Derek Chauvin juror LIED about protest: Cop's hope of appeal boosted after picture emerges of juror at BLM rally wearing 'Get Your Knee Off Our Necks' T-shirt despite telling court he'd never been on a march
The number includes nearly 20,000 inmates who are serving life sentences with the possibility of parole
Candlelight vigils are held for the most brutal murderers--attended by people opposed to the death penalty. But have they ever held a vigil for the murdered innocent? Dennis examines the moral arguments both in favor of and against the death penalty
Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón (D) is planning to "severely downsize or outright dissolve" the office's Hardcore Gang and Major Narcotics units as early as next month, according to Fox11 LA, citing multiple sources within the DA'
In a case that's drawing a lot of attention based on the insane level of leniency shown, two 14-year-olds who bullied, murdered, danced on the body of, and filmed a helpless 13-year-old, have been let off with the mother-of-all-slaps-on-the-wrist b
The Supreme Court on Thursday expanded the Constitution's protection against an "unreasonable seizure," ruling that a person who is shot by a police officer may sue, even if he or she was able to drive away without actually being detained or held.
With no requirements to record interviews, and the potential to prosecute based on false statements, the FBI has a terrifying amount of power over citizens.
Arizona Democrat Lawmaker Opposes Mandatory Life Sentences for Child Molesters Because It "Hurts People of Color"
The Office of the New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer published a new report outlining how the New York City Department of Corrections spent a whopping $447,337 per inmate in fiscal 2020, up more than 33% a year ago and more than doubled since 2
You are hauled in by the police and accused of rape. Being innocent, you demand to know details of the accusation: when, where did the crime occur, and on what's the evidence?
Black and brown privilege at work.
The US has the highest incarceration rate but do you know why? Discover what mass incarceration, the prison industrial complex, and anti-gunners have in common.
Connecticut state Senator Will Haskell has a plan; a Proposed Bill would institute a $20 fine for not voting.
The initial charges against those few who entered the Capitol during the Trump rally were "entering a restricted building without permission and engaging in disorderly conduct while inside."
Lyn Ulbricht, mother of Ross Ulbricht, joins us today to discuss the arrest, conviction and unconscionable double life plus 40 year sentence of her son in the Silk Road case.
When it comes to human behavior, things only change for the better when there is a lucid and unobstructed perception of what's going on.
In what can only be described as turning morality on its head, a Seattle council member has introduced legislation that could allow courts to dismiss misdemeanor crimes, such as theft and assault...
Persecution is not typically doled out to those who recite mainstream pieties, or refrain from posing meaningful threats to those who wield institutional power, or obediently stay within the lines of permissible speech and activism imposed by the rul
'They want to hang her for this': Grandmother of Georgia teen, 18, jailed for four months by Cayman Islands for violating quarantine to see boyfriend's jet ski competition says they are making an example of her
Are you ready for this week's absurdity?
"Silver Spoons" actor Ricky Schroder on Tuesday defended his role in getting Kenosha, Wisconsin, killer Kyle Rittenhouse freed on a $2 million bond, saying he was "infuriated" when he saw the teenager being vilified in the press.
Bitcoin.com Executive Chairman and Roger Ver joins other cryptocurrency and blockchain CEOs in campaign against victimless crimes and highlights how policing is impoverishing average people in the United States
Howard Lichtman is the founder of the THICKREDLINE Project; an effort to restore respect for law enforcement by abolishing victimless crime.
My heart sank when I read the news that the largest police force in the country was about to use highly questionable DNA mugshots.
On October 13, 2020, the Gateway Pundit broke the story that the person who fired the first shot the night Kyle Rittenhouse was forced to defend his life, Joshua Ziminski, was arrested and charged.
Tim, Ian, Lydia, and regular Jack Murphy (@JackMurphyLive on YouTube, Twitter) discuss the happenings in Kenosha and the charges that were attempted and dropped against the shooter.