Thursday March 23, 2017

Archive for the ‘Law’ Category

Wife poisons husband’s Lucky Charms to avoid sex with him

They’re magically delicious — and poisonous. A Nevada woman is on the run after lacing her then-husband’s bowl of Lucky Charms with drugs, WFLA reported. Andrea Heming, 49, confessed to investigators in 2015 that she drugged the cereal to prevent him from having sex with her while she was sleeping.  More…

Parliament shooting: Man shot at Westminster Bridge

A knife-wielding attacker was shot by armed police in the grounds of Parliament today after pedestrians were mowed down on Westminster Bridge. More than 10 people are said to have been hit by a car on Westminster Bridge after a vehicle described as a ’4×4′ reportedly drove into pedestrians and cyclists.  More…

Guy wearing Trump hat sues bar for refusing to serve him

Bartenders at a West Village hot spot served up discrimination — with a liberal twist — refusing to serve a customer because he was wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat, according to a lawsuit.  More…

Secret Service lets another guy slip through, man gets a selfie in Trump’s private Mar-a-Lago study

A guest at President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort says he gave Secret Service the slip and snapped a selfie in the President’s private study. “Snuck by secret service to catch this selfie. They might have told us not to go in there,” Joseph Young posted along with a photo of him alone in the poshly appointed room with a painting of a youthful Trump behind him.  More…

If you do the crime, don’t post proof on Facebook

Anyone who uses social media has heard the advice: If you want to keep something secret, don’t post it on Facebook. Which is why Manhattan DA Cy Vance is absolutely right to defend his office’s bid to seize data from 300-plus “private” user accounts in a criminal investigation.  More…

ICE frees Argentine woman facing deportation after protests

An Argentine citizen who grew up in Mississippi and was detained after speaking out about President Donald Trump’s policies was released from custody on Friday by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency. Daniela Vargas, 22, was released from a detention facility in Jena, Louisiana, but her release won’t end her legal challenge to avoid being deported, said Joshua Stehlik, a supervising attorney for the National Immigration Law Center.  More…

Tim Kaine’s son arrested after disrupting pro-Trump protest

It took three cops and a chemical spray to subdue the youngest son of U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine, Hillary Clinton’s 2016 running mate. Linwood Michael Kaine, 24, was arrested during a clash between protesters at a Pro-Trump rally. The chaos unfolded when anti-Trump protesters descended on St. Paul’s capital rotunda Saturday during a “March 4 Trump” rally.  More…

Loretta Lynch Pleads For More Marching, Death On Streets


The Obama administration’s former Attorney General Loretta Lynch has made an impassioned video plea for more marching, blood and death on the streets – a video that was later posted on Senate Democrats websites as “words of inspiration.”  More…

No vetting at Oscars: ‘Gary from Chicago’ is an ex-con who served 22 years for attempted rape

Accidental Oscars star “Gary from Chicago” has a dark past — an ex-con who served more than 22 years in prison for attempted rape. Gary Alan Coe was detoured to the Dolby Theater in the midst of Tinseltown’s biggest night. But Coe was only able to be there because he had been released from the slammer three days earlier, ABC7 reported. With Coe’s fiancée in tow, Denzel Washington declared them “man and wife.”  More…

Meet the terrorist behind the next women’s march

Here’s the left’s next great idea for bringing down President Trump: another women’s march. This time it’s being called the “Day without a Woman,” and callsfor a “new wave of militant feminist struggle.” The Guardian reports it is co-authored by Rasmea Yousef Odeh, a convicted terrorist for her role in killing 2 students in 1970.  More…

US government sues Lance Armstrong for $100 million

A federal judge on Monday refused to block the government’s $100 million lawsuit against Lance Armstrong, putting the former cyclist on course for trial in a 2010 case stemming from his performance-enhancing drug use.  More…

Secret Service spouses circulate petition calling for the dismissal of agent who decried Trump

The spouses of Secret Service agents in the Denver field office are circulating a petition online asking that CIO director Kerry O’Grady be fired after it was discovered that she openly decried protecting President Donald Trump. “We, the undersigned, are family members and concerned citizens who are urging the leaders in the US Secret Service to act now and terminate Kerry O’Grady from the duties she boldly stated she will not perform,” the petition states.  More…

Internet-Regulating FEC Commissioner to Resign

A Democratic Federal Election Commission official who pushed to regulate the internet and has been absent from public meetings for months is resigning. Ann Ravel, who wanted to regulate political speech on the internet announced Sunday that she is stepping down from her post.  More…

Obama activist group provides training manual to protest Trump

An Obama activist group is training tens of thousands of agitators to protest President Trump’s policies plans when Republican lawmakers return home for the congressional recess and hold town hall meetings. Organizing for Action, a group founded by Obama, is distributing the training manual to anti-Trump activists.  More…

Roman Polanski Wants Back in U.S. to Settle Criminal Case

Roman Polanski will make a move next week to return to the U.S. and end his criminal case for good, without serving additional jail time. Polanski’s famed lawyer, Harland Braun, has asked an L.A. County Superior Court judge to unseal a long-secret transcript of the testimony of the prosecutor in the Polanski case.  More…