The weather was as changeable as the gun haters' rhetoric. It started cloudy, then the sun came out, then it rained. First, they said they want to ban so-called assault weapons, then they said they don't want to take our guns. Not once did they express a concern for liberty, the most precious value. So it went in Morrisville, PA on May 11, 2013 at the Pre-Mother’s Day March against Gun Violence.Read more »
Trenton Mayor Tony Mack, his brother Ralphiel and convicted sex offender Joseph Giorgianni, a Mack supporter who owns a Trenton sandwich shop, were each accused of a single charge: conspiring to extort the undercover informants who pulled them into the scheme.Read more »
Avid texters beware: Fort Lee, N.J. police said they will begin issuing $85 jaywalking tickets to pedestrians who are caught texting while walking.Read more »
A New Jersey lawmaker wants minor criminals, including shoplifters, to turn over DNA samples, which he says will help clear up unsolved crimes, according to a report.
The bill, which was introduced in Trenton by state Sen. Nick Sacco (D-Hudson County), would require adults and juveniles convicted of disorderly persons offenses to submit a sample under the state’s DNA Database law, according to the Jersey Journal.
Video shows a Newark cop beating up on a CBS news cameraman claiming that he "can do whatever the hell I want"Read more »
In 2009 Passaic NJ Officer Joseph Rios was filmed beating a man for no apparent reason. The man is shown not physically threatening the officer or defending himself against the officer's attack. Now a Superior Judge has acquitted Rios of police brutality. Rios will now get his job back with back pay. The victim has been awarded $350,000 from the city from the beating. The taxpayers lose and the cop wins.Read more »
Parents and autism advocacy groups are expected to gather in Trenton today to rally behind a bill that would give adults a choice of what vaccines their children would receive.Read more »
Former Passaic County Sheriff, Jerry Speziale, is being investigated for giving sheriff badges out in exchange for campaign donations and for using the county motor pool to have automobile repairs performed for campaign donors.
On August 10th Jerry Speziale resigned his position as sheriff to take a $198,510 job with the Port Authority Police as Deputy Superintendent. He was appointed to this position by Governor Christie.Read more »
NJ requires 30 hours of community service for all healthcare practitioners to practice in the state.Read more »
A Garwood Borough NJ Police officer is caught on tape vandalizing at a laundromat, then the next day is caught (again on tape) breaking into the municipal building and going through the drawers of the Chief Financial Officer. He is issued two summons. Prosecution is moved to the Westfield Municipal court. The Westfield prosecutor refuses to prosecute based on "the interest of justice." Today we find out Garwood and the police officer have signed an agreement to give the guy a good reference if he agrees to resign.Read more »
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