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who, what, when, where, why, how (tags)
This post deals with:Occupy Movement Police
Kagame sworn in after UN report of Congo genocide (tags)
Rwandan President Paul Kagame was sworn in to serve another seven-year term on September 6, 2010, eleven days after the explosive August 26th leak of a UN report documenting genocide committed by his army in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Obama Sworn In As The 44th U.S. President (tags)
More than 2 million people attend inaugural event in Washington D.C.
Los Angeles, Long Beach And Other Police Officers Found Guilty Of Home Invasion Robberies (tags)
These defendants, who were sworn to serve and protect the people of Los Angeles, went from enforcing the law to breaking the law,” said Grace Chung Becker, Acting Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division.
OC Superior Court Judge dismisses criminal case against Coyotl Tezcatlipoca (tags)
Judge throws out case because Costa Mesa’s city attorney never took an oath as a public prosecutor; civil rights case still pending.
Understanding Jurisdiction (tags)
In all of history there has been but one successful protest against an income tax. It is little understood in that light, primarily because the remnants of protest groups still exist, but no longer wish to appear to be "anti-government." They don’t talk much about these roots. Few even know them. We need to go back in time about 400 years to find this success. It succeeded only because the term "jurisdiction" was still well understood at that time as meaning "oath spoken." "Juris," in the original Latin meaning, is "oath." "Diction" as everyone knows, means "spoken." The protest obviously didn’t happen here. It occurred in England. Given that the origins of our law are traced there, most of the relevant facts in this matter are still applicable in this nation. Here’s what happened.
Concerning Tension Between Activists and Police (Related to PCC Police Brutality) (tags)
A message to acitivists, police, and people in general to help spread the anti-war movement progressively. This message in no way advocates that the offending officers shouldn't be brought up in criminal charges. It's a response to combat the problem.