Parents call the cops to deal with their kid. The cop gets in the teen's face. The teen does not submit and is pepper sprayed for his noncompliance. Granted the kid is a brat and in today's world, this is obviously a police matter.Read more »
A Montana judge walked out of a court hearing after being heckled by a rowdy crowd, leaving the conservative former state legislator who instigated it all to declare he was in charge of the courtroom and proclaim the case against him dismissed.Read more »
One of the jailed members of the punk band Pussy Riot has been moved into a solitary cell following tensions with other inmates, Russian prison officials said Friday.
Stanislav Volegov, a spokesman for the Federal Penitentiary Service in the Perm region in the Ural Mountains where Maria Alekhina is serving her sentence, said on Rain TV that she was moved into a "safe" cell on Wednesday at her own request.
Texas NDAA Nullification Bill Includes Charges for Fed Agents.Read more »
According to “Opt Out and Film week” organizers, the protest starts November 26 to send a message to the TSA about the violation of the right to privacy. The TSA signaled today that they are aware of the protest, and may be prohibited from filming in their location.Read more »
How to deal with UK TV licensing officials. (You have to have a license for TV in the UK)
When the goons show up at your door this is what to do!
Video record encounters...
"Because jury nullification potentially interferes with the enforcement of the law as written, courts may feel threatened by it." New Hampshire’s model jury instruction 3.17 lays out the power of jury nullification. In its model instructions to jurors, it reads, “Even if you find that the State has proven each and every element of the offense charged beyond a reasonable doubt, you may still find the defendant not guilty if you have a conscientious feeling that a not guilty verdict would be a fair result in this case.”Read more »
1) Fly within the United States, opt out of the body scanner and have someone film your pat-down.
2) Go to your nearest U.S. airport and hand out flyers to travelers to spread the word about the event.
3) Film TSA personnel at non-airport locations, like subways, train stations and bus stops, and peacefully re-assert your rights when faced with random bag searches and other unreasonable security procedures.
Overview of recent actions by states to nullify Federal laws.Read more »
The nosy federal government ran out of luck when it selected me for demographic jury duty. Having been told I'm legally required to fill out the American Community Survey and mail it back, I'm naturally determined to defy authority. The only question is how. (If you have a Facebook account, please go to the URL to read more.)Read more »
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