Blog/Rule of Law

USA Wants Britain to Hand over Assange on Pretended Computer Hacking & Will Keep Manning in Prison until She Agrees to Testify Against him

  In order for the USA to petition a UK court for extradition, the alleged crime MUST be also a crime in the UK. Typically, the charged person will raise that [...]

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Ken Starr Former Special Prosecutor Admits Withholding Facts on Vince Foster from Congress

Kenn Star admitted FBI agents investigating the death of Deputy White House Counsel Vince Foster learned that Hillary’s humiliation of Foster in front of [...]

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Julian Assange Has Been Arrested by British Police

  Julian Assange has been arrested by British police. The USA will no doubt want to put him on trial for ensuring Hillary lost the White House. The British [...]

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Federal Judge Orders the Torture of Chelsea Manning – U.S. Violates Human Rights

  One of the most ruthless and unconstitutional powers federal judges have is to throw people into contempt until they break. The press NEVER reports the truth [...]

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Mueller’s Report Confirms there was No Russian Hack to Begin With

Mueller’s Report is what was expected. The entire proposed Russian hack was really simply gained by a fake email saying reset your password known as [...]

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The Corruption in the Department of Justice/Deep State

There is no doubt that Mueller used his special prosecutor role to engage in selective prosecution to further the role of the Deep State. Paul Manafort was [...]

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Supreme Court Did Not Rule on Civil Asset Forfeiture

  The US Supreme Court ruled UNANIMOUSLY (9-0) that the Constitution’s ban on Excessive Fines within the Eighth Amendment, is being reported incorrectly that [...]

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Why a Judge Ruled the Police Have NO DUTY to Protect Citizens

I have received a number of questions asking how the judge in the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, ruled that the [...]

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Seeking the Death Penalty

I have been asked whether I support the death penalty or if I am a liberal on that issue. The government acts as if it is NEVER wrong. It is EXCEPTIONALLY RARE for [...]

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Supreme Court will Take Up the Census Argument for 2020

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear the Trump administration’s plan to determine who is and who is not a U.S. citizen during the 2020 Census. The justices [...]

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