Local, state and federal agents were back on the streets throughout the day as part of the ongoing effort known as "Operation Hot Spots." Three people were charged in an ongoing police sweep Thursday, including a man officials say was walking on Pine Street with a loaded handgun. Police also charged a suspected prostitute accused of turning a trick downtown and a man caught sipping liquor beneath a sign that warned: "No drinking."Read more »
For years many people have noticed the hypocrisy of federal drug policy. Now, the government hypocrisy surrounding another victimless crime is coming to light.Read more »
As you watch the supposed crimes committed, it becomes clear that no one was going to be hurt, all of the interactions were progressing voluntarily, and that the only aggressors were the men in green suits detonating grenades and screaming commands with guns drawn.Read more »
The producer of Stupid in America, John Stossel, broadcasts another outstanding documentary "Illegal Everything" which shows how nearly everything is (or may soon be) illegal - including lemonade stands, raw milk, drugs, fast food, prostitution, recording police, and more.Read more »
MANCHESTER - A city woman is accused of pimping a 16-year-old girl she met in Victory Park during the Occupy NH demonstrations.Read more »
This guy records people having sex without their consent, sells the footage, and is proud of himself! He says it gives him a "rush" & he has been doing it for 15 years. Yet he hates prostitutes & addicts... ironyRead more »
"Punish enemies and reward friends" would be a fitting motto for Christopher Butler, a Concord, CA police officer who commanded the department's anti-drug task force and for Norman Wielsch, a California state narcotics agent. These two members of California's "finest" are accused of opening a brothel and keeping it well-supplied with drugs from the evidence locker, even as they routinely shut down brothels on behalf of the police.Read more »
A woman was stabbed to death in front of her teenage son as two police officers in the same village ignored calls to attend the incident.Read more »
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is taking on a venerable institution in his state: legalized prostitution. Calling for "an adult conversation" on the issue, Reid told lawmakers today that he believed the practice, legal only in rural counties, deters businesses from moving to the state, reports the Las Vegas Sun. “Nevada needs to be known as the first place for innovation and investment—not as the last place where prostitution is still legal,” he said in a speech to the legislature. One brothel owner said, "Harry Reid will have to pry the cat house keys from my cold dead hands."Read more »
A group of porn production companies and adult industry lawyers met in Tucson last week, convened by locally-based studio Pink Visual, to work on stopping online pirates they claim are threatening the industry.Read more »
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