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In Britain, Spy Chief Calls for More Power for Agency “Britain’s domestic intelligence chief has demanded greater authority for spies to help fight the threat of Islamist extremism, a sign that the attack on a satirical newspaper in Paris is likely to sharpen the security-versus-privacy debate in Western countries.”

F.B.I. and Justice Dept. Said to Seek Charges for Petraeus “The F.B.I. and Justice Department prosecutors suggested bringing felony charges against the retired general for providing classified information to his former mistress while he was director of the C.I.A., officials said.”

European Official Criticizes Russian Law Banning Transgender Drivers “One of Europe’s most senior human rights officials, the Council of Europe’s human rights commissioner, Nils Muiznieks, has criticized as ‘ridiculous’ a new Russian law on road safety that prohibits transgender people from obtaining a driver’s license.”

The Senator Ted Stevens case represented all the things that have come to embody the American Justice System as of late. Unjust arrest. False accusations, false charges. Governmental overreach. Prosecutorial overreach. Civil Right violations. Guilty until proven innocent. The threat of jail or prison. The deck stacked against the defendant – even if the defendant […]

Unwarranted searches anyone? Governmental overreach? A guise for spying? Invasions of privacy! Police state! Oppression! Fight against an unjust system and victories can be had. Our civil rights are worth fighting for. Bib brother has gotten too aggressive. Check it out