- May 8, 2009
- Southeastern, MA
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He still volunteered to much info. and my sequence of events were off when typing or not explained well enough, sorry.
Cops are power tripping psychopaths.
I can't remember if it was in this thread or a COVID thread.
Deputy's demand that Wisconsin teen remove COVID-19 Instagram post violated First Amendment, judge rulesA Wisconsin high school student on Friday won a federal lawsuit she brought against a sheriff who threatened her with jail time early in the COVID-19 pandemic if she didn'tmadison.com
AWisconsin high school student on Friday won a federal lawsuit she brought against a sheriff who threatened her with jail time early in the COVID-19 pandemic if she didn’t remove social media posts saying she had the virus.
U.S. District Judge Brett Ludwig ruled that Amiyah Cohoon’s constitutional right to free speech was violated when a Marquette County sheriff’s deputy in March 2020 demanded the Oxford teenager take down her Instagram posts post or face arrest.
“The First Amendment is not a game setting for the government to toggle off and on,” the judge wrote. “It applies in times of tranquility and times of strife.”
The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty filed the lawsuit against Marquette County Sheriff Joseph Konrath and a patrol sergeant. Luke Berg, the attorney who filed the case, said “this decision underscores that First Amendment rights cannot be dispatched with in an emergency. More importantly, law enforcement has no business trying to regulate the social media posts of local teenagers.”
Samuel Hall, attorney for the sheriff and the Marquette County Sheriff’s Department, said at the time the lawsuit was filed that the girl’s messages “caused distress and panic within the school system and law enforcement acted at the request of school health officials in a good faith effort to avoid unfounded panic.”
Gang members break into man's house, then issue him a criminal citation for obstruction for asserting his rights.
Yabbutt... this is probably the only time anyone has talked himself out of being arrested by f-bombing the f out of NJ cops.Just tell them they are not welcomed in the house. Go get f***ed and then
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Accepting the lethal dose of 2mg for fentanyl, 7.5 kg = 3,750,000 lethal doses
FBI arrests 2 Columbus narcotics officers on drug chargesTwo narcotics officers who serve on the police force in Ohio’s capital city have been arrested by the FBI on charges connected to the distribution of fentanyl and attempts to smuggle other drugs, federal prosecutors announced Wednesday.www.wcpo.com
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