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Anon on the run: How Commander X jumped bail and fled to Canada One fugitive’s epic tale. by Nate Anderson – Dec 11 2012, 8:25am PST   “You scared?” asks the fugitive in the camouflage pants as he sidles up to our pre-arranged meeting point in a small Canadian park. He wears sunglasses to hide his eyes and a broad-brimmed […]

Hearing scheduled in Andrew Luster’s appeal of rape sentence An attorney for convicted rapist Andrew Luster, an heir to the Max Factor cosmetics empire, said a hearing is scheduled for Dec. 17 to set dates and times when legal motions surrounding Luster’s appellate court issues will be heard. Attorney Jay Leiderman said Monday that Luster […]

Monday, August 19, 2013 Remarks Made at the Jeremy Hammond / Barrett Brown Fundraiser 19 August 2013 New York We live in times where our liberties are ever threatened.  Where the individual is presumed to yield to the state. Things that should not have ever been forgotten have, until recently, seemingly been lost to history. […]

The case of People v. Irvin, 43 Cal. App. 4th 1063 is apposite.  In that case the sentencing judge said even more to distinguish that time interval necessary to reflect and that was rejected as insufficient in Irvin.  The established case law mandates a reversal of the consecutive counts in this case: In this case […]

In American jurisprudence it suffices that the testimony of one witness who is believed is sufficient for a conviction.  The Bible disagrees.  The Bible says the following in Deuteronomy 19:15, as it relates to criminal inquests and prosecutions: “A single witness shall not suffice against a person for any crime or for any wrong in […]

 

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