California – Supreme courts irresponsible and dangerous prisoner release precedent

May 31, 2011

California Must Release 37,000 Inmates [FOX: 5-23-2011]

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The below desperate man succumbing to the fallacious arguments that were initially presented by the Communists in Russia and Nazi Germany.  The people were desperate and pushed in to agreeing with whoever came along that had a positive spin.  This man, I believe, is desperate and although well intentioned, doesn’t really understand that legalizing this is only going to put the next drug (“harsh drug”) in to the status the marijuana enjoys today.   The cartels across the border don’t care what they deal in.  They care only about the profit.  Heroine is just as easy and cocaine is ready many forms.  The reality is that the geographies that HAVE legalized it have an increase in crime due to, what amounts to, institutionalized advertising.  The reason that the the government may WANT to make it legal is not to “make money” through taxes, but to make money through promulgation and increase of head count in UN “social” programs.  You see.  The drug and crimes associated with distribution aren’t really milking enough from you the tax payer, so now they have to go another rout. Conversely, the drug dealers aren’t making enough “just” from drugs alone.  They are multi tasking.  People trafficing seems to be where it’s at, along side the drugs.  They go hand in hand.  It’s a 2 for 1 stop.  Get your drug and a girl all at the same place.  No need to go to a few different “distributors.”  It’s a special type of Wal Mart.

CA Releasing 40,000 Prisoners

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This a particularly pointed radio exerpt from Michael Savage on Marijuana:

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A caller to his show – an example of the brain damage associated with long term use.  To all those that say that POT isn’t dangerous, please, listen to this person that called in to the show.  I have talked to people that sound similar with moderate and even “light” usage.  To say that it’s harmless is an illusion.  Those who say that it is, please, try and understand where the core of the assertion is.  If it’s simply that it’s too hard to control, then look at HOW it’s been attempted.

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The drug dealers are crippling those who are their patronage.  Yet, the victims of this brain damage are so addicted that they protect their perpetrators.

Here is another – absolutely true.  But let the “government official” pot heads tell you that the only way is to legalize it.  Why not just give up our sovereignty as a nation, because it’s too hard to keep it.  Think about it.  Isn’t it just because the fed has been  inept at the punishments and deterrents?

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The real reason why LAW enforcement isn’t working on drugs, is because there is no real “punishment.”  It’s more lucrative to continue the idea that the drug trade can’t be fixed, then to create a penal code with punishments and deterrents that MAKE SENSE.    Instead, the politician give politically correct lip service and g-d forbid you stand up and call them liars and inept.


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California ‘High Risk’ Prisoners Wrongly Released Due to Computer Errors

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Published May 26, 2011

SACRAMENTO –  Computer errors resulted in some 450 inmates with “a high risk for violence” being wrongly released from California prisons, the Los Angeles Times reported in its Thursday edition.

On top of the 450, more than 1,000 prisoners, deemed to be at high risk of committing drug and property crimes, were also released into the community.

All the offenders were placed on “non-revocable parole” — a program that does not require them to report to parole officers. The program, which started in January 2010, was intended for inmates considered to be at low risk of reoffending.

Reviewing 200 case files of the 10,134 former inmates on non-revocable parole last July, investigators uncovered that 31 were not eligible for the program, while nine of the 31 were deemed likely to commit a violent crime.

It was estimated, using a 15 percent error rate found in the sample, that more than 450 violent prisoners were let go in the program’s first seven months.

However, the findings were disputed by prison officials who said that some of the computer glitches had since been corrected, making the margin of error eight percent, according to a report by the inspector general.

None of the wrongly-released offenders have since been placed on supervised parole or returned to jail, inspector general spokeswoman Renee Hansen said.

Authorities declined to name the concerned prisoners and would not say what crimes they had committed.

On Monday, a divided Supreme Court ordered California to reduce prison overcrowding, a decision that could force the release of tens of thousands of inmates.

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Alaska – Cops Assault disabled man for carrying a sign – “Impeach Obama”

August 31, 2010

The Nazi gestapo should be sued to the fullest extent of the law.  Those officers should have to undergo retraining.  I can’t believe this went on in Alaska.  ALASKA.  The last bastion of hope.

If this doesn’t make one understand that the government is too big for our own good, then those are the people that are INSIDE the government and have never earned a living by free enterprise.

This guy never raised a hand to anyone and was not a threat.  What right does the government official have to put his hands on him?

This was infuriating to watch!

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“I have free speech!” (UPDATED)

From Kyle Hopkins in Anchorage —

This 10-minute clip of a protester with a Lyndon LaRouche “Impeach Obama Now” sign clashing with state fair security appeared yesterday on YouTube and is gaining buzz this morning.

What we know so far: The man in the video is Sidney Hill, 52, and he has been arrested by Palmer police for assault, disorderly conduct and criminal mischief.

That according to Palmer police commander Thomas Remaley, who says Hill had a handgun that police seized for evidence and “safekeeping.”

“He’s probably legal to have a gun, but you’re not allowed to have a gun at the fairgrounds, so they would have taken it away from him,” Remaley said.

Hill was taken to Mat-Su pretrial in Palmer with bail set at $500. He was arraigned this afternoon but had not posted bail as of 2 p.m. today.

I’m trying to reach the private security firm seen in the video.

What exactly launched this encounter? Are fairgoers with political signs always asked to leave?

“It is private property, open to the public. They get to determine their rules,” Remaley said.

UPDATE: Fair marketing director Dean Phipps says the fair has an unwritten policy against people campaigning in common areas of the fairgrounds.

If people want to deliver a political message — on abortion or Pebble Mine, for example — they’re expected to rent a booth and follow vendor guidelines, he said.

As for the security guards? Did they go too far?

Phipps defended the use of force seen in the clip.

“The initial attempt was to educate him and let him know what the rules were, and he became belligerent. They felt that they were assaulted … and then responded to that.”

Troopers spokeswoman Megan Peters said the trooper who appears partway through the clip was off duty.

More soon.

If you saw what happened yesterday, give me a call at 257-4334 or e-mail

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FAIR: YouTube shows security arresting man with political banner.


Published: August 28th, 2010 10:34 AM
Last Modified: August 28th, 2010 10:34 AM

Ten minutes of mayhem Thursday at the Alaska State Fair — caught on video and posted on YouTube — jump-started an Internet debate on free speech this week and landed a familiar roadside activist in jail.

Palmer police arrested Sidney Hill, 52, for assault, disorderly conduct and criminal mischief, police commander Thomas Remaley said.

Fair marketing director Dean Phipps said Hill is known for waving signs near the Carrs grocery store in Palmer and apparently carried a large banner into the nearby fair Thursday. It read “LaRouche says Impeach Obama Now.”

The fair has an unwritten policy against people campaigning in common areas, Phipps said. The YouTube clip shows Hill clashing loudly with security guards before being forced to the ground and eventually arrested.

Phipps said Hill became aggressive and belligerent, trying to incite the crowd when security guards approached him. Some fairgoers said Hill didn’t appear to be causing problems.

“He was just walking around with a sign,” said Wendy Lewis of Anchorage.

The photographer, identified on YouTube as Brian Stanfill, described what he saw in an e-mail: “(Hill) was peacefully displaying his message without yelling or heckling other fair patrons until the fair security personnel approached him and grabbed his sign and then him.”

Phipps defended the use of force by security guards seen in the clip.

“The initial attempt was to educate him and let him know what the rules were, and he became belligerent. They felt that they were assaulted … and then responded to that.”

The fair is on private property, owned by the non-profit Alaska State Fair Inc. If people want to deliver a political message — on abortion or Pebble Mine, for example — they’re expected to rent a booth and follow vendor guidelines, Phipps said.

Security told fair officials that Hill had been swinging the sign around, so that people, including kids, had to dodge it, Phipps said.

Remaley, the police commander, said Hill also possessed a handgun, which is not allowed on the fairgrounds.

The video begins with Hill yelling “This is public access!” and that he has free speech and ends with him walking away in handcuffs with police.

In between, Hill can be seen tangling with security, telling another man he’s “a worthless hippie” and calling on the crowd for help. Security hold Hill to the ground as he yells. An off-duty state trooper steps in to keep the crowd back.

Hill’s banner referenced Lyndon LaRouche, a political activist who has run for U.S. president.
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NY- Ground ZERO – Bloomberg and the ISLAM Connection

August 25, 2010

Bloomberg has been much to vocal about his support for the Mosque.  His elegance is with the people behind the support of the Mosque.  Being that he is a government official, doesn’t that smell of Sedition at the least and possibly treason if it’s found that he’s provided material support to those who have had ties to the terrorists that organized the attack?

Savage said at the end of the interview that he would rather have seen a rebuilt financial center where the towers stood to commemorate those that were killed.

I believe that that’s exactly what the Muslim’s are looking to build.  A financial center.  An ISLAMIC Financial center.  The Financial Caliphate.  THAT, I believe, is the reason why they want that HALLOWED ground.

BLOOMBERG-ISLAM CONNECTION? The BNI story which I called in to Michael Savage tonight and he read on air

I called the Michael Savage show because this is the second time Savage has been trying to figure out the connection between Bloomberg and the Ground Zero Victory mosque and couldn’t. UNTIL NOW!

This story will also be posted on his website: MICHAEL SAVAGE


Spurred by a recent boom in sales in the region, Bloomberg is expanding its Dubai office into a regional hub, a move that will as much as quadruple its local staff over the next year.

Max Linnington, the company’s newly appointed regional head of Middle East and South Asia, announced the expansion today in advance of a panel discussion with economists and dignitaries in front of the Dubai International Financial Centre’s iconic The Gate building, where Bloomberg has had offices for two years.

“We are going to be bringing all the elements of what you would find in one of Bloomberg’s largest offices here in Dubai,” he said. The company has had a presence in Dubai for a decade. d.

The decision to expand was prompted by strong regional sales of its terminals. “The region for us has seen explosive growth,” he said. “For example, last year in the UAE, we grew our core business by 61 per cent. And already this year, we exceeded what we achieved in all of last year in the UAE. So we are selling a lot of Bloomberg terminals, basically.”

The company has also been developing an Islamic finance portal, which Mr Linnington said would be helped by having more people on the ground building relationships.

“Particularly since the meltdown of the western capitalist system, there has been an increasingly large focus on the virtues of Islamic finance,” he said. “Today, there is no one single provider of information that caters to the Islamic finance market. So by Bloomberg being here, we are in the process of building out an Islamic finance product. We are very confident that we can build a product that meets the needs of the market right now.”

The company services about 300,000 terminals worldwide, bringing in about US$5 billion (Dh18.37bn) in annual revenues, he said. It has news bureaus throughout the GCC, including in Bahrain and Kuwait, and is in the process of opening offices in Saudi Arabia and Qatar. A news bureau was also planned for Abu Dhabi, he said.

The new regional hub will cover the GCC, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Nepal.

But while Bloomberg is boosting numbers in the Gulf, hundreds of media jobs are being made redundant in the US as the global financial crisis continues to take its toll on the media industry in the West. The National H/T Rod

My comments to BNI:

Good job.
I’ll post this on my site too.
BTW- I got in the car and was driving home when I heard you on. But I only caught about the last 5 minutes. You sounded great thought! I would have added one tiny thing. The fact that Bloomberg is tied to the Clinton’s. The Clinton’s have a lot of money from Saudi Arabia. Both of Bloomberg’s campaigns were funded by the Clinton’s. You might have said that, but I didn’t tune in to the program in time.

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