more »
If government agents question you, it is important to understand your rights. You should be careful about what you say when approached by law enforcement officials. If you give answers, they can be used against you in a criminal, immigration, or civil case.Read more »
The government maintains it needs the carte blanche authority to search electronics at the border to keep the United States safe.Read more »
Simon Glik, a lawyer, was walking down Tremont Street in Boston when he saw three police officers struggling to extract a plastic bag from a teenager’s mouth. Thinking their force seemed excessive for a drug arrest, Glik pulled out his cellphone and began recording. Within minutes, Glik said, he was in handcuffs.Read more »
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