fix articles 43615, civil asset forfeiture
Canada Resurrects Vampire—bill C-30 That Will Suck Internet Freedom Dry (tags)
Can Canadians Hold Out Against Their Government's Forceful Efforts to Wiretap Their Lives? The Obama Government also wants the power (without a warrant) to introduce as evidence in U.S. Civil; Criminal and Administrative prosecutions any phone call record, email or Internet activity.
Canada, Britain & U.S. Government want to Spy On Its Citizens’/ Electronic Communications? (tags)
Overlooked by mainstream media is that Britain and Canada signed with the U.S Government an array of (Asset Forfeiture Sharing Agreements) to share with Canadian and British Police/Governments assets seized from Brits, Canadians and Americans that resulted from e.g. evidence or information gleaned from electronic surveillance of Citizens’ communications, e.g., emails, faxes, Internet activity, Internet actively, phone records including GPS tracking.
GOP Wants To Use Illegally Seized Evidence To Prosecute Americans (tags)
No doubt government is sitting on a ton of illegally obtained evidence.
Is Palin Marginalized—supporting McCain’s Campaign? See McCain’s Indefinite Detention Bill (tags)
Sen. McCain’s bill will drive lawful political activists underground, perhaps creating the domestic terrorists McCain said we needed to be protected from.
Should U.S. Government Use Illegal Wiretaps Against Americans Not Involved In Terrorism? (tags)
Neither Congress nor the courts—determined what NSA electronic surveillance could be used by police or introduced into court by the government to prosecute Citizens.
Carnivorous Colorado “Asset Forfeiture Bill” Postponed Indefinitely (tags)
HB09-1238 would have opened the door for police to target business and homeowners for Civil Asset Forfeiture in “poor communities” where crime rates are higher.
Where Did Government Put Your NSA-Wiretapped Phone, Fax and Private Email Communications? (tags)
Police too easily can take an innocent person’s hastily written email, fax or phone call out of context to allege a crime or violation was committed to cause an arrest or asset forfeiture.
How Dependent Are Police On “Asset Forfeiture” To Pay Police Salaries? (tags)
Any fresh denial to the government when questioned about committing a crime “even when you did not do it” can “involuntarily waive” your right to assert in your defense—the “Criminal Statute of Limitations” has passed for prosecution.
Should TELECOMS pay “Your Legal Defense Costs” to fight NSA Illegal-Wiretap Evidence? (tags)
Perhaps the only thing that has stopped government from broadly using “illegal telecom assisted wiretap evidence” against ordinary Citizens is that Telecoms don’t have immunity from being sued by charged criminal and civil asset forfeiture defendants.
How U.S. Government Can use NSA Spy-Wiretaps against Citizens in Court (tags)
STOP! CONGRESS GIVING “RETROACTIVE IMMUNITY” to TELECOM INDUSTRY. See Attorney General Ashcroft's intentions to use illegal-wiretaps against ordinary Citizens, going back decades: not only against potential terrorists.
Can U.S. Government use NSA Spy-Wiretaps against U.S. Citizens in Court? (tags)
Determining what NSA electronic surveillance can be used by police or introduced into court by Government, may be the next battle Americans have to fight.