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Missouri mans son stolen
This man had his son stolen in Missouri in an attempted unethical adoption. He took it to his states Supreme Court and won unanimously. Then the local Jackson County Family court in Kansas City Missouri directly defied Missouri's Supreme Court and just gave his kid away for adoption again even though Missouri's Supreme Court had already ruled they couldn't. THIS IS COMPLETELY FREAKING OUTRAGEOUS. It really shows the strangle hold that adoption attorneys and adoption lobbies have on justice in the United States today. If lower courts don't have to obey higher courts our entire legal system is of no worth whatsoever and the United States cannot operate as a civilized society. If our courts are non-functional then the only realistic option for justice left is vigilante justice via the second Amendment. It is truly disgusting that in the United States many of today's government authorities hate our Constitution and Bill of Rights, hate our founding fathers, and hate our democracy. This is the same tyranny that our founding fathers spoke about in the Declaration of Independence and just as they said in that declaration-- as citizens we have not only the right--- but the duty to stop it. This situation should serve as a grave reminder to all citizens, that all elections whether national or local are of utmost importance in the United States today. From Washington to our local officials-- it is time to throw the bums out. This is a news story about Noah Levi Bond and his father ...
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28, Aug 2014 - Seattle, WA Russian accused of hacking detained by U.S. until trial begins
A Russian accused of hacking U.S. retailers' computer systems to steal credit card data has been ordered by a Washington State judge to be held pending his trial in October, citing risks that he could flee the country, prosecutors said. The arrest of Roman Seleznev, the 30-year-old son of a deputy in Russia's lower house of parliament, has increased tensions between the two countries, already at ...
28, Aug 2014 - Thurston, WA Judge won’t free Russian accused of hacking Seattle-area businesses
A federal judge in Guam cleared the way Thursday for a Russian man accused of stealing thousands of credit-card numbers in the Puget Sound area and elsewhere to be sent to Washington state to appear in court.
28, Aug 2014 - Seattle, WA Russian accused of hacking detained by U.S.
SEATTLE (Reuters) - A Russian accused of hacking U.S. retailers' computer systems to steal credit card data has been ordered by a Washington State judge to be held pending his trial in October, citing risks that he could flee the country, prosecutors said.
28, Aug 2014 - Judicial Watch Files Taxpayer Lawsuit Against University of California to End In-State Tuition, Gra
WASHINGTON, Aug. 28, 2014 / Standard Newswire / -- Judicial Watch announced today that on August 26, 2014, it filed a lawsuit in the Superior Court for the State of California, Los Angeles County, seeking an end to an estimated annual $19.6 million in non-resident tuition waivers currently being given to illegal alien students by the University of California (UC) Regents ( Earl De Vries v ...
28, Aug 2014 - Virginia man faces felony for failing to register as a sex offender
KINGSPORT - A Big Stone Gap, Va., man, facing numerous burglary and theft charges out of Washington County, now faces a federal indictment for failing to register as a sex offender.Adam Scott Mitchell, 30, faces the one-count indictment, filed in U.S. District Court in Greeneville earlier this month.According to the indictment, Mitchell was found guilty of two counts of indecent liberties with a ...
27, Aug 2014 - Murder trial to start for Wisconsin 20-year-old
A Wisconsin jury trial is starting for a 20-year-old charged with murdering a teenage girl and attacking a woman in Washington County.
27, Aug 2014 - Trial to start for 20-year-old Wisconsin man charged with 2013 murder, attempted murder
WEST BEND, Wis. — A Wisconsin jury trial is starting for a 20-year-old charged with murdering a teenage girl and attacking a woman in Washington County.
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Syed Ali Mohammed Rizvi. -Photo by APP WASHINGTON: A retired judge from Sindh on Tuesday endorsed an earlier claim that the judiciary ignored the Election Commission while making appointing to election tribunals.
27, Aug 2014 - 1 sentenced, 1 pleads in Bakken drug cases
A 37-year-old Big Timber man has been sentenced to nearly six years in federal prison for his role in a drug trafficking case that brought potent methamphetamine from Washington state to the Bakken oil fields.
26, Aug 2014 - Indiana County dad held for trial for sending kids out of house
A former Washington Township man had been drinking when he told his three children to go outside barefoot and look for seashells, the man’s 14-year-old ...
26, Aug 2014 - Grant & Eisenhofer Represents Whistleblowers in Nearly $100 Million Settlement With Community Healt
WASHINGTON, Aug. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In a major settlement for alleged health care fraud, law firm Grant & Eisenhofer P.A., working with the U.S. Justice Department and various states' attorneys general, has reached an agreement with Community Health Systems (CYH) to resolve whistleblower lawsuits filed under federal and state false claims acts. The Franklin, Tenn.-based company, one of the ...
26, Aug 2014 - Supreme Court puts a hold on gay marriage in Virginia
WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court blocked gay and lesbian couples from marrying in Virginia Wednesday as it edges closer to deciding whether same-sex marriage should be legalized nationwide. The order puts on hold a federal appeals court's verdict last month striking down the state's ban on gay marriage. That case was brought by Norfolk residents Timothy Bostic and Tony London, who were denied a ...
25, Aug 2014 - Grant, WA Why more than 3,300 U.S. inmates have sought clemency
A surge of petitions came after the Justice Department broadened the criteria for inmates seeking clemency. WASHINGTON — More than 3,300 federal inmates have applied since April to have their prison sentences cut short under a new Justice Department clemency initiative, according to data provided to The Associated Press. That figure represents nearly five times the number of inmates, 702, who ...
25, Aug 2014 - Jefferson, WA 3 sentenced in 2012 robbery, murder of W&J football player
Police say Timothy McNerney, a Washington & Jefferson College student and football player, was walking from a bar back to campus in October 2012 when he and a friend were attacked.
05, Apr 2014 - Fife, WA WA legislators fail to pass GPS monitoring reforms
Across Washington state there is a patchwork of rules and regulations covering electronic home monitoring and GPS tracking of criminals. Some county courts may have strict rules governing violations while others may not.
05, Apr 2014 - Legal victory for big-money campaign donors to be felt in states, courts
By Lawrence Hurley and Gabriel Debenedetti WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. Supreme Court ruling that struck down the overall cap on federal election contributions is sending ripples across American politics, as states have begun backing away from their own restrictions on donations and lawyers are forecasting a new wave of challenges to campaign finance laws nationwide. The court's 5-4 ruling on ...
04, Apr 2014 - Machiasport residents decry prison closure
MACHIASPORT, Maine (AP) — Washington County residents are speaking out against the proposed closure of the Downeast Correctional Facility in Machiasport.        
04, Apr 2014 - Senate OKs bill to combat military sexual assault
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate overwhelmingly approved a bill late Monday making big changes in the military justice system to deal with sexual assault, including scrapping the nearly century-old practice of using a "good soldier defense" to raise doubts that a crime has been committed.
04, Apr 2014 - Washington's Stringfellow charged in assault case
Suspended Washington wide receiver Damore'ea Stringfellow has been charged with two counts of fourth-degree assault and one count of malicious mischief after two incidents in February, the King County Prosecutor's Office announced Thursday. Stringfellow is scheduled to be arraigned in King County District Court on April 16. All three charges are gross misdemeanors in the state of Washington ...
04, Apr 2014 - Teacher with Phoenix ties gets 25 years for child porn
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A former Washington elementary school teacher who became one of the FBI's most-wanted criminals after taking hidden video of his students using the bathroom and then eluded law enforcement officials by assuming fake identities and escaping to Nicaragua has been sentenced to 25 years in prison. Eric Justin Toth spent five years on the run, living in Arizona and Texas before ...
03, Apr 2014 - King, WA Pearl Jam's former financial manager sentenced to prison for theft
(Corrects headline of February 28 story to reflect Goodrich is a former CFO for Pearl Jam, not the band's former manager) SEATTLE (Reuters) - Pearl Jam's former financial manager, who used his position with the rock band to steal $380,000, was sentenced on Friday to 14 months in prison at a court hearing in Washington state, an official said. Rickey Charles Goodrich, 55, had initially faced 33 ...
03, Apr 2014 - King, WA Milken, Sumner give GWU $80M for public health
WASHINGTON (AP) — George Washington University will name its public health school for Michael Milken, the 1980s king of Wall Street "junk" bonds who spent 22 months in prison.
03, Apr 2014 - King, WA Trial starts today in Kitsap County sex predator case
Trial started this week in Kitsap County Superior Court as the Attorney General’s Office seeks to keep a Kitsap County sex predator confined at Washington’s Special Commitment Center for sexually violent predators.
03, Apr 2014 - `Felony Lane Gang' spreads crime wave across the U.S.
WASHINGTON – Highly organized packs of thieves from Fort Lauderdale are spreading a rash of crimes across Florida and much of the nation, breaking into cars in Orlando, stealing identities in North Carolina, cashing bad checks in Pennsylvania and providing a model for copycat gangs from coast to coast.        
03, Apr 2014 - King, WA George Washington University to receive $80M from Milken, Sumner for public health
WASHINGTON - George Washington University will name its public health school for Michael Milken, the 1980s king of Wall Street "junk" bonds who spent 22 months in prison. On Tuesday, the university announced gifts totalling $80 million to address public health challenges from Milken and Sumner
03, Apr 2014 - Naval Academy sexual assault case enters Day 2
WASHINGTON (AP) — A woman at the center of a sexual assault case involving a former U.S. Naval Academy football player was expected to take the stand for a second day Wednesday at the man's court-martial, a day after she testified he had told her they had sex, though she doesn't remember it after a night of drinking.
03, Apr 2014 - Jeremiah Denton, Vietnam War POW and U.S. senator, dies
By Will Dunham WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Jeremiah Denton, a former U.S. senator who was held as a prisoner of war by North Vietnam for more than seven years and revealed his treatment by blinking the word "torture" in Morse code during a televised interview, died on Friday at age 89. Denton died at a hospice facility in Virginia Beach, Virginia, from a heart ailment, his family said. The retired ...
03, Apr 2014 - King, WA GWU to name health school for Milken after gift
WASHINGTON (AP) — George Washington University will name its public health school for Michael Milken, the 1980s king of Wall Street "junk" bonds who spent 22 months in prison but later devoted himself to philanthropy and advocated for medical research.
02, Apr 2014 - ‘House Of Cards’, ‘Scandal’, ‘Breaking Bad’, ‘The Bridge’, ‘Key & Peele’, ‘Or
Netflix and BBC America each has two scripted series on the list of record 46 programs to receive a Peabody Award this year. Joining Netflix’s Washington drama House of Cards and prison comedy Orange is the New Black is another DC drama, ABC’s soapy Scandal, BBC America’s clone thriller Orphan Black and Broadchurch , which is being remade by Fox as an event series, FX’s The Bridge , which itself ...
02, Apr 2014 - Mesothelioma Compensation Center Provides Detailed List of the Most Vital Compensation Issues On Wh
WASHINGTON, March 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Mesothelioma Compensation Center says, "We are offering all diagnosed victims of mesothelioma and their family members instant access to the nation's most skilled mesothelioma compensation attorneys, because without one of one of these specialists working on their behalf, a mesothelioma compensation settlement could be greatly diminished. When we ...
02, Apr 2014 - Christie Campaign Manager Fights Bridgegate Committee's Subpoena
Gov. Chris Christie's campaign manager, Bill Stepien, is asking a New Jersey judge to quash a documents subpoena from the legislative committee investigating last September's closure of George Washington Bridge access lanes.
02, Apr 2014 - Marion Barry weighs in on Vincent Gray scandal
WASHINGTON — Former District of Columbia Mayor Marion Barry was re-elected despite a prison sentence for smoking crack cocaine. But Barry says he's not sure about Mayor Vincent Gray's political future amid federal allegations that Gray knew about an illegal "shadow campaign." Barry told The Associated Press in a telephone interview Friday that Gray's record in office has been drowned out by ...
02, Apr 2014 - Lower Valley native gets hearing for federal judgeship
Benton-Franklin Superior Court Judge Salvador Mendoza Jr. grew up working on Valley farms and attended high school in Prosser. He could become the first Latino judge to serve on the federal district court for Eastern Washington.
02, Apr 2014 - SUPREME COURT NOTEBOOK: Justices taking nearly 6 months on claim that Ariz. judge was biased
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court has spent nearly six months wrestling with a dispute between an Arizona judge and the man she sentenced to death for killing a librarian.
02, Apr 2014 - Farm, ranch and consumer groups applaud Federal Appeals Court COOL ruling
Washington, D.C. — Four groups representing, farmers and ranchers, rural communities and consumers that joined the Federal Appeals case as amici curiae to defend mandatory Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) applauded today’s Federal Appeals Court ruling that denied a preliminary injunction against enforcing COOL and found that the meatpacking industry was “unlikely to succeed on the merits of its ...
02, Apr 2014 - Christie Aides Ask New Jersey Judge to Block Subpoenas
A New Jersey judge questioned an attorney for state lawmakers about why two ex-aides to Governor Chris Christie must comply with subpoenas seeking documents related to the George Washington Bridge traffic jams.
02, Apr 2014 - Uruguay seeks US release of jailed Cubans
Uruguay's President Jose Mujica said Friday he has asked Washington to release Cuban prisoners held in the United States in return for his country taking Guantanamo detainees. Mujica on Thursday said his government had agreed to receive detainees from the US military prison as a human rights matter. "But we have no qualms in asking the North American government to please do what is possible to ...
01, Apr 2014 - Idaho man receives sentence
WASHINGTON (AP) - An Idaho man who pleaded guilty to firing an assault rifle at the White House in 2011, striking the executive mansion more than half a dozen times, was sentenced Monday to 25 years in prison.
01, Apr 2014 - Man who shot at White House sentenced to 25 years - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
WASHINGTON (AP) - An Idaho man who pleaded guilty to firing an assault rifle at the White House in 2011, striking the executive mansion more than half a dozen times, was sentenced Monday to 25 years in prison.
01, Apr 2014 - Leaker's lawyer wants conviction reversed
WASHINGTON (AP) — Convicted leaker Chelsea Manning is asking a U.S. Army general to reverse her conviction and 35-year prison sentence for sending reams of classified information to WikiLeaks.
01, Apr 2014 - Marion Barry weighs in on Vincent Gray scandal - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Spo
WASHINGTON (AP) - Former District of Columbia Mayor Marion Barry was re-elected despite a prison sentence for smoking crack cocaine. But Barry says he's not sure about Mayor Vincent Gray's political future amid federal allegations that Gray knew about an illegal "shadow campaign."
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